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

A Queenslander's Re miniscence. TOLD BY THE FIEESIDE. There were five of us seated around the' fire a couple of evenings ago in Mr David Bretnall'a comfortably furnished dining-room. It was rain ing heavily outside, so we all uppre ciated the fire's cheerful warmth. Four of us had related what eacli considered the experience of his life, and it now came to our host's turn. After removing his cigar from his mouth Mr Bretnall begin as follows : ' Yes, boys, I have met with nn ex perience which, I think, may be com pared to that of Allan Qaarterraain when passing the rose of fire in the subterranean cavern. I am a native of Queensland, and it is in this Colony that this exi eriencn befel me. Fora couple of years I suffered from extreme lassitude. Nothing'seemed to brighten me up. I nlways felt listless and languid and unfit for my business, which requires a good deal of push and energy. My kidneys gave me great tronble as they were very slow to act. There was a continual dull, aching p...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

^^'^^ Era™™''' |T 4£**rvji$ ^*m^P - NUTRITIOUS. Distinguished everywhere for fine natural flavour, purity of ???..?. material, and careful preparation. NOTICE. WISHES to inform bis patrons and the residents of Cobar and District that he has purchased the 'V«Tla.©©lT«rrlSla.tHia.e and - - - « J3J.ebc1z.axn±-tlx±x±& BuBiuess 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. - ' c '''! OLD ESTABLISHMENT INIQUEEN ST., IS NOW CLOSED. METEOPOLITAN STAKES, 12th September,— Ordinary and Special Eaoh 25,000 Subscribe™ at 5. LEMONS TRATION HANDICAP, 2nd October,— Ordinary. 50,000 Subscribers at 5. 0AULPIELD CUP, Special and Ordinary, each 100,000 at 5. MELBOURNE CUP, Special, 100.000 at 5, Ordinary, 100,000 at 6 and 20 respectively. For full particulars read or? printed circulars. I flgf AddresB — TATTERSALL flarnGBO ADAMS. HOBART, TASIVTANI A. THE COBAR STUDIO ??— — : ? *~^o^s*+ ? ? ? **» OPPOSITE ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

What a Blessing. What a bles-ing it is. . . Sought after by thousands. Dubbo is [earning to appreciate it. Many a miserable man is happy now. Nights of unrest, days of trouble. Any itching skin disease means ' this. ' Itching piles mean it. Eczema just as bad, and just as bad to cure. But Doan's Ointment does it. Relieves at once, and cures if you use it long enough. A specific for any irritation of the skin. A blessing to a suffering public. Here's proof of it. Mrs Ellen Saikeld, of Macquarie : street, Dubbo, and a resident of that place .for uijjht jears, informs us as ? ft Hows : — For two yt ars I had a soit of skin eruption. In hot weather it always became irritating, and in fiamed and gore. Some applications ?of Doan's Ointment made it very much better. If it occasions trouble at any time I fiud that a little, of the Ointment removes all irritation. Doan's Ointment is splendid in all diseases of the skin, Eczema, piles, hives, chilb ains, insect bitos, tores, etc. It is perfec...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Grand Concert 1 AND | Dramatic Entertainment — IN AID OF — Cclar School of Arts Library Fund Will be given by LOCAL AMATEURS . - . IN THE Masonic Hall ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 Admission, 2s and Is. ? _ Further particulars in future issue. | C. J. FLOYD, I Hon See Cobar School of Arts. I Notice. Sfc Paul's Church of England 1 Cobar Sunday School f ? I A PICNIC in connection with the | above School will be held at Bobby | Mountain on | Wednesday, Oct i8f 1899. I A special train will leave Cobar for I Boppy at 9.80 a.m., and leave Bobby | at 5.S0 p.m. I Return Fares, 2s Sd. Children Sd, | ? I As it is necessary that arrange- | ments be made with the Railway De- I partment as early a3 possible, it is I requested that applications for tickets be made to the Rector, or officers of the Sunday School without delay. All Denominations are cordially invited to ATTEND. In the Supreme Couet of Y . New South Walis. - In Bankeuptot. j No. 13438, re FREDERICK CRIT CHER, of Cobar, miner. NOTICE is her...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

THE * STAR HOTEL 4 COBAR CORNER OF LEWIS AND . ? ? MARSHALL STREETS Tables, Seds, Stabling, and Everything FIBST-CLASS. Billiard Room under able Management . Only First Quality of Drinks kept in Stock. MRS M A H E R, * STARHOTEL. * A Grand ' GEISHA FAIR' IK AID OF THE R. O. CECITROa — WILIi BE HELD IN THE — Masonic Hall During Race Week. Notice to Teamsters. AFTER this date all teams travel ling through Paddington Run will be charged as follows : —For every water ing Id per head for each horse or bul lock. C. R. MA0PHER9ON, Manager. Paddington July 7th, 1899.; PLAIN and FANCY DRESS BALL — Under auspices of the Cobar ?onerolent Sooiety Will be held in the Masonic Hall — ON — Wednesday, September ao, 1899. Double Tioket ... 7s 6d Gent's ,, ... 5s Od Lady's „ ... 2s Gd A JUVENILE BALL will be heW tho following evening. A. KINKEAD, Hon Secretary. Takeo Hot \ at Bedtime. I i Medical Men in Paris recommend the use of warm alcoholic drinks for the cure of INFLUENZA COLDS. The best, most re...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Sporting. Cycling. Nymagee cyclists are out with a programme of races for September 18. The prizes are fair. Entries close on Monday next, so cyclists have no time to lose. For full particulars see pro- gramme in this issue.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Trigger. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

The Trigger. The final of the competitions for the New South Wales Rifle Associations' silver medal and cup was shot off at the butts on Wed- nesday afternoon. For the afternoon's shoot- ing, the result was as follows :— hdop 500 600 t'fc'l R. A. Meek 16 29 20 64 J. Hunter 6 25 26 57 F. Grill 19 15 23 67 Cadell — 36 28 54 Scott 9 22 21 54 Corbett — 27 26 63 Dalearno — 32 21 53 W. Hunt 6 20 23 49 Johnson — 30 17 47 Rowe 9 22 16 47 Richmond 11 11 13 36 Special prizes were won by : — H. Dalgarno at 500yds and A. B. Cadell at 600yds with 28. The silver cup presented by Mr W. Hunt was won by E. A. Meek, the prize being for the best four scores out of six, Meek's aggregate being 244 ; J. M. Scott 2nd (21s), with 239; and A. B. Cadell was third (a vernier valued at 10/6) with 234. The Associations's silver medal for the best four scores out of six off the rifle was won by H. Dal- garno, with 226. A series of competitions will be commenced at the butts in about a fortnight's time.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Cricket.   The Cobar Cricket Association held a meeting at the Grand Hotel on Tuesday, Mr J. O. Hunt in the chair. Ten delegates were present, represent- ing five clubs. A somewhat stormy debate took place in regard to the analysis of last year's competition. The secretary of the Copper Mine Club asked for the books to be pro- duced. On the proposal of Mr Leiper it was decided to have the books audited, there being one dissentient to the motion. Competition matches will commence on Wednesday, Sep- tember 18th. The meeting was ad- journed until Tuesday next. The surface men on the Copper mine have started a club called the Great Cobar Water Jacket Cricket Club. The following are the officers : — Patron — Mr T. Longworth; Pre-   sident — Mr W. Horan ; Vicepresi- dents — Dr Lawes, Messrs W. Gilliard, J. Chalker, J. Loughman, and J. Allen ; hon-Treasurer, Mr T. Clarke;   hon. Secretary, Mr D. Davies. The club promises to be an exceptionally strong ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

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

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

LONDON. Thursday. The officials at Pretoria regard war as almost inevitable, but several correspondents to English newspapers state that the President is now more inclined to listen to reason. The British warships and torpedo boat destroyers at Simons town, Cape Colony, are being overhauled. The hands in the dockyard are working overtime. The prospects of the acquittal of Dreyfus have been brightened by the evidence of experts at the Rennes court martial. In the match, Australia v An Eng-   lish Eleven, Trumble scored 60, C. McLeod 26, Trumper 14, Noble (not out) 16, Darling 6, Iredale (not out) 17 — Four wickets for 142. Later. The Australians are all out for 232. The Englishmen have 8 wickets down for 64. This is how Minister for Education Hogue holds the balance concerning Parkes, Barton and Reid. 'The late Sir Henry Parkes will not be forgotten for his advocacy of the cause of United Australia; neither will Mr Edmund Barton; but the name that will forever stand high...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Rev A. Graham. Wrightville at 7 p.m., Mr R. Os- borne.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Telegrams. SYDNEY. Friday. The Queensland Federation League expect a majority in favor of federa- tion of between six and eight thousand votes. The Executive of N.S.W. Labour League has resolved to convene a Conference of the Labor Parties of all the federating colonies to discuss the formation of a Federal Labor League, with a view to securing direct repre- sentation in the Federal Parliament. A fearful tragedy has been enacted at Winton, Queensland. Sydney Pearse, aged 24, a carrier, came to the town on Wednesday night. Yes- terday morning his body was dis- covered with the head brutally battered. The Sydney Soap and Candle Factory at North Botany was literally gutted by fire at an early hour this morning.

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Vote of Censure. THE NIELD ADVANCE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Vote of Censure. THE NIELD ADVANCE. Sydney, Thursday. All formal business in the Legis- lative Assembly this afternoon having been suspended, Mr Lyne, amid Op- position cheers, submitted his motion of want of confidence in the Govern- ment. The hon. member spent some time in dwelling upon the Neild advance, which he stated was a violation of the Constitution. Mr Reid, in answering Mr O'Sullivan in June, 1896, had said that not a penny by way of remunera tion or expenses was to be paid to Mr Neild, and in November, 1898, again answering Mr O'Sullivan, he said that no costs would be incurred by the Government in the preparation of Mr Neild's report on Old Age Pen ? sions and state insurance. The Hon. member also asserted that Mr Reid had paid without the sanction of' Parliament four sums, aggregating £182, to Jacob Goldstein, whom he had employed as secretary during his political campaign. Mr Lyne criticised the financial position of the Government, and quoted from the report of the A...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Topics of the Week. That widely appreciated judicial Solon, the Police Magistrate of Cobar, once referred, in dismal tones and grave, at a conclave of the citizens, to the awful possibility of our finding our tongues hanging out for a drink. We hasten to explain that the 'our'   is not editorial, it refers to the com- munity. Providence, who according to a Caledonian poet is always kind, has been kinder to Cobar than its apathy deserves, and there is no fear of our four thousand tongues lolling in vain for some time to come. We have had one of those falls which like that of 1896, or of Cardinal Wolsey, or of Burra Burra shares, is something to be remembered. But the dangers of a big thirst so thrillingly portrayed by the Police Magistrate are only aver- ted — not rendered impossible. This is just the time when the people and their representatives, political and civic, want exhorting not to weary in well-doing as regards barracking boldly and continuously for that big ad...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Loal and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Local and General. Kinkead's sale closes today. To Melbourne ! — The Railway Commis- sioners announce the issue of tickets to Mel- bourne at cheap fares by the train leaving Cobar at 7 35 a.m on 13th September, avail- able for return by excursion train leaving Melbourne up on October 12. Ladies' Meeting. — On Wednesday after- noon next, at 4 30, a meeting of the ladies who carried out the recent Hospital Ball will be held in the Council Chambers when the President will explain to them the exact re- sults of their efforts. Postponed. — On account of the Benevolent ball, the visit of the Governor, and the races, the St. Paul's Sunday School picnic is post- poned to October 18. By then the country will be, let us hope, clothed in a greener gar- ment than at present. With regard to the Boppy Mountain excursion, that will not, on any account, be abandoned unless parents so desire. It is not likely, though, that parents will deny the children a day of pleasure and an excursion which will ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

BREVITIES. Weather Beautiful. Queensland says yes or no to Fed- eration to-day. The first wool of the season came in on Tuesday from Kaleno. Police Court matter quiet. Cobar   is getting quite respectable. Local cricketers are already com- mencing vigorous practice. The Governor will visit Bourke on October 18th. The cricket match, England v. Somerset, resulted in a draw. The Victorian lambing season is the best known for years past. A runaway in Cobar caused some more excitement on Tuesday last. Mr J. O'Dea, tailor, has taken the shop next to Mr Frank Grill's. Cheap excursion to Sydney leaves Cobar on Thursday next. Another goldfield is reported to have been discovered in South Australia, the site this time being near Wilgena. The floods in the Hunter River reached a maximum height on Satur- day, and have since subsided. D. J. Mahoney, local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., Becker st, (near Linsley st), Cobar. — 0 Saturday night witnessed quite a lively scene. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Mattins and Holy Communion 11 a.m., Evensong 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. R. Martin.

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Shearing Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Shearing Topics. By Backblocks. Kaleno, has started shearing. This is a machine shed, and operations are proceeding smoothly and satisfactorily — full handed, I hear. Mr Carrier Gill is in readiness to load the wool for Cobar, in his waggons. Tiltargara is said to begin the 13th of September. About 12,000 or 15,000 sheep here, 'tis said, by the travellers. Nekarboo starts early in September. Fulham has just cut out. Twelve shearers on the board ; shore 5,000 or 6,000.             Baden Park, Marfield, and Mount   Monaro, commence about the latter end of September or early in October — 'Mulgawire.'     Keewong has started and will cut out soon. Paddington, another 'Mulga Wire,' starts early in October. The Meadows usually waits until Mr Rodier finishes at Tambua, but I cannot say, of course, what procedure will be adopted this season by our   young pastora...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Transvaal Trouble. MR CHAMBERLAIN'S WARNING. BRITISH PATIENCE EXHAUSTED. PEACE OR WAR? [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Transvaal Trouble. MR CHAMBERLAIN'S WARNING. BRITISH PATIENCE EX- HAUSTED. PEACE OR WAR? On Saturday last at Birmingham, Mr Chamberlain made an important speech concerning the Transvaal crisis. Referring to the negotiations which had boen taking place between Her Majesty's Government and that of the Transvaal, Mr Chamberlain said, ' Presidtnt Krugher dribbles each re ply like water squeezed from a sponge, proposing conditions that he knows to be impossible, and preventing a satis factory investigation of the concessions made.' The patience shown by Great Bri tain during the slow progress of the negotiations, the Colonial Secretary continued, was without parallel in the relations between paramount and sub ordinate States. The Minister refuted the charges made by some of the Liberals that the demands made were excessive, and declared that ' we cannot ask, we cannot take, less than Sir Alfred Milner's moderate proposals.' ' The issues are now narrowed down to peare or war,' said Mr Cha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meeting of Pastoralists. DROUGHTY GRIEVANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Meeting of Pastoralists. DROUGHTY GRIEVANCES A few days ago Mr P. Oakden re- ceived a circular from the Secretary of the Bourke P. and A. Society, re- ferring to the proposed visit to Bourke of the Minister for Lands, in order to see the country in its present state of barrenness and drought — in view of the forthcoming fresh legislation — for this division. The circular asked that pastoralists of the Cobar district should co-operate with the Bourke pastoralists with a view to getting some concessions in consideration of the state of the country. In consequence of this, Mr Oakden had a meeting of local pastoralists called for Thursday last, at the Grand Hotel, when there were present : — Messrs Oakden (Chairman), M. J. Brown, P. J. Kelly, J. Cotton, W. F. Henning, M. S. Armstrong, R. A. Rae, W. Bedford, C. R. MacPherson, Bryce, G. Tulloh, W. N. Musgrove, and Adams. The Chairman explained the ob- jects of the meeting, which was to lay before the Minister a few of their grievances, in...

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