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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 a.m and 7. 30 p.m, Rev A. Graham ; Wrightville at 7.30 p.m., Mr R. Osborne. 1 ? s!m|t!wT FJ£ ? [s M T W t|f sj Jan. llini rj : July ? l': 8 sitfiiisiniu . s 3 j t o 7 « i 15 1C17|lblS2U!21 ' (lie 111! 13 HIS I !3 23 91 SSWi 27 & If, 17 IS If 2021 22 i 393031 ..I. ...!.. 23 21 25 3C 37 28 39 JFeb ? is 3} 4 '»« ? ????! 5 0 7 8 o ioii Hub. .... l a 3] 4 5 13 13 H 16 1C 17 It 6 7 8 !-10jlll2. 102021 2223 34 3* 13 14 15 If 17 IB 1'J 263788. .I...... 20 21 22 23 24 26 2f. 1 Mar. ...... 12 34 SJ5831I3131 , 3 I 5 6 7 8 0 10 11 Sep. 3 4 6 0 7 8 !' V IS 1314 15 1C 171* 10ll]l213l415ir, // 1020212322 24 2: 17 lBjlll 20,21,22:23 ! 3abrlgB:3ii|.w hil. -II a i las^snbrlaH'givai i :^^| H899 ♦ ESggB* Hpr. . .|..|..|..|..| ill Oct. ll 3| 3! 4| «j o 7 I ! ] 4 I t 7 » B 010,1112 1311 i 01011121314 15 15'l6!l71H;H'2O31' 1 1C 17118 10*20,Sl'3S 2223:24 35 2C'2;.2« i 23 .11 35 20*37 23 2» 3U;3UJ31 ......!..: '0 ? ?????? NOV. ...... IS! 3| 4 May ..123 4 5 c -(il O;io,ii; : 7 8...
SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT According to reports of a groat number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered Eucalypti Extract, which possess no curutivo qualities. In protection of the world wide fame of Sawdkb and Sons' proparition we publish a few abstracts from these roports, wb'oh bear fully out that no reliance) caD oo placed tn other iroduotn:— Dr. W. B. Euah, Oakland, M., writes. It is sometimes difiScult to obtain the gonuine artiole (Sander and Son's.) I employod different other pre naratioQR, they hud no thorapeutio value no bad etlects. In one caso the effects were similar to the oil camphora, tha objoctionable notion of which is wel known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland Oregon, says — ' Sinco I became acquaint. eel with this preparation (Sander and Sons) I used no other form of eucalypti as, I think it is by far the best.' Dr, L. P.^Prdston, Lynohburgh, Va.,' writes ' I never used any preparation other than Sandor and .Sons', as I found the...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Topics of the Week. Now that the war has fairly com- menced, it is not for us to further dwell on the justification of otherwise of the Transvaal trouble which has led up to the wholesale murder now prevailing in South Africa. Every thoughtful peruon, who bas allowed himself to think of the awful contin gencies of war, to say nothing of the enormous expense to any country in dulging in it, must deprecate in every sense of the word warfare. In such an enlightened period as the present, one would naturally expect the higher instincts in man would make hin yield to arbitration, but when all other devices fail, this crimson system for redressing the wronps of the oppwsKod is tbn only cffc-uUvo muthod remaining that will give finality. Every loynl British subject, whose sympathies are linked to those of the 25,000 Uit landers in the Transvaal who apppaled to their Queen for assisiance, will day by day watch the doings of British boldii-rs. It is gratifying to see thufc the bravery and ga...
V. R. T. C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
V. R. T. C. RACES. Saturday last witnessed splendid weather for the final day of the Spring meeting. &nbsp; The results were : — Maiden Plate — Lancaster, Mazzatina, and Rescued. Hurdle Race — Cintra, Fnirlight, and Sheik. Caulfield Cup— Dawey, Gauloon, and Bnliisrito. Uyuna Steeplechase — Snapshot, Bush Lad. and Runji. Groyn Nursery— Debenture, Finlund, and Spott Rnyal. Windsor Handicap— Seourity, Royal Purple, and Revirer.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Local and General. Financial —At last meeting of the Cobar Hospital Committee the Treasurer's state- ment showed a credit of £478 13s 2d. Influenza — The influenza epidemic has fairly bombarded Cobar. We were thinking of referring to individual cases, but, after consideration, we find it would be easier to numerate those who haven't got it. Fortunate. — Goold's Syndicate, com- posed of employees in Mr Pierce Goold's store were successful in Tattersall's sweep &nbsp; &nbsp; on the Caulfield. They drew a £100, a £10 and a £5, making in nil £115, amongst nine of them. Lapsed. — The meeting of the Cobar Municipal Council called for Wednesday evening lapsed for want of a quorum, only &nbsp; the Mayor and Alderman Duffy being present. This is the first meeting that has lapsed since Mr Snelson occupied the posi- tion of Mayor. Transferred — Mr Cadell, who has occupied the position of teller in the Com- mercial Bank for about twelve months, has received notice of tra...
Sporting. The Turf. BOURKE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Sporting. The Turf. BOURKE RACES. &nbsp; The following are the results of the races on the second day at Bourke last week : — Flying Handicap. £\5 1 furlongs— Brae- bnrn and Doubloon, dead heat 1: Gozoorar 2. SquitterB, Handicap, £15, 1 milo— Sandy 1, Parn-'ox 2. Fnderation Handicap, £20, 1 mile— Zorda 1, Gozoisaar 2, Doubloon 3. Ladies' Bracelet. 7 furlongs — Miriam 1, Freedom 2, Woodsman 3. Raceuourse Handicap, £10, 6 furlongH — Gozotzar 1 H-.velork 2. Only the two horses started, and tha race was won by a bare head, Farewoll Handioip. £15, 6 furlongs— Sateen 1, Gozocziir 2.
Smoke Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Smoke Concert. There were fully eighty gentlemen at the Cobar Half Holiday Associa- &nbsp; tion's Smoke Concert in Crow's Albion Hall on Wednesday evening last. The members are now financially and numerically in a splendid position, and they evidently believe in keeping fully alive in 'times of peace as well &nbsp; as in times of war.' The idea of the smoke concert was a splendid one, tending as it will to make members maintain the keen interest they take in their society, whereas the benefits derived from such a social intercourse cannot be over estimated. The mem- bers have perhaps the longest hours generally of any section of the com- munity, and that indoors; so that &nbsp; the advantage of a good half -holiday in the week is as absolutely necessary as it is enjoyable, for the purposes of healthy recreation if nothing else. But to the concert. At the head of the table was Mr Lee (the President), while Mr Gandy (hon. Secretary) sat close to him. Other memb...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
BREVITIES. War Raging Dewey won the Caulfield. The Local Government Bill — 'Bill' Lyne. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Special Cheap Excursion on Thurs- day next. &nbsp; &nbsp; New find reported from the Peak &nbsp; &nbsp; this week. Sale of bicycle sports rights to-day (Saturday). Roman Catholic Bazaar concluded &nbsp; last Saturday. The Cobar Hospital ward was com- menced this week. N.S.W. Bookstall's war maps in &nbsp; great demand in Cobar. Wrightville Municipal election should soon take place. See Stewart Dawson and Co's attractive advt. in this issue. Wesleyan Church Fair arranged for Tuesday and Wednesday, 7th and 8th November. &nbsp; A number of 'sore heads ' have &nbsp; settled on the Opposition benches below the gangway. D. J. Mahonoy, lornl agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., Becker st, (near Linsleyst), Cobar. — 0 From Monday till Friday next &a...
Mining Methods in Sweden. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Mining Methods in Sweden. A prominent feature of the mining districts of Central Sweden is, says a writer in the Engineering Magazine, the great number of deep, gaping ravines and chasms, the remains of tho old-time, open-cast workings, with here and there some of the old covered winding gear still about. Another striking feature is the system of overhead travelling rods, paintod red, used to convey power from tho water wheels to the pumping, hcistiug, or other gear. Their day is doomed with the introduction of electrical transmissions of powar, but now they are bncounterod here and th^re, across country ; aud always groaning pit eously as if aware of their doom. With regard to the treatment of tho mines,; by far thu groater portion of the iron ore as it comes from the mines in Central Sweden is simp y subjected to hand picking before sand Ing to market; but where this does not suilice tbe practices usual else where aro.introduoed, such j,a cobbling with or without-washing und pbkir...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
MINING. &nbsp; Messrs Leonard Dodds and Co. re- port the output of the Great Cobar Mine for last week at 54 tons,17cwt. of refined ingot copper. Mr T. Longworth returned from &nbsp; Sydney this week. &nbsp; Mr J. Gudgeon, senr., is now &nbsp; manager of the Young Australia mine, &nbsp; Mr Hunt having been granted three &nbsp; months' leave. We understand that &nbsp; the latter gentleman purposes visiting &nbsp; West Australia. News from Drysdale is to the effect &nbsp; that the mine has improved very much, and shares are now in demand. From the Building, Engineering and Mining Journal we clip the fol- lowing: — 'Mr George Grey, of Grey &nbsp; Bros., the well known mining engi- &nbsp; neers of Cobar, N.S.W., is at the &nbsp; present time visiting Melbourne in &nbsp; connection with the flotation of the South Occidental Mine, Cobar. A &nbsp; very interesting description of t...
Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Wool Sales. &nbsp; The Australasian Mortgagee and &nbsp; Agency Co., Ltd.; John Bridge and Co, Ltd ; Dalgety and Co, Ltd; Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co, Ltd ; Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd ; Hill, Clark, and Co ; New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co, Ltd ; Pastoral Finance Association, &nbsp; Ltd ; Winchcombe, Carson, and Co ; Wyly, Trenchard, and Co; and .1. 0. Young and Co., report as foho\Vd for the week ending October 21 : — This week opened with a generally firm market, which continued through out. Taking the result of the four days' selling there has been little change as compared with the previous week, and all round u very strong and satisfactory market has existed. Cata ogues forward included wools from nearly all the divisions of the colony with the exception of the Mo narq. district, and a few fine samples of ? scoured wools from Queensland which sold at a very higti runge of prices. For all good fleece wools and bulk broken fleece and pieces t...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Correspondence. We do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our cor- respondents. To the Editor. Sir, — It is the opinion of a good many persons resident in this district, with whom I have discussed the matter, that the captions criticism, as expressed in the numerous para- graphs that have appeared in several newspapers from time to time, to which Lord Beauchamp's speech, at the late banquet tendered to him in Cobar has been subjected, discloses a very great deal of unfairness and narrow mindedness. In one instance His Excellency has not been reported correctly, which is decidedly unfair, especially as the inaccuracy may have caused him a little annoyance. This occurred where he referred to the case of Captain Dreyfus whose vile treatment from first to last by his countrymen, concluding with his being found guilty, in the face of overwhelming evidence in his favor, has brought much disgrace on France, and whose case had been one of the greatest &n...
Telegrams. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Telegrams. Sydney. Friday. PARLIAMENTARY. Included in the Supply Bill passed Hy the Assembly yesterday wns £268,000 for special works, in antici- pation of a loan. In the Assembly the Early Closing Bill was introduced and read for the first time. I he construction of tho Goulburn \ co urooKweu una jjuddo to t oonatn- f ble lines of railways were agreed to. The Council passed a temporary \ Supply Bill, but rejected the Coal | Mines Wegulation Act Amendment Mill by 11 votes to 9. The Works Committee has decided to close evidence on the Cobar- Wil- cannia railway next Tuesday The evidence in reference to locking the Darling has also baen closed. Mr Hussall, in reply to a deputa tion ynsterdiiy, said the matter of te .ppraisernont would bo dealt with as soon as possible. lie also iiromised tba1 , as far as possible^ suspension in relari.in to payment of iustctlments, would be for a sufficiently long time t-i enable people to realise on their produco'
Pedestrianism. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
Pedestrianism. A footrace has been arranged between Messrs Frost and Finch for £10 aside. The &nbsp; race will be for a distance of 100yds, in which Frost essays to concede Finch eight yards. The race is set down for Saturday, November 11. Both parties are well-known &nbsp; footballers, and fast sprinters.
CONTEMPT OF COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
CONTEMPT OF COURT. The Full Court has ruled that the &nbsp; proprietor of the Glen Innes Guardian &nbsp; was guilty of gross contempt of court &nbsp; for commenting on the Norton crim- &nbsp; inal libel action ; but the respon- &nbsp; dent declared he was unaware of the intended publication of the article in &nbsp; question. As one proprietor had thrown himself upon the mercy of the Court, the latter had resolved not to order any punishment, but merely to compel him to pay costs.
FULLER DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899
FULLER DETAILS. Full details are now to hand relating to the battle at Elandslaagte. Major-General French, in command of the British cavalry in Natal, di- rected the operations of the British troops, while the Boers were under the command of General de Kock, a pro- minent member of the Transvaal Volksraad. Acting under directions from Lieutenant General Sir George Stewart White, Commander-in-Chief &nbsp; in Natal, Major-General French ad- vanced and gave the Boers battle. -He found the enemy occupying rocky bills of exceptional strength, and at once ordered the artillery into ac tion' ' The Natal Battery and the 21st and 32nd Batteries of Britifh Field Artil lery, opened on tho Boer positions at a distance of about 4000 yards. The Boors replied, and a brief ar tillmy duol took place. The Boors' shells , were directed with precision, bursting well. Their guns wore, how ever, soon silenced, although they afterwards re-opened fire on tho slightest opportunity. Throughout the Bo...