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English Cricket Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 July 1899

English Cricket Fixtures. June 29— At Leeds, England v Australia (Test.) July 8 — At Nottingham, v Notts. July 6 — At Truro, v An Eleven of England. July 10 — Vacant. July 18 — At Bristol, v Gloucester- shire. July 17 — At Manchester, England v Australia (Test.) July 20 —Match at Crystal Palace. July 24 — At Kennington Oval, at Surrey. July 27 — At Brighton, v Sussex. July 81— At Lard's, v M.C.C and Ground. Aug 3 — At Portsmouth, v Hamp shire. Aug 7— At Birmingham, v War wickshire. Aug 10 — At Canterbury, v Kent. Aug Id — At Kenninyton Oval, England v Australia (Test.) Aug 17 — At Cheltenham, v Glou cestershire. Aug 21 — At Lord's, v Middlesex. Aug 24— At Taunton, v Somerset. Aug 28 — At Liverpool, v Lanca shire. Aug 51— At Scarborough, v an Eleven of England. Sep. -I— At Hastings, v South of England.

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 July 1899

Local and General Wood's Great Peppermint Curo for Coughs and Colds never fulls, 1/6 nnil 2/G. Grass at Mt Grenfell. — We have been informed that an inch of rain fell at Mount Grenfell, on the Louth road, and grass has already commenced to spring up. On Holiday. — Miss Gertie Jeffery, who recently won n scholarship and is studying at Hurstville college, returned to Cobar for a short holiday during the week. For Children's Haceking' Cough take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6 Resigned. — Miss Sarah McDonald, who purposes leaving Cobar for a few months' holidays, has, in consequence, resigned her position of organist in the Church of Eng- land. She will play at next Sunday's ser- vices. Sudden Death. — On Thursday Miss Cross, daughter of the esteemed manager of tho Nyngan refreshment rooms died after a short illness. Only that day week she gave her birthday party, being 18 years old. Marriage. — All the way from Cunnamul- la comes the news that Miss Annie Corbett and Mr Richa...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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The Reverend Mullineux. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 1 July 1899

The Reverend Mullineux. Sydney Bulletin last week reached down its Banjo and thus sums up the Rev. Mullineux, who is the Captain of the English football team now in Australia : I'd reckon his weight at eight-stun-eight, And his height at five-foot-two, With a face as plain as an eight-day clock And a walk as brisk as a bantam-cock— That's the boss of the English Team, The Reverend Mullineux, Makes no row when the game gets rough--- None of your "Strike me blue!" "You's want smacking across tho snout !"   Plays like a gentleman, out-and-out — Such as he ought to do. "Kindly remove from off my face !"   That's the way that he states his case— Reverend Mullineux. Kick! He can kick like an army mule---   Runs like a kangaroo ! Hard to get by as a lawyer-plant. Tackles his man like a bull-dog ant— Fetches him over too! Didn't the public cheer and shout Watchin' him chuckin' big blokes about— Reverend Mullineux. Scrimmage was packed on his prostrate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

THE AUSTRALIAN CLIMATE. Many worn to havo an idea that the Australian climate is more trying than many others. In reality there are less lung troubles, consumption, bronchitis, and chronic diseases, and less epidemics than in any other known inhabited country. But wo Australians do have to guard against liver disease, and thousands do that by a timely use of Warner's Safe Cure. It seldom fails to quickly relieve all symptoms of biliousness, nausea, gid diness, indigestion, and headaches. Mr E. Moss, of tho well-known firm of Henry Mosa Lighting Oo , 6 Fer rars Place, Albert Park, Melbourne, writes : ' I have used Warner's Safe Cure for liver and other affections, and found it very beneficial. It is, without doubt, a first-class medicine.' Tho other day a man was sworn in a colonial court on a glass of pure water. Somo swear upon the Bible, ? Somo swear upon their thiiniV, Tho Chiukie cuts a cock's head oft', And swoars by Kingdom como. But now some swear by water, We know what's com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

When you cannot sleep for coughing tako Chamberlains Cough Remedy. It always givos prompt roliof. It is most excellent for coUr, too, as it aids expec toration, rolioves tho lungs and prevfnts any tondoncy toward pneumonia. For estlo bj 11 Diilgiiruu, Ohomiijt, Cobar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

It's a Wonder. Many Dubbo people Finding it out. Ever had any irritation of the skin ? There are many forms of it and any of them aro bad enough to tax your pa tience. Hemorhoid a plague of the night. No rest for tho sufferer from this complaint. Eczema, too, a con stant irritation ; hives don't sound dangerous, but they cause a heap of misery to thosfl unfortunate enough to bo troubled with them. Doap's Oint ment is ' a wonder,' for any such trouble ; and any troublesome irrita tion of the skin cant resist its healing, soothing influence, Lots of people know this now. Mrs Jane Mathews, residing in West Dubbo, thus informs us : — ' I know of a child 18 mouths old, who was afflicted with ringworm, which was entirely removed by the use of Doan's Ointment. I can certify to this being a fact as I myself applied the Ointment. Having witnessed its success in this mannor I can strongly incommend Doan's Ointment as a remedy for ringworm or other similar complaints.' Doan's Ointment is splen...

Publication Title: Cobar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

Laundry Work. Perhaps thoto is no businoss whioli ia less understood by ''outsiders' than laundry work. The different processes, ench one of them ontailing considerable labor, which have to bo nogotiated beforo the olothos aro finished with, are miny and wearisome. It is natural under these ciroumatancos that thoso ongaged in the work should sooner or later become -weakened by the strain the labor requires.' Speaking in this conneotion, Mrs Cordelia Norris, who lives now at '' Alton,' Shadforth Street, Moeinan's Bay the lady said:— 'Yes, my experience en titles mo to speak on tho mattor I was driven to work by sad reverses, for I had to heep myself and two children j but I found that the hard laundry work, worry and tryiiijj summer months were too strong -i combination for me. My whole system be came debilitated. I lost all energy, and my face and hands became quite shrunken and Woodless. My bones -were tender to the touch, and evory ono of them seemed to have quito a distinct ache ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

'P. 5NELS0N, BAKEB, CONFECTIONER, &c, LINSLET STREET, COBAR. Patronise P. Sneleon, the reoognised Family Bakor, where you will get the belt if everything going in hie Picnics, Parties, to.t : supplied on the ahortee, notice, and in fact every description of catering executed, IB1IX IISIIEI, Harconrt Streot, COBAR. ,- Ik Bros., ! PROPRIETORS. MINE OBDERsT SPECIALITY. Agents for Band Drill and Racko Kcick ' 'o., and all mining n-quiBifct,8. Cash BuftrH of scrap custinefl. Agent for Klondyke Gold Dishes and Auralin — a god-send to mine managers Blacksmith's Tuyere irons made 1 isf « j & .- i I .ig« S -aa» % -£ if J. Joseplisoru . Watchmaker, Jewelle/ ; AND .. OP ill KINDS OP Masonic & Oddfellows' Jewo! ADELAIDE-SI., .— IlllIBf»- ? DIAMOND SETTEE & OPAL OtTTTEE. PBEOIOUS STONES OP E7ES7 DESCRIP TION ALWAYS IN SIOOS. ^ DEOPLB IN THE.OOUN'XEY.can. *T rely up receiving Prompt Attention - FAIB AtTD SQUARE VALTJEj' , J JOSEPHBOBT. Blaynay. u Three BEASON8 WHY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

CARPETS, - BEDSTEADS - AND - BEODBiG AND WHERE TO GET IT-, A. HALL AND COMPANY, COKNEE GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL STREETS. ' DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, I HNING-ROOM SUItE, Very Strong In Tapestry and Plush, Coucli, Pair All Spring-soated and Padded Back Eaiv Chairs, and Four Curved Chairs, , Chairs, 6 gmnons. for £4. 10s. 50 others, 5, 10 to-20 ' / 20 others, 7, 12 and 20 guineas, at ? guineas, fll HALL3. __ ^ ? HALL S ? ' BEDROOM SUITE, Way' /; . lOrT ' FULL SIZE HALUMESTJiK BED Wardrobe, Plote-glasB I ' :d :. STEAD, Brass Rail, Double-wire Drawers, Duchess Chest D ,w.th MattreBS, and Set Best Bedding, . -| class attaohed, Marbled . ash-- £3 15s. itand, Towel RaU !? no 60 Latest Design Bedsteads .; Chair, £6 '.'? ? t0 select from at ; 80 Bedroom Suites ' A from. ? HALL'S ? \ THE UNIV.' ?$? ' HOUSE FURNISHERS, 561, f;33, 565 and 567 GECBGE-ST. Countr - i packed free. New Illustratod Furnishing Guide Post Free. (ESTABLISHED 1894.) ?; BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PREMIER WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER *...

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Australian Eleven [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

Australian Eleven The third test match, between Aus tralia and England was drawn. Tho former scored 172 and 225. The Englishmen snored 220 in their first and had no wiokets down for 19 in their second innings, when rain stopped the play, and the match was drawn. :' A match was commenced against iNOCtingnam on ivionuay. The Notts scored 188 in the first innings and closed the second in nings when six wickets had fallen for 182. Australia closed their first in nings with seven wickets down for284, and in their second innings had six out for 98. The match was drawn. Rain stopped the play on the first day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

tYe Cyclists! iA, Just a Moment there /p| _ ^^ REMOVAL NOTICE M. J. CORBETT^* 'WISHES to inform patrons and the public generally that he has re moved from the old Bhop in Gould's Terrace, to those centrally situated premises in P,idulu's Terrace, Marshall Street, unti recently occupied by the Cosmos Cycle Co. Latest Models of tro famous Massey-Harris Bicycles on view. The Silver Ribbon Wheel A large workshop, equipped superior to anything West of Sydnoy, ib attached, and all repairs will be promptly and faithfully executed. For full particulars re purchase of Bicyclup, write to M. J. Corbett ANY TJEBMS AERAJvGED. ^^^b^^ROCK-BOT-TOM PRICES. Cliomist-Sardciil & Mechanical %? Dentist, ^ MAtitiilAXii, SfKEET, COB-1.H Physian's and Family Proscriptions Faithfully prepared Full .Stock of Patents, Druggists' Sundries, Perfumes, &o. .... Artificial Teeth on Gold, Platinum or Vuloanite, at Sydney Prices. STOPPTNaS From fix. PAINT/R88 TCXTRAfJTTONS. Clearance Sale. 3VD DVEI3ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

P THREE J1 CASTLES j I CIGARETTES fjpr | f; fi -ord to the wise. /-&'. I r.T selectman brand of /Sfrlj 1 .-'Sarcttes let your /Jsjl I, 8 choice fall upon /£&/ II A Magistrate's Opinion. Proves Clements Tonic A Genuine Remedy. The Case of John J. Fitzpatrick, Esq., J.P. [Fromtht-uWindior {2T.S.W.) QazelU.') (BT OTO SPECIAL IlErORTER.) Sir. Fifespatiick is one of the oldest and bttt-known residents of Windsor. Formerly Inspector of Police, he has long since given up that- position, and now liveB in retirement at Windsor. A reporter from the Gazette oilioe noticed in the driwingroom testimonials and illuminated uddroMes cUiirly showing tho respect in which he was held by both the men under him and by local resident!. Our reporter questioned Mr. Fitzpatrick about his ill»e«a and cure, and was favour ably received. '1 suffered, 'replied Mr. Fitzpatrick, ' from many things, though I believe those suffer ings wero but all symptoms of one and the lame disorder.' ' And what w...

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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

LONDON. TnuueDAY Appalling floods have occurred in Texas, in the United States. A tract oi country 500 miles long and 50 miles wide was submerged, and 250 persons were known to have perished. President Steyn states that the Council of the Uitlanders League at Johannesburg have issued a manifesto endorsing the propoiiiis oE Sic Alfred Milner. The Pall Mall Gazette status that the Marquis of Lan.-downe has every thing dn readiness for the dispatch of 40,000 troops to South Africa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

SANDER AND SONS EUOALYPT EXTRACT According to reports of a great number of physicians of the highest professional Btanding, there aro offered Eucalypti Extract, which possess nc curative qualities. In protection of the world wide fame of Samdee a--d Sons preparation we publish v. few abstracts from these reports, which bear fully oui that uo reliance cun be placed in other iroducts: -Dr. \V. B. Rush. Oakland. -al., writes. It is sometimes difficult t' obtain tho genuine article (SaIIDeii and Son's.) I employed different other pre parations, they had no therapeutic value no bad effects. In ono case the effects were similar to the oil camphora, the objectionable action of which is well known.' Dr. H. B. Drake, Portland, Oregon, says — ' Since I became acquaint ed with this preparation (Sajtdeb and Sons) I used no other form of eucalyptus as I think it is by far the best.' Dr. L. P. Preston, Lynchburgh, Va., writes ' I never used any preparation other than Sander and Sons', as I found ...

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Cobar Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

Cobar Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the Cobar Hospital Committee was held in the Council Chambers on Monday evening. Present : — Messrs Breden (President), James, Snelson, Mathews, Philips, Hogan, Dr Robinson, Bailey, Edgar, Loughman, and Hooper. Mr W. Rodier, Tambua, wrote forwarding a cheque for £5 7s 6d, being collected from the employees of the station as follows : — W. Rodier £1, Jno Grimes £1, E. Barker £1, R. Taintor£1, Alf Hodges £1, George Smith 5s, A. Dominick 2s 6d. A quantity of correspondence was read from Mr Spence and the Public Works De- partment, relative to the appointment of an architect to supervise the erection of the pro- posed additions to the Cobar Hospital. The Department allowed Mr Castleden, from Dubbo, to perform the work. That gentle- man arrived in Cobar on Monday evening, just before the meeting. Mr W. L. Gaskell wrote, offering his services to the committee, especially in respect to sanitary matters. It was decided to write...

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Breaking the News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

Breaking the News. It once fell to Tim's lot to break the news to a poor woman that her hus- band had been killed. Accordingly ho strolled leisurely to her house, sat down, and after a little preliminary chat about the weather and tho trams and other troubles, he suddenly said : — ' Do you know, Missus Mulguthery, that wid your pritty complexshin and your broight blue eyes and your lovely golden hair you would break every man's heart in this city if you wore dhresshed up to nperisint a widdy ?' ' Ob.) git a-\yay wid ye and yer sinse less ohaff,1 giggled the blushing lady. ' Shure no one would bo bothered comin' afthur mo now, and anyway I aint a widdy aithur.' ' Boi gorra you aro,' blurted out Tim at ouce, ' for your owld man was blown to smith ereens down at the boiler works this mornin' ; but, as I said beforo, you'll be all right, for black is moighty be comin' to your perticler stoyle of beauty.' In the bowling match on Saturday New South Wales beat Queonsland by 57 points to 25...

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" The White Man's Burden." [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

' The White Man's Bur- den.' Mr Rudyard Kipling has recently been telling the people of America, in a series of magnificent verses, what ' The White Man's Burden' is. He shows the responsibility which has been thrown on their shoulders by re cent conquests, and in soul-stirring cadences, bids them ' Take up the White Man's Burden.' Whilst these verses are addressed to the Americans in particular, there is another ' White Man's Burden' of far more universal character, namely, that particularly sensitive organ, the liver. This great organ is the regulator of our bodily health. If impaired, other organs, such as the kidneys, become affected, and ill health follows. And such was the experience of Mr J. Waller, of 82 York-atreet, South Melbourne. His story of suffering for years from long standing liver complaint, and subse quent cure by Bile Beans, was narra ted to a representative of the Sports man as follows : — ' I am glad,' he began, ' to give my testimony as to the very great value...

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Big Bets. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

Big Bets. When the current racing season in England, opened, London M.A.P. gave an auto-biography of Mr B. H. Fry, the leader of the betting ring there. An extract from the interest ing story runs thus : 'However care   ful one may be, a certain number of bad debts are inevitable. At the pre- sent moment I am owed about one million pounds. But this sinking fund is a constant source of income. Men of sterling integrity do not forget their liabilities, and when they are in a position to pay frequently give mo a welcome surprise by remembering old debts. ' How much do I owe you, Fry?' inquired a former customer one day last year, whom I had lost sight of for some little time. ' £480,' I replied sadly, ' and I suppose it will never be less.' ' Give me £20,' he said, as he handed over a bank note for £500. ' I was at Windsor one day, when a man strolled up to me and asked me the price of the favorite for the St. Leger. The stranger was not well dressed. He was wearing what a...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

Local and General Vital. — For the quarter just ended the   vital statistics are as follows :— 43 births — 24 females and 19 males; 33 deaths — 24 males and 9 females ; and 8 marriages.   Wood's Great Popermint Cure for Coughs   and Colds never fails, 1/6 and 2/6. Local Public Works. — While in town, the Government architect from Dubbo attended to the public works about to be effected here. The improvements to the Court House have been started, and also those to the post office. Both of these have been sadly needed for a long time. Regarding Subsidy. — The fact that the Cobar Hospital is experiencing considerable trouble in obtaining its subsidy for 12 months gives rise to the supposition that the Gov- ernment is anxious to get its financial year ovor hefore granting the money now due. Cobar is not the only place where a similar trouble is met with. Thus the Nyngan   Observer: 'Unless the overdue Government   subsidy c...

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With The Footballers. NYNGAN TEAM VISITS COBAR. AFTERNOON'S SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobar Herald — 8 July 1899

With The Footballers. NYNGAN TEAM VISITS COBAR.   AFTERNOON'S SPORT. For some considerable time the   footballers of Nyngan and Cobar have been in communication regarding a match to be played on the Cobar ground. The game was eventually fixed for the 5th July, and on Tuesday last a wire from Mr J. Hogan, the active Nyngan secretary, coufirmed the expectations of the Cobar lads. On the evening mentioned there must bave been 250 people on the Cobar platform, including the local Brass Band, members of which organisation showed a generous and sportsmanlike spirit in offering to be in attendance to give a reception that would be pleasing to the Nyngan players and at the same time worthy of the town.   A very large number of footballers   were also in attendance, and as the train steamed into the platform three ringing cheers rent the air. Mr H. Clifton, on behalf of the local players, welcomed the visitors, and then the   B...

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