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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Not the \yisest Wqy, It is not o,lwayn best to wait until it ia nieded boforp buying a bottle or Cbamborluia's Colic and Diairhoea Remedy. Quito : frequently the ipinedy is required in the very. busiest season or! in the night and mu;h inconrefni'-nce and. suffering must be borne befoKb it !an be obtained. Iv costs but a trifle as compared witb' its ionl worth und every family can well afford^to l(cep it in thoir , home. It in everywhere acknowledged to be U o most BucnesB'ul iiioriiciuo in t-.e wi.rld top bowrl complr.intH. l-\ir i 'tie by H, Dal»arn -, Clii'initt, Oo^a . To The Deaf.— A rich lady euro I of her DcftEness and Noises in tlu- Head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, bas bodI 1,000 to hii Innlitute, su that Deaf People unablo to procure the Ear Drums may hs^ve them free. Apply to Depi^rtmenfc A X., The Institute, ' Longcott, ' Gunnersbury, London, W., England.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Chronic Diarrhoea Cured. This ia to certify that I hive had chronic diarrhoea ever since the war. I got so wtak I could hardly walk or do anything. One botUeof Chamber lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Re medy cuied mo sound and ivell. J. R. Gibbs, Eincastle, Va. I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years._ Three bottleB of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me. S. L. Shaver, Fincastle, Va. Both Mr Gibbs and Mr Shaver are prominent farmerB and reside near Fincastle, Va. They proetifid iho remedy from Mr W. E. Casper, it drus'gint of that place, who is Well acquainted with them and will vouch for ihe truth of their statements. For side by H. Dalgnrno, Chemist, Cobar.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Cobar Tennis Club. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Cobar Lawn Tennis Club was held in Tattersall's Hotel on Tuesday evening. Mr M S Armstrong   presided, and there was a satisfactory attend-   ance of members. The minutes of last special meeting having been read and con- firmed, the committee's report and balance sheet were presented and unanimously accep- ted. The report, which bore internal evidence that the secretary (Mr Elwin), had gone to much trouble over it, was an in- interesting summary of the past season. It reported that during that season there was a membership of 92, comprising 36 lady and   40 gentlemen town members, and 6 lady and 40 gentlemen country members. The   departure of 21 members reduced the membership to 55, but it was hoped this would be made up by new members. The amendment of the rule as to ladies' sub-   scriptions had given general satisfaction.   The captain for th...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Mail Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

District Mail Contracts. The following are the current year's mail tenders : — C. Tutton, Wilcannia and Ivanhoe, £379.   J. Denmonson, Wilcannia and Menindie, £450 W. H. Morrison, Wilucnnia, White Cliffs, Yandarlo, Milparinka, etc., £1,126 17s 4d ; also smaller district contracts.   D. W. Morrison, Broken Hill and Wil- cannia £100. T. Hamilton, Wilcannia and Wanaaring £425. James Flanagan, Bourke, Hollman's   Tank, Mount Drysdale, Cobar and the Cor- nish, Scottish and Australian Copper Mines, by the new surveyed road viz ' Two Water holes,' Corella, Curraweena Tanks, Tindarey and The Camp ; £120. Thomas Vicary, Bourke, Pera Bore, und Wanaaring; £375. Gilbert P Heathcote, Bourke, North Bourke, Ford's Bridge, Yantabulla and Hungerford via Brindingabba and Waroo Spring Bore ; and Bourke, North Bourke, Ford's Bridge, Yantabulla. Parragundy and Hungerford via Brindingabba ; £520. William H. Morrison, Bourke, Louth, Tilpa, Tankerooka and Wilcannia tr...

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 — 11 March 1899

Local and General   Held Over. - Heaps.         Mr R. Kinkead. — This enterprising storekeeper's cheap sale begins to-day. At Last. — Telephone No. 41 is the Police Station. Better late than never.   New Villa. - Mr W J Hogan's new villa, of handsome design, is going! rapidly up.       CRICKET. --The Copper Mine de-   feated the Half Holiday team on Tuesday by 30 runs.     MANNING is selling surplus stock at bargain prices to make room for the heavy consignments coming.— 0     The Cobar Draper is the man to   give you value for your cash at the present time. Call at Manning's and prove, it. — 0               Money is awfully scarce at present so make the best use of it and try Manning for all your drap...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

BREVITIES. Conversazione. Next Tuesday, And Ball on Friday. Hearty send-off last Monday. Railway returns well maintained. Big crowd tripping at Easter. Cobar Tennis Season opens this day fortnight. That celebrated writer and Scottish divine, Dr Boyd— A.K.H.B - is dead. The anti-Federal 'Leader' is the   'Daily Telegraph' editorial.   Gold-stealer Phillips went up for two years at Forbes sessions. New bankrupt — Martin Delaney O'Grady, storekeeper, Nymagee. Edward Barrass was before the court as usual on Monday. Wrightville horses browse on brooms. See within. The Pope has so far recovered that he is able to write epigrams chafling his physicians. The most humorous speech at the   Hart send-off was made by Mr Geo. Grey. D. J. Mahoney, local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., Becker st, (near Linsley st), Cobar. — 0 Cobar School of Arts apparently entered on new era of prosperity. Billiards to the rescue of literature. A girl lost in the bu...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

MINING. The last parcel of cyanide gold from the Young Australian yielded at the Syd- ney Mint 98 ounces, gross value £361 14s 11d, or at the rate of £3 13s 6d per ounce. This is understood to be the most valuable cyanide gold received at the Mint from this field. Mr J. O. Hunt intends to try and arrange for a uniform code of signalling up and down shafts on the various mines along the Cobar reefs. No doubt the matter only requires organising, as no mining man will require to be told the advantage of the plan, Mr J. M. Scott, Mining Broker, Cobar, reports : — The mining market still re- mains quiet, the enquiry for Occidentals has been a little better, but few ex- changes have taken place; Drysdales aud Eldorados have been asked for. The Drysdale mill will have water for about another three weeks crushing. The Western Co., have started crushing of ore taken from the Western lode: their dam contains sufficient water to enable them to keep on crushing for some con- siderable time ; sh...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Monumental Sculpture. Local Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Monumental Sculpture. Local Industry. Tho numerous friends of the late sincerely mourned Daniel Ryan Kenane, postmaster of this town, have great reason for satisfaction   with the exquisitely beautiful mon- ument supplied to their order by our local monumental mason, Mr Chas. Bray. This noble memorial is at present on view at Mr Bray's yard and will soon be in the cemetery, where it will be about the most beautiful thing to be seen. The stone itself is of the finest Carrara marble.   It stands seven feet high and is of Gothic and semi-cruciform design, with a floreated Corinthian cap, and one chaste column in relief up the centre. It stands on a kerb or plinth of Sydney freestone, and there is a square kerb of that material one foot high enclosing the grave, and surmounted by an elaborate cast iron pailing two feet high and painted black. The lettering is all done in. Mr Bray's speciality viz mpracable       &n...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr George G. Hart. HIS START FOR STANTHORPE. GIFTS AND GOOD-BYES. [The Editor is not responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE WARDEN'S REPORT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Mr George G. Hart. HIS START FOR STANTHORPE. GIFTS AND GOOD-BYES. Mr George G. Hart, late Secretary to the Great Cobar Copper mining syndicate, took his departure on Tuesday morning for Stanthorpe, southern Queensland, where he will manage the promising Sundown Cop- per Mine, which was discovered by Mr Aeneas Macdonald, of the Great Peak, and over a third of the shares in which are held by Cobar men. On Saturday evening Mr Hart was enter- tained at an informal farewell by   THE MINE OFFICE STAFF.   and heads of departments on the mine. Valedictory speeches were made by   Mr F. W. Whiteman and others, and Mr Hart was presented with a hand-   some cheque wherewith to purchase whatever form of souvenir he chose. It was not until a very short time be- fore his departure that the actual date of the latter was settled, so that the intervening period was not long enough for a really representative tes- timonial to be worked up. Mr Hart wa...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WILD CAT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

THE WILD CAT. To the Editor. Sir, — The 'whiskers' of the Wild Cat column will be getting singed if reports be true. At a social send-off the other evening a prominent mine manager dropped more than a whisper that Puss had been discovered, but being somewhat of a retiring nature was not there when the reply to the toast of the mining interest was reached. Has it ever struck you, Mr Editor, or the readers of the Wild Cat column, that there is only one mine that can do no wrong in ' Whisker's' Cobar notes?     According to my mind as a miner of 15 years, the Great Western are doing only what is left for them to do under   the present financial circumstances, and manager Forland is exhibiting common sense in following the chute of gold he is on and paddocking the ore now being broken preparatory to crushing. As for the Young Australia tailings, it serves the management right to get snubbed and slandered. What right had they to make a suc- cess of ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 7.30 and 10 a,.m., Bonodiction 7.30 'p.mv— Rov. Father Tretmy.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

WESLEYAN.   Cobar at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. S. Bembrick, Minister.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Rev. A. Martin.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cobar Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Cobar Rainfall, Mr S, Walker of Nekarboo Station   courteously furnishes us with the rain- fall for the past 18 years. Like Cap- tain Marryatt's baby, it's only a little one. In this dry sandy country we require 12 inches at least to make pastoral pursuits pay. If that falls seasonably and well, we can manage but like Oliver Twist are still ready to ask for more. In. pts. 1881 Total rainfall - 10 53   2 , , 12 15 3,, 8 20     4 , 7 92         5 16 09 6 , , 15 65     7 , , 23 15 8 , 4 24       9 , , 20 54 1890 , , 15 96 1 21 23 2 , , 7 74 3 . 10 42 4 , 20 15     5 6 64 6 11 38       7 , 9 26   8, 7 68 N.B.— The two best seasons we have had were 1887 and 1894. The two worst 1888 and 1898. Last year had more rain than '88 but that year came be...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 11 March 1899

Correspondence. The Warden's Report:-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

§ mi mm 5f | WHO LAUGHS I 1 Is the fortunate Individual wto a i sleeps soundly, and for whom 'good C ? . digestion waits on appetite.' i i Cbeerfulness, sound sleep and perfect - . digestion are always attainable by i drinking , j WOLFE'S f I SCHNAPPS I 1 ? If you have 'that tired feeling' % ' about you that makes you depressed y ' and. gloomy, caused probably by the /' 1 liver and kidneys being a little out ! I of gear, try WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS 1 i ' a pleasant tonic beverage. ( ? 1 Ask for WOLFE'S and refuse J- y*\ cheap imitations. ^ v_ ^irwflinfi.^*!!! iJ.i t-i — ? -*— -^* 6J » Pilll 1IIIII; Kavcotirt Streot, COEAB. ?Iroy !roi, ,.; PBO^PRIETORS. MINE ORDERS A SPECIALlfy. Agents for Hand Drill and Eacka Kock ('o., and all mining riqmsifces. Cash Buvers of scrap castings.' WE DON'T AfiVEKTISE - O— POB — O ? ? US- ISBllp # 8 1 1 ¥ # NOK DO WU JDVEkTIdE FOB 'afc^. Gentlemen only liut wo uuvurtiso for tho bouofit of overj man, woman and child. Thererore |/ause one moniont, dtudy your own...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Tesla's Wonderful Tarpedo. Mr Nickola Xeslo, of New York (says th» i Scienlfiia American), 1ms invented what i. kuown in niival ecience as a derigible tor pedo—that is to say, a torpedo which, in stead of being self-driven and self-steering, like iho Whitehcad and the Uowell, now in ute in our navy, is driven und steered by an operator on (shore, who controls the torpedo through electrical connections. WonUerfiii as Testa'* torpedo is, still more wonderful is the narrative of Mrs M E Cosier, who re^ sides at Cherry Tree llill, near llford, in the Ahidgee district, New South Wales. It is of particular interest to all mothers and other members of tho family. Mrs Cosier is well-koown to a large circle of fronds and ac^ua ntunces in tho Alujgeu district, and has spent her lifetime in the llford locality, bhe is 35 years of ape ami the mother of seven children, thi youngest a line pair of twin girls, Annie and Btlla, being now 15 months old, 'ihe story re cently told by \lrfl Cosier to a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

tie Was Reprieved. In France, a mac sentenced -o death is not told in advance on what day he is to die. Tho first information he gels is from the officers who prepare him for the guillo'ine. Bntween sentence and execution the prisoner's life is full of terrors, for any footfall outside his cell may herald the messenger of death. So free and honest men suffer ngonies of imagination when they ln\ru that they havo diseased kidneys. They may live for years. They may die before another sunset. Kidney trouble is more deadly than con sumption if neglected or improperly rfttted. It is a great mercy that one i-ure remedy exists. The many old friends of Q. H. Wood, Esq., Ex-J. Pr, in Queensland ami New South Wates, as well as tbi? newer ones of New Zealand, will bear of his good fortune ivjth interest and 'plia^ure. In a letter dated Dunedin, IStb July, '98. he says : — 'I have much. pUasure in besring testimony to the efficacy of Warner's Safe Cure and Sufe Pills. Over five ye^ra I havo Buff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

The Testimony of Hrs. MARGARET HAWKES, Accoucheuse, Gulldford, near Sydney. (GIVKK* Tl- OFR UKl'OKTKK.) ??'.lur reporter recently met with Airs. ' ??gai'ot Hinvkes, accniiuheuae and nurse, i ??? GuiliHorcl .Station (N.S.W.). who ml i i.. inters to the wants of thu district. Mm. : li -vkea is well-known iui'1 greatly liUoil - i .thole ciinntry romul. She received our i .irtor most all'iihly anil said, ' I have Repeatedly Recommended i- I jnca-'i'ibed t'luinents Tonic for my . :? :ont«, mid it certninly was o: gi uut hi ncfit ? ? every case where 1 udvi-vil il« use. 1 Ve invamlily found,' she contin. cd, ?? ?.Iomeuts Tonic to he A Reliable Remedy, i .- I piM'ticuIiiily useful in lestoiing the. ? :.!ugth of lmlirs after their confinements. . ?! system thtui is niiicli iveakeneil, and tu )'.. i'cet to givo a restorative is u serious i ,take. lii'fore I bu^iime acquainted with , i . . benefits to bo dorived fn-ni the use of C .iients Tonic I Hied many of those «o /? ii.'d fitreugllienii'...

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Good Enough to Take. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Good Enough to Take. The finest quality of loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chatnbei luin'u Cough Keint-dy and the roots iHtd in its p eparation give, it a flavour similar 10 that of maple sji'up, making it pleasant to take. As a medicine for the cure of coughs colds, In grippe, croup, and whooping cough, it.is uni quailed by any other, (c always cures, and eurts quickly, l-'ur e-ale by H. Dalgarno, Chemibt iJobar. 1 .L« According to reports ot a greal uunibei- of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered liucalypti Extract, . which possess no .?urative qualities. In protection of the ^orld wide famo of Sandhk and Soxs' preparation we publish a few abstracts i nm these reports, which bear fully out i.uat no relianco can bo placed in other moducts:— Dr. W. K Kush, Oakland, ?'il., writes. It is Bumetimea difficult to ? otaiu the genuine article (Saxdeu and Sox's.) I employed different other pre j iratious, they had no therapeutic value i: i bad effects...

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