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

Masonic Hall. Lessee ... Mb. J. A. CARROLL. Positively Two Nights Only — - Friday £ Saturday, SEPTEMBER 29th & 30th. THE— Princess Comic Opera Co., Headed by the favorite prima Sonna — Miss EMMA WANGENHEIM, And assisted by the following Metro politan Artists — Misses May Mounser, Lily De Vere, G. Cortroy, D. Melrose, and Valerie Ellesmere, Messrs Sam Wilson, H. Cato, H. Clinton, J. D. Stoyle, J. McShane, and the marvel lous boy Soprano (Master Rodda Towsey). FRIDAY, SEPT. 29.— Planquette's latest and best, ' RIP VAN WINKLE.'* Splendid Scenery and Beautiful Wardrobe. Seats may be reserved at j Dalgarno's Popular Prices, 3s, 2 and is. E1JNIE S. DUNCAN, Representative Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Pist Office, Sydney, Sept. 5, 1899. TENDERS are invited for the per formance, from the 1st January next, of a large number of Mail Services throughout the Colony, and will be received at the General Post Office up to noon on Monday, the 16th October next. Tenders m...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

(Drawn Half Size.) W. Jno. Bakor'a New Design ' BUSH KNIFE,' (Blade 6| inches,) complet* /'itffli'V1 /\l tvnhM.eath.a.'tieach. Post free. / 3sfc *O J*V« HUNTING KNIFE, Broader Blade, wiih Shoath, 4/6 each. Other designs in Sheath KniTes f /P^ *» \ irum 1/6 each, uost free. Piewo write for free illastratrataduatalogua / /v 'V'W^Tj 'V* ' ^ ^ Beware of *^ \ Designed t\ Imitations PV -\ in Australia XfTfe5^^ 1^1 :v l\ *or Australians S*1 J&p*^. V'' rl iT^CT^K^ ^ Thou ands In use \ -ss#^*^Jer' B My wk ff r f ench, post free. -^S*$Z St\-y With ordinary ^^^ each, poBt free. [ - ^jS^s W. JNO. BAKER'S STATION or FARMER'S KNIFE. (Registered Design.) Note. — With Special Wool Sweep Skinning and Lance Blades. No. 150.— Stng Handle (an illuf-tratud) 7/- each, or 3 for 20/-. Post free. ¥#„ Jbio. BMCEB, CyfBer? 3 Hunter St., Sydna^., \^jy V.-..m; mention this paper when ordorinjf. Vice=Regal Visit. THE Public of the Town and Dis trict of Cobar are cordially invited to attend the reception ...

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Ladies Benevolent Society Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Ladies Benevolent So- ciety Ball. A ball in aid of the funds of the Ladies Benevolent Society was held on Wednesday, the 20th Sept., in the Masonic Hall, which, with its dec- orations of bunting, evergreens, &c, presented a pleasing spectacle, aided by the bright and becoming costumes of the ladies present, some of whom were in fancy dress ; about 30 couples were present. Under the efficient management of the ladies of the Society, ample refreshments were provided. Mesdames Jeffery, Daley, and Crow officiated at the tables. The music was in the able hands of Miss Lister, who gave every satis- faction. The Mayor, Mr Snelson, returned thanks on behalf of the So- ciety, to those who had attended, and who in other ways had assisted. The following is a list of the ladies present : — Mrs Musgrove, cream satin, black chenile net and black beads / Mrs M. Duffy, cream silk with pink and white chrysanthemums ; Mrs Breden, 'Grecian '; Mrs Baker, cream   and buttercup; Mrs ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Local and General. Sale of Rights - This (Saturday) after- noon, at 4.30 Mr N. Morrison will sell by public auction, the various rights in con-   nection with the forthcoming Eight-Hour Demonstration viz.. Publican's Booth, Re- freshment Room, Fruit Stall, and cards of   events. Furniture Sale. — Townspeople are again reminded of the sale of Mr P. Mat-   hews household furniture and effects, which   will commence on Monday next, at 2 p.m., and be continued daily until the list is dis- posed of. This is an exceptional opportunity for those wishing to furnish. Not Exclusive. — The Mayor has asked us to make public the fact that the Vice- Regal banquet to be held on Tuesday next will not be in any way exclusive, such an impression having gained circulation. The public are invited to attend and make the fixture a large and representative one. Very Good. — We learn with pleasure from the secretary of the Cobar School of   A...

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

Cobar Alive To the good of its people and glad to be so. When you know a good thing tell it. It will not lessen its goodness. It will do good to others. If you've been cured tell it. There s more misery just like it. Waiting to find out how. There are lots of lame backs in Cobar.       It's a busy place and backs are used. There's urinary trouble to a large extent. Ever notice many people over 40 complain ? Seven out of ten say colds affect the kidneys. The kidneys are the cause, not the colds. '... - Keep them in shape and life is life. You can do it easily and pleasantly. No nauseating disturbances. No effect except on the kidneys. But the effect is quick and per manent. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills do perfect work. And Cobar is full of their praise. Mrs K. Manning, of Gibb street, Dubbo, informs us : My husband suffered from an aching back. He was not, as far as I am aware, troubled with any other symptoms of kidney complaint. (In many cases...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

MINING. The Occidental mill cleaned up on Thursday. The gold was brought in on Friday. The run was for three weeks. Cobar Gold Mines are dropping 100 head now, and everything is said to be going well. An extraordinary meeting of share- holders in the Cobar Chesney Mine has empowered the directors to borrow on debentures the sum of £20,000 at 6 per cent, to provide for the erection of a 90-ton smelter and to duplicate the concentrators. It was decided that the directors be instructed to sell the 1700 forfeited shares which had been purchased and were held in trust for the company.   The Drysdale cyanide plant is just about completed. The next thing required is a cyanide manager, and the company has engaged Mr Will Chapple, who is well-known in this district. He was engaged under Mr Wauchope when the Australian Gold Recovery Co was working the Old Huntington mill and cyanide plant,   and subsequently by the Cobar Gold Mines. Since then Mr Chapple has been in ...

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A Progressive Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

A Progressive Business. Messrs A. Hall and Co's furniture warehouse at 561, 568, 565, and 567 George-street holds so great a variety of goods that a fair sample of almost everything required can be found there.   There is something very commonplace — and homely. One would have to be gifted beyond the ordinary range to find any poetry in a washstand, or much music in a drawing room suite, yet some of the specimens on view there are, at any rate, handsome enough to excite admiration, as well as astonishment, at the marvellous completeness of the modern furniture- maker's art. Everything is right up to-date, and of the latest patterns. The fr^nt of the shop, where the main entrance is, has fim plate glass win dows, fitted with goods tastefully arranged, and on entering, the visitor i assses into the centre of three spa cious halls. These are stocked from floor to ceiling with sleeping-room requisites of all kinds. Suites in wal nut, ash, and New Zealand pine, beds of iron ...

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Restdown. (From our Correspondent.) Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Restdown. (From our Correspondent.) Monday. There is nothing fresh to report. The battery is idle, and so are the principal claims, viz., the Reward, Good Friday, and Victoria Camp, and as long as this continues the mill must remain idle. There is a two months' supply of water in the dam.

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A Mining Loss. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

A Mining Loss. Mr J. Whear Hoberts, until lately mining editor of the Telegraph, in the course of an open letter to Mr Lynn in the D.T. says : — ' I am bound to express the opinion that the retire ment of Mr Cook from office at this particu ar juncture is nothing short of a public calamity. That retiroment is unquestionably equivalent to swapp 'iig horses when fording the stream. Headers of the Daily Telegraph aro well aware that in my former capacity of mining editor I whs not sparing in condemnation of Ministers and officials where circumstances seemed to me to justify censure, nor have I been so unfair as not to give praise where it has been deserved. Officially I have declared that Mr Cook was the first ' live ' Minister for Mines that we ever had, and now, as a humble out sider, 1 repeat that opinion. He evinced so much earnestness in en deavouring to master the inlricaaies of tho departmental work ; he dis payed so intelligent a grasp of the requirements of the industry ; h? s...

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The Governor's Visit. THE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

The Governor's Visit. THE ARRANGEMENTS. On Tuesday afternoon next at 2.45 o'clock a special train is expected to arrive at the Cobar Railway station, having on board Governor Beauchamp and party, the Minister for Lands (Mr Hassall), the Minister for Mines (Mr Fegan), Mr Spence, possibly the Premier, and other members of Parlia- ment. The Mayor is busy making all necessary preparations, and it may be fairly anticipated that there will be no hitch in the arrangements. On Wednesday evening a meeting of the various committees was held in the Council Chambers, when the following gentlemen attended : — The Mayor and Messrs Leah, Morrison, Hunt, Pass, Cotton, Phillips, An- drews, Duffy, Kinkead, Armstrong and Musgrove. Apologies were re- ceived from several gentlemen who were unable to attend. Mr Leah read various items of correspondence. Mr Lyne wrote to the effect that the Ministers would be present, and if possible he would come himself, Mr Waddell would also   strain every...

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Sporting. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Sporting. The Turf. The following are the weights for the two principal races at the forth- coming October meeting : — C. T. C. Handicap, H Mile, Oct. 10 . st. lb. Glenroy ... 9 5 Braeburn... 9 5 Hero ... 9 0 Havelock 8 10 Gozoczar 8 10 Eulong ... 8 8 Portland 8 8 Cobar Cup, 1 st. lb. Glenroy ... 9 7 Braeburn 9 7 Zero ... 9 2 Havelock 8 12 Gozoczar 8 12 Eulong .. 8 10 Portland 8 5 Lilydale 8 0 Sundial . 8 0 Gozetti . 7 12 st. lb. Lilydale ... 7 13 Gozetli .. 7 10 The Spider 7 8 Merrallie 7 2 Young Aus- tralian ... 7 0 Nick ... 6 7 Mile, Oct. 12 st. lb. Lord Ches- holm ... 7 10 The Spider 7 5 Ingomar... 7 6 Merrallie 7 4 Young Aus- tralian 7 2 Nick ... 6 10 Albert ... 6 7 Sateen ... 6 7 Mr James Hackett, hairdresser and to- bacconist, of Mitohell street, Bourke, desires his many friends and patrons to know that all business and sporting commissions are strictly private, and executed with dispatch. Pre-paid telegrams replied to immediately. Mr J. Hunt expects Ingomar, Zero, and Young ...

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The New Premier. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

The New Premier. The Hon. William John Lyne, who has been sent for by the Governor to form a Ministry, was born at Apslaw, Tasmania, on April 6, 1844, and is therefore in his 56th year. He is the eldest son of John Lyne, of Gala, Tasmania, by his marriage with Lilias Cross Carmichael, daughter of James Hume, of Edinburgh, Scotland. At 20 years of age, he went to Queens- land, and was among the first to take up squatting country on the Gulf of Carpentaria. He subsequently re- turned to Tasmania, and filled the position of clerk to the Glamorgan   Municipal Council till 1875, when he proceeded to N.S.W., and started squatting pursuits on the Murray, near Albury. In 1880 he was re- turned to the Legislative Assembly for the Hume, and became Minister for Public Works in the first Dibbs Ministry, from November 2 to De- comber 21, 1885, holding the same position in the Jennings Ministry   from February, 1886, to January, 1887. He was Minister for Lands in the sec...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

BREVITIES. Cricket is going to hum this season. Sacrificed for the French Army — Dreyfus. Mount Hope is said to be going ahead once more.   Remember Mr Scott's furniture sale commencing on Monday. For August the Victorian gold yield was 81, 867 oz.       Native dogs are said to be bad out Restdown way.               A man named Martin died in the Hospital on Sunday.   Monday's concert should be a huge success. Mr Jeffery is an excellent organiser.                 Summer, with its dust and flies, and big demand for shandy-gaff, is on us. The members o£ the Nyngan Jockey Club are considering the advisability of holding a Spring meeting. The excavations for the foundation of the Court House additions have been made. D. J. Mahoney,...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Topics of the Week. It may be said that the Transvaal trouble has merged to the brink of war, and it is expected every day that the cable man will be flashing along the news that war has been declared. A certain opinion is held by some that Great Britain is exceeding ber bounds in the action she has taken, but it must also be taken into consideration that the present proceedings arose from a prayer from Britishers in the Transvaal fgr the redress of the tyrannies they have had to endure ; while at the same time developing the country, enriching the coffers of the state, and bearing within a compara tive fraction the entire cost of govern ment. That the Boer owes his national existence to the British is borne out by history. It was in or about 1877 that Cetewayo, the Zulu King, driven tc desperation by the Boers encroaching on hi? frontier, gathered his men together to fight the last great fight— to wipe the Boers out of existence. At this time, it is said, the Boer exchequer was emp...

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Cricket Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Cricket Association Meeting. The adjourned meeting of the Cobar Cricket Association was held at the Grand Hotel on Tuesday evening when all the delegates were present. Mr N. Morrison presided. The auditors presented their report stating that the bowling and batting averages had been found to be correct with one exception. The exception referred to consisted of P. Gilligan's batting average being reduced from 36 to 30.8, owing to the Secretary of the Copper mine not hav- ing credited not-out innings in his returns to the Association. The Secretary of the Association was then unanimously asked to withdraw his resignation, to which Mr Sweetman consented. Two handsome trophies, now being exhibited in Mr Leiper's window, were received from J. R. Reid and Sons and James Searle, of Sydney. It was therefore decided to present the former — a dinner gong — to the winning team in the first grade competition. The trophy presented by Searle will go to the winning team in the second grade competi...

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Eight Hour Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Eight Hour Day. Tho following handicaps have been de- clared in connection with the Eight Hour Day Sports: —   Foot Races. Opening, 100 | Sh'f'ld 125 Leo ... 3 ... 3 J. Hogan .. 3 ... 3 G. McDonald ... 9 R. Jacobs ... 9 ... 10 H. Egerton... 9 ... 10 W. Davis ... 9 ... 10 P. Gilligan ... 10 . ... P. Wright ... ... 10 B. Pearce ... ... 10     Ferguson ... 10 ... 11 S. Grant ... ...10 ... 12   F. Reece 12 ... 14.   Jas. Frost ... 13 .. 14 P. Bowen ... 16 .     Cycle Races.     Dem. Hcp, 3 miles | Hosp'l Hcp, 2 miles. F. Neilson ... scr ... scr A. Gudgeon ... scr _ scr   B. Marquhardt 25 ... 15 H. Salisbury 165 ... .   Lowe ... 225 ... 150 M'Laughlin ... 225 ... 150   Rowlings ... 250 ... 170 Renshall ... 290 ... 190 J. Gudgeon ... 230 . J. Mitchell ... 350 .. 230 F. Gudgeon ..375 _ .. 250 Novice Handicap, 1½ miles.   &a...

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CRICKET TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

CRICKET TEAMS. The following players have been chosen to represent the Half-Holiday in the first grade match against the Water Jacket eleven, commencing on Wednesday next:— F. Ward, B. Ward, C. Alley, J. Hunt, J. Loughman, J. Stevenson, M. Duffy, A Ferguson, W. Leiper, C. Bushell, Geo. McDonald, and Rush. In the second grade match, Half-Holiday v Chesney, to be played at Chesney ground on Wednesday next, the following will re- present the Half-Holiday:— F. and A.   Waghorn, R. & W. Stewart, E. Everett,   T. Gandy, W. Crawley, T. Kinkead, D. Richmond, D Cameron, B. Bradley, and E. Pass. The following players have been selected to play for the Water Jacket in the match   with the Copper Mine eleven this (Saturday) afternoon:— R. Field, R. Ryan, M. Soane,   L Thomas, R. Breden, J. Hogan, A. Cadell, P. O'Donnell, F. Finch, G. Lane, J. Mit- chell, J. Frost (12), and J. Balfour (13).

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Tennis. In the ladies' tennis tournament Miss Cusack (10) beat Miss Budd (35) by 75 to 69.

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Cricket. HALF HOLIDAY V. COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Cricket. HALF HOLIDAY V. COPPER MINE. The first Cricket Association match of the season was concluded on Wednesday, when the Copper Mine eleven defeated the Half Holiday team by 9 wickets and 2 runs. Mr J. McLaughlan captained the Mine team and Mr Leiper the Half Holiday. Follow- ing are the scores and bowling averages : — Half Holiday— 1st innings. B. Ward, c M'Laughlin. b Conley ... 10 C. Alley, c A. Ward, b J. Ward ... 17 A. Ferguson, b Conley ... .... 0 F. Ward, c Lanyon, b J. Ward ... 24 J. Hunt, c Conley, b M'Laughlin ... 8 Leiper, b O'Dea .. ... 35   Loughman, b Conley .. ... 3   Duffy, c Lanyon, b Conley ... ... 10 McDonald, b Gilligan .... .. ...... 6 Waghorn, b Gilligan... ...3   Rush, not out .. ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 10 Total ... 126       Bowling Analysis— Conley 18 overs, 46 runs, 4 wickets; M'Laughlin 12 over, 29 runs, 1 wicket; P. Goold 7 overs,16 runs 0 wickets ; J. Ward 4 overs, 1...

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Wool Sales. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Wool Sales. Friday. At this week's wool sales, 10,800 bales were offered, 18,700 bales in all being sold at auction and privately. There was a great attendance of buyers, and keen and excited bidding. The prices are the best for many years. Greasy merino wool sold up to 14¼d, and scoured to 2s. The following are the prices realised for western clips : — greajy, Budda, 9 Jd ; Hodges Gilgandra, 13d ; Calga, 12d ; Ryder's, Trangie, 12Jd ; Smith's Warren, 18 Jd; Falkinhagen's,Bourkt, lOd; Moorland's, Walgett, 12d ; Pinegrove's, Brewarrina, 11-Jd ; Rose dale, Bourke, lOd ; Tallawanta, 9£d ; Wonbobbie, lid ; Meramie, ll^d ; Gunningbar, 12Jd; Jugar's, Nevertire, 12£d ; Colless's, Woodstock, lid ; Montgomery's, Warren, lid ; McJol man's, Warron, Hid; Gumin's, Gil gandra, ll£d ; Boorara, Bourke, 12-Jd ; scoured — Waddell's, Bathurst, Is ll|d ; Boorara, Bourke, Is 9£d; Gundabooka, Bourke, Is 10£d ; and Wanaaring, Is lid. London, Thursday. There was an extraordinarily large attendance at the w...

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