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LAST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 October 1899

LAST DAY. There was only a small attendance on Friday. However, we are pleased to hear that the purchaser of the gates was on the right side. The racing   again was good. Everything went off well, and the committee have every reason to congratulate themselves on the highly commendable manner in which they carried out the meeting. Following are the results : — : Ladies' Bracelets, 1, Ladies' Bracelets, for Bracelets value 25sov. First prize, bracelet 20sov., second prize bracelet value 5sov. For all horses, to be nomin- ated by ladies and to be ridden by amateur riders, members of the Cobar Turf Club. Distance: 1 mile. Nomination 1 sov. Lowest weight 10st.     R. Irvine's TRUMP, 10st 12lb (L. Innes) ... ... 1 Hull's SUNDIAL, 11st 3lb     (Langby) ...... 2   Mrs E. A. Hunt's ch g SAT- EEN, 10st 2lb (Berry) ... ... 3 Alarm also started. Young Aus- tralian, Ingomar, and Dodger were scratched. Betting — 6 to 4 ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUP DAY—TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 October 1899

CUP DAY— TUESDAY. The second day of the races drew a larger attendance than on Tuesday. This was only what was expected, as it was a public holiday, besides being the day on which the principal race of the meeting was fixed. There was a very good attendance of ladies, so the grandstand was well patronised. The weather was particularly fine, and some of the finishes were splendid. The racing generally was very satis- factory, and the welfare of the punt-   ing public was zealously guarded by a watchful committee. In Mr Price the club certainly has a gentleman who knows his business, if results go for anything. In the Flying Handicap four horses started, and a sheet spread out would have covered them all as they passed the winning post. The favorite won, justifying public confi- dence. Seville had an easy win in   the Hack Race. This is one of the fastest buggy mares the writer has ever seen. The Cobar Cup was a good thing for the bookmakers. The favorite's r...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Geisha Pair. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 October 1899

Geisha Fair. This event, with the name savour- ing of Japan, has been all the rage during the week in the Masonic Hall. It was opened at about 8 p.m. on Saturday last by the Mayor, Mr Snel- son, and since then it has been well patronised nightly. On either side of the hall is a stall. Mrs Hogan, Mrs McBain Thompson, and Miss Robert- son are in charge of one stall, and Miss Kinkead and Miss Morrison supervise proceedings at the other. Each one is gaily decorated with ar- ticles, useful and ornamental, for sale or to be raffled. Scores of local young ladies, bewitchingly dressed in the fas- cinating Geisha costumes, move through the throng soliciting members for this, that, and the other raffle;   and, of course, they are successful, for when lovely woman asks, who can re- fuse? Thus the gay fair goes on,   and by the time race week is ended there should be a very considerable reduction in the Roman Catholic Church building fund debt. Miss Rankin and Mrs Duff...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 October 1899

THE SETTLING. The settling was to have taken place at Byrne's Hotel on Friday   evening, when the prize money was to have been paid over.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Wool Sales. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 October 1899

Wool Sales.   SYDNEY.   Friday. At the wool sales this week, 22,000 bales were disposed of. There was an immense attendance of buyers, all sections operating vigorously. Greasy   merino sold to lod ; scoured to 25d. The following were the principal sales of western district wools : — Greasy, Jone?, Bullngreon, li^d ; -Tones, Munnell, 14jd ; Kangaroobie, Orange, 18-}-; McLean, Warren, 18 Ja ; Duck, Tranpie, 18{d ; Ellerslie lSjd ; Mulwata, Dandalau, 18.] d ; Forest, Vale, Ttangie, 18-|d ; dock's GJd ; Noonbah, ' 12Jd ; ' Boorara 18id ; Murrumbi, 18:,'d ; Belar, 18d ; A.F.I.M Gulgarbine, 18d ; Parmidmnr, Gilga mora, 18d ; Webb, Woodlands, 18d ; M.C.H.. Warron. 18d ; Traversdnle, : 18d ; Willowdown, Ooonauible, I2d ; Chapman's, Wiirron, 12^1 ; Forest Vale, Warren, 12d ; Jones, Cadow, 12d; Floramho, Nyngan, 12d. Tenandra, Gilgandra, 12 Jd ; Taylor, Condobolin, 12]d ; Byrnes, Gilgandra, 12d; Bena Billa, J2^d ; Buckley, Bullugreen, 12 jd; Evorsleigh,...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAR! LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 October 1899

WAR! LONDON. Thursday. The Transvaal Government has     issued an ultimatum to Great Britain, asserting the presence of British troops on the frontier has menaced the independence of the South African Republic, and demands the instant withdrawal of British troops from the frontier and the removal of all rein- forcements which have arrived since   June. They threatened if Great   Britain did not give an affirmative reply _by Wednesday, that tho Trans vaal would regard the British action as 11 declaration of war. ]-. is estimated that 18,000 Boers are on the northern frontier of Nattl. It is not expected.. tkat any decisive operations will take place for some tiui'j. The British, forces will act on the defensive until its ', ? complete ?-., army' corps are in South Africa. . The Uitlanders in .Natal have offured infantry and corps of 8000 men. '-????'?'??? . Tbe Governor, of the . colony has promised to '' ad rise tho ourolinent of t...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRST DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 October 1899

FIRST DAY-TUESDAY. The attendance on Tuesday was not as large as was expected, and indeed it was calculated to make the gate purchaser feel glum. There were about 400 present, and the 'busses had a good time. The day was warm, while gusts of wind, accompanied by dust, now and then removed the can- vas covers from the gaming tables (which were there in galore) and at one time it even threatened to remove the grand stand roof. There was a fair attendance of ladies. The board outside the committee's room was manipulated in such a way as to keep the public well posted with what was going on. There were no accidents of any nature during the day to mar the sports. The only enquiry held during the day was into the action of H. Fletcher, the jockey who rode Albert in the Stewards' Purse. He was charged with striking Sateen over the   head, causing the mare to run inside a post. After an extended enquiry the committee found the charge substan- tiated, and fined Fletcher two guin...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

To inform the iuhabitants of C'obur and tho BUrrouuding district that I have just opened up a moat magnificent collodion of Summor Goods; Stylish New Shades in T. eeds and 9ergerett.es, Indigo Blue Serges guaranteed to not fu'te, Corkscrews and Fancy Coatings in ovory variety of now pattern. I havo ma^o the art of Designing. Cutting, Pitting nnd linking of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Givrmeuts a LIFE STUDY and oau fit all (whatever build or shape they may be), as pear to perfection as it is possible to attain. But remember that ovory superficial, aWtmly, eophinticated char latan wi'l profess to do tho uumo ? uud sometimes simple people believe them , and this is the reason wo see so many people woarinp; slopUh, ill-fitiing Suits. Is it reasonable to think thut any of those Travelling Tailors-r-aa they with unblushing effrontery style them-elves — who havo never made a garment, and would not ovou know how to distinguish oue Dart of it from another ; who Vnow nothing whatever abnut human ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

CAPSTAmHphS CIGARETTES 9H& tyW All ToboccorMshs ore r\ow pre pared tb serve you wirh WILLS irv\ porredtAPSTAH'ciqc\rerres price 4'pcr pocket of 10. Remember fh\cae ciqarorresanslMPORTEO o.\\4 rv--.' 'rom bearVirqiryo Tobacco. F.'~ | locally rr\or\ulacru reo. ? _____ Sale of Rights. W. N. Musgrove w|k aA will SEL1j' T&StortgriS&r in conneotion jgftw, t&s9»»^ fvifch the Cobar MWk I Branch of the N. S. W. ^^|||rv~l League of Wheelmen's iiiif Sports, ' k||$ to be held on |1 November 9, W the following rights : — One Publican's Booth „ ^Refreshment ,, — Gates Cards The sale will take place at the Great Westocn Hotel, at -1 p.m. on Saturday, October 28.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

CONCERT ?R. C. Convent School Children, as sisted by leading Local Amateurs, — in aid of — Convent School Debt WILL TAKE PLACE IH THE Masonic Hall ON Thursday, Nov 9, 1899 Admission— Front seat 8s, back 2s, Gallery Is. Court Houses '* Hotel, Barton and Eroomfleld-sts., ? GOBAR,. PROPRIETOR, Patrons of this centrally situated and airy corner house can depend on receiving every attention and comfort. Visitors and Boaiders will find ox cellont accommodation. Only the best brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits kept in stock. Special attontion is given to the cool ing of all drinks in the hot weather. . Excellent Cuisine. Good Stabling and competont groom. Well managed Billiard. Saloon. Note the address — S. RILBY, Court Houaa Hotel — C. B. ELWIN SOLICITOR, ETC-. Comrttesioner for Affidavits! MARSH AM; STREET, COBAR.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Department of band's. Sydney, 14th October, 1899. ATTENTION is directed to the nolificatiou in thn ' Government Gazette ' of tbe 7th October, 1899. notifying the SALE to bo held at COB\Tl at noon on Tuesday the seventh day of Novemher next, for the right to OCCUPATION- LICEN SES of the vacant Crown Lands as sot forth horeunder :— ? Lot No. 67, being improvement lease block No. 800, within the late resumed area of LacLlan Downs No. 47, 14,000 acres obar, about 60 miles, annual upset license fee per lot £8 10s. Lot iVo. 68, being improvement, lease block No. 801, within the lato resumed area of Lasblau Downs No. 47, 15,000 ceres Cobar, about 60 miles. Annual upset license fi-e per lot £8 15s. Lot No. 69, bivng improvement, lease block No. 802. withiu tbe h,i resumed area of Tarinso Downs No. 166, 20,480 acres Cobnr, about 60 rnilos. Annual upset license fee per lot £5. ?Lot No. 70, being improvement lease block No. 808, within the late resumed area of Taiingo Downs No. 166, 20,480 acr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

W. Jim. BAICER, Cutler, 3 Hunter St., Sidney. PEESENTATION 4 WADE l'OCKKT KNIFE. \erv hue ju lit and finish, largo umuo pinto. 1 vory, 7, (i each ; l'earl or Toituioc shell, 10/0 each, post freo. Name engraved for 1/- each. Other Knives from 1/- each. Please writo for free illustrated catuloguu. W. JNO. BAKER'S PATENT BOUNDARY RIDERS KIT, (10 inches overall.) Containing KNIFE, SHEATH and Steal, with loop for be.t or eaddlo. PLAIN ? '-/- per set complete, post free. CAPPED ? 7,G ' ' ' ORIENTAL, us sketch 10/6 ' ' No. 820.— Grained Jno-Ivory Handlus TABLE KNIVES, 17/0 ; DESSERT KNIVES, 15,- per dozen; CAKVING KNIVES and FORKS, 10/6 per pair ; POULTRY CARVERS, 10/6 per pair ; STEELS, 3/6 each, all post free. JNO-IVORY has tho beautiful color, transparency, grain, and silk-liko surface of the finest Ivory ; moreover, it does not split in the warmest olimates, and can bo washod in hot water without fear of loosening the handles ; it retains its colour and stands wear and tear better than...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Government Railways. Prince' of Wales' Birthday Holiday,' ','.'? 1899. HOLIDAY Excursion Tickets will be issued from all stations to all sta tions, commencing with the day trains leaving terminal stations on Satur day, 4th November, and thereafter by all trains until Thursday, 9th Novem ber, both days inclusive, available for return until Wednesday, 15th Novom- . ? bor, 1899, inclusive. Special Cheap Excursion to Sydney, Thursday, 2nd November, 1899. TICKETS at specially low rates will ba issuod to Sydney by train leaving Cobar. at 7.85 a.m. on above date, available for return up to and in cluding Thursday, 80th November, 1899, by special train leaving Sydney at 7*55 p.m. on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Return fares from Or bar to Sydney, 57s 5d 1st olass ; 88s 3d 2nd class, Return tickets at ljd per mile first olass (minimum 7s 6d) and Id per mile second class (minimum os) will also be issued locally by the same train to all stations west of Penrith. Handbills and further parti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

TO TUO-SK AHuUT TO BUILD. $AXTMi'~~& -BINNS Timber and Joinery Merchants, PYRRflORST BOARD COTTAGES of all descriptions, ready for erro'ion ; Frames only, or fitted complitu with every requisite Country orders dispatched with prompti tude und care. OBlcee and Mills. Pyrmont BrWKe Road. Branch Yards und Wharves, Blurkwnttle Bay. Send for Priee lists. Timher, Joinery, Mouldings, Turnery, Galvanised Iron and Builders' Supplies of all L-ir.de at Lowost Current RateB. iilwil, Harcourt Streot, COBAB. PROPRIETORS. MINE ORDERS A SPECIALITY. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. Agent for KlonJyke Gold Dishes ana Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made Si rib ** . -!: kIhis.ii J.'josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST, AND OF ALIi KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ?ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAJJ C0TTEK. ?DEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY cafe ? _r .E-^Irel y up recewin J» 'Prompt Attention' FAIE AND SQUARE YALUE. J JOSEPHSON. Blaynoy. PALMYRA TEA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

'reliable furniture, &3pets. bedsteads. and geooi^o AN]) WHERK TO GET IT. A. HALL AND COMPANY, COIiNfiR GEORGK AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAAVINO BOOM SUITE, ;' poetry nnd l'luali, Coucli, Pair Easj 'linirs, and i Curved Chairs, for Si i'u ; 50 othors, 5, 10 lo 20 guineas, at HALL'S. :-UOOM SUITK, WALNUT COLOR OR POLISHED PINE, ' 'flrobi1, Pinto gUs« Door and Drawers, ; I urlirss Chost Drawers, with glnss at Ui-hi'd, Marble top Withstand. Towel Rail, and C.ilio Chair, £6 15s; 30 Bmlroom Suites In select from, 9, 12, IS to 5D guineas. FINING BOOM SUITE, VEPY STRONG COUCH, PAIR EASY and ti SMALL CHAIRS, All spring-sehtrd und Pndded Bacls, 0 guineas j 20 others, 7, 12, and 2J gnineos, at HALL'S. FULL-SIZE UALF-TKSTER BED STEAD, BRASS RAIL, Double-wira Mattress, and Sot Beat Wool Flnok with best Kapok Bedding, £1 10s ; Bedding, £3 153. 50 Latest Design Bodstoaks to select from at H A L L ' S^ A- I5^.'XjILj &- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. I, noa, 5G5, 5G7 GEORGE-STKEET...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Wamoi'a Siifu Cui-o t-us restored mo to health, after yoara of Buffering: with disordered liver and lcidnejs.' — Mn l'\ E. A. Uiozson, Stewart street, Dunediu. A few years ago I was troubled with gravel, and tried 'Warner'H Safe Cure, and since liave not hail a recurrence of it.'— G: W, Gillks, Wynyttrd Square, Sydney. Be the value of Warnor's Safo Ciire. It has undoubtedly relieved me per manently of my troubles.' — J. BKimiE, The Glen, West St. North, Sydney. ajot afraid to flign my nuino as a guarantee bs that Warner's Safe Ctiro is. what it is represented to be.' — Jamks Hkai.ky, Mnyor, Glen Innes, N.S.W. (gxcellont medicine for general debility, und W for toning up the constitution. I lmvo always recommonded it for tho sine.' — B. H. Bahdidoe, Ex-Mayor, Brisbane. ; Results moro mtufaotory were obtained BO from prescribing Warner's Sufo Cure t than any formulae of my own pros eriliin^.'— Bodeiit Shaw, L.»:S., M.H..D.A., Itockhiiinptou, Quecns Sun'oringiorllielist ten years from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

'PHI !1 DO f /IT I Ml? M* K| Muzz I In / Ac vie cUcr the ) VI y03 \f invigorate I A I S% H In the entire ?'J\\ J^L W'M cordUU 7 i/^®l VW 'ltte ' not°iog I ., -Q| W fceneficial as M| Wolfe's pljSchnapps ) DEWARE OF IMITATIONS. MshingtonThsoul km oo,9 Great Drug Emporium. 160 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. The Largest, Most Varied Stock of Piitrnt Uedirines, Oliemi-ts' and Druftgists1 Sundries, aud Surgie.il Appliances in the Smilliern Hemisphere. Nothing but best nupil.ty of Gooda kept. Prices ; are the LOWKSTin theeity. WE EARNESTLY COMMEND to all who wish to build up theiv system, haniali slccplosanrs}, give tune to tliu DiL'eslirc Oroiins, and receive enerfry and capacity for persistent efforts of mind, the Health Tn vigorator, DR PETTIFER'SCOIVlPlOUND SYRUP OF HYPOPHO . SPHITES, SmiiH Bottles, la 9d each, postage 3d, T-arge Bottle, 3jeuch, postngols 2d. i NO OTBEB SYfiUJ? OAN BE COM PAitED TO IT— it. is 3UPEHBLY SUt'ttRIOB in every respocr. ! ENCOtTRAGED by this enormous suc cess, alter ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

''~. '.^^'r^^i^^V'r;;^£^.^-''''5?^, ?-j Srooko :-\ % ' THREE | % CASTLES I I CIGARETTES I U Pu™ I: ?% Aromatic | :vv-;i VV'ilolosoYrtO. .+&4B

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Thanks. I the undersigned beg to tender my sincere thanks to all those who as- sisted in every way in the search for my wife and children who were lost in the bush last Saturday night and Sunday. JOHN BAILEY.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Meryula at 11am, Cobar at 7.30pm. Rev A R Martin.

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