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

A Judge's Sudden Death He Was Stricken in Church— A Striking Lesson to Ihose Who Neglect Timely Warnings. A learned j udge was taken suddenly sick in church, December 5, 1897,, in ?.tie city of Brooklyn. Four days later, in spite ot the beet medical aid, ne died. The doctors said the judge hnd kidney disease and had lived a surprisingly long time, everything uonBideied. A man or woman may live along for years, with incompetent kidneys, only to collapse as suddenly as a bouse of cards when the baby's hand knocks it over. The early indications ot Uright's Disease are sometimes very n'ighfc — headaches] dull pains, de |i.es«ed feeiings, lack of energy— all theBe indicate the first stages of ?Jright's- Disease, and yet few people itiink .' they mean anything serious until, often, it is tao late. There has never been but one cHb .Mvery known to the world and the medical profession for checking Hiight's Disease in its beginning, or cuting it after it lias progressed. 'I'bat discovery, whi...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

THE * * COSMOS Photo Studios, — _«*- PADULASTERKAOli MARSHALL STREET. We have much pleasure in announcing that w« have secured the Borvicej or it first ciaiB operator, and tbe T017 highest class of work will bo turned out. We guarantee onr clients absolute satisfac tion. Prices 15s per doss Cabinets Enlargement for nothing Outdoor work, Flashlight Photos, etc. taken at any timo Portraits in Platinotype, , Silver, __ — - or Cosmotype. Enlargement on Carbon Bromide or Opal finished in black and white, or in water colors Cosmos Photo /--*_-,_ Studios KlJM_r_ and TO DO, _ROP-.IJ_--K8. THE MAN S WHO LAUGHS the fortunate individual 'who sleeps soundly, and for whom 'good I 1 digestion waits on appetite.' ? Cheerfulness, sound sleep and perfect - ? digestion are always attainable by drinking WOLFE'S :; SCHNAPPS If you have 'that tired feeling' ' about you that makes you depressed and gloomy, caused probably by the I liver and kidneys being a little out ' of gear, try WCILFE'S SCHNAPPS ' 1 ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

LONDON. Thubsdatt. Italy has made extensive demands from the Chinese Government, sup ported by Great Britain. Two Italian warships now in Chinese waters and three others are being sent. The condition of Eudyard Kipling, who is ill in New _ork das improved.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

P. 5NELS0N, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, &c, LINSLBY STREET, COBAlt. .Putroniao P. Snelaon, the recognised Family Bilker, whcro jou will got tlio boat if everything going in his ODD. Picnics, Parties, &e.t supplied on tlio shortee, notice, and in fact ever; deaoription of catering lulls WiBhee to inform all his frieudB that he has re-tafcon tuo TUBIJEBl M HOTEL, COOLABAH. Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemen Boarders. Apply, ? -;, Mrs. BARKEE, Bocker Street. mii nil & CO., General Carriers, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom Housei : and Commission Agents Head Office— 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied in Any Quantity at Seasonable Kales. Wool con signed. JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cobar. J. JoseplisonT Watchmaker, Jeweller OF AIL KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., .DIAMOND SETTER & OPAL CUTTER. PBEOIOUS STONES OF EVERY DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN STOCK. PEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY can rely up receiving Prompt Attention :' Ui itfJD SQOAEE VALUE. J JOSE...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

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

CAHPLTS, - BEDSTEADS - AND - BiOOliO AND WHK14K TO GET IT, A. HALL AJSD COMPANY, ( OliNUI Gl.OHOU AM) I.l\LRVOOh aim UTd I)(UWWNU.KUU.U aU'lTJi, \ . ii Tapesli-.v anil i!u.-h, L'oiu-li, 1'nir Las, llmus, mill Kxiir t-um'd Clitiir.*, for C4 )Uf. SO i.thiM, 5, 10lo20 guincuB, hi. LI ALL, 5 | UMHil-U\i -Ulli \\ ,1, lit C ilui ' '.Vmul b I li.ie tli 8 I) oi And | Inuwero, I u It b« - I (--I I'iiiul , »i h |flauaM.iiohvil, Ala- bli-top Wush ttai.d, I'o v.l i ,,il uml C.u'ie -.li.ni, Ji« lo S.l.n.'ilrooin Suitea to srlect fium. DINlNG-UOO.U .»Ul K, Very Strong All S|H-mn-eo.iU'il anil L'uclded Buck Chairs, G guineas J20 others, 7, 12 nnd 20 guinea', al HALL'S lliLL o ii llALb-lLStKh J1LD S'L'UAil, .UrUM Kail, Doiible-wirt .Mattress, und ?ct Dcst Buad.ii;-, £!! 153. ol) Latest, Desiun Bedstends to sidoel1 from nfc llALL'd iflL U.' IViihSU. HOL'SiC FUK.Mo'llttRS, SGI, 563, 505 und 5fi7 GEOKOK-ST. dull iir.v Ouloro inn-keel five. JSew Illustrated Furnishing Guido Pust Ifi-oe. ?v ? 2- ? | ? ?...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. SYDNEY FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Telegrams. SIDNEY FniDAT. Australian Cup acceptors : — Le Var, Hyinettug, Wait-a-Bit, Bobadil, Lee Mafcford, Keka, Gnullo, North British, Goorgo Frederick, Longford, Alemene, Wild Lavene. St Legor :— Bobadil, Lee-Motford, George Frederick, Here tic, Undine. Heplying to a large deputation yes terday representing the Farmers and Settlers' Association the Premier said that he propos: d to place haUamil liou stalling at the disposalofa Board for the relief of farmers and others Tbe amount advanced would be fixed at a maximum of £200 in any single case, and the Board would be quite free from any political control. Mr Reid said he was prepared to face even the odium of a deficiency if helping the farmers meant that, and added that it was no use for the deputation to address him in reference to the proposal to impose a duty on dairy and farm produce. Iredaleand Howell have been picked to complete the Australian eleven. In the Assembly yesterday nearly all the speeches delivered were of an ...

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

Shepherd's Shout Stem Ca»uage. — Extraordinary yiold. Messrs P. L. C. j Shepherd & Son, the well-known 1 Seodsmon oj 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, I havQ received tho following lottor from I Mr T. Choothaii), of Callan Park :— A 'Tho seed of Shepherd's Short Stem fj Cabbage supplied by you has givon the j II following wonderful i\ suits : — From a | Jl bed 152ft by 80ft I out 3ton 7cwt. (18 \1 tons por i'.oro) and ono hoad woighod | ?101b.' P. L. 0. Shephord & Son send J their catalogue free to all applicants.* j

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Correspondence. [The Editor is not responsible for opinions espreseed by correspondents ]

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Fatal Accident. FALL AT THE COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Fatal Accident. FALL AT THE COPPER MINE. Muc regret was expressed on Saturday morning last when it became known that a comparitively young man named Joseph     Curnow, leaving a wife and five children,   had fallen down a pass in the Great Copper   Mine and broken his neck, thereby meeting   instant death. The usual inquest was held in the afternoon before Mr Deputy-Coroner Morrison and a jury, of which Mr. r. Kin- kead, J.P., was foreman, and the funeral on Sunday afternoon was attended by a great   number of people, amongst whom were Mr T . Longworth, manager of the Great Cobar Copper Mine, and many of the deceased's   comrades. The Cobar United Brass Band     played the Dead March in Saul, and the SalvationArmy band also played at inter-     vals. At the inquest Sergeant Nies gave evidence to the effect that shortly before eleven o'clock t...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Debts Court TUESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Small Debts Court,   TUESDAY, (Before the Police Magistrate.)   P. C. Stiles v Jas. Pierce. Mr Hogan   for plaintiff. Claim of £7 7s 2d ; work done and services rendered. Evidence being heard the Bench gave a verdict for 1s and 3s costs against defendant. F. James & Co. v J. E. Fielding — Claim of £6 18s 2d ; no appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff less 14s 4d beyond   jurisdiction of court.     Bannister v Holmes— Claim of £8 15s. Case adjourned till next court to permit of production of books showing that the amount     was all contracted within the three years defined by statute. Scanlan & Evans v Holmes — Claim of £4 11s 11d. Verdict for plaintiff. W. Andrew v Eaves — Claim of £6 3s 11d. Verdict for plaintiff. Bennett & Barkell v C. Smith — Mr Duffy for plaintiff firm of cycle agents, who were represented by Mr W. H. Todd. Claim of £9 for bicy...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Topics of the Week. Cobar Aldermen are to be con- gratulated on their choice of an inde- penndent engineer to report on the Water Supply question — that question of the hour. Mr Sharkey's professional record and eminence are such that what he may say must be taken as weighty. If he endorses the Govern- ment engineer's figures, and that amending bill empowering a 15d rate goes through Parliament next ordinary session, public opinion will insist on a scheme being put in hand as soon as   possible, and even the most conscien- cious Municipal conservatism will be powerless to prevent it. Of course Mr Sharkey may say the old reservoir can be made suffice. We shall see.   It might suffice, as one resident says, if all the Sydney unemployed were sent here for 100 years to build a   range of mountains behind it. Bores are no means novelties, to the district of Cobar but up till now they   have been of the sort that is prolific only of gas ...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Local and General             Valedictory. — At Byrne's Great Western Hotel on Thursday night a large gathering, under the auspices of the School of Arts Debating Society, did honor to their departing member Mr Schofield, stationmaster. Mr D.   McGregor occupied the chair and Mr Floyd the vice-chair. Over 30 gentle- men were present., After the usual loyal toasts the chairman proposed the toast of 'Our Guest,' and Messrs   Floyd, Giles (railway), Monahan,     Loyd and W. Morrison supported it. The toast was drunk with musical honors and Mr Schofield feelingly re- plied. Mr Monahan proposed 'Federated Australia,'. Messrs Loyd   and Floyd replying. Mr Schofield proposed 'Success to Cobar and dis-   trict,' Aldermen James and Bailey replying. Mr Rush proposed 'Suc-   cess to the School of Arts Debating Society,' and Mes...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

MONDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.)   Robert W. Smith on remand appeared on a charge of embezzling £2 10s 6d belonging to William Marker, and was defended by Mr   Hogan. After the evidence of Sergeant Nies as to arrest William Marker, a baker, gave evidence that accused had been some three months in his employ ; witness laid an information against him in consequence of something he heard ; accused made a written statement acknowledging a de- ficiency of about £12 1s. Witness gave further evidence as to the accused asking his forgiveness. The accused pleaded guilty and elected to be summarily dealt with. He was sentenced to three months imprisonment with hard labor in Cobar gaol.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WARDEN'S REPORT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

THE WARDEN'S REPORT. To the Editor. Sir, — In your issue of 25th inst., under the heading of 'Mining News '   you have this paragraph : — ' Public opinion thinks there was an inad- vertent error in the Warden's report in rating the Berribungie higher than well-known gold producers.'' I re- spect '? Public opinion,' but whothor the alleged opinion is that of tho f ub- lic or merely a few malcontents I am very doubtful. The Berribungio seems to be the sore point;'! don't think with the public witl^ tjje n^lcgn-     tents, ancl why should it? Cflmpari   sons aro pdipijs, and | was caieful not ta draw oomnari--oiifi boUvpcn auy mines, while as to the Berribungie.I merely mentioned it as being among the first five or six mines on the field. I think I was rijjhtj but if wrong I should be ^n]y toij g]t}d tcj |j^ye my mistake shown me by any one who is (|iial|rig(} to set me right, \^t not, howevoi;, by auyane whtiuQ only quali licdiion is...

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Police Court. SATURDAY. (Before Messrs John Leah and P. Mathews J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

Police Court. SATURDAY. (Before Messrs John Leah and P. Mathews J's.P.) John Hannigan and Michael Doyle ap- peared on remand on a oharge of stealing in company the sum of £4 5s the property of one Robert Marsh. Constable Small deposed to arresting the men in consequence of a complaint, and finding 3d on the one and 3s 6d on the other.   No other evidence being brought forward the men were discharged.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BOURKE AFGHAN TROUBLE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

THE BOURKE AFGHAN TROUBLE., . To the Editor. Sib, — In last issues of several news papers , appeared a letter from the pen of Mr E.D. Millen on tho above ques tion, and I venture to coincide with him inasmuch as it is oue of moment to the workers of Australia generally. Having recently been a resident of Bourke, and being conversant with most of the facts, I may be permitted to state that the Afghan trouble is one that should be thoroughly threshed out not only in a court of law but also in our Parliament. I have always been an advocate of alien restriction in a most drastic form, and it is abominable to think that these unfor tunate wretches have been allowed, virtually, to be made slaves of in this a boasted free country ; for what else can a man (black, white or brindle) be who is held in bondage by an agree ment of six years duration under which he is only entitled to receive 25 ? per cent per annum of a yearly wage of £^'1 ? And even from this is fir8t deducted £11 17s lid pass...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WATER QUESTION TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

THE WATER QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.— I will feel greatly obliged if youjwill grant mo space in your valuable paper for the insertion of thjs lotto?, sc^ fis iq bring u,nde.r the noticp'gf you.r raadoys tBe'nggJect of those jn nqwor- in not eqde^vot'ing to provide means for tho conserving of a larger volume of water when noxt we got anything like an average fall of ruin. It will be admitted by all who have been vosidoi^ jn the .. Co,b.ar didtr{ct any Jeqgti} qf- tipe, t^at' the means we liaye at prespnt for obtain? ing q'ur.' water 'supply can jje greatly improved. Wiion wo havo anything like heavy rains, say four or five inches, the ilood wators rise so. fast that the drains through the main portion of tljo gatnhr|]Qnt ayea aijjj not .wide, unpugli q| depp/enongti; tqcb',nvey tho greater, bqdy of tho water tq the reservoir, anil consequently ifc goes to waste inai&aa1,' The'ro ' iV not the slightest doubt but that the great rush of flood water* which wo see pass through ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

BREVITIES. Cobar Council Requests a bore, And engages an engineer,   And asks for the reservoir.   Civic fathers mean business. A short gain. Last .run lay's.   Jupiter Pluvius scored only 26 points. Hospital sulky sold at last; buyer Mr H. Goold. Our Warden contributes a letter to this issue. From a Federal point of view Jack Want is well away.   Saturday's coroner's jury returned a rather involved verdict.   There is to be a great exodus of Sydney visitors from Cobar at Easter. Mr J. G. Carrol!, M.P for the Lachlan, is now the Opposition whip. Mr V. A. Manchin has started busi- ness as a tailor in Linsley-st., and has a fine stock. See advt. D. J. Mahoney, local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., Becker st, (near Linsley st) Cobar. — 0 The Rev F. J and Mrs Branch will be tendered a farewell by Cobar Wes- leyan congregation on the 28th. Station-master Schofield was given a cordial send-off last Thursday even- &a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]ILGUNNIA [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 4 March 1899

GILGUNNIA     (From our own correspondent) Government aid has been granted to the May Day for sinking a further depth, and to the Eight Hour Claim for sinking 100 feet from the 86 foot level.     On Sunday we were blessed with a down-   fall of rain. There was a steady soaking rain during the greatest part of the day and about half an inch has been registered. It is reported that at Hed? there fell 44 points. At Mount Allen, the Cyanide plant is at full work and the results are reported to be satisfactory. Mr Riley has applied for two mineral leases, one of 40 and one of 20 acres,   adjoining the 40 acres applied for by Mr Hill, on whoso ground the copper was first discovered. I have seen some very good ore from Mr Riley's ground and should think that his is also valuable property. From Mount Allen comes also the news that Mr Joe Benson and mate have found a reef 2 feet 6 inches about four miles from the M...

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