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S.A. Elections. The Federal Referendum. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

S.A. Elections.   The Federal Referendum.   Friday. The general elections for South Australia has been fixed for the 20th instant. On the same date the referendum on the Commonwealth Bill will also be taken.  

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL EXPLOSION. AT GREAT COBAR MINE. A Furnace Bursts. Three Men Injured. Burned With Molten Metal. One Succumbes. Cause of Explosion Doubtful [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

FATAL EXPLOSION. AT GREAT COBAR MINE. A Furnace Bursts. Three Men Injured. Burned With Molten Metal. One Succumbes. Cause of Explosion Doubtful Just as people were about to leave their respective homes for the various places of amusement on Easter Monday morning, shortly after 10 o'clock, an unusual sound from the direction of the Great Cobar Copper mine indi- cated that something of an extraordin- ary nature had occurred. An adjourn- ment to the spot by a representative of this journal was sufficient to con- vince one that an explosion of a very serious nature had taken place. Where Number one jacket stood less than an hour previous was a smouldering heap of debris, including brickwork and ore, over which water gently trickled per medium of an old spout. In fact the whole scene looked just what it was — a perfect wreck. Scattered promis- cuously around were water jackets, broken bricks, slugs of slag, etc. At about 10.15 there were only three men in attendance at this jacket. The r...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Upper House Appointments. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Upper House Appointments. Friday, The names of the new Legislative   Councillors will probably be gazetted to-day. One Minister declares that the nom- inations will be quite sufficient for the purpose the Government has in view. The new members will take their seats at the meeting of parliament on Tuesday next.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fatal Collision. Young Man Killed. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Fatal Collision. Young Man Killed, Friday. Whilst two brothers named Hinde were riding to their home near Bal- ranald yesternight, the youngest, aged 17, crashed into an empty cart which was on the track, with the result that both horse and rider were killed.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Band Sports. GOOD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Band Sports. GOOD ATTENDANCE. Easter Monday morning broke with a cloudy sky, and a wintry wind was blowing. Rain appeared to be fairly plentiful overhead, but unfortun- ately stayed there. Shortly after 10 o'clock the Cobar United Brass Band assembled in Barton street, and marched through the town to the League of Wheelmen's ground, where a fine long programme of mixed sports was gone through. The arrange- ments were principally supervised by Messrs Tomlins and W. Taylor, as- sisted, by other members of the Band. The following members of the League of Wheelmen also gave valuable aid:   — Messrs J. Hunt, Clifton, Everett, Pass, and Duffy. Mr Hunt was the clerk of the track, Mr Duffy judge, Mr Tomlins starter, and Mr Clifton time- keeper. Needless to say general satis- faction was given. If competitors were left on the post or got a bad start it was their own fault. There was nothing exceptionally brilliant in the cycle racing. It resulted in the introduction of two new s...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINAMAN CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

CHINAMAN CAPTURED. We had almost gone to press when the news came to hand that the China- man had been captured by the Gil- gunnia police. The colony has experienced a good general rainfall this week, breaking up the drought in most parts. A lady once asked Charles Reade, the novelist, what would be a good name to give a new pet dog. The author at once replied, 'Tonic' ! for   it is sure to be a mixture of whine, steel, and bark. A match has been made between 'Bob' Fitzimmons, formerly of   Australia, the boxing champion, and Jeffries, the American pugilist, to box 25 rounds at Coney Island Club, New York, on May 25th, for a purse of 20,000dol., (£5000). The great billiard match between Charles Dawson and John Roberts under the new rules of the British Billiard Association is widespread interest in London (where it is being played) and elsewhere. Roberts led it half time and should be in a similar   happy position at the conclusion of the remai...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wesleyan Sunday School Anniversary. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

Wesleyan Sunday School Anniversary. SUNDAY'S SERVICES.     There were monster congregations at the   Wesleyan Church on Sunday last at all three services. In the morning the Rev Mr   Andrews (who is travelling from Wilcannia to Coonamble) occupied the pulpit and con- ducted service. In the afternoon he did like- wise, and preached a sermon specially for the children. Hymns, etc, suitable to the occa- sion were sung. In the evening the Rev Mr. Branch's farewell sermon attracted a large congregation.  

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 — 8 April 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 7.30 and 10 a.m., Benediction 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Father Treacy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A. J. C. Meeting. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

A. J. C. Meeting. Thursday Easter Stakes Parthian ... 1 Chesuey ... 2 St. Clair ... 3 Cumberland Stakes Lee Metford ... 1 Clirion ... 2 Merlnolai ... 3 Hurdle Race Mist ... 1 Wongy ... 2 liitto ... 3 All Aged Stakes Werloolas ... 1 Vigorous ... 2 Hopscotch ... 3 City Handicap Diffidence ... 1 Alamene ... 2 Bellwood ... 3 The Autumn meeting will conclude to-day (Saturday).

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

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SECOND DAY. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

SECOND DAY. Sydney, Monday. Flying Handicap.   Dan O'Connell ... 1 Condiment ... 2 Stand Oft ... . 3 Maiden Stakes. Nuka ? 1 Novada ... ... ... 2 Blue Nobby ... ... 3 Champagne Stakes. .Reviver ... ... .. 1 Beauheu ? . 2 Fuhninata ? 3 Sydney Cup. ' Diffidence ... 1       Ctaiion ... ... 2 Vocalist ... . 0 H Ray 0 0 Dead heat for 1 third; Steeplechase. Echo ? 1 Whitofoot ? 2 Cardigan ? 3 Nursery Handicap. Parthian... . .. ...? 1 Chesney ... . .2 Lauri .. ... ... 3 While running in the Plying Han- dicap at Eandwick this afternoon, Vivian and Lolamino fell. Vivian broke his shoulder and was shot. Conlon, the rider of Lelamine, sus- tained a broken collarbone.

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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 — 8 April 1899

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. Sydney, Saturday. Autumn Stakes. Merloolas ... ... 1 Clarion ; ? ... 2 Woodlark ... ... 3 T-wo- Year-Old Maiden Stakes. Dewey .. .. .1 Sirdar ... .... 2 Cornquist ... . 3 Doncaster Handicap. Yigoious ... 1 Hopscotch ... ... 2 Symuietiy ... . 3 Loger. Johanson ' ? ..'. 1 Bobadil. ' . ... ' .:. 2 Lee Metford 3 Johansen won by about three lengths. Mr Thos. Longworth is largely interested in this horse. High Weight Handicap. Tanner ... . 1 Cordon ... . 2 Loch Long 3  

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Colony's Finances. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 April 1899

The Colony's Finances. Sydney, Tuesday

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 April 1899

a. Remarkable Cure. Many Doctors Fail. \naemia *s General Debility A RADICAL CURE EFFECTED. I ?** S'y*ney .'? Swing A'ewt,' /4/8/9S.) ;. |»V OUR SPECIAL I'.EFOHTKR.) 'I. v..nns!iliy, of 69 Crown-itroet, Svdnty, ....?? .i({ ,b«iu 1:111 ed of ?% Dangerous OomplJoation ??! tilmenta hy Clements Touic, and this ???? ?:-!? come t-i our e»r«, our reporter was -. - ..UyTcoinmixioned to wait on that lady .1 m nbtiiiu. from her own lips t, detailed ? ? : uni 1 of her cut :;ri. liiuhby received the newspaper man 1. -L Liitdiy. ' I ihuuUl iixlcot heungraU ...;. ' aho' stated, 'if I withheld from the ?H-.1-U 'the wl.ola history i.f my illnou and 1 Was Entirely Cured I y CltmenU Tonic, after trying in vain i;i*ny remedina »ud nwny doctors, who gvre I- idm incurable ; in fact, I hkve often - ; ? ? .jhl-'of writing to the pipers myielf j ? if it, with tho hope that other women, ? »ni. buffering us I did fur ye»rs, might '. - huw -Urnants Tonic Mvad mm, ? 1 wwild i»ve them.' ' Will you kindly inform...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 April 1899

A Sydney paper advertisement says ' tbo advertiser wishes to hear of a t «n in New South 'Wales capable of eupponiDg a Lewapaper,' to which a Gonlburn paper replies: — ''We do Dot think there is any individual out aide the walla of a lir atic asylum willing to start a newspappr in any town of New South Wales outside of Sydney, where the two morning jour nals are retained to support freetrade by » subsidy from the Gorernment amounting to a degree of protection exceeding that of any protectionist lOuntry on record.' Our little boy was afflicted with rheumatimn in hia knee ; and at times nnable to put bis foot to the floor. We tried in vain, everything we could hear ot that we thought would help Kim, We almost gave up in despair, ; it hen some one advised ue to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. 'We did B'J and the first bottle gave so much ielief th.t we got a second one, and, to our surprise, it cured him sound iud well. — J. T. Bays, Pastor Chris tian Church, Needesha, Kan. For osle by H....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 April 1899

** COSMOS Pnoto Studios, ^ PADUUSTERRaCE MARSHALL STREET. We have much pleasure in announcing tint we have secured tlifl service? of u first c)a-8 operator, and the very liiglunl 'ela^s of work will be turned out. We - giiaruut'e onr clients absolute aalisfue . tirtn. ' ? ; '???' ,. , Prices 15s per -kz Oiihinets Enlargement for nothing Outdoor work, Flnsliluhl, PhotcB, tto. :?.' , tttken «t an.v time ???-?. Portraits in Platinotype, , , Silver, ?i or Cosmotype. Enlargements on Carbon Bromide nr Opal fiiiehfd in bl'ick nnd white, or on wati v colors ;; Cosmos Photo ^'^^-tp. Studios KING H and TODD, PROPBIKTORS. WELCOME 'q Ooffee Social TO THE Rev. A. and Mrs. Graham IN TUB WESLEYAN CHURCH, — ON ? Tuesday Evening, i8th Inst., Commencing at 8 p.m. Notice. I^HE publio are waiaed against cashing CHEQUE No. 39011 in favor of 4221, dated lat March, for £1G la Id, on tho Com raercial Bank, Nyngan, aignod P. J. KELLY Wanted OVERSEER, ab'o to nssist with store and books. muBt be good with dr...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 April 1899

; ?-?. ;',;,:';;. \L6-D.'iSv:: ?- - ' ;:-?;;.-.? _' - ? Tuuiinmi. In the Houfb of Commons a motion introduced by Mr W. O 'Molly, in favor of compulsory reinstatement of the Irish evicted tenants, was negatived by 197' to 69. Cobar Cycling Carnival May 24. The Bev. A. R. Martin will hold a Church Service at Drysdale on Sunday morning. Mr Copeland intends having another try to get Sunday liquor traffic legal ised. The Upper House of N.S.W. has been ' swamped.' The swamp is one that is full of Reids. Motto of the N.Z. Premier— No sooner ' Sed ' than ' don.',' The Samoan question is a Pacific one, and yet isn't. Weather prophets are so seldom right that it is a question whether the profits justify us in keeping them. Rumoured that Rudyard Kipling is to be made a peer. Does this mean that they want to make him laurato by a left-handed method ? Out of Lyne— The ox- Leader of the opposition. The first of an intended series of betting prosecutions, under a bylaw gazetted 19th January last, ...

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When Other Lips. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 April 1899

When Other Lips. Wheu other lips begin to talk and toll what Bile Beans do in their cases of headache, billiousness, and a number of other ailments — well, you can conoludo that there must bo some merit in them. Bead this case— it comes from Newcastle : ? Mrs Jane Coleman, of Beaufort-itreet, Hamilton, Newcastle said to a reportei : ' For IS years I was in a dclicato Btato of health, my earliest symptoms being violent retching and patm in the head. These were shortly followed by a com plete loss of appetite and restless nights. [ had several of the beet doctors in New castle in attendance on mo, and tried nil kinds of putont medicines, but I could get no real relief. It soomed, too, that what little I could eat I could not digest. Dreadful pains would now and again come in my back and liidneyB, and eepcei ally usder tho shoulder bluilc. Tbe piiin in tho shoulder teemed to stub me liko a knife. To walk merely about the house was bold woik for me, and I nearly nlwnyu felt, nil*. My si...

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TACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 15 April 1899

TAOT; Tact ia born with Borne men and women, and those who have it use their i^ift instinctively. It ia not measured ilike to those who have it. Men poBuess it in different degrees ; while others', again, are wanting in it al together. It is the outcome of in tellectual acid intermental quali fications, and implies possession of clear perceptions, quick imagination, and delicate sensibilities. It is these that give a tactful person his subtle intuition of another's mental pro cesses and modes of feeling, and it was tact and sound reasoning that actuated Mr J. Stewart, 407 Collins »t, Melbourne, Manager of tbe Cam bell's Creek Dredging Co., Oaatle maine, in laying aside prejudice and adopting the use of Warner's Safe Cure when suffering from liver com plaint. He had tbe tact to give cre dence to bis friends' experience. Now he writes : ' I have used War ner's Safe Cure for some time for my liver, and find it superior to anything that could be obtained. I am fully, convinced it iB a s...

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