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Kruger's Creed. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Kruger's Creed. [In a recent speech, President Kruger stated that in all he did God had always stood by him] Der Kaiser say, ' T)er vorld's our plot Und Gott und me, ve vill dor lot.' Ach, lies I— ho hat no Gott, for Gott Belongs to Mb I Din landt of mei&'fo free from voe, Ibs liko vou leodleheavons below ; TTnd all zoir bliss moin beobles owe '?* To Me und Gott. Dhoso Englisch fuels dot muko zuch stir In ull deir hopes day madly err — Bey dinks Gott iso' von Uitlauder, ? But Gott iss Dutoh I 1 f.it moin Gott his due, und He Haf gif sir mein, und you zhall zoo So long ass Gott vill standtby mk, I stundt by Gott. He zuberindond der zun and ruin, Der Uitland butt I tap aud drain, Und ull der glory und der guin . Aro Mein and Gott's. To ease mein Boors, in many vajs I equeczo dor alien till ho pays ; I keep deroash — but all dor braise I gif to GottJ! Dot Uitland ass, ho sweats und sighs ; ' Dos burden is too much,' ho cries, ' Oh, Gott \ ill lift it— Gott is vise !' But Gott i...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concert and Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Concert and En- tertainment. The concert and dramatic entertain- ment in aid of the Cobar School of Arts Library Fund, which took place in the Masonic Hall on Wednesday, was patronised in a way worthy of the people of Cobar. At the time of starting there were more front seat ticket-holders than there were chairs, and the back division was also well represented. The programme com- menced with a pleasant overture by Miss Kinkead. Miss James sang 'The Blind Girl to Her Harp,' and   received a flattering ovation. Miss Brown also scored a decided triumph in the song 'A World Between,'   which is a new one to Cobar audien- ces. These were the only lady singers. The other four ladies whose names were published in the programme were unable to attend, unfortunately. Mr G. B. Elwin's welcome voice was heard to great advantage in 'I Fear   No Foe.' This gentleman possesses a voice that Cobar musical people al- ways demonstratively appreciate. Mr Firth, al...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dreyfus Pound Guilty. LONDON SHOCKED. GERMANY INSULTED. AMERICA THREATENS TO BOYCOTT THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Dreyfus Found Guilty. LONDON .SHOCKED. GERMANY INSULTED. AMERICA THREATENS TO BOY- COTT THE EXHIBITION. The Rennes Court Martial by five votos to two, found Dreyfus guilty, and sentenced him to ten years' de tention in a fortress. London is indignantly shocked at tho verdict. America threatens to boycott the Paris Exhibition.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Quarter Sessions. (Before His Honor Judge Gibson.) WEDNESDAY, Sept., 18, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Quarter Sessions. (Before His Honor Judge Gibson.) WEDNESDAY, Sept., 13, 1899. Before the business of the sessions was gone on with, Mr A. B. C. Burke was sworn in as a Justice of the Peace, taking the oath of office. Mr Burke was complimented by Judge Gibson on his appointment. The following jurors were excused for non-attendance : — John Bailey, E. Doyle, R. Donkin, and R. McKabe. Thomas Longworth was fined £2 for non-attendance. There was only one criminal case before the Court, being a committal from Nyngan. Mr Brown, P.M., Deputy Sheriff, sat on the Bench with His Honor. Mr Burke was Clerk of the Peace. Mr Bevan was Crown Prosecutor, while the legal profession was represented by Messrs Hogan, Duffy, and Elwin, local solicitors. ALLEGED WOOL STEALING. Edwin Frederick Grant was charged with wool stealing on different dates and in various quantities from Ellen Maud Alison, of Cannonbar station. Accused was also indicted with three other charges of wool stealing from persons unknow...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUESDAY. (Before Messrs Brown, P.M., and P. Mathews, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

TUESDAY. (Before Messrs Brown, P.M., and P. Mathows, J.P.) Thomas Dillon was charged with driving without lights, and pleaded guilty. Mr Leah represented the Council. Defendant was fined 5s and 4s 10d costs. Thompson v. Hunt. This was a charge of assault, the particulars of which were adduced in evidence. Mr Hogan for plaintiff and Mr Elwin for defendant. Defendant pleaded guilty, but contended that he was justified in committing the assault. Henry Thompson, Commercial Traveller, said he came to Cobar on the 5th instant. Witness and a friend named Cameron walked       to Mr Dalgarno's after tea. Then walked towards the railway station to enquire about an excursion train, and to purchase a Sydney paper; walked from the station road towards   the mine for some distance, After finding the road rough they decided not to go to the mine that way. Met defendant and enquired if they could get back to the station. Defendant said they could....

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. FRIDAY. Before Mr Brown, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Police Court, FRIDAY. Before Mr Brown, P.M. James Craddock was charged with desert- ing his two children. The accused consented to an order for the payment of 5s per week for each of the children, from the 6th July, 1899.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Sporting. The Turf. A Committee meeting of the Cobar Turf Club was held at Byrne's Great Western Hotel on Monday evening. Present : — Messrs Hunt (chairman), Morrison, R. Hunter, F. Wood, Lei- per, C. Thomas and the Secretary. The nominations for the two prin- cipal races were then read and received. The Works Committee then repor- ted that the contract for the horse   stalls and jockey's room had been     carried out satisfactorily by the con- tractors, Messrs Gudgeon and Clifton, and recommended alterations to the ladies' room, and publican's No 1 booth, which the Committee decided to be left to the Works Committee. Other formal business was trans- acted, and the meeting closed.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Mr Brown, P.M., and P. Mathews, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Mr Brown, P.M., and P. Mathews, J.P.,) Massey Harris Co. v E. Jordan, claim £14 3s 4d for hire of bicycle. Verdict for amount. William Marker v Frederick Stan- bridge, claim £3 8 6s 7d for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for amount with 6s costs. David Cowan v Jas. W. Langridge, claim £1 5s 7d, for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for amount with costs. Municipal District v Peter Bruce, claim £1 3s 3d, night-soil fees. Ver- dict for amount and costs. Same v Mrs T. Daley, claim 10s for night-soil fees. Verdict for amount. Same v William Bodmore, claim 17s 4d for night-soil fees. Verdict for amount. Same v Ambrose Fox, claim £1 8s 2d for night-soil fees. Verdict for amount. Same v L. Harvey, claim 15s for night-soil fees. Verdict for amount. Same v J. Lee, claim 8s 6d for night-soil fees. Verdict for amount. Same v Mrs Mulvay, claim £2 16s 2d for night-soil fees. Verdict for amount. Same v Leary and Peterson, claim 18s 4d for night-soil fees. Verdict for ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Municipal Council. The usual meeting of the Cobar Municipal Council was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening. Present : —Aldermen Snelson (Mayor), James, Hunt, Morrison, Duffy, Musgrove, and Kinkead. A request from Mrs J. H. Curnow re nuisance rates was left to the Mayor to deal with. W. Delayney wrote regarding a nuisance at East Cobar. The aldermen agreed that no such nuisance existed as that complained of. The Council Clerk of the Bourke Council wrote stating that Ald Faithful would wait on the Cobar representatives regarding a deputation to the Railway Commissioners on the subject of a night train from Bourke once a week during the summer months. It was decided to obtain the alignment posts from Messrs Goodlet and Smith. Mr Spence wrote stating that the Gover- nor was coming. The Governor and party would not require hotel accommodation, as they would travel in a State car. The Go- vernor had made all arrangements regarding   the drive through from Cobar...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

From the Warren Herald we clip the following : — The Secretary of the Warren Jockey Club has received a letter from Mr W. Hunt, of the Young Australian Mine, Cobar, in which he states that he has approved of a design furnished by Mr J. Josephson, the well-known jeweller, of Blayney, and the trophy will be forwarded in a few days. Mr Hunt has thus soon set about the fulfilment of his handsome promise, and we trust that the gentle-   man will be here to see the Cup run for. He will be glad to learn that   the Club intend building the Grand Stand and Saddling Paddock sug- gested as likely to be undertaken at   the last meeting.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Nominations. The following are the nominations for the two principal events at the forthcoming races: — Cobar Turf Club Handicap st. lb. Nick   Braeburn... Lilydale ... Merrallie ... ... The Spider Glenroy „ .. ... Eulong ... Zero .... Young Australian ... Portland ... ... Havelook ..; ... Gozoczar ... Gozetti ..   Cobar Cup. Nick ...   Braeburn... ... Lilydale ... Sundial... ... Merrallie ... The Spider ... . Albert Glenroy ... Eulong                 Lord Chesholm .:'. Zero   Young Australia Ingomar ... ... Sateen ... ... Portland ... Havelock ...     Gozoczar ... Gozetti Up to the time of going to press, 7 p.m., the weights had not been re- ceived.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Tennis.     In the second round of the ladies' tournament Miss Cusack 10 beat Miss Nicholls 5, by 75 to 57. The following is the result of the draw for the semi final of the above tournament:— Miss Budd 35 v Miss   Cusack 10 ; Miss Lister 25 v Mrs Musgrove scr.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 September 1899

Cobar District Hospital. To Contractors. TENDERS are invited for the erection of (1) NEW GENERAL WARD; (2) NEW INFECTIOUS WARD, at the Cobar District Hospi tal. . ? Plans and specifications may be seen at the Council Chambers, Cobar, and a copy sent on application. Tenders returnable on- Monday, Sept 25, 1899. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. En dorsnd tenders to be addressed to the undersigned. , JOHN LEAH, Secretary. Notice of Application for a Colonial Wine License. I, GEORGE BURFORD, of Dap ville, near Cobar, do hereby give no tice that I desire to obtain and will at the next Annual Licensing Court, to be holden at Cobar, on the second' day of October next, apply for a certificate authorising the issue of a Colonial Wine License for a house situate at Dapville, assessed at twenty six pounds a year. Dated the eleventh day of Septem ber, 1899. GEORGE BURFORD, Dapville. Pianoforte Tuning. MR THOMATBROMFIELD ex pects to return to Cobar about the 21st instant. ? Let...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Sheds for Spiiino Sowing. — Now is the time to sow all kinds of Spring fodder plants such at planter's friend, amber cane, sorghum, Hungarian millot, cow pea -fcc, &c. Also, all kinds of Spring vegetable and flower seeds. Messn, P. L. C. Shepherd -fc Son of 202 Pitt street supply the most reliablo seeds of every dnscrip tion.# Special Professional Visit. h Freeman and Wli56 The Eminent Specialists. Surety a Golduu Opportunity. CONSULT ION FREE. Dr A. M. Stanley LECTURE at tho Masonic Hall, TUESDAY, Sept 27 at 8 p.m. — FOR LADIES ONLY — Same Evening at 8 — FOR MEN ONLY — Admission to both Meetings Free. can be Consulted FREE AT. TATTERSALL'S HOTEL DAILY From Sept. 27 to Oct. 2. 10 a m. to 4 p.m , and 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. TOBACCO. 'What brand of tobacco do you smuke ?' a man aBks of a friend, as he hands bacii the plug whioh he has bor rowed. ' Oh, I always sraoko Signet,' is th; reply, ' and I will tell you why. It is the beit flavored, sweetest, and 7nosfc economical emoko you c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

WISHES to inform his patrons and the residents of Cobar and District that lie has purchased the 'Wlxeolxv-rlelatilixs ei.x3.c3. - - - 3a la,ols:s iaa.lt la.in.s BuHlneB°i 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. — * — . . .THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT IN.QUEEN ST., IS NOW CLOSED. The Hot Weather and a Malarial Climate generate RESCUES & RECUPERATES fVM REDUCED TO SKIN AND BONE. (nT oun spkcial rkfoktik.) 'living' received information of the .'iiliir Miccuss of Cl- ments Tonic in curing 1.' K. S. (iibb of iiileniiitl«nt fever, anil . nerul ilehilily mising out of tlmt cpki 1 :. 1 11 1 , mil' spcuiul reporter culled rn the lc m Merer at hia residence, Xo. 21 Fr.incii iiei 1, Sydney. Mr. Gibb wus in, and B»id ? would bcjilciiseil to furnish full Particulars of His Illness ( -i the manner in which Clomeuta Tonic -\u Veil it f i -inn his system. ? ;1 A very olistimilennd difficult complaint ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

A Brilliant Rescue. A BROKEN DO WN SYSTEM RE NOVATED. THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL AND THREE LEADING DOCTORS PRONOUNCE THE CASE HOPELES. ' I WAS SO WEAK THAT I HAD TO BE LIFTED OUT OF THE CAB.' AN EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG CASE FOR BILE BEANS. (Fully Investigated by the Adelaide Advertiser) From time to time many wonder full cures have been placed to the credit of Bile Beans for Biliousness, we have now to chronicle an excep tionally strong case of a lady in Adelaide, who has suffered terribly for many years. The person is Mrs ftl. E. Austin, of Exeter Curve, Sema phore Road, Semaphore, South Aus tralia, and when interviewed by a reporter from the Atlelaiile Advertiser in reference to her permanent cure by Bile Beans, told her story in the the following way : — -n.99.iflr 'I contracted '^t^^J ^1 rhematic fever1 ffipTO^J J^hic r^ aD0U'i e 1 e v en ^^^P^^X^j^^ years ago. At Imwi*ISil-!hM timo I Ts sG) /\^k-'X^I ] ^ghte611 weeks, J^S«Irs§5ny^»'ol naa recurred to ^^ me every year regularly since th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Ex -Councillor T. Pickup, Esq., Glenelg Family Hotel, Thanks WARNER'S Safe Cure. He says : ' It is now five years ago since I suffered from my liver and kidneys. I had severe pain across m) loins and under the shoulder b'ades, which made me feel very much depressed and disinclined to attend to business. Doctors failing to relieve me, I made up my mind to try War ner's Safe Cure. I gave it a fair trial, taking in a'l about ten bottles, with tho gratifying result that I am perfectly cured. Thanks to Warner's Safe Cure. Obni Paul, of the Transvaal, says it'a not the English, but tho Scotch that worry him. This is apropos of tho Tankee'i remark : ' first thing an Englishman wants when he strikes America is an hotel; tho first thing an Irishman wants is a uniform ; the first thing a Scotchman wants is a vote— then he takes the rest.' I have I een afflicted with rheumitism for fourteen ye-irn anH nothing 6eomed to give any relief. I was oMe to bo around all the time, but cor.sfunily suf f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

P. 5NELS0N, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, &c., L1NSL.BY STUBET, COBAB. Patroniso P. Snelson, the recognised Fumily Bukcr, where jou will get toe best if everything going in his on°* Picnioa, PartieB, «KM supplied onllioahortee, notice, and in feet over.v description of catering executed, .flilililH, ; Haroonrt Streot, . COBAB. PROPRIETORS. MINE 0EDERS..A SPECIALITY. Agentb f»r Band Drill and Eaeks Kock -'o., and all mining rpquiaiteB. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. Agent for KlonJyke Gold Dishes and . Auralin — a god-aend to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made ijjji i % i a Mil!!! jj|I0|5 r* * | J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller OF ALI KIMDB OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELATDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL OUTTEB. PEOPLE IN THE COTJ^T'jeET can rely up receiving Prompt Attention :' FAIB :-ASTD SatTAEE VALUE. J JOSBPHSOU. Blayney. palmym' TEA is the purest of hill-grown . The Finest in the Market, and yet very economical. Try It and you will use no otbei Whol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

RELIABLE FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTOTS, AND BBDIftlG AND WHERE TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEOEGE AND LIVERPOOL STREET3. DRAWING ROOM SUITE, in Tapestry and Plush, Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and '4 Carved Chairs, for £4 10a j 50 others, 5, 10 lo 20 guineas, at HALL'S. 3EDROOM ' SUITE, WALNUT COLOR OR POLISHED PINE, Wardrobe, Plate glass Door nnd Drawers, I uohesa Chest Drawers, with glass at tached, Marble top Washetand, Towel Rail, and Cane Chair, £8 15s ; 30 Bedroom Suites to solect from, 9, 12, 18 to 50 guineas. FINING BOOM SUITE, VEPYISTRONG COUCH, PAIR EASY and 6 SMALL CHAiaS, All spring-ao!«ted and Padded Backs, 0 guineas ; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20. gnineas, at HALL'S. full-size half-tester bed stead, BRASS RAIL, Double-wire Mattress, and Set Best Wool Flack with beBt Kapok Bedding, Jii 10s ; Bedding, £3 153. 50 Latest Design Bedsteaks to select from at H ALL'S* .A._ HALL &- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. 581, 563, 565, 567 GEORGE-STREET. Country Orders Pac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

The Sensation of Suffoca tion. AN EXPEBIKNCE DESCRIBED. There is probably no gentleman better known in commercial circles than Mr A. Spalding. This gentle man has had an experience both un pleasant and dangerous. Seen at his home, 84 Derwent street, Glebe, in this connection, Mr Spadling re marked to your representative thai the sensation of suffocation was mie of the most painful be had evor endured, but continued he, ' In ordnr that you may understand the experi ence I am about to relate ynu must know that at the time it bn|-pjued I had been for a long time confined to my room, the result of a severe cold which had not been properly treated and which eventually developed into bronchitis. I lost my appetite and soon after became feverish and would sweat very much, especial y at night. Great difficulty was found in breath ing, and sometimes I could only gasp, and very often was unable to speak. I thought I should suffocate. Medical aid was called, and several allogod bronchitis cure...

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