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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

5» THE M\N %{ ; WHO LAUGHS ; Is the fortunate individual who sleeps soundly, and for whom 'good I , , digestion waits on appetite.' - , Cheerfulness, sound sleep and perfect - digestion are always attainable by i ' I drinking : WOLFE'S j= :; SCHNAPPS I If you have 'that tired feeling' % about you that makes you depressed $ t ' and gloomy, caused probably by the g 1 liver and kidneys being a little out J of gear, try WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS f 2 a pleasant tonic beverage. J \ Ask for WOLFE'S and refuse jC f$\ cheap imitations. (?

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

SANDLiB AND SONS EUOALYPT EXTltAOT Accordiug to reports of a great uninber of physicians of the highest professional standing, there 'uro' 'offered Euailypti Extract, which possess no omntivo qualities. In proteotioui of tho world wide fame of Sanubb and Sous' preparation wo publish a few abstracts fiom these reports, which hour fully out that 110 roliunco can be placed in othor iroducts:— Dr. W. B. Eush, Oakland, lal., writes. It is somotimos difficult to obtain tho gouuine article (Sander and Bon's.) J. employed ditterent other pre^ paratious, thoy had no therapoutio value uo bad effects. In one case the offeots were Binjilar to tho oil camphora. the objectionable notion of which is woll known.' .Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland, Orogon, says — ' Since I bacame acquaint ed with this preparation (Sandbu and Eons) I used no other form of ouoalyptus as I think it is by far the best.' Dr. L. 1'. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes ' I uevor used auy proparntion other thiin Sandor and Sons', as ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE YEARS AGO A LOVER'S MISTAKE. SHORT STORY. — TWO PARTS. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

FIYE YEARS AGO, : A LOYER'S MISTAKE. ? *-- -« ? SHORT STORY.— TWO PARTS. ? PART I. THIS day five long years ago ! Oh, how my heart aches when I think of that hot afternoon in the merry month of May, when we stood together for the last time in the old orchard, under the apple-trees which seemed bent down with their weight u- auu pin* miu wiinc uiussums, me soft chirp and hum of birds and ? insects mingling dreamily in the warm golden sunlight flickering in bright light and shadow on the green grass ! I can see it all now, as I sit here trying to put it down on paper. When I'suffer my mind to dwell upon that day, a kind of desperate longing and remorse comes over me, and I would gladly give ten of the best years of my life if I could but live one short hour over again. But, alas, it may not be ! Regrets and repinings are alike use ^ less, the lost opportunity can never come again, the day that is past is gone for ever, and the word once spoken cannot be recalled. Five years- have come...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

SM'OBEL'S llsgoff Izptoiw \ THE attention of Miner* uaini: NOB It I 'S GLASGOW DYNAMITE ie nailed NOBEL'S GLASGOW BLASTING GELATINE, ' GELATINE DrNAUHV. ?'?'.? GELIGNITE. ! NOBEL'S BLASTING GELATINE ; is 50 per cont. 'stronger thnn 'Dynainito,' arid is the host and most ocouominil eiploBivo in hard country. ? NOBEL'S GELATINE DYNAMITE ' is 33 per. cont. strongar than Dynamiii, and is a most uaoTul explosive Tor all claa.'os of rook. ....... . ,, . ' NOBEL'S GELIGNITE, which is offered at tho sumo price as Dyim .?nito, is a strongor and bolter explosive in rory way thitn Dynamine. NOBEL'S Blasting Golatino, Gelatine 'Dynomitv, and Gelignite; owing to their superior stivnglh, groaler safety und froedbir' from noiioiis liimuc, have SUPERS lil)KD DYNAiin.'Hi in nil tho important Mining Pielrls in ths world. . . . N.B. — With Golutinou3 Explooivoa, Nohe No. 6. Thistle Brand Detonator Bhou be mod. Caution.— Svcry plug branJod, '' ALFRED NOBEL, Glasgow.' iLa I |^^3 Q^ NUTRITIOUS. Distingni...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

SoitE Exes. — It is extremely satis factory to note the ever-increasinf popularity of Morris's Imperial Eye Ointment as the unfailing remedy for all complainte of the Eyes. It is particularly adapted tor the many uriiuiuuiiB iuud witn m iiQese colonies, and its great reputation is based upon itB giving instant relief: in every in stance. Theia is no need fcn rnHni-d fcn the many worthless substitutes offered. It uan be procured of Chemists or Stores, or direct from the Proprietor, Brighton, Victoria, costing 33 per pot. It is advisable to get it to-day and avoid serious troubles from Dust, Heat, Plies, Exposure, etc. A time honored remedy of over Fifty years speaks for itself, and is indispensable in every home. To The Deaf. — A rich lady cured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr Nicholson's Artificial Bar Drum?, has sent 1,000 to his Institute, so that deaf people nnable to procure the Ear DruraR may have them free. Apply to Department A. X., The Institute, ' Longcott,' Gu...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

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Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT A FORTUNE TELLER'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

AT A FORTUNE TELLER'S. ' Sir, the charge will be half-a-crow* if I am to tell you everything,' ' Here is the mODey. Now as u guarantee for the future, tell me a lit'Je of my psat history.' ' Nothing easier- You bave been unhappy in wpdlnnlr ? ' ' I never was married,' ?? You have had false friends ? ' ' All my friends have remained true to tbia day.' ' I may be mistaken. You bave travelled far and wide ? ' ' I bave never been any farther than the next village.' ' Come, let me see your baud, I shall be able to read more clearly. Now I have it. You bave lost money recently P ' ? ' Quite correot. I lost that half-crown I gave yeu just now.'

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cobar Water Famine. APPEAL FOR HELP. A CITIZENS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

Cobar Water Famine. APPE\L FOR HELP. . A CITIZENS' MEETING. Oil Monday evening, pursuant to ?idvortiscmcnt, a mooting of towr.s nio- , convenod by the Mayor, was hold in the Council Chambers, to consider tho question of how to cope with the water famiiio threatened by tbo ex hausliou of the resorvoif in afow days' time. Some 50 citizens assembled. Tho Mayor read the requisition for tbo meeting and Irieily reviewed what had been done by the Council. It bad been' fiscertoined' that Nyngiu water would cost -Is Gd per 20i- gallon tank at tbo rai'wny Ftaii- n ; ifnrromin' witcr 7s 2d per 2- 0 gullph tank at the railway station ; Fort Bourke water (O'Hormnn's dam) 10s per 1000 gal lons, Of double the present water rate. A saiiiplo of tbe Fort Biurko water had been i-ent to the Government analyst, and while ii complete analysis hud not yet been race-ived, there had been it communication stating that the wator hold a lingo avnount of clay in suspension, which caused tin objection able colou...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DENTIST'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

A DENTIST'S STORY. ?- There came to my notice the other day,'' said a dintist, 'one of the moat remarkable cases of (bird dentil ion of wbich I ever heard. I An old lady of seventy years had beeu tooth less for many years. She wore false teeth iu stead of her last natural ones. ' Some time ugo she complaiued of her false teeth giving her euma pain, cud at lost came to me to try and have thu matter remedied. Much to the surprise of both of us, I fouud that she waB cutting a new set of teeth. In a short time tho bad cut an entire new set, above and below, and they '.ill seemed to bo as sound as the tueth of a puim.i. in tbe prime of life. But the thiug that must seem beyond belief, and whioh is yet true, is that one of the new teeth had c geld filling ia it. ' In a jaw tootb on tho lower left siOo a piece of gold about as largo as a match hoad was found, roughly, though solidly, imbedded in the crust of tbe tootb. The only way tbe affair could be uxplaiucd was through the fact tUt tbe...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Gatton Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

The Gatton Tragedy. Some time aao it was slated that the police who had been stationed in the Gatton special police district had been n-callec, Since that : time. llOWt'VlT'. ill I'nnRronflTina nf imn» pf.int informiitinn, n few members of the force have been despatched to the Gatton district, where they are m king inquiries into an aspect of the Urgtdy. which was not oonaidered cuily in tbe history of I be crime. Cii|ttan. These imported cigar-, (t'ts ure now obtainable from all luu.ccuii.sl- ut Id per packet of 10.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INGENIOUS DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

INGENIOUS DEFENCE. A sailor charged with horae-slealing at the. Preaton Sessions distinguished himself by tLe ingenuity of bin defsun?. Thia was bis 'Xplana tipu of tho suspicious circumstances under wbich he was fnund the owner of a steed :— ' The night was tine, Che dew falling. Passing ' ? through Garstanc, I came across tbe maie, and as it seemed to be going the same way as my self we jugged along together, I called at a ? farmhouse and u»ked if they knew tbe owner, but they did not, und I borrowed a piece of sacking and a bucket of water, aud but hod some sores tbe animal had on its back, und pio- , - ? ciseded ou my way, after boing advised to turn he animal adrilt. When I came to two luue ends I tried to drive the auimal away, but it knew who bad treated it well, aud followed ms. Hod I wanted to steal u horse 1 could haro stolen a horse, gig, and a oplendid set nf har ness two miles lower down tbo road.' Tbis poetical uarratire bad the prosaic ending of ? four monthB' hard la...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bare Majority. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

The Bare Majority. Sir M. E. Grant-Duff, in his newly published letters, tells an anecdote of a correspondent who sent him a littlp story. ' I received n letter from ? he writes ' who mentioned that at ?the time of Prince Leopold's marriage JL/ady ? and Gladstone found them selves together looking down on half tho mO3t beautiful women in London in the fullest evening dress. ' What a magnificent pageant I said Gladstone ' Ah,' replied Lady ? , ' on this occasion I am not surprised at your being in favor of a bare majority.' Chamberlain's Colic, Cbolera anJ Diarrhoea Bemedy can always be de pended upon and is pleasant and saFe to take. Sold by H. Dalgarno, ChemiBt, Cobar. Shepheiid's Shout Stem Oabh age. — Extraordinary yield. Messrs P. L. C. Shepherd & Son, the well-known Seedsmen of 202:Pitt-street, Sydney, have received the following lettor from Mr T. Cbeetham, of Callan Park : — 'The seed of Shepherd's Short Stem Cabbage supplied by you has given the following wonderful iv...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COULDN'T SEE LANDSEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

COULDN'T SEE LANDSEBR. distress : Well, Jase, and how did you like, the picture gallery ? . Jans : Well, mum, to tell you the truth I wai ' disappointed. I paid sixpence for a catalogue, and it told stories. Mistress : Told stories, Jine ! Jane : Yes, mum. There was a pioture them —a pretty enough picture, for nil that marked, ' Two Dogs after Landscer.' 1 looked at it from every point. The doga were there right enough ; but there was no Landscer,. and . they were not after anything at all, so far aa 1 could see. And when I tnrned the frame U - see if fiirHlneor wu ?& :be Mb*r siilo, * few turnm' me ?»-»

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

A MATRIMONIAL ADVERTISEMENT. ?feSVs^ Ai 1TH the heading, 'A lady witb a fortune of 300,000 marks desiies to wed bis ward with a gentleman of distinction, between 25 and 30 years of age. Fortune uat necessary. No intermediates received. Direct letters to B, 87. Post Office.' It is impossible to describe the rain of letters with tbe addresB.of ?' B. 87.' In » few hours the number waa over 300. The next day Cuuut Nbsenstichl, one of the 300, :ereived the follow ' Most Honourable Count,— The statement you give concerning your social standing and your tastes, etc , autistic? me most completely. As it nlso suits my ward. I hold it my duty te let you see her for yourself, that you may know what your future censort is- One of the mis fortunes of our day is tbat a marriage of in clination is seldom possible. So it will save muoh future unbappiness if a similarity of tastes be developed. ' I will not conceal from you that your pho tograph has created a not unfavourable impres sion, but ruther...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Samoan Settlement. PEACE ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

Samoan Settlement. PEACE ASSURED. Tbo Siimoan difficulty has been satisfactorily settled by the High Coni missi' n, and followers of both Mulie tia cntl Mataafa have given up their aims. The commission informed Mataafa that Uioy had power to establish a Govoiiiii.cnt with or without a king. Queen's Birthday was heartily c- le braicd. It was then offiqrilly an nounced that Britain would absolutely veto Matiiafa tver becoming king. The Geimans, tho first time for many months, hauo been acting in conjunction with the potters.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chased by the Enemy. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

Chased by the Enemy. Few items are so thoroughly ap preciated by the reading public as accounts of triumph of the weak over the enemy, especially if the nno attacked is innocent and not know ingly of giving reasonable cause or offence. Mtb Strangp, ISnirne, S.A., was recently attacked in a ruthless manner by liver disease, and she quickly drove out the enemy by using Warner's Safe Cure. It always driveR away biliousness, and gives renewed vigor and strength to the kidneys — and did in this instance. She says: 'Having suffered for some time with nervous debility and liver complaint, which so reduced my strength as to render me ui.fit for anything, and the doctor's skill failing to give relief, I took four bottles of Wnrner'9 Safe Curp, with the result fcbafc I am perfectly cured. Although 60 years of age, I am now strong and well again.' :

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forgotten. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

Forgotten. Not long since a clergyman arrived at Old Back Blocks' station on Sunday morn. Owing to tbe drought, axes were going in all directions cutting scrub for the shrep. The clerpyman said ' I'm sorry, Mr Back Blocks, that you have evidently forgotten that this in the Lord's Day.' ' Oh,; no,' says old Alf. 'Our boss has not forgotten to feed his;sheep, but your boss haa forgotten the rain.1 ^ ? Mr Hardiri . Norrif.; ilerk of the drug store of B.' Sboemiker, Perry, ?II1 -i says : !';A, ' man'; came into bur i-toie the ttl.erday atdedid ' i want a bottiBiof - that 'stuff ?; thnf saves t hildrcn's lives. I read in! the News aboul,it.,-The;cbildren may get -.sick wben we ennnot get the doctor quick nnou-jli. It's tho medicine you stll for croup;' ' He alluded to 'Chum b-'rlnii/s Cough Remedy and bought a biittle before he left the store. For sale by H. Dalgarno, Chemist, Cobar.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Pointed Questions Answered. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

Two Pointed Questions Answered. What is the use of making a better irtitle tbnn your competitor if you winnot get a better prize for it ? Ans. — As there is no difference in the rtricG thfi nnhlin mill lmtr nnln the better, so that while our profits may be smaller on a single sale they will bo much greater in tbe aggregate How can you get the public to know your make is the best ? If both articles are brought prom inently before the public both are certain to be tried and the public will very quickly pass judgement on them and ubo only the better one. This explains the large sale of Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy. The people have been using it for years aud have found that it can always be depeLded on, They may occasion ally take up with some fashionable novelty put forth with exaggerated claims, butare certain to return' to the one remedy that they know to be reliable, and for coughs, colds, and croup there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by H. Dalgarno, Chemis...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

MINING.     Mr J, M. Scott, Mining Broker, Cobar   reports: Owing to the break in the     weather and the appearance of a good   rain, stocks had better inquiry during   the week. Occidentals had buyers as   high as 7/1 and still have sellers at about   same. Young Australians have had good exchange at higher figures and   were sold up to 5/6. All other stocks,   have had enquiry, but can only be placed   at low limits. The Occidental reports   their silt tank full. None of the other   tanks benefited by the light rains.   Police Court — A solitary drunk made   his bow to the Bench on Wednesday. Price 5s. A warrant was ordered to issue in a case of disobedience of a maintenance order and a case against a parent for neglect to   pay school fees was continued. &am...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 10 June 1899

Sporting. The following have been selected as the probable fifteen to meet Bourke:— M.     O'Neill, G. MoDonald, Edwards Hamilton, F. Clifton, O'Dea, Frost, O'Donnell, Jordan, Wilson, Lanyon, Gilligan, Balfour, Scott, and Finch. Tho following eighteen have been selected to play a match with the fifteen this (Satur- day) afternoon:— Shannon, H. Dargue,     Malon, Bates, Goold, Hurst, P. O'Donnell, Holdorf, Sutton, P. Darguo, R. Medling, P. Bowon, P, Mitchell, T. New, G. Burns, Power, Ryan, Lane, and Ward. In continuation of the gentlemen's tennis tournament the following games are re- corded : Cadell and Duffy, scratch, best Lawes and Soane, 15, 100—87. Single : H. Budd, 25, beat Dalgarno, 35. 100—91. Shooting in the cup series of rifle matches begins next Tuesday. Particulars with Mr Secretary Dalgarno.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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