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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Piefce ftpold's Is now in Full Swing. WP™ are Crowded every day. 'WHY T \-\ I Because We are selling our Immense ?A^. Stock of l-lt^ Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes &c ^ At Prices thiit »ro Simply ABtouuding. ®\g) The Goods MUST 16 JK SfILD and our Prices are Selling them. No reasonable offer ? refused during the Sale . No other Store in tiie west can give jm tM BARGAINS which are to be had daring the ., .SALE AT .,;;i Clreat Western Emporium ' '? ? ^V^JB ^Wbv ttnuEUBbt jA. waHSMMkh

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

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Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Take Notice ...For* ' otb.br. 'Gladstone news, read pago 2. '.'.- ?' SANDER AND S ONS EU0ALTPT EXTRACT According to reports of a groat uumbor of physiciaus of fcho hi(»lio8t professional standing, there are offorod Eucalypti Extract, which possose no curativo qu'alitios. In protection ot tho world wide fr.mo of Sandku and Sons' preparation wo publish a fow abstracts from ttieao reports, -nl'iih bouv fully out that no rolianco can oe placed in other iroducfc-:— Dr. W. B. Bush,' Oakland, )al., writos. It is somotimes didlcult to obtaiu tho geuuino nt ticlo (Sandkr and Sos's ) I employed different other pro pntvitious, tboy bad no thornpeulio vuluo no bad effects. In ono oaso tho effects wore similar to the oil camphoru, thD objeotiounblo action of which ia wel known.' Dr. H. li. Drako, Portland Oregon, suj-s — ' Since I bocamo acquaiut ed with this propuration (Sandkh and Sons) I U3od uo other form of eucalypti as I think it is by fur tho best.' Dr. L. 1'. Preston, Lynchburgh, Yu., wr...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRIGHTVILLE PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

WRIGHTVILLE PRO- GRESS COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Wrightville Pro- gress committee was held on Monday evening. Present: — Messrs Lew, (chairman), Bax, Gill, Milston, Ken- nedy, Welsh, and Furnell. On the motion of Messrs Gill and Welsh, it was decided to canvass the town for assistance. Messrs Gill, Welsh and Furnell comprised the committee. Hearty votes of thanks were ac- corded to Messrs Scanlan (Chairman), and Edwards (Secretary), for the services they had rendered the com- mittee. Messrs Welsh and Furnell moved, on behalf of the Municipal Associa- tion, a hearty vote of thanks to the Progress Committee for the assistance they had given them. A special meeting of the Committee will be held on Thursday next to wind up the Committee's affairs.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wrightville School Concert. CROWDED HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Wrightville School Concert. CROWDED HALL. There must have been over 300 people in Lew's Hall on Wednesday last, on the occasion of the concert in aid of the Prize Fund for the Wright- ville Public School. All the seating accommodation in the hall was taken up, and many (including ladies) had to stand. The programme was a very long one. That afternoon Mr. Lew had a stage completed, but the space was very limited for such a large number of children. However, despite the crush, the high standard of discipline to which Mr. Sweetman has trained the children resulted in everything passing off almost without the slightest hitch. The first part of the programme consisted of 21 items, rendered en- tirely by the school children. As the list is such a long one we cannot par- ticularise each case. The following items were rendered by the infants:— 'I have a dolly,' Fairy Tales, 'Fairy Ring,' 'The Blacksmith's Song,' ' Red, White and Blue,' ' There's a fly.' 'Dip the Oar,' 'The Silk Worm,' and '...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Aldermanic Elections. NOMINATION DAY. THE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Aldermanic Elections. NOMINATION DAY. THE CANDIDATES. This week wili prove a 'red letter' week for the residents of the new municipality of Gladstone. There was considerable excitement over the election. About 20 persons attended at Lew's Hall at noon on Tuesday to hear the nominations announced. The audience was principally com- prised of candidates. Mr. Snelson, Mayor of Cobar, was also present. Mr. John Leah (Returning Ofiicer) read the Gazette notice proclaiming Gladstone a new municipality, and also the notice of his appointment as Returning Officer. He then read out the nominations for tho positions of aldermen, which were as follows : — MAYER MILSTON, Nominated by Geo. Furnell, T. H. Rowe, and H. Davis. THOMAS HENRY ROWE, Nominated by Mayer Milston, John Far- quhar, and Henry Davis. This candidate was also nominated by George Wagner, and William Welsh. JOHN FOX, Nominated by A. E. Moore and W. S. Gill. WILLIAM HENRY LEW,       Nominated ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday Church Service's R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Sunday Cburch 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 — 16 December 1899

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar — No morning service Even- Song at 7-30 p.m., Rev. A. R. Martin.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. We are in receipt of a copy of the 38th annual report of the New South Wales Institution for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind, for the year ended 30th September, 1899. Ofto'' of the ob jects of tho report is to;.i-ring tho in stitution under tho notice of the pub lic, so that parents or? guardians of children who aro deaf.ajid dumb, or blind may know where, ??ihoy can send their children to bo oidu.cated, also to impress upon them theb'yery great im portance of education foVjchildren who are afflicted, and tho '^desirability of having them taught ..before they be come to old. It is a vfljid fact that many persons, through an intonse affoction for their' afflicted children, or from indifference 'Jo their future, welfare and happiness, koep them at home long after they ~j. should be at school; in this way; 'they deprive them of tho power to earn thoir own living when they are grown up, and thus condomn them to' -a life of help lessness and misery, t Many such cases have...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 a.m., Wrighville at 7 30 p.m., Rev. A. Graham. Cobar at 7-30, Mr. R. Osborne.     NYMAGEE ADVERTISER. 'MOH S1BI BBD PATniJv.' . SATURDAY, DEC. 16th, 1899 '

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Local and General .       Returned. — Mr. M. S. Armstrong re- turned from Melbourne this week.   Marriage. — On Tuesday last Florence Charlotte Beaumont and Henry Charles Watson were married. Both are well known residents of Gladstone.       Correction. — We hasten to correct an error which crept into our Presbyterian para- graph last week, in which it was stated that Mr. S. R. Wood had been appointed treas- urer Dr. Robinson's name should have ap-     peared in place of Mr Wood's.     School of Arts. — A committee meeting of tho above was held on Tuesday. Present:- Messrs MacGregor (chair), Ramsay, Wag- horn, Robertson, and Blenkinsopp (secre- tary). Accounts amounting to £14 6s 6d were passed for payment. The secretary was empowered to repair the billiard table when funds permitted. Other formal busi- ness was transacted.   &am...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Beautiful Bourke. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Beautiful Bourke. The Bourke Banner man had 'em bad when he penned the following : — ' It's a wonder that anyone living or trying to exist in Bourke is infernally glad to get out of it? And is it sur-   prising that the local mortality rate during the last week has increased to a par with the sad result of the heat- wave of 1896 ? Scarcely a day passes but a child, or a child's mother, sister or brother dies, and it is evidently here a question of the survival of the fittest ; not of the best. Read this delightful record of the week's daily increas- ing shade heat. On Saturday 89 de- grees, Monday 97.5, Tuesday 102,   Wednesday 103.5, Thursday 109, Fri- day 113, with every prospect of to-day topping the lovely record. All over the town there is sickness, suffering, sorrow and death, and the infernal climate is the cause of all. Why do we stay here? That is a conundrum   each man must answer for himself.'

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR! London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

WAR   London, Saturday. The railway culvert and telegraph wires near Graspans were destroyed   yesterday. A body of niEintry, two guns nnd a roqimont of oavohy, from Orango lli\er, wero sent to Boimont, wheie they copsiateu with a battety ot aiti lleiy and a battalion of infantry from Moddd.*. nud succeeded m expelling the Fieo Slate Commtntlaiit I'misloo who' had occupied tho town 'with a. t ommamlo ot j ,000 dicd, and ono gun Fouiteen Btiti^h weio wounded during the engagemoi.t. Tho railwti- and telegraph hnea htuo boen lostored. Foui howit/ais haio leached lieu tenant General Lord Mothucn's force. While reconnoitring oh Monday, the' New South Wales Lancers die^ tho onoraj's fitti eight milo 1101th onat of tho Modder camp. The Lancers i-elired, (hiding tho, enemy strongly postod. i The Now Zealanders covered the He-' train men t q£ threa trains of cavalry: sent to occupy A rundel. The ?? Australians started from Orango Biver for the front ontho 7th (Thurs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

BREVITIES. War Warming. Nice weather this week. Gladstone election to-day. West Queensland is experiencing a severe drought.   W. Delaney, the jockey, goes to England in March.       Matters have been very busy at Gladstone this week. Public Schools broke up on Friday for the Xmas vacation. Drysdale racing programme for New Years' day is advertised.     Tho electric cars in George-street were successfully run on Saturday. Mr. J. N. Walton, an ex-Cobar sharebroker, is now visiting Tenter- field. There is every probability that the war will be of longer duration than at first anticipated. Mr. Hunter's new hotel, stylishly named 'the Hotel Chesney' was opened on Monday. At a cricket match at Ulmara on Saturday a team made 331 without the loss of a wicket.   The Government havo stopped the Arnold-Denham Co.'s production of ' Boer versus Briton.' Mr. H. Roberts, who has managed the Chesney mine for...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Death. AT the Cobar Hospital, on Saturday December 2nd, ROBERT BROM- FIELD (formerly of Belford station, Cobar,   and older brother of Thomas Bromfield, pianoforte tuner; and eldest son of the late   Rev Robert Orange Bromfield, late minister cf Sprouston Parish, near Kelso, Scotland.)   Deceased was aged 54 years, and succumbed   to typhoid fever and pneumonia.

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Gladstone Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Gladstone Gleanings. Tho news that Mr H. Roberts intends leaving shortly has caused genuine regret, not only in Gladstone, but in Cobar. Since he has been in this district, as manager of the Cobar Chesney mine nearly two years — he has associated himself with all public movements, including the realm of sport. He purposes going to Queensland where a good offer has been made to him. How- ever, it may be two months before he will leave Cobar. Mr Roberts will be succeeded   by Mr John Provis, late manager of the Western Silver Mine, at Zeehan, Tasmania. Mr Dunstan, who has occupied the posi- tion of assayer at the Chesney Mine since Mr Dixon's departure for South Africa, will also be leaving Cobar at an early date. He has several opportunities at his disposal, and he has not yet made up his mind where his new destination will be. On Monday last Mr. J. Hunter was suc- cessful in obtaining a license for his new hotel, and the same day the bar was opened. The building is not ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Mining. A rich find of gold has been made at the Mount Drysdale mine. On Wednesday afternoon the manager wired to the secretary, stating that the gold was showing in the face of the drive in lumps and an assay of the ore broken during the previous 24 hours, after taking out all the metallic gold, gave a return of 100ozs 5dwts of gold   to the ton and about 24ozs of silver.   The lode has been driven on for 70ft south and is still strong in the face. Immediately after hearing the news the directors visited the mine and found the lode had improved as stated. Five   cwt of specimen stone was bagged to be sent to Dapto. They are breaking ore in the rich face and expect to have 16 tons ready for despatch to-morrow. At the present time the company has 97 tons on the road to and at Dapto. It is quite within the range of possi- bility that the good days of Drysdale, like history, will repeat themselves. At any rate, we hope so.   &...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday.     The Upper Houso lias ooinpletcu its .con. siileiHtion of.tlio Go:d D.-oJj.'ihir ? Bill in rommitteel Aftor mak:njr ft number of anieiidnyont.i 'Ihey fixed/.: 'tho.-. rental of gold bcuiing Crbvvn Lunda at £1 ptr Here. ; ?Tiio Land nnd Kofipprdiaoment: Bill was roid Hie third time in tho' Council. The -'Coonnmblo Kail way Bill lias passed Lthrotigli. all its stages. ?'??: A miner nnined Samuel Hensel ntti amok at Broieii Hill yestoi\l«jr, with * rotolvor and razor. A: woman named Janson wi« killed nnd -a-'inin' iniuiil .Wilstone was 'tor. ribly'; .ivdiindctVi ;'II«nsel theri out liis on-'n tljroRrV, His recovery is hopeless. : ? Nejv'lu.i Jjoeiv'rocoived lit Pertli to tlic bffebt H114 l-art;oi ! tlio.erowof the Bii-rantino Efhel, sttcrinuijloniigiho Oniitiinj/liiB «on, mate, arid otliers, sunk tlie'vessol and 'land- 4 in bo^ti at-Tininbar Islnnd. Br'c.in!i olih cinls jjavo arrested tiio pulpriU. / ? .,.:?' Yesterday's wooli sal...

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Latest. VERY HEAVY LOSSES. Highlanders Lead On And are Mown Down. 833 BRITISHERS KILLED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Latest. VERY HEAVY LOSSES. Highlanders Lead On And are Mown Down. 833 Britishers killed. London, Thursday. Gondtnl . Gatecre .{;has abandoned   Malleno.           7000 men have eiirollel at-Durbau   for ftmbularico work. ?' \ ': Tho ; transport Dontoii: Grange is ashore;; at LiS Palmas. The cargo includes. a number of trriction engines, 140. ambulance vans, 170 wnggons, tnd a niiantitv of -fori'-jie. ..-.«-. .'';.'.. ,?.-'? ; ..?80 sBR ITIS HBRS;K ILLED. ; ,- v ; ' .. : ; London. ' ThuKtlav.'- . Further details of' the -lighting. at, Magei'sfontein state that the British infantry- were engaged -from noon till dark, attacking the trenches, but ware compelled to withdraw, owing to tho BoeiV stubborn defence. : Th», dosses are'; 'cb'ieily 'confined to the Highland brigado. ,. .?/?} ' Lord Mothueu resumed a desultory Criunbnade oh; Tuesday. ? ,? . ; ? ..Military experts slate that tho AiiBtral'ans...

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A British Reverse. GATACRE MISLED. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

A British Reverse. GATACRE MISLED. : London, Monday.         The British have had a serious re- verse near Stormberg.       ? General Gatacro, with- 8,000 men, attempted jri'the night io' surprisa a force of 2,500 B.pe|.'s'. i Tho former ware unexpectedly attacked on two sides, and suft'orod heavily, Tho Boer forco was uudet'ijotlinafced, and occupied an impregnable position, which the Britishers vrer« unsblo to assail, ? ? Two Boor forty pounders barr*ssed the British aftor tho attai-k. The Northumberland Fusiliers and Irish, Rifles behaved splendidly. It' is understood thit 290 of ths Irish Rifles mi 3QG of the Fusiliora are missing. '?' General Gatacre was mialod by the guides. He found his plan of attack impracticable. ' jsing pllice'saro amougst the mis siog. ?; ..- ???' The' BborB followed tfo retreating British' .with artillery for thfeo hours, A Boer attack on Kinjberley wa* ropu'sod w...

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