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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 29 April 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar at 8 h.o., at 11 Matins, and at 7.30 Evensong. — Rev. A R. Martin.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

The earth is growing Btouter and heavier every year by boitio 10,000 tons. The extreme mattt-r which is thus being added to our plunot con sists of the thousands of tiny meteors or ahooting stars which »re continu ally raining upon ii) surface. In 1887 Mr Thomas Mclutoeh of Allentown, Tenn., bad an attick of dy-Bnntery which bucame chronic. ' I was treated by the beBt physicians in Etist Tennessee without a cure,' he says, ' Finally 1 tried Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrtrcoi remedy. After using about twelve bottles I waB cured sound and well. For sale by H, Dalgaro, chemist, Co bar,

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

A, Protracted Search. FOUND AFTER 30 YEARS. History records tho nntnes of thoso f mi nont in thoir profession, who, in the internal of soientiflc diacoTory, Iihto eivon the best years of thoir Iive9 to resenrch. Amongst mrontors there may be numbered man* whoso victories Imvo only boon nttained after yenrs of ceasolosa toil. Thirty j-enrs. how ever, is ft Ions tiino to devote to one apecia1 object, and lteon muit. belie who, after many failures, cnntinnos his golf-imposed task Mr W. Filuicr, of Abbott Streot, Wes' Maitland, c-ompositor by profession, sup plied our reportor with information regard ing Mb 30 years' search nnd its ultimate . »uceoss:You must know, he remarked. ' that I was affiiotod for many years with ehronio diarrhoea. My sufforinga wero in deed intense, notwithstanding all my care with regard to diet, &o. It is now nboul aj« camo sub I =3» iC°d 'd r' &WW$wML ceaseless- ^u^ \$WfafY/y?*%* cure m^ m /$?/?'. w\w*t I' ^'*? £? Complaint \'&,x -^ ^ ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALTYJ? EXTRACT According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered Eucalypti Extract, which possess no ourative qualities. la protection of the world wide fame of Sandiui and Sons' preparation we publish a few abstracts from theBe reports, whioh bear fully out that no reliance can be placed in other products:— Dr. W. B. Rush, Oakland, Cal., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sander and Son's.) I employed different other pre parations, they had no therapeutic value no bad effects. In one case tho effects were similar to the oil camphora, the objootiouable notion of which is well known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland, Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sajtdru AND Sons) I used no other form of eucalyptus as I think it is by fur the host.' Dr. L. P. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes ' I never used any preparation other than Sander and Sons', ns I found th...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

Know Their Duty Well. Performing Daily to the Satisfaction of Many People. It's the duty of tho kidneys lo see that the blood keeps pure. Not to make new blood— the food we oat. does that, but to removo from tho blood all the poisons and impurities — thn waste matter — that is gathered up during its cir cuit of the body. These poisons ore deadly. If they are not taken out of tho blood by the natural Shorn, the kidneys, they are carried baok ti the heart, and are startod out again all through the body. Of course they causo disease Wo can't be healthy if our blood isn't pure. ' When our lcidnoya are sick our back aches. That's a way they have of telling us they neod help. It's the duty of Doan'a Backache Kidney Pills to cure siok kidniys. They know their duty well. They are performing it right bore in Co bar. Mrs Bridget Egan, of Macquarie-St, Dubbs, owns a boarding establishment ami has Jived there for seven years. She toll us: — -'I've had kidney disorder for aouio years. My back us...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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The Best Plaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

The Best Plaster. A piece of flannel damped wit- Chamberlain's Pain Balm and boun 1 on to the affectad parts is superior t iny plaster. MThen troubled with ? pain in the chest or side, or alim back, give it a trial. You are certain to be more than pleased with th« prompt relief which it affords. Puin Halm is also a certain cure for rheu matism. For sale by H. Dalgarno, chemist, Oobar. Saturday was the anniversary of Jhfl landing oF Captain Cook at Bf.tiny Bay in 1770. Tho total deaths in tho colony during 1898 numbered 16,661, a* cmnparnd with 14,26i in 1897. Dc Park-ir, tin well-known English Cnnniviratirmikl minister, hns create .a senaaii hi in hia church by H.iym ; (hut his uraywr was ' God damu Che Sultan.' Sore Ey.es. — It is extremely satis factory to n.iti thy ever-increasing popularity of Mor is's Imperial Bye Ointment a* the unfailing retnedv for all complaint? of the Byes. It if particularly adapted tor the many ailments met with in these colonies, and its great reputatio...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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From New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

From New Zealand. Reefton, New Zealand, Nov., 23, 1896. I am very pleased to state ..that sime I took the ngency of Chamber lain's medicines the sale has been very large, more especially of th Cough Remedy. In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy than of all other makes for th' previous hve years. Ab to its etn cacy, I have been informed by soore of persons of the good results they have received from it, and know it value from the use of it in my own household. It is so pleasant to tak that we have to pi ice the bo'ttl beyond the reach of the children. B. J. SOANTLEBUET. For sale by H. Dalgirno, ChoinBt, Cobar. The railway fatalititw in the Unite'! Kingdom for 1898 show 18 passan g«rs killed in 1,030,420,201 journeys. Of the 1165 other deaths on railway 255 were those of trespassers, fcher were 132 suicides, and 80 persons were killed at level crissiagB.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

* * COSMOS Pnoto Studios, ..Bun PADUL^STERR^vCE MARSHALL STREET. We hnve much plea«ure in announcing thai we hare secured thesenice» or a flrat ola-8 operator, and the very highest class of work will be turned nut. Wf guarantee onr clionts absolute satisfai! Prices 15a per dnz Cabinets Enlargement for nothing Outdoor work, Flashlight PhotoB, etc taken at any time Portraits In Platinotype, , , Silver, , or Cosmotype. !5nlarRcn-'nta on Ourbon Bromide or Opnl fi isheH i-- hl^.i-k «rrd white, or «n ».nt r -v!o.ii Cosmos Photo ^^ Studios KINwl -*-k1 rOD'J, PROPiiTKIORS. Public Notice. f HE BuHness People of Unbar hnve d*~ I oHerl to ohimire the Half-Holid. y from TUESDAY to WlDNESD \Y after noon, to rake effeot on and after the 7th June, 1899. ALF CJ. tLLEY. Hon Sec. C. H. H. and E. C. Assn. Thanks. I BEG to tender my most sincere I thanks for the very great kindnesses I received from J. L. Hole,' Esq., of Boornondarra, and J. Todhunter, Esq., of Wuttagoona, upon the occasion of the deat...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sure Sign of Croup. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

A Sure Sign of Croup. Hoarseness in a child that is suo ject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease, [f Ohatnberluin's Cough Somedy is gi^en as soon a^ the child becomes hoarse, or ovon nfter the croupy cough ha* appeared, it will prevent the attack. WLanv mothers who have croupy children always keep this remedy at hand and find that it saves them much worry and trouble. It can always be dopendtvl up:-n and i» pleas int to take. For aala by II. Dalgarn -, CheimV, C ;b:ir. ' A certain solicitor wua describing; his fuclings ivbuti, at the end of a long cycle ri'le, he urrnr--d at the hotel and siw a tomtiting' dinner waiting for him. ' I felt like the heroes of th-i Light Brig ido,' he exeliimed. ' I wanted to charge to the right of me, charge to the left of me.' ' Oh. that's nothing unusual,' said a satric al listener, ' membars of your pro fession do it every day.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Demon of Dyspepsia. Banished for ever by Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

The Demon of Dyspepsia. Banished for ever by Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets. Snow cannot withstand the hoat of th midsummer sun. There's no ice on tha creeks iu Januiry No more can Indigestion nnd Dyspepsia oxist when Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablet* aro used. The sun molts tho snow ; Dodd's Dyspep. la'L'abluU digest the food. That's nil thin is needed to buni-ih Indigestion uud Dvspop-iiu. But Dodd'n Dyspepsia Tablots ilo more. While thoy 're digesting tho food, they i est tho stomach : tone it up, restore all ? U old strength, uud give it a new -upply. You don't huvo to tako Dodd's Dys pepsia Tablets for pvor, A short course of treatmout. two or throe weeks, is enough for nny ca-e. Then you can quit using them and enjoy iho benefits tuoy have given you. uodd's Dyspopsii Tablet* aro spooially suited to ovory form of Dyspepsia, Thoy will positively cure any form of tho diseaso Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets 'provont the formation of poisonous gases in tho stomach by digesting tho food at once. There i'...

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A Search Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

A Search Party. A party consisting of two individuala, who happened to be twin brothers, bv the name of Bile Beans, set out to mak ? a search of the interior of a lot o' Sydney, people. Bad liver's action, oon stipation, and indigestion, the result o hot weather, was the cause of the ex ploration. These mild, gontle, but so thorough in their duties that when the work is finished, well-drained, clean, wholesome roads are the result. Bil Tieans differ from other remediea em ployed for a similar work in the followin ; ways : — Their action is gentle, there is no griping and no evil after effects. Their formula is purely vegetable, and auch drastic ingredients as aloes, calomel nnd mercury, as found in most purgatives are emphatically and positively not em ployed, even in the smallest degree. Occasion may come when you wish n medicine to thoroughly search out anrl get to the root of a digeativo ailment. If it d ies, remember Bile Beans aro th ? people's-populur-priced preparation, mi i ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

CARPETS, - BEDSTEADS - AND - BilOfiQ AND WHERE TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, H& OOENEE GEOEGE AND LIVERPOOL STEEET3. ip ? , ? m DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, In T»pe§try and Pluih, Couch, Pair £??7 Oh»ir«, and Four Carred Chain, {or £4. 10«. BO others, 5, 10 to 20 juinoai, at HALLS. BEDHOGM SUITE, ? Walnut Color. 'Wardrobe, Plote-gla»» Door and Draweri, Duchesi Cboet Drawers, with gliu utaohed. Marble-top Wath- . ttand, To\»nl Rail and Oane Chair, £6 15i. 80 Bidroom Suites to »elect from. DINING-ROOM aUIiE, Very Strong All Spring-aoated and Pudded Back Chairs, 6 guinoai. 20 othori, 7, 12 and 20 guineai, at HALL'S ? FULL 8JZIS- HALEVl'EciTKR BED- , STEAD, Brass Rail, Double-wire Mattress, and Set Best Bedding, £3 15b. SO Latett Design Bodatoadi to select from at HALL'S THE U5IVER8AL HOUSE FURNISHERS, 661, 663, 565 *nd 667 GEORGE-ST. Country Ordor« paoked fre*. New Illustrated Furnishing Guide Post Free. (ESTABLISHED 1894.) BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. O- 35COOIPII5IR, - PREMIER WATCHMAKER...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

P. SNELSON, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, &c LINSLEY STREET, COBAB. Patronise P. Snelson, the rooogniBed Family Baker, where you will got the beet if ovorything going in his one. Picnics, Parties, &o supplied on the shorte notice, and in fact o«r description of oaterin executed, , . pliiPil Harconrt Streot, COBAB. (frette, PROPRIETORS. MINE- ORDERSJ~I SPECIALITY Amenta for Band Drill and Bnck-a Kock Co., and all mining requisites. Cash Buyers of scrap. cantiiieB. Agent for Klondyke .Gpld Diehea ant Auralin — a god-aend to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made fill Mil . & CO., Genarai Carriers, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom House, and CommiBBion ? Agents . .. , . Head Office— . 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY; Produce. supplied in Any Quantity at KeuaOLable Rales.;. Wool ooi) «inni.'t). JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cobar. J. Joseplisoiij Wateh maker, Jeweller 1V2BCAL.I-IST, Off AIL KINDB OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., —mhAYTNWWm—. J)IAMOND SEXTER & O...

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Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

Publications Received. During the week we have received from Messrs MacMillan and Co., Ltd., of St. Martin's Street, London, W.C., Books I and II of their Australasian Readers, for school children. Those books compare very favourably with any at present in use as regards illus- trations, letterpress, and binding, and the literature is of such a nature that while it is entertaining to the children it will be instructive and edifying.   The subjects' treated are largely Au- stralasian, for, to children, lessons on the plants, animals, productions, natural features, and history of their own land are valuable as part of their equipment for the work nu life, impor- tant as factors in the cultivation of the faculty of observation, and of more in- terest than any others that can be put before them. Book I is retailed at the small price of 10d, and Book II at 1s 3d. v The April number of the Australian Photograph ic Rev iew is to hand. The pictorial productions are perfectly pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. Sydney, Friday. Several meetings for and against the federal bill were held in the suburbs   yesternight. During the disturbance in the Town Hall on Monday night, between 40 and 50 chairs were damaged or broken. The United Federal Executive has decided to hold one monster demon-   stration weekly up to the eve of the referendum. The Executive also intend despatch-   ing org.inisers to all parts of the colony.

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

Topics of the Week. John Want being awny, John Havnes ii on the job as anti-fcdira! liader, and in s ime ways he is tba most aiuus ing — and amazing — political leader who ever flourished. By hammering away at ' decentralization ' by words, and centralizing wealth on Sydney by votes, John managed to attract the attention of the curious in this country. Just now he is assisting to inflame the metrop litan mind against federation because the federal capital will be in the country and not in the city. At the same time .John still pins his faith to the sound principle of decentralization. This is yet an other illustration of the ' yes-no ' variety of politician. But let us have a look at John's weird contribution to the country press on no less a subject than ' Decentralization and Federa tion.' John objects to the bill be cause five electorates will be rolled into one to return one member to the House of Representatives. He says no living man can represent them, that hard as he works f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General Telegrams. SIDNEY Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

Local and General Transfer. — Mr E. R. F Haydock, junior clerk in the Parramatta Clerk of Petty Ses- sions Office, has been transferred to a similar position at Mudgee. Mr Haydock's people reside at Mudgee. Quarter Sessions — The next sitting of the Quarter Sessions and District Court will be hold here on the 17th instant. Thursday was the last day for filing plaints in con- nection with the District Court. For Children's Hacking Cough take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. Half-Holiday Association — The mem- bers of this Association met on Wednesday evening last and decided to alter the half holiday from Tuesday afternoon to Wednes- day afternoon, the change to take effect from Wednesday, 7th June, 1899. The change is a very desirable one. New Books. — The Committee of the Co- bar School of Arts have spared no pains in their efforts to make the institution a suc- cess. On Thursday last the consignment of new books arrived, and by Friday morniug the energetic secretary, Mr ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nymagee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

Nymagee. (From our Correspondent.) The weather here still continues to keep dry with threatenings of rain every few davs The water jacket furnaces and surface works     at the Great Nymagee Copper mine have ceased work on account of the scarcity of water. The surrounding district also bear a dry and parched aspect most of the station- holders being compelled to fall scrub to keep   their stock alive. Unless rain comes shortly destitution and ruin will be the consequence with a great number. Mr Walterus Brown, PM., visited here on Monday, and presided at the holding of   several police court cases; amongst which was the case of the chinaman charged with attempting to kill his mate at Wiruhilibah   Station. After hearing the evidence, the ac- cused was committed to take his trial at the Court of Gaol Delivery to be holden at Syd- ney on May 29, 1899. The next case was abusive language — Mrs T. Jones v Mrs L. &nbs...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

Sporting. The annual meeting of the Cobar Turf Club will be held at the Great Western Hotel on Monday evening next at 8 pm., when the Committee for the ensuing year will be elected. The drawings for the captaincy of the Cobar Tennis Club are as follows :— J. Budd v. Cadell ; Soane v Breden. The first pair play on Tuesday afternoon next. The win- ners of each event will then play, these con- tests having to be concluded by Saturday next. The winner will then have to play Wis. Morrison for the final, the match hav- ing to be decided by the 20th instant. Entries close next Saturday for a gentlemen's single tournament and a gentlemen's double tourna- ment. The employees of the copper mine intend forming a football club during the week. It is also probable that a club will be formed at Wrightville, where some crack players are said to be located. About 20 persons assembled in the Great Western Hotel on Wednesday evening to form a football club Mr Geo. Grey was voted to the chair The elec...

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Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 6 May 1899

Salvation Army. The Salvation Army Limelight meeting in the Masonic Hall last Saturday evening was in every respect a first-class entertainment.   The instruments used by Adjutant Dutton were of the very host and the working of them a pleasure to all concerned. The programme opened with a Salvation Army   song thrown on the huge screen. This was taken up with the usual vigor of Army singing, led on by Adjutant Knapp with his over-ready violin. After prayer Adjutant   Dutton sang a descriptive song, entitled 'Oh what a difference in the morning' with Limelight views. Then followed without any delay, English River Scenery, views of America, Holland, the principal events in the reign of Her Majesty the Queen. Mrs Booth's work in the Prisons and slums was a particularly beautiful and interesting set of pictures. Then came the wonderful Cinematograph, showing a Salvation Army Labor Yard with men chopping wood and the axes and chips going in every di...

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