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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Cobar Municipal Council was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening. Present — Aldermen Snelson (Mayor), James, Bailey, Hunt, Morrison, Hogan, Musgrove, and Duffy. CORRESPONDENCE. The Mayor said that the resolution re water scheme had been received. They had been signed, sealed, and despatched to the Department. A copy of the resolution was read. It was decided, on the motion of Alder- men Hogan and Morrison, that a copy of the resolution be inserted in the minutes of the meeting held on May 21. Carried. The Council Clerk, Bourke, wrote regard- ing a night train during the summer months. The train would be an extra one. Ald Hogan moved that the Council sup- port the resolution. Ald Morrison seconded, on the condition that it did not interfere with the present mail train. Carried. Messrs Lobb and Ward asked for permis- sion to put down a boarded verandah. The Mayor said the Council could not grant it. Mr Martin wrote r...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Governor's Visit. MAKING PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

The Governor's Visit. MAKING PREPARATIONS. The Mayor was somewhat hesitant about dealing with the Governor's visit at last Council meeting. The aldermen had just spent an hour dis- cussing the expediency of paying a banquet balance of over two years' standing when the subject came on. A telegram was read from Mr Spence as follows — 'Governor ar-   rive on Tuesday, 26th September, and leave next morning.' The Mayor said he would not care to be connected with it unless he had some idea how it would result. After considerable discussion Alder- man Hogan moved that the Council send invitations to His Excellency, Governor Beauchamp, the Premier, Ministers for Lands and Mines. Alderman Duffy seconded the mo- tion, which was unanimously carried. It was decided to call a special meeting to arrange details. It is understood that an address will be presented to His Excellency, and in the event of tho Governor be- ing favorable to a banquet one will most probably be arranged. It i...

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

Mining. The Occidental mill cleaned up on Friday, for 206oz from 963 tons stone. The run was five days shorter than on last clean up. The 20th half-yearly meeting of the Occidental G. M. Co was held on Thursday night. The directors and officers were all re-elected, and the balance sheets and reports were read and received. Cobar Gold Mines mill started on Wednesday with 40 stamps dropping. The full mill power will be going in about a week's time. The centrifugal sand pump, which caused some trouble at the start, is now doing its work satisfactorily. The fourth half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the North Nymagee Copper Mining Company was held at the Company's office, 131 Pitt street, Sydney, on Friday. The directors' statement showed that the recent re- ports from the mine were of a promis- ing nature. The mine manager's re- port stated that the present prospects of the mine were, in his opinion, more encouraging, and with further devel- opment other ore bodies would be met ...

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

WAYS AND MEANS. A meeting of the old Cobar Tenants Association, held on Thursday even- ing, resolved that the funds now lying at the credit of that Association should be placed at the disposal of the com- mittee of Pastoralists appointed to unite with the Cobar Municipal Council in entertaining the Governor and Minister's of the Crown on their approaching visit to Cobar.

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LATEST PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 September 1899

LATEST PARTICULARS. A telegram has been received from Mr Spence to the effect that the Gov- ernor will arrive here at 2.30 on the afternoon of the 26th. He will visit the mines and attend a banquet the same evening. The Premier will be unable to say whether he can accept the invitation until the vote of censure is over. The same applies to the Ministers for Lands and Mines.

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

Cobar District Hospital. Thanks. The Committee of the Cobar Dis- trict Hospital beg to tender their sin- cere thanks to the Ladies of the town and district of Cobar for their efforts in carrying out the District Hospital Ball so successfully. JOHN LEAH, Secretary.

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

The Turf. The two bracelets for the Bracelet race at the October Turf meeting are on view in Mr W. Williams' shop window. They are splendid specimens of jewellery, and make valuable prizes. A committee meeting of the Cobar Turf Club was held on Monday night, at the Great Western Hotel. Present — Messrs J. O. Hunt (President), T. Longworth, Bannister, Leiper, Snel- son, Byrne, Wood, Doughty, Payne, Hunter, and Thomas. It was de- cided to lease the paddock to Mr O'Bray , for 12 months, he to repair the fence to the satisfaction of the committee also to keep it in repair and to look after the property of the course. It was decided to select the First prize in the Bracelet from Mr Hooper at £20 and the second from Mr Faull at £5. It was decided to let the course at the rate of 10s for a match race, and 20s for an afternoon's sport. After other formal business had been transacted, the meeting closed.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

A Well-known Hair dresser in Difficulties. The haird-esser is popularly sup posed to be a very happy individual. This . imprpssion is doubtless created by his affability and inclination to talk. But even the tonsorial artist has his troubles. A case in point is that of Mr J. W. Jackson, of 117 Liverpool street, city. A reporter recently called on that gentleman and found him busily engaged in plying the- implements of his trade. After the customer had been attended to Mr ??? Jackson found time to talk to the pressman. ' Heard I had been in difficulties, did you ? ' said Mr Jack son. ' Well, you have been co.ivctly ' informed. About four years ago I was seized with a severe couyb, which gradually got worse until it became , the unmistakable wheeze of asthma. I could sleep but littlo as I would hardly be able to breath. Often I had to be propped up with pillows for fear I should suffocate. I had a con stant dread that I would choke in my Bleep. Frequently I could not speak for' nearly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

I have been afflicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief. I was able to be nrnund all thn time, but oocsfou'ly suf feiibg. I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was tolri to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did, ?and was immediately relieved and in a , short time oured. I am happy to say tbit , it has not returned. — Josh. Edgar, Gei mantown, Cal. For. sale by H. Dal gavi-o, chemist, Cobar. Are your Kidneys Weak ? HAVE YOU URIC ACID TB0UBLE ? Have you ever considered what neg . lecting your kidneys means ? Have you ever realised the terrible risk you are taking ? . Do you not pass on the streets, every day, men und women whoso countenances show that the final stake is up find the die being cast ? How may you know them ? By their pale, sallow, sunken, or b'oated countenances, dull, lack-lustre eye3, slow, languid movements, b otched, pimpled, unhealthy o£ com plexions, and general appearance of ? weakness and debility. In additio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Clearance Bale, 3VC- DMZiasrOOTJEI HAVING decided to lelinquish Business in Cubnr, is now boldinB .?'?'?; '_..; '?'?.?' a Clearance SjIo GROCERY . .„,... . ..???'* CROCKERY . . ';':; ;.?:?'-?.?-' ^;C^; Z* ' '..'? ,n© FANCY GOODS . ..- ' ? ' ?'?- ???? -.-... I N 0R,\ ???:-X ^/ -^IRONMONGERY; /.'?.;':,;. ''X* '' '': ^?''''TrrT'j \! '?=?? S 'LAD'CEV OLOTHING . . ,. .'j; . ' I'' ,: BOOTSAND SHOES . -i . ????-'? ?'.:\JK:'' '?????:?- MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING All Goods must be Bold . ',, . .'. No reasonable offer refused Come Early and Secure the Pick^of the Bargains. ? Remember tbe Address — M, M I NOGUE'S BARTON STREET, OPPOSITE MASONIC HALL FRAMK F. B.RYCE, Esq., Comes 16,000 Miles After Health. Searches In Vain til! ha finds (bt oon 8PI0UL reporter.) Our reporter knocked at No. 21 H*rm*t ?treet, Sydney. A gentleman open«d tb« door. ! 'Do I Bpeak to Mr. Bryco?' ajked our reporter ' You do,' answered that gentleman. ' ' Well, I liave heard that you experienced A Great Recovery of your Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

A. Oauntfon. Oold Btcnt KIM Breach, t&h. lta.Oold.VA- PU°n-tff»EdP» A. Uundon. ?'iM Lara BM ud Chidii, 8/8. a,Cacaneora. B»» Eaa OeM Im BJcl taS OMa.UVS. A. Baundaro A-7 Xui *r Inlttal Tnt. BOSJ OoM. 7/0 lilnnrat.1^ tt*8^«S'm.1l5S.oS:v ^ tumdwai A. teundon Ua. Ooii, Dlianond^ &ubla a- tsptti—.tn-)/- A. Saundorm. ' OtM Mnited Bo4r- Tuik ud Ohifai tat n BcBLlM- WllhootCh»lw»ndB«U,lW. 9 ~**'WTW,4/.. AUth.n«.. A. SaunHim a*U Brtooh, Purl Sot Bird u-4 Bart Amttkyit, 31/-. lfc. Oold, VI A. BKundora. ? B*r Urit SIm Gold nroaok. AI??thJ.^ 3H-. lto. 0M]yij: »k\ Wa will / A. Oaundoro. Ua. I tat double cut Diunondl. «/«/? DpUDdld V»lu«. 3s A. taundora. Htw Dcirn Gold Droocta, Bill Chtla, -«d, Whlta ud Blm StonM. 12/8. A. laundsn. X«w S»ll« Ootd Brooch, - Lo«« Birds. P»rl Sal, 30/-. Plain Blrdi, 15/0, 5 Bird Purl Ml, IT*. Uatpproaehtbli »»'''- A. asundsrs. 1(0. Oold Pun Doubla tut Diamond, bl-h. Utnr, 6fil; ?/l«/-, tfltfl; 10/./-, lJAO/-. U;./., »/.f.. A. aaundsra, Uc .Solid Ool...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTEAOT According to reporta of u great number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered Eucalypti Extract, which possess no ourative qualities. In proteotion of the world wide fame of Sandbb and Sons' preparation we publish a few abstracts from thoso reports, which bear fully out that no reliance can bo placed fn other ?roducU— Dr. W. B.. Rush, Oakland, )al., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sander am- Son's.) I employed different other pre parations, they had no thorapoutie value no bad effects. In ono case the effects were similar to the oil oamphora, the objectionable notion of which is well known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland. Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sander and Sons) I used no other form uf eucalypti as, I think it is by fur tho best.' Dr. L. P.^Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writos ' I □ever used any preparation other than Sandor and Sons', as I found tbe o...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Court House, Cobar. August 81, 1899. THE QUARTERLY LICENSING COUtiT for the District of COBAR will be held at. the Court House, Co bar on Monday'; 2nd October, 1899, at 11 a.m. A. B.C. BURKE, C.P.S. 4d-83. lenders. TENDERS are caUel for the sup-, plying of -Music for the Benevolent Ball to be held on the 20th Septem ber ; also for the playing at the Juve nile Ball. Tenderers to state price and instruments to be used. Tenders to be in the hands of the Secretary before the 14th inst. A. KINKEAD, ? . ? Secretary. Tenders. TENDERS are invited for the LABOR ONLY of an hctel in Cobar. Plans and Specifications mf»j te seen on the ground, near goods shed The lowest or any tender not nects sarily accepted. Tenders olose on the 18th inst. MRS. ROSS, Boppy Mount. Wanted. MARRIED COUPLE, for Station. Wife as cook, laundress, and gepgr^l .. housekeeper ; husband as' ; tffijjfltal hand for outd.de work. .AfiBly^r1''-1^ w.-Eoij||;p«:P ' . Notice. St Paul's Church of England . Cobar Sunday School A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

?. ? P. -.SNELSON, BAKKK, CONFKC/1'IOIiKR, &c, L1NSLBY ssrULEI', O.OBAli. ' Patronise 1'. Snelson, the, rvoogniBed Family Baker, Where you will get the best, if eviirjthine going l' hl8. 1'icnioB, . Parties, &'?' supplied on the ahorten, BotH'O, and in f tot e»er- 1 description of .catering : executed. Harcourt Streot, COBAR. Grey Bros., PROPRIETORS. MINE 0RDERS_A_ SPECIALITY. Agents f.ir Rand Drill and Eatko ttouk «'o., and all. mining requisites. Cash Buyt r* of Bcrap castings. ,;.- Agent for Klondyke Gold Dislies and . Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made ? ?? rifS % fk. *?- * i J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller JVIBDALLIST. . . ,. OF ALl KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows1 Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., 1 DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL CUTTER. :PEECIOTTS STONES OP EVERT? DESOSIP ;. 'r1' TIOH ALWAY^JN STOCS. PEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY can rely up receiving Prompt Attention '' 'FAIB AVTD SQUARE VALUE. J JOSEPHSOM'. Blaynoy. PALIYM. MA. ??? | is t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

tlUjJUlW w kmm lunU§IUu£/''. The Public are doily becoming raoro confirmed of the fact, to buy in ' tho CHEAPEST MARKET you must go whore tho credit or titne-poymont system ib sot recognised. A. HALL AND COMPANY,; THE CASH FURNISHEES, ; ,' ' Offer GREATER INDUCEMENTS than any other House Furnishers in- Syd ney. Erery Article told is Imported from our London Manufactory, or from our Sydney work*. Every Article Sold is' Guaranteed; beat workmanship, 'and seasoned wood only used. ; FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. CARPETS. &C HALL'S guarantee a «aving of 26 per cent. ' ' '? . ' HALL'S h«ro the Largest Stock to Belect from. HALL'S store goods until required frno. ' HALL'S paok and forward country orders free.' HALL'S Hew Illustrated Furnishing Guide, post free. HALL'S give Taluo for Talue — 20s for the £. ;.%,.?.? HALL'S Showrooms are oren to the Publio to cijm if pare prices and goods. , ' HALL'S Tender Estimates, Designs, and Patterns ?? ' : ? Free. -A.- l£JkJLJL- && Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Eev E. Edwards, pastor of the English Baptist Church at Minors', iile, I'a., when Buffering with rheumatism, was advised to try Chamborlain's Pain Balm. He eajs: 'A. fen appUuations of thia liniment proved of great toivioe to mo. It sub dued tho inflam ition and reliever] the pain. Should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial it w.'ll please me.' For sale by H. Dalgarno, chemist, Oobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

[?] PRESENTATION 4 BLADE POCKET KNIFE. Very fine quality and finish. Large name plate. Ivory, 7/0 each ; Pearl or Tortoise shell, 10/6 each, post free. Name engraved for 1/- each. Other Knives from 1/- each. Please write for free illustrated catalogue. W. JNO. BAKER'S PATENT BOUNDAHY KIOERS KIT, (10 inches overall.) Containing KNIFE, SHEATH and Steel, with loop for belt or saddle. PLAIN ? 5/- por set complete, post free. CAPPED ? 7/6 ' ' ' ORIENTAL, as sketch 10/6 ' ' ' ^^kM^Mtmim^mmmMm&m!mmi^ — ; ? 1|1 No. 820— Grained Jnolvory Handles TABLE KNIVES, 17/6 ; DESSERT KNJTES, 15,- per doren; CARVING- KNIVES and FORKS, 10/6 per pair ; POULTRY CARVERS, 10/6 per pair : STEELS, IfBtach, all post free. JNO-IVORY has the beautiful color, transparency, grain, and silk-like surface of th»£nest Ivory ; moreover, it does not split in the warmest climates, and can be washed in hot water without fear of loosening the Bandloi ; it retains its colour and stands wear and tear better than genu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Bhepueud's Short Stem Cabbage. — Extraordinary yield. Messrs P. L. C. Shepherd & Son, tho well-known Seedsmen of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, have received tho following letter from Mr T. Oheetham, of Callan Park :— ' Tho seed of Shepherd's Short Stem Cabbage supplied by you has givon the following wonderful results : — From a bed 152ft by 80ft I cut 8ton 7cwt. (18 tons-*por acre) and one head weighed 401b.' P. L. 0. Shepherd & Son send their catalogue free to all applicants.0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Strange, isn't it ? A man will go into a Tobaccon ist's shop and ask for a packet of cigarettes. He knows that if he wants the best article the price is sixpence. This ho lays on the counter, but he often does not trouble about the brand. This is a great mistake, for if he asked for 'THREE CASTLES OIG .ARETTES' he would get the best article in the market ; and one thing is very certain, that, having arked for ' THREE CASTLES' once, and smoked them, he would never buy any other brand. Just you try, and see.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

A Woman's Sufferings Ended. THE STORY OF MRS., SALINA :^- v-vr;. -WHITE. '/?-???':,, - She says: I .OWE MY'' LIFE TO BILE BEANS.' The story of the. following*remark-. able cure by Bilo Beans of a Mel bourne. Lady, who suffered' ffom long standing and acute liver troubles^.does not need any' remarks to support. '-.'it. It:will stand by itself.- -, Mrs Salina White, who resides at No 5 ; Market Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne,- ?related the story of her illness and cure to a reporter of the West Melbourne Gaz ette as follows :— ' It is now' about 8 years, since' I began :to suffer from what the doctor who attended me said rather vaguely was liver com plaint. To me it seemed indigestion, as nothing. I eat agreed -with me. After a meal a weight appeared! to lie on my chest, and flatulence was nearly always present, Soon I began to loathe food nnd to gXJW very nervous. The least thing startled me, and my irritable temper became a source of domestic distress. I was subject to frequent flushing...

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