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Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 27 May 1899

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

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

Australian Eleven. LONDON.   Thursday The Yorkshire match was abandoned owing to the rain. ? \ , The Australians commenced ! a match against Lancashire. ; The ?wicket is soft and the attend ance large. Iredale, o Mold, b Cutt well, 21 ; Darling, c Ward, b Outt wdl, 16; Hill, c Ainsworih, b Outt woll, 11 ; Worrall, o Hartley, b B:iggs, 12 ; Noble, c Mold, b Cuttwrll, 0 ; Gregory, c Bards well, b Briggs, 4; Trumper 16, Kelly 13, both batting. Six out for 95. ' ' . i-.i...:.

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

CYCLING CARNIVAL. GREAT SUCCESS. Judge — Mr J. Leah. Starter — Mr. W. N. Musgrove. Timekeeper — Mr H. Dalgarno. Clerk of Course — Mr T. Hunt. Handicapper — Mr H. S. Clifton. Laptaker — Mr R. O. Breden. Lapcrier — Mr M. J. Duffy. Section Stewards — Messrs J. Cotton, R. C. Stevenson, E. J. Everett, M. J. Duffy. Secretary— Mr E. H. Pass. The annual carnival of the Cobar Cycle Club, held on Wednesday, was   a great success. The day was all that could be desired in the morning, while the afternoon was only marred by a slight wind. The fields in each event were large and in the majority of cases the races were really splendid. The track was in good order, having been prepared by the committee previous to the sports. The com- mittee adhered to the advertised times for the races as much as possible and the spectators — numbering about 600 - were not wearied with long waits. The time limit on the cham- pionship race, together with the lap prizes, made the contest the race of the...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

PNEUMONIA j is now espaoially dang'er- \ ? ous, for Winter, with its | chilly winds and wet clays, -; materially aicis this dread- I ! ed disease in its aitacks. '? \ First comes a slig'ht cough, « I then weakness, feverish- S 1 ness, shivering- fits, pain a £ in the, chest and shortness I | of breath. Later on the | % cough becomes a hacking1 5 C one, and pneumonia is fully | I developed. | I DtWILll4M5'PIHK PILLS f I cure pneumonia even at \ »:? its worst stag-es, as the j, following- testimonial will \ show: : j M.ss .U«iule ?Cliii'Mo. «'f Truto, « N.S , iii s : -'I t iill-j -d intensely » fr ? p !? Minoi,i;-, . w.iiuh ae\ in as $ tli-:r..--ii:-.-fii.a.iver«col.|. which I i ' coulil -itir»r.--i iirow nit'. Whenever I J coujiio'i l-ati-.-iiinl iin-srif nil over, 8 ami ihu i:,L-Ui.:g p in Has fearful. 5 l'\n- l.w.V ni iiu.- ! Wiis iu Led, S Hn.itl e ...-t.ii.siv l.y ?« 'skilful j) p'i.vsi.ii-11. l.w. I «'«?«? 'grailimlly « . wu.x; Til. iluel-.r s.i.l X was iii 3 cuiiMiinpiiiiii. mi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

i ? ? ? To'h« Deaf. — A. rich lady cured of he deafness and noiaei in the hend y Dr Nicbolton'i Artificial Bar ruu», hau m-nt 1,000 to his In»tite, so that doiif people nnable to piiure the Ear Drum* may have thedreo. Apply to Department A. X.,irhe Institute, ' Longcott,' G-un'roBiirT. TinnHnn W., KneUnrl

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

LONDON. Tkobsdat One hundred men and women, dis affected from the Khaafa's cause in the Soudan, have surrendered to the British. The French deputies, Deroulede and Habert, charged with attempting to raise a revolt after the funeral of the late President, have been acquitted. The verdict was received in Court, and also in the streets, with enthusi astic cheering. Deroulede assured the jury that he intended, at the first opportunity to repeat the offsnee, This declaration was greeted with a frantic outburst of applause. Thwre have been seriou3 labor riots at Riga, in Russia. The soldiers charged the mob, Five parsons were killed and 78 wounded. Of the latt«r the wounds of 23 are severe.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

??'fVSNELSON; BAKIR, CONFECTIONER^., LIN8LBT STREET, COBAB. | *a*ronis« P. Bnelson, th« s r.»ocni«ed Fwnilj Bakar,. t. - ,h«.joa will got. the -tat. ? if -reryth|»s «'?'£ iu h' ' P ''' ?? ''?? K:.. »:| n.,.i f ft, ii! in '???: ?''£ . , -: di/«oripti.'-n - of c«U!i{i execute.-). |j HiircourtStreot, j COBAK. ? ? , i- Wbl i PBOPRIETORS| MINB ORDERS A SPECIALITY, Agent* for Band Drill and Rttcka Kock Co., snd all mining requisites, - C»»h Buyers of scrap castinas- jj Agent for Klondyke Gold Dishes *.n'& Auralin— a gbd-aend to mine managers t Blacksmith's Tuyers irons mads I iiTSlii A CO., I, G»ner*l Carriers, and Forwarding Shipping, Cufltntn Hou»f, i ?itirt -.''-mnWi**i' ?'-? t ; .K^alK I ? ftr-M Offivr.— I ) 72 PITi-S.T....S;YD;:J:Y «i«n--. ? „ ? .;..;?, ;„ .?-:; I ? JOHN 1.15 vH,~ '' ? ?'??''? M»n«g-'r, 12b biiv. .'????$ j. Josephson. Watchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST. or ALI HUBS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDH-ST., DIAHOKD SETTER * OPAL OU^TEE. fBBOIOTJS STONES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

CARPETS, - BEiSTEAOS - AND ? BiDDiiG AND WHKEB TO GET IT, A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREET3. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, In Tapestry and 1'lunh, Couch, Pair Snty Chairs, and Four Oarred Chairs, for £4 10a. 50 others, 6, 10 to 20 gninooe, al HALLS. BBDROGM SUITE, Walnut Color. Wardrobe, Plote- glass Door and Drawers, Duohess Chest Drawers, with glass attaohert, Marble-top Wash stand, Towel Kn.il and Cano Chair, £6 15s. 30 Bedroom Suites to soleot from. DINING-ROOM SUITE, Vory Strong All Spring»soated and Paddod Bade Chairs, 8 guinoaa. 20 others, 7, 12 and 20 guineas, at HALL'S ?-, ? FULL SIZE HALF-TESTER BED STEAD, Brass Rail, Double-wiro MattreBB, and Set Beat Bedding, £3 15s. 50 Latest Design Bodsteads to Bolect from at HALL'S .A™ ZH-A-X-iL &CO THE UNITERSAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, 501, 563, 565 and 567 GEORGE-ST. Country Orders packed froo. New Illustrated Furnishing Guide Poet Fros. (ESTABLISHED 1894.) BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. O_ HOOPE3R PSEMIER WATCHMAKER &am...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

The Newsboy's Question. It is a well-known fact that ammu; the little street arabs, who vend tho daily newspapers about tho streets of all 1 »!?;;?? cities, the possessors of remarkably kpen intellects are frequently found, A cas in point occurred only a fow days ago. The youngster after having effected the salo of a paper, requested the purchaser to answer him whioh was the quioker heat or cold ? Failing to receive an answer, tho boy volunteered tho infor mation that heat was the quicker, as you can catch a cold. And now as this is th weather when colds are most easily caught, it would be well for us to fortify ourselves against such a possibility. Colds ara caused by the congestion of tho blood, -which is the most prominent in the head and throat. Influenza can bo traced to the samo cause, and irregular or insufficient liver action in most oases responsible for both. If the proper and effective working order of tho liver be restored, the dangers, of contracting colds or influenza ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegrams. SYDNEY PERTHSHIRRE SIGHTED. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

Telegrams. srDNRr PERTHSHIRRE SIGHTED. Friday. The barque Northern Chief, bound from Kaipara, in New Zealand, to Syduey, when hailed off Newcastle, reported having been in company with the steamer Perthshire on May 25th, about 700 miles east of Sydney, al most on the track of vessels running between Sydney and Auckland. The captain reported all well on board.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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About Cheque Butts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

About Cheque Butts. Mr J. L. Purve3 is a leading man at the bar in Victoria. Ho is a power whore a jury has to be swayed. The other day, when addressing the good men and true dealing with the trial of Flanagan, charged with robbing itowan, tne question 01 the blocks of cheque books was commented on. ' You know these blocks are like a prominent politician's diary, which is kept for the purpose of putting down from day to day what are not facts. (Laughter). 1 can quite understand this in certain circumstances. Say a man loses money at the races, he may he excused if he onters up five guineas for charity. (Laughtor.) Or suppose a well-known divine goes to Adelaide and investigates the totalisator, and suppose he lo.--es 10 or 20 notes, would he entor in the block of his cheque book ' turf losses,' ' gambling', or 'totalisator?' (Loud laughter); Not he He would probably : write in, 'New Guiuea Exploration Fund.' (Renewed laughter.) \ law-.er, 1 10 would he enter up a gambling d-sbt in a...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

$ the urn If I WHO LAUGHS Is the fortunate individual who : sleeps soundly, and for whom 'good 1 , 1 digestion waits on appetite.' J j (^8& - .... j - . Cheerfulness, sound sleep and perfect - 1 digestion are always attainable by 1 1 drinking I WOLFE'S j I SCHNAPPS I ' ► If you have ' that tired feeling ' 1 '. § about you that makes you depressed 1 [ ( ' and gloomy, caused jjrobably by the 3 liver and kidneys being a little out ' 1 I of gear, try WpLFE'S SCHNAPPS ' a pleasant tonic beverage. I Ask for WOLFE'S and refuse Jg ''J\ cheap imitations. Cf Sobb Exes. — It is extremely satis factory to note the ever-increasing popularity of Morris's Lnperial Eye Ointment as the unfailing remedy for all complaint? of the Eyes. It is particularly adapted tor the many ailments met with in these colonies, and its great reputation is based upon ita giving instant relief in Btery in stance. Tliei* is no need to resort to the many worthless substitutes offered. It -;an be .irnuured of Chemi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

From New Zealand. Rebfton, Now Zealand, Nov., 23, 1896. I am very pleased to .state that sin^e I took the agency of Chamber lain's medicines tho sale bin been very large, more especially of the Cough Romedy. In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy than of all other makes for the previous five years. As to its effi cacy, I have been informed by sooros af persons of the good results tboy bave received from it, and know its raluo from the use of it in my own household. It is so pleasant to take that wo havo to place the bottle lieyond the reach of ihe children. E. J. SCANTLEBPBT. For sale by H. D*lguruo, Chemist, Hdbnr.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Cricketers. MATCH WITH OXFORD. LONDON. Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

Australian Cricketers. MATCH WITH OXFORD. LONDON. Wednesday, In their first innings Oxford made 341, while the Australians scored 803. In their second innings the Austra lians made a determined stand, four wickets having been lost for 360. Hill was bowled by Bosanquet for 24 ; Gregory was bowled by Stocks for 26 . Darling scored 106 and Noble 100, both batting. The match was drawn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH COUNTY CRICKET. MAGNIFICENT SCORING. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

ENGLISH COUNTY CRICKET. MAGNIFICENT SCORING. London, Thursday. In the match Surrey versus Tomer set, tho former made 811, Abel being not out for 357. In .the inatch Yorkshire versus Middlesex, the latter made 888, to which Trott coutributed 164.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
First Test Match. AUSTRALIANS BATTING. A GLORIOUS WICKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

First Test Match. AUSTRALIANS BATTING;. . ' A GLORIOUS WICKET. Thursday. The first test match between the Australians and All England com menced at Nottingham to-day. Tho weather was glorious and the ?wicket fast. ' Johns, Worrall, and McLeod stood out. The Australians won the toss, and went to the wickets. Following is the result of the play when stumps were drawn : — Iredale, c Hay ward, b Hearne ... 6 Darling, b Hearne ... 7.r 47 Noble, b Rhodes ... ... 41 Gregory, b Hirst ... ... 48 Hill, run out ... ... ... 52 Trumper, b Hearne ... ... 0 Howell, c Hay ward, b Rhodes ... 0 Kelly, c and b Hearne ... ... 26 Trumble, not out ... ... 9 Sundries ... ... .. 9 Total ... 8 out for 288

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

Notice. W. D1ERKE WISHES to inform his patrons and the residents of Cobar and District that he has purchased the blacksmith ing and wheelwrighting business car ried on by Messrs Tomlins and Si mon at the corner of Linsley and Becker Streets, and that he will con tinue the same 'at the new shop. The old establishment in Queen Street is now closed. Municipal District of Cobar. Public Notice. To His Worship, The Mayor of Cobar. WE, the undersigned ratepayers of the Municipal District of Cobar, here by request that you will call a PUB LIC MEETING to discuss the ques tion of immediate water supply for the Tatepayers. This is an urgent matter iin view of the present situation. WALTERUS BROWN, P.M. A. B. C. BURKE. ''? and others. In accordance with the above requisi tion a Public Meeting will be held in the Council Chambers, Cobar, on Monday, June 5, 1899, at 8 p.m. P. SNLLSON, lMayor. 'Council Chambers, June 2, 18s)9. ! LQST' |-mmercial traveller's leather WHTING CASE. Fiader rewarded on ...

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

SANDl'ilt AND 'SONS EUOALTPT 1 JiXTEACT ' Aocordiug ? to ? roports o( a grtat numter of physicinnu of tho highost professional standiug. thoro aio ofl'orod lilucalypti lixtract, whioli possess no curative qualities. In protection of the world irido fame of Sander and Sons' preparation ,,T7O puDlisu a tew abstracts from those roports, ivhich boar fully out that no lolinuuo can bo placed in other iroducts:— Dr. W. B. Ruah, Oakland, lal., wiitos. It is sometimes diflicult to obtiiin tho gonuiue article (Sandek and Son's) I omploj-ed differont other pre~ paratious, thej- had no therapeutic raluo no bad olfocts. la one case tho effects wore similar to the oil camphora, tho objoctionablo notion of which is well known.' Dr. H. Ii. Drake, Portland, Oregon, says—' Sinco I becamo acquaint ed with this preparation (Saxdeji and Sons) Iiuoil no other form of eucalyptus as I think it i» by fur the best.' Dr, L. I'. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., wiitos '? I coTor used any preparation other than Sander...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH DERBY. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899

ENGLISH DERBY. London, Thursday. The Derby was won by Flying Fox, with Damolles 2nd and Innocence 3rd. The winner started at 5 to 2 on. Later. The Derby was won by 2 lengths. Time, 2min 42 4-5 sees.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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