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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Warden's Court. Application was made by the Berri- bungie Co for suspension of labour conditions on portion No 2, being leased to the Smelting and Exploration Co. The Co wanted to procure machinery to cope with water, since Aug 1898 £2597 had been spent on the ground. Granted for   three months. Three other applications (Mr W J Hogan's) were adjourned till the 8th.  

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

MINING. The erection of the Fort Bourke machinery proceeds vigorously. The new air compressor went out this week on Wright, Heaton & Co's boiler waggon.     The Young Australia cyanide plant keeps on at work, and Mr Hunt ex-   pects the new cages next week. Two samples of lode matter, from the Crown of the Peak Lease (Mal- let's), assayed by Mr McInierney, were valued at 6 oz- 6 dwts 18 grs per ton; there were also traces of siiver to be found. Men are now engaged bagging ore for treatment. The work of excavating in connec- tion witn the enlarging of the Occi- dental tank is proceeding with all possible rapidity. When the tank is once full there will probably be no more stops. The dry weather is bringing out more applications for suspension. At   next Warden's Court there will be applications from the Wild Wave and another property. Mr William Cain, of Melbourne,     Chairman of Directors of the Co...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 and 7 Rev. F. J. Branch; Minister  

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 7.30 and 10 a.m., Benediction 7.30 p.m.— Rev. Father Treacy

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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Septuagesima Sunday. — Drysdale at 11 a.m., Cobar at 8 p.m. ' (Ad- dress on 'The Creation.' — Rev. A. Martin.

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Small Debts Court. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 February 1899

Small Debts Court. MONDAY. Before Messrs Morrison, Howard, and   Mathews J's.P. .: Cosmos Photo and Cycle Co v J Thomp-   son. Mr Duffy for plaintiffs. Claim of £3 3s 6d; verdict for £2 19s.     A J. McGuinness v T. Ryan. Mr El- win for plnintilT and Mr Hogan f- r do fond int. Claim of t'- 3s Od. Verdict f r dofuiidniit. B Brady v G. eaton. Mr Duffy for   pluiut:lt. Claim of £d 2s 2d for timber

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

What it Means. That tired feeling Destroys duily comfort, Wearies tho body, worries tho mind. Some say it's a lazy liver, Othors say it's bad blood. They're all wrong. Tired feeling means tired kidneys; Just as lame bjok means lame kidneys, And backache mean* kidney ache. How do n . inowit? Because T)oan's Backaohe Kidney Pills cure it. Hore is a oaso in point : Mrs B. Egan, oC Ooboorah-streah, Dubbi, a rosident of 12 years standing, rainarks :— Hy kidneys were dijordered for dome years ; my back used to ache vory much. If X stood up suddenly after having bojn in a slojping position tho small of my back would auhe very much, and I would feel giddy in the head. I have got over all this now through taking DWs Unckacho Kidney Pills whioh are a vory good kidney medicine. I know of another case in whioh a raliof will obtained by iisinn thoao nilln. Mo brother-in-law, P. Sgan, who was stiying hore last month, wus sull'ering from baok uche. t have seen him doubled up with pain Whon hn hear...

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Bad Man Goodman. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Bad Man Goodman. It is curious what bad luck some pao ple have over their names. l?or inacauoe, Uonrftanxe may not ulways be cunsciuc. Anyhow, it is certain that Air ii. il. U-uodmau, of tb.a Woat Australian '.trad ing Corporation, just remanded at Bow street on a charge of defrauding the British, public ol £200,000, is regurued m West Australia as the ue plus ultra tud man. ot all llie splendid collection ot blackguards who have promoted ventures in tlio ' Goldeu tVeac.'1 Two years u^o, in JUVemuntle, Perth or Uoolgardie, luir skinued lilnglishmea, faultlessly dressed, might have Oeou seen wandering about. They would stop people in the street, and say, ' X — er — bog your pai-ioa, could you Jkiudly direct mo to the ollices or stored or hospital or any of the miues of the West Australian Trading Adduoiittion ?'? No one could direct tnuin, for the very sim ple reason thut tuore were no officer, stores, hospitals or mines belonging to that association. They were inycns, ex isting only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

A Physician's Prescription for Ladies. Interesting Note from Dr. Bourchier, M.D., F.S.Sc. (Lond.) iisto Government Medical Officer, N.3.W. -?'.??'?' Nothing is more interesting than to notice Wbiit prescriptions physicians are io the ' ? iiao.t of issuing to lauies. In this diroctiou ? Dr ilourchier, Al.i1., i\3 s)e. of London, but now located at 127 itedfern.fltreet. Sydney, mai.es an indisputably strong reconiuienda nun when he writes: — 'Hoe some time 1 have been in the hubifc of recommending Dr VYiUittnis' ?I'in'1 ?t-1's for ?&le -feople to my - patients with excellent results, as a tonic tnoir effect is most satisfactory and perman ent, in aufflinia, chlorosis, and allied dis eases 1 nave found them very valuable, und in irregularities of the menstrnal period they are unequalled. (Signed) J. Q. Hour .ohiur, 11. D., .fi'.S.So, (LondJ, J.P., late (io remount ilodical UlUcer, iS.S.W., 127 jttsdfero'itreel, Sydney, Jtf.&.W. Thers is no flourisu of trumpets in this l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

A Splendid Investment. WHAT A FEW SHILLINGS DID FOE A P13RTU MAN. Early in tho present decado there was living in Mnlbourno a member of that sturdy race that makes ils waj to overy corner of the earth. George Nelson was his name, his birthplace tho ' land of brown hjiitli und shug'y wood'- Mr Nelson wua a number of u Kecliubilu lodgo and as such as en- itled lr- tho benefits accruing to ils members. l-\-r many months he wus on the sick list, aud, us he conceived, a burden to lite fellow members. They, however, loyally stood by him, and after montns of medical treatment for bilijus noss und chronic heudache, accom panied by daily recurring fits of vomiting, his lodge Bent him on u trip to his mother country in search of health. But un nvailingly, for Mr Nelson returned no bettor in health than when he had do parted twelve months previously. Again the man s conscience urged him to relievo hia follows of tho burden that he felt him self to be, and his strict views of right aud wrong pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

SANDER AND SONS EU0ALYPT EXTBA0T According to reports of a groat number of physicians of tho highest professional standing, there are o&oied Eucalypti Extract, which posaess no curative qualities. In protection of tho world wide fame of Sandku and Sons' preparation wo publish a few abstracts from these roports, which boar fully out that no reliance can be placed in other product*— Dr. W. B. Hush, Oakland, Oal., writes. It is somotimes difficult to obtain tho genuine article (Sander and Son's.) I employed different other pre* paratious, thoy had no therapeutic value no bad effects. In one case tho effects woro similar to the oil camphora, tho objectionable action of which is woll known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland, Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sandeb and Sons) I used no other form of eucalyptus as I think it ib by far tho best.' Dr. L. P. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes '' I never used any preparation other than Sander and tions', as I fo...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

IN iilK bUPBEME COURT OP * NEW SOUTH WALES, I'ltOBATE JtmiSDIOTJON. Iu the Estate of ARTHUR PID DINGTON BURGESS, late of Kest down Station, county of Moucamba, in fcho colony of New South Wales, Squatter, deceased, intestate. Appl cation will be made after four teen days from the publication hereof that Administration of the Estate of the above named deceased may bg j granted to MARION BURGESS, the i Widow of the said deceased. : STEPHEN, JAQUES & STEPHEN, ! Proctors for Applicant, ! 12 and Id O'Connell street, Sydney. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF * NEW SOUTH WALES. PKOBATE JURISDICTION. in the Estate of ARTHUR PID DINGTON BURGESS, late of Rest down Station, county of Mouramba, in the colony of New South Wales, Squatter, deceased, intestate. i All persons having any Claims against tho Estate of the abovenamed ! deceased are hereby required to send in particulars thereof to the under signed forthwith. STEPHEN, JAQUES & STEPHEN, Proctors, 12 and Id O'Oonnell-street, Sydney....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Ten Years of Mistakes. 'Experience is nothing bif, mistakes, and a memory,' a writer has suid. From mistakes mun learns caul ion. Caution eclipses judgement. So man becomes ma ture, ilr Edward 1. Jones, financial Agont, writing from tho N.S W. Masonic Uub, 2S9 Pitt st, Sycnoy. says: I am writing purely out ot gratitude, for 1 havo heretofore boon very much oppased to patent moiicines. and it was only after a i groat amount of poiBuusion thut I was induced to try Warner's Sufe Cure. I had been suffering for the last tun y ars from a varioty oi complaints, including insomniu. I did not get uny pormanent relief until 1 tried Warner's Safe Curo. In all I havo taken about soven bottles, and I am happy to aay I am now complotoly cured. Mr Barton is damaged again. ?This time his eye is red and swollen, and shut out from view with a bandage. He caught a cold in spying out the country as he passed through three territories in the traiu. Mr Barton can se3 through the Federal movement with hal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

THE * * COSMOS Photo Studios, 1,1^ PAD ULA.S TEkRA.Cli MARSHALL STREET. We havo much pleasure in announoi _ il. '? we have secured tho sorvicos ot ul. - class operator, and tho very highest class of work will be turned out. We 'guarantee onr clients absolute satisfac tion. Prices 15b par do/. Cabinets Knlargomonl for nothing Outdoor work, Flashlight PliotoB, etc. taken at any titno Portraits in Platinotype, , , Silver, __ ? or Cosmotype. Enlargements on Curbon Bromide or Opal finished in black and nhilv, oil --' water colors Cosmos Photo /^-^ Studios KiNolri and TODD, PROPRIETORS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

1 P. SNELSON, I] BAKER, CONFECTIONER, &c, ii LINSLEY STREET, COBAE. I ? IK Patroniso P. Snelson, tho Iff rooognised Fumily Baker, M where you will got tho best II if everything going in hie . HI . Picnics, Parties, &'.t ? supplied on the ahorteB, m ? notice^ arid in fact every m . ? description;': of catering ?j executed,, IB '.'._? i ffl Wishes to inform all his friends H; ' that helms re-taken t.-io I THREE LEGS ¥f ffl . HOTEL, I COOLABAH. (I Vacancies. [1 ? [I VACANCIES for two gentlemen [1 Boarders. Apply, El lias. BARKER, [1 Becker Street. iiilii [1 &.CO., [1 General Carriers, and Forwarding (I Shipping, Custom House, II and Commission [I Agents' IE Head Office— I 72 PITT-STY, SYDNEY [I Produce supplied in Any Quantity || at Beasonable Kates. Wool con || ... B JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cobar. 'Oosephsoiv Watchmaker, Jeweller AND OF ALL KINDS OK Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAJDB-ST., MAMOND SETTER & OPAL CUTTER. PaEOIOTJS STONES OP EVERY DESC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

AND NYM\C*K15 ADVERTISER. ' SON Sim SKD PATUIffi.' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

(ESTABLISHED 1891.) 81 SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. Cx- ZEECOQIRieilE^ PKEMIER WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER * #? F THE WESL1 his just received another parcel of those celebrated 1 WATOUKS, specially made fur rough country wear, and will stand ding driving 'jumping, &c, aud are absolutely dust and water proof Hrebv defying t bo dreaded Uobar dust. ,.„.,.. , . These' Watches are guaranteed tor lo years and will be kept in good going order for two years free or' charge. TRY ONE OF THESE 20a WATCHES. You can't go wrong and the Watch cat go wrong either. GEO. HOOPERZ^ Has other well made and durable Watches at 7s 6d, 10s, 12s Gd, 15s and 17a Gd with Chains attached and sent post free to any part of the colony. ^KO. HOGPEiR^^ -?- TS A — ?: Thoroughly Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller Optician, Goldsmith, Opal Cutter and Mounter of Diamonds and other Precious Stones, and having had 25 years' experience in the various branches of bis trade defies anyone, to approach him for first-nlass Work r...

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Platina. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Platina. The Platina correspondent of the Nyngan Observer writes thus: — Since my last Christmas has come and gone, and I am sorry to say some of the Platina folk have bitter cause to remember   the Christmas of '98, as grim death laid un- merciful hands on this town. There were no less than six deaths within the month. oimie oi mem woro very naru cases, espeoi nlly in the cases of two brothers named Jas. an 1 Albert Wilcox, both of wnom leave a wife and family wholly unprovided for. The lU'oplo of the plare did nil ther could for the bereaved ones, but us the place is again flittering for want of water, cash is so.ir-'o, ii sd cons qupntly ulmrily could not exten-i itself as far as it would haredoae otherwise. We have another patient now in Condobolin hospital in a very critical condition. Iu mining there is absolutely nolhinc to report, as a great many cleared cut, some to n ru»h at Gulgong, and other* were afraid of sickness and went to different places ?rhere rhoy 1...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Topics of the Week. The freetrade policy of New South Wales — about which, by the way, Mr. G. H. Reid has abstained from boast- ing since its financial results have driven him to a breakfast table tariff and a few absolutely necessary, and therefore pardonable, protective duties — draws a very sharp distinction be- tween alien imports and alien immi- grants. Mr Reid has not absolutely joined hands with Mr. Seddon in the boycott of Dalmatians, but is making amends for his hesitancy by a prompt and summary embargo on gipsies. The Romany exiles from Macedonia had their picturesque progress through Australia from Adelaide to the pro mised land at Brisbane abruptly brought to a stoppage at the Albury bridge by a customs official, constabu larly supported, of course, with orders to remain on thu Victorian sido of the Murray. The gipsies are ' aliens ' of course, but though Macedonians neither Abdul Hamidnor the Ottoman consul is likely to worry Mr. Reid about their international rights as...

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Sporting. Cobar League of Wheelmen. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Sporting. Cobar League of Wheelmen. A general meeting of the N.S.W. League of Wheelmen was held at Wood's Hotel, on Wednesday evening at 8 p.m., when there was an atten- dance of about 20 members. Mr Duffy, Vice President, occupied the chair, in the absence of Mr Musgrove, President, who was unable to attend. Mr Duffy, on opening the meeting said that the Club had made wonder- ful progress during the past twelve months, and he hoped it would con- tinue to do so. The proceeds of the sports held amounted to £131 15s 3d which must be very gratifying to the members of the club. The surplus of the club amounted to £132 17s 3d. An apology was read from Dr Robin- son who was unable to attend. The members of the previous meet- ing were read, and confirmed on the motion of Mr Breden seconded by Mr Monahan. Report and Balance Sheet. The above were adopted on the motion of Messrs Everett and Kemp. Election of Officers. This part of the business resulted as follows :— Patron — Dr Robinson, Pres...

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