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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Local and General Social. — An enjoyable social pro- moted by a number of Cobar bachelors was held in Crow's Hall on Thursday night, 15 to 20 couples being present. The proceedings terminated about 2 a.m. We understand these socials are likely to be fortnightly fixtures. Musical. — We have pleasure in directing attention to the notice in our business columns that Mrs Geo Hooper is prepared to receive pupils for musical tuition. Auction Sale. — Probable buyers will remember the sale of J. E. Field- ing's furniture by Mr Musgrove next Monday at 2.30 p.m. Cheap Excursion to Melbourne. — The Railway Commissioners announce the issue of tickets to Melbourne at cheap rates by the train leaving Cobar at 7.35 a.m. on 15th February, avail- able for return from Melbourne by the mail train up to 23rd March 1899. Sheep and Large Stock Directors. — The annual meeting of owners for the election of directors will be held on the 24th inst. The polling places for this district are Cobar, Booroo- mugg...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress at Meryula. THE ROTARY DISC PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Progress at Meryula. THE ROTARY DISC PLOUGH. By the courtesy of the hospitable manager of Meryula station, Mr E. J. Doyle, a Cobar Herald representative had the opportunity this week of in- specting the work of the Spalding- Robbins rotary disc plough, which seems to be the ideal cultivator for the sun-bakod ground of the western country, and will probably be gener- ally adopted by progressive pastoralists. The principle of the plough is simple, as successful expedients mostly are. A row of circular revolving discs may be said to slice and pulverise the ground, leaving it in appearance more as if dug than ploughed in the old way. The frame of the machine is triangular, and wheels at opposite angles keep the row of discs going straight. The machine is steered by a lever, which, as our representatives found by personally 'navigating' the   plough some distance, is very easily worked. The Meryula cultivation paddock is 100 acres in extent and very hard, as might be expecte...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

MINING. Gilgunnia notes held over. Mr David Milne, Inspector of Mines for Cobar District, is at present at Broken Hill on the business of his department. A visit to the Occidental mine at the present time shows the rapid and well directed work going on in the way of tank excavation under the management of Mr Faull. For some time there have been two scoops and five drays at work and over 8,000 cubic yards of soil have been taken out. Preparations are proceeding for the erection of the new cyanide vats. Like those already in use and des- cribed, they will be each of 100 tons capacity and whenever water is avail- able the profitable treatment of the Occidental tailings will proceed once more under the capable direction of Mr Mclnierney. A glance at the Fort Bourke is sufficient to enable one to grasp the fact that when the Cobar Gold Mines Ltd., do get going again it will be on a simply stupendous scale. The three massive brick piers for the leaching vats resemble the foundations of a ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr Warden Brown. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. Bofore Mr Warden Brown. W. J. Hogan applied for three months suspension of labour on G-L's 248, at Restdown. Work to the value of £282 11s 8d had been done on the leases. The property could not be worked at a profit at the present time. A battery was in erection on the field, when it was hoped the mine could be worked to some advantage ; At present there was no water nearer than about four miles, which was in the tanks of a station lessee, and the ore had to be crushed in Cobar a distance of 30 miles. Adjourned to the next Warden's Court on the 22nd, for the production of evidence that the rent had been paid. William Bedford, for the Good Friday G.M.Co., applied for three months suspension on G.L. 269 on account of want of water, and also for the benefit of a crushing plant about to be erected. — Granted for three months. Robert McPherson applied for three months suspension .on G.L. 259 portion 5, Mt Drysdale, to start earlier in the event of getting Gover...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Grave Storm. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

A Grave Storm. To those who have had no actual experi- ence of the dust storms in the back country, the accounts given from time to time in the provincial newspapers of their effect are regarded as romances. The man who writes that fences have been completely covered with sand, that open tanks have been filled with the same material; that ploughs left in the field were buried in a few weeks, and that the whole aspect of the plains has been changed, is regarded by town folk as a Rougemont of the first water. These statements, nevertheless, are strictly true ; and a still more incredible result of the effects of the wind has just come to light. There is a large sandhill situated near the Adelaide camp, in the Booligal dis- trict, and, many years ago, the bodies of two men were buried at a depth of six feet in the sandy soil of this ridge. A recent visit to the spot revealed to a passer-by the gruesome sight of the coffins fully exposed to view, the sand and soil that had covered them ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Elections. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Municipal Elections. NOMINATION DAY. At noon on Tuesday last some 40 to 50 ratepayers and others assembled at the Council Chambers to hear the views of the various gentlemen who have been nominatod for civic honors. The Mayor (Mr E. James, J.P.) pre- sided and announced that he had re- ceived the following nominations : — For the position of Aldermen.   Wm. Joseph Hogan, nominated by Messrs Gudgeon, Clifton, Jeffery, and Breden. Henry J. Cornish, nominated by Messrs Gudgeon, Clifton, and Jeffery. Michael J. Duffy, nominated by Messrs Ramsay, Dalgarno, and Alley. Wm. N. Musgrove, nominated by Messrs P. Mathews, G. H. Thomas, H. Dalgarno, H. J. Edgar, W. F. Platten, and A. U. Alley. Robt. Hunter, nominated by Messrs Snelson and Dewey. For the office of Auditors. W. Williams, nominated by Messrs Ramsay and Jeffery. J. H. Fallick, nominated by Messrs Ramsay and Breden. W. H. E. Pass, nominated by Messrs Alley and F. W. Ward. Mr W. J. Hogan was the first can- didate called u...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

BREVITIES.   Watery   Indications       Numerous this week     Especially in Municipal speeches   Silently stolen away. — Another   bike.       Mr Hugh Miller is now manager at the Cowals.     Prophets of rain numerous ; profits   till rain few.       Aldermanic election today. Heavy   poll expected.               Several more suspensions granted       last Wednesday.     Mr L. V. d'Apice biked to Bourke   last Wednesday.     Squatters live on the fat of the land   — companies on the lard     Cobar Bicycle Club...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool and Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 February 1899

Wool and Produce. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Asso- ciation report for week miding February t, UB follow* :— Wool. — Wo auction sales hare boen held in Sydney this week, bui nbuut 8,000 bulos will bo brought forward on the 7th und Stli mat. At tlio London sales wh.ch cluaeil on i'io 1st instant the advance on merino wool m compuied with the closing rates of j'ecembcr, amounted from 5 to 71 per cent., v bile erossbreds improved to iho i-xteot of lo per cent. Buyers here had bucu bujing during the past two months m expectation of a higher rise than is now reported, und it will not be a imiunr for surprise if at tho sales next week some weakness is shown. At the eanio liuio tho prospects for the clip now growing are eucu that merino wool especi ally should well maintain it* position at the luier eaUs of the year, ami any improvement will bo promptly in evidence here where ?i.les no on all the year round, JLalluw.— A. good deumud from both 80O tions ot' tho trade was noticed at tho...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

Its Effects and How to Bemedy Them. jot wo:ith'cr makes people ill in more ways thaa oue^ but particularly by its effects upon 1 lie bl od. A S^i/EiVS! A~~l' tbrally ' bloodlcssness '-^-meaas thin, watery blood, a condition more or less contingent on residence in this hot atmosphere for anyone, but particularly dangerous to some persons, and to all children. ? MAKE YOITU BLOOD HIGH' ANB RE®, therefore try supplying it. with special blond-building material, contained only in HB II! lift I§9 Pilf PIT LS FOR FfltS PEOPLE These Pills are not a purgative. Anjcmic people make themselves worse by the repeated use of purgatives Why? Because a purgative, which can give but temporary relief in any case, weakens the whole body. You don't want making weak to enable you to stand the heat ; IT IS STKEN^Ta YOU WANT, and Dr Williams' fink Pills for Pale People will give you strength. They enrich the blood and steady the nenres. Men, weak and lost to manhood and ambition, will easily recognise their...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

Warden's Report. ai.li ill c.ni'-te.y ifili Vi'ii Ion Bro\n n,l the Unri'MCBretnry for Minis we ? ? f nablt'd I' publish, povoral months he i re.iin 'ttpp^ai'iince. in tho usual JJoparl ?aUl' viiIuiiii- the Warden's roport for I 18, » Inch -in s is follows. — h , — I do myself Mm honor to aulitnit my jinriil reprrt for the yiar .ndin.' 3)5t De cemixr, 1808. i pi-t T-'ti bus been a rery disietiom nno jWip(! to the \ery severe dr ujjlil with ? ?? 'i llio wholn of this wontcrn porlion of ? In olony lia- been slrii-kon, lieing the most fcei.o drought that the oldest resident of ib' district ban erer oxperienred, and pp. -liing for myself I ean sny thnt after 25 je.is experience in this wo-tern district I imi » never bh n anything approaeiiing it, the se'-rity of it caused, probably, by it hav ing been one continuous drought extending Oft.!1 a period of four years. This severe dr light bus been very detrimental to the ni-aOf industry, ami much tniniog and (ii-.pecting hii« been deterred ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A Sure Thing." Many The One That Will Find In These Words What They Have Looked For. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

'A Sure Thing.' Sl.ny The One. That Will Find In These . Words What They Ha»o Looked 1'or. ilo you know what it i» to have a back ihai -ii never free from .iicb.es and oonstunt pains— a lame baok, and aching back, in ,nct (i buck that makes your lifo a misery ? Whiit have you done for it, and doi-s it eiiil keep you from that happiness which ueri.'Oi health brings to all? We knon full weljj if auch is your condition, you are IojI iiig for a ' su -o filing', something that wi'ii relieve ihe |.ain, ren-i-ve~'the cauas, and restore the systom to the condition designed h.i nature. Perhaps tlm following stiite iii ut iiitidc by a JJubbo citizen may help r- ii in finding that 'tuie. thing'. n hat follows is the testimony given by Mis Sate JJeigbttn of Cobburah St, Dubbo. ? I have been 10 years in Dubbo and my h'.s.and is employed as a tiolly driver, for ? .. i..-al -lii-iii. For 10 y ran I have suffered -I ? irioiia liuiea from the 'effects of dis ot.u-red kidneys. My back used to aahe hi...

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[?]hirst. [?] Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

'?''.-'' i i hirst. UOIHKK I 11. ? 'iiv. .K und' »'.i- f. mi . ii iln-cim- .'a billy. mil, w1hc)i;\it il us Mo**1: ' I Yrti-I.C'il fr in wtti t;Of »hIit, li-mij; No. 2 Uoie, Unsino, nmlil.i: f i- .Nil It ilo ??. S/ilin' urjr ' i.wu. '— Daily piipir. lliivi'll i Ii e e1 ii it liivulu.ir r.inti.1, A mill .-II lull tilings wvir.l mi. i bl.i.ihKO ';V 'lh- ? ilrtui l.uil' l.iy. Wnlciii |i iIm Mill's d pil'-iiii^ ruv, Ij^lnw - 'n-iil . blnzuuf liiilit, rt^'ii.k ii.ii- tilt.- sli-itfe* i t n .Jn— -?;;? i imi m-i luiifi ii.Bii-. J-'bf h in ivlm 'llfit.li the .v.i tin's «h irle 1 [if u'lil - f.nm in sorro.v hi I ; It'ii'uy ('? Hi -r In humbly jira.ieil — ...' Nil mlq prnypr. Kirr«ilil ilnijii uii'triivil eTrrvnhcra — Ir.oinv b- ilml lie .leiply i urs'cl, I olu.'.iil .In? naimi - r 0 .1 mill i hi-Ut ; -; id know.' 'tis Iiit.I to die fioui t Jnr.-t Dili ? ln- Nevri ''III' I- K|lirl 3 III' llujl.'tl'lllll I IMVC'S I. .ll. ilo«n on ili's-fiiitiid j^mves ]?'?? ni wIiimo tin! si i\ am of crvalal l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

THE * * C05M0S Pnoto Studios, mn PADULASTERKaCE MARSHALL STREET. We have much pleasure in announcing tin! we huvu secured the eeriicei or' ufiisl class operator, and the very highest class of work will ba turned out. We gunrant'.e onr clients absolute satisfac tion. Prices 15s per doz OabinetB Enlargement for nothing Outdoor work, Flashlight Photos, etc. token ut- any time Portraits in Platinotype, , Silver, -^^. ? or Cosmotype. Enlargements on Carbon Bromide or Opal tiniehed in bluek and white, oil or Cosmos Photo /^-w '''?'? Studios KlJMOJrl and TQ.DD, PKOPRIEXOKS. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF COBAR Tenders. Tenders will be received up to 29 th Inst., at 7 p.m., for Drain Work and Fencing at the Cemetery, Cobar. Plans and Specifications can be seen at the Council Chambers during office hours. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Tenders to be endorsed ' Tender for Cemetery Work,' and addressed to the undersigned. JOHN LEAH, . , Council Clerk. Municipal District of Cobar. N...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

LONDON. TltUKSDiT. In New York 100,000 people have been left by the blizzard and cold in starving condition. New York was cut oil' from all communication on Monday, and a famine threatens half Washington. lu thu Philippine war, the Ameri cans, who are using Catling and Hotchkiss guns, occupied Jaio, near Ilo Ilo, after sharp fighting. Near Manila there was a desperate fight at close quarters, the Filipinos retiring. The British, German, and American consulates at Ilo Ilo were burnt. Owing to the recent weather the price of coal in the American Eastern titates is doubled. The Italians of Istria, AustroHun gary, threaten to imitate the Rornan Catholics of Germany in making a wholesale conversion to Protestantism.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

P. SNELSON, BAKEK, CONFECTIONER, &o. LINSLEY STREET, COBAE. Pntronise P. Snelson, the recognised Family Baker, where you will get the best if »verything going in his Picnics, Parties, &c f-. ??? ( mpplitil C/Uthe fhortee ?-'' ''? ''' noti'O, and in fact ever; j'»H [ description of catcrin| executed, fflflii Wishes to inform all his friends that he has re-taken luo NUI LK OF IAN HOTEL . COOLABAH. ^, Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemer Boarders. Apply, Mbs. BAEKER, Becker Street. lifH & co., General Carriers, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom House, and CominiaBion Agents Head Office— 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied in Any Quantity at Seasonable Kates. Wool con sibnsd. jQHN LBAH( Manager, Cobar. 'XIosepHsonT Watchmaker, Jeweller AUD OV ALIi KINDB OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADEL-AIDE-ST., -— B3E/A¥J3t^yB— DIAAIOKD aJilXEK & OPAL CUOTEK. PEOPLE IN THE COUN'JCEY can rely up receiving 1'ioiupt Attention J JOSBPE-ECK, Blayuoy. Cobar Grammar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

-^^BUYFQB CASH. 12s b-.ived in Every £* OLOUO.E-SllUIL.l1 OKNLU LIVERPOOL-STUMS I' CORNER (OIM'HSIIU lURfy UOltDCRN -) iaiDNEYbGUUVI? (JVSH PUliS'l UlNtf EUPOltlUM A. Hall & Company. , IALL- IHMlUA' liLDROOM c'UI1B, coamsting of Wmdiolo with *? I lute 'Ijps I Hint mil Dmweis, Duuiess Ohe t of Dihwois with Jewol liuyy. Muble-tip Wiiaj-etnuil, loft el Hull, nnil Olinii Oui Pil «is All 7-4 dil / Wo have dii/«U3 -if otboiti to toleot fiom at 16, £1, £10, 1/1 i up to '»ij puce VLLS U\ND(MI UT UEDjLLVI, full m/ , complete, with Be^ Duublu \V \ Who Mattiess nml set of best Bedding li \o* , oiho price , £4, i-o i.7, to 12 guineas See our window displuj 1 LLs DINIVG EOOM ^jUH'E conM tuio' of ( ouoh, Pmr Has} Chans, and 0 I'added-bucs Oh-iirs, substantially tniule, ? uud guufuuteed, i.0 11)3 Piftj other* to select iioiu at £7, 18, i.10. to Jo guineas . nUNMlY ULsIDLNlS, WRIL'L. TOR OUR ILLOJSriUTEU OVi'ALOGUU lOTJNTKY UllDEUd PAUK13D FKKE. _.&,_ sc^£xjXj && Co ...

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MELBOURNE FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

MELBOUniVE, FllIUAf. Last year's Victorian railway deficit was about £500,00u. By the burning of Henty's bonded warehouses here yesterday 899,0001b of tea were destroyed. The damage reached £80,000 ; insurance on stock and buildings £75,000.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

Telegrams. FltlDAY. Mr Reid and Mr Barton are now in cordial agreement as to getting the Commonwealth Bill accepted by the people of this colony. Practically no opposition is expected in the Assombly to the Enabling Bill, and therefore lif f.ia ill t.t\ a f^.cvtirtnt I ' i The reported anthrnx outbreak at Maitland is coniirmed. Argument in the' Mercadool land cases was not concluded whoa the court rose yesterday. The ' S.M Herald' strongly urges Government relief to drought-stricken v squatters and settlers, and suggests a tempoiary suspension of rentals, wholly or in part, pending report on individual cases.

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Unprejudiced Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

Unprejudiced Doctor. ???In tho average medical man prejn-; dice and professional caste is very strong^ He is c((ucatod in this at mosphere j and his associations in after years but:8tr.-ugthen. his early! 'teachings. . Yetithere, are mindV in tne pruteBS.oo, active, a'ert, vigorous, abreast and ahead of their dny and gene au. in, who refuse to be bound or stand still. If they 'Iganriot cure with iheir list of p^ei.-^rutiunB.',' they are willing to. try other eh'iidie*, albeit they are of another school, or perhaps no school at all. * Score* of reputable phyHicians, becoming diucou o,gpd at the results of th^ir, prescriptions, bavo p\)t aijldp. pr judiie and pre scribed Wurnor's S..fo Cure', with most grntil'ving results. Toey have freoly attested those facts over tbeir own signatures. Dr It, Shaw, of liockhainptgn, holda the highest medical honors, and is well and favorably known throughout Queens land, consequently bio ex,pQrieuee will interest AuBfc.aliaiiH, He writes :— 'I bave m...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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SANDER AND SON'S EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 February 1899

SANDER AND SONd EtTCALYPr '? EXTBA0T According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered tiuoalypti Extract, which possess no curative qualities. In protection of tbe worldwide fumo nf S.w-niju *x-r. c:/\^^^ preparation wo publish a few abstracts from these reports, which bear fully out that no reliance can be placed in other products:— Dr. W. B. Hush, Oakland, Out., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sander axd dON's) I employed different other pre parations, they had no therapeutic valuo no bad effects. In one case the effects wore similar to tho oil ca.npb.ora, the objectionable action of which is well known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland Oregon, saya— ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (iiAMiEK and jSons) I used no other form of eucalyptus^ as I think it is by fur the best.' T)e. L f. Preston, Itynchburgh, Va., writes '? I never used any preparation other than; dander and Sons', a...

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