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A Serious Subject. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

A Serious Subject. For you, for anybody — Cobar has taken it up — Neighbouring testimony speaks for itself. Kidneys can't talk I ut if you don't treat Ihom rigntiy you win iiour iruu. ...o.u. ,t - They hove a language of thoir own j tlm f is how thoy tell you. b When you work too liard, what follows .?? „ ?You are tired, are'nt you?. ;i It's juBt the same with the kidneys, thej j get tired they havo bo much to do. I ; Sou utoop over at «ome occupation.-, -.? j You strain yourself liftinir. v' ' ;t Yon walk too far or ride too far. - You call this ovor-exertion. You cannot | sleep when night comes. , t Your back aches, your hrad ashes, often :. you ache all over. , I Oh you say it's because I'm tired out. Now this isn't right, it's because your kid- , neys aro tired. ? . v : : They can only ju=t do so miicl. and the lifting, stooping, straining or exerting hoi retarded their action. . ; The heart has pumped the bl-od into tnom ?aster than they could filter it. ' .? V Tho filter is ov...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Publications Received. Mr M C. O'Halloran's "Australian Nation" keeps up its early promise of being extremely readable. Advertise- ments seem to be of slow growth. Messrs Hennessey Harper and Co., send the first number of their new publication, the Australian Art Review, a monthly journal of music, art and drama. The editor, Mr. De Cairos Rego, deserves credit for   the high note he strikes, and we hope the publication will not be starved by inappreciativeness and jealousy. The get-up is as faultless as the composi- tion. 'How to behave at concerts ,   is a satire well worth reading.     Messrs Wm. Brooks and Co., send   us 'The Children's Newspaper,' which may be ordered from all- book- sellers at 1d per month. Parents of the kind that cares for kiddies' happi- ness ought to order it. There will be no disappointment.     Mr A. H. Prince, secretary of the N.S.W. Sheepbreeders' Association, sen...

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 — 25 March 1899

Local and General Easter. — Next issue — Friday. Women's rights — To purchase their drapery at Manning's. — 0 Tennis. — The Cobar Tennis Club's season will be opened this afternoon. Typhoid. — Seven cases of typhoid are reported in Cobar up to now. Five are at the Hospital. The men vote Manning's Clothing King of the Road Dungarees, flannels, shirts, the cheapest and best. — 0 Obituary. — The death of Mrs Fulton, a lady well known in this dis- trict is noted in the 'Australasian'. On Bail. — Edward Barrass, under committal on five charges for next quarter sessions, has been released from Cobar Gaol on bail.   Sales. — Attention is specially di- rected to the various sales advertised by Mr W. N. Musgrove. — Band sports privileges will be sold this afternoon. Deaths. — Two children have died within the past few days from bowel complaint, and on Sunday the funeral took place of Mrs Kelly, aged 57, who is survived by a family. An interesting test has been made by an expert,...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Enough to Take. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Good Enough to Take. The finest quality of loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy and the roota used in its preparation give it a nayoui: similar iu lu»u ul iin*yic syrup, making it pleasant to take, Atf a medicine for the cure of coughs uolds, la grippe, croup, and whooping cough, it ib unequalled by any other. 1 1; always ;cures,' and curt-B q'tieklv. For sale by H. Dalgarno, Chemist, Cobar.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Patrick's Night Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

St. Patrick's Night Ball. The Ball in aid of the Roman Catholic Church Funds took place on Friday, March 17, being the first ball of the season, and was a pronounced success, for fully 50 couples were pre- sent in spite of the great heat in the early part of the evening. The hall was nicely decorated with flowers and evergreens. The supper tables, were laid out in the small hall adjoining the ball room, and were most bounti- fully supplied. Miss Lister presided at the piano, and her playing was greatly appreciated by tha dancers. Mr W. J. Hogan (on behalf of the Rev. Father Tracey) in a neat little speech during an interval in the danc- ing thanked all present for their at- tendance, especially members of other denominations, and their help in mak- ing the Ball the success it had proved. The Juvenile Ball on Saturday even- ing was also a great success, the hall being crowded, and dancing was spiritedly kept up till midnight. Miss Lister again officiated at the piano, Mr Proon reliev...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Municipal Council. THE WATER SUPPLY. A special meeting of the Council was held on Wednesday evening to deal with Mr Sharkey's report on the water supply. There was a full attendance of aldermen, and the Mayor, Ald. Snelson, presided. The Council Clerk read the report of Mr Sharkey, civil and hydraulic engineer, which was as follows : — His Worship the Mayor and Alder- men, Cobar. Gentlemen, — Having visited your town with the object of examining the present water supply and formulating a new, the natural scheme to the lo- cality, I do myself the honor to report as follows : — THE EXISTING WATER SUPPLY, I made a careful and diligent ex- amination of the existing scheme, and am in a position to state that the catchment area is only about five square miles in extent, which is much too small with the prevailing annual rainfall to conserve a sufficient body of water to meet the wants of the people of Cobar supplied by reticula- tion, which would mean the extension of the use of water to ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Cobar Show. TO BE OR NOT TO BE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

The Cobar Show. TO BE OR NOT TO BE. A meeting of the Cobar P. and A. Association was held on Thursday at Tattersall's Hotel. Mr P. Oakden, (President) occupied the chair and there were present Messrs Brown, Wallace, Bryce, Rodier, James, Cotton, Bannister, Welsh, Kelly, Stevenson, Edgar, Armstrong, Rae, Griffiths, Tulloh, Macpherson, Officer, and Bed- ford, (Secretary.)   The minutes of last meeting were adopted, and the correspondence, most of which related to paid judges and neighbouring shows, was received. The Singer Mfg. Co., wrote offering a £13 13s machine as a prize, and asking for space for exhibits and two admission tickets. After a lengthy discussion as to whether, on account of the drought, next show should be postponed or not, it was resolved on the motion of Mr J. C. Wallace, seconded by Mr W Rodier, that the question of holding the show be decided at a special meeting on the 14th inst , and on the motion of Mr M. J. Brown seconded by Mr Rae it was resolve...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

THE DROUGHT. Day by day tho pastoral and com- mercial prospects of the far west be-   come more serious owing to the ab- sence of any sign of rain. In Cobar itself this circumstance is the more tantalising that two or three inches of   rain would beyond doubt lift the town   into a steady and unexampled pros-   perity, and one business man with an   inclination to metaphor talks about   'drowning in sight of land.' From     all round the district come reports of   nothing but scrub-cutting to keep stock   alive. At Meryula station over   20,000 sheep are being fed on chaff   and molasses in troughs. The mortality among birds shows the severity of the     season. At Wuttagoona homestead     they flock round the house to get food.   Towards the Lachlan things are ex- ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

BREVITIES. Thursday's trippers . Numbered 126 persons. That's the way the money goes. Water- supply now decided on.   Aldermen unanimous at last.   Which was to be devoutly desired. Lengthy Land Board sitting this week.   Wesleyan tableaux looked forward to. Attention directed to produce store advertisements. Numerous pastoralists visited town lately. The Sydney Daily Telegraph is now   the implacable enemy of the people.   Responsibility for 'unwelcome little strangers ' occasioned two court cases this week. D. J. Mahoney, local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co., Becker st, (near Linsley st), Cobar.— 0 What the people of New South Wales think of the Heydons, who now make so much anti-Federal noise in the Council, is recorded at the bottom of the Federal Delegate scoring list. Mistress (angrily) : 'See, Bridget,   I can write my name in the dust on this mantel-piece.' Bridget (admir- ingly) : ' There...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

MINING. The majority of Cobar mine mana- gers are only awaiting the return of   Mr George Grey to organise a com- bined prayer for rain. They might do worse. — Communicated. Sixty tons of machinery will arrive for the Chesney in a few days from Bendigo. The G.C.C.M. tributors are gradu- ally acquiring the mine. It is reported that they bought 12,000 shares from Mr T. H. Kelly a few days ago. The Young Australian winding plant is now complete, the cages having arrived from Bendigo. Most encouraging prospects have been met with in driving south from the 760ft level, the drive being now 140ft in, also in a winze which will be sunk 70ft and is now down 15ft. A large body of lode matter assaying on an average 13 or 14dwts, and in some cases almost up to 9ozs, has been met with. About 800 tons of good milling ore have been broken down ready for treatment as soon as it rains. Mr J. M. Scott, mining broker, Cobar, reports :— There is no new feature in the week's share market wo...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. BRISBANE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Telegrams. BRISBANE, FRIDAY. At the Gatton Inquiry yesterday Mrs M'Neil swore positively that her husband did not leave home on the night of the murder.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. F. J. Branch, Minister. AND NYMAGEE ADVEKTISER. ' NON SJB1 SBD rAHUlX.' SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1899

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Meryula, 11 a.m. ; Wrightville 3   p.m. ; Cobar 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. Martin. R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 7.30 and 10 a.m., Benediction 7.30 p.m.— Rev. Father Treacy.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 25 March 1899

Land Board. The sitting of the Cobar Land Board, consisting of Messrs Edward Macfarlane (chairman) and Captain T. Lean, was commenced in the Court House on Wednesday morning, when the following cases were dealt with: —   WEDNESDAY. H.L. 95-4 James Frew, as to con- ditiom — Waiver of forfeiture recom- mended. .R.B.A. 89-9 A.J.S. Bank, Ltd, for consideration— Granted. In the following ringbarking appli- cations as to conditions, the Board allowed permits to remain in force. 93-2 Roderick Finlayson (now Goldsbrough Mort and Co.) 8G-8, 86-7, 95-8, 94-9, P. J. Kelly (now Goldsbrough Mort and Co.) 98-1 W. A. Jeffery (now A. R. and G. F. Co., Ltd.) 91-2, 90-5 ffm Allison and W. Allison, jr (now Goldsbrough Mort & Co, Ltd) 89-1 James Conley (now Golds brough Mort & Co, Ltd.) 95-6 Augustus C. Conley (now Goldsbrough Mort and Co, Ltd.) 97-3 Goldsbrough Mort and Co, Ltd (Kaleno.) 87-1 Trust and Agency Co of Australia (lessees Sussex.) 96-4 Joseph R. Nailstone (now ...

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A Bicycle for Abyssinia. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 April 1899

A Bicycle for Abyssinia. - Fancy the descendant of the Queen of Sheha on a bicycle ! It certainly sounds a little incongruous, yet it is neverthe less a fact that the Emperor Menelik, of Abyssinia, who claimB this distinguished won as one of his forbears, has ordered a bicycle with all the latest improvements fiom a well-known Coventry firm. One must be in good health to successfully ride a bicycle, for ita expert riding re quires htth. nerve and muscle. One of the healthiest men in N.S.W. is Mr Wil liam Rimer, whose euro byDr Williams' Pink Pills is an extraordinary one. He 8Hys that from 25 to 30 years he suffered fearfully from chronic .diarrhoea in its most virulent form. ' At timet (ho ramsrVs) I wbb affected in a most alurrniiig manner, and notwith standing all rny euro with regard to diet, &£$!?£?** stiSorsd' terribly. I fell nway to a '.igmeia skeleton, grow: voak, lost all confi '?-rvtuHoyfo; my powers, and finally, got so debilitated that after an attack I have bee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIGHT AND SHADE. What Several Women Who Saw Dark Shadows Have to Say. . . [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 April 1899

ligih 'xx.nd saADii, What Several Women Who Saw Dark Shadows Have to Say . . - ' In every shadow Bhe saw a ghcmt.' These words described the condition of a woman driven almost to hys teria by worry. Not by some overwhelming shock, but by the endleBS little irritations of life which wear out the body as tie constant friction of a puhy wears out) the stoutest rope. Them is nothing more firmly settled in medicine than that the fretting inseparable from the home-keeping life of woman strikes at every important part oE the physical machinery ; particularly at the kidneys and adjacent organs. When theao organs go wrong, the heart-beats are irreeular, ami thert- is pain in the breaBt. A bad taste in the mouth and heaviness in th stomneh tell of indigestion. Dots dance before the eyes, and the hand* ami Feet are like lumps of ice. Small wonder is it thnt women bo affl cteil ge nervous and fanciful, and start at shadows. What iB to be done? Let iheso women answer. Mis3 Ross 'Waring, of Sydne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 April 1899

A. fl&undors. Uold Secret Hunt Brooch, 261 Ito. Oold, !/?/-. DUmon.i, J/lo/- and If-S A. Saundora. Ntw Stile Oood-winh Oold Droocb, 1J/8 16o. Oold, M/-. m^'MU A. Saundarc. tlold Love Wrd »nd Chain, B/3. Hr»i-ClMi, Hand- Mule, Solid Gold Weddlni I'-inir a'id Kipper, 5/0. 7/6, 10/-. 16c. Ool-f IW-. F.xtra lleatv, 25/-, 18c. Oold, SO/., SO/., HI-. 211- Send for our Siu C»rd. Jttw Stile Gold Lova Blid u-4 Chain, 10/6. , d^ AMY -^MA * A. Saundors Any Name or Initial Fro. loild Oold, 7/6 Extra Strong. 10/ ISO. Oold, 16/-. ISc. Oold, 20/-. Silver, 3/6. A. taundon. Bold Brooch, Red and 2 Pearls, 20/- J Ike. 27/6, with Diamond! 9/-/-- \ A. lULndcm U«. Gold, Oiuniondn, KubiM n? Sapplii-r«. a,'10/-. A. Saundoro. Oold Mounted IloarV Tu-I; und Chain and Bill, lb/C Without Chaii. and lid!, 12/0. Silver, *;?. All the raje. Poets'- 'Jj: v^coo*-r A. SnuncJcrs. Oold Brooch, I'ujirl .set liinl and Heart Amethyst, 21/.. H,c. fJold. 2/-/-. A. SauncJera. 3 Har l.nrKi. Silo (iolil llrooch Anicthyk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 April 1899

* * COSMOS Photo Studios, - — ?*?* PADULASTERRrt-CE MARSHALL STREET. We have much pleanure in announcing that wo hare «ecurod the eonicoa of a first class operator, and tbe vory highest class of work will be turned out. We guarantee onr clients absolute Batisfao Price8°15s por doz Cabinets Enlargement for nothing Outdoor work, Flashlight Photos, etc. taken at an; time Portraits in Platinotype, , , Silver, _ ? or Cosmotype. Enlargements on Carbon Bromide or Opal finished in black and white, or on water colorB Cosmos Photo za^s^ Studios KINohl and TODD, PROPRIETORS. Government Advertisements. Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 16th March, 1899. FRESH TENDERS are invited for the Ebegtion of a Classroom, Wrightville Public School, near Cobar. For conditions see Govern ment Gazette. Amended plans and specifications may be seen at the School, and at the Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, where tenders will be received up to noon on Thursday, the 6th April, 18,)9. 8a-92. J. A...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 April 1899

By our wires to-day, it will be seen that the irresponsible nominee Cham ber is determined to delay as long as possible an expression of opinion by the people on the agreement arrived at by the Premiers of Australia nnd Tas mania. If tho Oonncil thinks by this moans to extiuguish the Federal flame it is woefullp mistaken. It may suc ceed in driving tho members of the country on a superfluous mission — for they are bound to be returned with no alteration of numbers on the Federal issue — but sooner or later the nominee Chamber must agree tc tho will of the peoplo's representatives, even if the Chamber has to be swamped by a great wave of this nom ineeis-n. At the last general election the issue was Federation, and the Ministerialists and Oppositionists were almost of one mind — the only differ ence being the question of leadership. That point has now been finally settled. The Council asserts that it is backed up by popular opinion, which, it de clares is against the Federal Bill. If ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 April 1899

P. 5NELS0N, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, tc, LINSLEY STREET, COBAE. Patronise P. Snelson, the rooognised Family Baker, where you will got tie best if everything going in hit one. Picnics, Parties, &'l supplied on the ehortes, notice, -and in fuel ever} description of catering Wishes to inform all his frienra that he has re-taken Lie , THREE LHGS l)Ft MAN HOTEL, COOLA'bA'H.';' Vacancies;. VACANCIES for two gentlemen I Boarders. Apply, Mrs. BARKER, I Becker Street. rail' sin I & CO., I General Carriers, and Forwarding I Shipping, Custom House, and CommiBBion Agents Head Office— 72 PHT-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied in Any Quantity tt Reasonable Kates. Wool coo ligned. I JOHN LEAH, 9 Manager, Cobtti. I JJoseplison, I Watchmaker, Jeweller 1 IV'CE'O.A.i.X.IST, I MANPFAQ WEBER [I OIT ALL KINDS OF lHasomc & Oddfellows' Jewel I ADELAJDE-ST., [I DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL OUTTEK. IIPBECIOUS STONES OF EVERY DBSOEIP [I TION ALWAYS IN ST0C£. ..-: BpEOPLE IN THE COTJN'XliY can H...

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