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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Distinguished everywhere for fine natural flavour, purity of material, and careful preparation. ARE THE BEST ^QQis SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. &&$'&'3ffr&3t£&$f£3f£$i£ Who is the old-established Watchmaki-r in Cobar ? Who is the Best Watchmaker ? Who ln.8 tho best Stock in Cobar? And whose Prices are the LOWEST? ??'?-._, WHY! WITHOUT A DOU«T . . ?5^ M. A. PADULA These are Kecogmsod Fads and I here ia no gainsaving them, but you will do well to uo:e the fact thu'- no has HEYlOVEl) INTO HIS NEW PHEMISE3 — in — = = Marshall Street, Cobar, Whore ho has a — MAGNIFICENT STOCK ^^\ ^cg™^--;^-,,, THE fcEVLUG JjP\Zjl ^L-^K PRINCE WEZ 'Xjfi V/ll| A. PADULA sole agont for above EYEGLASSES A triumph in optical inventions Ts is c f simple design By siinpli separating the glasses the pluquDlles on tho nose ate loosened When the spi'in' i- not resisted the plaquetles revolvo so us to press uKainst the nose evonly and firmly They arc strong und comfortable, they...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

THE * * COSMOS Pnoto Studios, ^^* PADUL^STERR/vCE MARSHALL STREET. We have much pleasure in announcing lhat we have secured tho service; of a first clius operator,' and tho very highest class of work will be turned out. We guarantee onr clients absolute sutisfuc Prices los per dbz Cabinets Enlargement for nothing Outdoor work, Flashlight Photcs, etc., taken at any time Portraits in Platinotype, , , Silver, ? ? or Cosmotype. Enlargements on Curbon Bromide or Opal finished in black und white, oil or water colors . ? Cosmos Photo , ^^^a^^. Studios KINCH and TODD, PROPRIETORS. Wanted. WANTED, an activj and enorgotic man with good experience to act as ugont for THE BfiiriSU TEA COMPANY, 28 Huhtor Stresty Sydney Wanted. A Good General Servant. Ap'p-y— . MRS W. C. ROBINSON. Pianoforte Tuning. Mr Thomas Bromfield Kespectf ully intimates his return to Cobar about tho BegiuninK of FEBRUARY. Dopni'tmout of Mines and Agriculture Public- Watering. Places :and Artesian : ? ? - ?: Boring. -: ?..'-...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

LONDON. Thursday. Commenting on Jjorci ueuuehamp s appointment as Governor of New South Wales, the ' Daily Chronicle ' culls it the most interesting of recent yetirs. Tho young earl's high character, eloquence, public spirit, handsome appeuracce, und fine man ners will, it thinks, contribute to his success. Spanish soldiers to the nuuibar of 80,000 died in the Cuban war, chiefly from disease. The Et. Hon. A. J. Balfour advocates new leaching universities in Dublin und in Belfast, controlled respectively by Korjim Catholics and Presbj torians, but open to all denominations. He wants them subject to test acts and other safeguards. Ihe London Slock Exchange is not uffected by tho greut New York share boom. Shares to the Taltio of £1,600,OOJ were sold on Monday, und resold ou Tuesday at heavy losses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT 13XTBA0T According to reports of a great auuab'er of physicians of the highest professional standing, there aro otfeied Eucalypti Extract, which possess no ouiativo qualities. In prntoction of tho world wido fume of Sandkh and Sons' preparation we publish u fow abstracts from these reports, which boar fully out that no reliance can ba placad in other products:— Dr. W. B. Kubh, Oakland, Oul., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain tho gsmuiuo aiticlo (SaXdeii and Son's) I employed difforont other pree paratious, they hud no therapeutic vulu no bad effects. In one caso tho olfecta wore similar to tho oil cainplioru, tho objectionable notion of which is woll known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland, Oregon, says — ' Since I bocatno ucqnuinv ed with this propuration (Sakdkii anu isoxs) I used no othor form of oucalyptus as I think it is by fur tho bost.' Dr. L I'. Piostou, Lynchburgh, Va., writes ' 1 never used any piopnration other than Sander and Sons', as I fou...

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Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. Sir Julian Salnmom, Agent-General, tails on Saturday. He will adopt a proeressive policy and vigorously push the colony's throe main interests. The Pr'mier returned from the Melbourne conference yesterday. Ho opposes a furlbor Convention, and thinks that i£ tbo Premiers agree among themselves all that will have to be dono will be for tho Parliauiunls to assent to a bill authorising the draft const i- u ion as amended to be referred to the people. In a disturbance on the Manly stoumer Fairligjit yesterday several persons were in jured, and pickpockets were busy. One lady lost a pane containing £15.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

P. SNELSON, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, 4c, LINSLET STREET, COBAE. Patroniao P. Sneleon, tho rooognised Family Baker, where you will get tbe best if everything going in his 006* Picnics, Parties, Act supplier! on the ehortee, not lco, and in fact ever} description of entering liflli Wishes to inform all his friends that he has re-taken tuo ?THLB'IEK OF 1U HOTEL, coolI'bah. Vacancies. VACANCIES for two gentlemen Boarders. Apply, Mns. BAEKEE, . Becker Street. iiflil & CO., General Carriers, and Forwarding Shipping, Custom House, and Commission Agents Head Office— 72 PITT-ST., SYDNEY Produce supplied in Any Quantity at Eeasonable Eates. Wool con ?igned. jQHN LBAHj Manager, Cobar. 'Oosephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller MEDALLIST, OP AMi KINDS OF Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIDE-ST., DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL CBTTEB. EaEOIOtJS STONES OP EVERY DESOBIE 'LTIO§ ALWAYS IS STOCK. ?OEOPLE IN THE COUN'XET can ?l^relv up receiving Prcinpt Attention .'U: &D SUDARE VALUE. J JOSEP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

AVOID THE DANGER OF TIME PMERIT --sm^^BUY FOB CASH, 12s Saved in Every £. GEORGE-STREET CORNER, LIVERPOOL-STREET CORNER (OPPOSITE PERCY HORDERN'S) SYDNEY 8 GREAT CASH FURNISHING EMPOKIUM. A. Hall & Company. :ALL'S '? HAMPDEX' BEDROOM SUITE, cosnisting of Wardrobe with Plate-glass Front and Drawers, Duchess Chest of Drawers, with Jewel Trays, Marble-top Wash-stand, Towel Rail, and Chair. Oar Price i« £G ~s Gd. Wo have dozens of others to select from at £8, £9, £10, £12, up to niiy price. HALL'S HAND30ME H.T. BEDSTEAI', full mze, complete, with Bes1 Double Wove Wire Mattress and Bet of best Bedding, £'A 15s ; other prices, £4, £5, £7, to 12 guineas. Soo our window display. ALL'S DINING-ROOM SUITE, consisting of Couch, Pair Easy Chairs, and G Padded-bucK Chairs, substantially made, and guaranteed, £6 10s ?: Fifty others to select from at £7, £8, £10, to 25 guineas, COUNTRY RESIDENTS, WRITE FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE. .A.- T31.&JX-JL* &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

THAT fueling, so prevalent in the hot weather, which makes men tired of life and work, iB becoming more common every year. Many attnbule this to the climute, and, in lad, tlio climate iB responsible— verj slightly, however. If you ieel TIKED and lack energy, you inay root assured that your blood is thin, weak or impure ; it'll wero rich und pure, it would impart vitality and energy to every nervo und organ in the body, und tho whole system would bo robust und healthy. When the system is run down from weakness of tho bloori, you be come WEARY and are only able to do u very alight Hinount of work without feeling great fatigue. You have a constant desire to he clown, und ut tho end of the duy feel utterly vorn-uutund dispirited You may, by force of will, overcome thul wormout FEELING for u time, but. tl.ia uuurse nuts on the nerves, and results evenluul.y in ' nervous prustralion.' Ihe blood only becomes iiu puro when the stomach, liver and bowels are not in good working order, and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

'Yours in Contentment.' Contentment in life may be called a ririty. We meet too many discontented uebple on overy hand. True luppinem i» .'nly compatible with good health. The most angulic clispotition* become sordid ?n-l morose when ostaiUd with harrowing iwiiiB, or continued ill health. Here is one who eigns his letter with, ' Yours in con^ tentuient,' »*id no wonder. I he tflon, VTeat-at., North, Sydney, 14th Sept., 1898. ' To the Proprietors of WarDd'a Safe Cute, Melbourne. Gcntlnnitw,— Jt is with plonsuie I can er.ditrM the many congratulations you havo iv'«n4 j'o the rulae of WARNER'S SAFE CURE. 'J'o injself it him prored beyond doubt all tre proprietors cluim it to be. lieing rucked will pains and troubles arising from the I nl i'y« and liver, and after spending money on dcelord Jind eli'inints without avail, 1 tiirfd jour world-wido remedy, with must ?miafnclorv results. It has undoubtedly r lie'ed mo permanently of mv troubles, nnd I now feel in butter ho .Ith than I have f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

The Australian Trouble. ' Nerves' — irritated, over-sensitive ; senses, particularly heavy, so that a sudden noise, or any repeating, fidgety sound tortures; headache, sometimes; neuralgia; depressed, irritable temper — in short ' WOliitY' — thp, Australian trouble. All these things are curable. They result from the hurried, nerve-exhausting conditions of our life. A healthy man does not worry ; the cure is to remove the cause The cause is nervous exhaustion ; the cure is ' tone up the nerves.' IK WILLIAMS' mi PILLS Fill PILE PtOPLE are an immediate unmistakeable nerve food and nerve tonic. They healthfully stimulate the nerves, and keep them stimulated. They cure the poor, worried, laded mind and temper — through the nerves ; give strength directly to the weak, tired back and spine; fill tired, dejected, overworked men and women with cheer fulness and new ambition, and real, serviceable, work-producing energy- The first box proves it; but the first box — and the last— must look jus...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Madams k Jones. The Eminent Eye and Ear Specialist, WHO is now settled in Bourke may be consulted for the cure of Granu 1-itBcl Ejolidn, Cataracts, Suali'S -rrowiai- over the Sight, and Ulcers. Alao Dtafne-s and Noieus in thu Iloiid permanently cured. Tho KcBidents of Bourko and District need lot go to th« Sydney doctors while Madam Jonhs is sol i led' in Uourke, as she has cured hundreds of cases whero they havo been given up by the leading Eyo Dootora of Sydney, after spending hundreds of pounds. All suffering with long standing cases of Eyo Affections should lose no timo in getting thorn cured, Consultation Hours 10 «.m. to 12 a.m., and 2 p.m, to 5 p.m Consulting Kooms noxt Saunders nnd HoxhuuTB Saddlers' Shop, Mitchell-slroet, Bourke. flADAiVHif JOIMES All suffering with long standing cases of Paitial BliiuhiL'sj caused by inSimuiation or Cutnract. either on tha pupil or round tho back of the Eye should giro me a trial, as I can remove tho cause. Inflamed Eye lids Porni'inemly C...

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Any Little Thing. Like a Gold, or Unusual Exertion, Settled There. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Any Little Thing. Like a Cold, or Unusual Exertion, Sottlod Thcro. Wkore ': In tli« wookeat spot, of course. Ever had a lam« back 'i When you do you will find that the wonkent tpA in jour body. Right under I lie small of th-i back lio the kidneys— the filters of tho blood. Didn't know your blood hud to bo filtered. Tos, indeed, and perfectly done too, or you will vary ooon 6b h sick mnn. Urio pnisoning is not only dondly, but lingering torturo. Ksch and every orjfin i- eonsidorcd to-dav to be sufficient for tho brain ami practice of any plivaiciun, lienco our specialist!. Doan's Uuckachc Kidney Pills are for the correction nnd uortiiin euro of a,oy_ mid all | Itidnoy their domain, and the k:dnoys— the blood filtora— are surely cured of any irregus larity. Mrs. A. Aitchiaon, of Wingewarraistreet, Dubbo, favora us with the following inform ation :— '' My father, Mr. Peters, suffered from kidney disorder as he always com plained of an aching back. I thini he felt the pain in the small ...

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Cobar Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Cobar Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of subscribers to this institution was held on Friday evening, 20th inst., at the Council Chambers, the President, Mr. R. O. Breden, in the chair. There was a fair attendance MINUTES. The minutes of the last annual meeting were duly adopted on the motion of Messrs. Mathews and Hogan. ANNUAL REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. The annual report and balance sheet as published in last issue of this journal were taken as read on the motion of Messrs. Hogan and Mus- grove. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. Fifteen nominations having been received for the 15 positions of com- mitteemen, the following were de- clared duly elected :— Messrs. R. O. Breden, E. James, P. Snelson, G. Hooper. W. N. Musgrove, P. Mathews, W. J. Hogan, J. O. Hunt, T, Byrne, W. F. Platten, J. Bailey, R. C. Stevenson, J. Loughman, W. G. Phillips, H. J. Edgar. ELECTION OF TRUSTEES. Mr. James handed in his nomina- tion of Messrs. P. Goold, W. H. Ban- nister, M. A. Padula, and M. S. Arm- st...

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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

COMMITTEE MEETING, A meeting of the newly elected Committee was then held, Mr MacGregor (President) taking the chair. It was agreed to divide the town into sections and appoint canvassers for each section at a meeting to be held on Tuesday next. Mr Mathews offered to supply the institution with a full sized billiard table for the small weekly rental of five shillings. The offer will be considered at the special meeting called for Tuesday evening. This was the only business of importance. Mr Brown, P.M., returned from a long trip on District duty last week & left again on Thursday for Nyngan, Bourke, etc. Tho Commercial Banking Co's half- yearly report and balance sheet are described by the Chairman as "of a   highly favorable character."     A selector in the Narrabri district who when making up his income tax returns for the year 1897 was free from liability, in making up the same for the past year reported his stock had all died, and ...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

BREVITIES. Mr Armstrong, late of Thurulgoona, is now manager of Billila.     Mudgee District is simply overrun   with stock travelling for feed. Last week at Bingera it was hot. Birds fell dead from the trees. Road tendering just now is cut down to such a low ebb that a bare existence is hardly obtainable. ' Jacob's Well.' No doubt about it. Jacob Garrard's very well. ' That's all thank you, Gee," said Crown Prosecutor Bevan to a celestial witness, and he Gee'd. The Funeral of Mrs. Emily 'Hughes, cut off at the early age of 18, was largely attended on Monday last. Crick, M.P. : ' It was Christmas Eve, and probably the constable like every one else had a glass or two.' The population of Wilcannia is 578 adults and 438 children ; White Cliffs 1092 adults and 272 children. Hungarian millet has proved a suc- cessful feed crop in central Queens- land, and should suit the back coun- try. Hospital Committeemen collected over £100 last week. Messrs Mus...

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MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

MELBOURNE, Friday. George Guest, miner at Bendigo, and Samuel Hill, miner at Wood's Point, have been crushed to death by falls of quartz.

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Cobar School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Cobar School of Arts. The annual general meeting of subscribers of the Cobar School of Arts was held in the reading room on Monday evening last, when about 20 gentlemen attended. Mr E. James (President) occupied the chair. The annual report, embracing operations for the past 12 months was read by the secretary. The financial asect of the re- port was the most interesting. It showed that the institution started with a credit balance of £9 19s 5d, and Government sub- sidy amounting to £11 11s 3d; against   which there were old accounts amounting to £13 2s 8d. During the three quarters just ended, members' subscriptions amounted to £36 5s. When the year closed the insti- tution had a credit bulance of £6 5s 6d, to- gether with the Government subsidy; owing   amounting to £18 2s 6d. The outstanding accounts totalled about £11. The reading room had been well patronised until the summer came on, when the attendance de- creased. A debating society had been formed,...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Local and General Hotel Change. — A change at the Commercial Hotel, Cobar, is spoken of. There is a probability of Mr C. E. Thomas going to Orange and Mr S. R. Doughty, from Mount Drysdale, becoming lessee. Alleged Indecent Assault. — A man from Wrightville has been brought before the Cobar Bench and remanded for eight days on a charge of indecently assaulting a boy. The information alleges extreme depravity. Land Appeal. — At the Land Appeal Court of New South Wales on the 6th proximo, Dalgety and Co. Ltd., will appeal against tne dismissal of their claim for half cost of erection of rabbit proof fence on the common boundary of Gidgee and Pulpulia holdings, Wes- tern Division for order in accordance with the ruling of the Supreme Court. Brief Mention. — Mr Brown, P.M., will hold the first court at Coolabah on Tuesday.— Mr W. N. Musgrove is a likely candidate for aldermanic honors. — Scrub cutting to keep stock alive is general. — Sessions and Dis- trict Court lasted three days and ...

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Nymagee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 28 January 1899

Nymagee. (From our Correspondent.) Our town has assumed a far more pleasing aspect since my last report, which change was brought about by a copious downpour ol the much-needed   rain. About 12 o'clock on Wednesday night, the inhabitants were aroused by a heavy shower which lasted till about 1 o'clock, 7o points being registered. Most of the tanks are full, with the exception of the Company's which received a freshening of about 10ft. The Water jacket started on Monday, and by the end of the week I hope to see everything in full swing. It is with the feelings of deepest regret I have to chronicle te death of Mr J. Smith, licensee of the Club House Hotel. The facts of the case are as fol- lows : — Two men, Messrs Gooley and Hyland, after returning from a shooting   party on Friday evening about 8 pm, walked into the bar of the deceased's Hotel, Hyland carrying the rifle which had a cartridge in the barrel that was too tight to extract before entering the bar...

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