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Action in Parliament. Military Estimate. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Action in Parliament. Military Estimates Sydney, Friday.   The news of the latest serious Bri- tish reverse occasioned great excite- ment in Parliament yesternight. The Premier hastily summoned the Cabinet meeting, and sent for Gen- eral French, with whom he conferred for sometime.     Mr Lyne.-cpminubicated the' result to.'; ihe ^iloHEo,.' 'when the ? Military' Estimates' ^broo.bsing ... considered. Ho said a- cable had jbeen just re ceived, which, if trun, 'showed a serious state 'of things oxisted at the Capo. Ho had cabled to Mr Chamber Liio, -asking ; if the British desired moro trcopa from tho colonies'.. He intended to await a reply beforo taking further: action. Ho said he bad also communicated with other colonies; to ;r ascertain' whether they would j 'in in the dispatch of another Australian ..X'ontiugeut, . if '._ farther troops were required. If neco;sary he.woulcl take action beforo Tuasdny to send troops away and ask the House to ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chesney Mine. ITS MACHINERY. OPERATIONS COMMENCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Chesney Mine. ITS MACHINERY. OPERATIONS COMMENCED. On Tuesday last the Herald reporter visited the Chesney Mine, and was kindly shown over the new works by the ob- liging manager, Mr Roberts. The mach- inery is now in working order, although at present, only the day shift is being worked, as all the machinery has not been finally ad- justed.     The old winding engine has been over- hauled, and put back about 20ft, being re-fixed and housed in. This was rendered necessary owing to the great height of the poppet legs. Tho new poppet legs are 75ft high, and the road from the mill runs in at the 40ft working brace. The shaft is fitted up with a pair of new cages of the latest pattern, made by Taylor Horsefield, of Bendigo. The overhead road from the   brace to the mill consists of five 36ft spans, and contains a double rail. The ore is tipped from the tramline into the main ore hopper outside the compressor house. This hopper holds over 100 tons. ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Relief at Last To Ladysmith, London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

  Relief at Last To Ladysmith. London, Thursday. A private cable has been recrivod stating that Ladysmilh has at last been rolioved. Six thousand Boers weie faki»u   prisoner. The report, -jo far, lacks cenfuma- !ion.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Candidates' Addresses. What they would do—if returned. Hustings Hilarity. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 16 December 1899

Candidates' Addresses. What they would do — if returned. Hustings Hilarity. There must have been fully 100   ratepayers, etc., in Lew's Hall on Tuesday evening, to hear the candi- dates express their views. Mr Jeff- ery did good work with the bell, and the candidates had the satisfaction of getting the ratepayers around them in fine force. Mr Snelson (Cobar's Mayor), oc- cupied the chair. The chairman said he had pleasure   in presiding at the meeting that night. He hoped the audience would give all   the candidates a fair hearing. He said that as there were 11 candidates he could only allow each speaker' 10 minutes. He also announced that on Saturday Mr Leah would bring out his rate receipt book, and receive rates, so that ratepayers could qualify them- selves for voting. It was not necess- ary for a ratepayor to vote for the full six aldermen, but he could not vote for more. Mr Scanlan was the first candidate called on to speak. He said he ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

: Don't Give Up.; , JJon't give up. - . ' Discouragement has lost many a ? .lifj;. ,?????.:?.'????.??!. ;; -:.--.-r-.. :.-.?. .??=.? ? ;.V '.. J'Tghfi' it out. Try every means. ' Failure in one case does not mean'' j ?s.iucrss is an impossibility. Experience is the modern instructor. ? »' , 1'roiit by: the experience of others. Ueie is a case in point : Mr. J. C. IJi-) liuul, Council Clerk, Ponrith, slates — ' Fji many years I had been at dilloixnt times troubled with my liidni^i) and pain in my back and luin- Duung tho last three years ibesu pains increased. I would havo to 1 1! ouefiil wnaii lifting anything or when stooping or moving about in any w.iy likely to wrench my back. I had to kcop from my work days at a time and lake comploto rest. My urinal discharge had a hot smarting sensa tion. Nothing I took to cure myself (lid mo any good until I got a box of Doati'a l?ackai,ho Kidnoy Pills, almost pei feet lohof following their use. - Aflci ii time my cure was comploted. I owe my...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

} if A 1 yf«M HI Do you ) /ft v W \T il!'mufanl i v\m/ nil llT cheer ll!e s '/ iq£ W mind and - U/ y=v§ il invigorate £ ffl A ^Q I W 'n lne entire ? /I I (V. VW list of mcdi' S i- I I K&f \r calccI cordials \ /^\B I \/ A M agreeable and ( UJi I VJP beneficial as M ^ Wolfe's kf-yt Schnapps \ S BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. \ ^'^^ G. B. ELWIN SOLICITOR, ETC, CominisBioner for Affidavits 1IAK8HALT, STREET, COU,\U. Board and Residence,, MR5 jTmORRIS Begs to intimate that she hns taken the commodious residence just va cated by Mr P. Mathov s, nnd intends accommodating a few Boarders. The rooms are well-lighted and ventilated, lofty and airy, and patrons will find every convenience, including a spa cious verandah, and a first-class bath-room. The proprietoross pur poses keeping a first-class tnblo. The premises are most conveniently situated, being in tho very heart of the town. Terms, which are very reasonable, on application to — MRS J. ..MORRIS Becker-sfc., (opposite School of Arts), C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

smiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiimiiiiimiimimw 1 INFLUENZA J ;= is not a cold ; it is a fevc r e ? H which arises from a cold- j= H It. is especially picvalmit = ~ now Hi t a col *, then n r = cull, chowsy heovy fee'- = '= mg1; then uiiiest in thf = £ stomach and distaste for | = food These s\mpionis- jjj fi= denote infhicn7 i Shaip § ,E boiiiig-pamsatthebackof = | the head, fevenshness, | r then coldness, weakness 5 2 and prostration follow § _ Delirium often occurs. 5 S influen/a pulls (?own d e = j= strength and leaves thn = 1 patient weak and sust opt- § '= ible to various ailments = I DRWLLIMIt,1 PI. K PILLS f - are the best known = = remedy to pi event ard § = cure Influenza and its = = rftei effects = = vVh-tMi Hamilton Hill the | 5 eminent vocalist e.ijs = = ' ? V\ lnl tlu»nii(, \itniC mi| n \ E - ( ii thi \* A (.oi I e ils s in I iiil — Z. - nllmi/ atliukid iik mi) r = HWI h lit (.IIIL H C! hi III = = 111 Cf l|| ll I lllll I f t Ml I = ~ 11(1 ell 1UM lilt. II HIS II lll\ I C 1 = - no ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

Mount Dysdale A JOgKEY. ®K1B. ANNUAL RACES- U1 New Year's Day, T (MONDAY, JAN. 1st, 1900). PEOG-RAMME = Opening: Handicap, of 10 sovs., H with a sweepstake o£ 5s each from starters only, sweepstake to go to second horse ; distanco f mile. _ Nomination 7s 6d, acceptance 2s 6d. Handicap Hack Race, of 5 sors., ?J mile. Minimum weight 9st. Nomination 5s. The Drysdale Handicap, of 15 sovs., with a sweepstake of 5s each from starters only/.sweep sfcnke to go to second horse. Distance, li miles. Nomination J 10s, acceptance 5s. Winner of Opening Handicap to carry a penalty of 51bs. Second Handicap Hack Race, of — sovs., distance, once round the course. The Miner's Purse of 8 sovs., ^ of which 1 sov. goes to second horse. Distance, 1 mile. No- 15 mination Gs, acceptance 2s. The Consolation Handicap, of — sovs ; once round the course. j A.j.S. Rules. a . Nominations for Opening and Drysdale Handicap close on December 27, at 8 p,m. ; acceptances on night of general entry, December 80, at 8 p....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

Tarcombe Qold Mining Company No Liability, Qilgunnia. ' NOTICE is hereby givon that tho 6th Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders in tho abovo Company »!' L'2 iCl'2 °Jl t'!?5 nijce of tho Gdm pany, Barton Street. Oobar, on Fri day,' 29tn Decembpr, 189U, lit ti p.m. BUSINESS- ' To rocoivo Roport and Balance Shoot, to oloct Dirootors and such other bijsiues,s as may legally bo brought forward. ' JOHN ANDRE »V, Legal Manager. ~'itil°.kJi.P.ooeiaborr l§09,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

TO TIIO3E AliOUT TO BUILD. SAXTGN~& binns Timber and Joinery Merchants, PYRRfiOIUT HAVE in Slock rood? for Iminedinto Supply, PORTABLE WEAJHEK BOARD COTTAGES of all descriptions, rondy for orection ; Frames only, or fitted comploto willi ercry requisite. Country orders disfiUched with prompti tiido and caro. Ofilcce and Mills. Pyrmont Bridge Road. Branch Yards und Wharves, Blnckwnt.tle Bay. Send for Price Lists. Timber, Joinory, Mouldings, Vt'urnory, Gnlratii*tvd Iron and Builders' Supplies of nil kind* a'. Lowest Current Bates. Harcourt Stroot, COBAB. Grey hi, PROPRIETORS. MINE 0SDBB8 A SPECIALITY. Cash Buyers of scrap dieting*. Agent for IClondykt Gjld Wishes and A'lialiu — a god-send to iniuu managers .Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made ''?:';i'r^3IS- v?^ § ** I ,:;}|5J|i.fe|||ll ''?'si si j? s s&r * * I. Josephson, VVatchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST, Of ALL KINDS OK Masonic & Oddfellows' Jcwol ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTER & OPAL OCTTEH. PRECIOUS STONES O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

? ? .*-, at .^jjj, WALNUT COLOR POLISHED HNE, ..robe,- Pinto glass Door nnd Drawors, E uohcss Chest Drawers, with glass at . laoned, Marblo top WashBtand, Towel Bail, and Cnno Ohair, £0 15s ; 30 Bodrooni Suites to select from, 9, 12, 18 to 50 guineas. ? . ?: .??-.?.-? ?'.' ??-jll'SS-. ? _,UOM ^UITE.VEPY STRONG ,\iOH, PAIR EASY and 6 SMALL CHAIRS, All spring-aoutod and Padded Backs, 6 ' guineas ; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20 .' : .' gnineas, at HALL'S. FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTER BED STEAD, BRASS RAIL, Double-Wire MottrosB, and Set Best Wool Flaok with tat Kapok Bedding, £1 10s ; Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Dosign Bodstoalsa to solect from at HALL'S', *£&*„* ...o^n.rtffii^ ? l...,-a,.L-.fi O2- *wo THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS. ?jGl, 563, 665,5667 GEORGE-STREET. Country Ordora Packed Free. Mow Illustrated Furnishing Guido Post Free. The Great;^*^^ ILAIJZ.A I IvJN ? ?ji=iQo0o«LLin ? ' HAVING- purchased a business in Brisbane, Queensland, I have de cided to relinquish my business in Ooba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

mE$m sicmet glQSJ GNETljl $&£r&M TKc'SIGNET K^£^-oy( Tobacco, are ah YS1QO?S&/ wlufcly pure and roc-simile of free from any do Taqorxeoch lefenou!. subater.ee Plug On|X fhe f'nest' !-. a o if Vircjinian tobacco DARK is used in Mr; LIGHT manufacture. ^_^_^ _ ? ^ _^_ ? .^ ? 'j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

f Pierce Croold's ^— -*-fflp-— -f ] CASH SALE* Is now in Full Swing. | 1 ir' are Crowded every day. WHY ? 1| |l | Because We are selling our Immense Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes &c At Prices that aro Simply Astounding. ®\g) The Goods MUST BJS SOLD and our Prices are Selling them. No reasonable offer refused during the Sale No other Store in the west can give you the BARGAINS which are to be had during the SALE AT Great Western Emporium COBAR* Fong Wah Lee & co., IX ordor to moat the many household requirements for tbo Costive season, how; decided to hold a || 6E]Wnp (TO jSflhE $- For Fourteen Days Only, ti H CENT 1UN W KIIRT DINKHEKT, . . . . Including- .... Drapery. Millinery, Clothing, Boot? and Shoes, Mercery, Grocery, Crockery, Ironmongery,. . Furniture, and a big display of iri§isiig''!8jg and Presents etc. etc. Opening Up New Stock. New Premises now open. FONG WaITleE & Co., General Storekeeper.*, Marshall Strest, Cobar. £? er''estf \wZmZ*\ A Certain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

1JS THE SUPREME COURT OF N15W SOUTH WALES.— In Bank BUfi-fY.— No. l!(795. JfellERBERT FRANCJS WRIGHT of Cornishtown, neir Cobar, Labourer. No. 1877G. B- ROBERT WILLIAM DARLING TON, of Cobar, Miner.; — Noti'ce is hereby givon lhat the Singlo MEET IN';! of Creditors: in tho abovo mattors will bo held at tho Court House, Cob\r, before the District Keg'strar in Bankruptcy, on iho 8th day of January,. ]J)0i),' at M dim., or as soon aft ;r as the cour-o of business will permit. To enlitlo' a Creditor to vole thereat, his proof imist bo lodgtd with tlrj Acting Registrar in Bankruptcy, Moo.-c-street, Sydney, not later than tLo JiOth d.iy of December, 1899 .— P. H. SAuUSBURY, Acting Registrar in Bunkruptcy. Mit. W. H. Paimeii, OfH'jinl Assignee. ?lc-2;). THE PANSV PACKET Ilpjt Vnlun Jlr--iiUtor nn Km Hi for MARBtKD WOMRH ; boon to uny fcnmlo from H to ii ycari. Pouted to your door, u. 'JJ. Also Superl) Cons (Jure, I'OOTUACIIE 0UIIE, -nd LlVKIt I'lLI.S, Is. Id. C»l:h. f.05tcl. Mil. IIAItr.B, ...

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ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

ELECTION OF MAYOR. This very important duty was to have taken place in Lew's Hall on Friday- evening. It was anticipated that ell tin aldermen would be present.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

THANKS.   I BEG to tender my most sincere thanks to Dr. Robinson, his nurses, and other kind friends, for their assist- ance and sympathy to me during my late bereavement. COLLIN S. WASSON. Cobar, 21st December, 1899. THANKS.   I DESIRE to publicly thanks Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson (Warder and Matron of the Cobar Hospital), also Dr W. C. Robinson, for their kind- nesses and attention to me during the time I was an inmate. J. B. WALLINGS. Cobar, December 21, 1899.

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DECLARING THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

DECLARING THE POLL. On Monday last, at. noon, the Re turning Officer, officially declared the result of the poll, the first-named six candidates being elected. There were about 30 present in Lew's Hall to hear the declaration. He stated that the election of Mayor had to take place within seven days from tho election, and the aldermen had agreed to meet on Friday night for that purpose Mr. Leah then invited those candi dates who wished to speak to do so. Ald. Rcwe thanked the ratepayers for the honorable position in which they had placed him. He thought that although their municipality was as yet in its infancy, it would grow into a great local government place. The mining of the district would soon make it a great centre and attract a large population. The township was only in it.j bud, and it was sure to grow very rapidly. Ho thought that in years to come there would bo hun dreds of thousands whero there were only units new. I'uring his term as an ildoiman, he would do his very utm...

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A BEE-HUNTING REVIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

A BEE-HUNTING REVIVAL In the old colonial days of America, bee- hunting was a recognised form of sport in New England. Then came the destruction of the forests, and the bee-hunter became almost as extinct as the dodo. Now.however, there has conio a certain revival of the sport, thanks to the efforts made by Mr. Sherman A. Case, who declares that ho finds all tho sport und pleasure in his favourite amuse ment that a good shot or fisherman finds in following his pet form of sport. Mr. Caso and a party of friends often havo the good fortuno to ome across hidden hives contain ing forty to fifty pounds of honey apiece. The wild beea make their homes in tree stumps, but tho whole problem rcsolvoB it self iu the dictum, first find your bees.' A bee-party forms quite a cavalcade, consisting of horses and carts, pails, and axes. Bee hunting can only tuko placo satisfactorily at night, and each hunter wears indiarubbor shoeB. Onco a honoy tree or stump is found, all the old dodges are put int...

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A WET BLANKET [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

A WET BLANKET 'Miss Dewdrop,'* begins the ardent wooer deftly concealing his feet boneath the chair he occupies, ' we have been acquainted but a few short weeks, yet when I look at your dear face I can scarcely believe that we have not known each other for a thousand years.' Tho beautiful Chicago girl docs not speak, but blushes with pleasure at tho compliment. Thus encouraged, tho suitor proceeds — ' Have you over known what it is to ex perience a vogue yearning, an intense long ing for something which seems far beyond your reach, yet without which you know that you can never havo a moment's peace or happiness? ' It is,' he continues, glancing casually at a memorandum on his cuff, '? as .though the whole world and all. that it contains wcro as nothing compared withthesatisfactionof the ono desito which denominates your very being. Tell me, do you over feel liko that?' Ho listens for her nnswer in an agony of suspense, convinced that tho progress of his suit will bo revealed by it. ...

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ANIMALS THAT DON'T DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 23 December 1899

ANIMALS THAT DON'T DRINK. How long would you be contented without a drop of water to drink ? There are many different kinds of animals in the world that never in all their lives sip so much as a drop of water. A parrot lived for 52 years in the Zoo at London without drinking a drop of water, and many naturalists benovo that tho only moiBture iinbibctf-l.'tfy wild rabbita ia derived from greon herbago laden with dew; Many reptiles — scrponts, lizards, and certain kinds of frogs and toads— livo and thrivo in places ontiroly devoid of wuter, aud sloths aro also said nevor to drink; An arid diu. trict in Krunco has produced a race of nou drinking cows and sheep, and from the milk of the former Roquefort cheese is made.

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