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Latest. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Latest. MOBILISING. THE MILITIA. MILNER FORCES SCHREINER TO SIGN. KRUGER PRETENDS HE'S NOT TO BLAME.     BOERS LOOT INGAGANO. £5000 BOER REWARD. FOR CECIL RHODES. DEAD OR ALIVE ! LONDON.         Thursday.       The Mansion House Refugees Fund amounts to £117,000. It is believed that 30,000 militia will be summoned for garrison duty in Great Britain, and thus afford the best war office plan for mobilisation. It is reported that the British force has engaged with 500 Boers near Kim- berley, inflicting heavy loss on the enemy. The warships Nichoto and Dradem, belonging to the Channel Squadron, have been ordered to the Cape. Sir Alfred Milner has forced Mr   Schreiner to sign the treason proclam- ation or resign the Premiership of Cape Colony. Advices from Pretoria pretend that Kruger resisted the issue of the Boer ultimatum, but was outvoted by the Executive...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fail from a Horse. A PAINFUL EXPERIENCE, [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Fall from a Horse. A PAINFUL EXPERIENCE, Mr. J. J O'Sullivan, an esteemed resident of Cowra, N.S.W. , has had a painful accident, having fallen off his horse on the road, the impact causing a severe injury to his back. When seen by a reporter regarding the accident, Mr. O'Sullivan said he did not notice any serious effects from it at the time beyond the injury to his back. But one day,' he contiued, '   whilst running after a horse, my legs completely crossed, becaine useless, and I fell to the ground helpless. .After this I was very bad Hd od. Pains ran through my limbs nml my movements were irregular n ml'.: in-, voluntary. Whenever I triiri to walk I stumbled and my feotjj'ifc in the way of one another. If I c'o3''! my eyes, I became f'int, and fell, ' d jwn_. unless supported. Loss nf-iippetite, great weaitness.and stiffnns-i of the muscles were nlso prespnt. I consulted a skilled doctor, whnjfcold me I had loco m.otor ataxia- w!.'iuli: .-was ,-.oonaidered incurable...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

W A R. Monday.             A large Boer camp, with 16 heavy guns has been formed at Dannhauser. This town is between Newcastle and Dundee, on the main Natal railway. So steadily are the Boers creeping, on the British ' forces that it is 're'- ; ported that their outposts have touched the northern boundaries of Gl-*nco3 and Dundee, where the British are strongly entrenched, j .,?' '; The Boers, have occupied Brak'wal Besters, in the Drakensburg .Moun tains. . -jy.' '.'?'. i '??: '.-;' Six police officers from Natal, who ventured from tlie direction of Dun dee into Boer country at Dejaager's drift, were ambushed' and/captured by the Transvaal troops marching from the north-east along tHe drifts of the Buffalo River, to Natal. :i. The Orange liVoo State troops are maintaining n hiirrassiug campaign, and at last advices were advancing upon South Belmont, another of the towns of the diamond fields. A Boer suppl...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Turf Club. THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Cobar Turf Club. THE SETTLING. The settling in connection with the Cobar Turf Club's big meeting took place in the Great Western Hotel last Friday, and was attended by about 80 people. Mr J. Hunt (President) oc- cupied the chair with Mr Morrison in the Vice-president's chair. The chairman said they had met not alone to settle money affairs, but to settle as well, any little differences   that might have arisen during the meeting. He considered the meeting a success from every point of view. There had been good racing, and a representative class of horses from the surrounding district and the Metro- polis. The prizes had been fairly well distributed. He then proceeded to hand over the various cheques as follows : - Mr G. Norton, £142, Mrs E. A. Hunt £79, Mr Waldon £40, Mr Rice £50, Mr Hull £30, Mr Irvine £10 and lady's bracelet, Mr Berry £10, Mr J. O. Hunt £8, and Mr Winters £2. He thanked all for the patronage they had given, and hoped that the visitors would leave Coba...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Put to the Test. Cobar People Appreciate a Good Thing. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

Put to the Test. Cobar People Appreciate a Good Thing. Everybody has their hour of trouble.   But people having any itchiness of   :j the skin ' Have. many hpurs of trouble. Nothing so irritating, nothing to .-annoying. It d a hard and trying position. Leave.it alone, and you can hardly boar the misery. , 'Belief and cure have come at last. Dhbbo has put it to the test. a. Dona's Ointment cures every form ..lif skin troubles. Ptoplo are learning that this is so. Mrs A. Adams, whose husband is a . -pnintw, residing in Brisbane Street, Dtihbn, tells us : — ' Not long ago I bad the misfortune to lose a nail off one of my fingers, and in consequence ; the finger was very sore. Learning that Doan's Ointmont could be ob tained here, I bought some. Applying it to. the wound,..! found it both re lit-yed all pain and healed the sore. My experience thus enable3 me to siy that Doan's Ointment is good for sores and cuts.' Doan's Ointment is splendid in oil sorts of ski...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered Eucalypti Extract, which possess no curative qualities. In protection of the world wide fame of Sandkb and Soxs' preparation we publish a few abstracts from these reports, wt'oh bear fully out that no reliance can oo placed in other )rodudt«:— Dr. W. B. Riush, Oakland, -al., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine aiticle (Sander and Son's.) I employed different other pre parations, they had no therapeutic value no bad effects. In one case the effects were similar to tho oil camphora, tha objectionable notion of which is wel known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland Oregon, says — ' Since Ibecamo acquaint ed with this preparation (Sander and Sons) I used no other form of eucalypti as,jl think it is by fur the best.' Dr. L. P.^Prestou, Lynchburgh, Ya., writes ' I never used any preparation other than Sander and Sons', as I found the ot...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Way to Win a Lady's Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 October 1899

The Way to Win a Lady's Love. A good deal has been said lately in the woman's columns of papers as to the best way to win the affections of the gentler sex. An old experien- ced hand at the business says- that tlw first essential is good nature and good spirits, coupled with a manly physique. Bile Beans are the specific to use to attain this end. They put the digestive organs in good condition, aid the liver, heart, lungs' action, act as tonic to the whole system ; and sor such ailments as piles, costiveness, indigestion, sour stomach, debility, and lack of physical toue they will prove an undoubted specific. Sold nt Is 1-Jd per box, they are within the reach of all. They are manufactured in one of the best fitted and equipped laboratories in the world, of Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A., and the fact that, thoy are proscribed by the first physi cians in that country, proves thut they are a mttdieiu'6-of no ordinary vuerit, Obtainable at all chemists, or the Australian Depot, 89 iPitt S...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

In Loving Remembrance — OP — 1 OUR DEAR FATHER Augustus Dierke, Died Octobtr 25, 1898, Aged 72 Tears, Call not back the dear departed, Anchored snfe wheru utiirmn nro o'er j On the bordnrlund we left h'm Huou to meet and part no more. Fur bpyond tliia world of cnange;, Far heymd this w rid of cure We ahnll find our missing loved ono In our Father's mansion fair. DEEPLY REGRETTED. Inserted by ! MARY ANDREWS. W. DIERKE. Preliminary Notice. Sports. 5ports. Sports. Under the auspices of the G.TJ.O. Oddfellows, will be held on . . Boxing Day, 26th Dec., 1899, in tho ?Ai^ Cobar Park. Fuller programme in future issue. JOHN ANDREW, ! Hon Sec. MASONIC HALL COBAR Saturday & Monday, Nov. 4 and 6. THE Arnold Denham Co., Which has recently concluded a record Season of Seven Weeks at the Criterion Theatre, will produce on Saturday, November 4 the Great Australian Drama The Kelly Gang With new an^ speoia|ly paintea Sct-ery. Monday, Noveni*,~*- ,5 A Grand Military Drama ; In the Transvaal D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

^&m00^ STAHBARD SHEFFIELD RAZORS. ' J in. wide, as illastratod ... 5/- aich, rost free. , 3 ' ' ? 0/- ?? « A t' ' ? 7/0 ' - | THOUSANDS IN USE! B THEY RECOMMEND THEMSELVES I fel Also Razors In Various Designs from 1.'- each. 3 Hunter Street, S^dne^;. r ^^^*^ Please write for free ^ Illustrated Catalogue of W. JNO. BAKER'S Patent Register** and Unique Designs of CUTLERY. W. JNO. BAKER'S CASES OF RAZORS. is illnBtrftlion fhowB (drawn half fv/o) my cne gninea cn=e, containing two of my Standnrd Kaz^rs with ivory handles and tho finudt quality fuil hollow ground blades. 21/- per case, complste, post free. If with black handles. 15,'- per case, post froo. Irasa mentiuu this j.»iht wlicu macTiuf. A*^ ? ^^^v 5ALE ETC:°N GR0WERSi The Hew Zsalaho Loam ^^ ^TdJan^sTf MEReANTI LE °Ac El^CY C? LlMITE J%vacw?n?1Tles ? -^A PROCEEDS WHO HAVE UNRIVALLED \ ' Mf U W £k T ^V^PFNDERED FACILITIES FOR STORINQN^-C^^^ W¥ I 1 ^J^ E ^%SL HANDLING AND SEL LING. -i;[BnBwa»TE»auuaHa^jflKW^ '.-rs!gg?^^^^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

Distinguished everywhere for fine natural flavour, purity of ! material, and careful preparation. flRATEFUL. f**- ^\ f** -f*^' lj\ ? ::? COWFOrrTING. \^ \J \j %ZJ $*%. For Bilious nnd Nervous Disorders, such no Wind ami Pain in tho Stomnch, Sic» Headache, Giddiness, Fulnes3 and Swelling after meala, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Brmitli, Custivenuss, Blotdiet on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreama. and all Nervous i»nd Tremblin; ' Sensations, &c Tin: fiust Ejse wiu. civs rklibi1 in twbxtt mindtks. Tliia is no Bction. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills, and thej will be acknowledged to be 'WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.' BEECHAM'S PILHS, taken as directed, will quickly restore fqmales to complex health. They promptly remove any obstruction or irregularity of the syBtem. Vor i ?'Weals Stomach : Impaired Digostioa ; Disordered Liver ; Cfaoy not like mnt.'ic. A tow down w.ll work wumicre u,h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

TO T11O31T, AlinUr TO BUILD. S&XT'QN~~& BIMM! Timber and .To;nery Merchants. PYRmOUT HAVE in Stoi'k ready for Tmtnedmti Supi-lr. POKtABLK WEAlHKK BO »EI) (JOTT vGES of all diw-ripuoim ready for «-« urn ; Frames only, or Otto., .'oompltto wit.li every requ site. Country or«ie.» Hi,, aioiieil with prpmpti tude nnd cure. Ofllci* on'1 Mill*. Pyrmon' Bridge Ron i. Branch Yards mid Wltavyos. Bluekwuttle Bay. Send for Price List*. Timber, Joinery, Muulninps, Turnery, 'Galraniwl Iron und Builders' Supplies ot ; all kir.d-i at Lnwei-t Current Rutes. fHISI Harconrt Streot, COBAB. GreylrBS,,, PROPRIETORS. MINE 0EDERS~X SPECIALITY. CiiRh Biiv-a'8 of a«raD cuHtingB. Agent fpv KlonJyke G»ld Dishes aiid Aurdlin— a god-send ip mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made 1 ,J! a 5#- 6 .1 fa fkha *** o*'-B h J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller 3VtjBr-A.X.X.iSV'I\ OF ALIi KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ALELAIDE-ST.. DIAMON'D SETTEE, & OPAL OFTTET!. fBECIOTIS STONS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

RELIABLE FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS,, AND BIDDING AND WHEER TO GET IT, ? A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAWING ROOM SUITE, in Tapestry and Plush, Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 4 Carved Chnirs, for £-1 10s i 60 others, 5, 10 lo 20 guineas, nt HALL'S. DEDROOM SUITE, WALNUT COLOK OR POLISHED PINE, Wardrobe, Plato glass Door and Drnwers, ; I uohees Chost Drawers, with glti93 at tttohed, Marble top Washetimd, Towel Rail, and Caao Chair, £G 15b; 30 Bedroom Suites to select frnai, 9, 12, 18 to 60 guineas. HNING ROOM SUITE, VEPT STRONG COUCH, PAIR EASY and ti SMALL CHAIRS, AH sprinB-achtea, iind Padded Backs, 0 guineas ; 2a;pthors, 1, 12, and 20 guineas, at HULL'S. FULL-SIZE HAI-F-TESTER BED STEAD, BRASS RAIL, Double- wire Mattress, and Set Best Wool Flack with best Kapok Bedding, X4 10s; Bedding,' £3 153. 50 Latest Design Bedsteaks to select from at HALL' S THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. 661. 563, 585, 507 GEORGE-STREET. Country Orders; Packed Free. Saw Illus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

CK / I) r |Tr cheer t&e IP/ i^ W mind *nd I)/ /^^ jjl 'nv'£ot*ie / fg^|\~j tlle S5'tem? :! l. uli W ~ia thi tatiT-: \ A | /-TttUB? 'at of medi 'u ^aL^ p eitei cordials II 'JiB^^r ''re a '''^''S JL H I \J I a» agreeable and U-^8 j W beneficial as M J Wolfe's frr \YSchnapps \ DEWARC OF IMlTATiOMS. S WASHINfiTOfilTsOirL Great Drug Emporium. 163 PITT-STRiET, SYDNtV. The Largest, Most Varied *tock of Pi,t.-n Mctlieii.es, i-heini-ts' and Sruegims Sundries, anil Suraipil Ap ?liimcoj in t.lie I'.ullii-rn Rstn.nnluT'. Kvttiin'i; bufc bes qnilfy nf. Good. krpt. Priocs are Jhe LOWffS !' in r.ho city WE i5\RNKS!'iY OOMMEVI) to aU whii widi to buili u^ tiiHii-sya'om. hiinisli ? Ineplrtiini'M, aive l.--nfi t-t l.lir Dijesiive 1 rr imn. »n t '???'?ei»« «- r-- an'l 'apueitj fo ?i 'sidt.-ii; ff n.» uf -n;iid, Me tl'-ali'h I - viifomtoi-. OR P£Tf iFE^'SOrMVlPOUND SY .UP OF HYPJPfiO ? ---= SPHITtSI-(. Smiill Bottles, Is Od-oaoh', 'vuttifgi 8 I, r,ttrge aottle, 3i each, poBtRiie 1- 2 1. ' ' ? N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

Wanted to Buy. A. FKW head of borso?, suitable for coach work. Must bo young. E. A. THOJ3AS, Dalton Park, Cobi.r.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

Any Little Thing. Like a Cold, or Unusual Exertion, Settled There. Where? In the weakest spot, of course. Ever had a lame back? When you do you will find that the weakest spot in your body. Right under the small of your back lie tbn I'idrieys - the filters of tbe blood.' Didn't know your blood had to i-e 'filtered. Yes, indeed, and perfectly done too, or you will very soon be a sick man. Uric poisoning is not onh deadly, but lingering torture. Ench and every organ is considered to-day to be sufficient for tho brain and practice of any physician, hence our .-pecialists. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are for the correction aud certain cure of, any and all kid ey troubles. They a-e perfect workmen in their domain, and the kidneys - the blood filters — are surely cured of any, ir reaularity. Mr3 A. Aifchison, -f Winga.vatra uiri-e.., Dubso, favors us with the following information : — ' My father, Mr Peters, suffered from kidney dis order us he always complained of an aching bpek. 1 thin...

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Cobar District Hospital. (To the Editor Cobar HERALD) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

Cobar District Hospital. (To the Editor Cobar Herald) Sir — I am instructed by my Committee to contradict a rumor, through the medium of your press, which was current on the 2nd October at the Eight Hour Day Sports in aid of the Hospital, to the effect that 'Pauper' was written over the bed of any patient who was unable to pay for his treatment and attendance at the Hospital. Such a rumor is without the slightest foundation. I might state for the benefit of the public that the Hospital is open daily to visitors, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., and my Committee would be pleased to see advantage taken by visitors to inspect the Institution, I am, Sir, Yours respectfully, JOHN LEAH. Secretary. Oct., 27th. 1899. To inform the inhabitants of i.'obar and the surrounding (listrict that I have just opened up a most magnificent collection of Summer Goods, Stylish New Shades in T. eeds nnd ?'ergorettea, Indigo Blue Scrgos guaranteed to not fade, Corkscrews and Fdnay Coatings in overy...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN ENGLAND. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

IN ENGLAND. London, Thursday. The Grafter ran fifth in the Cam- bridgeshire Stakes.  

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DERBY AND CUP. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

DERBY AND CUP. Friday. Attention is now being directed to the training track. Cocoa, Gauleon, Dewey, Le Var, Mora, Contrast, and Parthian are all doing excellent work. The prices offered by Mr H. Oxen- ham are :— 10 to 1 Gauleon. 12 to 1 Dewey and Cocos. 14 to 1 Le Var, Miit-a-Bit and Mora. 16 to 1 Contrast. 20 to 1 up to *&c\ tp i others. The Derby betting us :— 8 to 1 Dewey. 4 to 1 Scorn and Cranberry. 5 to 1 Parthian. 8 to 1 up to 88 to 1 others. Another correspondent wires : —   For the Derby Dewey heads the quotations at 8 to 1 on offer. Scorn has gone back to 9 to 2. 5 to 1 is available about Crinberry. For the Cup, Cocos apd Le Vnr are each supported to win a couple of thousands at 100 to 8. At the same price Gauleon is marketable. A line of 100 to 7 was taken about Dewey ; also, 500 to 26 about Wait a-Bit and 1000 to 50 Mora.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar 11 a.m, Mattins and Litany 7.30 p.m. Evensong. Rev. A. E. Martin.

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