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Land Board. MORE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 18 March 1899

Land Board. MORE CASES. We are indebted to the Chairman of the Board for the following supple- mentary list of cases to be heard on the 24th instant :— R.B. 0.8-4. Belford L.A.-J. F. Nisbet, conditions. R.B. 95-8. Belford L.A.— J. F. Nisbet, conditions. H.B. 98 5. Belford L.A.-J. F. Nisbet, conditions. R B. 93 7. Lerida L.A.— Oakden and Browne, conditions. R.B. 97-8. Bulgoo L.A.— Bank N.S.W., conditions. J.P. 99-4. Edith Harmer, con- sideration. J.P. 99 5. Ernest Field Peacock, consideration. J.P. 99-6. Thomas Rankins, con- sideration.

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

FigHtihg Against Death. Made1 by Dodd's Kidney Pills in Victoria Recently. Dodd!e Kidney Pills are the only cure 'for Kidney Diseases. — They never ??-'??'fail — Bright's Disease and. Diabetes y iold at once to their power. Itichmond, J'ob. 2Sth. — A movement is afoot in this city to form a society to com bat these most deadly and insidious afflictions- -Kidney Diseases. Thoso interosted have all been cured of ono or other of thoso diseases, and desire to assist all follow sufferors tn relief and absolute care. Tho originator of tho scheme has spent much time in compiltnR statistics showing tho cause of death in Richmond, and he eays that Kidney Disoaso kills fully nine tenths of those who die 'naturally'. Moreover, ho shows clearly that there is not a family in tha colony in which tho disease, in one form or another, does not There is one -way of curing Kidney Diseases, including Bright's Disease and Diabetes, says thi3 gentleman. And there is only ono way, but it is a suroand infa...

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Twenty Million Doses. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Twenty Million Doses. Startling liguros aro what the Bile Bcin Manufacturing Oouipuny deal in. This popor juat Rloans tlmt lust year tho c m* sumption of Bile Bcnnsin Auat.ruliisio alone, ran into tlii? onor.-.-.ouB flgurcs of twenty million doecs (wn only cive iiirures for Vm abisiii ) In tho fuci) of the following f»e s ni it to be wondered nt tli-it Austruliaiu ,x lould nlmoBt one and nil tuke this gr.ut j£ orld's speoillc whonuiling? liilo Beim* I ,r Diliuusni-93 liavo, from their origin, irned fur thomBolves by their unequalled « scollonno, u raputntion which plaoeB thi'in h i-duy fur in adviinoo of any other siuiiln- jt reparation. This spocifio is not acaio-l_,( isaly-prepared nost.tum j on tho contrary. ', is the remit of long und thous»tful re larch on the pii't of a medical man, nn American, who uftor years of study, dis- P owred a natural vegetablo substance, whioh, fter further study, ho succoodnd in com- ° 'ounding with other ingredionts so that its ' ffect un the diges...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

P. SNELSON, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, &c, LINSLET STREET, COBAR. Patroniao P. Snelson, tho recognised Family linker, where you will got tbo beet if ovorything going in hio one* ?' . 1'icnics, Parties, &?.l- supplied on I ho shorteB, notice, and in fact over} description of entering executed. ilFiii Wishes to inform all his friends that ho baa re-taken lua THREE LEGS l)[ UN HOTEL, COOLABAH. Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemen Boarders. Apply, Mas. BAEKER, Becker Street. iiii Biii & CO., General CarrierB, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom House, and Commission Agents Head Olfice— 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied in Any Quantity at Koasocable Kates. Wool con signed. JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cobar. J.Josephsov Watchmaker, Jeweller Oi' ALL KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAlDE-ST., DIAMOND SEX'XJSK & OPAL UUTTEH. PHECIOUS STONES OP EVERY DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN STOCK. OEOPLE IN THE COUNTBY can JL rely up receiving prompt Attention .' .£i JO daOAi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

CAftPtTS, - bfcOSTEADS - kUU * MM\M AND WHERE TO GKT IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, DlNlNG-KOOU cUlliS, Very Strong In Tapestry anti J'lush, Coueli, Pair All Spring-soated and Padded Back Easy Chairs, and Four Carred Chairs, Chairs, 6 guineas, for JP4 10«. 50 others, 5, 10 to 20 20 others, 7, 12 and 20 guineas, at guineas, at HALLS. ? HALL'S ? . ; BEDROOM SD1TE, Walnut Color. FULL SiZd HALbM.'EdXJiR BED ! Wardrobe, Plote glass Door and STEAD, Brans Bail, Double-wire ! Drawers, Duchess Chest Drawers, with Mattress, and Sot Best Bodding, : glass attached, Marble-top Wash- £3 15s. ' stand, Towel Hnil and Cano 50 Latest Design Bedsteads ! Chair, £6 15s. to select from at | 30 Bedroom Suites to select from. HALL'S .&._ h-aTxjXj &- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, 501, 563^ 5fio and 567 GEORGE-ST. Country Orders packed free. New Illustrated Furnishing Guide Post Free. (ESTABLISHED 1894.) BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PltEMIER ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

The Hot Weather :afid ^ Malarial Climate generate RESCUES & RECUPERATES MAN REDUCED TO SKIN AND BONE. |MSBSoigSpr Having on hand a Large Supply of FAT ~-4&&&feJ{gg&£&-. CATTLE und having made arrangements for a weekly supply of FAT ST*EBE trom Nyn uiiD, together with an unlimited supply of FAT. PORKEliS, LAMBS, and VE iLLEBS I am prepared to supply every customer ^RIIVLE favouring me with their patronage with 71/1 C A T Meat °f the Primest Quality ITl DA I CUSTOMERS may rely tbnt -r» rnrki »r^^ there wil1 be on nDnd a Stook of sMA,LIjc 3UPPLjfci«5. GOODS, comprising Every Variety, aud of the VERY BEST -«L \j| - QUALITY. W. H Bannister, Butcher, Cobar. ? / ? ; ? ___ . ? ' ? T . r h - ....... ? ? ?????-—'? ( ? ,, , ... ,,. , ,i .-...i... ? -mi,i-' (.«? i,'l .;vp'i-nni|il.ii-« :-r,r.ndy rMif-.hi, ' .. ??'?. ..????- ? .i ?-:?.?. .u'^Jivn, cirar.ula'..bi., t.Ui-.g,s of In ,-«... ? ;.„„.. .!:.,._ aeois. WcakiCycsifroiu Sun Glare, Oust. io. \...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Readies in ^S \ '''Delicate Bealtft j i Or THOSE WHO sometimes REQUIRE A STIMULANT should take, in the moderate doses . prescribed, iUoifg's Scbttapps An ideal spirit for women. It will be found a potent and pleasant | remedy for the various ailments peculiar to the sex. ASK FOR U|0lf£$ ^ The only REAL SCHNAPPS. j V-- J1UY- ORIGINAL I10TTLE3. ^-* WE DON'T : ADVERTISE — O — FOB— 0— - ?'.:.? * e if i y * NOR DO WE ADVERTISE FOR .w^^ Gentlemen only But wo udvorliao for the bcuolit of ovory nun, woniiin anil child. Thererore pause one moment, Study your own ™ interests, uuil — -=s^5s«-^READ THIS. If you would look neat uaout Lliu feet ]Ust 'go to linker's, in Linsley-SU'eet, where you cuu obtain genuine bargains : We have in Stock sonic bountiful und up to dilu American, English mid ot hor im ported Boots und .ShoL'a, winch ennnot fail to please the u.ost fastidious. : L^diis' Evening Shoes ? a (i „ One Bur Evening Shoes ... 2 U ?! Ladies' Rod Oxford Walking Shoes ?]? 6 ; „ Fino Leulher...

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SYDNEY FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

SYDNEY 'Frttia-t. i The opponents of the Constitution \ Bill have convened a monster public \ meeting to be held in the Centennial |i -I all on Monday evening. Sir George Dibbs will preside. ?} The Railway Commissioners are 1 introducing important regulations in 1 regard to a new truck rate for general I goods from the 1st of April, which 1 means a considerable concession to I country storakeepors. ,% The Council having insisted on its ' amendments on tha Enabling Bill and { the Assembly having also insisted on ' its disagreements, ten managers will :; be chosen from each Houso to confer : next Tuesday. Some satisfactory : compromise is hoped for. The As sembly desired to have the meeting -i forthwith, but tho other chamber do- ;; clined to entertain the proposal, Mr - Pilcher, Q.C., declaring that they wanted time to carefully consider the : whole question. It was rumoured in '- the lobbies last night that the Oouacil may under pressure agree to drop all ; amendments with the excep...

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

LONDON, Thursday1. The French are pleased with their bargain in connection with the con vention between Great Britain and France. The limes says the settle ment is reasonable and satisfactory to both nations. The Standard says profound satisfaction exists at closing a dangerous controversy. China refuses any concession to Italy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Walking th.^ Plank. In the daya oE Kidd and Morga 1, thosa lea-lew of buccanearing expeditions, whose feats still thrill the juvenile mind in ' penny dreadfuls,' phnk walking was often the diversion meted out to their unhappy victims. ''?? The gentleman whose testimony ib given below suffered so severely from paralysis of the lower limbs, ihat to walk either a plank or a chalked line was an impossibility. His name is Mr Ohas. Barratt, residence 39 Homsey Street, Kjzelle, Balmain. He says :-- ' ' My changed appearance is certaioly a witness to the efficacy of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Six years ago' I inet with a nasty aocident, which lei to various developments. I was a jockey by profession, and the horse I was exercising over the hurdles at the Hawkesbury Racecourse one morning, missing the leap, fell on top o* me. The accident turned out to be more serious than I at first anticipated. My legs seemed to bo paralysed, and for JE1OO I could not walk a chalked line; for instance, I wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Waste Paper IN LOTS to suit Purchasers, '? HERALD ' OFFICE. Government Advertisements. NOTICE is hereby given that the following TANKS have been CLOSED to the public until after sufficient rainfall, viz. : — MOUNT HOPE TANK, . MERRIMEKRIWATANK, MOMBIL TANK. JAMES W. BOULTBEE, 8h-56. Supt. Public Watering Places. Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 16th March, 1899. FRESH TENDERS are invited fnr the Erection of a Classroom, Wrightville Public School, near Cobar. For conditions see Govern ment Gazette. Ameuded plans and specifications may be seen at the School, a-td at the Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, .where tenders will be received up to noon on Thursday, the 6th April, 18rf9. 8a-92. , J. A. HOGUE. IN the Supreme Court of New South Wales. — In Bankruptcy. No. 13310. JRe SAMUEL WALKER, of Cobar, miner. Notice ia hereby given that the Single MEETING of Credi tors in the above matter will be held at the Court He use, Cobar, before the District Registrar in Bankruptcy,...

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Edith Gave In. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Edith Gave In. A young married couple left the Manning liy I hi- steamer Comki a week or two ago to .'nlubrinte in southern climes. On their first nftornoon at sea the lovers had a little quar rel over something trivial, which culminated in raaning tbe genlle Jidith very sulky After tho passengers retired thut night, thr voiuo of tho repentant young husband ttu: clearly li-urd sajin? very pleadingly, ' Edith, kiss Hie,' Supreme sdcnro followed. 'Oh, ISdilh, kiss me and for. ivo mo!' No response. Edith was dear to nil entreaties. Again the voico eiolaimod with all fervour !ond pathos uL its command, ?' Edith, d-o kiss me!' Edith remained mute, but ihe next voice heard was a rough onn from an adjoining cabin which roared. ' For God's sake kiss him, Edith, und let ub go to sleep.' As nothing moro was heard it is probable Edith climbed down, and succumbed aftor that

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

* * COSMOS i Pnoto Studios, mfm ] FADULA.STERRACE MARSHALL STREET. We have much pleasure in announcing lhat we have secured I he services ol a first class operator, a-:d the very highest ! class of work will be turned out. We j guarantee onr clients absolute satisfac tion. Prices 15s per doz Cabinets Enlargement , for nothing j Outdoor work, Flashlight Photos, etc. taken at any t'mi ', Portraits in Platinotype, : , , Silver, ! ?? ? or Cosmotype. i Enlargements on Carbon Bromide or Opal finished in bltck and white, or on ? water colors Cosmos Photo j ^^-— Studios ! KINCH and TODD, ? PROPRIETORS. Wanted GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply— MRS BEDFORD Application for Colonial Wine License. 1 MARTHA CONLEY. of Cobar, do 9 hereby give notice that I desiro and will at the next Quarterly Licensing Court to be holdon at Cobar on tho Tonth Day of April, apply for a oisrtifionto authorising tho issue of a Colonial Wino Liconse for a houso situated in Marshul!;streot, Oobar, of the annual vuluo of £1...

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Not the Wisest Way. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Not the Wisest Way. It is not alwaya best to wait' until it is needed before buying a bottl of Chambtrlain'a Oolic aod Diarrhoea Remedy. Quite frequently the remedy is required in tbe very busiest season or in the night and muoh inconvenience and suffering must b« borne before it ian be obtained. It. costs but a trifle as compared with its renl worth and every family can well afford to keep it in their home. It is everywhere acknowledged to bi the most Buccessful medii-ine in the world for bowel complaints. For sale by H. Dalijarno, Chemist, Cobar

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

-^ ? v^ ? Cobar's Old Favorite JEWELLER,^ Marshall-st., COBAR, Invites Inspection of the Magnificent Stock NOW on view in his beautifully fitted ahop in MAESHALIi STKEET. This Bplendid aeleotion ot modem Jewellery, Elcctro-platod Wai'o, Watches and Chains, and high-olosB Table Cutlery is offered to tho Cobar public at LESS THAN SYDNEY PRICES, Special Line I Unequalled Value ! - O THE FEDERAL LEVER WATCH, at 15s Only, /0T^X Guaranteed for 12 months' Specially imported from Europe by F^-sri;s-\jl JML. A.. X-AX-XTXmA ^$^£0? Lfttsit Novelty from London— Hatty Fondant/gold dove with pretty amethyst in mouth instead of olive leaf, Very cheap and fashionable. Persons with Weak Jor Failing Sight can bo fittod by Mr PADULA with just the aiBet they need. Mr Padula is sole agent for that new and successful London invention /^/^^^^^^ ^sU-i.js'^T'^' Which combines help to the sight ? S^jU ^-* oleganco in appearance, and comfort f \, and economy to the wearer. INSPECTION INVITED. ? ??!? »? CORRES...

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No Room for Dyspepsia. Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets Prevent its Existence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

No Room for Dyspepsia. Dodd s Dyspepsia Tablets Prevent its Existence. Humanity has beon afflicted with dyspepsia, indigestion, aud other stomach diseases since tho world bogtin. But. until lately, there wero uo Dodd't Dyspepsia Tablota to oure those com plaints. In years gone by people had to puffer from dyspepsiu, etc. To-day there 13 no more need to do so tliau for a million iiiro to utarvo with hunger. Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets cure dyspepsia as eabily, and almost as quickly, as the mill.onaire's soveioigns buy his food. Thero is nothing boastful in this assertion. Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets cannot help curing those diseases. Thoy cannot poaBibly have any othor eft'oct, once thoy are takon into the stomach. If all the food you oat it thoroughly digostod, you ennnot possibly bo afflicted with dyspopsia, mdigostion or uny other disorder. That is plain' Dodd's Dys pops a Tablets prevent any chance of these diseases returning aftor the tablets have once curod them. Tho smaller tablets ...

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WILLCANNIA'S WAILFUL WANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

WILCANNIA'S WAILFUL WANT. Kir.'iu1 VVileannia, sick of placing depen Junco upon the river Darling, which sooms (.'.iys {\\fi -Hitll'liii) to have bt-cn more fre [|ii iitly liinavisjub o (luring the last Imlf rtii7.-n -e*r thin for this previous generation. !-.?? v..,'...iv.il ih» .i.-ihitioil for the oxtension of I lie railw-y from Oib.ir. Oobar's smMen mining hctiviiy wiw a b»d knock ti Wiloan nii. ' I'ho Nyngan tj Cobur lino wai an litiiirti'. uml built us 'i section of a railway via SVilciiiuin. to Broken Hill. But when ths cectiun beoamo pujable in itaelf the i.lea tha it whs ii suction was lost. Wilaanniu, Ilii'rol' i'i!, i* now a voico crving in the wil (leriicti- , mil until tlio drought hreaks up it* priin'ipal odon.iUj.n. will ronsiit of 'urivntulv' cultii a iimlga Tor it* sturviug »t e, mid uuliirly i|. clarinif what a splendid diitiiut it li»* if.it hold of. The Wileiinnia lnip-i'' rte.=i;rlbe' -in iIip' Sydney dailiei as '?iinuoMibld','' oiH.it l« juar about impossible o...

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The Cobar-Wilcannia Railway. BEFORE THE WORKS COMMITTEE. MR HICKSON'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

The Cobar-Wilcannia Railway. BEFORE THE WORKS COMMITTEE. MR HICKSON'S ADVICE. The expediency of constructing a line of railway between Cobar and Wilcannia was considered by the Works Committee last week.                   Mr Hickson, Under Secretary for Works, gave evidence with regard to the country which the proposed line would open up. He expressed himself in favor of the line   from Cobar as against any alternative propos- ition. He estimated the cost at £497,000, and the length at 162 miles. This cost included the contouring of an extra line of 3½ miles, and the alteration of the grade   from one in 75 to one in 100. The annual freight earned from Wilcannia inwards and outwards was estimated at £80,000. The Commissioners in1891 estimated that the up-   keep of the line would amount to £27,310   and the annual re...

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A Queensland Doctor Scores. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

A Queensland Doctor   Scores Robert Shaw, L.D.S., M.B., D.A.,   holds the highest of medical honours, and has held positions of confidence,   securing favorable commendation throughout Queensland, as one who loves humanity, and seeks by every means in his power to benefit it. He pt ites : — 'I have . very ? much lloa6u-« in stating, that; I buve prpscribpd Warner's Safe Cum very frequ-ntly whilst: acting as tnedicai officer on the Cairns- Htrbertoa Railway Cobtiacl', and obtained more aatisfactory results from it than any for jiuhe of my own prescribing.' Men like Dr Shaw do not sneak bnstily ot things which they have not thoroughly tested, und when Buck a; well known physioiun apeaka in Bueh frtnk and manly terms, as he does of thia remedy, there caonot be the slightest question as to its good merits and its power to benefit man kind.

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Natural History. BY THE BROKEN HILL P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Natural History.   BY THE BROKEN HILL P.M.   From the 'Barrier Miner' we   clip the following :— 'The P.M. dismissed the case. Referring to   prosecutor's conduct in having the woman arrested, he said he would not call him a man . Thee Almighty in His inscrutable wisdom had created   the vulture and the cormorant among birds, the weasel, hyena, wolf and   skunk among animals, and the pros- ecutor among men. He ordered that the money should be handed to the   woman to do with as she pleased.  

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