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By Bile Beans' Use. MIRACLES ARE PERFORMED. OLD THEORIES ARE EXPLODED. AILMENTS LONG CONSIDERED HEREDITARY. ARE POSTIVELY CURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

By Bile Beans' Use. MIRACLE5! ARE X'ERFORMED. OLD THEOKlEd ARE EXPLODED. AILMENTS LONG CONSIDERED ? HEREDITARY. ARE P0ST1VEL1' CUBED. An illustration from a Sydney resident of what « low-pricod preparation is capable of doing when the ingredients are right. Mr Prpduriok Marks, of Park Road, Moore l'nrk, Sydnoy, said : ' Some time since I . Hutferod severely from attacks of biliousnm und sick headaches. 1 hive not the slight n4i rlniiM hliiii. t.io e i nri Hicol aiifferinff? vero caused ndireclly by he war in, ?noist weather, which we find no trying in Sydnoy during the summer months. As time wont on and tho wea thor grow hotJ 'ter, the bili sailed me roguhily ; in fact every three days found me unable O attend to my busi ness tho hoaduehos and dizzinoas being so bad ' that I could not road uiy papers, tho type dancing in a confused jumble before inv eyes. Thon too, my rest wa3 disturbed ; ni»ht afte.- night I would toss about, getting only an hour or so's sleep at a timo. In the mor...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

The Teacher's Report. A Criterion for Others. DON'T SPEN^A SHILLING. FOR LIVER MEDICINE Until You Have Triad ' . Warner's Safe Cure. , Mr Q-. M. Hassing, Teacher, Had don Bush, Southland, N.Z. 1/3/9S, rends the following report: — '1 nm I'leused to . estify to the great benefit I have derived from Warner'n Safe Cure, when a few year* ago ] was suffering from kidney diiorrlpr. From Mr C. H. Miicaiipter, Ctipmist. Invoieargill, I obtained my last case -f Warner's Safe Curp, and it coni \ letely restored joe and put me in graad form.' This is just whnt thousands h^vp previously expcriem-erl, and no mpdi cino before the public to- Inv curt show such an nn-uy of irdis| utable proofs of its power to enro kidnt-y aud liver disease.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

P, 5NELS0N, BAKER, C0NFJCCT10N1CR, fa., LINSLEY STREET, COBAK. Patronise P. Snelson, the rocogniBed Family Bukur, where you will got tho best if oretj thing going in his ono* ? Picnics, Parties, ow.t supplied »n the shortun, notiio, and in foot everj description of catering ciecutod, ' darco-nit Street,' ? COBAB. PROPRIETORS. MINE ORDERS A SPECIALITY. Agents for Hand Drill and Rack-a-' Hock f o., and' all mining requisites. Caalr Buvpra of scrati cisfcines. Agent for KlpnJ yke Gold Dishes and Auralin— a godJaend to mine -managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made : & co.; General Carriers, and Forwarding' Shipping, Custom : ' House, and ' CoinuJiBBion' Agents , Head. Offiik-?2':: 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY' Produce supplied hi Any Quantity! at Kea»bnabl6 Bales;' ?; 'Wool con-; signed. i JOHN,0LEAH, ; ' Manu'g'eri'Cbbar. ; J. Josephson5 Watchmaker, Jeweller AND OP ALI! KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., . -BSAflil.-: DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL CUTTEK: PBEOIOT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

DAftPI-TS, - B&utSTEAOS - ftftli) - BIDING AND WHERE TO GET IT, A. HiLL AND COMPANY, COENER GEOKGE AND LIVERPOOL STBEET3. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, In Tapestry and Plush, Couch, Pair Emj Chairs, and Four Curved Choirs, for £4 JOb. 50 others, 5, 10 to 20 guineas, al, HALLS. BEDROOM SUITE, Walnut Color. Wardrobe, Plote- glass Door and Drawers, PucIiisb Chest Drawers, with glass aftauheil, Marble-top Wash stand, Towel Uuil and Cuno Chair, £6 15s. 30 Bedroom Suites to select from. DINING-ROOM SUIl'E, Very Strong All Spring-salted and Padded Back Chairs, 6 guineas. 20 others, 7, 12 and 20 guineas, at HALL'S FULL SiZlO HALF-TESTER BED STEAD, Brass Bail, Double-wirc Mattress, and Set Best Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bedsteads to select from ut HALL'S -A.. TZAJUJL, &- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, 561, 5G3, 565 and 567 GEORGE-ST. Country Orders packed free. New Illustrated Furnishing Guide Post Free. (ESTABLISHED 1891.) BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PREMIER WATCHMAKER &am...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Seasonable Jingle. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

A Seasonable Jingle. Three choors for Sturdy Sturdee, Three uheore for Admiral .Kautz — Tho Uiiiou Jack ami tho Stars and Stripes They're Just the beBt of Sorts. Pour times they've mot aud battled, And twioo as mortal foes An-? twice ngain as old-tiino friends To othor foos oppose. They met in the rebellion, And then in Madison's wax, A3 enemies sworn to weild the sword Two sacred onuses for. And they mot iu tho later fifties, As they liavo at Apia now, And tho French aud English stormed in vain The Taku forts aud '.'Chow.' The British turs wore weary, 'Twas.war on sea and land, When a Yankoo crow from a Yankee ship Came down and took a hand. ' ' One tongue ono purpose' served them, ? They fought and won the day : j'And Nelson-like -when signalled back i Just looked tho other way. As then as now at Apia, The nations storm in vain ; The Gorman soos what others see — The Jack and Stripes are twain. M'Kinley may 'rogret' it, And Salisbury follow suit — In spite of diplomatic talk Kautz...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

1 1 6S1T1M HOTFX. i Cornishtown, ? COBAR. MRS. - E. - BARRASS, PROPRIETRESS, ? ? THE aboro Hotel has beon Fitted and Furnished Newly Throughout, and Thoroughly Renovated. Patrons will find every Comfort and Convenience combined witn attention. Tho Propri treBS will always endeavour to give utmost Satisfaction to hor Customers acd oolioils tho patronage of tho public. — imioeo- ? ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF BEERS AND SPIRITS 8TO0KED. TAIIflRlNP From Paris and London. W TAILOR AND MERCER, TAILORING ? Baker's Buildings, LINSLBT ST., COBAE. For HIGH QUALITY and LOW PRIOB MANCHIN ia without equal. ? o ? GENTLEMEN'S SUITS PROM £2 IBs. TROUSERS FROM 16s 6d. Latest Patterns and Cut. LADIES ABE REQUESTED TO TRY MANCHIN'S TAILOR MADE COSTUMES ? ]o[ ? Call and see MANCHIN'S high-class goods, And Don't Forget to have a Look at his KALLOSCOPIO VIEWS. Notice. THE Anoient Order of Forresters, Court , Great Western, No. 7949, will hold J their annual ?-^m 'Plain and Fancy Dress . BALL IN THE ^^^h*»^JVL...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Parliamentary. Sydney, Friday. The Federal Enabling Bill has passed the Upper House, with a pro vision moved by Dr. McLaurin, that the referendum should not be taken within eight weeks. An attempt was made by Dr. McLaurin to provide for a minimum affirmative vote of one fourth of the electors of the colony, but it was re jected by 80 votes to 23. The Council passed the Arbitration and Conciliation Bill through all its stages with a number of amendments, which do not vitally alter the scope of the measure. The amendments were agreed to by the Assembly. The debate on Mr Copeland's Sun day Trading Bill was continued at wearisome length. Ultimately an amendment was carried on the casting vote of the Deputy Speaker, limiting the operations of the proposed legisla tion to co-operative states and clubs, leaving out all mention of hotels and Sunday trading. Mr Copeland, therefore, refused to nroceed anv further with the measure. which was accordingly dropped. The Premier said that Parliamen...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

For Asthmatical Coughs and Colds, Wood's Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs md Colds novor fails, 1/0 and 2/6. For Children's Hacking Cough tako iVood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. * * COSMOS Piioto Studios, ^- «*, PADULASTERRaCE MARSHALL STREET. We have much pleasure in announcing that we have secured the sort icea of a first class operator, and tho very highest clans of work will be turned out. We guarantee onr clients absolute Batiifw tion. Prices 15s per doz Cabinots Enlargement for nothing Outdoor work, Flashlight Photos, etc. taken at any time Portraits in Platinotype, , , Silver, _ ? or Cosmotype. Enlargements on Carbon Bromide or Op»l finished in black and white, or on water colon Cosmos Photo /^^»» Studios KINCH and TODD, PROPRIETORS. NOTICE. WANTED, a married couple for a station, wife as cook, laundress and general housekeeper ; husband aa general hand outside. Apply — WM, EODIBB, Tambua. RACES! COBAR TURF CLUB j j ? I I _____ ! 7th and 8th June, 1899. £240 Prize Money For further particulars see Of...

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The Course of True Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

The Course of True Love. \ well known naval dignitary his a bt-autiful daughter. A young .lieu tenant., with no resources but hJB pa'v, fpll in love with her, and asked the old gentleman for her hand. - :: The father at once tuied him with the fact that ho had only his pay— hardly finnimh to keon him in whitn 'ploves »n-t ;' burnish/ ! his ' brass'1 buttons. 11 What you say sir, is true,; but when you married you were only a midship man, with even smaller pay than mine ; how did you get ulong ? ''asked tho lieutenant, who believed he had made the most diplomatic of defences. But he wiu mistaken. 'I lived on my fftther-in-lnw for the first ten rears,' thundered forth the crafty i-ld admiral, ' but I'll be hanged if you are {?''-!? to do it 1'

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

What a Blessing. What a hlossin;; it is. Sou»lit after by thousands. Dubbo is learning to appreciate it. Many a miuerable inn is happy now. Nights of unrjst days of trouble. Any itcliiru akin disease meanB this. Itching pil's mean it'. Eczema just as tad, and just as bad to But Boon's Ointment does it. Relieves nt once, and cures if yon'use it long enongh. A specific for any irritation of tho skin. A ble»sing to a suffering public. Here's proof of it. Mrs Ellon Skalkold, of Macquafie Street, Dubbo, and a resident of that place for eight years, informs us as follows :— For two years I had a sort of skin eruption. In hot weather it always becamo irritating, and' inflamed and sore. Some applications of Doan'B Ointment made it very much bettor. If it occasions trouble at any time I find that a little of tho ointmont romoveB all irri tation.' Doan'a Ointment is splendid in all diseases of the skin, Eczema, piles, hires, chilblains, insect bites, BoreB, etc. It is perfectly safe' and very...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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SANDER AND SONS EUCALTYP EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

SANDER AND SONS EU0ALTYP EXTRACT According to reports ot u great numbor of physicians of tho highest professional standing, thore are offerod Uucalypti Extract, which possoss no curative qualities. In protection of the world wide fume of Sanimsk and Sons' preparation we publish a fow abstracts ;rom these reports, which boar fully out : hut no reliance can be placed in nther : TO(Juct«— Dr. \V. B. Rush, _ Oakland, M,, writes. It is eomotitnes difficult to ,btiiiii tho genuine article (Sander and :!on's) I emp'.nvud different other pro i 'orations, they had no therapoutio value uo bud effects. In one cise the effects ? rore similar to the oil ouinphoru, the i.tjocttouiWe notion of whioh is well known.' Dr. H. B. Diuke, Portland, Orogon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sand be and Sons) I usod no other form of eucalyptus as'I think it is by far the best.' Dr. L. P. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes ' I never used any preparation other than Sander and Sons', as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Three Doctors in Consultation. From Benjamin Franklin. ' When you are Bi'ck, what you Like best is to be chosen as a medicine in the first place ; what experience tell a you ia best, to be chosen in the seoond place ; what reason... .(i.e., Theory) says, ia best to be .chosen in the laat plnce.. But if yon ' c .n i»»t Ur inclination, xir Jixpenenee ann Dr Reason to hold a comu'.tatii-n t'o gfther. they will givj you the best ttdvica thutcan.be taken, ' When you have'o bad bold Dr In clination would recoinmvnd Chumber lnin'a Ooujjh UemeHy because it is -pleaenut and aaff-to takfj Dr Ex perience would recommend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and' permanent cure. Dr Reason would recommend it becnuse it ia prepared on scientific principles, and acts on na.tufe'fci plan in relieving tho lungs, opening .the' secretions and restoring the system to a na.tura'1 and healthy condition, for sale by Hi Dilgarno, Cheinjsr, Ooba.r. Uueu.unllo(l nnd Invincible Wood's Great Pjjpnermint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

pui, Jiiicr PWicTii, sUjstGzisrcc. (Pupil of Signor Hazoh and W'.' H. Hallewell); Hns resumed TBACHLVG, and .'in tending pupils are notified that' applications will now be ren OPEEATIC & BALLAD MUSIC A SPECIALITY. Ladies and Gentlemen desirous lof forming an Operatic and Glee Ciub are requested to send in their names before the lath February next. Terms on Application. Address ?'?? MABSnALIi-STKEET, COBAE. SI'RINliWOOD MD1CS' COLLKGE Blue Mountains. Principal, Miss FrccUricta Bome, (London Uniterfitv) . . A8SIJTKD DT A Coiil'ETBNT STATJ. MiaB Bernp, ,nfier several years' oxporionct of teaching in JEnjilanri, hiu oponed Hie above ecliool on mtirely now prir.oiplea, spsoinl attenti.m being uiven to physics', ??u'lture, bo nei'fsj-iry to iho perfect devolup incut of growing grls. In addition to ull tho ordinary su'-j»ctt usually taught, viz. : — £ngliaii,Matlieumlio? Geogrupliy. Theory, Frenolt, Ilistory, Latin. Pliysiolofjy, Practical Needlowork, Scripture, li'reohand Drawing,...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Topics of the Week. The drought which is so persistent in its partial paralysis of Cobar indus- try, after it has relinquished its dire grip in so many other places, is in all sincerity a deadly discouragement. 'Such are the uses of adversity,'   however, and the present awful time will be looked back on with no un- mixed regret if it keeps aldermen so up to the mark on the water question that the works for the new supply get promptly started. Our civic repre- sentatives are hedging the matter round with safeguards of the most ultra-prudent kind in the interests of ratepayers. They are the living em- bodiment of caution, and we fancy they scarcely realise that what the people of this town want isn't safe- guards against water debt, but water itself, with as little delay as possible. People would even forgive a little im- petuous haste in that direction if any claim on tbeir forgiveness was likely to arise, which it isn't. We must once more impress upon the Council the g...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Suicide at Bathurst [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Suicide at Bathurst. The Bathurst Free Press says :— On Friday morning young Mr Sawyer reported to the police that he had seen the body of a man hanging on a tree near the cemetery, and Constable Guerin immediately rode out. About 20 yards from the cemetery, on the opposite side of the road, he found the dead body hanging to a branch of the tree in the bush. With the assistance of his comrade he cut it down and took it to the morgue at the Hospital. Upon the body examination, papers were found bearing out that the deceased's name was W. H. Furniful, and that in 1894 he filled a position as clerk in the A.J.S. Bank, Armidale. From   inquiries it was found that he arrived by train on Saturday from the West. He put up at Mr. Lawler's. Oxford Ho- tel and during the day received a tele- gram from Cobar, siyned M. S. Arm- strong to the effect that the sender re- gretted being unable to give him work. After the receipt of the telegram he appeared unusually depressed, and last ...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Local and General Resigned. — The Hon. J. H. Want, Attorney General, cabled his resignation to the Ministry, on Tuesday. There's only one place in Cobar to buy your Flannels, Waterproofs to order, shirts, etc., and that is at Manning's. Death. — A young man named Corbett, son of Mr W. Corbett, of the Shearlegs Ho- tel, on the Nymagee road, died from conges- tion of the lungs this week. He seemed a strong, healthy young man when in town only a few weeks ago, Weather. — The weather during the week has been uncomfortably close. On Wednes- day good rain fell this side of Hermidale and on Thursday there was a fair fall in the direction of Meryula. A few drops fell at Cobar on Thursday, but the sky has cleared again, and, as we go to press, the indications of a breaking-up of the drought seem very remote. For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. Reserve Rifle Corps. — The Cobar Rifle Reservists have been having quite a lively time this week. On Friday, 14th ins...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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P. and A. Society. THE SHOW. "YES-NO" MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

P. and A. Society. THE SHOW ' YES-NO' MEETING. On Friday evening of last week the Committee of the Cobar Pastoral and Agricultural Association met at Mrs Smith's Tattersall's Hotel to receive a report from the Finance Committee, and discuss the advisability or other- wise of holding a show this year. Mr P. Oakden (President) occupied the chair. The other gentlemen present were :— Messrs Stevenson, Kinkead, James, Bannister, Kelly, Edgar, Brown, Hunter, Cotton, Wallace, Musgrove, Bryce, Armstrong, and Bedford (Secretary.) The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and confirmed. The correspondence was read and received. Mr R. A. Rae wrote from Sussex station, expressing regret that he could not attend the meeting. He was in favor of the show being postponed till next year, adding that it might rain before June, 1900!   Mr Rodier wrote from Tambua stat- ing that he thought it would be folly in the face of such a season to hold a show. Mr Welsh, from the Meadows, wrot...

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Falconbridge College. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Falconbridge College. Our readers will have noticed adver- tisements of two Colleges in our columns, each on the healthy and in- vigorating heights of the Blue Moun- tains. We call special attention to these advertisements in view of the advantages to families being able to send their sons and daughters to col- leges of excellent repute within close proximity. The Falconbridge College   for boys is in possession of the fine residence built by the late Sir Henry Parkes, and the references, which comprise eminent clergy and laity, sufficiently attest the value of the in- struction imparted. There need be no hesitation on the part of parents, with such recommendations, in send- ing their boys to this school. The Springwood Ladies' College, which, by the way, is within walking distance of Falconbridge, is conducted by Miss Fredericks Berne, who has already made a name for the school, which is splendidly housed in a commodious residence. For delicate girls it would perhaps b...

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Telegrams. Cobar-Wilcannia Railway. SYDNEY Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 22 April 1899

Telegrams. Cobar-Wilcannia Railway. SYDNEY Friday. The Works Committee during the last two days took a quantity of evi- dence regarding the Cobar-Wilcannia railway proposal. Mr Pittman, Go- vernment Geologist, examined by the Public Works Committee regarding the proposal, said that the line would assist in developing the resources of the district which were very great, es- pecially as regarded copper and gold. The enquiry is still unfinished.  

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