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ASSEMBLY DOINGS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

ASSEMBLY DOINGS. Wednesday. The Speaker has ruled that Wilks' proposed amendment on Mr Fegans' amendment is in order. Mr Crick has given notice that to-morrow he will give notice of his intention of moving that the House dissents from the ruling. The debate on the vote of censure was resumed by Mr Rose, who strongly attacked the Government for the Neild grant, Mr McGowan, for the Labor Party, next spoke and announced amidst dead silence that the party had de- cided to vote against the Government they had kept in Office for five years. It must be clearly understood by the House and country that they had acted in no spirit of revenge, nor did they so act in order to stay the cause of Federation. They were compelled to vote against the Government, be cause as a party they could not con- done their action with regard to the payment of money to Mr Neild. They had assurances from the Premier and his colleagues that not a single penny should be paid, but the Government had broken its pledg...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECKONING THE MAJORITY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

RECKONING THE MAJORITY. Thursday. The Star says a careful analysis of parties shows the Opposition will win by a large majority — probably 85 or 40. Less sanguine authorities place it at 20 to 25. It is pretty well-known, however, that a number of waverers will go over to Mr Lyne, for the purpose of being on the winning side.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Lord Brassey thinks thit the criti- cisms on his book are 'brassy' indeed. But then he 1 renounces his name ' Braccey '—possibly showing the affinity to mainbracey. The Peace Conference has closed. Ihose who accepted its promissory notes have foreclosed. ClIAMUEnLAIN3 COUOH BUMEDY. — Th'B remedy is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza. It has become famous for its oures of thoao diaeaaea, over a large part o£ the civilbed world. The most flatter ing testimonials' have boen received, giving accounts of its good works : of the aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured ; of eorero colda that have yielded promptly to its soothing effects, and of tho dangorous attacks 0/ croup it has cured, often saving (he life of tho child. Tho oxtenBivo use of it for whooping cough has ehown that it robs that disease of all dangerous coDsrqu-ncos, It is especially piizc-d by inothuns for their childrpn, as it novor fails to effect a speedy iruro, and becnuao ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Later. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Friday, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Later. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Friday, 10 a.m. The division list on Mr Wilks' amendment was as follows : — For — Messrs Reid, Hogue, Brunker, Lee, Carruthers, Cook, Hawthorne, Young, Lee, Garland, McCourt, Howarfc, Auderson, A. Campbell, Harris, Moleswortb, Parkes, Meagher, Nobb3, Jessop, Affleck, Archer, Mor gan, Philips, Ferris, Rigg, McLean, Graham, Griffiths, Clarke, Whiddon, Mahoney, Thompson, Storey, Cohen, Ewing, Millard, Byrne, Moore, Wilks. Against — Dr Ross, Messrs Holman, Perry, See, McLachlan, A. Chapman, Rose, Hughes, Crick, Sleath, Wad dell, Reymond, Fegau, Spruson, Barnes, Willis, Goodwin, Suttor, H assails, Richard=, Price, J. Fitz patrick,- O'Connor, Pyers, Haynes, Cotton, Spence, E. M. Clark, ( ann, McGowen, H. Chapman, A. Griffith, D. Davis, Nicholson, Edden, Mac Donald, Levien, J. Thompson, Cope-   Jnnd, H. Ross, Hurley, Watkins, Dicks, Mackay, Norton, Cruickshank, Quinn, Law, Wright, Ashton, Parvers. Barton, Ferguson, Dight,- Smith, Pid- dington, Benne...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. Friday. 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

GOVERNMENT DEFEATED. Friday, 9 a.m. Mr Fegan's amendment was carried 78 to 40. The censure motion, as amended, was also carried by 75 to 41.

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

Sporting. The Turf. Horse owners are again reminded that nominations for the C.T.C. Handicap and Cobar Cup close with   the Secretary this (Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock. The weights will appear on Saturday, 16th September. The   first acceptance closes on September 30th, at 8 p.m. There is every pro- mise of the forthcoming meeting being a most successful one. It should be the best that has yet taken place under the present management.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Tennis. In the second round of the ladies' tennis tournament, the following matches have been played : — Mrs Musgrove scr, beat Miss Blakey 25, by 75 to 61. Miss Budd 85,beat Mrs Robinson 30, by 75 to 67.     Miss Lister 26, beat Mrs Rush 35, by 75 to 78. Afternoon tea will be provided by the ladies next Saturday afternoon, and each succeeding Saturday after- noon till the end of the season.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 9 September 1899

Cricket.     The adjourned meeting of the Co- bar Cricket Association was held at the Grand Hotel on Tuesday evening. Present : Messrs N. Morrison (in the chair), J. Hunt, Roberts, Sweetnam, Hawtin, Leiper, Birch, Gilligan, Fer- guson, Chalker, and McTavish. An audit of the papers was authorised, Messrs Roberts and Birch being the auditors. Their report will be pre- sented next week. The following officers were appointed:— President   — Mr N. Morrison; Vice-Presidents   — Messrs Hunt, Edgar, Longworth, and Roberts; Treasurer — Mr Leiper.   Mr Sweetnam resigned as Secretary, but agreed to hold the office until another was appointed. At the pre- vious meeting a little friction occurred. Mr C. Hawtin apologised to the Sec- retary for some remarks he had made, stating that he had been misinformed. Mr Sweetnam accepted the apology. The programme of matches for the season was then drawn up. Several trophies were promised. &a...

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

Mining. There was a small flood out Cobar Gold Mines was on Saturday night, there being a deep stream crossing the road near the old Huntington mill. It was caused by the slimes dam be- coming full and overflowing the bank between it and the cyanide sump vats excavation. The result was that the   latter soon filled, and the three sump vats went floating aimlessly around. It was discovered about midnight, and the management decided to cut away the bank and let the water cross the road. This they did, and that's what caused the rainless flood and filled the Huntington mill tank. By the aid of a steam pump the excavation was emptied, and the vats have been once more secured. The Cobar Gold Mines mill is now pounding away, with 46 stamps, on ore from the 116ft level. Three shifts are being worked. In all there are about 180 men working on the pro- perty, and when the mill is in full swing about 180 men will be kept on. When sufficient water is pumped into the tanks at the m...

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

Distinguislied everywhere for fine natural flavour, purity of material, and careful preparation. NO TIC E. WIi3H.ES to inform his patrons and the residents of Cobar .'.'.:' and 'District that lie has purchased the 'Wlxoel-vsri'lslatlns and - - r . -.. - X5i.ebols:ancxltililxx& BuBlness 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. ?- ?- - ' tob OLD ESTABLISHMENT IN. QUEEN ST., IS NOW CLOSED lEMONSTHATION HANDICAP, 2nd October.— Ordinary. 50,000 Subflcribers at 6. ??'? CAULFIBLD CUP, Special aDd Ordinary! each 100,000 at 6. MELBOURNE CUP, Speoial, 100.000 a{.,6, Ordinary, 100,000 at 6 and 20 lespeciively. ';:* .: . For fu'l particulars read or- printed circnlars flgg' . Address — TATTERSALL ' OareOWi A DAMS. HO 3ABT, TASMANIA THE COBAR^ STUDIO^ ''.?']'''?. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ??''? ''' ' ' ? — nii»i m f^u.r-tla.er 0EV.eca.-u.o-t/lo3a. lxa. PrloeB, 6 CABINETS, 6a, 12 ditto, with EN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

All NOURISHMENT /\L,L, DISAGREED. Indigestion Caused many Sleepless Nights. Suffering for some considerable time with indigestion, causing me to have many sleepless nights, I con sulted several medical men, and paid well for advice and medicine, getting no relief. I was advised to give Warner's Safe Cure and Safe Pills a trial, and, am :pleased to say that my trouble gradually but surely left me. I took six bottles of Warner's Safe Cure, and now' sleep well, and enjoy; my meals with comfort. ? ?.;/':, M, R. FRENEY. North Terrace', Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

For Sale. ALL that valuable centrally s'tua ted property at; the corner of Barton and Harcourt streets, with Comfort able House and Kitchen, 9 rooms, and all convenience. Terms, a Bargaini'S N. MORRISON & CO., Agents for vendors. Notice tor 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..MACPHER3ON, Manager. Paddington July 7th, 1899.: Preliminary Notice. SPIRTS Cobar Branch N.S.W. League of ' Whoelmon. November 9, 1899. Full particulars future issue. E. H. PASS, : Hon Secretary. AUSTRAL IRISH MOSS. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bron chitis, Influenza, ic. in young or old ? JUST TRY IT ? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ W- JNO- BAKER'S Patent Registered STAMP SHEFFIELD RAZORS. ^iZCl^^^^^^^ I in. wide, bb illustrated ... 5/- each, poet free. ^^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. THOUSANDS IN USE I ' L^^I^^S*H^^^^^^^2^^^^8H THEY RECOMMEND THEMSELVESI W '^=T^U^-^^^^^^^^m Also Razor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

P. 5NELS0N, J1A.K ER, CONFECTIONER, &c. LLNSLEY STREET, L'OBAE. Patronise P. Snelson, tho :«oogniBed Family Baker, where you will got tho best if everything going in hi» °'°' PicnieB, Parties, iie.i ,.' supplied on the 'shorten ? ...: ' notire, and in fact overj description of catering executod, Havcourt Streot, ?; COBAR. PROPRIETORS. MINE OBDBBSTT SPECIALITY. Asjents f»r Hand Drill and Rackt. Rock Co., and all mining requisites. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. : Agent for KlonJyke Gold Dishes and Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blaoksmith's Tuyere irons made llfflli^iiiii ' LJm^^J * --TjLTiLTi.TnT.TtTtTliTlTl-TJ I J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller AND OF AM KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL CUTTER. PBEOIOUS STONES OP EVER? DESOBIP _1UTI0H ALWAYS IN STOCK. .?DEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY can i. rely up receiving Prompt Attention ? FAIB AND SQTJABE VALUE. :?';: J JOSEPHSOBT. BlacyKoy, ^ , Three REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DRINK ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

™ ' ' ? ? — ? ' — ? ? Important tajarto Furnishing The Public are daily becoming more convinced of the fact, to buy in the ' CHEAPEST- MARKET you must go whore the credit or time-payment system ib not recogniaed. ? A. HALL AND COMPANY, THE CASH FURNISHERS, Offer GREATER INDUCEMENT* than any other House Furnishers in Syd ney. Erery Article sold is Imported from our London Manufactory, or from our Sydney work.. Every Article Sold 13 Guaranteed ; beat workmanship, and seasoned wood only used, FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE, CARPETS. &C HALL'S guarantee a saving of 26 per cent. HALL'S hare the Largest Stock to select from. HALL'S store goods until required free. HALL'S pack and forward country ^rsfc.e.^ Waelmlei Furniahillg guide, post free. ' ' HALL'S give value for value— 20» for the £. . ) HALL'S Showrooms are oten to the Pubho to com pare prices and goods. HALL'S Tender ffstimates, Designs, and Patterns Free. J±- XjC-AJXIiI-i &- Co MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS, 861, 563...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

(£53233 pBE^ p5*0^ ^^ § ffi^^f THE MOST Distinguished everywhere for fine natural flavour, purity of material, and careful preparation. WISHES to inform Ins patrons and the residents of Cobar and District that he has purchased the - Biaolzsmitlxlzig St-u.six2.es? 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. ' ??- , ' ' ? ? ? thb OLD ESTABLISHMENT IN. QUEEN ST., IS NOW CLOSED. TjEMONSTRATION HANDICAP, 2ud October,— Ordinary. 50,000 Subscribars at 5. CAULFIBLD CUP, Special and Ordinary, each 100,000 at 5. MELBOURNE CUP, Special, 100.000 at 5, Ordinary, 100,000 at 5 and 20 respectively. ? ' -? ? .- For full particulars road o'-t printed circulars, 3s5'° Address — TATTER8AU O-iPRftRO ADAMS. HO 3 ART, TASMANIA. Hl uQBAH STUPIQ Opposite the post office. Furtlaer OFtecaiiotJiori. iaa. PrloeB, . 6 CABINETS. ,6*, 12 ditto,, with ENLARGEMENT FREE, 12s With Handaotnu Frune ComijlHte, 15*. Paris Panfil'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Oeo, B. Si-cord, the well known con- tractorof Towandn, N.Y., says : ' I have used Cliamboikin's Cough Homed? in my family lor n long time .trad hnve found it superior to nnv other.' For sale by H. Dalgarno, chemist, Cobar. : Tommy: ' Papa, there is a largo black beetle on the ceiling.' Profes- sor (very busy) : ' Stop on it, and leave me alone.' 0lIAMIiEM.AIN8 COUOII REMEDY.— Th/.B rein out ia intended especially for coughs, colds, croup, whooping couf-h and indueuzu. It has become famous for its cures of thoso diseases, ovor a large part of tho civili-ed world. Tho most flatter- ing testimonials have boon rocoivod, giving accounts of its good works : of tho aggravating and persistent cwghs it has cured ; of sovoro colds that havo yieldod promptly to its soothing olfocts, anil of tho dangoroui attacks of. croup it 1ms cured, ofti-n .saving tho lifu of the child. Tho oxtcueivo use of it for whooping cough lias shown that it rob3 thnt disease of all ilungfi-oiis cous'(Ht'iicos. It is...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lancers in Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Lancers in Dublin. The Australian Star contains an interesting account of the experiences of the N.S.W. Lancers when in Dub- lin. ' We were treated to a fine dis- play of the famous Irish hospitality. Little lots of Lancers could be seen in the midst of a ciicle of bright-eyed colleens, ' just for tho sake of bearing them talk.' ' For evidently the Dub- lin folk expected that Australians would talk blackfellows' lingo, 'for,' says tho report, ' they were up to all manner of dodges to get us to speak. Many people also stopped us to know if we camo from Australia, and on being answered in tho affirmative, they wanted to know if we knew Teddy Ryan, or Pat Murphy, or some other friends of theirs, out there. When we told them there were hun- dreds of people of those names in our colony, and that our colony was only one of five, they exclaimed in tones of surprise, ' Sure, it must be p. big place, then.' '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Life Saved. DEATH'S TERROR WANING. INDIGESTION, BAD STOMACH, RHEUMATISM, AND INSOMNIA THOROUGHLY ROUTED BY RILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. THE GREATEST SPECIFIC OF THE PRESENT CENTURY AGAIN IN PROMINENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Another Life Saved. DEATH'S TERROR WANING. INDIGESTION1, B\D STOMACH, RHEUMATISM, AND INSOMNIA THOROUGHLY ROUTED BY BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. THE GREATEST SPECIFIC OF. THE PRESENT CENTURY-. AGAIN IN PROMINENCE; ' The following interview with' a Newcastle Herald reporter shows the value tho Australian press places on this remedy : — . ? ' ; ' They would almost save you from your coffi n,' s a id Mrs Shorgold, of Wilton Street, Merewether, when nsked by a Newcastle Herald representative as to tho Genuineness of her cure from the use of Bile iieans for Biliousness. ' I shall- ever be grateful,' she added, ' to the lady who advised me to try them. I had b 'on suffering four or five years more than I could describe, and these Bile Beans have cured me. I am now able to do that which I. could not think of attempting before.' 'What were your symptoms? ' in quired the reporter. ' 1 had been bad off and on for nearly five years, suffering from gene- ral weakness and a bad stomach and for 19...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Know their Duty well. Performing Daily to tho Satisfaction of Many People. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Know their Duty well. Performing Daily to the Satisfaction of Many People. : It's the duty of, the. kidneys to see that the blood keeps pure. Not to make new blood — the food we eat does chat,.but to remove from the b'ooil all the prisons and impuri- ties — the waste matter — that is gath- ered up during its circuit of the body. These poisons are deadly. If they are not taken out of the blood by the natural niters, the ' kid- neys, they are carried back to the heart, and are started out again all through the body. Of course they cause disease. We can't be healthy if our blood isn't pure. When our kidneys are sick our back aches. That's a way they have of telling us they need help. ? It's the duty of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills to cure sick kidneys. They know their duty well. They are performing it right here in Cobar. Mrs Bridget Egan, of Macquarie Street., Dubbo, own3 a boarding es- tablishment and has lived there for seven years. She tel s us: — 'I've hn/t kidney disorder for som...

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Restdown. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Restdown. A correspondent writes: —   Mr Longworth (of the Cobar Copper mine) has taken over the Good Friday on tribute for a period of five years. It is expected that operations will be commenced in a fortnight or three weeks. This claim is now under suspension. He intends to develop the property thoroughly and will treat the stone on the field. The fact of Mr Longworth taking an interest in this field is a tribute to its worthiness, as his experience would not allow him to speculate here unless the game was worth something. He is not one of the share-market-bulling class of mining investors. W. B. Spain has put through 9 tons of stone from Knight and party's claim (late Haylan's.) The milling resulted in an avorago of about 7dwts to the ton. The reef is about 18in. wide. The shaft is about 45ft deep, and the stone was taken from the surface to the bottom. W. B. Spain has taken over the Victoria Co's claim on tribute for 12 months. There is a shaft down 75ft. The lesse...

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