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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

N.S.W Member of , . . Parliament, Votes . for ; ' ' WARNER'S 'SAFE' '????;??? CURE. Bondi, July 11th, 1893. 11 1 have used Wnrner's Scf J Curo for the benefit of my liver, and Ii'ive ? found it n true and faithful medicine, and shall be linppr to recommend it to anyone suffering similarly.' THOMAS XI. DAVIS, M.P. Pyrmont. HEBBLSWii &CG. 337 GKORGIS ST., SYDNEY. AGENTS FOll WILLCOCK & GIBBS SEWING MACHINES From So — Hand and Treadle. 'IMott,' 'Moaopoje' and other Makes of High-grade BICYCLES From £io Upwards. Bicyclo Sundries and Repairs. BEE GOODS- ^! ^^^^^^^^^^^ the m°sr Distinguished everywhere for fine natural flavour, purity of material, and careful preparation. A Nervous Breakdown. ALL TREATMENTS FAIL, But CLEMENTS TONIC CURES. (BY OOB SPECIAL, RErOUTER.) ' I am busy now, hut if you will call iu the course of half-an-hour I shall ho pleased to answer any questions on the subject of my cure ' This was the answer furnished to our reporter by .Mr. J. S. Myers, prop...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victory for Bile Beans. BILIOUSNESS [?] LOSS OF APPETITE CURED. A MELBOURNE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Victory for Bile Beans. BILIOUSNESS ,H:: -. T,0S3 OF APPE TtTK ULTKED.V .-?:, A MELBOURNE CASE. A moat remarkable case has been brought to our notice (says the Melbourne Advocate) in that of Mr f. G. Salter, tho nail-tenon n ihcatiical man, who resides at 15 Fawcett streel, Albert Park. To let Mr Salter speak in his own words : — ''For years I was .i oonstant sufferer from severe biliousness nnd its many effenU Various doctors and patent medicines were Iried ; but little, if uny, relief wus experienced from t.heso sources. Aftor an unsutisfactcry night's reBt, I was wont to rise with a naaty tjsto in tho moulh and a feeling of inteiiBe wourinesa The throat was parched and dry, and thu whole system was being gradually under mined from an utter lack of appetite. In deed, I turned away from meat, with din guet, and had to content myself with a hnre collation of a little bread and tea. Such was the etate of things when I happened to hear from a friend ubout Bile Hcaus. I determined to p...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Telegrams. Sydney, Friday. The 13risbnno police huvo received a mil roporl of ii remarkable statemont inadn by a woman iu rogurd to tho Ontton tragedy. The gonoral . 'boliof ia that tho statement is a fabrication. Too ouginu attucliou to tho passonccr train from liatkurst ran off the rails near Mount Victoria yoatorday. An examina tion showed thut a fish plate bad been plocorl on tho rail. Yesterday 28,562 acres of land wore thrown open in various parts of the colony. Tho Victorian Law Dopartmont has re solvod to allow tho girl Jamioson to givo Quoen's ovidonco in regard to tho Yarra tragedy. Boll, a woll-known Now Hebrides trador, has arrived in hydney, and brings news of tho murder of his lato partuor, George Thomas, by tho nativon. Boll wan nlso attacked, but swam off to his canoo amid a shower of bullets, spearst, an') stones. Thomas's body was fright fully mutilated. Eelio wou tho Ooolong Cup, Flintlock 2, and Armourer 3. London, Thursday. Ijow quality Morino wool has advancod ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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A Famous Lawsuit. (Written for the COBAR HEARLD.) BY SCRUTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

A Famous Lawsuit (Written for tho Cobar Herald.) BY SCRUTATOR. Tho writer of an article onti lod ' A Famous Liwsuit' in a recently isnud supplement of tbo Cobaii Hukald ia slightly in error whon dealing with tho chief actors in one of the greatest r ises coming within the pile ot equity jurisdiction in tho historic Irish courts, viz., Longworth v. Yolverton. Maria Toresn Longworth waa a Roman Catholic ; Major Yeivorton, her htid band, originally a Protestant, pro fojsed publicly to bja Roman Cittholic at tho period of tho Irish marriage and subsequent -y. The marriage, ac cording to the rules of the Roman Catholic Church, was performed at the old R. C. Church of itosstrovor, not Killowen, and Major Yolverton pro fessed tho samo religious belief as she whom I will call his wife up to tho time of his alleged bigamous marriage with Mrs Forbes. Tho law proceed ings institutod in Ireland were watched with an iimount of interest unprece dented in civil jurisdiction. The pre siding judge w...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Bourke, 12th Jan., 1899. PUBLIC NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby givon that Mulya rovornmont Tank is closed for tratlio until further notice. O. C. MACDOUGALL, Inspector Public Watering Places.

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

OANDER AND SONS ETJOALYPT ;._ __ .. EXTKACT According to reports of a groat number of physicians of the highoHt professional standing, there uro offeieil i.ucalypti Extract, which possess no i-urative qualities. Iu protection of the world wido fame of Saxdkk and Sons' preparation wo publish a few abstracts Horn these reports, which bear fully out that no reliance can bo placed ia othor product*:— Dr. W. 13. Hush, Oakland, Oul.i writes. It is sorootimes difficult to obtain tho genuine aitielo (Sajjdek and Son's) I employed diiforent other pro pimitioup, thoy had no therapeutic value n' bad effects. In ono easo tho eilects w.'1-o Himilur to tho oil camphnra. tho oi-jectiimable action of which is well known.' Dr. II. B. Drake, Portland, O.egm, says — ' Since I bocamo acquaint nd with this preparation (Saxdeh ani-- f-oNS) I usotl no othor form uf ouculyptus 'j- I think it is by far tho host.' Dr. L. )' I'ri'Btou, Lynchburgh, Vu., writes 'I M-ver used any preparation other thnn S nder an...

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Put to the Test. Cobar People Appreciate a Good Thing. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Put to the Test. Cobar People Appreciate a Good Thing. Everybody has their hour of trouble. 13 ut people having any itchineSB of the »kin Have many hours of trouble. isVthing so annoying, nothing so irritating. It's a hard und tiring position. Lruvo it alone and you can hardly bear .' i bo misery. Belief and cure has come at last. i ubbo has put it to tho test. Doan's Ointment cures every form of ' skin troubles. People are learning tbat this is so. Mrs A. Adams, whose husband is a painter, residing in BriBbano -t., Dubbo, tell* us: — 'JNotlong ago I had tho mis fortune to loso a nail off one of my- fingers, bnd: in -consequence the finger was very eoro. Learning that Doan's Ointment omM be obtained here, L bought some, applying it to the wound, I. found it both relieved all pain and healed the sore. ..My experience, tbtid. enables me . to, say- that Duau'a Ointment is good cure for sores and cuts,' . ? ? r i: - Doan's Ointment U splendid in all sorts of akin diieised, \ioziuii, pil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

P. SNELSON, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, Sec, LIN8LBT STREET, COBAE. Patrp/iiso P. Sneleon, tho roooj»nised Family Baker, where you will got tho best if everything going in his' one. Picnics, Parties, &e.t supplied on the ehortes, notice, and in fact everj description of entering executed. HIS BIB WiaheB to inform all his friends ; that ho has re-taken tuc j TIIU LEGS OF II HOTEL, i COOLABAH. ! ? ; ? ; ? ! Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemen ] Boarders. Apply, , I Mrs. BARKER, ?' I Becker Street. ittlffl Bill | & CO., ! Gtfuef.il Carriers, and Ji'orwardii g j Shipping, Custom House, j uud OoiuuiiKbiun I ' Ag«i,(s ! TT~., A n t\\ ne ? . j 72 PlTl'-ST., SYDNEY : Produce supplied in Any Quantity \ at Keasotublt Kates. Wool cod ! ligned. | JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cobar. j J. Josephsou, \ Watchmaker, Jeweller ; MEDALLIST, OF All KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTER & OPAL OUOTEB. ' PSEOIOTJS STONES OP BVEEY DESCSIP | »'«««10N ALWAYS 1M ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

AVOID THE DANGER OF TIMS PAYMENT -ssis-^BUY FOR CASH. , 12s Saved in Every £. GEORGE-STREET CORNER, LIVERPOOL-STREET CORNER (OPPOSITE PERCY HORBERN'S) SYDNEY'S GREAT CASH FURNISHING EMPORIUM. A. Hall & Company. HA-IiL'S ' HAMPDEN' BEDROOM SUITE, cosnisting of Wardrobe with Plate-glass Front and Drawers, Duchesa Chest of Drawers, with Jewel Trays, Murble-top Wash-stand, Towel Rail, and Chair. Our Price is jE6 7s 6d. We have dozens of others to select from at £8, £9, £10, £12, up to any price. HALL'S HANDSOME H.T. BEDSTEAW, full size, complete, with Best Double Wove Wiro Mattress and set of best Bedding, £3 15s ; other prices, £4, £o, £7, to 12 guineas. See our window display. ALL-S DINING-ROOM SUITE, consisting of Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 6 JPadded-bucK Chairs, substantially made, and guaranteed, £6 lUs Fifty others to select from at £7, £8, £10, to 25 guineas, COUNTRY RESIDENTS, WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE. .A.- HC^x7l_. &- Co ...

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LANGUAGE AND ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

LANGUAGE AND ASSAULT. On Tuesday last, at the local police court, before Mr Brown, P.M., and Mr Mathews, J.P., two cases — one of abusive language and the other assault — were dealt with. Mr N. Morrison was the complainant and Mr M. Lamrock the defendant. Mr Hogan appeared for complainant and Mr Lamrock conducted his own defence. Neil Morrison, auctioneer, stated that on the 11th instant he was con- versing with Mark Robinson and P. Feeley when Lamrock came on the scene. A discussion arose over the origin of a few lines of poetry, and Lamrock made some remarks of an insulting character to witness. An altercation followed, Lamrock holding his shut fist in witness's face, and asked him to go around to the back- yard. He did that several times. Witness remarked that he would be ashamed of himself if found in the back-yard with defendant. Lamrock said : ' Come out into the back-yard, the white-livered dog that you are?'   This was on the footpath in Marshall street, and the...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Cobar Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Cobar Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Cobar District Hospital was held in the Council Chambers on Monday evening. Present : Messrs Breden (Chairman), Kinkead, Platten, Mathews, Edgar, Hooper, Musgrove, Snelson, James, and Dr Robinson. Correspondence, inward and out- ward, was read and dealt with. The following accounts were passed for payment on the motion of Messrs Mathews and Platten : — Dr Robinson (salary and drugs), £13 1s 6d ; John Leah, £2 2s ; A. Anderson. £6 18s 3d; P. Snelson, £1 10s; P. Goold, £10 5s 5d ; W. H. Bannister, £2 12s 9d ; P. Hannay, £8 6s 6d ; Buckpitt and Bradley, £1 7s ; M. Kelly, 12s ; Mrs Dyer, £1 4s ; L. Bruck, £11 8s Gd ; Mrs Harris, £8 4s 9d ; Bishop & Co., £2 8s 10d ; Miss M. Morris, £1 1s. The Medical Officer reported. There were 17 patients treated during the month — nine from the previous month and eight were admitted during the present month. Three patients died, all from chronic diseases. The report was received, on...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

MINING. All mills on Cobar field are idle. A number of Drysdale leases are about to be tried again. Wednesday's rain was of no use to the mining industry locally. The Eldorado mill is running well, and a fair clean-up is expected. Tho Cobar copper mine tanks have also been cleaned out during the week. The Great Western has plenty of water in its tank, but is not using it. Work has been resumod at Gil- gunnia. The Silver Ray and the Albion have been taken up again and on the former the owners are already busy stripping the reef. The Mount Pleasant is applying for suspension on account of water in the shaft, necessitating the purchase of pumping gear, the money for which will have to be raised. The Young Australia tank has yet a good supply. The mill is not now working, owing to the fact that a winding plant is being erected. The cyanide plant is working. At Nymagee, on Wednesday they had a good fall of rain, putting about 10ft in the copper mine tank, which should last about six mont...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Topics of the Week. Our neighbours back at Mossgiel are commencing to assert their impor- tance as a community. They do not quite rank with Wellington, which has storms that blow melons out of the melon patches in through the windows, because Mossgiel doos not lay itself out for melon patches, for reasons quite apparent to the casual visitor. At the same time some very excellent sand-storm stories, as good in their way as the Wellington melon legend, were current in Mossgiel last week, when the district pastoralists met and compared notes, and told one another how the sand-storms had hidden their fences, and how cubic yards of their runs had soared to heaven and their monetary prospects had steadily sunk in an exactly contrary direction. The long-suffering station men of the ex treme west felt that something must be 'done and they did it. They pe titioned the Government to remit a year's rent o.c their holdings. There is a pleasing simplicity about this step, whicu iamtly suggests a...

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Assault Case. GEO. OBRAY CHARGED. Before Mr Brown, P.M., and Mr P. Mathews, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Assault Case. GEO. OBRAY CHARGED. Before Mr Brown, P.M., and Mr P. Mathews, J.P. George Obray, on remand, was charged with assaulting Alfred May- bury with intent to commit grievous bodily harm. Sergeant Nies stated that he had in- terviewed Maybury in the Hospital, and he said he did not know who it   was who assaulted him as he was struck from behind. Mr Hogan then applied for the dis- charge of accused, as he contended there was no evidence against Obray. It was understood at the previous appearance of Obray that the Sergeant would accompany Obray to the Hospi- tal to see if Maybury could identify him, which led to the following dia- logue : — Mr Hogan, to the Sergeant : You did not give Obray an opportunity of seeing Maybury at the Hospital with you. Sergeant Nies : I would not go up with him. Mr Hogan informed the Bench that he understood that Maybury would give evidence to the effect that it was not Obray who assaulted him. Tho P.M. : But Maybury says he does not ...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Local and General Calendars. — The 'Cobar Herald'     calendar for 1899 is today issued to subscribers. Like some of the latter, it is a trifle behind. Gone for Grass. — About 45 horses from Booroondara station were truc- ked at Cobar on Wednesday morning for Narromine, near which they will be paddocked, owing to the scarcity of pasturage in this district. Musical Instruction. — Mrs and Miss Platten had intended leaving Cobar with the intention of further prosecuting Miss Platten's studies in music, but have deferred the idea. Pupils are received as usual. Liquor and Language. — The un- due thirst of three persons on Saturday night landed them in the dock on Monday morning, together with an individual who had soaked his speak- ing apparatus in beer till his lang- uage went bad. The usual fines were inflicted. Holiday Excursions. — In con- nection with the forthcoming Anni- versary Holiday, the Railway Depart- ment advertises that holiday excursion tickets w...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

BREVITIES. Weather Enjoyable.       Rain wanted.   Batteries idle.   Want of water.   Platten 's sale now on . Gatton still booming. Mr Barton is in Adelaide. On Federation business. Hot days now fall on Mondays. Warden's Court on Wednesday. Some applications for suspension. Quarter Sessions commence on Tuesday. Grain crops at Molong are in an excellent condition. Hospital race meeting on Thursday next.       Nubar Pasha, the famous Egyptian statesman, is dead. Cobar tributors going in largely for property about Waverley. Mr S. Riley returned on Tuesday evening from a holiday in Sydney. The latest about the Gatton horror — Nothing fresh. Good houses are reported to be at a premium in the town of Forbes. The Hillston P.M. has been waxing eloquent on that disconcerting frivolity tin-kettling. The Tyson boom appears to be still sailing cheerfully along. Hopeful relatives...

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

R. C. CHURCH. Mass at 7.30 and 10 a.m., Benediction 7.30 p.m.— Rev. Father Treacy

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 and 7 Rev. F. J. Branch; Minister

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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 21 January 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar at 11, and at 8 p.m. (in the Church) — Rev. A. Martin.

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