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WAR. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

WAR. Monday. The Boer Secretary of state has published a manifesto, denouncing the British as murderers and treaty breakers. He says that British states- men have defrauded and libelled the Afrikander nation. General White intends to re-open the Glencoe railway Mr Schreiner, Cape Premier, is working loyally with Sir Alfred Mil ner. A strict censorship is being exer cised over telegraphic news. The news of the British victory at Glencoe caused considerable excite meni in the city. The Sydney contingont wiU sail for South Africa on satiuday next. Thero i.s grout excitement in military circles. Officers have not yet been selected. The Now Zealand contingent for the sent of war sailed on Saturday amid a scene of wild ('X'iteinwit Patriotic speeches wero made by tho. Premier, Captain Kns^ell, aud Sir Robert Stout. 50,000 persons were present, and the ship carrying the volunteers wa3 escorted by 10,000 people in stoampr3. During the debate in the FIoush of Commons on the Triinsvaal ten mi...

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

Cobar District Hospital. The usual, monthly meeting of the Cobar District Hospital Committee was held in the Council Chambers on Monday evening. Present : — Messrs   Breden (President), James, Platten,   Kinkead, Edgar, Loughman, Hooper, Philips, Bailey, Snelson, Musgrove,   Stevenson, and Dr Robinson. A letter was received from the Chief Secretary's Office, stating that the matter of a special grant for the new wards would be considered when the new estimates were considered. Mr H. J. Cornish wrote offering some London Graphics to the Hospi- tal. This was accepted with thanks. Mrs Smith, of Nillera, made a simi- lar donation of periodicals which the committee gratefully acknowledged. Various cheques were received. Mr P. Mathews tendered his resign- nation to the committee, as he was leaving the district. Mr Kinkead moved, and Mr Snel- son seconded, that the resignation be received. It was the general opinion that, Mr Mathews' departure was to ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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KIMBERLY INVESTED BY BOERS. INVASION OF NATAL. NAVEY MOVEMENTS. FRENCH AND RUSSIAN FLEETS , CAUSE SUSPICION. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

KIMBERLY INVESTED BY BOERS. INVASION OF NATAL. NAVEY MOVEMENTS. FRENCH AND RUSSIAN FLEETS CAUSE SUSPICION. London, Thursday. Kimberley is completely invested by Boers. The streets are barricaded and blocked, with barbed wire. It is estimated that 80,000 Trans- vaal and Free Staters are invading Natal. A strong naval brigade has been sent to the Cape frontier. At Elandslaagte, 600 Boor horses wero captured. It is unofficially announced that a squadron of Hussars, numbering about 80, wore captured during the pursuit from Glencoe. Six officers were taken prisoners. Another account states that thirty Hussars, after a perilous ride, reached Ladysmith. A sersous engagement occurred at Rietfontein. Six officers were wounded and 14 mon killed und 90 wounded. The East Indian squadron is con ? centrated near tho Porsian Gulf. The Mediterranean fleet is at Malta. The Channel 'Squadron is proceed ing to Gibraltar... The Italian Squadron is concon lrated ill Spezza.. This is owing ..'to tho move...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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A La Dreyfus. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

A La Dreyfus. Recent experience of Mr. W. J. Buckharu havo brought home to him at least, some idea of the vigorous treatment meted out to Captain Dreyfus whilst imprisoned on devil's Island. . When I saw Mr. Buckham   at his rooms in Bent street, Sydney,' writes our reporter, ' his fate bore no trace or tuo torcnres wmcu uis suusa quont narrative disclosed he had under v gone. Remarking this to Mr. 'Buckham that gentleman 'replied.' ' It ad you soen me a few,: months ' ago ocular demonstration would havo been possible. My arms, logs, shoul ders, arid in fact, the whole of my ; body bore ? uuinistakonble in irks ' of ?I torture as a result of which my joints became stiff and swollen.' ' And like Dreyf in you were kept a close prisoner.' : ' Yes, during tbV winter of 1898 I was not ablo,to 1 .-ive-my' room ; I ;: always had been subject to rheumatism ; aud it was wor.s ? tlion than it had ever before been. S'i u-p, pains shot across ' my back ani !V.-m shoulder ti shoul d...

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Latest. New South Wales Contingent. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

Latest. New South Wales Con- tingent. Sydney, Friday. 186 men of the Infantry had been provisionally selected for service in South Africa, but this number has been reduced to 125. The Assembly passed a Supply Bill for £812,000, including £30,000 for the New South Wales contingent. The Cabinet has decided to send 10 special service officers with the Trans- vaal contingent.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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It Was Indigestion. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

It Was Indigestion. You awake in the morning more     tired than when you went to bed, with an unpleasant taste in the mouth, and the tongue coated and dry. Little appetite for breakfast - even what you eat causes pain and acidity — or faint sensation in the pit of the stomach. The face is flushed, complexion sal- low, ana you aro run down. Thou sands are suffering from indigestion and liver complaint, where one bottle of Warner's Safe Curo would re ieve them, and thrae or four bottles com pletely cure. The instructions for use accompanying each bottlo are simple Read a lfidy's experience: — Albert St., Chewton, Vic, ._' For a period of two years I was a great sufferer from indigestion in the form ;o£ chronip: dyspepsia. WhatI suffered from vomiting, pains in the' chest and hoadj. 'hysteria, and \ im-; ppyeiished.. blood, 'I cannot describe. I consulted three -doctors,' and tried many so-called rpniedies, but without, dprivbg' n^y ?? hStfirfi ? whifr-yer.' ...

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A Cookery Book Free. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

A Cookery Book Free. We haved just received a copy of a cookery book entitled 'Everybody's   Cookery' published by the Bile Bean Manufacturing Coy. This production is gotten up in a really first class manner, and has 32 pages. The recipes have been prepared by one of Australia's first chefs, and the cost of each dainty dish is the lowest possible, combining economy within excellence, so that the book is equally useful to the poor as well as the rich. Some thousands have been printed, and the Bile Bean Manufacturing Company offer to send a copy to any address, free of charge, on the condition that you mention the namn of this paper when writing, enclosing a penny stamp to pay tho postage. Addrass, Bile Bean Manufacturing Coy., 89 Pitt Street. Sydney. The busy house wife will find this publication well worth procuring, aud when writing for sains, don't forget to mention the name of this paper.

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Do You Wear Stays? [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 October 1899

Do You Wear Stays? If you do you should exercise great caution as tight lacing is possibly one   of the most injurious practices among women to day. Compression of tbe abdomen is .-ure to cause liver trouble of some sort, and many a girl ias suffered years of torture io after life th ough tight lacing. If the liver be comes displaced and presses on the heart, palpitation is the rosult, and this is a most disagreeable as well as a dangerous comp'aiht. Another thing to i'O considered is the inability of the various digesave organs to do their duty if the spaeo allowed tliom by nature be taken away. Indigestion and liver trouble always spoil the disposition, and incessant suffering makes life unbearable. Bile Beans for Biliousness are a specific for all cases of debility, headache, indiges tion, and constipation, and liver trouble, and will be f..und a great boon to ftl who suffer from tight lacing. We would recommend, how ever, that the latter be abHndon'd Bile Beans am s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

THE VILLAGE BlACKSMH't 3. Gives up His Work. SICK, SUFFERED and SAVED, The Case of Mr. Wm. MCCARTHY. {From the Windsor and likhm-iul Gatette). BY OUR SPECIAL KKl'OUTKK. Information having lieen convoyed to the 6'tf2e«cth»tSlr.SloCiii-tliylmilroeovei\dfrpm A Very Serious illness, we at once detailed u n-porler to make full einjiiiries into tho lmitlur, liml also to per soimlly interview MuGuiliy jiiimeif on the &uliiect. WThen our reporter uriivcd at McUrath'B Hill, Hear WinuW,:, he found, whoth he sought, powerfully wielding a sledge liuiuiiiur in liia forge. 'J'lie nay thut Mr. AlcCnr hy liflcil up tlio heavy aledgo us though it uoigli.vil .but. ii few. ounces ijnito astonished our' ropoi'ter, for he had expected to find the blacksmith in ? . . V ;-.'.« A Weak State of Health. ' How do you feel, naked our ie|MU!ur ?' ' Never felt belter in my life,' lepliril thu lUUmilli; and he put down his: hummer, anil enlercd straight away into a uuiivcr satio». ?? - ? -. :??.-? ..- -.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Municipal District of Gladstone. Appointment of Presiding Officer for Revision Court. Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, Nov 2, 1899. HIS Excellency, the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council has been pleased, in accord ance with the provisions of sub-section 6 of seotion 54 of the Municipalities' Act, 1897, to appoint WILLIAM. JOSEPH HOGAN,, Esq., J.P., to hold an OPEN COURT for the pur pose of revising the Municipal List for the Municipal District of Gladstone. (Signed) '. JOHN SEE. Municipal District of Glaistone. REVISION COURT. Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney. Nov 2, 1899. IT is hereby notified that His Ex cellency, the Governor, with the ad vice of the Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the following as the time and place for the holding of the Court for the revision of the Munici pal List for the Municipal District of Gladstone, viz. ;: — Lew's Hall, Wrightville; Time, Friday, 10th November, 1899, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. (Signed) .JOHN SEE. MJ3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Notice. DURING my temporary absence of ten days from the district, Permits to Travel Sheep may he obtained from PHILIP OAF. DEN, Esq., Lerida, or any other Sheep Director of this District. ? JAMES COTTON. Lost A GOLD BAR BROOCH, set with ?pearls, between Mr Fallick's and Dal ?ton Park. Finder will be rewarded .on returning same to MRS M. J. DUFFY. Scarcity ^m^^-- OF WATER. lHR5|il| DINNER Peerless Steam Cooker. The whole dinner can b3 put on at once, covered up and loft alone until ready to serve, without borrowed fla vor. This Cooker can be used on an ordinary Stove, Primus Stove, or open fire. , , . , The prices for these Cookers, which :are within the reach of all, are as fol lows : — From 25s to £2 According to the size of the family. An exhibition of cooking in ttai above Cooker will be given u CROW'S HALL, opposite School o Arts, Becker Street, on M0NDA1 afternoon. Dinner will be put on a 1 o'clock sharp and taken up at o'clock sharp. THE PUBLIC ARE CORDIALK , INVITED. The Rep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

PERSONS desirous of purchasing land should reniornber the Sale of Land situated in the Township of Gladstone, — To take place on — SATURDAY NOV 25, 1899 Sale takes place on the Ground. Terms to Suit Purchasers. ' ; . . TIT-LE TO R R E N S 'Allotments will also be sold privately on application to— R K I N K E A D, STOREKEEPER,_^ BARTON STREET, COBAR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

TO -a'UOSE ABOUT 'TO BC1LD. Timber- and Joinery Merchants, TTTAVE in Stock ready for Immediate XX Supply, PORTABLE- WEA'lHEK- BO ABO' - COTTAGE3 of all descriptions, ready for oroc' ion ; Frames only, or fltlod compile willi ereiy requisite. Country orde;* dispatched with proinpti tudo and care. Offices and Mills, Pyrmont Bridg.' Bono. Branch Yards und Wharves, Bliiokwnttlo Buy. Send for Price List.-. 'Timher, Joinery, Mouldings, I iimery, Galruniaod Iron und Builders Supplies ot ull kinds at Lowest Current Mutes. iissiii ' Harcourt Streot, _ .??''?:?.. COBAB. ,u ii. ? PROPRIETORS. MltfE 0SDfiR!F~A ' SPECIALITY, ? Caah Buyers of Bcrap castings. Agent for. Klonlyke Gold Dishes and Auralin— a- god-send to minemariagura ? A'Blaoksmitnla tTuyece irons made ? '1:;r^f i :|£ .... I ?.Mi «Bp 3 ju-.iSt 0 ?? ...8 A* &£*h -** ? ?*S§ 1 w\l\ & ii m ?i'il- ll§ ' - fP% s \\ J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller iMEDALLIST, OF AM KINDS OP Masonic & Oddf ellows' Jewel : ' ADELAI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

''reliable furniture, -carpets, bedsteads, and beiib^so AND WHEBF. TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPA'NY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS?* DRAWING ROOM SHITE, | FINING ROOM SUITE, VEPY STRONG ? t f i tii.,.1. f.n,,,.i, Pair Ea«v i COUCH, PAIR EASY.and 6 SMALL in Tapestry and l'lusu, Couch, run Jiasy nniT»-i- Chairs, and ?! Carved Chairs, for £-t CHAIRS,^ 10s ? 50 othors, 5, 10 to 20 guineas, at I All spring-scbtea ana Paddod Backs, o HAIl'8. ' ' guineas j 20 others,^. ;7, 12, and 20 | gniaeas, at HALL' So DEDROOM SUITE, WALNUT COLOR FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTER BED OR POLISHED PINE, ; ;' STEAD, BRASS/BAIL, Wardrobe, Plate gUaa Door and Drawers, Double-wire Mattrosa, and, .Sot BeBt Woo' I uohess Cheat Drawers, with glass at- Flaok with liOBt Kapok Bedding, £i tached, Marble top Washstmid. Towel 10a ; Bedding, £3 15s. . Rail, and Cftne Choir,- t'C 15a j 30 ? V.-' Bedroom Suitoa to select, Ci nn, 0, 12,18 50 LateBt Deaign BedBteitSs to select from to 50 guineas. ^- -.. . at HALJi'Ss A. IE3I,A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

TCT_LET. A Small Cottage. Apply to . Mrs 0. Smith Tattersall's Hotel. 'T;''!— c- bTelwin SOLICITOR, ETC-. ? Commissioner for Affidavits^ MARSHALL STREET, COBAB. THE PANtV PACKET Best Valoe Kegulumr 'I. torlh i'r 1URR1ID WOMEN; Iiooii U. »ny fimmli' !r.»n U to 45 yr»ri. Fuitrnl tc- your d™r, '.'s. 3J. Also Supfrb Conn Oi'na, I'ooTuxmu uukn. »uil 1.0 nt I'ili.v ... la. e»-.-b, fK^'.od. II11. IUU1J!. W Eliubeth Street. ' SEVEN SEORET S OF 'SAFfiT V~' My iKteit for M AttiUEr Woxicn, north *fi. Vooted 2d. to any »'Mica«.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

j «sl#^ SMOKE THREE CASTLES CIGARETTES T.-U. f f\nz PURE.AROMATIC AMD WHOLESOME.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Sports. Sports. Sports. Under the auspices of the G.U.O. Oddfellows, will be he'd on . . Boxing Day, 26th Dec, 1899, in the 4iv Cobar Park. 'Fuller programme in future issue. . ... JOHN ANDRE W, ' Hon Sec. Public Notice. NOTICE is hereby 'Riven that the Cobar to Nyinageo toni around iho Sreat Cobar Copper Miniug Go's 3!ag dump has been rajuraed and is no longer open to public use. Thos. LONGVVOHTH,' Manager i Great Cobar Copper Mine. : C 0 N CE RJ V R. C. Convent School Children, as sisted by leading Local Amateurs, — tN aid of — i ! :.* .on vent School Debt; ?-- . t WILL. TAKE PLACE IN THE ' ? Masonic Hall ON Thursday, Nov Qi 1890 .Admission— Front seat 8s, back 2s, Gallery Is. ~THE * STAR ??--«— -? HOTEL T00.8AR CORNER OP LEWIS AND . : : . . MARSHALL STREETS. Tabled, BedB, Stabling, and Everything FIRST-CLASS. Billiard Room under able Management . Only First Quality of DrinkB kept in Stock. m R S IS A H E R, ? STAT?.HOTEL. « A Silver Watch GIVEN AWAY ^500 GIVEN AWAY THI8 YEAR! WiS...

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Songs in Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Songs in Public Schools. Statements appearing in the press that the songs in our public schools are set in too high a key brings to mind a report received from Mr. Geo. M. Hassing a state school teacher Hadden Bush, Southland, N. Z., which is actu- ally a song of praise, and one that is   universally used in all the Australian colonies. He writes : 'I am pleased to testify to the great benefit I have derived from the use of Warner's Safe Cure, when a few years 'ngo I was suf fering from kiduey disorder. From Mr. C. H. Miwalistor, Chemist, Inver cargill, I obtained my last' case of Warner's Safe Cure, and it completely restored me and put 'the into grand form.' Not only in public schools, but in private life this song of praise is sung in every key, arid ;.cau be hoard on every hand all ovor.this fair land.

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Police Court. TUESDAY. (Before Mr Brown, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Police Court. TUESDAY. (Before Mr Brown, P.M. Lily Case sued James Case (her husband) to pay for the support of herself and six children. Mr Hogan   and the Police Magistrate urged the parties to settle the matter, and an attempt was made but without avail. Plaintiff said her husband did not live with her and had not given her   anything since last August. He was now engaged at the Occidental bat- tery. She asked for 20s per week. She did not know her husband's   reason for not supporting her children. She refused to live with her husband and also declined to let him have the children. She had not seen him drinking during the last 18 months. Ellen Jenkins, plaintiff's sister, said that plaintiff came to live with witness's parents last Xmas. Case had ordered her out of the house. He had at times sent them a little to keep the children. James Case said he was a laborer, and plaintiff's husband. He was willing to support the children. In the past...

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A Strong Woman an a Weak Back. Are never found together. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

A Strong Woman and a Weak Back. Are never found together. When woman breaks down she invariable tells you her ' back gave way. ' The constitutional weak spot in womankind is the kidneys. That is natural from distribution of weight throughout the body in the sexes, womon are heaviest from the waist down, men are heaviest from the waist   up. The .small of tho back is much .. smaller proportionally in women than iu men. The kidneys lie under the ... . small of. the baok, hence women suf ferers from kidney complaints out number the men oxcept where the occupation of men exercises a constant strain on the kidneys. But thank science wherever found, and from whatover cause, in either sex, Doan's Backache Kidney Pills will euro that backache as sure as you take them. _ Mrs Jano Mathews has resided in West Dubbo for the last four years. Her husband is a wood carter. She says, ' For some years I have suffered from an aching back, the ? result of kidney disorder. The small of my ...

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