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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
MUICIPAL DISTRICT OF COBAR. Election of Aldermen and Auditors. ELECTION of Aldermen to fill the ' ! facancies of three Aldermen — Messrs r William Joseph Hogan, Henry John . Cornish, and Michael Joseph Duffy — I who retire under the provisions of the , Municipalities Act of 1897, and are \ [ eligible for ro-olection. Election of i Auditors to fill the vacancies of two j j laditors — Mepsrs 'William Williams j »nd John Harcourt Fallick — who re ? fire under the provisions of the Muni cipalities Act of 1897, and are eligible for re-election. Nominations of candidates must be given to tho Council Clerk or Mayor, ? on or before tho 80th day of January, : 1899. The election will bo held in the ! Council Chambers on Tuesday, 7th I ! Jay of February, 1899, at 12 (noon.) i] EDWIN JAMES, : Mayor and Returning Officer. I Cobar, Jan. 14, 1899.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
Municipal District of Cobar. Tenders. Tenders are invited returnable January 18, 1899, at G p.m., for work in Hareourt-st., Cobar. Full particu lars may be obtained on application to the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be endorsed tender for Haroourt-street. By Order. JOHN LEAH, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, Jan. 18, 1899. Notice for Probate. In the Supreme court of New South Wales. — Probate jurisdiction. In the will of James Lyons, late of Cobar, in the colony of New South Wales, caretaker, deceased. Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the above-named deceased may be granted to Julia Lyons, widow of the said deceased, the Executrix named in the said Will. Proctor, WILLIAM JOSEPH HOGAN, Barton-street, Cobar. ?ill 9 n 9 m D lip -lnfiBv The Eminent Eye and Ear Specialist, WHO ia now settled in Bourko may be consulted for the cure of Granu lated Ejolidf, Cataracts, Scale...
P. and S. P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
P. and S. P. Board. The annual meeting of the Board of Directors under the Pastures and Stock Protection Act, was held at Mr Cotton's office last week. Present : Messrs Oakden (Chairman), Wallace, Geo. Tulloh. P. J. Kelly, M. J. Brown, Rodier, Bryce, Officer and Mr J. Cotton (Secretary.) The annual report was as follows : — Gentlemen, — The rates of Assess- ment struck by you in May last (al- though at a much lower rate than usual), have proved quite sufficient for the expenditure, and your balance- sheet i-\. tue pist ^eu e ideiiuib j, ay sa ficui^ sUlo oi ^e In 'ulOj l.'ue rjveuau us suowo, coiiiu]0.ri.;«.i, v,ii,h a cicilit balniiLo ut h' Jjou iti D.U1K 01 Xjiil II- J.I, 1,o . tYulOll .MIS. 1UI 10 I iltlxi JJlUbvD lu ,JL Ii IU U=J3OuieUt made oE 6a lei jjoi 1 0 ou Jju,lo0 Stock, and 6J per 100 on blieop, yieldmo an amount of iiJ8b Oa 4d, to gettiu wich la amouuc of 73 tid ui leaLS of a sessmeiit Jtui tho piovious jear, ina j. nity o Oon-iuiiiiiiic sub sidy of i '0 7s 2 t ui livin...
Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
Local and General Another Attack. — Mr C. A. Mit- chell, of the Maupone Hotel, had another attack of illness last week, but we are pleased to report that he has since recovered considerably. Stock Inspector. — During Mr Cot- ton's absence in Sydney travelling permits will be issued by Mr Philip Oakden, of Lerida, or any of the sheep directors. Applications for certifi- cates for the removal of starving stock can be addressed to Mr Cotton at the Stock Branch, Department of Mines, Sydney. On Holiday. — On Wednesday morn- ning Dr C. H. E. Lawes left Cobar for a month's holidays, which he pur- poses spending in Sydney and the mountains. Mrs Lawes, it will be remembered, left about three weeks' previous. During the doctor's absence his patient will be attended to by Dr Turkington, who arrived in Cobar by Monday's train. Illness. — Mrs Skewes, propriet- ress of the Young Australia Hotel, at Wrightville, who has been very ill during the last few days, is now on a fair way toward recovery, ...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
MINING. Mr W. G. Spence, M.P., has been noticed that Mr Dennis Keogh, of Mt. Drysdale, has been granted assistance from the Prospecting Vote at the rate of 15s per foot for sinking present shaft another 40 feet. &nbsp; &nbsp; Messrs Fox and Gabriel Faull, mine managers, have returned from their holidays. Mr Louis Janin, it is reported, is about to return to America. A breakdown of the Mount Drysdale machinery occurred on Thursday morning and will cause a delay of seven days or so. The Occidental mill is idle for want of water. Advantage is now being taken of the dry state of the tank to enlarge same, so that when this is completed the mine will be less affected by long spells of dry weather. Generally mining matters are very quiet.
Assault Cases. TWO FURTHER CHARGES. OBRAY AND HAMILTON BEFORE THE COURT. Before Mr. Brown, P.M., and Messrs Mathews, Morrison, and Cornish. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
Assault Cases. TWO FURTHER CHARGES. OBRAY AND HAMILTON BEFORE THE COURT. Before Mr. Brown, P.M., and Messrs Mathews, Morrison, and Cornish. On Monday morning, at the local police court, George Obray (on bail) was charged with assaulting Alfred Maybury while the latter was assisting Constable McAulay. A remand was asked for. Mr Hogan, who appeared for ac- cused, asked that Obray be taken by the police to the Hospital, where Maybury was, for the purposes of identification. The Bench agreed to this, and accused was remanded for 8 days. The Bench granted bail — self in £80 and two sureties of £40 each — which was immediately forthcoming. George Hamilton was then charged with assaulting Harry Pressick, with intent to commit grievous bodily harm on the night of Decomber 25. Mr Hogan appeared for accused. Sergeant Nies gave evidence as to arrest; accused told the witness he knew nothing about the arrest till the next day, and said about the time the assault was supposed to have taken place...
Cobar P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
Cobar P. and A. Society. The annual meeting of the Cobar P. and A. Society was held at the Grand Hotel on Friday afternoon of last week. Present : Messrs Oakden (Chairman), Kinkead, James, Brown, G. Tulloh, Wallace, Musgrove, Ban- nister, Cotton, Todd, Padula, Welsh, Rodier, Hill, Hunter, Edgar, Bryce, Kelly, Officer and Stevenson. The Secretary read the Committees' annual report, which was as follows : — Ladies and Gentlemen, — The eleventh annual show of our associa- tion was held on Wednesday and Thursday, 8th and 9th June, and your committee have much pleasure in pre- senting the annual report accompanied with statement of receipts and expen- diture for the past year. From the Treasurer's report you will learn that our financial position is satisfactory, and the annual show, considering the drought we have had to contend with, was certainly satis- factory and the attendance good. The number of entries were quite equal to last year, and the sheep sec- tion well represented. We re...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
In the list of voluntary seques- trations appears the name of James Glasheen, of Cobar. The improvements to the court house are to be gone on with, and tenders will be called next month. The Rev. A. Martin is at Nymagee making arrangements for the opening of the new church. On Sunday he will hold services there at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
MINING BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
MINING BUSINESS. No Miners' Rights issued 338 Business licenses 20 Gold mining leases applied for 34 Mineral leases 3 Mining tenements 98 Mining leases received for execution 54 Transfers of residence areas regis- tered 30 Registrations in surveyed tenement registered 23 Registrations unsurveyed tenement registered 57 Other miscellaneous registrations 110 Applications for suspension of la- bour on mining leases 72 Revenue Total moneys received by C.P.S £1374 11 7 Total moneys received by Mining Registrar 561 1 6 Total moneys received by Crown Land Agent 1375 10 1 £3311 3 2 The following are the births, deaths and marriages for the year : — Births 217, males 102 and females 115 ; deaths 78, males 48 and females 30; &nbsp; marriages 47.
Petty Sessions Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
Petty Sessions Trans - actions.. The following Court House sta- tistics have been kindly supplied to os by Mr A. B. C. Burke, C. P. S. The amount of fines imposed by the Cobar Police Court during the year was £234 17s 6d. The statistics are for 1898 :— No. Police charges dealt with 359 Summons cases 224 Committals for trial 7 Municipal appeals 30 Auctioneers' Hawkers' and Coach licenses granted 31 Licensing Court applications 85 Cases tried at Quarter Sessions 8 Bankruptcy cases 11 District Court cases 17 Small Debts Court cases 305 , , Executions 33 , , Garnishees 23 Bills of sale registered 6 Tobacco licenses issued 56 letters received 3230 , despatched 5220 Electors' Rights issued 515 &nbsp; Applications for Electors Rights &nbsp; made through the post 84 Electoral Revision courts held 13 , Lists compiled 15 , , issued for exhibition at Post Offices and Court Houses 475 Objections made to names on Elec- toral rolls 32 Intestate estates dealt with 5 Income Tax appe...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
CRICKET. The disputed cricket cup match be- tween the Copper Mine and Half- Holiday was commenced on Tuesday. The mine scoring was very heavy, which their opponents say was due to the fact that for the greater part of the time the Half Holiday team only had 8 men in the field. Fol- lowing are the scores : — Copper Mine. Gilligan b Leiper 54 &nbsp; O'Dea b Waghorn 26 &nbsp; Lanyon c McDonald b Waghorn 11 &nbsp; Ager c Hunt b Waghorn 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; Ward b Hunt 68 J McLaughlin c Hunt b Waghorn.... 8 Ryan b Leiper... 22 &nbsp; &nbsp; Lane b McDonald ........... 38 &nbsp; Field c and b Hunt...... 13 Conolly not out 10 D McLaughlin c Leiper 0 &nbsp; Sundries 33 &nbsp; Total ... ... ... 284 Half-Holiday Cupit b McLauqhlin 9 &nbsp; Waghorn not out 2 &nbsp; McDonald c Field b Conolly 1 &nbsp; Gandy b Conolly 0 &nbsp; &nbsp; Sundries 1 &nbsp; Total, three wickets fo...
The Goodna Murder ARREST OF WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 14 January 1899
The Goodna Murder. ARREST OF WILSON. At the end of last week another sensation occurred in Brisbane, owing to the mysterious disappearance of a boy named Hill, who left his home on December 10 last, and had not since been heard of. On Sunday last the body of the boy, Alfred Stephen Hill, was discovered, and it showed signs of death by a brutal murder. It is be- lieved he was enticed into a paddock, where he was criminally assaulted and then shot through the head. Suspicion has since centred on a man named Edward Leighton Cairns Wilson, who had since shipped as a passenger on the Yarrawonga for Lon- don. Wilson was arrested at Albany on Tuesday last, and charged with committing an unnatural offence on Henry Bates, in Queensland in Octo- ber last. He was remanded for seven days ponding the arrival of the war- rant which had been issued at Ips- wich.
Dante's Drinks. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899
Dante's Drinks. Those'' people wlw Imil clri-ilci from Profrtior Danto'a marvellous bottle wero ?oinewhat turprisod when the conjurer smashed the riwel, Io tea u guinea pig issuingtherefroni. One surprisPil gentlemun in nnrticulnr it Air Carl Mont McCrov. of 201 George et, Sydney, who wns absolutely astounded at tho bencilcial effects ho ox perienoed from Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pule People. Ho sufioreel sererely for a lonp porind from severe kidney troubles, together with ft weak heart. 'But siy hum ..f T)r Willinms' Pink Pills for Pale People cured me,' mud he, ' and tlmt was after I hud been alrnnded by dm-tJw in ruin and tried tererul different sorts of modieinoi lly heart tronble was, 1 supp-uje, I he must ?erious. I used to bo seized with vioUnt upaaniB in the left breast, wliirli neaily doubled me up in agony. After these iita 1 would bo punting and quito exhausted, nnd my heart would palpitate frightfully lor more than half an hour. In addition to thiB I had a lot of tro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899
WE DON'T ADVERTISE — O— FOB — O — I $fs- BABIlfi ! # 6 Tf H Y * j NOR DO WJS ADVERTISE Fi.»R ^f^HB. fientlemen only But we uLVurliao fur Hjk beueiit of over; ! nun, woiiiun and child, 'lhererore ?j j.nuse one moment, study your own j [ interests, uud — i ^^^w-^READ THIS. i If yuu would lo.ik tieat uuout the foe I just ; go to Bilker's, in J.iiiMej-Sireot, where j you cun obiain j GENUINE IARGAINS We have in Stock eoine beuutit'uL uud up to date American, Knglish and oilier im ported Boots and Shoes, winch cannot fail lo please the nr.oat fastidious. Ladies' Evening Shoes ? 2 6 „ One Bar Evening Shoes ... 2 11 ladies' Ked Oxford Walking Shoes 4 6 ,, Fino Leather ,, 3 6 Ladies' White Canvas Shoes, with ! Eid Strappings ? 3 6 j „ Two Bar White Canvas Shoes 3 6 /) Children's White (Junvas Shuea £r«m 2 0 j Infant's Shoes from ? 1 0 ;.j Men's Balmorals from ? 3 6 „ Bluchera ? 2 11 Bicycle Shoes, Tan or Black, best quality ? ... 5 9 i Men'* Tun Balmorals, good value 6 ti j Pinet's Court Sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899
BALANCE-SHEET — OF ? COBAR UNITED BRASS BAND_^-^ Receipts. £ b. d. Balance in Bank, Dec. 1897 4 11 Playing in street ? 49 o 3 „ for troupes, &c. . . 17 10 6 Hon. members' contributions 2 2 0 Donatious . . . . . . 15 0 Members' Subscriptions . . 8 10 Procoeds from Sports . . 23 3 3 „ , playing in Park 15 8 Playing two days at Snow 18 0 0 „ Masouic funeral ... 3 3 0 ,, Eight Hour sports 10 0 0 Bohemian benefit ... .. 5 11 9 £142 18 6 Expenditure, £ a. d. Bandmaster's salary ... 29 18 0 Torch boys ? 3 18 0 Paling & Co. on instruments 35 17 6 Yoik Hep instrument ... ...15 0 Piinting ? 3 4 0 Rent of Masonic Hall ? 8 8 0 Kerosene, &c ? ... 3 4 O Sports expenses ? 8 12 0 Wages for Bandsmen ? 26 10 0 Fares to show ground ? 2 0 0 Incidental orponses ... ... 3 0 0 Outstanding account ... ... 3 14 6 Balauco in Commercial Bank... 13 7 6 £142 18 6 T. TOMLINS, Hon. Seoretary. Audited and found correct, \\. PONSONBYJ k'd-t0Ta Preliminary Notice. COBAK * BRASS BAND A Concert...
The Samoan Crisis. LATEST PARTICULARS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899
The Samoan Crisis. LATEST PARTICULARS. Sydney, Friday. In connection with the blooddnen nt Samoa through German action in support of Mutaafa, it now transpires that Captain Sturdoe, of tho warship Porpoisn. resound tho vonn' Tfinc Mnliotou from tho Tivoli Hotel, whore he was surrounded, and convoyod him to the mission ground un der the British flag. Ho will remain un der its protection pending the vindication of his own and his followers' rinhta Strained relations continue betw- en the British and Amorican representatives and the Germans.