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

Hospital Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of the Cobar Hospital Committee was held on Monday. Present : — Messrs Bre- den (chairman), James, Edgar, Bailey, Philips, Musgrove and Hogan. Mr R. C. Stevenson wrote tender- ing his resignation. He referred to the hearty good feeling and spirit of co-operation that had always existed in the Committee, and hoped that the institution would have every success in tho future. Mr Edgar moved that the resigna- tion be accepted with regret. Mr Hogan seconded the motion, which was carried. The Eight Hour Day Sports Com- mittee tendered a cheque for £102 11s   1d, being the net proceeds of the Sports. The Chairman said the return was highly satisfactory. Mr Musgrove moved that the amount be accepted, and that the secretaries be written to, asking them to convey the thanks of the Hospital Committee for their efforts. Mr James seconded the motion, which was carried. Dr Robinson reported that 23 patients had been treated during the month...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

MINING. The directors of the Great Cobar Copper-mining Company declared a dividend (the thirty-sixth) of 2s per share, payable on the 22nd instant. Messrs. Leonard Dodds and Co. report the output of 68 tons 6cwt. of refined ingot copper from the Great Cobar mine for the week before last. Cobar Gold Mines is pounding away with the full 100 head, and the cyanide plant is in full swing. They   are driving in the 116ft level in a northerly direction. This will be continued to the Griffin, where a con- nection will be made with the surface. The distance from this point to the hauling shaft will be about 640ft. The stone for the mill is being taken from the open cut and the various levels. 250 tons per day are being treated, and this quantity is hauled, passed through the crushers, and trucked to the ore bin in 4½ hours, which is very smart work indeed. The manager is very well-satisfied with the way the machinery is running. Unfortunately it will not be until the general mee...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 November 1899

Tenders. ARE invited for the purchase of the Young Australian Hotel, situated at Wrightville, near Cobar, in the rising Municipality of Gladstone, to gether with the furniture therein and the balance of the license. The Hotel is built with sawn tim ber, roofed with galvanised iron, and consists of bar, 2 tap rooms, parlour, dining room, 6 bedrooms, servants' room, kitchen, store room, wash house, stable and coach house. The whole is furnished throughout. The Hotel is doing a good business and the sale is only for the purpose of winding up the Estate of the late Samuel Jordan Skewes, deceased. Stock in trade to be taken at a valua tion. Inspection invited. Immediate   possession. Terms Cash.     The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted.           Inspection on application to the undersigned or to W. J, Hogan, Solicitor, from whom all particulars may be obtained. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

New Backs for Old. Duiii'u Baokache Kidney Pills al Wijys do fheir work. And their work is making hew b'tcks out of old. ?-, Old backs ache. That.is, they.so'in to ache. ''?; -'.': It's the kidneys that ache. ., Gut the back does the talking. ''Backache is 'not all there is of kid ney disorder. lVs only the starter so to speak. 'Urinary troubles follow thick and fust. - Excessive urine— very common complaint. SefUment in urine —getting worse. High color and pain in passing, — worser still. Diabetes, Bright's Disease -Death. That's the end. Moiul. Don't wait for all the coming hor rovt\ Doa-u'.s Backache Kidney Pills make the oM backs new. Mrs H. Kelly of Win#ewarr&- street, Dubbo, tells us: ' I felt pains iu the small of-' my back for six years or more. . Usually when J awoke in the morning rny back was aching I also felt the pain very much when I had to bend down. Attacks of benda'-lies find giddiness were of frequent occur i'Mico and my condition seemed to lip affected a g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

Sheep Board Meeting. A meeting of the Cobar Sheep Bjiu'iI was held at Mr Cotton's olGce on November 28rd, to consider appli cations by owners for remission of as sessment under diseases in the Sheep Abb. Present : — Messrs P. Oakden (Chairman), G. O. Tulloh, M. J. Brown, and J, C. Wallace. The (Jnairman explained that, in compliance with circulars issued by the Stock Branch, they had met to consider applications by owners for remission of assessment on account of losses in sheep by drought ; nnd that the Stosk Branch has advised th\t it was essential that applicants should at tend/- ' The following cases were dealt vvi h : — E:J. Doyle, manager of Meryulu. Mr M J. Brown, The Rookery. , ? -Sydney Hamilton, Barnato and Nelyambo stations. W: Armstrong, Tindaroy. D. A. Cameron, New Babinda. W. J. Hogan, Yarrawonga. ?). C. Wallace, the Priory. G. H. Officer, Kergunyah. E. O. Long-Innes, Coronga Downs. ' G. 0 Tulloh, Springfield. P. Oakden, Lerida. . D. A. Cameron, Hermituge Plains. It wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

War and Blood. A AVOELD'S CHALLENGE. BILE BEANS STAND UNRIVALLED THE WORLD OVER AS THE REMEDY 01? THE AGE/ THEY DO MORE THAN BELIEVE TEMPORARILY. THEY CURE FOR KEEPS. THE PROPRIETORS CHAL- . LENGE ANYONE TO f-KODUi'E AS GOOD A MEDICINE AT TEN TIMES THE COST. Some people think that it is an utter impossibility to produce a remedy, such as Bile Beans,' at Is 1-Jcl por box, and some of our competitors claim (because we have taken all their business nearly) that no good prepara tion c-m be sold at such a very low price. Now, to prove that such a thing is possible, we will first of all draw the reader's attention to the millions upon millions of beans that aro sold annually. Does it not seem strange that when such quantities are sold that tho producing of the ingred ients that go to make up the success would not be cheapened, and cheapened until the cost of same would be almost infinitesimal ? Bile Beans are composed of the best and most expensive herbs and drugs that are obtainable, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

A. fiaundora. B*jt*«t»d 8c. Gold AiiKibyil Uiooetl, 17/fc ' Ho. Qold 30/-, l»c. Oold 35/-. , A. Saundcrs. lie OoW l-b»r 1'urc double out DUusoa* 3/2/-. Splendid Vklut. A. Saundota. ( He. Oold, Pearl and Red .S.Vme Set SoroB Bill Ilrooch, 15/-, lauit otjlo. I A. 8aunders. tlvMOold llroocb, Hell and Chain. 19*. Heart Amotbjtt, 13,0. Hold HoncBhog Silver, fi/- : lacker, 20/-, i 25/-. Silver and Gold, 7/(1 and in/-. Hind-iimde Wcddin™ ninpiaiid KccpcrV, Dc. Solid Gold, tit, 7/0 10/. each; lit Gold, 15,-; eitra heavy, »r,/.; ISo. Cold W axtra heavy, 30/-, 35/-, «0/-. For size cut hole in carboard. ISc fioM Diamond 2 Rubies or Sapnhira 21-1: 3 liianiond [?] A. Saundors. HtwOoIrt ForirFt-mriiot Heart anil Chal^l!r..M0,, H/fl. Amcth.vst llfart, li/i. \ ** *s. IpV 47 A. Saunders. r«arl Set Bird, 3 Hells and Chain Gold Brooch, 13/C. 15o. Gold, as/-. Hat Pin. Pure Silvur, I'arliian lUmondii, 4/(3. AnylnititL LalMt Style. A. Saunders. 180. OeW, 4 Diarnonils lluhy «nd t Poarll, 3/fi/. 6 Diamonds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

PRODUCE 1 PRODUCE! JOHN BAILEY. PROJ3TJCE1 S1EROHANT, LINSLEY :?TBEBT, ? COBAJ: HAS 1u«t rotiirn--d from t.W Agricultural Centres ?-( Hio Western line, where he hn Jade IMMENSB PURCHASES of-atl kind, of, PBDD0CB und HOESK i JThEH Whiok'ho is aow landing and selling to OoW coniumers »t MOST REASON ABLl 'RATES ? ? THE PRICKS nra tlio LOWEST POSSIBLE in tide district, andu.TRIAL ORNER - »ure »o lead to pormunent business. ??? :.????'?'.? ' JO i« now a CASH Buyer of Wool, Hide*, Sheep, Kongnro.. ? tt. and Walhby Skin, in any quantitios.^^ ^AILEX... BATHURST HE SANATORIUM OF N. S. W. Charming Situation surr.mndnd by hills. Elevation of Oity, 2200ft above ? . Bea level . . Pleasant Summer or Winter Eefort . , Beautiful Walks und Drives . ? Machattie Pmik in centre ot City — Bund Btand, Lake, Fern-houee, Grottoes, &v: . . Two Trains daily to find froja Sydney, seven hours' journey. Starting point for JENO'LAfa CAVES. Exoellent Accommodation for ]?am; ???' , . Livery Stables Educati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

TO THO3E ABOUT TO BUILD. SAXT0N~& iliiS Timber and Joinery Merchants, PYRW8ORST HAVE in Stock ready foi Iraincdiate ? Supplr. PORTABLE WEATHER BOARD COTTAGES of all descriptions ready for erect ion ; Frames only, or fitted ' complete with every requisite. Country orders dispatched with prompti tude- and care. Offices and Mills. Pyrmont Bridge Road. Branch Yards arid Wharves, ? Blackwattlo Bay. Sond forPrice Lists. Timhcr, Joinery, Mouldings, ;Turnory, . Galvanised Iron and Builders' Supplies of all kinds at Lowest Current Rfttos. iilllil Haroonrt Streot, COBAB. PROPRIETORS. lUIfE OBDBES A SPECIALITY. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. Agent for KlonSyke Gold Dieb-a aud Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere ironB made ??? Prodis %» i i !^^Hs^k^i eI^ 1 §§§ §| «us Sis * ,fpi .(?».' i J, Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST, Of ALL KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ?-???? ADELAIDE-ST., ; -llifllf.-, JUAMOND SETTER & OPAL CUTTER. :'!MECI0US...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

For Sale. A GOQD second hand Violin with Case, Bow, a lot of Strings, Mute, Tuning Fork, etc., complete. Also » lot of Part Music. £ 7 10s the lot. Apply— MRS BERTRAM, iij Club House Hotel, Oobar. jj Wrightville Reading ! Room. A PUBLIC! meeting will be held in the Wrightville Hall on Wednesday, December 6, at 8 p.m., to enrol new membets, receive the Working Com mittee's report, and generally to atari business. N. DANVERS POWER, Hon. Secretary, pro tern. Young Australian dold Mining Company, No Liability. A SPECIAL General Meeting of Shareholders of the above will be held at the Company's Office, Barton street, Cobar, on Saturday, 16th December, ' at 3 p.m., for the purpose of electing a Legal Manager, WILLIAM HUNT, Legal Manager.. Young Australian flold Mining Company Nq Liafyjjity. APPLICATIONS are invited for the Position of Legal Manager to the above Company. Applications to bo in the hands of the Managing Direo tor (Mr J. J. Gudgeon) not later than 8 p.m., on the 10th December...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

' RELIABLE FUKNITURE. CARPETS, BEDSTE4DS, ffl BlOOl^O AND WHERF. TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, COBNBB GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STBEETS. DRAWING ROOM SUITE, in T ipettry and Plush, Couoh, Pair Easy Chain, and 4 Carved Chairi, for £4, lOi ; 60 otheri, 5, 10 to 20 gaineaa, at HALL'S. ilalDROOM SUITE, WALNUT COLOR - - OR POLISHED PINE, fririirobe, Plale glass Door nnd Drawers, t nehesa Chest Drawers, with glass at tached, Marble top Washstand. Towel Rail, and Cane Chair, £6 15s; 30 Bedroom Suites to select from, 9, 12, 18 to SO guineas. FINING KOOM SUITE, VEPY STRONG COUCH, PAIR EASY and 6 SMALL CHAIRS, All spring.sei.ted and Padded Backs, « guineas ; 20 others, 7, 12, and 2.1 gnineas, at HALL'S. FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTER BED STEAD, BRASS RAIL, Double-wire Mattress, and Set Best Wool Plaok with best Kapok Bedding, £1 10s ; Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bedste&itB to select fr.- at HALL'S* ?T THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. I'rtU 663, 565, 667 GEORGE-STREET. Country Orders Packed F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

Fob Thk StuotKn. — Summer has arrived in real earnest, 'and as'iisual it }-roniotos un evor-recurriug thirst. WTioU ouo ? has to drink »o often there's nothing like going in for a cool, non-intoxioating uovorsirt. At the Federal Refreshment Rooms, inPadula's Terrace, customers can obtiin tho Tory bout of icod drinks, of uaoh and everv variety, also a cup of tea and li|rht refreshments. Mrs Breen und Minn Ellis oie determined to iupply tb- long folt wr.nt.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

WnrnerV) Safe Cure lias rentorod nte to lieallh after years qf suffering with disordered liver nod kidneys.'— Mr P. E. A. Dioirnon, Stewart street, Dune, din A fen- years ujjo 1 was troubled witl gravel, and tried Warner's Safe Cure, ftnd since have not had a recurrence of it.'— G. W. Gillios, Wynyard Square, Sydney. 'D e (lie value of Warner's Safe Cure. JXi It hns unboundedly relieved me per. muntiUly of my troubles '— J. Borrie The Glen, West street North, Sydney. 'VTot afraid to sign my name as a' guaran* J-l teo that Warnor's Safe Cure U what it is represented to bo.'— .James Healey Mayor, Glen limes, N.S W. Excellent medioiiio for general debility, and for loiung up the syatom I hnvn always renommended it fur tlio name.' ~-B. H Babbidge, Ei-Mayor of Brisb ine. 't'i edults moro natufuctoiy were obtained XtJ from prescribing Warner's Safe Cure J than any formu'ae of my own pros cribing '- Hobert Shaw, L D.S., 1[.B., DA, Rooihamptin, Queensland. Butt1, ring for the la«t ten years...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

Department of Mines and Agriculture, Stock and Brands, ?'?;.'? Sydney, 11th November 1899. DISEASES IN SHEEP ACTS, 1866, 1878 AND 1882, AND THE PAS TURES AND STOCK PROTEC , TION ACT, 1898. .. THE attention of Owners or Persons keeping Horses, Cattle, or Sheep (although it should only be one head) and Butchers, Dealers, and Salesmen . is called to notices in the Government Qazttte of the 10th instant, respect Ing the Returns which must be made between the 1st and 10th January, 1900, of the Stock (instead of as heretofore between the 1st and Slat . December) in their possession on the 81at day of December next preceding, under a penalty of £20. ALEX. BRUCE, Chief Inspector of Stock. 8d-6 Masonic Hall Saturday. Dec. U fi RAND Dramatic organisation direot \JC from the Lyceum Theatre, Sydney, and furnished with now and lavish scenery ! II MS] JEI PIECES I 16 Metropolitan Artists i-S Grand opening production TRUE IRISH HEARTS! Interpreted by the following powerful Caste— Lanty O'Shea ... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

RACES ! RACES AT MOUNT BOPPY. MOUNT BOPPY RACE CLUB. Boxinra- x-a-st. A GOOD Programme of Races will . be held at Mount Boppy on Boxing Day, under A.J.C. Rules. Full particulars in next isf ue. 0. PARKER, Secretary. Cobar Civilian Rifle Club. A SPECIAL General Meeting ol the above Club will be held at the Grand Hotel on Wednesday, 6th, next at 7.80 p.m. sharp in support of ths Patriotic Fund; all Members and Civilians desirous of furthering th» movement are cordially invited to attend. JAS. COTTON, President. . H. DALGABNO, Hon. See. A Silver Watch GIVEN AWAY ?-?O0 GIVEN AWAY THIS TEAR! WJS hereby underlftko to Give one of our tainoim Silver Watched, listed at £ 2 10s (Lady'a or Gentleman's), to every Man, Woman, or Child who sendo us th# Correct Reading of the following Puzzle :— f«W «8 Y'R T*M» The only condition in that if your amwe is oorreot that you purchase one of our Solid Sterling Silver Chains to wear with th« Watch. HBND NO MOKHY. firnulv r'Ywunl your an»wi-r ami enclost ...

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Do Grocers Live Long? [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

Do Grocers Live Long? Since the publication of an article   in our columns bearing the above heading we have received a number of letters in reference thereto. Some correspondents say ' Yes' and others ' No' in answer to the query. But tbo most forcible (and to our mind the most valuable) letter on the subject ia that received from Mr F. H. Thomas, manager 'of a large Grocery Emporium in Queanbeyan :— -' Under certain conditions (says he) grocers do live 'long. Take my own case. As a re su't of worry and overwork, I some years ago became consumptive, had a dry backing cough, suffared from shortness of breath, and pains in tho i-best and shoulders ; at tiffins I was ' i'everish. - JIy:-faoe became white and thiu and I lost flesh greatly. A clever doctor declared me both consumptive nnd asthmatical, and cautioned me to lake every care of myself, otherwise, he said, the ailment would end fatally. Notwithstanding his treatment I did not permanently improve. The cough gave i...

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Sunday Church Services R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 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.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Advent Sunday. — Communion Service and Celebration 11 a.m; Holy   Baptism 1 pm ; Evensong 7.30 Rev. A. R. Martin.

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WAR IN EGYPT. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 2 December 1899

WAR IN EGYPT. London, Saturday. The Dervishes were defeated with great loss near Khartoum, the Khalifa being killed, with many chiefs. Thousands of the Dervishes sur- rendered. London, Sunday.   During an engagement in the   Soudan, two of the Khalifa's brothers were killed.     Osman Digua bolted when the first   shot was fired.      

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