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

MINING. Notice is given of the cancellation of the following gold mining leases : — Cobar No. 70, W. H. Pass and others, 6a 3r 1p ; No. 282, H. Baker, 10a ; No. 278, J. B. Moorcroft, 2a 0r 23p ; No. 291, W. J. Hogan, 4a 1r 13½p; Nymagee No. 19, T. S. Sullivan, 12a ; No. 54, G. Wright and others, 5a. On Monday, Mr Walterus Brown   granted two months' suspension to Robert Macpherson, on g. l. 129, parish Moquilamba. Three months' suspension were also granted to W. H. Mallett (Crown 0f the Peak), county of Robinson, parish of Cobar. Mr A. B. C. Burke, Warden's Clerk, informs us that rents for the year 1900, of mineral leases granted under the Crown Lands Occupation Act of 1861 and under the Mining Act of 1874 fall due on the 30th November instant, and must be paid not later than that date. Mr J. M. Scott, Mining Broker, Cobar, reports : — The share market for the week has been fairly active, Drysdales having the most attention. These shares have had a good run, but have we...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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The Editor Endorses the Mayor's Statement. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

The Editor Endorses the Mayor's Statement. 'Glen Innes Guardian' says: 'The Mayor and His Cure. — Else-   where Messrs Warner & Co. publish a testimonial for their ' Safe Cure '' sent them by Mayor Healy. Mr -: ... .-Hon'Ioy swears by this well-known remedy, and we feel sure that his -expt'rifnee will Iffd others to try a medicine, whoso good qualities are; already known to ho many in Glen Innes. Mrs Jlealey is not the first, by nr-y means, in Glen Innps, who has benefited by this excellent prepara tion. ' The Mayor's Statement. . ? ? Glen Innes, N.S.W., Oct. 11, '98 . ? H. H. ?Wiirmir & Co., Ltd., Melbourne. ' Gentlemen,-! have often thought it. my duty for th9 sake of others to writa you. It will be five years next month since my wife was given up by .two doctors as a patient who could not live the nijrht through. She had been treated for heart com plaint ; but we afterwards found that it was kidDey disease. On Sunday when the doctors told me that she ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Send-off to Mr Floyd. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Send-off to Mr Floyd. About thirty gentlemen assembled in Crow's Hall on Thursday evening,   to say good-bye to Mr Floyd, secretary of the Cobar School of Arts, who is leaving Cobar owing to the A.J.S. Bank having closed its Cobar branch. Mr MacGregor occupied the chair, and Dr Lawes the Vice-chair. The chairman explained the object of the meeting. He first proposed the toast of The Queen,' which was   drunk to the accompaniment of the National Anthem. The Chairman then proposed the toast of 'Our Guest.' He was sorry   Mr Floyd was leaving. He had assisted the institution since its resuscitation last year. First he was an auditor, then he was elected to the committee. At the last annual meeting he was elected Vice President, and a few months ago, on the resignation of Mr Lakeman, he was elected Secretary.   He referred to him as the 'John Norton' of the Debating Society. He hoped he would have success in his new sphere. The Vice Ch...

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Sporting. The Turf. V.R.C. RACES. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Sporting. The Turf. V.R.C. RACES. Saturday. The following are the results of Saturday's Melbourne racing : — Spring Stokes : Parthian, Merriwee, and Tabilk. Flemington Stakea : Huntboy, Merryman, and Headland. V. B. 0. Handicap : Vovou. Flod Jon, and Dirk Hammerhand. Steeplechase : Snapshot, Jenkins, and Whernside. Fisher Plato : Merriwee, Dewey, and Wait-a-Bit. Final Handicap : April Fool, De lusive, and Alemene. ; At Mudgee races test week Ingomar i did good work. He won the Shorts Handicap in lmin 17isecs. The ' Mudgee paper says ' The Shorts proved a good thing for Ingoinar, who made a winning run from the home turn, after a short and decisive battle with Fantasy.' Ingomar also won the Newmarket Handicap.

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

Cricket. In the second grade match Half Holiday v Water Jacket, the latter scored 77, and the Half Holiday scored 57. In the second the latter   have 3 out for 17. The match will be concluded next Wednesday.   The Wrightville and Water Jacket   seniors commenced a match on Satur-   day. The game is greatly in favor of   the Wrightville team.     The third grade players of the Water     Jacket and Mine played an amusing     game on Friday last.  

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Death. ON the 7th inst, at Tiltargara, Cobar,   Charles Arthur Brigstocke in his   forty ninth year, of Influenza. Death. At her residence, on November 10th, at Cornish Town, the dearly be- loved sister of Mrs. T. McConnell,   also W. Carroll, Molong.       "Her end was peace."   Inserted by her loving sister and           brother.               M. McCONNELL,   W. CARROLL.   Death.                   AT her residence, on November 10th, at Cornishtown, the dearly be- loved wife of George Knight, aged 33 years.           We miss thee from ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 November 1899

Thanks. WE, the undersigned, beg to tender our Sincere Thanks to the in- habitants of Cobar for their kind   expression of sympathy extended   to us on the occasion of our late sad bereavment ; to Dr Robinson   for his unremitting care ; and also to those who contributed wreaths and other floral tributes.   G. KNIGHT,   M. McCONNELL.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Theatrical Celebrities, (Xo. 4— MISS IDA tlOLBElN.) Our reporter iu previous intorvieSvs has dealt with tbo professional career of three well-known theatrical^ favbr ifns .with tbo Australian public. In vip«- oE.tlio important rind popular pofiiion which doseriptivo vocalisra nccnpios with-the; public a chat in wtaiuh. Miss Ida, . HoHieiu tells of her (?sppri6nces,;;-|s sure to bo inferosting. Wbiin seen at her private resitlonco -\ -Vibtoria. Parade, -Melbourne, Mi3s Holbein-' (lisolaimod any pretention tn ?; popuiarity, but certain -it is that lii-r every . nppenranco is greeted by audioncos with desorved npplausa. ???? ^4' :W ?.,;?.-? Miss liu. ITot.hbix. . (From a Photo.) ' You. have hatl a number of tuc cossfnl tours, wn bdiovc, Miss llol hoin,' siiid Iho interviewer. '' I think I can sny that' sniil tho iirtiste. ' t have been A'ith Mr Harry Rir.Unrds' companies at -tho Tivofi, Sydney, with tho Cogill Jiros., with Messrs York and Jones nnil .other combinations.' ' How did your...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

WISHES to inform Ms patrons and the residents of Cobar and District that he has purchased the XVto.oel'wriclsls.'tirtS axa«3. - - ,- ~ E!lE»iol5:Bi3aLit;3a.laa.s Business Carried on by Messrs Tomlins and Simon at the Corner of Linsley and Becker Streets, and that, he will con tinue the same at the new Shop. — THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT 2N QUEEN ST., IS NOW CLOSED.' lilM till 41 MM A.t the. Royal Agricultural Show, 1898, took the following Prizes : - 'BACON— First and Second Prizes .: CHEESE— (under 40 an'l not Ie33 thnn 2lbs)— First Prize. CHEESE— Champion PnV.o. LOAF OHEESE- First nnd Socond Prizes. Also in 1899 the BODALLA HAMS- u'oV . FIRST PRIZE . Christmas supplies ure now to hand, a Splendid Assortment being avail iblo, if.'om 9 to 12 lbs. Our Country Clients are roqunstod to forward Ilicir orders without delay. BODAiEA''75dC LTD, 229 Sussex Street, Sydney. SroNiiiY WOOL. MARKET THE PREMIE K MA11KBT OF AUSTRALASIA.. 3A.LES*''IN THIS VARIOUS CENTRE'), SEASO.V, 1897193 ? SYDNEY ... ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

TOWN -US FOB OIL PERSONS desirous o£ purchasing land should roinembor 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. .???: T I TILE TORRENS Allotments will also be sold privately on application to— R3. K IN K E A D, STOREKEEPER,.,.^^ BARTON STBEILT, COBAR. Zhe Greatest ||===^| A CCrtllin GllTO discovery of j fg|^^SL,' ^^ Jtfodern Times \^®®$&-P SANDY BLIGHT, «»«* ^£BB^# GRANULATIONS, AFFECTIONS I ifepisi dimness of sight, ,. nSsMIl INFLAMED EYES EYES m^m AMD EYEUDS' ^^ W, jF^fi^ )-v^y|T^ ul* till? k H CVCCV arising from any lIsiI3I£|| Wtfl* hTt{) cause whatever. |fc^l| S?K 'KtSft ASK FOB aiiCHThwi/.?^: T-rrsStos *«? rose's SSpf™ SWELLING BLIGHT Celebrated Eye LotioH y^Sf Sin^! &bites of ?SoM 8y ^3''°r/..-.JT-5 ia/rary and ether Pnftuimal ALL CHEMISTS and JJ^ZS^nii/M „ „ '''? ,„ _„ ... STOREKEEPERS. « ? Tae-i~~'^ q'cJl?io'sh«p' Poultry. &' Local Ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

TO THOSE ABOUT TO BUILB. .SAXTONTft BINNS Timber and Joinery Merchants, PYRM.ONT Hiirp in Stock ready for lminedinto SupWj.POlirABLK WEATHER BOAR!) COTTAGES of all doSL-ripUons, ready for oroclion ; Frames only, or fitted complete with every requisite - Country ordfl« dispatched with prompti tude and cure.. Officee and Mill*. Pyrmont BririR« Ro.d. Branch Yards und Wharves, Blaekwnttle Bay. Send for Price Lists. ^ Timber, Joinory, Mouldings, .lurnery, Galvanised Iron and Builders' Supplies of all kinds at Lowest Current Rates. pliiilil, Harcourfc Streot, COB.A.B tallros,, r PROPRIETORS^ ' ' MIN?i, OEDESS . A-. SPEOIALITY. Caah BuverB of scrap castings. Agent for Klondyke Gold Dishes and Auralin— a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made \f*% i i* . ? % J. Joseptisoi], Watchmaker, Je-weller MEDALLIST, . Of ALIrKINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel : ? ADELAIDE-ST., ? DIAMOND SETTER & OPAL CUTTEB. iPBECIOtJS STONES OF EVERY DESOSIP r ? TION ALWAYS IK. ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

RELIABLE FURNITURE, CARPETS, BEDSTEADS, &iO BIOOBNG ' AND WHKRF. TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, fiORNKR GEOKGK AND LIVERPOOL STRUM'S. DBAWING ROOM SUITE, | in Tapestry and Pluah, Couoh, Pair Easy Ohm, -.and -1 Carved Chairs, for £i IO»:;' 50 othors, 5, 10 lo 20 guineas, at HALL'S.: 3EDR00M SUITE, WALNUT COLOR OR PGLI3UED PINE, - ? Warlrobo, Plate glass Door nr.tl Drawers, ' T ucheBB Cheat Drawers, with glnes at tached, Marble top Wnslutnud. Towel Rait and Cane Hinir, £8 156 j 30 Bedroom Suites to select from, 9. 12, 18 to 50 gninena. 'MNING ROOM SUITE, VEPT STRONG COUCH, PAIR BA8Y and t- SMALL OH.4IRS, All spring-sebted anlj Padded Backs, B guineas ; 20 others, 1, 12, and 20 guineas, at HAI/E'S. FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTER BED STEAD, BRASS RAIL, Double-wire Maltreat and Sot Beet Wool Flack with l-eat';;Kapok Bedding, £l 108 j Bedding, £ST153. 50 Latest Design BodstcakB to select fro at HALL'S. a ? _A._ SLAXjXj #- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. SGI 563, 565 507 GEORGE-STREET. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

A brief address to those who ap preciate dress : The clothes we wear are as important as the food we eat. To be well suited is to be satified ! to be satisfied is to own the earth. In order to secure a suit perfoct in cut, make and material you should either call on or communicate with Price & Co., 114 King street, Sydney. If you write samples and self-measures will be sent. Suits from £8 8s ; Trousers from 16s 6d. Tho talk of the town — the now summer suitings. — Advt. A number of Chinese gambling shops were raided in the city on Saturday. A'number of arrests werp. effected. N.S.Ws. own G. Reid has (says the hitlletin) struck still another Yos No. 1 1 is over tho Early-Closing Bill this time. Judging by his speech on the subject Reid in an enthusiastic early closer who believes in remaining open late, and he thinks sweating should be put down by law, provided tho law isn't compulsory, for then it would interfere with tho liberty of the subject.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

THE Cheapest Place on Earth — SOS. — Boots and Shoes IS BOilT -*~ # & DEPOT (Near PoBt Office) LIN'SLBY STREET CO BAB. Don't You Forget it! GEE CHEOiMG GENERAL STOREKEEPER ? AND ? CONTRACTOR CorniBli Town, Collar, GEE CHEONG will undertake con tracts for scrub-cutting at cheap rntey. (JIVE GEE OHEONG h TRIAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

BEN NET fc A.BfD ?* BARKELL Of Sydnoy. COBAR BRANCH : P. MATHEWS, . . . Manaokk. Marshall Street, Cobur. AGENT FOR .... ^NAUMANN.^* And other Cycles. Accessories and Repairs at Sydney Prices. Public Meeting. WRICHTVILLE -^HALL to be bold Tuesday 28th Nov. 1899 At 7.80 p.m. In order to sttirfc a Newspaper Reading Room or School of Arts. All Wrightville people wanted to attend. N.IMNVERS POWER, Convener. ' Preliminary Announce ment. St. PAUL'S CHURCH, COBAI*. Watch for future Advertisement of CHRISTMAS TREE AND FAIR. In Aid of T)iiil(liv-.r Fund. Masonic Hall Dec. 22 & 23 THE * STAR HOTEL 4 COBAR CORNER OP LEWIS AND . ? ? MARSHALL STREETS- . Tables, Beds, Stabling, and Ererjthing FIRST-CLASS. Billiard Room under able Management . Only First Quality of Drinks kept in Stock. M RS JAH ER, ? STAR HOTEL. ? In the Supreme Court ) of New South Wales. S Probate Jurisdiction. ) IN the Will of Charles Aktuur Brigstooke, late of -3obar, in the Colony of New South Wales, Grazier, deceased...

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALTPT EXTRACT       According to report's ' of - n groat number of physicians of tho highest professional Standing,' thero are offored lilucalypti/ Extract-., wliioh possess no ourativp ..qualitios. . Inprnteution 6t \the 'world wide fame of Sandkk and Sons' preparation wa publish a few abstracts from those reports, wl'oh bear fully oiit that no reliance can 08 placed in other iroQucis: — jjr. vv. a. itusn, uaKland, W., writes. It is aomottmos diffloult to obtniu tho genuine artiole (Sander and Son's.) I employed different other pre pariUious.'thsyiiad uo therapautic value no bad effects. In one case the effects wore similar to the oil camphora, tho objootiouabla notion of wliioh is wel .known'''. Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland '.Oregon, saj-s— ' Since I became acquaint, od with this preparation 'JSandbii and Sons) I used uo other foi'iii':' of euoalj-pti as I think it is by far the best.' Dr. L. I'. Preston, Lynchburgh, Ta., writ...

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CHRONIC DYSPEPSIA Two Years, And Cured by WARNER'S SAFE CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

CHRONIC DYSPEPSIA ...Two Years, And Cured by WARNER'S SAFE CURE. ' For a period of two years I was a great suffer from indigestion in the form of chronic dyspepsia. What I suffered from vomiting, pains in the chest and head, hysteria, and im- poverished blood, I cannot describe. I consulted three doctors, but without deriving any benefit whatever. In the 'end I was persuaded to try Warner's Safe Cnre. I took ' several bottles bf-foro I found it doing meany goodj but I kapt on, nnd when.' I* had taken my fourteenth bottle I \;ascompleUly cured. This is -now 15 , months ago, and ever smaeTliuee been in -per/eel' Jmal/h. 1 feel that I owe not only my health but my life to this 'niedi ciiieT* ?'':*'?' ? B. G. MARGARET McDONALD, Albert St., Ohowtown, Vic. In sentencing a prisoner at the Quarter Sessions at Darlinghurst, Judge Docker made some pointed ob servations with regard to the salaries paid to corcain public servants. In the under under notice, a young man had ploaded guilty to a c...

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A Policeman in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

A Policeman in Trouble.   The life of a policeman is by no   means the happiest out in all weathers, holding lifo in bund; and continually on the look-out -for' law breakers.' ,Mr : CJvarles Q'Neill, Police Barracks, Broken Hill; has b'son in gren,t trouble for years with bilious headaches until quite recently, and no doubt he would still be troubled, had it not . been for that wohdarf nl discovery, Bile Deans for Biliousness. Miv O'Neill'^ story is interesting, and we give it in his own words :'—'? For the past few years I havo been a perfect martyr to severe bilious headaches. I had to be very cautious agio my diet, and was unable to cat what' 1 liked for fear of bringing on one of the hoadachosl dreaded. I consulted doctors in different parts of New South Wales, at;d tried almost overy patent iiipdieine 6a the ., -. market but without 'deriving any benefit. Onn'iday I'lioticed an advertisement in tho Sy&noy' liulie/iu, and thought fchero must be ...

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The Dreaded Lyddite Shell. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

The Dreaded Lyddite Shell. It is calculated that lyddite, thr ex- plosive which in shell form was used with such effect lately in South Africa and was objected to by the Boer Com- mander-in-Chief as being inhuman, is one of the most powerful of all modern explosives, being 8000 times more   powerful than dynamite. It is fused pijric acid, and has been given to the world by ihnt mine of chemical wealth coal tar. Tho principal ingredient of coal tar is .carbolic: acid ; this, treated by nitric acid, gives us picric acid, a terribly explosive substance*. The powors-of picric acid has been known for years, but difficulties of handling prevented its use until tho discoverers of lyddite solyod the -problem by fus ing if, und thus increasing its power tenfold. , ?'??.. : v ;':: ;'. . ' Burnt openly, lyddite vanishes quickly, with a bright iliimo, but no ex plosion. It is only when eonfinedand exploded by detonation that its de-. stractivo powers are exhibited, lli.heno, it lia...

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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Presentation.     On Friday afternoon, 17th instant, Mr R. C. Stevenson and Mr Floyd, officials of the late branch of the A. J. S. Bank, were each made the reci- pient of a token of the esteem in which they were held by Cobar people. About 30 gentlemen assembled in the smoking room of the Grand Hotel   about 5pm. In the unavoidable   absence of the Mayor, Mr Edwin James, J.P., occupied the chair. On       his right, sat Mr Stevenson while Mr Floyd occupied a chair on the left. The chairman said they had met together to say goodbye to Mr Steven- son, and he was sure he voiced the   feeling of the meeting when he wished 'God-speed 'to the two who were leaving. He regretted that the   Mayor was unable to attend, but he was sure his good wishes were with them. He spoke of the good feeling   and comradeship for which Cobar was noted. On some occasions similar ...

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