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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

CARPETS, - BEDSTEADS - AND ' BEiBISIG ANB WHERE TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEOEGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, In T»pestry and PlUBh, Couch, Pair Emj Chairs, and Four Carved Ouoira, for Hi ] Os. 60 others, 5, 10 to 20 guineas, til. HALLS. BEDROOM SUITE, Walnut Color. Wardrobe, Plote- glass Door and Drawers, Duehfss Chest Drawers, with gltus attached, Marble-top Wash stand, Towel Rail and Cane Chair, £6 15s. 30 Bedroom Suilca to select from. DINING-ROOM SCI IE, Vory Strong All Spring-soated and Padded Back Chairs, 6 guinoas. 20 others, 7, 12 and 20 guineas, at HALL'S ? FULL SJZE HALF-TESTER BED* STEAD, Brass Rail, Double.wire Mattress, and Sot Best Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bedstoads to select from at HALL'S ^k._ IEE-A-XjILj &- Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, 561, 563, 565 and 567 GEORGE»ST. Country Orders packed free. New Illustrated Furnishing Guide Post Free. (ESTABLISHED 1894.) BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. C3-_ HOO^IEIR, PKEMIER WATCHMAKER ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

Tho rich man with the doctor's skill, Could not shake off a racking cough,. Ho gave up hope and made his will, His heirs digest a silent laugh ; But soon their joy is turned to grief, Tho old man's health once more se cure, Tho thing that gave him such relief, Was W. E. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

SPRJNGWOOD LADIES' COLLEGE Blue Mountains. Principal, Miss Fraderieia Berne, (London University) ABSiaTBD BY A COMPETENT STAFF. Mis» Berne, after Beveral years' oxperionoa of teaching in England, has opened the above school on entirely now principles, special attention being given to physical oulture, so necessary to the perfect develop ment of growing girle. In addition to all the ordinary subjects usually taught, viz. : — Englisn, Mathematics, Geography. Theory, French, History, Latin, Physiology, Practical Needlework, Scripture, Freehand Drawing, Culisthenics, (use of Clubs, Balls and Physical Drill), will be taught daily, and outdoor games will be in sisted upon — tennis, golf, &c. Lectures on Hygiene will be given regu larly by Dr Dagmar Berne, so thatcverj pupil will be well grounded in the first principles of health, than which no aubjoct can ho more important. An, pie uiet, of whioh milk, freBh fruit and vegetables constitute an important part, is provided. There are...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

We have received the May issue of the Bulletin's Bookfollow, which continues to improve in appearance and quality. The last issue of the Southern Cross is also to hand. Mr G. E. Flannery, Barrister at jaw, will attend tho Cobar Quarter Sessions. He was Secretary of the Federal Convention held at Bathurst three years ago. Mr Flannery seoured the highest pass in his University law Examination that was ever recoided in this colony. Shephehd's Short Stem Cabbage. ? Extraordinary yiold. Messrs P. L. C. Shepherd & Son, tho well-known Seedsmen of 202 Pitt- street, Sydney, have received the following letter from Mr T. Oheetham, of Callan Park : ? ' Tho seed of Shepherd's Short Stem Cabbage supplied by you has given the following wonderful r suites :— From a bed 162ft by 8.ft I cut 8ton 7cwt. (13 i tons per acre) find ono head weighed 401b.' P. L. C. Shepherd & -on sond thoir catalogue free to all apulivauts.#

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

The Place to Buy! 1 AH Your -Sp GROCERY . CROCKERY . . DRAPERY . . . HARDWARE . . . IRONMONGERY . . LADIES' CLOTHING . . MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING IS AT M. MINOGUE'S BARTON STREET, COBAR. ? ». i «»i ? Lowest Prices $. One Trial Solicited * * COSMOS Pnoto Studios, anm PA D U L. \ STER H aGE MARSHALL STREET. We have much plea-ure in announcing thi we imve eei-ured the sen ice- o a first cb-o' opcr*rur. aid tho wrv higheM plass of Hork will he lurnml ..lit. We gU'iruiit \e oi. r clients absolute ratisftii: ii ? Pi ice- 15b per ilfz OiMtiela Knlargemoni , for i.o'hing '- - .-u'd r work. KlmAlmlit Pbol.a, etc . ; ~ . ? ? ..??' tJikpn.-.t Hiivt m» : Portraits in Platinotype, , : , Silver; _ ? or Cosmotjpe. iCnlmirni n « nn iV-hiiii B'rnn-iiie »r O ?: fi .i*hv in black mid wuitt o i n »ut re ''oh Cosmos Photo /^^ Studios KLN^M and TOOL), PROPRIETORS. Government Advertisements. Department of Publio Works, Sydney, 6th May, 1899. Attention is directed to Gazette Notice inviting TENDERS for Add...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

A NARBOW ESCAPE. An East End youth walking along Commercial Bond with his sweetheart stopped at tho window of a confectioner's shop, and, addressing his lady-lovo, said : 4 Neaw thon, what will yo tek V She, expecting to bo treated to some of the good things, modestly replied: . 1 Oh, anything ye likes.' 'Then,1 he said, ' we'll tek a walk.' And he marched hor, past the shop. Diagnosed. — Patient : ' I am feeling wretched, doctor. I takn no interest in cnything, have no appetite, can't flleop— ' Doctor : ' Why don't you marry the girl?'

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. Sydney, Friday. It is announced that the Civil Ser vants must not take any part in the present Federal campaign, either on one side or the other' . Mr M'Court, M.P., has announced j his opposition to the Commonwealth I Bill. i The campaign is proceeding briskly -\ throughout the colony. The Premier next week will throw £ himself into the contest with vigor. I Arrangements will be made for him I to visit all the principal centres. I Messrs Barton and Deakin arrived J at Brisbane yesternight, and were ao- I corded a cordial reception. j Mr Carruthers says the feeling in j favor of tho Bill is growing in the j south coast districts. I

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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

LONDON. THtTBSDAT r Russian newspapers are unfriendly t\ in b, surprising degree, towards Great I ( Britain's connection with the Anglo- I Russian agreement in regard to China. I They suspect Britain has designs upon I the iTnng-tso Kiang valley. I A motion for the second reading of ? the Church Discipline Bill in the fl House of Commons was rejected by m 810 votes to 156. -----'' ' ? It is expected that a conference will I take place between President Kruger H and the Governor of Cape Colony, I with a view to the settlement of the 8 Transvaal difficulty. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

For Bronchial Coughs lakoJWood's Groat Peppermint Cure, 1/U and 2/6, On Tuesday last Eugene Martin was fined 10s for using obscene lan guage in Barton-&treet. Mr Leah, J.P., Presided. For Antlimfitioal Coughs and Colds, Wood's Ptppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/0. ,

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

Che Roliablo Eamily Remedy, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, 1/6 and i!/C.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

A Blackheath Reminis cence. BlocklieHth is, as many know, u suburl- of London, and with it aro linkoti many reminiscences of historical importance Eyen to.day Blacklioath has iti interoit. A local paper recently published a rouiinis. eonce of one of its residents which is both entertaining and useful. At 5 Cote Hou«r Koad, Blackheath, resides a joung lady, bj name Hiss Qraco Donnick, who was born in and has livod all hor life in tho diotric To her inquirer she stated thnt two winters ago she Buffered from an attack of influcniu, pneumonia, ftud plourisy. Shivering fits, a higli fever, a dry, burning cough, quick breathing, and expeetorutions tinged with blood (all symptoms of pneumonia) showed ♦hemsolves, and brought MiB3 Uonnick to death's door, wenkoned as ahe had been by influenza , a sharp cutting or tearing pain in the chest indicated tho prosenut of pleur isy. Eminent doctors nttonded her, but were compelled to at last gire up hope. She was in this precarious state when her mo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kloridyke. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

Klondy ke. The latest news from Klondyk* appearing in the English papers,' and dated from New York March 24, eay« .that; the iteamship Lanrade ha* , armed at Seattle from Alaska with ; lPO.OOOdol in gold. It i» the firm shipment from Klondyke that h-v -? Hired this year. A woman who has 7 ::bean residing at Dawson city is ono of the richest of the party. Th« miners iay that the Skagaivay River was frozen completely when they left. ;'. i .iirerybody waB short of water. The ? . tici i men on the Klondyke were washing their faces with champagne. Mr. ' Bill' Partridge, an English ?i mining ex pert, who haB also arrived ?-»t Seattle, Bay that Alexander 1 M'Dowell, otherwise known as King of Klondyke, has disposed of six or his richest claims to an English ; . syndicate for two and a quarter ,f'million dollars. The basin of Pande . Lake, in Barnoff Island, has been : drained and a large quantity of gold 1 gravel found exposed on the bottom. ., A New. York syndicate has purchased it for tw...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

THE O&3LY -ONE . Uedd's Sidney Fills Cure where all Otho Bemedies Fail. BBICffiT'S DISEASE NOT INCURABLE -? But there's one Care in the World, and „'.' .'.that we . have ? named— Hundreds ?testify, to , .Cures— Nover a Failure -Recorded. '.. 'It used to besnid, 'If you have -? Bright's 'Disease, it 'won't be long before ?- ' jjejqple ; iwill'! be walking slow behind -you.' , ' ;; Bright's disease affects brainy men .* particularly.- The brainier and more ;: '.., v. .uctive a man, the more liublo he is tj ''.'.' Wright's Disease. Briglit'a Disease is * ; ,,..'.. oisease'pf the kidneys. It is the uajie .;. given to tie fatty degeneration of those ? organs. It is caused by excessive use ot uicholic drinks. It is caused by excessive ? t-iiting of rich food. It may be caused by ixpoBure to cold and moisturo. It may , be caused by improper living. ? But it.s not with the cause we have to deal, It is with, the cure. It used to be thought that Bright' ... ; Disease was incurable. -W...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEEDS OF KINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

SEEDS OF KINDNESS. Some time back, in the West of Eng land, a local preacher had to preach at a small chapel morning and evening. After the morning service, ho was in vited to dinner by two old maids, who helped him to meat, potatoes, and broad beans. He got on all right with the moat and potatoes, but the beans he could not eat; so watching his oppor tunity, he laid his handkerchief over his knees and pushed tho beans into it, and put them in his pocket. ' During the evening service he got rather excited, and. took out his hand kerchief to wipe his brow, when the beans scattered in all directions. Then he gave out tho hymn, ' Scatter Soeds of Kindness.'

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SHE WAS CONVINCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

. SHE WAS CONVINCED. A woman, a native of Erin's Isle, entered a doctor's surgery the other morning. The doctor, on looking at the woman, saw she was in great trouble, and remarked to her : ' What is the cause of yonr grief, Mrs. Hooligan?' 'Faith,' she said, 'I found my poor husband dead in bed this morning.' The doctor, thinking to allay her grief, remarked : ' I will come -to your house and see him; perhaps he is not dead, but in a faint.' ' Faith,' she said, ' I have a positive proof that he is dead.' ? In what way ?' said the medical man. ' Well, sure enough,' said she. ' I put a bottle of whisky to his mouth, and divil a dhrop would he drink.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE "EXPLAINED." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

HE 'EXPLAINED.' Occasionally^ victim resents nagging in the courts of justice, and answers in a spirited and unexpected manner. A solicitor was cross-examining a young fellow of rather haughty temper. The youthful witness hid testified ? that he had seen the defendant ' shy ' a book at the plaintiff, and the solioitor had seized on the word. ' Shy ! Shy a book I What do you mean by that ? Will you explain to the Court what the word ' shy ' means r' The little chap leaned over the desk beneath the witness-box, picked up a law book, and threw it at tho solicitor's head, who dodged just in time. 'I think the Court now understands the meaning of the word ' shy,' ' said the magistrate, gravely. And the boy. was allowed to finish his testimony without any further interrup tion.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WRONG TRAVELLER. How Edward Larkins of Birmingham Went on Business to Aberdeen. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

THE WRONG TRAVELLER. How Edward Larkins of Birmingham Went on Business to Aberdeen. ? ., ♦ The Scotoh are known to be a remarkably 'canny' race— eager to inorease their stock of ' siller,' and holding on to the bawbees, when gained, with a doath-liko grip. This is a characteristic of the nation generally ; but the citizens of Aberdeen are the very essence of the Scot, double-distilled and boiled-down. Even those remarkable traders from foreign lands, whose stock-in-trade seems to consist of a few ropes of onions, a bag of sponges, or a dozen impossible oleo graphs, in still more impossible frames, never visit Aberdeen a second time — once is more than enough for them. There are, however, a few individuals who are ignorant of the oharaoter of the Aber donians, and, until very recently, that ignorance was shared by a peripatetic vendor of photographic albums — those whioh have a musioal-box in their cover, I mean. Well, he's not ignorant on that score now, and this iB how his enlighte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Could Look After Themselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

Could Look After Themselves. A little girl, on being given a compound addition sum to do, managed to get it quite right all but the pounds, which she added up wrongly. When the governess pointed this error out to her, the girl calmly re marked : ? Oh, papa said if I take care of the pence the pounds will take care of themselves I'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FATAL LILIES OR The Lady of Larchton Mere. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

THE FATAL LILIES, . ' ? — OR — * The Lady of Larchton Mere. — — ::°' — CHAPTER VIII. Three years had passed since Ross Cumnor bade farewell to the home he loved and the sweetheart who was all the world to him. The three years had brought but few changes to Larchton Mere. The baby-boy had grown, into a fine handsome little fellow, of whom both parents were passionately fond — a child who might have sat for a ( model of cherubic beauty ; he had cheeks like damask roses, and lips like cherries ; he had his mother's golden hair and blue eyes; and she worshipped him as surely mother never worshipped child before. He could run and talk ; he was adored by the whole household, and loved by every one who saw him, perhaps by no one more tenderly than , Sir Austen himself. Three years had passed over Sir Austen and had left him more in dolently happy. than ever. He looked younger rather than older, for his life was one of uninterrupted happiness now- that her ladyship bad her own way. Lady Cum...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KITCHEN RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 13 May 1899

KITCHEN RECIPES. Cheese Fbittbbs. — Put one cupful of water, two tablespoonfuls of butter, one quarter of a teaspoonful salt, and a dash of cayenne in a saucepan over the fire. When the water boils throw in quickly one and one quarter oupfuls of flour and stir until the mixture leaves the sides of the pan. Take off, cover olosely, and set aside until cool. Then beat in. one at a time, three large or four small eggs, using only a part of the last egg at once; the batter is right when it will hold its shape without spreading. Stir in one halt of a cupful of grated cheese and set aside for half an hour. Then drop by teaspoonfuls into smoking fat and cook until golden brown. Serve either hot or cold. Poached Eqos With Tomato Sauce. —Where eggs must be served in place of meat for a meal it is well to use an acid vegotable of some kind as a sauce. Put half a tin of strained tomatoes in a saucepan; add a slice of onion, a bay leaf, and a sprig of celery. Cover, simmer gently for five minut...

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