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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

Wade's Worm Figs, die Wonderful Worm Worriers, an? always effective. Is. boxfB,

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

WorniB 'Undfetmine 'Children's Con fetitufions. : Uiis :iWade's Worm Figs, -Jiy bjjse6,_; ~ ? .' '?'';'- -r.- ' :.--.. :t

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

[?] Has cured another sufferer who had been a martyr to Constipation and and Liver Complaint for '20 years. - Mr. Bath's experience may be repeated in your case. Mr. W. H. Bath, who lias been a member and office bearer of Wesley Unurcn cnuing me past zz your*, ami whose address is 102 Lvgon-strcet, Carlton, Melbourne, writes as follows : ' I suffered during the last 20 yenrs from ,thc effects of Liver Complaint and' Constipation. ' I tried almost everything tJjat was advertised to cure my eomplnhit, and at times consulted doctors. The medicines all failed to cure me, and the doctor's treatment 'did me very little good. I began to despair, but my wifo. hearing' from a relative about tlie wonderful curative properties of YTTADATIO, how it cured many people in New Zealand,, urged me to try it. I had been, laid up for some time from the effects of a bad turn eight months ago. My wife called upon the agent, Ms1. Palmer, It acted like a charm ; I was able to return to ^my work before I ha...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"I Took Them." [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

'I Took Them.' The laws relating to the unlawful tak ing- of other people's property are some what stringent in. the States, but their administration is occasionally the cause of much comment. It has fre quently been noticed the unfortunate who, when perhaps pressed by want and hunger, appropriates to his own use a small sum, is sentenced to a long term of imprisonment ; whereas the well-connected* wrong-doer, ' when charged with the larceny of perhaps thousands of pounds, has frequently, in reply to his ' I took them,' received a sentence far from coinm.casux.ite with his crime. Tho ill-gotten pio porfy of srch ac'ions nev.'r leiul'sin ^benefit, but there is a preparation now being- sold throughout the Australian States — Bile Bsans for Biliousness— which, whon used, causes people to iovfullv sav ' I Took Thnn.' These Beans are a purely vegetable prepara tion, and lie result of yeai s of t' 0'ight ful research on the part of a medical man. The use of even the slightest deleterious ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, 11.20 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

[?] [?] Tb& A^6tr^%^C!ricket^rs 'lefe^ied'; GlSucestershiro 'Ijy ^ie ?innirigs aiid 'tw;pj¥;hriiidfed afiil i4wenfrjr-. two jians.; In tite secbridTitfiings -the- Australiaiis vdeciared. their iinnings closed .-ak~' 5 fwick^te for'545. The highest scores were Hill 123, Noble 100, Hopkins 105.^ Gi-ucestershire's second innings ? The King has left London for n ci-uiise in his royal yacht. He is much improved in health, Ex-President Steyne, of the Oratig^ Free State, has sailed, for England with his wife, to seek medical adrice. Reaction towards a Boer Nationality is setting in among the Burgher^ especially in the towns. The Imperial authorities intimate that nothing definite willrbe done in the way of Lord.Hopetpun's successor to the Governor-Generalship of Aus tralia 'until after the; recovery of Mr. Chamberlain.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

Indigestion and General Debility. ?j.'-:: ?'???- tiwcawrf Mr. G. tHJFTON. ,-(BT A UlPOUTKB.) 'Tlit flexibility oi tlie finger* ii« matter of graat iinportsmuo to men eugaged in th» oucupatiou -/f prepariug tobacco fur th* market, mil Ilia speed tbat it a ueuesur; to attain in order to ciecl in thut particular ontncU of industry is ofteu tbe niemi «f ?eriuuily affecting die nervous system.' These were tlie «or..s with which Mr. George Clifton, af No. 13 Frances-street, YVonlloomooIou, greeted our rujiorter, wli* had loolcnl him up to ascertain l-y what ineaus be hud retrieved liii hei.ltli. ' At my trade,' coutiuued Sir. Cliftnn, '% man has to V«ep goin^ at top Bpecd from t)ie time he siurui till lie knocks off, and I liavo been at it so many years now tbat I «uj--.om- I oii^ht not u- i.-s surprised that the hi h piwmrv at nhich I Imvs .worked ?lioiilJ show sume evil result* upon my constitution. For close on three yean I laboured uudir tin) disadvantages of cob stuut nci voiu,'iicsa...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

THIS SPACE . 1 1 ' ? '' ' ? IS ? ? ?-?? '. : ..'''.'? ... -^ L i : - -*»? - RESERVED;- ? ' i ? f ' FOE ?-...' | ??-g^' - ?*?? ? ' ?-? 1 ? I ? . ?? . ? . . i GIBSON BROS. 4 i 1- , ?????? v . .? *' ? ' ? : U. ;.:--^- ?^r'^i-3 ???.??^''-?v--?:,v-:it^. i-v -:^V. ? * ' ? i;'^ '??'? w,,'. /? . ???.-. ? . ? 1 '.''?..?'. ' .. '. ' -.?'?.??? ' ' l *. . . ?* i ? ?*???.*-?'* ? . ' ']''

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

On Monday evrojng- last a surprise party was held at Mr. Jacob Hull's wtere a very enjoyable time was ? ?spent by those present.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

Mail Arrangements. , $ Daily from and to Sydney. * Difii»atc]i ; ??. : For:— ?? Sydney, .via Parfcere, Alctlova Mingelo, on 'i'uesday, Thuxsdaj ,, ant) „ ti Saturdny's of eacb -week at 8. 30. a.m. j ' - For Dubbo, McPhail Tomingley, on : Tueedays, Thursdays and Satuidaya at 8. a.m. \ For S3Tdney, ^a Nnrromino, Tomingley McPhail, on Mondays Wednesdays, *- ana rnuays fLl t. to a.m. Airivalfl from Sydney, via Parkes | Mondays, Wednoadayn, and Fridays,. | at 4. 30. p.m. '^ ^ Vin. NaiTomine on Tuesdays Thui-3- 1 days, nnd Saturdays at 5. p.ra ^ ? — ^ ?% From Dubbo on Monday, Wedncs- * days, and Fridaj-s, at 5. 45. pin-

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

Editorial Notes. Tjie introduction pf the Expeess to Peak Hill .will serve to create a new epoch in local journalism. Tfte old paper, with its policy and its principles, has gone, and in its place a new jour nal has been established, which will be run on a thoroughly sound, demo cratic basis. One of the main features of its policy will be the. advancement of the town and district in every pos sible way, and it looks forward to that measure of support from the public, which is so essential to the carrying on of a successful, up-to-dato news paper. The farming community, the man on the soil, the real backbone of the country, \rill receive special atten tion, and the claims and considerations to which tliis body are so justly and deservedly entitled from the hands of our legislators will be brought pro minently forward, and advocated in a whole-hearted, earnest, and energetic manner. All local happenings will be. fully and fairly roported, and our readers will be kept well in touch wit...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

THE MARKETS. HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. . SnEEr. — A slight improvement was manifest in prime elieop, but others were somewhat weaker. .- . s d llorino Wethers, prime, to 20 0 ? „ ,, extra, to 25 0' „ ' ,, g°°4- t0 1;* ° „ . „ inodiimito 9 0 „ „ extra to SO 0 „ „ good to 15 0. ,, ,, iuedituntol8 6 Merino Ewes, prime, to 13 0 „ „ extra, to 17 0 „ „ good, to 10 0 . „ „ medium, to 7 0- - Crossbred Ewes, prime, to 17 Of ? „ exti-a, to 25 0 ? ? „ ? „ good, to 13 0 . fI ,, medium, to 9 0 Lambs, prime, =to . . 13 0 - „ good, to . . 10 6 ,, medium . . 8 6 Cattle.— The market was very strong, prime, beef, medium, weights, making up to 40s. per hundred pounds. Prime and heavy yards ol bullocks made to £13 10s. ; extra^to £15, good to £12, medium to £9 10s. ?; prime yards ^cows sold to £9, good to £8, medium to £6 -IXte. ? Wheat, 4/4 to 4/4JcL busheL r Flohb, £9.-^6. to £9. 10. 0. JtJLvsrronA, £12. to £12. 5. ' '/-'Chaff, from £5. upwards. Lucerne, £7. to £8 ton. ILuee, from 4/7. to 4/10. bushel. 4...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

MISCELLANEOUS Dogs inapt be registered not later thnn tbo fourteaSBi of October in each. yenr. Closo season for' Qtuul, from sixteenth of September to twenty -third May, all over the colony. 'For all birds in part one, Seehedule two, electoral district of Coimobolin, twenty firef June t-y twenty firet December.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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THE COUNTRY PARTY AND THE FARMERS'S—CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

THE COUNTEY PARTY AND THE JPAEMEES'-CONFEEENCE. At .the recent' Conferonce of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, Mr. Gonnly— wlio soems to have sup planted Mr. Eose as the leader of the new Country Party — announced that his coterie of faithful followers would make a special point of insisting upon legislation that would tend to advance the interests of wha#he termed — and the term ia excellent—productive settlement. We congratulate Mr. ?Gonnly upon his good intentions, and trust that he (and his) will be able to put them into practice. There could not be a finer field for political work than this ? there could not be a more patriotic object, nor one more likely to benefit the class which Mr. Gormley's party and the Farmers' and Settlers' Association both represent — the men upon the land. And more than that, for the Country Party to legislate in the direction hinted at would not only be for the- great advantage of the State, but would also be a good thing for the Parliament it...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Molong Rabbit Board. SELECTION OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

Molong Ealiblt Board. SELECTION OF MEMBERS. ' 'V'ehy little interest was mamfested by the electors in. connection with the above. Out of the 952 names on the roll only*200' applications wera made to the Betuming officer for Ballot Papers, 70. of which, were not returned in time. Mr. Scott one of the rlefeated candidate's secured' 'the1 largest' number of Small Holder's votes, the Si re corded his favour, being all one voters. The results ofthe ballot was as follows : E. E.Moore .. .. 168 C. J. E.Pahner .. .. 162 E. Hunt . . . . 1 52 J. 'Matthews .. .. 145 L. N. Smith . . . . 137 E. Scott . . . . ? 84 Informal ? 3 For the Forbes district the following is the result: Elliot ? .. 417 Hunter . . . . . . 393 Cameron ... .. 324 Croft ? 316 Casey . . . . . . 234 Edols ./ .. .. 184. Dunn. ? . . * ? ^ 183 Luhrs . . . . ? ? 1 58 ^oakes .. .. ?? 145 Close ? HI Allen ? ?« Informal .. .. 20

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peak Hill Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

Peak Hill Rifle Club. A special meeting of the committee of the above was held at Stafford's Hotel on Monday ^evening, the 14th. inst., to consider a challenge received from the McPhail club for a match on Wednesday, 16th. July. Present: Messrs. C. F. Stephens (in the chair), Stafford, Gibson, Wormald and Miles. It was agreed on the motion of Mr. Stafford that the challenge be accepted. The following resolutions were also unanimously carried : That the McPhail shooters 'be ao accorded a dinner at- the Club House Hotel, and that-Messrs. Stafford, Gibson, and Wormajd act as selection committee 6i tie home team.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. PEAK HILL VERSUS McPHAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

^^^^^^^ [?] -3^|nj}k J-lace:bir Wedies^fi^^ajteVj siikK^tt at tbi local'' rango^wliett a' repS^^fetive teainmet McPHoil in a fr^ep^^^ptutg contest. 'A good deal : ^jiimSffi^hs evidenced jn i3ie aflair. Bib diswfebS'nsreed upon were 50, CO, -aa70y^?ds, and very Mr ghootingj 'was maintl&wfd^thi'ougliout by bot£-' sides.^ At ? 4ach-- distance tho homq''! team, by a narrow margin; proved vic^ torious. FoEowing are the scores : ' Fifty Yaeds, Limit 35:— Peak Hill, -? A. N. Davey, 29 ; H. Schmidt, 30 ; J. Gibson, 26 5 PL Stafford, 27 ; C. Wor- 1 maid, 31 ;.E. Bailey, 27 ; Petterson, - 24; W. Qibsbfi, SO- C. B. Stephens, j 23 ; C. F. Stephens, 27 ; J. Hand, 21. \ Total, 295. McPhaiL— -C.iluri-ay, 26; , A. Seymour, 24; T. McDonnell, 19 W. Nicholls, 29 ; C. McKinloy, 29; G. W. Woodley, 29 ; Cartwright,' 22 ; E. Hall, 2G * T. Milton, 29 ; L Chaplin, 29 ; H. Stafford, jun., (emei-gency) 27 ; total, 287. Sixty Taeds, ^imit 25. — Peak Hill : A. N. Davey, 20 ; H. Schmidt, 22 ; J. Gibson, ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

BREVITIEgfT^ Jhc dlieetors of the U^nk of Aus tralasja-' have offered to ereet'in Peak Hill a building, to .' cost not less than £.1000, on condition that a certain 12 men in this district transfer their ac counts to the local Branch; Intimation has been received by the council that ike -money neces sary for the earrying-iout of the im provements to the Government pad dock will' be available oa the -1st of August proximo/ ? . , On Friday last the Coroner, Mr. H. N. Gibson, J. P., held a. Magisterial; enquiry touching the sudden demise of a Chinaman named Ah Chong, which occurred at the Chinese camp on Bulgandramine Holding sometime previously. The medical evidence went to show that death was due to natural causes — to wit, blood, poison ing ; and a findings to this effect was entered accordingly. We regret to report that Mr. J. Eay, principal of the local * Public Scbool, has been rather, seriously in disposed for some days back, and unable to leave his bed. We trust that he may be ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farmer's and Settler's Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

Farmer's and Settler's Conference. 'JEhe'tenth annual isconference of the Farmer's and ?sSettler's Association' was opened pn Tuesday the 8th. inst Some ^80 representatives fi-om the different Jjranches were present. The. Delegate from our local Branch Mi-. T. Bridle is wel^to Ihe fore and hos already spoken on several impor tkrtt. subiects. Both. Sie prime Minister, and'jMr. O'Sullivan have refused to attend.fhe deliberations of the Conference owing to their severe criticisms passed on Mr. Crick's Land administration. The Conference on Saturday last by a substantial majority decided not, tp^ ally tile Assoeiation^wilh the .Counti^ Party jn ParKament or' any other poli tical bo4y^: ..-'. - ?'? , --jij : Those present -advocated an increase ki the maximum loan under the Ad -vaaces iio^fiettlens Act to £2000 by authorising advances up to two-thirds ?of . tie value of securities; also, un proving on the present ineans of deal ingwith applications, -thus obviating the long*-4ekys which ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

VARIETIES. ' \/?ijm Mobe liaste, leas speed. The qnwkfir^-|^S the lunch, the longer it is digesting. SB When you've made your reputation, lii Be silent from that hour, 'SM For silence, after all, is. what' . .' WSji Makes reputations tower. '^B In Sweeden 10 years of study yhWBt iucumbpnt on every medical stude : ^l^ra The' YkfOLi % di4-4»t:.Mp.Jig-':VffS parents at church yostcrdoy' ?Xhop£ ' '' M Thomas: 'No, sir;. mother sprai ':||j 'or bnek throwin' father down star, :.'*$m and 'o couldn't come 'cos 'is leg'i /vS broken.' :7'Ws A Good Two-foot Rule— Keen your W foetdry. -. --'M Mrs. Goodsole: 'Why, Johnny, |^ are you just going home now ? Your :;|p Mother's been looking for you all jflie ':'':M afternoon.' H'-f| Johnny :' Yos, I know.' Mrs Goodsole: 'Just tliiuk liow s woiried she must bo.' ? ?-.% Johnny : ' Oh, she's near, Hi* «--nd ot .-£ her worrin'. 1 just beginnin1 mine.' '^ The earth's population doubles every ;'?'-; 2G0 years. ^ 'Did you git nnytiiing ?' whispered '--0, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

?M-f :'-iLd%ililG-:B0OTS. £%'^-: ''?'''???. '.^-'-: , ' '--'h \- - '' ? *-v ? - ?? ' ?- -- .,/ v~---- ?. ?^.^?fs.^.J'^'.-\ ?-??i-.jA.-v-.- ??njjfTs:- ??*;?-*'?'*' 'ri ?='- -?'-^?'?-?'V-': :'^:j^r^- ?.??.:?'???? -. -*??? ? '?-'- ^v-:.- *?/ -'v ? V ?;.;?- -? . ? — — - — '^t -?'..? ? ' ? ;-.. ;:-; -?vv-T' '? -^' -- : - ' ' ' I- ? - . - ??'-?. ?' '?*'-';. j. ?-:'.' ' ' '? ?. ?? ' ?' . -???«?- ' ' ' .-'' '? .:, '*?' ?' ; ^£*ould call attention to the good Value -offered in all lines of Drapery^ Men's Clothing, Millinery Boots A. W. Taylor's prices are fixed to suit the bad times. ^»I^E^HRTHEfiiP0iEErpN.T3aE OOiENSE*^;;- ''? ; ; -';/j %? ?'.?..-:M- ' ' '???'?? 't:ii ??--:---'. -#-;£;* ' . ?-v-'^' & ? ? ... '-'? ..-?1-:.- ?. . '€^as?sw^i4fco4i|5-8^BKa Street^. TXflSHEB to notify die Public of Peak Hill and Sun-minding District that he is'canying TT on the above well-knoim Hostlery, and ho^es to merit* fair ehare of pnblic patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FR...

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