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

It's a Wonder. Jinny Diibbo people finding it out. liver hiire any irritation of tho skin ? Xlicre are many forms of it and any of thoni nro bad enough to tux your putienee. Hemorhoid a plague of tho night. No rest for the auffi-ivr fioui llua comnluinl. Eczema too, a cvnstu.it irritation ; hive« don't sound dangerous, but tln-y came u heap of misery to those unfortunate onuiigh to be troubled with th m. Doan's Ointment is 'a wonder,'1 for any such trouble : and any tri.ublesoine irritation of the skin can't resist its healing, siothinK, influence. Luis of ptoplo know this now, Mrs Juno Mntliew* residir.g in West Diibbo thus informs us . ' 1 know of a child 18 months old who was sillictcd with ring worm, which was entirely removed by the i.de of Doan's Ointment. 1 can certify to tl.U beina a fact as 1 myself applied the ointment, ilavinu witnessed its success in t t,i3 manner 1 cun strongly recommend ]-oftn'a Ointment as a remedy for ringworm or other similar compluinu.' Uoan's Oint...

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

P. SNELSON, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, &c. LINSLBY STREET, COBAR. Patronise 1'. Rnelaon,' the recognised ? Family Baker, where you will get tho bent if everything going in hia ODO. Picnics, PartioB, &e. supplied on the shortet . ._? ';j,-[\ notice, and in fact ever, description of cnterin| tliilii Wishes to inform all his fiionts that ho has re-tuken Uie THREE LEGS U^iMAN HOTEL COOLABAH. Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemen Boarders. Apply, Mrs. BARKER, Becker Street. iffllii & CO., General Carriers, and forwarding Shipping, Custom HouBe, and Commission Agents Head Office— .72 PITI-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied in Any Quantity at Reasonable Rates. Wool con signed. JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cbbar. J. Joseplisou, Watchmaker, Jeweller OP ALIi KINDS OV Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., J)IAMOND SETTKK & OPAL CUOTEH. PEOPLE IN THE COUNTET can relv up receiving Prompt Attention ; :J\li. il- SQUARE VALUE. .: J, JOSEPHHO3ST. Blayney. Col-ar Grammar Schoo...

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

AVOID THE Umm OF TIME PAVB? -^siia-^BUY FOR CASH. 12s Saved in Every £. GEORGE-STREET CORNER, LIVERPOOL-STREET CORNER (OPPOSITE PERCY HORDERN'S) SYDNEY'S GREAT CASH FURNIoHlNG EMPORIUM. A. Hall & Company. HALL'S ' IIAMPDEN' BEDROOM SUITE, cosnisting of Wardrobe with Plate-'laB3 Front aud Drawers, Duchess Chost o£ Drawers, with Jewe, Trays, Marblo-top Wash-stand, Towel Rail, and Chair. Our Piice is M 'b (id. Wo havo dozens of others to select from at £6, £9, £10 £12, up to any price. HAIL'S HAND3OMK II.T. BEDSTEAD, full size, complete, with Best Double Wovo Wire Mattress and sot of best Bedding, £3 15s j other prices, A'4, £o, £~, to 12 guineas. See our window display. HALLS DINING-ROOM SUITE, consisting of Couch, Pair E isy Chairs, and 0 Padded-bacfc Chairs, substantially made, and guaranteed, £6 103. Fifty others to select from at £1, £8, £10, to 25 guineas, COUNTRY RESIDENTS, WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE. -A._ HALL &z- Co CORNER GE...

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Cobar Water Scheme. EX-MAYOR JAMES'S REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

Cobar Water Scheme. EX-MAYOR JAMES'S REVIEW. After the vote of thanks tendered him by   acclamation at the last Council meeting, Alderman James vacated the Mayoral chair,   and proceeded to review municipal matters as they stood, and after a complimentary re- fence to new and old brother aldermen he toui'ied first on the financial position, which was £507 better than this time last year, with all the good and solid work done on     the streets paid for. Next, he touched on Arbor Day, which was the beginning of making a shady resort for townspeople and their children, and would, he hoped, be kept up. The next matter alluded to was the Mr. R. Kenane memorial. Mr Bray reported   that the stone had arrived from Italy and   would be erected in a few days. Three things had received the promise of special attention from him (the speaker) last year, sanitation, the cemetery, and a water scheme. Well, they had the ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Law Report. Police Court. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

Law Report. Police Court. MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr N. Morrison, J.P. Edward Barrass, under committal on other charges, appeared, charged with stealing a silver watch the prop- erty of G. McGhie. Mr Duffy ap- peared for accused who was remandod for eight days to allow of commu- nication with Mr McGhie. Bail was allowed, self in £80 and one surety of £80. The same prisoner was charged with breaking into the house of E. H. Pass on July 19th and stealing there- from two dressing cases, razors, boots, tobacco, etc, valued at £10, and was committed for trial on that charge, as well as on a further charge of stealing three shirts, the property of W. H. Todd. Several school attendance cases were dealt with.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

Local and General Magistrate McKell. — The ' Bourke Banner' is loud in its praises of the foregoing excellent gentleman of long standing. It praises his punctu- ality and his bright and intelligent verdicts and generally lathers him in most approved fashion. He deserves all the good things said of him, too, but will probably demur to the ' Ban- ner's' desire that Bourke should get a permanent title to him. Mr McKell has had a fair innings in the west and T. C. K. will be sure T. C. K. cooler clime for his next permanency. See?   Narrow Escape. — At Moruya the other day a five-year old daughter of Mr Holcombe, C.P.S., was pluckily rescued from drowning by a boy. Plentee Klakka. — A number of our Chinose residents think is high time it rained, their gardens being as withered as their Empress-dowager. They let off about 800lbs of crackers     to fetch rain last Thursday, and are now waiting for it. So are we. Wirchillerah Station. — The &n...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

Obituary. We have this week to record four deaths in Cobar, two of them being from that dreaded disorder, typhoid, for the spread of which conditions are getting unpleasantly favourable. On the 19th the death and burial took place, ot John Phillipine, a well- known Italian copper miner, aged 31, who leaves a wife and one child.     Deceased was ill three weeks and the fatal malady was typhoid. Next day, after 14 days illness, in- testinal cataarh proved fatal to Thomas Boyd Freeman, the eighteen-month- old son of Mr and Mrs E. Freeman. Mr Freeman is a cordial manufacturer resident in Cobar. On the 21st, Mrs Janet McDonald died of a chronic bowel complaint, after two week's illness. She lived to the age of 76 and leaves a family of seven in and around Cobar, the eldest being 55. The same day, in Cobar Hospital, Thomas Logan, a Great Peak miner, died from typhoid. He was 32 years of age and unmarried, and had been a month ill. Mr E. Blundell carried out the v...

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

BREVITIES. Sydney boasts. A full prospect dam.   But Cobar possesses many Empty dams and a waterless pros- pect. Two months water still available. With care and all due economy.   Several local deaths are reported. Typhoid now very bad at Narrabri. Nyngan Chinamen taken to dying. The common sensible Western   rabbit has taken to Orange — our suburb to act. Mr L. Janin, junr. has re-arrived in Cobar, and Mr McMahon of Lyceum fame has visited us. Egeson's drought really came off all right. Just dated too soon. ??     again' as it were. The camels, are coming. From   Wilcannia with the mails before long. Only way.                   D. J. Mahohey,local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., Becker st, (near Linsley st), Cobar. — 0 As we predicted the Labor party   has held its 'ca...

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ADELAIDE FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

ADELAIDE, FRIDAY. Edward Waugh was arrested here last night on a charge of forging 100 shares in the Ivanhoe Extended G.M. Co. It is alleged that some hundreds of shares were dealt with by the ac- cused.    

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

MINING. Mr J. M. Scott, Mining Broker, Cobar, reports : — There is nothing fresh to chronicle in the share market this week ; Occidentals have been of- fered lower without inducing specula- tors to operate ; Drysdales, Eldoradoes, Westerns and Chesneys have had a little enquiry, and all these stocks can be placed at low limits. As soon as rain falls, I venture to think that Cobar stocks will have good attention. For some time people have been ex- pressing apprehension as to what would happen to the commerce of Cobar if the Great Cobar Copper Mine were compelled to shut down tempor- arily through shortage of water, and the rumour that the contents of the Fort Bourke dam were to be made available was a sufficiently welcome one. We learn from Mr T. Long- worth, Manager of the Great Cobar, that he is now having the pipes put in to bring the water from Fort Bourke and that the work will be com- pleted before the two weeks supply still in the mine reservoir is exhausted. There are 15 or 1...

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LONDON THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

LONDON, Thursday Copper is quoted at £72 2s 6d per ton.                 The Khalifa, with a force of 15,000 to 20,000 men is' said to be moving northwards and making a; fierce raid upon the friendly ? tribes. British Egyptian officers on leave have been recalled to Omdurman, where Lord Kitchener control 9000 troops. Six moulds and 10,000 medals struck in honor of- the Dnlie of Orieans have been seized iu Paris. General Oas, American Commander in the. l-'hiiippinua, nas cabled co too Washington uucnoncies tnat the lu surgonD leaders in Manila instructed the militia in the city to meet on the loth, armed, to exterminate alt excepu Filipinos, also to liberate and arm prisoners and convicts in the cause of insular independence.

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MELBOURNE FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

MELBOURNE, Friday. The case for the crown in the Yarra tragedy trial was concluded yesterday. The betting market was lively yes- terday for the Newmarket Handicap, about £5000, at 100 to 5, 100 to 15, 100 to 7 and 100 to 8 being accepted about Hopscotch, while 800 to 10^ and 000 to 6i- were taken about North liritish, who later on eased down to io to 1 ; Veneda was also supported at iOJO to 60. All the money ottered about liymettus at 100 to 5 has been taken, while Ampier, Regainor and Alix are in strong demand at similar figures.    

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 7.30 and 10 a.m., Benediction 7.30 p.m.— Rev. Father Treacy.

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THE DROUGHT. DISTRICT WATER STATISTICS. HEAVY STOCK LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

THE DROUGHT. DISTRICT WATER STATISTICS. HEAVY STOCK LOSSES.   The drought afflicting the western districts remain unbroken, and pastoral prospects remain of a gloomy hue. On Wednesday night a thunderstorm came up on Cobar from the north-east but no rain fell. Next day a fall of 25 inches was reported from Nyngan aud one of 30 inches from Tindarey. Locally, we find from Mr Cotton, the responsible officer, who returned this week from a pleasant holiday, that there are still five feet of water in Co- bar reservoir, which means about three of drinkable liquid. Water is now al- lowed to be taken out for drinking or domestic purposes only, and the rail- way supply is cut off from to-day, after which train water will come from Nyngan. It is thought that with reasonable economy on the part of the public, Cobar has two months supply in the reservoir. The following is the state of the Cobar district tanks : — Amphitheatre tank, road Cobar to Wilcannia, 5ft 6in ; pasture none. Bab...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 a.m. and 7 30 p.m. Rev. F. J. Branch, Minister. COBAR HERALD NYMAGEE ADVERTISER.             ' NON SIBI SED PATRIAE.' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1899

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Municipal Finance. COUNCIL CLERK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

Municipal Finance.   COUNCIL CLERK'S REPORT. The following exhaustive and satisfactory repport was submitted by the Council Clerk, Mr John Leah, at the last meeting of the Cobar Municipal Council : —     Mr Mayor and Gentlemen,— The municipal year 1898-9 having closed,   I beg to place before you the following re-   port of the works carried out during the past twelve months; also a statement of the position of the Council. There were 32 general meetings called and two special ; seven meetings lapsed for want of a quorum. The attendance of   aldermen was as follows : — E James (Mayor)   33, J Bailey 30, R Kinkead 28, W J Hogan     20, H J Cornish 23, P Snelson 24, N Mor- rison 21, M J Duffy (from August 31) 17. The financial position of the Council at date is particularly gratifying, all accounts being in credit — General account £117 19 2   Lighting acco...

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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 February 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Wrightville (at Mr Gudgeon's House) 3 p.m., Rev. A. Martin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Dr. BOURCHIER, m'^J^Ic-» Late Qovernment Medical Officer, N.S.W., TO PLE7«E IN ^ECepffipiP To His Patients and the General Public. THIS EMINENT PHYSICIAN WHITES AS FOLLOWS: 127 Kedfern St., Sydney, N.3.W. The General Manager for Australasia, Dr Williams' Medicine Co., Sydney, . Deov Sirs, For some time I Lave been, in the habit of recommending Dr Williams'- Pink Pills to my patients with excellent results. As a tonic their effect is most satisfactory and permanent. In Ansemia. Chlorosis, and allied diseases I have found them very valuable, and in irregularities of the menstrual period they are unequalled. [Signed] J. G. BOURCtllER, M.D.. E.i-Sc- (LondO JOP-. Late Government Medical Officer. N-S.W. Every Mother and Daughter should lay Dr Bourchier's Advice deeply to heart. A CASE IN POINT. j Miss Rose Kksneedaik, of Carnavon Streol, Norlh Auburn, had been a verr healthy.. . , | pirl until about 18 months ago, whan slm grew weak and palo. She lost hor appetite, ivns as j tired in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

New Backs for Old. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills always do their work. And thoir work is making new baoks out of old. . Old backs ache. That is, they seem to ache. It's tho kidneys that ache. But tho back does the talking. ; Backache is not all there is of kidney dis Older, It's only tho starter so to sgoak. eUrinai'y troubles follow thick and fast. Excessive urine— vory common complaint. Sediment in urino— getting wor«e. High color and pain iu passing,— worao still. Diabetes, Bright's Disease— Death. That's tho end. Moral. Don't wait for all tho cjmins; horrors. Doan's Backaoho Kidney Pills make tiie old bucks new. Mrs B. Kel y of Wingowarra-stro.'t. Dubbo, tellfe us i — ' I felt pain* in the sni ill of my back for sir years or more. XJaaullj when I awoke in tho morning my back »n aching. I also felt the pain very injch when I had to bond down. Attacks of headachus and giddiness were of freqiunt occurrence and my condition sootnod tu be affected a good doal by tho wea'hor. At length...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

'Quite A New Woman.' The groat worth of Bile Beans is very capitally illustratod ill the case of Mrs Jane Colman. of Beauford Street, Hamilton, Newcastle, who aaid to a reporter; — 'For 13 years I was in a delicate state of health, niy earliest symptoms being violent retching and pains in the head; these were shortly followed by a complete los« of appetite, and restK-ss nights. I had Boveral of tho best doctors in Newcastle in attendance on me from timo to time, and tried all kinds of pitent medicines, but I could get no real relief. It Beomed, too, that what little 1 pould cat I could not digest. Dreadful pains would now'and again come in my back and kidneys, and especially under the »houlder-blade. 'Xhe pain in the shoulder eceined to stab me like a knifo. To walk merely about the house was hard work for me, and I nearly always felt sick. My Bight (jrow dull, everything had a blurred look, and I really felt 'like a log of wood.' The least exertion prostratod me ; I could not j'and...

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