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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
SOIOSO^LJVSFiPSBA Positively Averted by Using Dold'a Dyspepsia Tablets, Does Dyepopsia kill ? Yes. In thousands of instances Dys» popsia has given tho invitation to death. This may bo a startling etatemont, but it is a true one, Dyspepaia unchecked causes a melan choly, hopeless feeling. Soon this merges into dark and dreary despondency. Then follows insanity — which is tho eecond ?tage of despondency. The invariable tendency of all who suffer from melancholy iusanity, is to commit suicide. In nine caies out of ton they succeed, Thus Dyspepsia loads to death. Now, thoro't not tho least necessity for this. It need not bo so, and can bo prevented as easity an you can fall asleep. There's no socrot about how it is done. Simply uso Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets — one or two after ouch meal — for a couple of weeks, and tho thing is done. Dodd's Dyspopsia 'i'ablots are a per fectly jjef/ei:t digestive. They digest the food Ihemsolves. They don't need help. , Sometimes constipation accompanies ...
A Sure Sign of Croup. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
A Sure Sign of Croup. Hoarseness in a child that is sub ject to croup is a sure indication of tho approach of the disease, [f Chamherluin'a Cough Eemedy is given as soon a* tho child becomos hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent tho attack. Many mothers who have croupy ehiidroQ always keep tin's remedy at hand and find that it saves them much worry and trouble. It can alvrnyB bo depondod upon and is pleoannt to take. For snlej'bv H, T-nl--;.ni!. ('IiiiiimkI, (' ,W:r. ' '
Doleful Domesticity. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
Doleful Domesticity. It is a sad sight to see e-- husband arrive home from a hard day's work to find the breakfast table not cleared, no signs of dinner, and no loring wife to greet him at the entrance door. Such a condition of affairs is tel dom seen in Australia, unless the wife is tied to the lounge or bed with disease. Headaches, nausea, back aches, seeming total collapse and in ability to stir, will come to most of ub occasionally, and you can eafely charge it to the liver. More homes h«ve been brightened, and faces made beaming with health, and happiness, through using War ners Safe Cure, than any other med icine on earth. There is not a man or woman in Australia, whose circle of friends is bo small that they , have not a friend who has told them plainly : ' Warner's tJafe Cure put me right when my liver was bad and kidneys weak.' STou know it ; your friends' experiences ought to be a fairly good guide.
A Few Pertinent Questions. TO ALL READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
A Few Pertinent Ques tions. TO ALL READERS. Have you nn Elector's Eight ? Do you know that if you havo a right, tho currency of it has bm^ ex tended by Act of Parliament 10 8lsr. of December, 1900 ? Do yon know that -:f -??.' hav? a RiL'ht. vim nisiT vote ac the ? ;d-'-oii dum at any booth iu any electorate of the colo- y ? Do you know chat without a Right you cannot vote ? Do you know that you can get a Right, if Qualified, by personally ap plying at tbo Court House during office hours on any day, and between 7 and 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays ? Do you know that it does not take five minutes, if you are qualified, to get a right from the C.P S., or from any of the Deputy- Registrars? Do you know that you may get an Elector's Right by applying by post to any of these gentlemen ? Do you know that tho formalities necessary to be observed in getting a Kigkt by post take somo time, and that it is therefore desirable to apply at onco ? Do you know that if you had a Right for another el...
The Late Mr James Pearce. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
The Late Mr James Pearce. As recently recorded, James Pearce died on May 22nd, 1899, aged 65, &nbsp; the cause of death being apoplexy. He was a notice of Lelant, Cornwall, England. The Rev Mr Graham preached a funeral sermon in the Wes- leyan Church last Sunday evening, and dwelt considerably on the life of James Pearce, who was an active member of the Wesleyan Church, be- ing the first organist and Sunday School teacher of that Church in Co- bar. He had been an active member of that body ever since the early age of 12.
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
Topics of the Week. In sporting parlance the campaign is coming into the straight and the Federal horse is a weighty Carbine crushing past the Anti-Federal field, and leaving the procession of miscel- laneous hacks in the dusty rear. When the race is over it will be a repetition of the historic gallop ' Eclipse first, the rest nowhere.' Although the campaign is 'coming, into the straight' it must not be imagined that every racegoer ' is &nbsp; straight Indeed, some are very crooked. Others are wearying of the pace and falling to the abject rear. They have evidently been trained on and Federal fiction and dieted on &nbsp; &nbsp; 'crushing taxation' twenty two &nbsp; and sixpence ' per head and other fungi non-productive of stamina. But there is no doubt about the Federal Carbine. He's alright. He's been fed on fact, sincerity, honesty, logic, experience, balance, patriotism and public opinion. He will come in, hard held, an easy winner amid the enthusi...
QUEENSLAND'S VIEWS. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
QUEENSLAND'S VIEWS. Brisbane, Friday. Mr Reid received a cordial wel- come on his arrival at Brisbane yester- day. Amongst those present were the Premier of Queensland and several mem- bers of the Ministry. He represented that New South Wales had practically made up its mind in favor of union &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and would accept the Commonwealth Bill on the 20th June. The Queensland Assembly has fur- ther considered the Federal Enabling Bill, and has decided that the referen- dum should not be taken before the 31st August.
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
Sporting. There was a football match on Saturday, between the Cobar Football Club and the Federals, and after a very wild and unsightly game the match resulted in a draw — each &nbsp; side having scoed three. Mr R Crumblin was captain of the Federals and Mr A. Fer- guson acted in a similar capacity for the Town team, while the Rev. A. R. Martin officiated in that very important and corres- pondingly thankless position of referee. He did his best, but somebody always thought fit to disagree with him, and between hacking in scrums, wearisome wrangles and a long, loud and deafening yell, the war waged on. To attempt to report it would be useless, for &nbsp; &nbsp; the match simply beggared description. Somehow or othereach side scored one try. The Federals didn't kick a goal, but the &nbsp; Town boys did, and the referee wouldn't allow it. The try was obtained behind the &nbsp; goal posts but the referee wouldn't allow it, &nbsp; because ...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
BREVITIES. Federation &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Nearly unanimously &nbsp; Wanted in Cobar. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; So say the public. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Barton should be got. Sleath doubtless all right, But there are better advocates. &nbsp; The nearer the people come To drinking Fort Bourke water, The less they like the prospect. Australian cricketers doing splend- &nbsp; &nbsp; didly. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Good stand by Oxford University. Cobar races likely to be good Turf Club's new rules in the press. &nbsp; More typhoid reported since our last. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Wrightville road men working vigorously. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
Gilgunnia. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
Gilgunnia. (From our own Correspondent.) Queen's Birthday was celebrated here, in the usual style. The young folks made bonfires at night, and the older ones assembled, by invitation from the ladies of Gilgunnia, at the old Royal Hotel, to enjoy a good dance. Everybody was there, with his sisters and cousins and aunts, not to forget his wife. Dancing was kept up till the small hours of the morn- ing. Refreshments were provided by the ladies and the whole was a gigan- tic success. All enjoyed themselves and I hope that such friendly gather- ings will be repeated often during the winter months. The weather is still dry. Stock around here is very poor generally. Rain is badly wanted and earnestly prayed for by everybody.
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 3 June 1899
MINING. Mr J. M. Scott, mining broker, Co- bar, reports : — Business in the share market during the week has been much better than for some time past. Young Australians had a sharp rise to 5s, and had it not been for profit- taking sellers coming in, shares would have seen higher prices. Occidentals are firmer, buyers offering at 6s 3d, with sales at that figure. Chesneys firmed from 5s 9d to 9s paids ; con- tributing, buyers 3s 6d, sellers 5s. Drysdales have buyers at 2s 6d, and Cobar copper at 75s. The manager of the Drysdale Pro- prietary G. M. Syndicate, Mount Drysdale, reports for fortnight ending 30th May : — During the fortnight I have sunk a shaft 2ft, making a total depth of 43ft ; started a crosscut west at this level, and have driven same 5ft, with the object of breaking good ore overhead. On Tuesday last the Warden granted three months suspension of the labor conditions, on account of want of water, to the Great Peak G. M. Syn- dicate for leases 5 portion G. L. 5, 6 — 6,...