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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 and 7, see local column. Rev. F. J. Branch Minister

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Florida at 11, Cobar at 8 p.m. (in the Church) — Rev. A. Martin.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 7 January 1899

P. SNELSON, BAKER, CONFECTIONER,&c.,   LINSLBY STKEET, OOBlii: .Patronise P. Suolnon, the rocognmed Family bukdr, . » here '?jrou will gtt. tbu buefc if every thmfi going in his ono. ?.-.'. ' . Picnics, . ParticB, &'-X supplier! on the nhortes, noli'i',.and infuct everj description of catering ... . ? executed; Wishes to inform all his friends that lie has re-taken tuo THME LEGS UFt MAN HOTEL, .;. COOkABAH, ^ Vacancies. ; ' ? - VACANCIES .for two' gentlemen ? ^Boarders. Apply, ; ' ??'...;. ,.. Mrs. BARKER, :* ' Beoker Street. :'v' ' & CO., , General Carriers, : and Forwarding ^ ... ' Shipping, Cuatom House, ?-..' , ' ' and Commiaaion ; m'., ; -i'1 -'??' ~: ?': Agents';' ? Head Office— : \72 PITT^ST.; SYDNEY Produce supplied iu:- Any Quantity at Seasonable Kates. .,'^.'Wool con . signed, J0HN tEAH, , Manager, Cobar. Watch maker-, Jeweliei .;?:?. exo. '? Masonic 4 ! i'&ii 'M^Sk* Jewe^ :? ;:DlAiipND 8E1T?^^^^^^E* ' ' 1. re) v us receiving Pr...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

Telegrams. * Sydney, Friday. All the Australian premiers have accepted Mr Reid's proposals for a conference. Sir Julian Salamons has accepted the Agent-Geaeralsbip. A wonderful discovery of opal haa been made at Winton, Queensland. One block about lift long and as (hick as a man's thigh has been un earthed. It is valued at between aevenand ten thousand pounds. The railway Commissioners stato that they are unable to make any fur ther reduction of the rates for starving ttock. At the latest wool sales yesterday Is 6Jd was obtained for a parcel of scoured wool, grown in the Walgett diserict, being the highest price ob tained for the past 10 years.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

Distinguished everjrwhere for fine natural flavour, purity of material, and careful preparation. Rftany Doctors.. Fail. Ansmia^ General Debility A RADICAL CURE EFFECTED. {''« S//- y t- imi \i«,, U/olOS.) [0\ OUl S1ICIAI KKP0UT B) . Mm I mhi \ oICl Crown (ticet, Sydnev, luim, lwtiii i i^l of . A Dangcrona Complication of ''uliiiLiiU I \ Cli incuts Loim., uid this niMiii, LuniL t 'in uus, om itpoitir was sp - llj (DiiniH loucd lonait on lhat ludy ail ulit mi fimn her own lips n detailed nocouut of her case. - Mm I i hhy luiontd tlii. news -ipci m.m n nit 111 - ? v 'I should iihIll I I eun^mte fill she btJtcd, ? it 1 \wthheld from the not hi the whole lustoiy of nij lllutas and how I' ....... ... ,,.,..-. .. ...... . Was -Entirely Cured by ClohVeuU ;'i.'aiiic;'3 after tryiiig 'in vain many remedies. aiirl miiny doctors, who g'vve me up as jjiuiirsililo ; iii fuel, I have often thought-' -if- 'writing to III..' pupers myself ^l)»ui ii, with thu hope Hint other women, who iii-i'i siifier...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

How Do You Live. Is your employment active or sedentary ? That often governs the health. ?' '??''' .:: ?'- i, Are you on your feet mush ? ;»*«'..-: Do you move about much ? '^,1'V1 Are you sitting all day ? Do you rido all day ? .;..,. r Occupation governs^h'eiUli. '~; i k itting all day may 'seem vostful, ' - Try ita few days andf' you'll be glad hj st nd. ,, ? ?:: ,V fi Too much of cither wears on the '. kidneys*.'' Then comes the backache, r, . , You cull it backache'.1'^1 '' ' :-''''-'1 '''? ~*-~ Wo do'nt jit's kidney uehe. Plasters won'i cure it. :''. Limmonts won't reach it. ; - V Doan's Backache Kidney Pills will. And cure it quickly. . .. ,..-..-^.-,-. ^. Oolar people know this And they are telling others. ..,.,;... ?' ' J ? MraJauiieson of Uhurch »t.; Dubbo^ hus been a resident of Dubbo for 15 yoars.1 Her husband is employed in the local mill. ihc informs us: — My husband,: Samuel: Jamieson, waB suffering from an acliin(» back. The pain in the small of his fbuck' was very b...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 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 — 14 January 1899

What is Constipation ? , .- Constipation, or, as it is SDini-tines called, cmtiveness, in mi in'iillinient action of the V . J.nirols,. whereby a quantity of wasto mutter t- kept in the system. It i« often caused by 'i'reRulnr uud rnreld(R Imbit', or may be Hip r ?suit nf indigestion. 'J'o cure this nuiiDlnint it. is uecen'ary to establish regular and . ? iifficirnt eracuaiioii8. This cun lie rlonc ???o»t cffiu'lmilly hy talipR u short cruise of liile bi'iins, following diivolionn plnn--lr. The mo»t .nncmsary, mint to he ob.'orvrd ir this miller is regularity of lmbi\ A enrtain time should he eet. the rn'ly morning beine ...preferahle, and ndhe i»d tn cHs'It. ShIT . icient time should be given, nnrt nothinc simuld he uIIkwoiI to intrfere nith this ino-t nfo.'ssiry rfquirfmenl nf cnod health. If alh r faking a oourso of Bile bean*, it is fo ud impoR*i,l«* to eecure tho dosirrd ' «ff ct, t'ircoiiHc bIioiiI I be r'fumod, until Ui. troll1 »?? ia expnnenccJ. [t - n ijood lli'ng to rememb...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE YARRA MYSTERY. TWO CONFESSIONS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

THE YARRA MYSTERY. TWO CONFESSIONS. Sydney, Friday. The xarra mystery was solved on Wednesday by a domestic named Beatrice Jamieson making a state ment to. the authorities implicating a palmist, known as Madame Olga, and a young man named Travers Alex. Todd, an estate agent. Beatrice Jamieson said the deceased's name was Mabel Ambrose, and that she was brought to Madame Olga's place by Todd, about November 22nd, and placed under treatment for an illegal operation. The battery was frequently used, and drugs administered for about three weeks, when the woman suddenly died. The body was placed in a box by Olga and Jamieson, and was then taken by Todd and Jamieson in a buggy to the Yarra bank, whare a large stone was fastened to the box, and the latter dropped into the water. It sank immediately. It is stated that Todd has made a full confession, bearing out what the woman Jamieson had stated. . The three accused were brought before the court, and formally re manded until the 20th inst....

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Disappointed Bride. A singleton Girl's Experiences. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

Disappointed Bride' A Singleton Girl's Experiences. -.; A month or so ago wo published an nrti )le detailing the particulars of a .'disi ppointed wedding party in Sydney. Kvi ry arrangement bad been made, it will be i remembered, forthe celebration; tbo bride and hor f.'iendj waitud ai the church, but the btidegroom did : not turn up. It leaked out afterwards that he bad taken steamer for Auck - -land ; as he was a fairly wealthy man, all sorts of reasons were conjectured for his strange action, it now transpire?, however, that the would bo bride, who is a Singleton native, suoilt her marriage prospects through a rather amorous letter she had wiitten to a particular male friend of hera who holds a good position in a ?. Sydney subuib. The girl, it seems, had been living atatbor fast life as a barmaid when she picked up with the gentleman to whom the eventually became engaged. He had every confidence iu her, however, and when a friend of his warnod him of the girl'8 general character,...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

The Hereward Wreck. 8IMPATUT WITH THE OWNER. A considerable amount of well-deierrecl ?vmDathj was exprewed for the owner when it became known that the Hereward has become a total wreck a tow hours after being juecessfully floated. Great sympathy w». alio expressed for Mi»s Ada Kicliard*, ot Karabir street, North Auburn, noar Sjdney jnn.. hnr lonii illness. She, too, was B4- mew -reck of her former self until Dr? Williams- Pint, Pilia were tried. She nayB:- — , ., 'lam sixteen. Abou-i twelve months »go my strength seemed to fade. 1 suffered most severely from the eftceu ot iho heal, nil hough before this 1 liwl been fairly «cron»: My blond became very thin null poor. I w»s suz il with extreme languor and reaknes u.J al o iiiun atUm ut uiddinus*, and I »j of ui comi 1 o l t*, * U.wo that I 'ib i y ''-=-llt i - ?(?petito nosuiim iw., unit I cull il mly crj nh-rtit the hcu e lhtae lmiuUl byuiMiomf were accompanied »uu nun iloii ''I niusi sererepaina in the cheEL a. a sides JU spirits sa...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

Sorb Eyes. — It is t-xtremely satis factory to note the ever-increasing popularity of MnrriVs Imperial Eye Ointment as the uufuiling remedy for all compl&'ntf of th© Byes. It i» particularly aiapted tor the many ailments met with in theae colonies, .tnd its gre t reputation is based upon its giving ina^iint relief in every in stance. There is no need to reisort to the mnny worthless substitutes offered. It i;nn bo procured of Chemists or Stores, or dirert from the Proprietor, Brighton, Victoria, ooet or 3d | er pot. Ii is advitable to net it to-day and avoid eorious troubles from Dust, Hem, Flioe, Exposure, etc. A time honored remody of oror Fifty Y'*'' .Bpea!tB .^°r 'tB°!^.' a_n(l .'?.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

W K DON'T ADVERTISE — o— ion — o — * QliU Y * NOR DO WE ADVEKTIdE FOR iacaa^ Gentlemen only But wo advertise for the beuefit of ererj man, woman and child. Thererore puuie one moment, Study your own r intereati, Bud — ^^^gBa^READ THIS. If you would look neat uaout the feet just go to Baker's, in Lineley-Street, where you can obtain mm\m bargains We have in Stock some beautiful and np to date American, English and other im ported Boota and Shoes, which cannot fail lo please the nr.oet fastidioua. Ladies' Erening Shoes ? 2 6 ,, One Bar Evening Shoes ... 2 LI L»dicB' Red Oxford Walking Shoes i 6 „ Fine Leather „ 3 6 Ladies' White Canras Shoes, with Kid Strappings ? 3 6 „ Two Bar White Canvas Shoos 3 6 Children's While Canvas Shoes from 2 0 Infant's Shoes from ? 1 0 Men '« Halmorule from ? 3 6 „ Bluobers ? 2 11 Bicycle Shoes, Tan or Black, best quality ? 6 9 Men's Tan Bulinoriils, good vulua 6 6 Fintt's Court Shoes snd Walking Shoes kept ia Stork. Hot* the Address — BOuT -*~ * * DEPOT (...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

BREVJTiES. I Ouuens iLijil horrors nil tho ni^i: ?I \\ itct melon-, iul _,tapc« iu now ]\ 1 I Cup urn Uicjfiib is all(«nl to Im .ll Biion1;]) ill :|| Bust ha^ bt Ll) much m (.\ulini I again tln-j «uk I 1 he lamf II foi Cobm la t jcai w i-- I uinler 10 inclief I Se^elal Cohai lesirlonls me iiill 1115 fio ii me l'-lcs On Tuo day the theiiiioim lei u^is teied 3 10 in the '?hude P ittien s stocl tnktn,r al( i- no \ I on Sec luhtiti5! nieiit Rinji is buc'i in h s own countn, an 1 biii her n made a colonel Becker-strcut) hiis boon kcrbed on one side for a short diatancp Diojfn denies th t hi e\i.i imuic in- confc-Mou of hi »uilt \t 11 tllll -)f L lKtt frlltllllf, O1II1 111 the IJn ltd S ate-- the neipon e\ ploded. 'I he Oolm '\Iuintip 1 Iiimsiom Court will Ijl held on Mond ij, 2 tul inbuilt P,oth the ' Dull} IVIcL,iuph ind ' 'i ~\l Ilemld now l bile e\cnm^ editions ^- . j Tenders clo«( foi the election ol Mi Ljiifjwoith s new liouso on the 20tli ! lnstnnt ^ 'Mi Philip Oikdui of Le ula, li...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

BMCER; rOMFlii.TlOK EK, &,-.. LIN'SLEY tH'WLEi1, Cl BAH. Putrnnier P. Sm'lsmr., tiir i .. rfcoRniswl tntiiiij Uukt-i, .? ftherejou will gel the. beat ..;_ '__ if evurjthinj; going in his.,- '-'??? 'r—= one. '??' ? ' ':' i'''; -?'i:-1-.-: 'i -- ? : 1'icmi.B, ,-,VartU'S, , &'??? ?npplled un'Uic ihof to : ???.' notu-i-,'antl in f»ct vxkt; : ? dejoriptiou of entering executq.-f, * Withes to inform all his friends that ho Ima re-taken l..o THRU tEfiS Of - MAM ML, COOLABAH. /_' Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemen Boarders. , ? Apply, . ?? .'?:,-?' ' Mrs. BABKER, ?;';'J Beoker -Street. ::'--: '?' ??-'?'?&'? GO., ?''?''? ^ General Carriers, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom House, , ? and Commission, ;' \ Agents :?'.. ' , ': Head Office— .v U .?'. '.'''J :: 72 PlTr'_ST.,;STDpy Prod uce supplied in, Any/ Quantity »t Reasonable BateeY 'Wool 'con iigned. jqhn LEAH, Manager, Cobar. Watchmaker, Jeweller OF ALL KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel . AllELAlDE-ST.,...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

AVOID THE DASHER OF TB^E PAYMENT -^^—.BUY FOB GASH. 12s Saved in Every £. GEORGE-STREET CORNER, LIVERPOOL-STREEl1 CORNER . :;.'.:-* (OPPOSITE PERCY HORDERN'S) '— SYDNEY S GREAT CASH PURNIsHING EMPORIUM. A. Hall & Company. - UALL'S ' HAMPDEN' BEDROOM SUITE, cosnisting of Wardrobe with Plate-elaes Front and Drawers. Duchess Chest of Drawers, with Jewel . ' Trays, Marble-top Wash-stand, Towel Rail, and Chair. Our Price .w £6 78 6d. We have dozens of others to select from at £8, ±9, ±10, £12, up to any price. tULL'S HAND30ME H.T. BEDSTEAI.', full size, complete, with Ba8t Donblo Wove Wire Mnttreaa nnd Bet of best Bedding. £3 los ; other prices, £4, £5, £7, to 12 guineas. See our window display. HALL'S DINING-ROOM SUITE. : consisting of Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and C Padded-bscK Chairs, substantially made, and guaranteed, £6 10s Fifty others to select from at £7, £'8. £10, to 25 guineaB, COUNTRY RESIDENTS, WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. COUNTRY ORDERS PAUKBD FREE. j±. n^rTi...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

The Mayor's Procla mation. ' Glen Innes, N.S.W., Oct 11, '98 H. H. Warner & Co,, Ltd., Melbourne. Gentlemen,— I have often thought it my duty for tho sake of o'hers to write you. It will bo five years neit month since my wife was given up by two doo torB, as a patient who oould not live the night through Sho had boon treated for heart com plaint ; but we afterwards found that it was kidney disease. On Sunday when the doctors told me that she would not live anothor day --the dropsical swelling bud thon oxton'ded from tho legs into the body— a friend said to me: 'Try V ar nor's Safe Cure.' At half past ton that night I procured a bottle and gave hor ono dose, thon in about an hour another. She said soon after, 'Jim I feel a little easier,' I continued with Warner's Safe Cure, giving up tho doctor'u medioine, and to-day she is a living monumeut to its efficacy. Tho doctors and everyone who knew her, wore astonished. I have recommended this inodicine scores of times since, and w...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

COMMITTEE MEETING. The first meeting of the committee was held subsequently, when their officers were elected, with the follow ing result : — President — Mr P. Oakden (re elected.) | Vice-Presidents — Messrs James and Brown. Treasurer — Mr R. Kinkead (re elected.) Secretary— Mr W. Bedford (re elected.) All of the officors in appropriate remarks thanked those present for the honor conferred. — . Committees' were then elected, as follows : — Finance Committee — Messrs Oak den, James, Leah, Brown, Stevenson, nnd the Treasurer. Improvement Committeo— Messrs Oakden, Cotton, Kinkead, Bannister, Brown, Leah, Edgar and Musgrove. It was decided that all cheques be signed by ono of the Vice-Presidents and the Treasurer. It was agreed to hold the next show on Wednesday and Thursday, Juno 7 ana 8. At a meeting of the Finance Com mittee, accounts amounting to £18 2s 8d were passed for payment, also £15 15s Secretary's salary. After formal business had been transacted the meeting adjourned.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

Government Advertisements. Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, 30th Dec, 189S. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF COBAR —PETITION FOR DIVISION OF. HIS Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, directs the publication, in accordance with the ' Municipalities Act, 1897,' of the substance and prayer of a Petition, addressed to His Excellency, and signed by 152 electors of the proposed Municipal District, praying separation from the Municipal Dis trict of Cobar, and erection into a distinct Municipality, under the name of tho Municipal District of Gladstone' JAMES N. BRUNKER. The petitioners affirm that they represent at least two thirds of the electors resident or owning ratable property within a certain portion of the Municipal District of Cobar, and pray that the area hereinafter des cribed may be separated from that Municipal District, and be constituted a distinct Municipality, under the ' Municipal District of Gladstone.' That the population of the proposed Municipal Dis...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GATTON TRAGEDY. CLEARING UP THE MYSTERY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899

THE GATTON TRAGEDY. CLEARING UP. THE MYSTERY. ' Sydney, Friday. Tho black trackers have succeeded in tracing the mad Burgess right into Gatton. The police are pertain that three persons saw him thero on tbe night of the tragedy, and, j6e admits himself that he camped within 200yds of the fatal spot. Tho police acknowledge possession of information which would enable them to clear the mj story shortly. The information points to one man as being the chief actor in the tragedy. The Municipal Council has now de cided to enforce its by-laws regarding bicycles. It is a shame that the mat tor has been delayed so long. At tbe start two or three were fined, and then cyclists and Council appeared to forget that there ever was such a by-law. The Council should seo that this by law is rigidly enforced, on one and all. The writer even saw a very promi nent ' trooper' doing a mild scorch down Marshall street tho other night in prohibited hours.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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