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Democratic Troubles In Russia. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Democratic Troubles in Russia. Friday. Tho spre.id of sccinl democracy is causing serious labour troubles in Russia. At one place, where a strike disturb* anco occurred, the troops wero called out, and 100 stnkors arrested.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Seed Wheat. Uitlanders' Petition. Friday. LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Seed \Vheat. Friday. The distribution of seed wheat to any digfrcpfjpd fanner dogs nqt exceed £20 worth'. ? Uitlanders' Petition. LONDON, TirrBSDAT The Govornqr of Cape Colony has forwarded to Mr Chamberlain thoUit landerg' petjtipn to U)e Queen, as adopted at a recent meeting in ijoban ne.-iburg. The London ' Times ' anticipates important consequonces, declaring that it will bo impossible for the Imperial Government; to jg|)orp tb,o Uitkndors' representation.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

SyuNEr. Tuesday. I lio,,returns of revenue and expenditure fur the quarter ended .March 31st, wore i;«ued this afternoon. They show the revonuo to have been £2,253,529, compared with .Bi, 298,075 for the same quarter of Jaafc year, being a decrease of £39,546. The p imipal decreases woro : Land tax £77,5G2, inonetax £22,921, stamps .£15,273, pas toral occupation .£3,885. Tho principal in creases wore: Custoni9 £16,965, excise £7,598, land sales £15,772, railway £42,223, post office £7,572. Tho expenditure -was £2,591,063. The revenue for the past nine months wna £6,935,510, showing an increase of £225,116 on the figures for tho some period - f last year. Tho disbursements for last quarter from loans wore : Works £542,212, repayment of loans £188,500 ; total £730.' 7i3. ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trial of Kelly. Verdict of Manslaughter. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Trial of Kelly. Verdict of Manslaughter. 1 Friday. The pry, at the t ja! of Michael Kelly, thargod with tho murder of Maria. Flynn, relumed a verdict of manslaughter, after deliberating only a few minutes, The passing of sentence has been deferred.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

A Magistrate's Opinion. Proves Clements Tonic A Genuine Remedy; The Case of John j. Fitrpatrick, Esq., J.P. [Fromthe' Windsor {If.S.W.) Gazette.') (BT OCR SPECIAL EKFOIlTEIi.) Mr. Fitzpatrick is one of the oldest and best-known residents of Windsor. Formerly Inspector of Police, he hns long since given up that position, snd now HveB in retirement at Windsor. A reporter from the (iazrtlr ollice noticed in the: drawingroom testimonials and ilium noted addresses clearly showing the rus|:uct:in which he was held by both the m n under him and by local residents. Our reporter questioned Mr. Fitzjmtrick al out His illness and cure, and was 'fuvour- 3} ly re'oeived. ' I suffered, 'replied Mr. Fitzpatrick, 'from in»ny tjiinge,' though I believe those suffer-' in,.* were But all symptoms of one and ,the same disorder.' ' And what was that ?' ' [-iver complaint, and complicated by neuralgia. 'Jhat Troubled Me. a Good Deal. X- uralgia is hut the cry of a nerve for lii'tlor mood, and unless tbe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

The Work Goes On. Cobar People are Interested — It; has much to do with the welfare of our people. .Nover out of work. That's the case with the kidneya. Twenty-four hours to tho day is the time they put in. They're equal to it when they're well. But they get sick, Stooping positions of tho body Often makes the kidneys siok. But the work must go on. Thoy need a holper. They ask you for it through tho back. Whon the back aches it's tho kidneys Calling for assistance. Neglect their petition and trouble follows. Serious trouble, urinary trouble, diabetes, Bright's disease. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are kidney helpers. Porfect mechanics in their line: Holp tlio kidneys and euro their ills. Hard at it liort in Cobar Kelieving tired kidneys, curing aick ones. The good work goes on. Mr Willinm Lay, of Macquario-atreot, Dubbo, gives us this brief but conolusivo testimony : — ' I lmve lived for somo years in Dubbo. For a considerable time I suf fered from an uching buck brought on, I have ...

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After a Chinaman. COBAR POLICE AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

After a Chinaman. COBAR POLICE AT WORK. On Wednesday morning Sergeant Nies received a wire respecting a Chinaman who was wanted by the Hillston police, on an alleged charge of the attempted manslaughter of a fellow Chinaman. Constable Ballan- tyne, accompanied by the tracker, left immediately on the hunt, and have been out ever since. When the children were reported lost on Thursday, Sergeant Nies had some difficulty in obtaining another tracker.

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Sporting. Although the cricket match on Good Fri-   day was a leading attraction for townspeople over 100 persons attended the Cobar race     course, where the races were run off. The     first was a nut'iv- wiurry for a quarter of a     mile for which ten horses started.         J Hunt'H T in n- w-i- cn.y, Hair's ABC. ItoiiK nee .ml. and J M Serfs Strirebmlci-r third. The second hurry-scurry was f--i- mlf a miK and ii tluit rare Sb'ire'iroker itroved too ma. y for his opponents j TTunt'n T mmy whu Herond. and B. air's Vrtu.iau thirl. Seven horse* xtirt-d in this r.ice. Then a long di.-iCinoe r.tee took plmo, biin^ called the two mile gallop. Six )iiMse.- started althoug'i only four finished. Auger's KUfane win first, Hunt's Tommv secondhand Budd's Ailio third. This was what might bo termed a two h-»r3e race, the only two ' in it' being the f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

That much vexed question of Crown witnesses' expenses at Coroner's in- quests has been emphasized again this week. At the inquest into the origin of the fire at the Great Western mine, a number of working miners were summoned to give evidence, and when the enquiry was over, and they sought some remuneration for the loss of time they were told that they would   have to sign various documents and make application to the Coroner, who in his turn would make application to someone else, and by the time any money might be obtained the value of such money would almost be eaten up in shoe leather. Why is it that the Coroner is not empowered to pay wit- nesses their expenses in the same simple way that he re-imburses jurors. The loss is as great to one as it is to the other, and should a witness fail to attend the court he may be arrested on a warrant. Altogether, it is rather a pretty state of affairs — viewed from one side only, of course. We under- stand that in January last ...

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Fire at the Great Western Mine. Sydney Annual Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Fire at the Great Western Mine. On Saturday evening shortly after tea time a fire broke out at the Great Western Mine. It appears that the one building in use as an office, manager's residence, forage room, and blacksmith's shop. It was in the latter place that the fire was first noticed and in a very short space of time the p!aco was demolished. Mr Foran (the manager) only saved what he stood up in. The only contents of the iron safe which defied the flames were several A.J.S. Bank notes and some silver. The notes were much charred though. Mr MacInierney (managor of the Ocoidental cyanide works) was also a heavy loser, owing to the fact that he had many of his house- hold utensils, valuable books, etc., stored on the premises during his wife's absence in Sydney. Mrs Maclnierney only returned from Sydney a few days ago, and they in- tended moving the boxes in a few days. However fortune was against them, and everything was demolished, including valu- able papers. We sympathise with ...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Local and General Land Board. — The next sitting of the Local Land Board will be held on June 21, at 9.30 a m., and the following day. Police Forage. — Messrs Wright, Heaton and Co. were the successful tenderers for forage for the police stations at Cobar and Mount Drysdale. Typhoid. — We are pleased to state that the four typhoid patients in tho Hospital are progressing very favourably, and also that no fresh cases have been reported. New Wesleyan Minister. — We under- stand that the new Wesleyan Minister for Cobar, Mr Graham, intends taking unto himself a wife at Bathurst on Tuesday next and will probably arrive here for the follow- ing Sunday's services. Sports Settling — The settling in connec- tion with the recent Band sports took place at Mrs Barrass' Criterion Hotel on Tuesday   evening when there was a good attendance. The various cheques were paid over. The   band will have about £20 from the sports and social. Promoted.— We are pleased to report t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lost in the Bush. A NIGHT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Lost in the Bush. A NIGHT OUT   On Wednesday last two of Mrs Page's children, at the Four Mile, on Nyngan road, were sent out in the bush looking for goats. One was a boy of 9 years, and the other a girl of 11. The children found the goats but lost themselves, and during the night their parents and those at home were in a great state of anxiety. The children travelled all day and camped with the goats at night. Word was left at the police station about 12.30, and Sergeant Nies and a black- tracker were quickly on the hunt. However, the children struck a fence in the morning and drove the goats along in the same direction. An older sister found them about 2 o'clock, and took them home. The little ones looked none the worse for their night's experience, which speaks volumes for their physical strongth.  

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Telegrams. SYDNEY Terrible Havoc of the Drought. Coglan's Computation Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Telegrams. SYDNEY Terrible Havoc of the Drought. Coglan's Computation   Friday. Coglan has issued preliminary tables giving the agricultural and livestock statistics of the colony, showing the terrible havoc of the drought. The wheat yield only showed an average yield of seven bushels to the acre. Maize and oats yields are very poor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

MINING.. Although mining in the Cobar dis- trict is at present at a standstill, the work of erecting additional machinery, etc., goes on steadily. At no mine, however, has this pleasing feature such a prosperous prospect as at the Occi- dental. In addition to the three leeching vats erected in the latter part of last year, the company have now well under weigh two additional vats each of 100 tons capacity. This will almost double the work of the cyanide plant with not much additional expense. Alongside the mill on this mine has also been erected a cistern for supply- ing the cyanide plant, with a holding capacity of 16,000 gallons. When rain does come, the arrangements for the supply of water to both the mill and cyanide plant will now be com- plete. As we have stated in these columns previously the large tank has been enlarged, until its capacity now is about twelve million gallons, which places it in the position of second to Lake O'Gorman. Under ordinary circumstances, and when t...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

BREVITIES. Rain. Elsewhere.     Easter over.   A lively week. Masonic Hall riot.   Diffidence won the Cup. Vigorour won the Doncaster.   School of Arts meeting next Tuesday.   Monday was a somewhat a wintry day.     Mr.Geo. Grey returned to Cobar this week. No previous Prince of Wales has been a grandfather. District Court Judge Gibson has been appointed to the Supreme Court Bench. Premier Reid and family spent their Easter holidays at Lake Mac- quarie. The Victorian revenue for the year shows a surplus of a quarter of a million.           Wellington is going ahead. There is a boom in hotels, and houses are at a premium.     Mr Carruthers thinks the pastor- alists will lose £10,000,000 during the present drought. The new road being constructed by   the Great Cobar Copper Syndica...

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How to Sleep Well [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

How to Sleep Well.   Hot weather brings in its train, among a lot of other disagreeable ailments and afflictions, insomnia. A hot night, a too   heavy meal, a little extra worry, and, lo and behold, the goddess Sleep refuses to visit our bedside. A panacea, Bile Beans fortunately now changes all this sort of       thing. The weather may be hot, a good square meal eaten, and regular work done with perfect ease. After the use of this   world-famed remedy, Insomnia becomes a thing of tho past.; 'Ouroa on every' hand attost this, and attest the' fact tlint other ailments. 'Suchras Biliousness, Siok and Noi'voua Headache, Iudigestiou, C'ousti pation, Piles, Female Weakness, lJ«lo ?aeed Girls, Irrogtilantios, Bad Ureath; Pimples, Blotches, Dizziness. All -Liver and Kidnoy Troublos, Dyspepsia, .ii car t palpitation, Pain in Back and -ide, Pul jeso after eating, Luck' of PhyeioalToue, Heavtburn, and {that i Tired ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Departure of Mr Branch. LAST WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Departure of Mr Branch. LAST WORDS. At the conclusion of the 'after   meeting' in the Wesleyan Church on Monday evening a few words relative to Mr Branch's departure were spoken. The Rev Mr Andrews delivered a short speech in saying 'good-bye' to the   Rev F. J. Branch. He said he thought he uttered the sentiments of the whole congregation when he prayed that God's blessing would rest upon them both in the years to come. At the invitation of Mr Simon, the Rev F. J. Branch delivered a short address. He said that some years ago he remembered attending a Salvation Army meeting in Sydney, when a brother was called on to give his ex- perience. The fellow jumped on to the floor and said, 'Now, my friends,   I'm going to say something before I begin to spake.' (Laughter.) The man came from Scotland — or Corn- wall. (Laughter.) That evening he felt much the same as that Army man, although he could not express himself so easily. He regretted that, owing...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

THE PICNIC.       In accordance with an 0ld custom in con- nection with the school a picnic was held in the Cobar Park, on Monday. From early morn all was activity in connection with this fixture, and at about 10-30 there was a very long procession of Sunday School Children wending their way to the Cobar Park behind   the school's banner borne by two of the children. During the day the usual games and pastimes were indulged in, while there were eatables of every description in abund- ance. As the day wore on the crowd in the     park increased, until in the afternoon there must have been fully 500 children alone there. The weather was cold and rain threatened, but unfortunately it did not fall In the Wesleyan Church the same evening   the usual AFTER MEETING was held, when again the seating accommo- dation was all taken up. Mr. D Simon occupied the chair, and a programme contri- buted to by th...

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Disturbance at a Social. THE RESULT. ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Disturbance at a Social. THE RESULT. ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. While the social in connection with the Cobar Brass Band was in progress on Monday evening, several men, un- der the influence of liquor, effected an entrance and a disturbance ensued. The result was four arrests. On Monday morning the Cobar Court House was crowded. The men ar- rested were George Obray, Tom Obray, John Penderghast and John Gregson. Mr Brown, P.M., and P. Mathews, J.P., occupied the Bench. The first person charged was GEORGE OBRAY. He was charged with assaulting Wm. Taylor, a bandsman, in the Masonic Hall the previous evening. Wm Taylor gave evidence. He said that about 9.20 a disturbance oc- curred in the hall. He saw George Obray and Tom Obray there. Witness was standing on the platform when he saw what was like a woman fainting, and a perambulator upsetting. He said to George Obray — 'Hello George,   what's the matter?' Tom Obray then   hit him and knocked him down, caus- ing ...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

INQUEST. An inquest into the cause of death of John Samuel Richards was com- menced in the Court House on Wed- nesday. The following jury were sworn in : — P. Mathews, S. Riley, R. Kinkead, H. Clifton, S. R. Wood, (foreman) J. Andrews, H. Edgar, J. M. Scott, Geo. Thomas, S. Doughty, Thomson, and M. Lamrock. After the jury had viewed the body, the Coroner gave an order for its in- terment and the inquest was adjour- ned until Thursday morning. On Thursday when the inquest was commenced, Mr Hogan announced that he appeared on behalf of the syn- dicate, while Mr Godfrey watched the case on behalf of the Mines Depart- ment. Dr C. H. Lawes, mine doctor, was the first witness called. He said he was sent for about 10 a.m. on Easter Monday, to go to the mine, where an accident had occurred. Found de- ceased lying on the ground a short distance from the exploded water- jacket. Had him removed to accident room where he (witness) attended to his injuries. Found him to be suffer- ing from exten...

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