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

Cycling. A committee meeting of the Cobar Cycle Club was held at the Great Western Hotel on Thursday evening. There was a fair attendance. It was decided to offer about £30 in prizes at the meeting on the 9th Nov. There will be no races over 1½ miles, and   only one at that distance. The particulars will be arranged in a day or two. It was decided to place the ground in charge of a caretaker. On Thursday of last week the White Cliffs League of wheelmen held a cycling carnival. An idea of the population of the Opal fields may be gleaned from the fact that there were 1200 people present. The following are the results of the principal events:   Maiden Handicap, 1 mile — Peek, 96yds 1 ; Martlew, 55yds 2 ; M'Bean, 105, 3. Time, 2min 31sec. Half Mile Handicap— Conley, 65, 1 ; Martlew, 75, 2 ; Stephens, 35, 3. Time 1min 7 2-5th secs. Opal Wheel Race, 2 miles — Conley, £20, 260yds, 1 ; Harris, £5, 260, 2 ; Joyce, £2 10s, 205, 3. Won by two inches. Time, 5min 8 2-5t...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Telegrams. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Telegrams. Sydney. Friday. In the case Lowe v Herald, a ver- dict wa3 given for plaintiff for £294. Mr R. E. O'Connor 'has been ap pointed a Supreme Court Judge. Mersrs See, Perry, Hassall, and Woodhave been re-elected unopposed. Mr Bavister has definitely decided to oppose Mr Wise, and the tatter's defeat is considered not improbable. Speaking at Culcairn yesterday, Mr Lyne declared that money would have to be raised by some purpose to keep the roads and bridges in repair. It was impossible that they could be al lowed to remain in their present de plorable condition. A proposal to send in Australian contingent to the Transvaal will be discussed by a conference, of interco lonial military commandants. The total dividends yielded by the Kalgoorlie gold mines so far amounts to £2,492,720.

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

The Trigger. A committee meeting of the Cobar Rifle Club was held at Mr Dalgarno's shop on Tuesday evening. It was agreed to arrange competitions. The first of the series of handicap matches commenced on Wednes- day, and will be continued every alternate Wednesday. The ranges are 800yds and 700yds. The prizes for each contest are 12 packets cartridges 1st, 6 pkts 2nd, and 3pkts 3rd. There are range prizes of two packets for the highest scores at each range with proportionate handicap. Out of the three competitions an aggregate prize of £2 2s will be given for the highest two scores ; 21s for the second ; and a ventometer (gift of Mr Caddell) value 10s 6d, 3rd. The following is the result of the Wed- nesday's shooting : — 600yds 700yds h'd'c'p t'l T. Hunt 13 21 20 fi4 F. Grill 19 14 20 63 Cadell 31 19 — fin R. A. Meek 27 13 7 47 W.Hunt 27 12 7 46 J. Cotton 20.. 20 — 40 H. Dalgarno 2e ? ' 14 — 40 Kelly lgj.-1. 10 11 37 T. Rowe 17 1 i 6 11 33 Richmond 13 11 17 31 R. Johnston 15 ? 10 2 ...

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered Eucalypti Extract, whioh possess no curative qualities. In protection of the world wido fame of Sandbk and Sons' preparation wo publish a few abstracts from those reports, which bear fully out that no reliance can bo placed in other iroducts:— Dr. W. B. Eush, Oakland, Hal., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sander and Son's.) I employed different othor pre parations, they had no thorapoutio valuo no bad effects. In ono caso the effects wore similar to tho oil camphora, tho objectionable action of which is wol known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sander and Sons) I used no other form of eucalypti asll think it is by far the best.' Dr. L. P.'Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes ' I never used any preparation other than Sander and Sons', as I found tho otho...

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Nymagee. [From your Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 September 1899

Nymagee. [From your Correspondent.] Everything in this town and in the   district seems to be on the high road to prosperity, as far as the mining and pastoral pursuits are concerned. We have had an abundance of rain with the prospects of more. The grass is   growing very rapidly, and in the course of a few weeks it will do away with the hay, chaff, and corn which   has been in demand so much of late. With all these blessings of nature, we have not been behind with amuse- ments. The first item to be men-   tioned is the Hospital Ball, which   eventuated on Wednesday evening, about 50 couples attending. Danc- ing was kept up till about 5 a.m. The music was supplied by the local Brass Band assisted by some of our lady friends, who played in order to give the bandsmen the pleasure of a few dances. A good supper was pro- vided by Mr C. J. Buttershaw and staff. Being a very poor judge of ladies' apparel, I am unable to furn...

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

Now Don't Stand There Talking ! And miss the Saje at the Commer cial Hotel Ejninp: on at 4.80 p.m. this SATURDAY, including One Publican's Booth One 'Refreshment Room One Fruit Stall And Cards and Books of the events For the Eight-Hrrar Demonstration in aid of the Cobar District Hospital. Largest gathering ever seen antici pated. NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH. N. MORRISON & CO., Auctioneers. Cobar District Hospital. To Contractors. TENDERS are invited for the erection of (1) NEW GENERAL WARD; (2) NEW INPECTOUS WARD, at the Cobar District Hospi tal. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Council Chambers, Cobar, and a nopy sent on application. Tenders returnable on Monday, Sept 25, 1899. Trie lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. En dorsed tenders to be addressed to the undersigned. JOHN LEAH, Secretary. Important Sale OF Valuable Household Furniture. J. M. ~5C0TT HAS received instructions from P. MATHEWS, Esfj., to sell by Public Auction the whole of his Choice and Va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

Bristol Circus. Manager was in Trouble. The manager of Bristol Circus, writing from Sydney, explains that travelling with his show in winter, exposed to all kind of weather, brought on rheumatic pains al over his bu^y and limbs, so that it was difficu t to walk about at all. Ho says : '1 tried various remedies, but got nothing to give me relief until I tried Warner's bate Rheumatic Cum. After taking a few bottles it drovo tV-o rheumatics completely out of my body, nnd loft it tnly in my feet; but continuing the remedy it was not lone before I was Wired.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

10 'i'UOM! ABOUT TO BUILD. SAKTQM~~& BlliMS Timber and Joinery Merchants, PYRWiO^T HAVE in Slock ready for Im''«d''tc Supply, PORTABLE WEATHER BOARD COTTAGES of all descriptions, wady for orrc'ion i Frames only, or fitted C° OouiiVry orders dispatched1'' with prompti tml, u ml care. Offices and Hill.. Pyrmont Bride.' Soar. Branch Yards and Wharves, UliwkwBt.tl.1 Bay. Send for Price L.nts. Timb.-r, Joinory, Mouldings, furnery Galvanised Iron and Builde-m1 .Supplies or all kinds at Lowost Current Hjtes. ?II HUT, Harcourt Streot, COBAR. Grey Bros., PROPRIETORS. MINE OBDBBS_A_ SPECIALITY. Agents for Band Drill and Racka Eock -'o., aDd all mining requisites. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. Agent for Klondyke Gold Dishes and Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blaoksmith's Tuyere irons made 1 ju?i.^ w I |J 5p\ ™ ' O ?$£ '. I J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST, OF iLl KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELA1DE-ST., — mtfATBrnw.- DIAMOND SETTER & OPAL C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

RELIABLE FURNITURE, CABPETS, BEDSTEADS, AiO BEDDING' AND WHERK TO GET IT . A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAWING ROOM SUITE, in Ttiuettry and Plusli, Couoh, Pair Easy Chain, and 4, Carved Chain, for £4 10s j 60 others, 5, 10 to 20 guineas, at HALL'S. DttDROOM SUITE, WALNUT COLOR OR POLISHED PINE, Wardrobe, Plate gUeri Door and Drawers, I uchess CheBt Drawers, with gift's at la-hed, Marble top Wnslittnn'l. Towel Kail, and Cane fhnir, £6 15s; 30 Brdroom Suites to select from, !), 12, 18 to 50 guineas. JININGKOOM SUITE, VKPY STRONG COUCH, PAIR EASY and 0 SMALL CHAIRS, All Bpring-achted and Padded Backs, -- guineas ; 20 others, 7, 12, and 2 ? gnineas, at HALL'S. FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTER BED STEAD, BRASS RAIL, Double-wire Mattre... and Set Best Woo' Flaok with beat Kapok Bedding, 4» 10s ; Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bedstcaka to select from at HALL'S^ .A._ H-A-HiL Sz- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. 161. 563, 565, 567 GEORGE-STREET. Country Orders Packed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

A Grand ' GEISHA ! .FAIR' IN AID OF THE r. o. a-ELjzr c\ oh — WILL BE HELD IN THE — Masonic Hall During Race Week. Business Announcement THR undersigned begs to ii-r - »i the Pub'lic of Cobar and District 1... i having bought the^ ' BAKERY BUSINESS (formerly carried on bj JMr Mar ker), The eaid business will in future Le carried on as the Great Western Bakery Wh re the BeEt Bread, etc., etc. will be obtainable at the Lowest Prioe. (Signed) L. H, W1LLSON, In reference tn tho above I deg're to return thanks for past favors. WILLIAM MAKKER

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

Test Patience. The most patient people must show annoyance at times. Nothing spoils a good disposition quicker. Nothing taxes a man's patience, Like any irritation of the skin. All day it makes you miserable. All night it keeps you awake. Just the same with Eczema. Such miseries are daily decreasiug. People aro learning they can be cured. Learning tho merit of Doau's Oint ment. Plenty of proof that Doan's Oint ment will cure piles. Eczema, or any other irritation of the skin. Koad tho testimony of a Dubbo citizen. Mrs E. Allan of Carrington Avenue, Dubbo, is married to a well known coachbuilder, and has resided in Dubbo for 18 years. Sho furnishes us with the following : — In our house we have found Doan's Ointment very effectivo in removing sores or pimples from tho skin. I consider this ointment a very good remedy for any kind of skin eruption. This is short but compre hensive testimony as to tho morits of Doan!s Ointment. Nothing what might be added could well increase its value....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

yp^ ffir U^j Vf stimulant ft / f\t \\Tcbeer the I'/ ipS Iw mind and Al {[ If ff |f In the entire A\\ y^H \m list of medi ' i/^S^t^V 'here is nothing /^S» I \/ 1 M aeretable a::d LU=^g Vjy beneficial as M \ Wolfe's J 1y Schnapps \ BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. \ Court Houses * Hotel, Barton and Broomfleld-sts., ; ? COBAK. PROPRIETOR, Patrons of this centrally situated and airy corner house can depend on receiving every attention and comfort, Visitors and Boaiders will find ex cellent accommodation. Only the brsl brands of Win s, Beers and Spit-its' kept in sto-.sk. Special attention is priven to the cool ing of all drinks in ihe bot weather. Excellent Cuisine. Good Stabling and competent groom. Well managed Billiard .^aloon. Note the address — S. RILEY, Gonvfc House Hotel HONEST MANHOOD, PHYSICAL PERFECTION. TUB MASTERPIECE OT? CREATIVE POWER. TTow art thou sought by those who hare ?lv.-.vn too freely on tho BANK Otf LIFE hi i.nrly days of j -yful manhood, till the vil.ilit.T has eiven out, ...

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THE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

THE ACCIDENT. Mr and Mrs Hughes are a married couple at Keewong station, eight miles from Paddington. Some little while back their little daughter, a nice, prepossessing young lady of some ten or eleven summers, was taken ill at Hillston, where she was at school in the local convent, and from where she was removed to Keewong. There, under the balmy Occidental breezes and other invigorating properties of the surrounding locality, she rapidly recovered her wonted vigor and ro- bustness, to the great delight of her parents, above mentioned. Last week, however, she was paying a short visit to Mrs Smith's, of Bool- badah, where, it appears, she was es- corted by 'Paddy,' the King of the   neighbouring aboriginal tribes and half-castes. 'Paddy' was riding a   Keewong pony, to quieten it for Mr Tetley's sons to ride. Boolbadah is about four miles, on Cobar side, of Keewong, and about the same distance from Paddington. 'Paddy' here   tied the pony to a...

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A Sad Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

A Sad Fatal Accident. (By Backblocks.) The above headline, Sir, is justified, as indicating to readers of the Cobar Herald the brief particulars which I am about to chronicle, touching same, and which illustrates once again — if, indeed, such be necessary — the mani- fold hardships, griefs, privations and other things which fate occasionally combines to make harder and more burdensome the lot of our pioneers and add, seemingly unnecessarily, to the many drawbacks and sorrows at- tached to a bush life.

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A Successful Rabbit Trapper. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

A Successful Rabbit Trapper. One of the best shots and rabbit trappers around the district in which he resides is William F. Byrnes, of Toolern, near Melton, on the Bacchus Marsh line, Victoria. ' In fact,' said Mr Byrnes to a reporter recently, ' I am ever in my element when out on the hills trapping rabbits and securing game. Frequently I go   away for days at a time, and my experiences have been many and are ?worth relating. Some time ago, however, I had to relinquish my trapping and shooting excursions on account of an attack of galloping con- sumption, which at one time four noted doctors in Melbourne declared to be incurable. Mr Byrnes said that he also suffered from tuberculous affection of the hip, great prostration, night sweats, a persistent hacking cough, loss of appetite, and an entire inability to move about. So bad did he become that he was removed to the Melbourne Hospital, where a very delicate operation was performed upon his hip. But this operation, al...

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Earl Beauchamp's Western Tour. COBAR'S WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

Earl Beauchamp's Western Tour. COBAR'S WELCOME. Earl Beauchamp was only in this colony for a short time, when he intimated his desire to see as much of the country as he possibly could during his tenure of Governorship. Since then he has been actively on tour. There are many spots of unsurpassed loveliness in this colony to which it might reasonably be supposed a gover- nor would concentrate his attention. But with regard to the gentleman who occupies this high position it is a noticeable fact that his desire for sight-seeing and personal information   is not confined to the very nicest of our scenic gems or the most desirable country routes to travel on. During recent months he has honored with his patronage numbers of country shows in our agricultural districts. Then, only last Friday he was to be found over at Mudgee, where he was welcomed by the Mayor and towns- people. He slept in camp that night, and on Saturday morning visited the Hon. G. H. Cox's shearing sheds,...

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THE ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

THE ARRIVAL. Shortly after 2 o'clock there was a dull, uncertain sort of sound to be heard in Cobar, and for the moment some wondered what it could be. It was the public school children march- ing in force to the railway station. Mr Lee, Mr Boxall, Misses James (2), Cusack, and Lee were in charge of them. Near the Terminus Hotel the Convent children fell into line, being marshalled by Misses Morrison and Kinkead, and Mr Duffy. Mr Dod- well's children also took part. The railway station was bedecked with bunting and at 2.30 there must have been considerably over one thousand people present. The children were lined in front of the station, with the public on either side of them. Senior- Sergeant Cameron and other members of the police preserved law and order.   On the platform proper only the leading citizens and the Band were allowed. Precisely at 2.45 p.m. the special steamed into the station. Several gentlemen stepped on to the platform and then appeared His Excellency...

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Vice-Regal Banquet. REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING. IMPORTANT SPEECHES. THE GOVERNOR ON DREYFUS CASE. MESSRS HASSALL AND MACKAY. MINISTERIAL INTENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

Vice- Regal Ban- quet. REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING. IMPORTANT SPEECHES. THE GOVERNOR ON DREYFUS CASE. MESSRS HASSALL AND MACKAY. MINISTERIAL INTENTIONS. The interior of the Masonic Hall looked a thing of beauty on Tuesday evening, if it never did previously. The walls were deco- rated in a way that reflected credit on the Committee entrusted with this part of the procedure. Mrs McAppion, who was the successful tenderer for the catering for both victuals nnd viands, carried out her part of the proceedings faithfully and well. The gallery had been reserved for the ladies, and about 40 availed themselves of this opper- tunity at an early hour. Shortly after 8 o'clock the Governor arrived with Mr Mayor Snelson. About 70 gentlemen well repre- senting the town and district were present. There was a large number of pastoralists. Tho Mayor occupied the chair, with Earl   Beauchamp on his right, the next in order being the Rev A. R. Martin and Colonel Mackay. On the left of the May...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 30 September 1899

Local and General. THANKS. — It was decided by members of the banquet committee to send letters of thanks to Mrs Smith and Mr Edgar for the use of their horses and drags, and to Dr Robinson for the use of his horses. Commons. — After the Council meeting on Wednesday the Council sat as Commons trustees Aldermen Duffy, Hogan, Mus- grove, and the Mayor were appointed a sub- committee to meet the Wrightville Council regarding Common affairs. To Eye sufferers. — Madame Jones, the eminent eye and ear specialist, wishes it to be made known that she can only remain in Cobar till Friday next, 6th October. Patients will find Madame Jones at Tatter- sall's Hotel, until the date mentioned. High Class Tailoring. — Mr D. Curran, representing Messrs E. J. and D. Curran, of Bathurst and Sydney, will be in Cobar from the 29th instant, till the 4th October. He will have with him a very large range of the latest and most fashionable tweeds. Appointments may be made at the Great Western Hotel.— 0 Commi...

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