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

GENERAL STOKF.K.cEPER Corniali 1'o.vn, C'ob..r, GEE CHEONG will undertake con Iracts for scrub-cutting at chpap ruti-f. aiV£ GEE OBSONa A, TRIAL.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Masonic Mall, Cobar. Sat & Monday, : November 18 and 20, 1899. Hie Arnold him DRAMATIC GO. Will Produce the Gre.it Military Drama I entitled : IN THE i^ANSVAAL, Or, Briton versua Boer. CAST OF CHARACTERS : DUTCH. Paul Kruger ... Mr J H. Stirling Otto Ludwi£ ... Mr Wilton Powar Franz ... ... Mr C. Camnijton Boer Soldiers, Wirn Tanv'jw. 'Whiro Flag J^HIrtrs, «tu. BRITISH. Captain Ronald Hazoltoa . Mr V. Tulbot GeorRo Hazelton ... Mr S. Everitt KiiVd'. John Black ... Mr J. H. Martin ? General Sir Bedvors Duller Mr P. Palmer Patsey O'Rftftorty \ Mr T. E. Leonard Jaok Mo Andrews) Mr E B.Russell ?Hiram Pinkerton ... Mr Charlos Field Agnes Camoron ... Miss K.itherine Scott ?Msy Luiton ... Mibs V. La Coisette jNorab O'Halloran ... Miss Hilda Frasor j British SoldinrH, eto. ! SYNOPSIS : ACT 1.— War ! Awful War ! The Out. break of HostilitieH. The Boor find, j his Mntoh England and America. ACT 2.— Prisons of the Dutoh. Tho Spoilt P''an. A True Englishman. Scotland and Ireland to thu ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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The Railway Commissioners have received several applications to run a night train between Bourke and Orange one night per week during the [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

The Railway Commissioners have received several applications to run a night train between Bourke and Orange one night per week during the   summer months. After giving the matter full consideration the Commis- sioners have intimated to those con- cerned that in view of the disturbance   to existing mail arrangements which the running of such a train would cause, the heavy expenditure involved, and the small likelihood of securing any additional traffic, they regret they cannot see their way to run the train as desired.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT   According to reports of u greit number of physicians of the hishost professional etuudiag, there are offnred; Euoalypti Extract, which possess uo iuratiyo qualitioa. In protection of the world wide famo of Sander and Sons' preparation we publish a few abstracts from these reports, wl oh boar fully out that no reliance caD oe placed ia other irbduct*:— Dr. W. B. Rush, Oakland, Jal., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sander and Son's ) I employed different other pre parations, they had no therapeutic value no bad effects. In one ciso tho effects woro similar to the oil ca'uphora, tha objectiouable notion of which is wel known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland Oregon, saya — ' Since I became acquaint* od with this preparation (Sandku and Sons) IuboiI no other form nf eucalypti as I thiok it is by fur the best.' Dr. L P. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes 'I novor U3«d any pinparntion other than 3am]er and ^ods', as ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spring Time Cleaning. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Spring Time Cleaning. Spring has arrived, and now the careful housewife goes through the annual spring house cleaning. The   summe: will soon bi up in us, iitI at this time of the year wo should tike o.ire to cloause the waile human system aid fortify it to withstand the on-irvating off-icts of the Australian summe.1. Tho increasing hot weather of this period has an oxtremely debi litating effect on tho system if it is not in perfect working order all through. It will be thus saeu that a medi.'sine which will regulate an.l cleanse interior m jobuinisin of mm, is especially valuable at thn tiin of tha ypar. Such a medicine is BiU Bauw, and no preparation can ba founi fjr toning up the dige-itive organs, cleansing the blood, and invigorating the liviv. Spring ganerally bringa with v. an assortment of ailments, 3uch as spring fever, tired feeling, loss of appetite, &o. For theiie toke Bile Beans, which are also a- -specific for biliousness, iudigestion, coastipiti....

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A Sure Thing." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

'A Sure Thing.' Many The One That Will Find In These Words What They Have Looked For.             . Do you know whajj'l.t is to have a back that is never free. from aches and constant pains— a lame back, an aching back, iu fact a back that makes your life a misery ? What have you done for it, and does it still keep ycu from that h'appiness which perfect health hrings^ to all? We know full well, if such i3 your con dition, you are looking for a 'sure thing,' something thafc^will relieve the pain, remove the' cause, and re store the system to the condition designed by nature. 'Perhaps the following statement made by a Dubbo citizen may help you in finding thiit ' sure thing.1' What follows is the testimony givori by Mrs Kate Deighton . of Cobborah Street, Dubbo. ' I havo been 16 years in Dubbo and my husband is employed as a trolly driver, for a local firm. For 10 years I have suffered at various times from ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Local Land Board. The following cases have been set down for hearing at the sitting of the Local Land Board, to be held on Wednesday next, November 22nd : —   I.P.L. 99 2 R A. McArthur       I.P.L. 99 3 H. Harris. I.P. 99 14 Thos. Stewart. „ 99 18 John Wearne. „ 99 19 J. S. Martin. „ 99 20 Thos. Woodthorpe. ,, 99 21 Martin Johnson. Rookery Pastoral Holding, Re-ap- praisement of rental. H.L. 1321 W. A. Jeffery, Re-ap- praisement of rental H.L. 1400 W. A. Jeffery, ditto

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Church Services R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Sunday. Church Services R. C. CHURCH. Sunday— Cobar, Mass at 7.30 and 10 a m.,; Benediction at 7.30 p.m. Rev. Father Tracy.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar 11am Cobar 7.30pm Rev. A. R. Martin.

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 a.m and 7.30 p.m, Rev. J. Woolnough of Sydney     Wrightville at 7.30, Rev. A. Graham.         ii sm|t|wtf|s !lMl_!|lF£i i Jan. 1 '?Tt'f 'iip July ~U~ 71. 7.~i] ! ; loieirisiis-iii'i'i tiion idi:t 14 to; ' . ? :?? _!5.T2l!ssl2r.2?!3t ? IB 17U» 10 20 21 22 ' : , 3»3U31|..|.. ..I.. . !!3 2 1.15 20 2? 28 211' iFeb. ...... l s s|4 3031;.........!. ?i 5 0 7 s' u loll Hug ? 12 3 4 r. :'? I 12 13 HI.' If 17 If 0 ' » SHI 11 12 ?I. l!l202ll2223 2l2S 13 II IS 10 17 18 \9, i UI1272S'.. .... 20Jl-J22.124 2o2C i Mar. ? 12 3-1 272321; iobl-, „ 5 n 7 ti nun Sep. 3 I o 0 7 8 !-: ' 12 13 11 15 K 17 11 1011 12 131-1 15 I G; , Itl!2(l2l'222:2l'2£ 17 W 1021S21S223: ' ? gfi-arl-Blani'! |-iil..ll g- ---?lac -.law afllaii \ m$$£%\ ?- 1899 » Jg§-BSf| ' '»«'? -i-iiiii-ji-jai*6*- i|i44=-si.^ 01(111 1213N 15 IS Ili!l7 IS IftSlliSl, 10171810202122 222.i;2l202027.2S; ? i : ?3|slS52027ffl82( 23!3():ll .. .. ..!..!...

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A Leader Who Failed. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

A Leader Who Failed.   Last week there arrived in Sydney, on his way to Maoriland, where he intends to reside for the future, no less a personage than William Lane,   who conceived the idea of an Austra- lian Communistic Colony in South America, and which he called "New   Australia," and other names, and which the colonists themselves called names hardly polite enough for print, or ear-shot. Mr Lane thought that   individual freedo n in'.'Australia was an individual delusion, and as his eftbrts in the cliroct'on of socialism, or rather communism, were fruitless in^'this country, he. .determined to carry out a communistic sehome in another quarter of the world. Hav ing secured the territory, he chartered a vessel aud called fortredruits. Evory candidate had to hii've a certain amount of capital to In; .-handed into a common fund. The '.fact that the response was con.sidonAiTe argued that there were many comfortably situated Austiali...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Local and General.   Fair. — The Wesleyan Fair which was running in the Masonic Hall recently, was opened in Wrightville on Wednesday last. There was a good attendance, many going out from Cobar. We understand that the fair has been a financial success, which is very satisfactory indeed.       Renovated. — The old fence which en- closed the Church of England building has   been pulled down and a new fence erected in its stead. The latter is now being painted. The improvements make the church grounds look quite smart.   Examinations. — Sydney College of Music Examinations were held during last week.   Miss Platten is the local secretary, and members of' the committee supervised the     examination. A number of pupils was examined. School of Arts. — A committee meeting of the Cobar School of Arts was held on Tuesday last. Mr Floyd's resignation was received with regret,...

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Dobey versus Doughty. AND VICE VERSA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Dobey Versus Doughty.   AND VICE VERSA.     At the Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr Brown P.M.     John Dobey summoned Samuel Doughty for assault. A cross-summons was issued,     against Dobey by Doughty also for assault. Both cases were taken together. Mr Elwin     appeared for Dobey and Mr Hogan for Doughty.                 Dr C. H. E.Lawes gave evidence as to the nature of the effects of the assault on Dobey. Dobey saw witness on Saturday evening. He was suffering from a swelling under the left eye. The swelling was over an inch long and very much bruised. There was a slight abrasion across the bridge of the nose. The blow which caused the injuries would have been a hard one. To Mr Hogan — He is not likely to die from the injuries.   John Dobey sai...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

BREVITIES. Warm Weather This week Dust and Heat. 'In the Transvaal.'   Dramatized tonight. By Arnold Denham Co.     Mr Musgrove is about again.           Cobar Post Office improvements   are being proceeded with   Cobar main streets are a credit to the Aldermen and the Municipality Breezy assault case reported this     issue. Doughty v Dobey.   Ingomar won two races at Mudgee last week.   The Boers are getting scarce and bacon is 'fritz'.           Painkiller is said to be a certain cure for influenza. The Premier says the revenue is   coming in satisfactorily. The man who stands on his dignity often has a very shakey support. Every bald-headed man believes that   his active brain has done it. Bavister believes now...

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WAR. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

WAR.       London, Friday,   Tho position id' Ijlatal, which was considerably relieved by tho BriMeh victory in the jireUbbourhood of Gobler's Kqof, abBiit four inilps nort , of Colenso/is tigiiiti somewhat unuisy for th; British. . The enemy after recoucentrati. g their forces have itgajn returned to the. nttacli.atid reoecilpjed Colens - in' force. This prevents thd lino to LadyHniLh being opened, antjt fc'ome anxiety is felt as it was feared ihdt the ammunition fnv tbeuavtil quick-firing guns, upon, which 'i he safery of LaHysiniph has Keen snidto -liirgi-ly depeudj is begin mng to tun short. . ? . ; It is officially announced that Thursday's bombnrJmeut of Lady smith by tlu Boors was harmless. Ivlt- row appears that the Pu.ers, under a flag of truce, transferred the . Lidy J-mith refugees from the camp which General Joubert had allotted 'them tour iriilt& outside of Ladysmitb, and tirod on the white flag before ? the Br...

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Member's Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Member's Work. Mr W. G. Spence, M.P., reports replies on matters of public interest:   The Postal Department decline to at present establish a post and tele- graph office at Coolabah apart from the railway station, but have arranged for the delivery of telegrams within half-a-mile of the office. To meet the convenience of resi- dents of Gladstone, forms for regis- tration of births and deaths, etc., have been supplied the postmaster at Wrightville. The question of money   orders, etc, is still under considera- tion. Tlio Minister for Lands has pro- mised to give attention to the matter of a vote for a Recreation Reserve at Wrightville when dealing with the vote for the current year. The Minister for Works has pro- mised favorable consideration to the request for the repair of the roads, Cobar to the Peak, and Cobar to Hillston, via Sandy Creek, and is ob- taining reports on same. In reply to Mr Spence, Mr O'Sulli- van states that he has given instruc- tions...

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

Telegrams. SYDNEY.       Friday. At r the ' Melbourne wool sales! on   Wednesday, greasy merino brought i9\ii, bi.'ing the record or Australia. It is now alleged that the defalca tions of John Houry Grey, the missing Gselong solicitor, toUl £200,000. The publishers of the Melbourne Age and Aitsiralmian, who were com mitted after being brought before the bar of the Victorian Legislative As sembly, have been released on the pay ment of £100 each and tho amount of fees in connection with the arrest and committment. The Cabinet is conside: ing tho ques-' tion of water conservation. The Premier has received a com munication from the Railway Com missioners advocating the extension of the railway from Mudgee to Coon amble in preference to the Dubbo Coouamble route. : Speaking in the Assembly, Mr Has sall said ho had never compelled the holders of conditional purchases in the drought-stricken districts to forfeit their holdings because the...

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Latest London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Latest London, Thursday. A telegram to the Natal Times, re- o-'ived via Delagoa Bay, stites Ihitt General Joubert was killed in aotion tear Ladysmith on the 9th instant. It is reported 'bat the Orange Free Staters, fearing a Basuto raid, are re turning homi! through the Drakens burg Pa-ses. 800 Boers were kil'ed and wounded in tho second encounter at Bettors on the 7th instant. The British casualties were slight. Colonel Powell repelled another vigorous Boer attack on Marking. ; The enemy wore caught between two S:es and lost heavily, i Gene-al Buller's plans have been completed. i 10,000 troops are at Estcourt. ! An eorly advance is contemplated. Many Boers have loft Mafeking, and are returning to Pretoria. ; The Boers have bombarded tho Catho'ic sariato.ium at Ladysmith. Two- Chilians were. killed, aud several. : uurse3 wounded. ; fjievera,! war correspondents confirm theiroport of Jouber.t's death.

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Wool Sales. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Wool Sales. Sydney, Friday. The Australasian Mortgage and   Agency Co , Ltd. ; John 'Bridge' and   Co., ; Ltd..; , Dalgety '& Qo.f .Ltd..; Goldsbrqugh,. Mprt, & Cp.,.^Ltd. ; Harrison, .Jones, & Devlin, ~_td. ; Hill, Clark, A Co. ; Now ? Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd . ; Pastoral Finance Association,' Ltd. ; Winchconibe, Carson, & .Co/'; Wyly, Trenchard, & Co. ; J. O. Young & Co., report by wiro as follows ':— . ? '? Tho wool ularkot continues strong, with eager competition for the best lots, which show a further advance of 5 per cent, on tho week, Other des criptions of wool are unaltered, but bidding is very strong. . 28,GG0 bales were disposed of. Groasy sold up to 17{d, scoured to 29^-d. The following are some of the principal sales of Western District wools:— ? Greasy : T. Edol's, from Yarra bundie, 16{d ; Claverton, from Dubbo, 16&d ; Pirio Bidge, from Mudgeo, 15}d Strathallyn,...

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Convent Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Convent Concert. The concert given by the children   attending the Cobar Convent, assisted by local amateurs, took place in the Masonic Hall on Wednesday evening, when there was a fair attendance, but not nearly as large as was anticipated. The programme was an unusually long one, and as usual the items given by the children were particularly enjoyable The opening chorus 'What do the Angels Dream of?' rendered by the   senior pupils, was as enjoyable a chorus as the singers were charming in their pure white costumes. It put the audience into a good humor for the rest of the evening. Two instrumental duets were played by Misses J. and A. Kinkead, and G. Hogan, Masters J Kinkead and H. Chason (violins) and Miss M. Chason (piano). In the second one Masters M. and W. Bannister presided at the piano. The first item was 'Blake's Grand March, '' and the second one was 'Italia. Both duets were excellently rendered, the children acquitting themselves with great cred...

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