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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

A Racking Neuralgia. A Rapid Cure. (by our special rkpokter.) In pursuance of instructions givon to our reporter, he called on Mrs. Edgar Smith, of First Avenue, Rookwood, near Sydney, with tho view of getting an account of her cure from A Racking Neuralgia, which had fastened upon her. Mrs. Smith 1ms rosy checks, and her sparkling eye and vivacious manner clearly betoken the excel lent health she now enjoys. ' Was it a very bad attack of neuralgia, Mrs. Smith! ' asked our reporter. ' Bad is not the word for it,' replied that lady. ' If it had been worse I positively Could not have Stood it ; it would have driven me mad.' ' I have had many slight nilmnnts in my time, but nothing ever upproncliing this one.' ' How did tho attack commence ».' ' I think a cold brought it on, and it started with a sharp pain in the face, which very Bhortly extended to the head. Then terriblo pains would Shoot across my Face ;ind rush all round my head and neck, feel ing just as though a hot iron had bee...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation Essays. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Federation JEssays. All who have given careful study to the supremo question of Australian FuleraHon will bs keenly interested in the pot iotic proposal of Messrs Lever Bro.H , Limited, of- Sunlight-' faints '° offer ik series of prizes for essays on certain aspects of tho advantasros of Fedenl Union. . Shortly stated they offer the fo;lowing prizes for essays not exfpeding 1500 word-v First' prize t'20, second prize £?'-, mid five third p'izns of £1 each. Subjects:— ' The advantages .-.to New South Wh'gk by Federation, especially lo the worliiii!.' c'assrs, through tho develop ment of her coal, Ironstone, and other minerals, tho building'and working of now manufactories, ironworks, and shipbuilding yards, these giving in creased employment of labour, and improved value all round by the im petus and inducements that a nation with four millions of population offers to European capitalists to invest money. Also the advantages that the country districts withthoir agricultural and pasto...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Beauty Lost and Regained. A FOUR CHAPTER GIRL'S STORY. CHAPTER I. "BEAUTY LOST." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Beauty Lost and Re gained. A FOTXR-CHAPTEK GIEL'S STOEY. CHAPTER I. ' Bkatjty Lost.' To-day, girls at an age when they should be very beautiful, have face sores, sallow- skins, lustreless eyes, and a gen eral tired-out 'don't-care' sort of ex pression on their faces. CHAPTER II. ' Eeason' Tho various conditions contained in the foregoing are the result of bad blood. Bad blood caused by defective digostion and sluggish liver action. Bad blood that could be made pure by that great specific, Bile Beans for Biliousness. CHAPTER III. ' Remedy' This great specific, that has been so often and aptly described and eulogised by the Press of this country, from North to South, and from East to West, as ' the people's popular-priced preparation' is compounded in one of the finest and best-equipped laboratories in America. They have everything that is good and possible as regards formula and manu facture to rptain their position as the best pharmaceutical remedy in the world. Tho ingredients are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

tllie strongest desire of the sick is to get; well. Nobody .in good health can realise the intensity of this longing. It is so strong that unless relief oomes it turns to hope lessness — and hopelessness kills. Certainly no one can afford to neglect a remedy that brings hope to the hopeless, strength to the weak, health to the sick; a remedy that, like Dr Williams Pink Pi.ls for *. Pale People, gives absolute proof that it has cured every '^^^-v^^. .form of disease it. is advertised to cure. ^E^llfjtf You can obtain the proof upon application,. and with '-O^iipIsM without charge, by merely stating your troable and giving '/Vv^P 1 jour addre.'.s. No sufferer i'rom any disorder of the blood ' ' \$ \y» or nerves shny.ltl fail to writi' us. Please address: Dr - ?? a ? , - - \\ ? AVilliams' Mrdieine Co., Queen's Place, Sy dnev, N.S.W. (Reeon\rT\er\d«a by f\uryje,§-J '. . ? '?? ' Severe Sunstroke. A SICK ORICKETBK CUBED. Mr M. P. Byan, of the Melbourne Chilled Butter Co,, Flinders Lane We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

iN.S W. YU£V\B'I2K of PARLIAMENT Vo'es for WARNER'S ' S\FE' CURE |{..i:t|:, .luly lj.th.1898. ' 1 hnVf n ed Wmnei's Sato. Cure for ih - l-i- tlit of my liver, and hajr* fourl it .i 1 1 ue ntid faithful medicine, and »h(' '-?? ' appy to rocomtnend it anyctii- mfTi' ing similarly.' T.DMAS M. DAVIS, M.P., PjraiGul.

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Three Doctors in Consultation. From Benjamin Franklin. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Three Doctors in Consultation. From Benjamin Franklin. '. When you are sick, what you like heat is to be chosen aa rimeliuine in the 'first place ; what -jfperience' tells you is best, to be ohiwiii inthe second .?: pi acK; what: .reason- (i.e., Theory) says is best to be chosen in the -last place. :But if ybu.c.an got Dr Inclination, Dr Experience and Dr Jt'eason to hold a consultation to Hr.ther. they will give you :the best Hflvice that can bb! taken.' '1 \Vhea:jou-have a bad cold Dr In clination won d recommend Chamber luu'a Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and saFe to take; Dr Ex perience would 'recommend it because it nerer Failn to effect a spoedy and inrmanont cure. Dr Reason would reooiniiiond it because it i* prepared on scientific princio'os, and 'acts on nature's plan in relioving.the lungp, opening the eccretions and rest'uritig the system to a natural and'bealthr, condition, For sale by H. Dalgarno Chemist, Cobar.

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Boy, Bicycle and Bull. MATTERS MIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Boy, Bicycle and Bull. MATTERS. MIXED. Considerable excitement was caused l.st week by a wild bullock which toik complete possession of the main siraet at South Singloton for an hour. Hu got hiidgot liwuy from a mo ''? of cattle bsiujj driven tlKOU'h the railway oates. A boy named Bartrop, who was riding on a binycle delivering newspapers, was rushed at. The animal got his horns in the spokes of the wheels, and lifted boy and bicycle high into the air. Bartrop was thrown to the ground, but the machine was tangled in tho bovine's horrig. By a series of jerks and twists, ho eventually got clear of the wrecked machine, and ran after a man who was standing at the door of a butcher's shop. The butcher retreated quickly, but the bullock fol lowed h-in and took possession of the ehop for some tiuiH. Afterwuards he walked out, and. on : tho drover at tempting to round him up he rushed at the. horse he was riding and gored the animal in the flunk. The game was carried on for some time, but a...

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A STRAIGHT ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

A STRAIGHT ANSWER.   A very exacting landlord not long sinoe called for his rent of a very worthy mechanic, who rejoiced in the possession of a very pretty little wife. The husband was not at home when Shylock called, and he was enchanted with the pretty little wife of the tenant. She could not liquidate the amount due; but the landlord told her he would give her a receipt in full for just one kiss. 'Sir,' she said, boiling with indignation,   'myself and husband are very poor ; perhaps   we cannot pay our rent ; but I tell you, Sir, we're not so poor but that we can do our own kissing.'

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr Schey's Views on the Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Mr Schey's Views on the Bill. Mr W. F. Schey visited Cobar last week in connection with the arrange- ments of the anti-billites for the com- ing campaign. In the course of a conversation with a representative of the Cobar Herald, he mentioned the following as some of the points to which he and his party took excep- tion in the amended bil. They con- tend that the alteration of the Braddon clause makes the bill radically worse from a financial point of view than it was hitherto. He asserts that the   clause is stupid and cumbrous; and   that it is ridiculous to raise four times the amount required. He contends that although the constitution pro- vides for three- fourths of the sum be- ing returned to the states, not one penny of it will ever reach the pocket of the taxpayer. He also contends that if the Braddon provisions exist for 10 years it would be next to im- possible to alter the system then. With regard to the Senate being vested with power to throw o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bogan Scrub. A USEFUL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

The Bogan Scrub. A USEFUL WORK. . With reference to remarks in the Assembly on Tuesday regarding the   West Bogan scrub works, a few state- ments of fact may be of interest, and tend to correct an erroneous impres- sion. The edible scrun has not been destroyed, but as a matter of fact on   the Government works greater care is taken in its preservation; than by the issues themselves. For instance, one   li 1'er alone has been enabled to sus- tain 20,000 sheep for two years on   scrub alone on the cleared blocks. In   1895, when the scrubbing of State   lands was first suggestod, Messrs Ali- son and Co. informed the Minister that their Miandetta country was ab-   solutely useless for sheep, and had been so for years, but as a result of   scrubbing operations they have been able to sustain 50,000 sheep on it up to the failure of the water. The scrubbing has greatly increased the gras...

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WRIGHTVILLE TENNIS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

WRIGHTVILLE TENNIS CLUB.       The annual meeting was held on the 13th inst in the Wrightville Hall, a good number being present. The report and balance sheet     were received and adopted, the latter showing     a credit balance of £3 12s 11d. Office   bearers were elected as follows :— President, Mr J. O. Hunt; Hon Secretary, Mr A. E.   Moore; Hon Treasurer, Miss Martin ; Cap-     tain, Mr R Sweetnam ; Committee, Misses Paul and Edmunds; Messrs R. Sweetnam, H Davis and A. E. Moore. It was decided to open the court on Satur- day, 22nd inst. The opening of the tennis season at Wrightville took place on Saturday after- noon last in the Publio School grounds. About 40 ladies and gentlemen were present, including visitors from Cobar and Wright- ville. Afternoon tea was provided by the lady members, and altogether a very pleasant afternoon was sp...

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Sporting. Football meeting next Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Sporting. Football meeting next Wednesday. At Canterbury Park Races on Saturday   Messrs Barton and Trew's Pardon won the   Park Stakes of 60 sovs, carrying 7st 7lb.   Speaking of the race a Sydney contemporary   says :— 'Backers of horses, however, opened         their account with the ring in good style.   They lent most support to Cornquist and Pardon for the Park Stakes, the former being   the strongost order, and they ran first and   s cond, though not in the places they occu-   pied in tho quotations. TIukd b- hind Pardon   nuvor had much cunsa for uneasiness for   that goldiui; was quickly in front, und there   ho remained, winning easily from Cnrnquwt,   who chased him hopelessly all ihe way in the   last half niilo Crown Prince was amm:,-   the...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Topics of the Week. Everything comes to those who wait, and the custody of the Federal cause has once more come to the elec- tors, and it will be for them to say whether New South Wales will take her part in the attainment of Austra- lian unity. The amended form in which the bill now appears at a cur- sory glance shows little difference from the bill which a majority of the elec- tors of the colony declared in favor of in June of last year; but those little   amendments will play a very impor- tant part in the battle arranged for the 20th June, 1899. First and foremost, the minimum trammel of 80,000 affir- mative votes has been eliminated;   which, in itself, would have ensured the passage of the measure in this colony at the last referendum. The second important alteration provides that if the much-abused financial ar- rangements prove unsatisfactory they may be amended after 10 years. That proviso is one which should meet with the approval of electors who...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Local and General Remember Mr Morrison's sale to-day at Howard's building. Splendid opportunity. Mayor of Nyngan. — Mr D. E. Burns has been elected Mayor of Nyngan, in place of Mr T. J. Cahill, J.P., resigned.       Returned. — Mr and Mrs Leah returned from their holiday trip this week. While away they visited Tasmania and Melbourne besides seeing various sights in our own colony.             Mr Brown, P.M. — This gentleman in his official capacity visited Mount Boppy and   Nyngan this week. He now proceeds to Nymagee to preside at the trial of the Chinaman against whom charge of man- slaughter has been preferred.       Electoral. — Mr Burke, electoral Registrar informs us that his office will be open for the issue of elector's rights every Tuesday and Friday evening from 7 till 9 o'clock until the 6th June, and from...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

MINING. On Tuesday last the water in the Copper mine reservoir gave out and the pump from O'Gorman's Tank was started. The syndicate now get their water from this source, and, we un- derstand, pay a very heavy price for it. Quite a number of suspensions were granted this week. Under the cir- cumstances it would have been hard   for the Warden to have done other-   wise than grant those asked for.   The Cobar Gold Mines is now em- ploying about 70 men, and next week there is a probability of more men be-   ing taken on. About a dozen boiler builders from Sydney are engaged rivetting the cyanide vats. A false alarm was raised in town this week   that they were about to commence the-   mill. It will be fully three or four   months before this can be done at   least. The alarm arose from the fact   that the engine fires were being   lighted. This was merely t...

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WATER WANTED. The Impending Famine. Making Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

WATER WANTED. The Impending Famine. Making Arrangements. At a meeting of the Cobar aldermen on Wednesday evening the subject which re- ceived earnest and serious attention was the water supply for Cobar. All the aldermen   appeared unanimous about the seriousness of the situation, and showed an anxiety to deal with matters without delay. The meeting was almost a full one. The Mayor (Alderman Snelson) said he supposed they would expect a report of his movements in regard to the water scheme while he was in Sydney. Mr Leah and the speaker met Mr Sharkey, and asked that genteman to attend a deputation to inter- view the Minister regarding the subject, but Mr Sharkey thought it would be useless for him to attend. Then Mr Spence, Mr Leah and the Mayor had an informal interview with Mr Young, Minister for Public Works. They placed the matter before him as for- cibly as they could, and showed him the re- solutions passed by the Council bearing on the subject. Prior to this int...

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Federal Facts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Federal Facts. Mr Waddell speaks at Mt McDonald, Carcoar and Cowra next week, in support of the bill. The Premier of Queensland says it would be wrong if Queensland did not join the other colonies in Federation. Forty-two democratic members of Parlia- ment, Mr Haynes says, will stump the country, and fight the bill to the death. Sir Edward Braddon cabled congratulations to Mr Reid at the passage of the Federal Enabling Bill through tho Council. The pessimistic D. T. headed this item of news 'Optimism in Tasmania.'   I have looked carefully at the constitu- tions of all the countries, and, as far as I am able to give an opinion, after careful study, I believe that the proposed constitution is the best that was ever offered to a free people. I believe it is the best constitution in the world, in spite of what may be said to the contrary. — W. J. Ferguson, M.P. B. R. Wise, at Singleton : — 'A constitu-   tion was given on Mount Sinai to the great leader of the...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

WESLEYAN.   Cobar at 11. and 7.30. Rev A. Graham. AI.'U NUI'.OKB A MVK.k'll.SKK 'NOW HIBI SBll l-AIIH*. ' SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1899

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GILGUNNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

GILGUNNIA. The battery is idle again, all the available stone having been crushed. The results have been very disap- pointing to some of the shareholders. The results are as follows :— The Tarcombe Prospectors, 18 loads for 12ozs, 8dwts; ' The Dream,' 62 loads for 108ozs 10dwts ; The Hand- In-Hand, 4 loads for 1oz 6dwts ; and from the Four Mile the Silver Rays, 14 loads for 2ozs 7dwts ; Albion, 7 loads for 1oz 7dwts ; Four Mile Pros- pectors, 17 loads for 19ozs 5dwts.

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 8 and 11 a.m., Benediction 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Father Treacy.

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