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Cycling Carnival. Officials:— [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

Cycling Carnival. Officials : — President— Dr. Robinson. Vice- Presidents — Messrs J. Cotton and M. J. Duffy. Judge — Mr John Leah. Starter — Mr Breden. Handicapper — Mr H. Clifton. Clerk of Course— Mr Everett. Timekeeper— Mr H. Dalgarno. Hon. Sec— Mr Pass. Stewards — Messrs Corbett and Kemp. The Cobar Branch of the N. S. W. League of Wheelmen held its Bicycle Carnival on the new ground on Thurs- day last. The day was fine, except for a steady southerly that blew across the track, making the races slower than they would otherwise have been. There were two unfortunate accidents which marred the sports, but even those could have been very much worse. The programme was a very long one, and the racing on the whole was good. Of course there is bound to be questionable running occasion- ally, but the committee is certainly a very watchful one, and where oppor- tunity offered, action was taken. Several enquiries were held. One man was warned for looking back. Arthur Gudgeon was brought bef...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

LONDON. Thursday. Great Britain has ceded her Samoan rights to Germany and America, England receiving Tonga and other islands in exchange. The Neutral Zone of the Gold Coast of the Hinterland is also being amicably settled between Germany and Great Britain.

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

Telegrams. SYDNEY Friday. The winter lambing shows 48½ per cent., being an increase of 4½ per cent on last year. The estimated damage done by the tornado at West Maitland amounted to £1000. The following are the winners in Tattersall's sweeps : — 50,000 sweep— 1st prize, £12,500, H. Clansson, Cairns Queensland ; 2nd, £4,500, L. Hunter, Nyngan ; 3rd, £2,200, Kidd Coy, Sydney. In number 1 ordinary the fat prize, £6750, S. Deeplose, New castle ; 2nd, £2250, Royal George 'Syndicate, Brisbane; 3rd, £1125, j][ames Town Syndicate, South Austra lia ; No. 2 ordinary, 1st, Win. Kidd, Croydon ; 2nd, Julia Moouey, Casino ; 3rd, A. M'. Caskill, Longreach, Q. No. 8 ordinary, l3t. R. J. Kennedy, Warnambool ; 2nd, Osnietti and Mac Guire, Gilgunnia; 8rd, Tyler, Vic toria. A swagman h;is been arrested near Cooma, in an empty house, on sus picion of having committed the assault on Miss 1-1 uie, school teacher at Wellsley. He was remanded for one week. He denies all knowledge of the affair. In the Quee...

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TROOPS FOR AFRICA. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

TROOPS FOR AFRICA. Sydney, Monday. Tho Aberdeen with the N.S.W. forces on board arrived at Williams- town yesterday, all well. The crews of the men-of-war in Hobson's Bay cheered as the vessel went up the harbour. The Medic arrived at Albany yes- terday. The Premier and a Parliamentary party visited the Queensland troopship, Cornwall, yesterday. The health of the Queensland contingent was drunk. Sir George Turner says that the Victorian Government is prepared to send a second contingent of 250 men, if the Home Government will accept. London, Monday. 8000 Boers have seized a position midway between Ladysmith and Colenso, shelling the town. The Boers occupy all points of vantage around Ladysmith. They are mounting frefh guns iu positions of safety. Tho town will largely depend on the ability of the Naval Gunnors. Four quick-firing guns and a lyditte battery are engaged keeping down the enemy's fire. The 5th Lancers and 69th battery ou Thursday last effectively shelled the Laager occup...

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WAR. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

WAR. London, Friday. A terrible fight is raging at Lady- smith. The Boers attacked the British with great vigour. The British artillery replied fiercely the quick-firing guns doing splendid work, preventing the Boers from com- ing to close quarters, and practically saving the town. The Lyddita shells wrought great havoc amongst the enemy's ranks. General Jonhert has protested against the British methods of artil leiy as inhuman. Kimberloy was safe on Oct. 29th. Mafeking is also holding out well. The British troops are collecting on tho Cape Railway line for the purpose of relieving Kimberley. Official returns of the losses at Mon day's battle show th-it six officers and 54 men were killed, and 9 officers and 231 men wounded. London Sunday Sir Alfred Milner estimates the r fugees in Cape Colony and Natal at 60,000. ' The War Eelief Fund now amounts to £117,000. The pastor of the Dutch Church, at Pietersburg, Northern Transvaal, has sent to the newspapers an intimation that the Pretor...

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Latest London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

Latest London, Thursday. The investment of Ladysmith by the Boers exhibits little enterprise. The British cavalry are constantly being sent out to clear the country in the vicinity. It is believed that General Joubert is inactive, owing to the severity of his losses, He is re-concentrating the columns sent southward. A Boer dispatch declares that the British artillery at Ladysmith created a veritable inferno among the Boers. Twenty auxiliary troopers from the Rand, attached to the Boer's forces, have been shot for showing cowardice at the Battle of Elands Laagte. 8000 Burghers and many German artillerists, with quick-firing guns, have left Pretoria to defend the Free State Frontier. Lieut. Plumer's force is advancing to the relief of Colonel Powell, in the defence of Kimberloy. It is feared that General White requires more ammunition for his Naval Artillery. It is hourly expected that the rail way to Kimberloy will be re-opened. A regiment of Light Horse, 1000 strong, is being forme...

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THE N.S.W. LANCERS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

THE N.S.W. LANCERS. Sydney, Wednesday.   Before the adjournment of the Assembly this morning, Mr Meagher referred to the publication of a cable to the effect that thirty of the Lancers, who arrived at Capetown, were com- pelled to continue their journey to this colony instead of going with their comrades, owing to the fact that they had not attained their ma- jority.     Mr Watson said it was not for the House to brand these men as cowards, before they had the facts before them. Mr Gillie3 declared if any man be longing to Maitland, who should have »one to the front, returned, he would be tarred and feathered. M r Lyne rei.lied, and said he felt personally disappointed that so many were returning. He said unless there was some strong explanation it would be a stain upon New South Wales London, Wednesday. The British shelled the Boer column near Colonsp, killing 1000 men and oapturing 2000 prisoners. Ladysmith is believed to be safe. During Thur...

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The Melbourne Cup. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

The Melbourne Cup. Sydney, Wednesday. Rain was falling at Flemington this morning. The following is the result of the Melbourne Cup : — MERRIWEE, Bill of Portland— Etra Weenie, 6st 111b ... 1 VOYOU, Bendigo— Barley Water, 8dt ? 2 DEWEY, Lochiel— Dona, Gst 81b 8

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Sporting. The Turf. MELBOURNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

Sporting. The Turf. MELBOURNE RACES. The Victorian Spring meeting opened on Saturday, with the following results —   Maiden Plate— Kenley, Nitto, and Skein Dim Maribyrnong Plate— Finland, Wigolmar, and Polyxena Hotham Handicap— Miss Carbine, Macenna, and Flintlock. Viclorian Derby. Men-iwpo ... ... l; '???'.? Dewoy ... ... . 2 . . Parthian ... : ? ... 8 Melbourne Stakes — Mora, Wait-a-Bit, and Gauloon. Coburg Stakes — Seourity, Royal Purple, and Oiledonia.

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SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 November 1899

Sydney, Thursday. The following are the results of Thursday's Melbourne Racing , — Hurdle— Fairlight, Loch Fad, and Nansen Nursery— Huntboy, Clean Sweep, and Tiltanby Flyiujf — Kenley, Mora, and Djin Djin Carnival Hdcp — Parthian, Scorn, and Bonediot Oak's Stakes — Nitre, Fulminate, and Ideal Veteran Stakes— Ballistite, Flodden, . and Le Metford

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

LATER PARTICULARS. The horses were sent away to a good start. Wait-a-Bit being the first to break the line, while the colours of Cremona, Voyou, Reviver, and Gau- leon were conspicuous in the leading division. As the field entered the course proper, Reviver shot to the front, with Gauleon, Jackson, Wait- a-Bit, Cremona, and Merriwee as his closest attendants. Jackson took up the running at the distance, while Reviver, Wait-a-Bit, Gauleon, Voyou, Gunga Din, and La Carabine held forward places, Jackson led past the stand, with Reviver, April Fool, Wait-a-Bit, Cremona, La Carabine, Lancaster, and Blue Metal running as named, while Dewey and Goodwill acted as whippers-in. Jackson con tinued to make play out of the turn with a three lengths' lead of Reviver, who was two lengths in front of April Fool, the nearest following whom were Gunga Din and Wait-a-Bit. Blue Metal fell along the river side, and brought another horse down with him. At the bridge JasUson resigned command of the field ...

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

When the Liver Goes Wrong the Whole System Suffers. A Bad Case. A Good Cure. [From the 'Auttralian Christian World,' July in, 1S0S.) (by ocb own REtoirrnR.) .' Oct of pure. gratitude for my- deliverance from n most aerious mid painful complica tion o{ complaints, 1 urn willing to give you the wlmlo afternoon if you wiali it I'* mibWi red Mis. Cole, of 2 Purvesstreet, Forest Lodge, Sydney, to our reporter on hib requesting (in interview as to that ludy'a ca;c. 'The whole trouble,*' said Mrs. Cole, in answer to further ques tions on tho subject, 'arose, I firmly 1 elieve. from Ll.cs poison thnt got into my system ..iji'roiigli u deranged liver. !-'con hfter that organ got out of order and started to work irregularly my appetite begun to get very fiOklc and changeable. Without cause or iciirou I turned ugainst delicacies which wore formerly fuvi.nrite dishes of mine, and somcliirius I sat -down to meal after meal aiid roai! iigaiii without being uble to so miicli as swal o\r a aingle m...

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

8 — = ? : Rescued Her Child. A MOTHER'S DEVOTEON. At Teutoberg, a Gorman furling sQtfclem9nt, alvint fifteen mil«s from Landsliovough, Queensland, there lives Mrs Muriu Buppcri, nutl with bei- her ht'lo adopted daughter Emilie Hupport. How much ' Little Emilia,' as the child of four and h half .years is fondly calleil by the resi dents, owes to the devotiqn'- of her foster mother the following story taken from two: letters, written by Mrs Rup pertjwill show. _In the first letter'sho says': — 'I have a little yh-', an . nd'opted'a'aughtHr, Emilie M=Vrv:-Kup ;j j*jfffe- ... , p.°r'isi !'9r .t.w ° '/!&iii4}-Sii years ! have been ? 4*! . J . expeciiiig Ii6r to \JF ''^ ' .. die. hhfi has ailed f^^S^T^ilif '' sonio way or .?*;;.'W..vi\f{| i.tucr over since fi'W£f «?«' lirth. Al m W&M though ho little, (ht- \? |:-'V.' --r?lp s'16 sv'*srs severely \J5^^^^;S\O «estion, consnmp jK^TI^- — ~^i y ''ou 'f thi- bowels % |jfer3sr^^iif an^ l'nn!s- bron i/3. | j ji'SriA' are so severe...

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

PERSONS desirous of purchasing lund shoud remember the Sale of Land situated in the Township of Gladstone, — To take place on — SATURDAY NOV 25, 1899 Sale takes place on the Ground. I Terms to Suit Purchasers. - —ijioiei- -- I tit:le tor r ens Allotments will nlao be sold privately on application to— R' K I N K E AD, CT»DCI^BPUFP ^ BARTON STREET, C01UB, I discovery of ; -^g^sSggS ~^z 1 jfiodern Times | W^B'f SAHDY BLIGHT, I I°-*H- ! ^eBRKK& GRANULATIONS, ? 1 AFFECTIONS ; IN^l dimness of sight, 1 ^lillS INFLAMED EYES 1 . EYES ' SBlHBte AND EYELIDS- ?, j arising from any ii&IEigi W£AK EYES j cause whatever. j^^g! §£& XEfc I ASK FOR ? 8liCKrlWlMlh)&UMlM *°- rose's ;,t:t^! swelling blight . I Celebrated Eye LptiOB ; ^^^g rrLS *i.te8 of ' I - i ?„. Q._ _T Largely uied hij Riflt SKooteri, i Sold by ; r-. r«/nfjirvVi AKwory an* oiAv /Vofruwnol i| ALL CHEMISTS and ' ^/affi^I^ ?'''? L J STOREKEEPERS. ^---—=^1 '^g^^,^ °' . I ? j ' Local Agent^H. DALQARNO, Chemi...

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

Thrco Caol-Uc'Ciq^rQllos hovrj qivert Nieqrc-rasriariifocri^n where auot'iiioy hc'/c hoiiVi t.-icd sn'A t\;a enormous dorric.-id For-ll;iSF'.rM- eular brand is li.n iMchowti :.-'.co of rho public i'-!'!*-.

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

TO VII i.K ABOUT TO BUILD. Timber and ?loinery JlsrchaatSi ff'D' V.VK iii Jinnk roidj F'- Immediate 11 Suurlv, fO.-Cl'ABtili WiC» I'HliK BO\BI) vJOlT '(JtCS of all dit.nripliqns, r.'i !.v for i-~'e 1 m ; 'Vfiiui'iMi mlr, 'or fitleJ di.ii:il |.i- ..ii.li cr'17 feqii.ai.'c. ' rum iv oi-!B.-i-:lii.;aM .el ..with n'ompti tuilj and oiro. OiHce* ail Mill'. I'yrmont II 1 1' ? Ito i ?. . Bmncji Yi -Is .in I Wharves, m i -ic'viitirf'n ??/ ????s-nr-.'o ivu-j r.««tj. ?l'iin','1'; .Joinery,: 'Moul li -**, ,i'iir'-ry. Gaining 1 '; iron .md liuilcl jm1 . Supph .?» of nil, kiml.-.at L 'We.tOurrent It it«». Harcoart Streot, COBA.K. irs? Bros., PROPRIETORS. MINE OBDEBSJL. SPECIALITY. CiiRh Buyer* ai scrap o.istincs. ? Agent for Kloniyke Gold Disho3 and Auraliri— a godsend to inino managoi-3 Blacksmith's Tuyero irnuagmado I \A \ I % 6 . 1 II *^T|1 ^-~ -si j I J, Josephson, Watob maker, Jeweller MEDAZ.I.IST, Of ALI. KINDS OF ytasoxric & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., ; . -B% & ¥ Nf H ...

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

RKLIAB l'b' FURNITURE, CARPETS. BEDSTEADS, m® BEDDING AND WHERE TO GET IT A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEOKGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. RAWING ROOM ^™~7^SSI^Sa in Tapestry nnd Pluuli, Couoli, Pan- i-iisy CHAIRS, gnineae, at HALL'S. MD.0OH 'jrjfi^Si 0O1°' ''^?'fl.A^tS'ffi'L' '''' taobed, Marble top Wash»tnn-1. Towel 10s; Bedding,JB3^15». ^Ui»-tBto.ffiro»!,i6B13-S BOLaft nosign , B^Uak. lo ...«* fro to 50 guineas. at H A L L S. _a__ zhz-AX-Xj &- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. 561 563, 565, 507 GEORGE-STREET. Country Orders Packed Free. Now Illustrated Furnishing Guide Post Free. GEO. HOOPER ** S-. Begs to inform the Public that he has -$JM been appointed Sole Agent for Cobar ^|! and District fop the Celebrated '^?\ -- -^ ._/_*- '/^$$, Ht ? ^m ' WILSON M|Mfe^^^P^M English ^^^&T^^^/ Watches. ^^_______ii_--i* . ? THESE WATCHES ate without doubt the beat timekeepers in the A'orld, and are made spuoially strong for Eiding and knocking about in Country. They are made in Gent...

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

'. Presbyterian Services. THE REV. JOSEPH McDOWELL, if Nyngan, will (D V.) visit COBAR on behalf of the Home Mission of tho Presbyterian Church of N. S. Wales, during first week of December and will preach morning and evening on Sunday, Decembor 8,rd. Full particii laro in future issue. For Sale, TWO SHOPS in Marshall Su^ci, ? Oobar. Returning a Rental pf £52 per annum. . - PRICE £825. M, H. FENNELL, ' ? Ny nguu . ; Government Architect's Office, '? *' Dubbo. FRESH-' TEXD.ERS, addressed to the Clerl? of. Petty Sessions at Dubbo, and endorsed ' Tender for Alterations to Public Lobby, Nymageo Post Office *' will be received up to noon on Monday, the 4th December, 1899, for .Alterations to Public Lobby, Nymagoo Post Office. 1 litns and Specifications aro to be seen, and forms of tendor obtained, ut tho Court Houses Cobar and Nymt^eo nud Government Architect's Office, Da', bo. F. G. CASTLEDEN District Architect, Dubbo.

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

Municipal District of Cobar. Abstract of BEOEIPTS and DISBURSEMENTS for the half-year ended 81st July, 1899, ' for General and Special Accounts under Municipalities Act, and for others at dates shown under Respective Heads, comprising all current Accounts under control of Council. Nuisanca ' | Totals Goneral Lighting Proventipn Park Com'ons Roads of Account Account Account Account Account Account Revenue TOTALS ? ' ' Heads _ DR. £sd £sd £bd£bj-'£sd£ss£s'D'£s» To Bank Balances, Com. ' ' ._.. Bank (Amounts at credit . ; v at opening of half year) 88 7 9 158 0 1 246 7 10 Cash and Cheques in hand . at opening of half jear 2 ? : S Revenue— Rates ? 128 5 5 14 9 11 880 8 6 518 8 10 *: Government Statutory ' Endowment ? 218 17 9 218 17 9 Government grants ... 15 6 4 15 6 4 Government contributions * i to Relief Works ? 86 6 6 86. 6 6 Piivate subscriptions and contributions to works 80 0 0 80 0 0 Sales and letting of Muni cipal properly or of .. ? property under Munici pal control ? 7 12 0 7...

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

Signs of the times ! Mr Pierce Goold.has added a large mercery and boot department andYJa/miHinery de pirtment to his presfent extensive premises. Messrs Itobb and Ward are doub'ing their plilc^ ol business, and Slessrs Fong Wah Lee and Co. have also enlarged tbeic-placo of busi ness. The old btorQ'^.iiear the lJost Oflico has also been re^plascered and renovated. vii A brief address to' those who ap preciate 'dress : Ihe clothes we wear aw as important as 'ihe' food we eat. To be- well, suited is tov;bs satined 1 to bo. satisfied :is ip bivj^'l^pe earth. In order to secure a ?siutvp'erfeet in cut, m-ike and material-- yoii. should either cull on or conimnnieaio with Price it. Co., 1 1-1. lung strep! , -Sydney. If you write maniples' and self-measures will he sent. Suits-, frjm £8 8s; Trousers .from I Gs (ji;';,' The talk of tha town— the new surnmor suitings. — Advt. ;

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