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Sunday Church Services R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Sunday Church Services R. C. CHURCH. Sunday — Cobar, Mass at 7 30 and 10 am., Benediction at 7 30 p.m.   Rev. Father Treacy.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Meryula 11 a.m., Cobar 7.30 p.m., Rev. -A.-R. Martin.  

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool Sales. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Wool Sales. Sydney, Friday. The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd. ; John Bridge and Co., Ltd.;- Dalgety & Co., Ltd.; Goldsbrough, Mort, & Co., Ltd.; Harrison, Jonos, &, Devlin,Ltd. ;   Hill, Clark, it Co. ; New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. ; Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd. ; Winchcombe, Carson, & Co. ; Wyly, Ti-onchard, it Co. ; J. C. Young & Co , report by wire as follows : — The wool inarkot continues very favorable to settlers, despite the oc casional irregularity— for certain des criptions Unskirted and faulty wools suffered a pronounced decline, but all other sorts may bo quoted as generally firm. 26,117 balos were sold for the week, greasy morino selling to 19$d. The following are some of the principal sales for the week, of Wes tern district wools : — Oreiisy — Bimblo, from Coonamble, 15d ; Bumiwoug from Molong, 15d; Hosemoath from ' Pai'kes, 15 id; II. Bio-i, in circle, from Dandaloo, lGd ...

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The Early Closing Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

The Early Closing Bill. The Early Closing Bill, which passed its third reading in the assembly on Thursday of last week was greatly amended during its passage through Committee. The bill now provides for metropolitan and Nowcastle shop- ping districts, and such other portions of the colony as the Governor may think proper to proclaim. In the metropolitan and Newcastle districts all shops except those to which spetkl indulgence is allowed have to close at 6 o'clock; on four days a week they have to close at 1 o'clock either on Wednes day or Saturday, an I are allowed to be open until 10 o'clock either on Friday or Saturday night. In the sountry district shops have lo close at 6 o'clock on four days of the week, and at one o'clock on one day, and remain open until 10 p.m. on another day. The hours for closing are originally fixed by the Governor, bnt mivy be varied at the request of the shop keepers of the district and after a poll has been taken. Certain shops con tained in the schod...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

The war in South Africa proceeds       apace. In the engagements between Boers and British since hostilities commenced we are informed by cable that the Boers had met with heavy losses in almost every case. General White has made a magnificent de- fence of Ladysmith, which will adorn several brilliant pages of the illustrious records of Britain's little army. Surrounded by overwhelming num bers of a courageous and admirably equipped foe, and eut off from all out side communication, the beleagurecl Britishers, by their splendid achieve ments under the most trying circum stances, have covered themselves with glory, and wiped out the disaster which clouded the earlier stagos of the seige. In our cables to day will be found tho gratifying news that Lady smith is safe, and can hold out for another two months if necessary. General Joubert is marching south ward to intercept the column now marching to tho relief of Ladysmith It would thus appear that ...

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

BREVITIES. Land sale to-day. Land Board sitting this week. Xmas advts. should now be appear- ing.   Dante the Great is showing at Dubbo.   See programme of Oddfellow's   sports in this issue. The send-off boom reigns in Cobar. Who'll be the next ? Cobar Brass Band is not as strong as it was some time ago. Mad Davis, the well-known auc- tioneer, is visiting Cobar. Mr Platten has an important busi- ness announcement in this issue. See Messrs Bennett and Barkell's bicycle advertisement in this issue. N.S.W. defeated Queensland in cricket by an innings and 300 runs. Mrs Ross's new hotel is being rapidly erected near the Goods Shed. It is announced that McKibbin, the bowler, intends retiring from cricket.   The municipal election for Glad- atone will come off early in December. Lismore people contributed £110 towards sending their band to Bath- urst. Aldermen Duffy and Musgrove have entirely recovered from their recent severe illness. D...

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Police Court. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Police Court.   (Before the P.M.) Henry Donnelly on Monday, was sen- tenced to 7 days' imprisonment for drunkeness   in Barton street. On Wednesday, Richard Erwin was fined 5s for drunkenness, and 10s for using in- decent language in Linsley street. On Tuesday, Gertrude Newton sued A Sam for the support of his illegitimate child. Defendant was ordered to pay 5s   weekly, 21s professional costs, and 5s 10d costs of court. Peter Bruce was fined 2s 6d and 4s 10d costs for removing timber other than fire- wood from Crown Lands without a license.     Michael Joseph Duffy sued W. A. Britton   for using insulting language with intent to provoke a breach of the peace. Mr Elwin appeared for plaintiff. Defendant pleaded   not guilty. Defendant was fined 1s, pro- fessional costs 4s and 4s 10d costs of court.

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Telegrams. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Telegrams. SYDNEY. Friday. Tho Dubbo to Coonamble railway proposal was further debated. The Premier declared ' that ic tho Railway Commissioners wero goiug to be allowed to usurp the functions of the Works Committee, the latter tribunal had batter be abolished. Altogether tho Railway Commissioners had no right to stop in at the tleventh hour in order to prevent the adoption of the Works Committee's reoom mendation in favor of another lino. He would shortly refer to another case in which threats had been used to him as head of the Government. The second reading was carried ? by 40 vot9s to 9 The bill passed through C.immittee without amendment The Council rejected, by 25 votes to 10, a bill to fix eight honrs as a day's work in the coal and shale mines The Totalizator bill was. read a third time, by 16 votes to 12 The Workman's Compensation bill was thrown out by 19 votes to 12 In the Assembly Mr Hassall asked for elave to introduce a Bill to amend the Land Act. He explained that the...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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LATER PARTICULARS London, Monday, Nov. 20 [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

LATER PARTICULARS London, Monday, Nov. 20 Particulars of the seige of Lady- smith on the ninth inst. show that the Boers were repulsed on all sides, with a loss of about 800 men. The British rifles did splendid work The lyddite shells had a terrifying and disastrous effect. General White made a sortie on mo 1'iia insi., provomng a D'g engage ment. The Boers were driven from tho guns with heavy loss. Tho British losses are insignificaut. Tho Boors occupy Jamestown and Burghersdorp. ',. The N.S. Wales Lancers have ar arrived at Naauwpoort, going in the direction of Kimberley, receiving a great ovation, i; Tho British prisoners at Pretoria are suffering from scurvy. General Bullor is at Da Aar. 26 transports have arrived at Cape towo, with 26,000 British reinforce ments.

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GREAT BRIDGE DESTROYED London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

GREAT BRIDGE DESTROYED London, Sunday. News is just to hand that the Boers have blown up the great bridge over the Tugela River, near Colenso — thus destroying railway communication with Ladysmith. As Colenso has been occupied by the Boers for over a week, cue de- struction of thi3 bridge has been expected, the object being, of course, to prevent the use of the railway by the British reinforcements, now at Estcourt, in their advance towards Ladysmith. It seems likely that the Boers have now destroyed the railway bridge as a preliminary to a final assault on Ladysmith. The Boers attempted a closer in vestment of Ladysmith on the 14th instaut, but were repulsed, losing heavily. General White reports all well on tho lflth. 8000 Boers were repulsed by British cavalry eight milos from Estcourt. The Boers attempted to rush Est court on the 18th, but were repulsed. The Duke of Cambridge's Lancers, five regiments of infantry, and six batteries of artillery are mobilising at Aldershot. Eight...

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A Patriotic Australian. KIMBERLEY TO BE RELIEVED, BATTLE EXPECTED NEAR LADYSMITH. BULLER'S WARNING. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

A Patriotic Australian. KIMBERLEY TO BE RELIEVED, BATTLE EXPECTED NEAR LADYSMITH. BULLER'S WARNING. London, Thursday. An important combined British movement is imminent at Natal. The sixth army division is mobilis- ing at Aldershot.   Lord Methuen ia advancing on Bel- mont, where the Boers are strongly posted. General French is threatening Uoles burg from Hanover Road, with a force of 8000 mon. . The Boer tactics in Natal are re garded as extremely hazardous, being prompted by the necessity for pillag ing for provisions. 3000 Boers attonntod to shell the Moor River camp, but retired when the British effectively replied. The Boers are mounting guns with which they hope to command tbn British position at Estcourt. A considerable number of tho Capo Dutch are joining the Boers. General Gatucre has arrived at Naauwpoort, with a big British 'orce. The Kimberley garrison sortiod on the 16th instant. They captured several Boer positions, killing 20 of the enemy. An anonymous Au...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KRUGHER NERVOUS London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

KRUGER NERVOUS London, Tuesday.   Four thousand more of the British troops have arrived at Capetown. The Boer casualties at the battle of Belmont were 200 men killed and wounded. President Kruger is in a pitiable condition of nervous irritation. Major General Clery will command the Ladysmith relief column. Commandant' Joubert, strongly reinforced, is niarching southward to intercept his advance. Mafeking was reported safe on the 12th instant. General Cronje's son was killed while directing the assault after the fight on the 17th. The Boers were for two hours re moving the dead and wounded. Tho British lost 8 men killed (in cluding two Captains) and seven wounded. Ladysmith reports that ammunition 13 piUUt/UUl. . Tho Boer trenches have been trari formed into veritable quagmires, owing to the heavy rain. The enemy have occupied. Campbell and proclaimed the annexation of G riqualand West, with the exception of Kimborley and Mafeking. Tho British troops now traversing Cape ...

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WRIGHTVILLE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

WRIGHTVILLE NEWS This little village is progressing at a wonderful rate. With so many mines at work, and such an amount of wages being distributed, a very much larger increase in the population will follow. Buildings are going up all round. The Post Office, kept by Mr Bax, has also telephone communi- cation with Cobar, and the building is a very neat, compact little one. Mr Hunter's new hotel is nearing completion. It is a large building, with a very imposing front, and is well in keeping with the rising town- ship. No doubt when Mr Hunter starts again in the hotel business, his old friends will give him renewed support. At present the forthcoming election is the all absorbing topic of conver- sation. The nominations take place on the 12th December. Six alder- men are required. It is generally understood that a large number of candidates will enter the field. How- over, it would be unsafe to mention names now, as some are reported to be withdrawing from the contest. Wrightville rate...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Local and General. Convalescent. - We are pleased to hear that Mr N. Morrison, who was confined to his bed for four weeks with influenza and its contingent ailments, is now recovering. He   was able to leave his bed during the week.   Weather. — We had some more weather during the week, in assorted brands. Sun-                             day was dusty. Wednesday and Thursday were quite wintry, and Friday was quite hot. It is little wonder that there is so much sickness in this district. Death at Dubbo. — On Friday last, at Dubbo, D. Soane, J.P., died at. the age of 55 years. He was the father of Mr M. Soane, assistant C.P.S. at Cobar This young gen- tleman left for Dubbo on Saturday. Now Mrs Soane is very ill. We sympathise with our young Cobar friend. N. Morrison & Co,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAR! JOUBERT NOT DEAD. COLONIAL CAVALRY IN ACTION. COLONEL POWELL'S SUCCESSFUL ATTACK. BOERS WRECK A TRAIN. London, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

WAR! JOUBERT NOT DEAD. COLONIAL CAVALRY IN ACTION. COLONEL POWELL'S SUCCESS- FUL ATTACK. BOERS WRECK A TRAIN. London, November 17. An armoured train has been wrecked by the Boers while reconnoitring near Colenso. The British left the train and fought in skirmishing order, but they were outnumbered. It is reported that IOC British are missing, several being killed and wounded. It is reported that the Ladysmith volunteers drew the Boers into the open, inflicting a crushing defeat on the latter. Colonel Powell, with G5 men, has carried out a brilliant night attack outsido Mufeking. Many Boers wore bayonoted while asleep. The Colonial Cavalry repulsed 300 Boers near Estovourt, killing sevoral. A strong British column was within 60 miles of Kiinborley on the 10th instant. Indirect evidence has been received that General Joubert is alive. Tho Boers havo looted Belmont. The Transvaal Secretary of State threatened to shoot six British Oflicers at Pretoria if Marks, the Boar's detective, was...

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It's a Wonder. Many Dubbo People finding it, out. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

It's a Wonder. Many Dubbo People finding it out.       Ever had any irritation of the skin j: There lire many forms of it,,;aud.any of .them are bad enough., to tax your patience; ? i [Tei'norhoid ? a ! plaguo of tho night;.; Nojrest for -:the sufferer from: ibis complaint. ' ISczenin, too, 11 xbii8tant ^irritation ;'. hives don't sound dangerous, but they cause a honp of misery to.; those, unfortunate ouough to ,; be ,' troubled/ with them. Doan's.Oiritmtnt ir 'Va Wonder,'.1 for any such ''trouble.;' and any troub.!e-t s mo irritatioti of the shin can't resist its boiling, soothing influence. Lots of peoplo know thisnowi'.;;, ? Mrs Jane MaUiewa, residing in \V03t Dubho, thus informs.iis: — 'I kno\v,;of a child- eighteen months old; who was afilictod with ringworivi, .'which' wus entirely removed by ? the Also' nf Do in's pint nont. ; 'I can certify to this lioiiig a fact as I1' my 's?lf appliij:! tho -Ointment. ? -Having witnossud itisucoe.sj ...

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WRIGHTVILLE READING ROOM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

WRIGHTVILLE READING ROOM. TO THE EDITOR. Dear Sir, — May I be allowed to   call the attention of the public, through the medium of your corres- pondence column, to an advertise- ment elsewhere, relating to a meeting to be held in the Wrightville Hall with the object of founding a Reading Room, and possibly a Debating Club, in that town. That such an institu- tion is obvious from the way in which the suggestion has been received. At the same time it is hoped that everyone interested will attend the initial meeting in order to make the movement an unqualified success.   I am, Yours, etc., N. Danvers Power, Convener.

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

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Cobar Municipal Council was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening. Present — Aldermen Snelson (Mayor), Bailey, Kinkead, Duffy, and Musgrove. Correspondence. The Secretary of the NSW Patriotic Fund sent a circular relating to a public meeting held in the Sydney Town Hall. The circular asked the Mayor to convene a public meeting with a view to raising money to assist the wives and families of these in the NSW contingent who might be killed in the Transvaal war. The Mayor said he was not in favor of taking any active part in the matter. Ald Kinkead & James spoke, etc - see below. inconvenience also existed with regard to   garnishees and other matters. He thought the matter had been already brought before the Department. It was absolutely neces- sary that one should be appointed. He moved that the Council write to the Depart- ment, pointing out the inconvenience exist- ing. Aid James seconded the m...

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

Cobar District Hospital. THE Treasurer of the Cobar District Hospital begs to acknowledge the receipt, of the following Donations from G. O. Tullock, Esq., Springfield Station:— G. O. Tullock £1, W. McDonald 5s, J. Mahey 5s, E. Love- grove 5s, C. H. Titterton 5s, H. Hopmann 5s, Ah Sammy 5s, T. Hawk 2s 6d, J. Cronin 1s, E. Edmon- son 1s, P. Keys 2s 6d, H. Hodges 2s W. Chappy 2s, A. V. Allen 2s 6d, E. McNab 2s, C. Smith 2s, P. Carr 1s, J. Wilson 2s, J. Fitzgerald 1s, L. Harrison 1s 6d, W. Wallace 1s. Total £3 14s.

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