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The Cyanide Patent. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

The Cyanide Patent. A* i» -refiprally knoivn, Iho Caseel Gold Beunvery Company some time - nan filed an application at tl-i; Patent (Jlfiie for l»avn to aniflnr! thu si.eciti cations of I heir patt-Dt in such a way as to plai-e them in a position to re ei.ver royal'ies frmn persons usibr the cvauidti process iii this colony. .S niilar Bpplicatioi's were made in Great Britain and also in the other Australasian o-- onii3. In all of these . ) laces the application was vigorously opposed, but neveitheless has been prunted in Great Brituin and New .. Zealand (in l he latler colony on i tppeal to tie Court of Equity, after h.ving been refused by the Uegistrar of Jtatt-i ts). In New South WaleB the matlt-r is -still subjiidiec. A few months ago Mr Aithur Griffiths', M.L. A., acting on behalf of some f the ininii'g coni|.anu8 w^° ufe *?''? cyanide pro'-esp, applied for, and was pronged, tbt- Attorney-Gfneral'e fiai to phhI le dim to l»ke ftejH fir the absolu e revyca ion of the Paierit tind...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

! ' P. iSNELSON, ?I BAKER, CONFKCTIONER, &c, I LINSLET STREET, COBAR. I Patronise P. Snelson, tho \ rooognised Family Buker, 1 where jou will got the beat i it everything going in his ono. ?.Picnics, Parties, &o.t supplied on the »hortc», notice, and in fact every '; description of catering : executed, ililiii Wishes to inform all his friends that ho has ro-taken tuo THREE LEGS 0[ IU HOTEL, COOLABAH. Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemen Boarders. Apply, »or MBS. BARKER, Becker Street. iiflii & CO., General Carriers, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom House, and Commission Agents Head Office— 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied in Any Quantity at Reasonable Hales. Wool con~ signed. JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cobar. J.Joseplison, 'Watchmaker, Jeweller OF AIL KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., D1AM0ND SETTEE & OPAL C0OTEK.. PBECIOUS STONES OP EVERY DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN STOCK.. , .;{ PEOPLE IN THE COUN'rET bap rely up receiving Prompt A...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

CARPETS, - BEDSTEADS - AND - DEDDING AND WHERE TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREET3. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, In T»pe«try and Plush, Couch, Pair ' Emt Choirs, and Four Caned Chairs, {or £4 10s. 50 others, 5, 10 to 20 guineas, at HALLS. BEDROOM SUITE, Walnut Color. Wardrobe, Plote glass Door and * Drawers, Duchess Chest Drawers, with glass attached, Marble-top Wash itand, Torol Rail and Cane Chair, £6 15s. 30 Bedroom Suites to select from. DINING-ROOM SUIlE, Very Strong All Spring«63ated and Padded Back Chairs, 6 guineas. 20 others, 7. 12 and 20 guineas, at HALL'S FULL SIZE HALF-1'EdTKR BED STEAD, Brass Rail, Double»wire ' MattrcBS, and Set Best Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bedsteads ' to select from at HALL'S .A._ EC-A-XjXj &- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, 5GI, 563, 505 and 567 GEORGE-ST. Country Orders packed free. New Illustrated Furnishing Guide Post Free. (ESTABLISHED 1894.) „ BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PREMIER WATCHMAKER & JEWELL...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

'% Anthony H II 9 a — Horaprn ^ FOR EVERYTHING ! Yon can do it through the pert. Your order, either little or big, will receiva our best attention, and you will get . . ? -THE BEST RESULTS We can supply everything wanted lo carry on the business of life, whether that business is run in .... : SINGLE OR DOUBLE HARNESS, and our system of trade presents attrac tions 'not to be found elsewhere. TRY US! AND taste oun — QUALITY. SEND F'R Autumn & Winter Portfolio of Fashions Also for prices and particulars of every thing you require. Patterns tent to any address Post Free. ANTHONY HORDERN'S UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, Haymarket Only, Sydney. J. M SCOTT, AUCTSQNiEi?, Stock, Station, . ? AND Land Agent. MininS/'Hotel/'and General Buainee* . Broker ?? ? . , : Agent for Scottish Union and National In 'si'ranne Co.; for Arthur Griffith, M.L. A Patent Agent ; for Dqrwent and Tamar Fire and Marino Assurance Co. Ofiioe, Oommercia] Chambers, Marshall-s COBAR ?VTOETH GKRMAN LLOYD Tbe-Imporial Mail...

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

!-??» Eras* |sra»-- WS& **&& r-iTKinoU- Distinguished everywhere for fine natural Savour, purity of material, and careful preparation. co;wFoan»Q. ^^ ^^ %^-rr r%..../' #**% PRODUCE PRODUCE! JOHN BAILEY, produce; merchant, LINSLBY STBEBT, ? COBAE. HAS just returned from the Agricultural Central of iho Weatarn line, whoro he ha* made IMMENSE PURCHASE of all kind, of PKOHUOE and HORSE FEED, 1 which ho is now landing and selling to Cobur comumers tit MOST REASONABLE RACES. ! THE PEICE3 are the LOWEST POSSIBLE in this district, and a TRIAL ORDER to I aure to lead to permanent business. I JOHN BAILEY. PUBLIC * IMPORTANT NOTICE cvirtaa the town criebo ; A Word or T'»o aluut Dr-nt8. Champagne and others— not the Champagne j which gives toh! puin nf. n imbibing mi orerdmu — nut of the Champagne which give* i del gin uniilloyeri by splitting -l»iulao-iea, i fun lia't- n ? doubt iried Orange Champagne, also Champagna Cider I and know th.ir iimuoj -» ptmwtnt ilrinVs. | H...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Not the Wisest Way. It is not always bestjo wait until ? i ia needed before buyfeg a bottle f Chamberl lin'a Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Quite frequently the emedy is required in the very busiest -eason or in the night and mu^h inconvenience and suffering must be borne before it !an be obtained. It costs but a trifle ae compared with its real worth and every family can well afford to keep it in their home. It is everywhere acknowledged to be the most successful medicine in the world for bowel complaints. Eor tale by H. Dalgarno, Chemist, Cobar.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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LONDON THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

LONDON, TUUKSDAT. The American forcos, . after seven hours fighting in the Pasig district de feated 4000 Filipinos, The enemy had 400 killed and wounded and lost 8G8 prisoners. Loading newspapers commend tho personnel of tho Australian Eleven which they consider a powerful com biuation for batting, and fieldini.', but oxpress doubts as to its strength in j bawling. ' Sporting Life' says tbo team will give tho best English Eleven a stiff task.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Chronic Diarrhoea Cured. This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea evur since the war. I got so weak I could hardly walk or do anything. One bottle of Chamber lain'f Chronic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and well. J. R. Gtibbs, FincBatle, Va. I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years. Three bottleE of Chamber lain's Colic Chronic and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me. S. Lj Shavee, Fincnstle, Va. Both Mr Gibbs and Mr Shaver lire prominent farmers nnd reside near Fincastle, Vn. They procured the remedy from Mr W. E. Casper, a druggist of that place, wno is well acquainted with them and will vouch for the truth of their statements. For sale by H. Dnlgatno, Cobar. * * cosiyjps Photo Studios, _vMj^ FADULAS TERRACE MARSHALL STREET. Wo have muoh pleasure in announcing that wo havo secured the services of u first class operator, and tho very highest class of work will be turnod out. Wo guaranty onr clients absolute satisfac* Prices IBs por doz Cabinets Enlargement for nothi...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Night's Horrid Plague. Keeps Thousand s Awake — Makes Life a Misery. Tha plnguo of the night. That's what it is. And it isn't confined to night time alone Tho day hns its share. lireeda misery by night ; Brcedn prufunity bj day. You know what it is? Files ! Yes ! you have guessed it. Nearly drives you crazy. Hard to bear, hnrd to get rid of. Can't find i cliff. But wait a minute. Yea you oan, too. It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. It means get the right thing. It means Ooan's Ointments What will it do ? It will go right to work. Go right at it. Belief comes first. Cf course you feel better. You can Bleep and rest. But that's not all. What next? Cure ! Belief's good, cure is best. Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disappear TJndor tho soothing influence of Doan's Ointment. Here is proof of it : Mr W. McDonald, of Talbragar street, Dubbo, is a yonng married man and the proprietor of a well-known tailoring estab lishment there. He Bays: For about...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Telegrams. SYDNEY FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Telegrams. &y.DtfEY ' Fbidat. Proderiok Macdonald, employed in i ho Telegraph Office, Hoiiart, was drowned yesterday through the swamp ing of a punt. A companion named Huig narrowly escaped a similar fate. Extensive bush fires are again rag ing in various parts of Tusmania. In one district, alone the damage is estima ted at over so.uuu, ana Hundreds or settlers are burnt out. A serious state of affairs continues in Samoa. Further massacres are feared. The Legislative Council continued the debate on the Enabling Bill, and the second reading was carried on the voices. An amendment was carried by a large majority to have the refer endum taken in not leas than three months time. Another amendment was also carried, that the numbei of votes required as iin affirmative at the Referendum be at least one- fourth of tho total number of vote3 on the roll, and it was added as a proviso that thore should be no Federation without Queensland. An amendment on the preamble declaring that the...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

MINING. Mr J. M. Scott, mining broker, Co- bar, reports : — The only feature to report for the week in the share mar- ket was a slight revival in Occidentals. These had several exchanges at an advance on late rates. Young Aus- tralians had fair enquiry, and several shares were recorded ; Chesneys, Westerns and Eldoradoes had no change at low limits.

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Cobar Water Supply. 20 REASONS WHY COBAR SUOULD POSSESS A MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Cobar Water Supply. 20 REASONS WHY COBAR SHOULD POSSESS A MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY. 1. Because for all towns having a popu- lation of 1000 souls or more, a public Water Supply is universally considered an inevi- table necessity to take the place of primitive systems of supply, such as water carts, iron and house tanks, the two former of which necessitate much labour and often con- siderable expense, particularly to the poorer portion of the people, who usually are not   provided with large tanks, while the last- numed often enforces the strictest economy to the sacrifice of health, cleanliness, com- fort and convenience. 2. Because wholesome water is indispen- sable in the preparation of all our foods ; the copious use of clean soft water is essen- tial for promoting the cleanliness and health of our bodies. 3 Because of the three essentials to hu- man life — air, water and food, the one to be specially considered in the march of progress of any town claiming for itself i...

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Water Supply. Mr Sharkey in Cobar. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Water Supply. Mr Sharkey in Cobar. Mr John P. Sharkey, Civil and Hydraulic Engineer, arrived in town under engagement to the Cobar Council on Monday evening and promptly got to business in connection with the water scheme. He is a most experienced practical man from a practical country, and, in chatting pleasantly to a Cobar Herald rep- resentative, told modestly of many vicissitudes, from fighting against Lee and Stonewall Jackson's Con- federates at Fredericksburg (where he was wounded), to the responsible engineering of the Queensland Central Railway. Though not at present in Government employment, Mr Sharkey, as we need not tell readers, stands very high with the Works Department, and many engineering successes stand to his credit. On Tuesday, with sev- eral Aldermen, he inspected tho old reservoir, and soon saw the im- possibility of its extension. On Wednesday, with the Council Clerk, Mr Cotton, Aldermen Musgrove and Duffy, and a Cobar Herald representa- tive, he visited the p...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Municipal Council. WEDNESDAY. Present : — Aldermen Snelson (Mayor), James, Morrison, Kinkead, Hunt, Bailey, Musgrove, Hogan, Duffy and the Council Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were adopted on the motion of Alderman Kinkead, seconded by Alderman Bailey. CORRESPONDENCE. Outward : As directed, and formal. Inward : (1) From Mr J. P. Sharkey agreeing to report on water supply;   (2) Mr J. H. Thomas, of Norwood, South Australia, enquiring as to a for- mer resident named William Thomas;   (3) Postal Department, intimating that the erection of letter-boxes in Dalton Park and East Cobar would shortly be reported on. (4) Police Magistrate, in re press report as to In- spector of Nuisances being unable to prosecute in a recent case, pointing out that he held no person could prosecute under the Municipal by- laws, except on the written authority under the hand and seal of the Mayor ; (5) Chief Inspector of Stock drawing attention to the urgency of re-esta...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Nymagee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Nymagee. (From our Correspondent.) I am glad to state since last report that the mines, whereon the progress of the town depends, are in full swing once more, making the best of the water received from the last small fall of rain. The Wirlong mine, worked by a small local syndicate, is making a good name for itself, some rich samples of copper ores are being brought into town weekly ; the com- pany are busy crosscutting in order to ascertain the exact width of the lode. The mine is situated about 16 miles in a south-westerly direction from Nymagee and from the prospects so far it is considered by experienced miners — and expected to be — a very valuable property. Mr S. Witney, who for the past four years has filled the office of assis- tant post and telegraph master here, took his departure on Monday evening for Goulburn, for which district he has been appointed relieving poistmaster. On Saturday evening Mr Witney was entertained at a farewell banquet by the members of the Nymagee D...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

BREVITIES. Twenty reasons For a new water supply Appear on another page.   So does a letter on nuisances. A little more typhoid reported Interesting tenement case last Mon- day.     New lessee of Metropolitan — Mrs Palmer. Mr Howard's shops getting re- painted.     Bankruptec meetings on Monday   next.   Mr Lamrock shortly steers his bark to Longreach. Engineer Sharkey says the old re- servoir is incapable of improvement. Last night's ball was expected to be a brilliant affair. Cobar and Nymagee have each big Band sports on Easter Monday. Local unemployed increase as the drought lasts. Now over 800. Tbe newest thing this week is the moon.       The deaths of several. old residents of Cobar district are reported.       D. J. Mhoney, local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., Becker- st. (near Linsley st., Cobar. —...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Topics of the Week. Federal crisis. Nyngan has abandoned its show. Land Board at Cobar next week.   Read about Rankin's new drinks. Manning's prices beat all sales.— 0 Terrible double suicide at New- castle. Queensland elections give a big win to Dreary Dickson. Cobar getting nearer a water supply. But where's the rain?   Messrs T. Hunt and Dalgarno topped Tuesday's shooting. That billiard table is going to save Cobar School of Arts. Little doubt of it. Mr Spence has deferred speaking in Cobar until a later date than antici- pated. Rev. A. R. Martin holds service to- morrow at Florida at 11.30 a.m., Cobar, 7.30 p.m. A brother of the late Mr D. Maher, Star Hotel, is amongst those whose deaths are reported. Cobar Brass Band will play a pro-   gramme of music on Sunday afternoon, the 26th, at Wrightville. The Nymagee trip of Mr Brown, P.M., on Thursday was enlivened by a large sized driving smash. Moles, dungarees, and flannel shirts are specially...

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Local Industry. THE COSMOS CYCLE Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Local Industry. THE COSMOS CYCLE Co. Messrs Kinch and Todd, Cobar's enterprising wheel firm, have with-   drawn the Cosmos Cycle Co. from flotation and are developing it with great pluck and confidence as a private   undertaking. Visiting their establish- ment in Padula's buildings by invita- tion, our representative found prepara- tions in progress for making an up- to-date cycle show room there 27 feet long with the office in the far right hand corner, so as to let the eye wander uninterruptedly over the twenty dif- ferent sorts of cycles which will be on view there. As an Overflow man said, it is surprising 'what a lot of different   breeds of bikes ' there are now, and the various sorts, sizes and styles will be as representatively displayed by this firm as anywhere out of Sydney. The roomy premises fronting Linsley- street lately occupied by Mr A. Ring   have been taken by the Company as a workshop and factory. The front room,...

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Correspondence. CONCERNING NUISANCES. [The Editor is not responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Correspondence. CONCERNING NUISANCES. [The Editor is not responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents.] To the Editor. Sir, — A paragraph in your last is- sue about fowls of the dead sort, and various indications that your journal is in sympathy with the party of town progress and town cleanliness, en- courage me to send you a short letter. I notice that Mr Duffy means to move in the Council for a committee to en- quire into the working of Council officers, including no doubt the In- spector of Nuisances. Now I have nothing to say against that officer, for I fully believe we can get no better man, although he has been here so long that if he errs at all it will be through being too kind and consider- ate and neighbourly. I know it will not be through neglect. But there are abundant reasons why the rate- payers should have all his time. Sunken receptacles for soapsuds in the middle of the town are offensive and the Council should know they exist and decide if they should be a...

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Wrightville. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Wrightville. (From our own Correspondent.) Things in general here are very dull and likely to remain so until we get that downpour which is to come some- time in the dim future. The last test match of the season was concluded on Saturday between the Wrightville and Chesney cricketers, resulting in an easy win for the for- mer. Wrightville has good reason to be proud of its cricket club; twice   they have brought the laurels to our little village, winning the cup last season and coming out this season without the loss of a single match all through the competition. 'Good   luck go with you boys.' The Municipal Association held their usual meeting in Lew's Hall on Monday night, when there were pre- sent : — Messrs Lew (chair), Edwards (Hon Sec), Hutchinson, Feeley, Gill, Pincott and Bax. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con- firmed. Two letters were read and received, one from Mr Spence, M.L.A. stating that tenders had been called for addition...

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