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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

/ From New Zealand. Kfefton, iNew Zoaland, Nor., 23, 18i-6. 1 am nry \l-»tc-\ l.- state that siirel took il'Siigenct of Chamber lain's medicine* tliu ntle bus been very orgr, more especially of the IcukIi Keir.eJv. In twoyeara I havo mild more of fchia particular rotiedy thin or :i 1 .it.hor rruke« fi.r tho |irn iriiB Hro years. As to its effi , i-ary, 1 liave be. 11 it-farmed by foores of 1 1 ?Min- ivf the good results they Im v.- rtct-ir(d from 11, anil know its rali.0 fn m the use of it in my own l'niicebol(r.: It ii go plraaant to take Mia', vo have to ilace tho bottle l-»)oml tbo reach of the children. K. J. f-'CAXTLEnCRT, For Bale by H. Dalgarno, Chemi-t, Oobar.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sundown Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Sundown Mine. Tho Stnnthorpe paper publishes the following information regarding the Sinn Ihorpe mino, in which local men aro much interested:—' Tun mine, wo aro pleased to suy, is making satis factory progress, and will without rlpuhl 1)B tha uoxfc good dividend pay ill'' mine in thu district. Up to the -^present 250ft of a- drive has b en put into thu mountain in which the mine is .-iluiited, through nro averaging ten per cent, copper the whole distance. From the tunnel level to the surface is now from 75ft to 80fr, and it wiil thiui lu readily seen that- there is a tremendous quantity of ore ready to be s-UijX'd from this level ulouc. At nbont 180ft from the tunnel mouth a \v 11 xc has been suul; 50ft (tot.il depth from surl:ico 107ft), carrying ore most con sistuntly the whole way. Prom thu lo'tom of the winza ilii.iii' is linimr pushed on both to tho east and wost — in the one instance 35ft has bo n driven and in tho other 17ft. the or. at thii depth main tains the s:imn charac...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Telegrams. SYDNRY Friday. Mr Carrnthers favnra the closing of some of the western couutry nj»ainst aijy sort of occupation for a spell to give the grasses a chiince to recover. Mr Want was to have lefc Londou on May 18 and is expected* to reach Ryilnev some (lavs before th-i referen dum, in time fc- put anothei' nail in the coffin of the bill, w'uioh he reports dia'ii.ctly is worse thun b fore. Both parties aro ; now tho.oughly organised th'oxi-hoit ^ho colony. R? quests for promioi-nt speakers are com-. inpr in dnily from all pares. Mr Reid addressed an outdoor de monstration of 3000 people at Waver ley yosternighf, and was accorded a splendid reception. The vote in favor of the bill was carried with only teu disseutonts. Mr Barton also secured a practically unanimous vote at Balmain Town Hall, which was packed to suffocation. A terrible accident occurred at Bundalier water works, near Adelaido, yesterday, when a fall of oarth took place, entombing sis men, named Naulty, Markin, Cr...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trade Trials. AN ENGINEER'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Trade Trials. AN ENGINEER'S WIPE. Sumbori of papero have published difffr ciit orti lr* dealing with tlio trials of sailors, soldi i s m-.ir.ecrj, policemen, and other*. Into ''tinji ns th«»c articles aro, they liavo niiH.il a bia point, inasmuch aa wliilode ?m-ibiug the pritaliuns and dangers which iii- men 1)».«» tliroiifzli, tliry.lmvr p id no dibute to i tie patient holp, devotion, and sometimes danger :i» will, which their wives Lute borno without protest. With a TltTT of lomedjirg this omission, the lihi/nei/ Adtorate and Ctircuur Herald recently in terviewed an engineer's wifo instmd of the engineer himself. Mrs Lajlmidj the ln.-iv itiitrvieweH. is tho nife of Mi J. Lnylnnd, enoineer in charge of tbe Ruilwaj Pump Bourn ut Blujney. '? Yf9,' inirl Mis Laylond, with a, bright smile, to the pressman, '' I do jeel lonely ut limea when 11 y husband is sway amongst the machinery, but I am better able to bear his absence now than formerly.' ' How id that f' queried tbfi reporter. Wel...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

. P. 5NELS0N, BAKER, CON FEOTIONER, kc, LINSLBY STREET, UOBAE. p.tronia. P. Snelaon, the f,ooKn.Bed Family Baker, 'where you will Ret th. beat ? if every th ins 6-)-n8 '' hl' ?''? Picnics, I'artirB, lu:\ Miuplicil ..ntheahortea. notve, R»d in fad 'er.v description of citeritig executed* pllfifl, Karoo-art Streot, COBAB. Itafllffl., PROPRIETORS. 3£QTS ORDERS'! SPECIALITY. Agents for Band Drill and Kacka Bock ''o., oDd/ftll mining requisites. O»ih Buvera of scrap Matinee. Agent for Klon.iyke Gold Dishes and Auralin — a gnil-eeud to raino monagnrs Blacksmith's Tuyore irons made fisrii & CO., General Cfcrnwra, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom Hou»«, and Commission Agents Head Office— 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied iD Anv Quantity at Eeaiocable Hates. Wool con signed. JOHN LEAH, Manager, Cobar. J. Josepkson, Wateb maker, Jeweller Or AIJ? KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., -BLA WE E.F«— DIAMOND SETTEE 4; OPAL CUTTER. fBICIOtJS STONES OF EVEBY DBSOSIP ....

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

HIMAtlE FSlllTSil* c;.r,,'2Ts, - bsssteabs ? and - bedding AND WHKRK TO GET IT, A . ; II A i ,L A N D COMP A N Y, COItNTSU GEOHGB AND LIVERPOOL STHEETd. ?' DBiWhN'n-ROOM sUITIC, ~ j DIN I NO-ROOM M0I tE, Very Strong ijTtpoitrj »ml 1'iush, Coiu-h, l'«h- | All Spring.tioiti.vl nnd Padded Back Iht- Chain, ?nil Knur Cum-d Chuiiv, I Clmira, G giiinsiM. for ti 10a. 50 iitln-rn. 5, 10 ro 20 ! 20 olli»r«, 7, 12 ami 20 guinea!, ut ._aiiin»«, tti. HAIiLs. I HALL'S . . . j~iih.UROO.Jf .aL'lTK, . VVulnut Oul,.r. -FULL djZ i iS'ALIM'KSTKR BED I W«nlr»bs; I'lolo alms Door rind ? V ?'STEAD, Briwa '.Rail, Doublawiro, llrnwri, I'uclifas (MiqM. Drn«vr«, wi'h Muttreea, and Sot Beat Bedding, )rU«« a'ranln-.l, Alai-hlc-top \V:iih- £3 15». tuiid, Tufi-r Kail and Gmc 60 Latest Design Bodatoads | \ Clmr, £6 15«. ? . . to aoleot from ut ! 81 BnlrooinSuiica to select from. HALL'S THE U.NIVERS IT, HOUSE FUR.N'WI ER5, Mil, 5G3, 505 and 567 OEOBOE-ST. ; Country Order* paoktd fre-\ New lll-ipLr:i(.»cl Furniahing...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Shepherd's Short Stem Cabbage. — Extraordinary yield. Messrs P. L. C. Shepherd & 8on, the well known Seedsmen of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, have received the following letter from Mr T. rheeth&m, of Callan Park : — ' The seed of Shepherd's Short Stem Cabbage supplied by you has given the following wonderful r suits : — From a. bed 152ft by 8i)ft I cut 8ton 7cwt. (18 tons per acre) and one head weighed 401b.' P. L. C. Shepherd & -ion send their catalogue free to all appli ants * In 1887 Mr Thomas Mi-Intosn ..f Allent wn, Tenn., hal an ittt rk f dvB'nte*y which b-ea.np ihroi-i.\ ' I wan treated hv thi- ?--f-t . hn.ioian' in Bim Tanm»»B e wrb.ut a -u -;' h« hsvh, ' P-nM 1. 1 iri' ? Ci)iim'-i-»- lninV-\i!i», Ch-lurR, and Di r' co- r tn.-H-. vttr u«i't; ab ut t««lu. bui -\er I was ;'U ?(???! * :'iioH ami «? 1. P;t r-l: by ii. D,U-ar ?. cheuiiat. C- - 2 ^ 8 ( ?? ft O L i-s- & & la ? . 5 ' '? OIXELff Maize oats, Effco. We are agents for direct and regu...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Mr J. M, Scott Mining Broker, Cobar, reports :— Drysdalos. Occidentals and Young Australians were all naked for at higher rates during tho wook, tho lattor had a rise of Gd, nnd closed 4s. Tho mino is reported to bo looking remarkable well at tho 230ft level. Choanofs, paid* sold down to 5s with dosing sales at it . Ch.'onr ('Vbavn. liuyars 7(lp,

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Departure of Sergt. Nies [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Departure of Sergt. Nies At the conclusion of the Police Court business on Tuesday last, a few words were spoken regarding Sergean Nies, who has been transferred to Murrurundi. Mr Brown, P.M., said that as this was the last day on which the departing Sergeant would offici- ally attend the court he purposed say-   ing something. He first congratulated the sergeant on his removal to such an excellent district. He and his family would feel the benefit after such a long stay in the backblocks. As an individual he merited the respect and esteem of every resident, and officially he was most painstaking and con- cientious. Of course a policeman   could not please everyone, and some people had called him a case-maker, but he (the speaker) thought the fault was all the other way, as the sergeant was very lenient. eo was a most con- scientious officer, and gave his evi- dence in a most truthful way. He wished the Sergeant and his wife every sucess. Mr Hogan, on behal...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Local and General Sale of Priveleges. — Attention is directed to Messrs N. Morrison and Co 's sale of the privileges in connection with the forthcoming   Cobar races. Mr Thomas's New Hotel. — We under- stand that MrC. E. Thomas of this town   hopes to have his new hotel in Linsley street open in time for the races. The premises are near completion. Unequalled and Invincible.'Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds 1/6. Church of England. — The accommodation in St Paul's Church, Cobar being all-together   too small, an effort is to be made to enlarge the church. When the new edifice is built by and bye the present one will be used as   a hall.     Federation. — Cobar, from all one hears, will poll for the Bill on June 20th. Con- sidering the number of voters, some of the Federal leaders should spare the time to speak here. We want to see the Bill carried and hope some 'really prominent' Federalist...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Brevities.   Cycle Sport Great success. Best yet held Good racing entries For the June meeting. Football this afternoon.   Town team v. Federals. See fifteens in sporting news. Mr Sleath spoke on Wednesday, in support of Federal Bill.   Mr Frank, Cotton speaks on Monday, But his voice will be against the bill. The English Derby will be run next Wednesday. There is a boom on in the under- taking line. Sergeant Nies took his departure on Thursday morning. 'One fool at a time,' said member     Sleath on Wednesday. Raiilway Commissioners reducing school-children's fares. Senior-Sergeant Cameron arrived in Cobar on Thursday. A number of Cobar sports went to Bourke races this week. Mr Reid is to be temporarily ap- pointed Attorney General. Solicitor J. T. Readford has pitched his moving tent at Hillgrove.   New drink likely to be in demand soon. Lake O'Gorman liquid. Prince Carbine won the Birthday cup at Randwi...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Police Court. A case against a man for disobeying a maintenance order, adjourned from the 16th to the 3rd, was further ad- journed to the 30th. On Monday be- fore the Police Magistrate, Gertrude Mildream, alias Newton, was fined 60s in default 21 days in Dubbo gaol for assaulting Ada Harrison, a child eleven years old. Mr Elwin appeared   for accused. The fine was paid. The same accused also contributed 60s to the revenue for language. Next day   Mr J. Collins enriched the Govern- ment coffers by one sovereign. Drink was the trouble. The same   person paid two more sovereigns for language of a deep navy blue shade. The day after Queen's Birthday Messrs Morrison and Mathews, Js.P., sent up a Chinaman to Dubbo for four months, with the option of a ten-pound fine, for unlawfully annexing a ham be- longing to Mr A. G. Paull.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sleath on Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Sleath on Federation. The wintry nature of Wednesday evening was responsible for the small- ness of the crowd addressed by Mr Richard Sleath, from the balcony of the Great Western Hotel. Those amendments made at the Premier's Conference met his views, and the bluff, blunt, and burly Broken Hill-ite championed the cause just as vigor- ously as he had opposed the faulty bill of '98. He did not consider the finan- cial provisions perfect, but although the opposition to them had been very fierce no better scheme had been sug- gested. It provided for the return of three fourths of the Federal revenue to the state subscribing it. This was only just and fair, because the Federal Parliament would take over the whole of the excise and customs revenue from the different states. The three fourths of revenue returned would be paid to each state, to be used by the Parliament of that state. The pro- pertied men of Sydney fought the bill because they could not have the capi- tal there to enhance t...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Sporting. Shooting match on Tuesday. Mr Cadell defeated Mr Morrison for the tennis captaincy on Saturday last. The following are the entries for the Town Plate, to be run on 7th proximo;   — Glenroy, Lilydale, Caroline, Repose, Storm King, Lady, Exirs, Bob, Have- lock, Gozoczar, Sateen, Carrol, Locket and Young Australia. For the Cobar Turf Club Handicap, to be run the following day, the same horses have been entered, as well as the horse Felon. In the football match this afternoon between the town team and the Fed- erals, the former will be represented by the following : — Messrs Edwards, Ferguson, Mat O'Neil, Hamilton, H Clifton, F Clifton, Suttor, Jordan, M'Leod, Shannon, Bates, Dargue, Wilson, Prentice, and Ritchie, with Messrs Mitchell and Dargue as emer- gencies. The following will represent the Federals : — Messrs McDonald, Gould, Bowen, Gilligan, Lanyon, Finch, Frost, New, Crumblin, Holdorf, Hurst, Bal- four, O'Donnell, Osborne, P. O'Don- nell, and Power.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Municipal Council. Tho fortnightly meeting of the above- named body was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening, Pre- sent : Alderman Snelson (Mayor), James, Kinkead, Bailey, Duffy, Mus- grove, and Hogan. The Wrightville Municipal Associa-   tion wrote hurrying on the separation. The letter was allowed to stand over   pending the receipt of further infor- mation.   The Dubbo Council forwarded a resolution required for the water scheme. Mr Spence wrote stating that the Muriel Tank had been opened for the use of the public. Replies were received from a num- ber of Councils regarding the proce- dure of separation. The Council Clerk at Cooma wrote asking for the working of the Cobar sanitary system. The information was forwarded on the motion of Alder- men Duffy and Musgrove. Alderman Hogan moved that the Colonial Secretary be written to ask- ing if a Cobar Council's objection would be considered. Alderman Kinkead seconded the mo- tion, whi...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

LATER. The Australians are all out for 267. Trumper 82, Trumble 51, Kelly 36. Lancashire have two out for six.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sandwich Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Sandwich Dance. The Sandwich dance in aid of the Roman Catholic Church funds was held on Wednesday evening last and was fairly well attended by about 35 couples, all present appearing to enjoy themselves thoroughly, being     carried away by the many fascinations of terpsichore. Miss Lester officiated at the piano in her usual brilliant style, Mr. M. J. Duffy fulfilling the duties of M.C. efficiently. The re- freshment tables were laid out on the stage and bountifully supplied by the ladies of Cobar. Appended is a list of the ladies present : — Mrs M A. Padula, black silk, white silk trimmings and chrysanthemums Mrs Loughman, black silk, chiffon and jet   trimmings Mrs W. N. Musgrove, blue silk and chiffon. Mrs R. Kinkead, cream satin. Mrs M. J. Duffy, black silk, chiffon and roses. Mrs G. Hooper, shower of hail muslin and deep roses. Mrs T. Hunt, heliotrope satin, cream silk lace trimmings. Mrs Thomson' blue cashmere, white silk chiffon and ri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Rainfall. FROM 1881 TO 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

Cobar Rainfall. FROM 1881 TO 1898. Through the courtesy of Mr. Leah we have received the following infor- mation of the rainfall for the Cobar district from 1881 to 1898 —         ?X- OCOOHOOOHi 1 1 1 00 *. ►'- 01 a v- *- o 00 *? . 2 li UKUOMCUH3 ,/Jt I ^ 1 ' ' ' ! ° c- 1 to e* 10 to co M 03 c-i I I I I I 'J o; oc' w o i-1 o o i-1 -i © o o 00 c* -vi^o^atoco-jooooQOjso Cj Ovi£-OI-'«0li*.MC-T|£.|-ltf».|-i '- M OOtS O QOO *-' O OOO 00 i-- o ot o o en o v- qo 03 lo rx to 99 00 !n H- © tC tO #. OV IC U- -vj |f-- cj I 5' c aa i--i£.t&. i-' en bOW*Jto.Wrti. to *- mi ©©©©opr-'i-?©©©, oc tO uOXW itS*.OO SlU-HM I -Jp *f* 1 I I ^ © i-'eNOS'vjtji-'if»-e.icivL-Oi£.| '- h-» I— _O1 M.O'.'O HJ©©© ©.© r-' ©:Ot ' CO ^j — ^- tO *? d. I-1 J5 3- 5O If- O CO 9° 1 ' ! : : I O CO I &* to en *O 10 its- tO M if-. l{^ i-1 M lf». to ^ O *.pJWOilkNipiSIO'| i to 00 ?^j --J ^] u3.tf-..ci rf^ til O: Cn I I © fo cs to i— ' ..co (3o © co en -vi © ov...

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R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

WESLEYAN. Cobar at 11 and 7.30   Rev A. Graham.

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