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Mr Reid's Impatience. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Mr Reid's Impatience. Mr Reid keeps reiterating that he is very pleased at the opportunity of a rest from administrative responsi- bility. Yet nearly'-Jevery neC aud word of his show how uncomfortable he is out of office, . The fact is Mr Beid is moat impatieuton the Opposi tion bandies and thirsts to be 012k in power again. But does ho desarv3 an immediate recall?; It must not be forgotten that he was five years at the head of an administration and an overwhelming majority with this re sult. Ho pissed an ifflfeerfecb land and income taxation sfin'om 1 and he re formed the civil sbryjca iu a nunuer satisfactory only to-a few favored people. Otherwise Mr Reid was a singularly now productive premier. However, as Parkes epigrammatically observed 'Mr ReidJJs as fluent as a waterspout.' .?;;?

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Deaths. On Sunday morning last John Walker died at the Grand Hotel after a short illness. He came in from Nekarboo station, the pro- perty of Messrs Walker Bros., about a week previously, and caught influenza. Inflama- tion of the lungs supervened and despite Dr Robinson's unremitting attention, the patient succumbed. Deceased was an old resident, having been in tho Cobar district     for about a quarter of a century. He was first on Nangeribone station, and about 20 years ago he was one of three brothers to purchase Nekarboo. He was 48 years of age at the time of his death. Deceased leaves a wife and two children to mourn their loss. The remains were interred in the cemetery on Monday by Messrs Gudgeon and Clifton, when the new hearse and mourning coach were out for the first time. Only a few days previously news was received from England of the death of Mr Edward Walker, de- ceased's father, at Wimborne, Dorsetshire. It is supposed that he left a large am...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Departure of the N. S. W. Contingent. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

Departure of the N. S. W. Contingent. The send-off to the first portion of the Contingent for the Transvaal was sadly marred on Saturday by the weather, which was worse than at any time during the week. From the first item on the programme at Mm oavrauHB—tno jirescniation oi niu trum:iet to the LatioerH-till the troops ariivoil at the Quay, it rained incessantly, DOmstinies in torrent a, nnd tho proceedings were reminiscent in tliid respeot of tho re turn uf the Soudau Uni,ti'if cut. Thore was u a.-eno of bustle, and Home crinfuiiun; aiinut tho Victoria Barraok yard from in ion uutil tho troops marehod at 3 p m HIm Exoellenoy Lord BoauoUamp and ruito wito on the hcbiio early. T!ic Sydney Hi^li School presented a truhi).ct to the Lar.cera. Atuhi)ii-hop Smith. Iter Wallace Mort (Anifliciin), Rov. W. M. Dill Maokay (Moderator (»f the I'reshvterian Aesombly), and iither eccluxiHijacul robcu, and bare headfli were in tlie centre of tho square prepared to conduct a religious service, whio...

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTBACT According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest   professional standing, there are offered   Eucalypti Extraot, whioh possosB no curative qualities. In protection ot the world -wide fame of Sandeu and Sons' ; preparation we publish a few abstracts from these reports, wb'ch bear fully out that no reliance caD oe placed in other \ iroductm — Dr. W. B. Rush, Oakland, ! /ill., writoa. It ia sometimes difficult to 1 obtain tho genuine artiole (Sander and 8on's.) I employed different other pre parations, they had no therapeutio valuo i no bad effects. In one onse the effects wore similar to the oil cainphora, tho objuctionablo notion of whioh is wel known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sander and : Eons) I used no other form of eucalypti bbII think it is by far the best.' Dr. L. j P.-.Preeton, Lynohburgh, Va., writes ' I ; never used any preparati...

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The Bathuast Band Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

The Bathurst Band Contest.   The many details necessary for making the above the greatest band event ever held in the southern hemi- sphere are now almost completed. The various sub-committees are all busy completing their final arrange- ments. The grounds during the night performances are to be brilliantly illu- minated with acetylene gas. Mr A. Rigby has generously donated all the labour and materials necessary for same, and the plant has been hired by the committee from Sydney. A large platform is being erected in front of the grand stand for the selections to   be played on, and close by the tent of the judge will be erected. On Thurs- day (9th November) the bandmasters and secretaries are to be entertained by   the committee at a complimentary dinner in grandstand pavilion. The whole of the bandsmen are to be wel- comed by the mayor on Tuesday night 7th Nov., when the council hold a continental in the park. A splendid programme of music ha...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 November 1899

IN MEMORIAM. IN sad and loving memory of my beloved father, AUGUSTUS DIERKE, who departed this life Oct. 26, 1898. Had he asked us, well we know We should cry, Oh, spare this blow ; Yes, with streaming eyes should pray Lord we love him let him stay. But the Lord doth nought amiss And since he hath ordered this, We have nought to do but still Rest in silence on his will. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, MINNIE and THOMAS SATTERTHWAITE. DEATH. ON the 29th October, at the Grand Hotel, Cobar, JOHN WALKER, late of Nekarboo Station, aged   48 years. Thanks. I BEG to thank all the friends of my late dear brother, JOHN WALKER, for their expressions of sympathy and presence at his funeral, and other acts of kindnesses. S. WALKER.     31st Oct., 1899.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

i.\v.'La.\ W. N. Musgrove YT rTS received instructions from -*?*- the A.J.S. 'BANK to SELL by PUBLIO AUCTION, on Wednesday 15th inst AT 12 Noon At the late Bank premises Marshall Street, Cobar, All Furniture and Fittings, consist ing' of Safes, Office Tables, Chairs, Counter, Letterpress and Table, Shelving, Stationery, etc., Single Bed, 'Wire Mattress, Bedding, Washstand and Set, etc, etc. Also at 3 p.m., From R. 0. STEVENSON, at his Private Residence Adjoining Mr John Leah's private residence, near Railway Crossing, East Cohar, The whole of his Furniture and Effects, sonsisting of Piano, Cedai Redroom suite, Child's Cot, Mattress and Bedding, Sideboard (cedar). Mahogany Dining Table, Ohairs: Lounge, Carpets, and General House hold requirements. Also complete Kitchen Furniture, Utensils, and open 400gal Iron Tank A choice assortment of Pot Plants and one of the latest Cleveland Bicy cles, in first-class order. Owing to the Australian Join Stock Bank dosing in Cobar M Stevenson is c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

Anothkh Case ok Rheumatism CunKD inr Chambf.iii.a/n's Pain Balm — My son was afllicted with rheumatism which contracted his right limb until ho was unable to walk. After lining ouo and n half bottles of Chamber, luin's ruin Balm ho wus alilu to bo ubout ignin. I can heartily recommond it to porsons Buffering from vheunuttiBin. — John Snidor, Frood, Cnlhoun Co , W, Vn. For salo by H Dalgarno, chemist Cobar*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

Coal Trimmer's Peril. ACCOUNT bF HIS RESCUE. Several narrow escapes from death have boon reported in our columns lately in fact, there has been quite an epidemic of events of this nature. To d.iy we have yet another to record. Particulars gathered by our reporter show that Mr.. .Thomas McCann, coal trimmer , rasumg at 12 Cambridge Streot, Sydney, ihas hail such a narrow escape that death seemed inevitable. All his friends declered he would never live through it., Mr McCann thus describes theoccurenoe : — ' Yes I was in a perilous condition. through chitis, and sank into a low feverish state. I would dsze heavily in the day time, but could not sleep at night ; my appetite wholly deserted me. There was aninlonse tickling in my thro it, hackingiQough, expectoration, and shortness ofj'bieath. Day by day I grew weaker and no remedy benefited me. The doctor — a very reliable gentleman — suid that unless I became stronger I woulif never recover. But as it was impossible for me to force foo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

A Barber's Biliousness. this, .yet, when our reporter called upon him at hig place of bu?inesi, 84 George Street, Brisbane, Q., he stated that for five years his continual suffer ing from severe biliousness and from its numerous enects, he might have been a man throe times his ago. But to let Mr Zalewslii tell his own tale : — ' For the past five years, that is since I was 22, I have been up till latoly a martyr to the soverest kind Sfvp. fL^l of bilious attacks. These attacks were always accompanied by head aches and retching, and would often leave me nearly prostrated. I bo came as weak as a child, and indeed had to be treated as one. I could not undress myaelf oven. I tried mauy advertised remedies and several doc tors prescribed for mo ; no good re sulted, however, and I found both treatments very expensive. I first heard of Bile Bonus in Sydney, and, . on arrival in Brisbane, I purchased a '-.-?box. The first dose gave me imme diate relief, and, since I have been tnking Bile Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

You Cant Enjoy Your Pipe When Your Liver is Asleep. If your pipe fails to Koothc, 'tis a sign That your liver ia dull nnd supine. Rouse it to normal activity with a few doses of Warner's Safe Cure. The following is from Mr F. A. Burt, an old resident of Pourke, N. S.W. : — ' I have much pleasure in informing you that about twelve months ago I suffered from a pain in my right side an.-l tired and lauguid feelings ; and aftnr some time I got a . lump in my rij'.it side, which caused me to seek advice from a medical bjoV, where I found that f,he liver was tho cause, and knowing Warnor's Safe Cure to be a good and safe cure for same, I gava it a fair trial, with grent success. I have much pleasure to say I have never fjlt anything of it since.' Work in connection with the Byerook-Brd ivarrina railway 13 being pushed aljag at a vory quick rate. Business at Beyrock just now is very brisk anil good. Many oUsuldicrs now fujl tho eflfeota of I'm li«\l service ih»y onclii'o ilnrintr tho war M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

What it Means. That tired feeling. Destroys daily comfort Wearie3 the body, worries tbomiiul. Some say it's a lazy liver. Others say it's bad blood. They're all wrong. Tired feeling mean3 tired kidneys. ?Just a lame back means lame kid neys. And backache means kidney ache. How do you know it V Because Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cure it. Here is a case in point : Mrs B. Egan, of Cobborahs'rset, . Dubbo, a resident of 12 years st vn 1 ins:, remarks : — My kidne s .vero dis ordered for some yoar3, mv luck used to ache very much. If I stood up suddenly after having been in a stoop ing position the sivll of my back would ache very much, and I would fe-sl very giddy in the heal. I have pot over all this now thvonah taking Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, which are a very g.-wl k'dney medicine. I know rf n-iothe1: casa in which a relief was obtained by using these pills. My brother-in-law, P. Egan, who was staying here last -niitb, was suffering from backache, f hava seen him doubled up wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

? TO TIIO3E ABOUT TO BUILD. SAXT.0N~~& -BINNS Timber and Joinery Merchants. PYRSVSO^ST HATE in Stock ready for Immcdiato Supply, VORUABLE WEATHER BO \RD COTTAGES of all descriptions, rearty for «rn!-ion ; Frames only, or fltted eompltlo with every requisite. Country orders dispatched with prompti tuilo end care. Oflicce and Mills'. Pyrmont BridR!' Roaci. Branch- Yards und Wharves, Ularkwuttle Boy. %nd for Price Lists. 'limher, Joinery, -- 'Mouldings, Turnery, Galvanisod Iron und 'Builders1- Supplies of till kinds at Lowost Current Rules. iBllI, . Harcourt Streot, \ COB.AB. ? PROPRIETORS. ??''?';, jews' qbdjbbsT. speciality. CnRh BuverR of scrap castings. Agent for Kloniyke Gold Dishes and Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere ironsjmade '.ir^li ?** * 1 ' ??'{-' . § 'S 3 ®£ a 'i* .I'U^jg -25**1 if-' ????l(w ii^Mn:f ???? - ??^?'^ ® O -I' '? ?'? --; l*'^ h- J.Josephson, ? ? Watchmaker, Jeweller ?:| MEDALLIST, ?I OP AM KINDS OP ; Masonic & Oddfellows'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

RELIABLE FTJUNXTTTRE, CARPETS, iiOSTE&OS, AND BIOOBMS AND WHERE TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAWING ROOM SUITE, in Tapestry and Plush, Couch, Pair Easy Chaira, and 4 Carved Chairs, for SA ' 10s ; 60 others, 5, 10 to 20 guineas, at HALL'S. DEDROOM SUITE, WALNUT COLOR OR POLISHED PINE, Wardrobe; Plate gUB8 Door nnd Drawers, T uohess Chest Drawers, witli glass at tached, Marble top Washetnnd. Towel Bail, and Cane Ohair, £6 15sj 80 Bedroom Suites to eolect from, 9, 12, 18 to 60 guineas. FINING KOOM SUITE, VEPY STRONG COUCH, PAIR EAST and (J SMALL CHAIRS, All 8pring-8ei.ted and Padded BackB, 0 guineas ; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20 gnineas, at HALL'S. FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTER BED STEAD, BRASS RAIL, Double- wire Mattress, and Set Best Woo1 Plaok with, beat Kapok Bedding, £1 109 ; Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bodsteaks to select fro at HALL'S \A-_ T£j&JI^L* &z Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. 601, 563, 565, 507 GEORGE-STREET....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

'Struck Down for Death.' His Own Words. Experts said he could not be cured HIS PERFECT CURE A SURPRISE TO EVERYBODY. (From the Freemau'* J&rnal.) (r.V OUB OWN ItKrOKTKK. ) IV!r. J. Hawkcs, of Hawkesvicw, Guildford N.S.W., is now ono i.f the strnnucMt nml lienltliiest-lookiiig moil ono ?fntiiil meet in a day's inarch. -We heard tlml f 3i- iivo long years lie bad boon ii terrible snll'ercr, mid Unit a course of (llumunts Tonic h nl completely restored his health, so tlii- *|i:ipi r ( '/Vie I'r dirt Journal, Syd ney) disp.ti lied n rcpirtcr to sea him. '' Yi it Iniik us tliou»li you'd iiover hnd a ilny's illness in your life,' said our reporter un'secing M.-.,IIa«kcs. 'I nmy look well enough now,' was the reply, 'nml Ky Health is Perfect, 1-iiL owe I \yas struck down for death. The ?li'ut- is Imvc ijiven mo up. mid it seemed us though n thiiij, mniiiiod for me but to settle my iilluirs of thin world and prepare for the next.' -..'?.. ... ? - .'. . ??you must have had a narrow s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

TO LET. A Small Cottage. Apply to Mrs C. Smith Tattersall's Hotel. Masonic Hall,. .Cotiac..--. ? Slit. & Monday, November 18 and 20, 1899. The Arnold hkn DBAMATIC CO. Will Produce tho Great Military Drama entitled : IN THE TRANSVAAL, Or, Briton versus Boer. CAST OF CHARACTERS : DUTCH. Paul Kruger ... Mr J. H. Stirling OttoLudwig ... Mr Wilton Power Franz ? Mr 0. Carrington Boer Soldiers, Wire Tappers, White Flag Dofilnra. eto. BRITISH. Captain Ronald Hazolton . Mr V. Talbot George Hazeltou ... Mr S. Everitt Revd. John Black ... Mr J. H. Martin General Sir Redvers Buller Mr F. Palmer PatBey O'Rafforty') Mr T E Leonard Jaok MeAndrowa J Mr E B. Russell Hiram Pinberton ... Mr Charles Field Agnes Cameron ... Miss Katherine Scott MayLuiton ' ,.. Miss V. La Coisette Norah O'Halloran ... Miss Hilda Fraser British Soldiers, eto. ? SYNOPSIS : ACT 1.— War ! Awful War 1 Tho Out hreak of Hostilities. The Boer finds hiB Match England and Amorioa. ACT 2.— Prisons of the Dutch. The Spoilt P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

-' 'i/A\\ ?/f»hu Doyou ; fWl iWlu f«q'i«a ' - ? '1 I!'/ tev YS slim'Iant { //fii 7 /I^SW 'hat wi' ? Ul!\ / /) i- TF cheer the V ill/ ($' i miad ard |J/ I km \f invigorate , ? i M ff'Srvj '-e system? \ M n si is In the entire ' I A | i^P B \Jp list of medi Um W beneficial as sOy Wolfe's l| W Schnapgs BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. To inform the inhabitants of Cobar and tho surrounding district that I have jut opened up a most magnifioout collection of Summer Goods, Stylish Now ShudeB in T. eeds and Sergerettos, Indigo Blue Serges guaranteed to not fade, Corkscrews and Fancy Coatings in overy variety of now pattern. I have mado tho art of Designing, Cutting, Pitting and linking ot Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments a LIFE STUDY and can fit all (whatever build or shupo they may be), as rloar to perfection as it is possible to attain. Hut romomber that every superficial, slovenly, sophisticated char latan will profess to do the same: and sometimes simple poojjle believe them , and thiB is the reas...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

MINING. The Occidental cleaned up this week, obtaining 495 ozs from the cyanide and 205ozs from the mill. The value of the aggregate is over £2,560. Messrs Leonard Dodds and Co report the output of the Great Cobar copper mine for last week at 71 tons 18 cwt of refined ingot copper. A Nymagee correspondent reports that the Sydney and local directors of the Over- flow Silver Mine visited this property last week. They have intimated that a water jacket furnace will be immediately erected       for the treatment of ore. A furnace was lately erected, which has worked fairly well, proving that the ore can be treated by smelting in a more satisfactory manner than by the cyanide process which was lately   used. Mr J. M. Scott, Mining Broker, Cobar, reports: — The mining market continues buoyant and local stocks are in more general request. Occidentals have been in demand at an advance, but buyers are not yet up to   holder's p...

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THERESA MARY KNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

THERESA MARY KNIGHT. On Friday morning Theresa Mary Knight, wife of George Knight, a well-known local carter, died at DaltonPark. For about a fortnight deceased suffered from influenza and bronchitis, which brought on prema- ture child birth. She was also suffer- ing from heart disease and a com- plication of old internal complaints. Deceased was 33 years of age and leaves a large family. Deceased was attended by Dr. Robinson, but the case was almost a hopeless one. The funeral will take place to-day (Satur- day.)

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