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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 17 June 1899

WESLEYAN.   Cobar at 11 Rev A. Graham, and at 7, Mr J. AV C.tton Wrightville at 7, Rev A. Graham . NYMAfl KK \a UVKKTISKU. ' NON SIBI SBO I'ATKI/K.' SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1899

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NYNGAN RACES. By Telegraph Nyngun, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 17 June 1899

NYNGAN RACES. By Telegraph Nyngan, Thursday. The Nyngan Races took place on Wednesday and were a great success, both in attendance and the racing. Following are the re- sults : — Publicans' Purse. Bob, 8,t 101b ? 1 Misfortune Sat 101b ? 2 Tata, Sst 71b ? 3 At an enquiry held in the evening, a pru. test lodged against Bob was sustains. I, and the prize awarded to Misfortune.- There were 10 starters in this race. Handicap Hack Baco, Dodger, 8st 101b ... ... 1\ .Toorooga, list 2lb ... ... 2 Bachelor Qst 41b... ? 3 There were ten starters. Nyngan Jookey Club Handicap Avonal, 8st lib ... ... ... 1 Bob,8st81b ? 2 Misfortune, 8st 81b ... ... 3 Brewers' Stakes Havelock, list 101b ? ... 1 Eabbi,10st 21b ? ... 2 Albert, 9st 31b' ? 3 Forced Handicap Havelock, lOst 61b ... ... 1 Storm King, 7st ? ; 2 Tata, 7st 121b ? 3 There was a good attendance of spectators from Cobar, many of whom remained for the off-day on Thursday. An off-day's races took place on Saturday afternoon, when there was a goo...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 17 June 1899

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

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 17 June 1899

Sunday Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Cobar at 11 and 7.30 Evensong —REev.   A. R. Martin.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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American Railroads. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

American Railroads. . :!ii ?' Miius'ey's Mngnzino', besides tlju numororis p;-: traits of celebrities of war, politics fti.'.d the theatre, and tho . illiiatmted stories which mark lm.-ifc American psnodicals, there is a ' spraadeaglo' article on tho railway lines of the States. The figures are indeed 'colossal. In lSiJfi the com panies earned ? J ,500,000,000 ; dollars, and paid necrly ' : half: that sura as wages to 827,000 1 . employees. There are 28,000,000 to.is oE Iron laid ilown as railroad tracks, and over them in one : .year-. J 3, ')00,000,000 passenger iuilc3;ni'u -travqlleJ. '.'' ' The statistics of goods ciirrici^o nve eymilly huge, and an i;xp3rt:i/j,,siicli 'matters .. works out the/averago freight charge to bo 2-oths of a Id. per ton par mile, and the rates hsivj declined GO per cent in 25 yeivs. ? , '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

A Popular Acti ess. mi s i):.an;c!ik cements i.v the WKST. Miss Blanche Clemenle, lli« popular so Irpss, who attained. eo great a success ns 3 member, of Mr -.Alfred Bampier's llnitnatic Co., had a chat with our reporter recenllj concerning her trip to Wcctern Australia. Miss Clcuienls is most pr»priS8os3inK in npJ pearnncb, v'.anil bright and vivacious in her conversation. 'When. I was over in Iho West,' said Mi-s Olcma-ta, '' **e '''' n f'i'»'j j'lly time , though, of coiirst, ne )ud to do n litHe of what you might te.'in ' roughing it,' ' [?] Miss Blavchk Clhmwts. ' You were well receiver! by the people of the West, 1 suppone, Miaa Clements?' ' Yes jileftnnot complain of the recep' lion given us i and I believe that our efforts to please -woro appreciated, One thing I did not like about the West, however, is the prevalence ! of tover there. Whilst I was there typhoid was alarmingly prevalent ; and when I- returned to Victoria I fell a victim to general weakness and lassitude, tog...

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MATCH POSTPONED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

MATCH POSTPONED. London. Thursday. Tho match against Leicestershire lins lipun ixisipoind, nwhi£ to ruin.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

A. Oaundoro. Gold Ssoret Name Brooch, 33/-. 1(0. Gold, I/-/-- IHuuond, J/10/- and tf+. A. Baundaro. Raw Sllln Good-wish Gold Broach, 18M Uo-Ootd, JV-. A. Baundora, Hold Lots Bird and Chain. 8/8. eV. Snundar*. Bew BtiJe Oold Lot. Bird sat Chain, 1GV»- , A. SKundor* Any Name or Initial Froi. MM Gold. 7/6 Eitra Stronr. 1-V- Us. Gold, 16/-. 18c Oold, 10/-. BUr.r, I/I. A. taundtra. a*M ntmnh. itod and 2 Psarls . Bur A. Saundera Us. Oold, Diamond!, BublM ew ?sppoi-oe., V10I-. Ook) Mounted Boar'' Tusk and Chain tal Bell, 16/6. Without Chaiuand Bill, lilt I ' * Bit-.. Ml. All th* r*w- I A. Gnundero. Oold Brooch, Pearl Set Bin] aud Hwl Amethjit, 21/.. 16c. Oold, V'h ?to* (ffjpwjtzgg: A. Saundors. 1 Bar Urge tjile Oold Prooch, Amethyst, 267-. 16c. Oold, 3/5/-. . Oold Itj Ual, 7/fl. A. Saunden. Uo. t Puri doublo cut Diamond*, 4/4-. Splendid Value. 0 A. aaundera. New D*-!gn Oold Brooch, Bell Chala, Red, Whit* and Blue Stonee, 12/6. A. SKundors. I.w Stile Oold Brooch, 3 Love Birde, Pearl 8et, 20...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Australian Eleven AUSTRALIA v. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

Australian Eleven AUSTRALIA v. ENGLAND. Australia won the second test match by 10 wickets and three runs, the English team being outclassed at every point of the game. The London press says their display was ' altogether deplorable.' Trumper made 135 not out. MATCH WITH OXFORD. At Portsmouth on Monday the Aus tralians commenced a match against Oxford University, past and presont, who won less laurels than tho under graduate team of a few weeks ago. In thoir first innings Oxford made 251, of which Loveson-Gowor contri buted 59, Cunliflo 48, and Fry 40. At tho close of Tuesday's play the Aus tralians hr.d eight out for 878, Kolly 89, Trumpor 55, Noblo 82, Yester day it was cabled that tho Australians had placed another ten-wicket win to heir credit.

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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

LONDON. TmrnaDiT The British forces at Capetown & vol unteers at Natal have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness for any emergency in the event of war against the Transvaal. Sir Kodvers Bullers win assume command. The Transvaal Government has commenced arming the Burghers, The Daily Mail states ithat Great Britain has practically decided to send 40,000 troops io the Cape. 15,000 men will also bo despatched from India.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

NOBEL'S THE attention of Miners usins NOBEL'S GLASGOW DYNAMITE is called NOBEL'S GLASGOW BLASTING GELATINE, GELATINE DYNAMITE GELIGNITE. NOBEL'S BLASTING GELATINE is 50 per cont. stronger than Dynamite, and is the best nnd most economical explosive in hard country. NOBEL'S GELATINE DYNAMITE is 33 per cent, stronger than Dynainit , and is a most useful explosive for all olasaei of rock. NOBEL'S GELIGNITE, which is offered at tho same price as Dyne mite, is a stronger and better explosive in very way than Dynamine. NOBEL'S Blasting Gelatino, Golatinc Dynamite, and Gelignite, owing to theii superior strength, greater safety and freedom from noxious fumes, have SUPERSEDED DYNAMITE I in all tho important Mining Fields in the world. N.B. — With Gelatinous Explosives, Nobo No, 6. Thistle Brand Detonator shou be used. Caution.— Every plug branded, ''ALFRED NOBEL, Glasgow.' SYDNEY COFFEE PALACE __-~Hotel LOWER DOMAIN james~~aT Qum PROPRIETOR. Comfort 1 Cleanliness I Civility Cheapness 1 Up--...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

P. 5NELS0N, BAKEH, CONFECTIONER, Ate, LINSLET STREET, COBAB. Patronise P. Sneleon, the rooognieed Family Bilker, whero you will got tho beet if everything going in hie ono. Picnics, Parties, &o.t supplied on tho shortes, notice, and in fact every description of catering executed, PHHI fill, Harcourt Streot, COBAK. Grey 3k, PROPRIETORS. MINE ORDERS A SPECIALITY. Agents for Band Drill and Eacka Bock Co., and all mining requisites. Cash Buyers of scrap castings. Agent for Klondyke Gold Disbes and Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made jjj x § 'g ' ®£ 6 . s | s § « a *&& °.-S| S sSal If -2f»$2 -g „- * I 1 88 §g JWg J 'I S *«ft « S |kb « o 3 - I J. Josephson, Watchmaker, Jeweller 1VIBBAI.I.XST, AND OJ? AIL KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewel ADELAIEE-ST., MAMOND SETTER & OPAL OtTTTBR. PBB0I0US= STONES OP EVERY DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN STOCK. PEOPLE IN THE COUNTRY can rely up receiving Prompt Attention PAIB A.-TD SaUAEE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

CARPUS, ? BEOSraiS - AND B BEOBIMG AND WHERE TO GET IT; A. HALL AND COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. DRAWING-ROOM- SUITE, DINING-ROOM SUIIE, Very Strong, . In Tapestry and Kush, Couch, Pair All Spring-sDated and Padded Back Easy Olmii*8, and Four Carvod Chairs, Chairs, 6 Su™'»8\ for £4 ] Os. 50 others, 5, 10 to 20 20 others, 7, 12 and 20 guineas, at guineas, at HALLS. HALL S ..'-- BEDROOM SUITE, Walnut Color. FULL SIZE: HALF'1'E3TER BED Wardrobe, Flote-glasu Door and STEAD,' Brass Hail, Double-wire Drawers, Duchess Chest Drawers, .with Mattress, and Sot Best Bedding, gloss attaohed, Marble-top Wash- ^3 153- , ' ' etand, Towel Rail and Cane 50 Latest Design Bedstoads Chair, £6 15s. to select from at 30 Bodroom Suites to select from. ? HALL'S ? .A._ TZjKjUJLj &d Co THE UNIVERSAL HOUSE FURNISH URS, 561, 5G3, 5G5 and 567 GECRGE-ST. Counwy Orders packed free. New Illustrated Furnishing Guido Post Free. (ESTABLISHED 1894.) BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. c3-_ :e3eoo:e3ei:r PK...

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SANDER AND SONS EUCALYPT EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

SANDER AND SONS EU0ALYPT EXTEAOT According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest professional standing, there are offered Eucalypti Extract, which possess no curative qualities. In protection of tho world wide fame of Sajjdge and Sons' preparation we publish a fow abstracts from these reports, which bear fully ou th-.t no reliance can be placed in othor Koducts:— Dr. W. B. Eush, Oakland. fal., writes. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine article (Sandeh and Son's.) I employed different other pre parations, thoy had no therapeutic valuo no bad effects. In one oase the effectB were similar to the oil camphora, tho objectionable action of which is well known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland, Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sander and Sons) I used no other form of eucalyptus as I think it is by fur the best.' Dr. L. I'. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes ' I never used any preparation other than Sander and Sons', as I found the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

Delicate EfoaUS) Or THOSE \7HO sometimes REQUIRE A STIMULANT should take, in the moderate doses prescribed, An ideal spirit for women. It will be found a potent and pleasant remedy for the various ailments peculiar to the sex. ASK FOR The only REAL SCHNAPPS. C-0 BUY ORIGINAL B0TILE3. Cv Unequalled and tiivinclblu-Wnnd'H Great Peppermint Cure fnr: CouithH i'amlf Golds 1/B .lewollor Lmman, of Newcastle, complii is of 'he .liff of hi pii.tm.in tow, co it ii i ii,j SJii'J J »v h, ii (- leAis. Oh i iin- c iin' wlic, ? ' ' 'i I) .u t I ? if. -? i, p I ? II 1* 1 a iak«. hw i i- - -l. Ualj 'i1 , mini- , O. h». Ono of the chief reasons for the heavy rofcLendum vote on Tuo-dn\ was thii fact the ho'dot of an elector'-. Light could voto at any polling bo th in the colony ; whoroas at tho referen dum last your per-bns ; out of VthoT electorates required a special certificate before they could vote. ' ' \ Smoke ; \ Tobacco] Notice. THE public aro warned against cashing CHEQUE No. 30011 in favor o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

rwo Pointed Questions Answered. What is the use of making a better titicle than your competitor if you cannot get a better prize for it ? Ans. — As there is no difference in the price the public will buy only the better, so that while our profits may be smaller on a single sale they will be much greater in the 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 use only the better one. This explains the large Bale of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, The people have been using it for years and have found that it can always be depended on, They may occasion ally take up with some fashionable novelty put forth with exaggerated claims, but are 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 Eemedy. For sale by PI. Dalgarno, Chemist,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

nv What it Means. * : That tired fooling. Destroys! daily comfort. Woaries the body, .'worries the'inind. Sbme.say, it's a lazy liver. Others say its bad' blood. Thoy!re all wrong. Tired fooling means tirod kidneys . Just as lame back means lame kidneys, And backacho means kidrioy 'aohe. HoV dp you know it ? Bocauso jDoan's Backache Kidney Pills cure it. ?'?? ?'..'.? Here is a case in point : ', '). ,.:: Mrs.B.'Egan, of Cobborah-street, Dub bo, .1 ie3ident of 12 j-enra standing, re marks :— My kidneys were disordered for some i years . my: buck used to aohe very much. If I stood up suddenly after hav ing been in a stooping position the '.'.small of my back would acub, very. much, aud I would, feel very giddy in the head.' I have got ovor'all this now through taking Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, whioharo a very good kidLGy inedicino. '??-.' I know of auothor case in which a ro. liof was obtained by using these pills My brother-in-law, i*. Egaa, who was staying here last' month, was s...

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The English Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

The English Footballers. The English team, rocontly arrived from England, played a garao against New South Wales at Sydney on Saturday last. The Engli.thraon- » onby 4 points to 3 points. The footbal. maoh Englaud v. Now 8outh Wales ou Tuosday tow won b* England by 8 pobta to S. T.int night tho victorious visitors watohod iho givat orowd in King street from the ' D . i y Telegraph ' roof. The Australian selection committee — Messrs MoManamoy and H. A. Langloy (New South Wales) and P. O, Lea (Qunons. land)— have solootod tho folio »iug team I o represent Australia against Enirland in the match to-day: Full baok, R M'Cowan (Q), threo.quartors.F Spragir. F How, O White (NSW), fivo-oights P Ward (NSW), WT Evans (Q), half A Gralton (Q), towards J Carson, W Davis, H Marks, A Kelly and C Ellis (N S W), W II Tanner, P Carow, and A Colton (Q). Owing to illness Messrs Lewis (Q) and Pauling (N S W) wore un. available.

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Rudyard Kipling. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

? Rudyard Kipling. A writer in tho Boston 'Globe' gives somo facts about the Kipling household. ' It is my best jndg merit,' ho says ' that Mr Kipling is now receiving' from 75,000 to 100,000 dol. (.€12,000 to £2'0,C0C) yearly from his royalties and his literary work. I have means of knowing in n general way, and I do not believe the amount is exaggerated. Mr Kiplinp is a generous spender, but I should hi surprised if his ontiro personal aud family expenses exceeded 10,000 dol. (£2000) Yes he in fairly frugal. Mrs Kipling.is an excellent financier.'

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Midnight Executions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 24 June 1899

Midnight Executions. In Australian gaols. the sentence of death which has been passed upon a condemned criminal is. customarily carried into offoct during'ithe early morn ing. But it may not be generally known that midnight executions are taking place in thousands of Australian homes ovorv niirht o£ our lives, with imnaired digestive organs acting as tho executio noer. It is at night, when sleep should bo reinvigorating our bodies, that a deranged digestive organism gets in ik evil work, and lays the foundation for the ruin of health, homo and happiness. Now, something is required to choc those wholesale midnight executions, and Bile Beans for Biliousness will bo fount! to be the required article. They exercis their beneficial results and curative powers upon a sufferor whilst he is a rest, and thereby counteract the insid ious attacks of a deranged liver, stomach or kidneys. Their action is gentle, there is no griping or purging, and no ovu effects. Their formula is purely vege tab...

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