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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 1 August 1902

MINING. All wages men at the Proprietary Mine were knocked off on Tuesday last. Want of water is the cause. Messrs. Crowhurst and Sons are erecting winding gear etc., on {heir property at Tomingley. In a previous issue, this appeared as Mr. Waddell. We learn, however, it is the above firm who are completing the work named.

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 — 1 August 1902

'I would not be with out Bile'0eans.' SAYS MRS. SMITH. THEY ARE' A GENUINE REMEDY, Mes. SiHTH, of Albert street, North Broken Hill, has had an experience very similar to thousands of others. This lady suffered considerably from Biliousness and Headache, but she was unfortunate enough to apply the right remedy, viz, Bilo Beans for Biliousness, with ' the result that she iB now entirely free from these dis tressing complaints, and writes : — ' Since coming to Broken Hill about two years ago. I suffered. from Bilious ness and Headache. The doctors I consulted seemed to do me no good, and finally, about eighteen months ago, I commenced to take Bile Beans for Biliousness. They have proved in every way what they claim to be, and now I would not bo without them in the house. Whenever I feel put of sort I take a few, and they always put me right.' Bile Beans have now a world wide reputation for curing Bili ousness, Indigestion,' Headache, Con stipation. Piles, Debility, Female weak ness, Ne...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 1 August 1902

GENERAL. Statesmen think of the next genera tion. Politicians of the next election. Wade's Worm Figs, the Wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective. Is. boxes. 'MV. TTmiffir fi-nvnrninnTif SiiTtr-Ar-nr at present on the proposed line from Molong to JNsak Hill, anticipates that tho survey to Cumnock will be com pleted this week. During the past half-year, Dubbo Pastures and Stock Board paid away £155 for dog scalps and. £10 5s for puppies. Sir Edmund and Lady Barton will roturn to Australia per the S.S. 'Aorangi,' which loaves Canada on the 19th September..' The British Government is selecting prominent Boer i. agriculturists to tour the colonies to' study scientific methods of farming, with a view to their adopting such, methods and im parting'them to their neighbours. Mr. Sandford, of Lithgow', states that wnen Mr. JKnocn James, tne English expert, was out here, he ob tained some samples of iron ore, which he took to England, to be tested by one of the best English chemists, wh...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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McPHAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 1 August 1902

McPHAIL               (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) One of the most brilliant functions,   held at McPhail for some considerable time past, eventuated on Wednesday evening, the 24tn. ultimo, when the Oddfellow'sheldtheirfirst Annual Ball. ?? Borne eisty couples partioipitated, the hall, decorated under the supervision of Mr. jfipeiy looked beautiful. The catering was left in the hands «f Mrs. Oolbran, which is sufficient guarantee: of its excellence. Dancing was kept going until 4. a.TOu, when the gathering broke up, everybody having thorough ly enjoyed themselves. Our popular musician— Mr. - Lang— supplied the music. The dresses worn by the ladies were simply dazzling. The Bell of the evening was— well perhaps I had better not mention any names — as really it would be too hard to judge. The following is a description of the .. drosses worn as nearly as your scribe can describe the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 1 August 1902

Australian Bushranging   IN THE         Early Days       (BY CHARLES WHITE)       g- *? * 'Aiid trhat can I do to prevent it?' ? 'You can do nothing to prevent ! that end, ior I kaow that I am too doep in for it to be pardoned. If 1 ?Were to give myself up, the Groveru inout \vo\ild be obliged to hang me for erampL-'s sake. No, no, I know my mvii' condition, and I can foresee rav own iato. Xt lauot oi luysou tiiut I am thinking, lint of .uiy cliiifl. Mr. 'Wioiul y wiE you do this for ine— will you' do an aut of kindness and charity to a wretched ninn, who has only one Uiing to care -for in this -world? ;. ' I know it is much to ask, and that I '£' ' ' aught not to he disappointed if you , refuse it. Will you keep an eye 0:1 lily poor child, nhd so far as you can protect her ? ??'' I cannot ask you to pro Vide for her, but bo her protector, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

' FORBES. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Forbes Municipal Council was not hold ^iast Tuesday night, owing to thero not being a quorum. The Mayor, Aldermen Hutchinson, Rath ana xbgyuUHiu uiwuuvu. ? j.uu jiabj uj adjourned the meeting till Tuesday evening next. Without doubt the most successful children's entertainment ever held in Forbes was the Carnival in connection with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church which took place in the Town Hall last Friday evening. The most complete preparations had been made to ensu re success, and the carnival had been the talk of the children for weeks past. The hall was scarcely large enough for those who attended, it was prettily decorated, and the fancy costumes of those who took part in the sets were much admirod. The supper was most complete, and the committee are to be congratulated on tho success of theii efforts. As the usual press courtesy was not extended to us, wo made no preparation to get fuller detail!;. The usual mooting of the Farm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDOBOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

C0ND0B0LIN. During tho past week Mr. J. G. Stanley, Stock Inspector, and his as sistant, Mr. P. Brown, made a 300 mile tour over the northern portion oi the Condobolin -sheep district. Mr. Stanley reports grass nil and. rabbits seen', '2.- Sheep are poor- and' are ?i ? A « ? *i ?—-* f ? ? ? cmeny Doing Busiaincu uy currajong-. A four-year-old son of Mr. John Bryden was accidentally run over and killed on Wednesday morning last. The doath roll at Condobolin for the past twelve months has been the heaviest on record. Two years, after tho great drought of 1839 there were severe floods. The same with the 1849 drought; 18G8was a terrible year of drought, and great floods followed in 1870 ; 1888 was another disastrous year, and wo had floods in 1890. And so it will be when tho present drought comes to an end.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

MOLONG. Coronation Day will be celebrated here by a day's rule shooting. Mr. F. J. B. Roe has been re-elected President of Molong School of Arts. Priee^of tar at Molong gasworks increased to sixpence per gallon. Thursday night was the coldest ever recorded in Molong, the glass at the Post Office registering 19.7. The pre vious lowest record was 21.5 on 29th June last.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

DUBBO. A conoert was hold in the Wesleyan School Hall on Wednesday last, in aid of the. Methodist Cricket Club. There was a good number present and an excellent programme went through. It is estimated the Club will benefit 1 ? 1 ? j nr On Tuesday night last a maraudei was heard in the back premises of Mr. Sonne's residence, 'Carthina,' Winge warra-street. On examination of the premises, after his departure, showed that he had managed to enter the paint house on the premises, and had stolen a cask of white lead, valued at £'5. Tho football match, Wellington v. Dubbo. sot down for Saturdav. has been forfeited by Dubbo owing to being unable to send a team to Wellington. Whilst sentencing a prisoner on Wednesday, the following remark* were hurled at Judge Docker by a man named John Innes, who had been sentenced to five years penal servi tude :-r— ' May the crows be picking at you before I come out, You never gave mo a fair triaL'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NAEROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

NAREOMINE. There was a rise of 2ft. 6in; in the Macquario River at Narromine on Saturday last. Loto of people wended their way, to the river and die sight of a broad sheet of water, where there had been nothing but gravel, must have been pleasing to the eye.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOUNDKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

POirNDKEEPER J. Earqubarson. HOSPITAL Matron-Nunse Bright, Medical Officer, Dr. MacCarthy, Secretary, W. B. Wynne. CHI7RCHES Church of England-Rev. J. H. S. Oldham, Roman Catholic, Weslcyan, PrcBtyterian, visits from parkee.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

Editorial Notes. OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The prosperity and welfare of a town usually depends, to a large extent, upon tie class of men who are entrusted by the rate na-uprs with fhf» administration of its municipal affairs. Should a country centre lack men who are public-spirited enough to come forward and devote some of their time and energy to the benefit and advancement of the citizens with whom they live, that town is indeed in a sorry plight. Fortunately, through out our State -we find very few such places, and it is this fact which tends greatly to lead us to accept the services of our Coun cillors as a matter of course, and fail to entertain even the spirit of gratitude which we undoubt edly owe to them. In the mat ter of 'Civic Fathers,' Peak Hill stands pre-eminent. It would almost be impossible to find a body of men so sincere, and who have the welfare of their town more at heart than our local Council. Here we have a number of men, [many of whom at great personal sacri fic...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

District Intelligence. . (Feok Oob Exchanges.) PARKES. Fourteen local sleeper cutters have struck owing to the royalty on timber. The annual Show Meeting of the Parkes Jockey Club, which this year takes place on the 16th 'August* pro mises to afford just as pleasant a day's outing for lovers of the turf as its very successful predecessors.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUSTICES OF PEACE- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

. JUSTICES OF PEACE Mesers. J. D. Msckay, T. D. O*ley, J. Matthews, H. N. Gibson, and J. A. Bamber. POLICE MASISTEATE E. A. Xj. Sharpe, visits from Forbes, on Friday after firet WedneBday in each month. POST AND TELEGBAPH MASTER. TVardsn'B Clerk and Mining Registrar, Electoral Segister-J. Campey. POLICE Offioer in cliarge of police. Acting C.P.S. In6pector of slaughter houses, Warden's Bailiff, George Brayne, Sergt. LOCKUPKEEPER P. J. Wynne, Constable. SMALL DEBTS BAILIFF R. J. Lomrock.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

lidcAm The usual monthly court will bo holden atJ?eak Hill to day, (Friday.) Sefisbness is &e 'greatest ouwe to. humanity, both individually and col lectrrely. . A special Coronation service is to bo held at the Church^ of England tomor row, Saturday. Mr. Connolly district Inspector, ex amined the local Public School during the past week. Mr. J. Eay, the head teacher, has not yet recovered from hiB severe ill ness. He anticipates, however, being able to resume duty shortly. Promises niayfijet friends, but per formances keep them. To-morrow, the 9th. irist., the local Poet and Telegraph Office will bo closed from 12 o'clock noon till 6. p.m. . On Saturday last, the sum of £94 was paid away to.the men engaged on the clearing of tbJB Government Pad On Saturday evening last a violent ?wind storm passed over the town, A few drops'of rain also fell, but none of any importance. ' Mr. James Watt of Balderodgery has been left a : legacy of £7000 through the death of a relative in Eng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

For Chronic Chest Complaints Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. . Siam is Bending a. special mission to England, France, and Germany, to endeavour to settl* the dangerous French problem.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Information. RAILWAY LEAGUE, [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

Local Information. i RAILWAY LEA.GUE, A. Miles, Secretary. FAKMEK'S AND SETTLEE'S ASSOCIA TION. ' A. Miles, Secretary. P. A. & H. ASSOCIATION. F. Keane, Secretary. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, PEAK HUX. MATOK Mr. J. Matthews. COUNCIL CLEKK TV. B. ?Wynne. TBUSTEES CLEKE 'W. B. Wynne. ALDERMEN GibEon, Kennedy, Swain, Ring, Davcyr Hana.Iitcifield and T. Hand.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Farmer's Joys. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

The Farmer's Joys. Thus a writer in a Queensland paper : ' Sir,' said the . agriculturist, 'you ask why I am so happy. It is the useful, healthy .life I lead. Up at dawn, boiling tod baking prickly pear, and mixing it with chaff .and molasses, cives me a healthv annetite for breakfast. There is no appetiser like the smell of prickly pear and molasses. After breakfast I spend several hours in the fresh morning breeze lifting up my fainting cattle and propping them securely against the fences. .Then .comes the time for carting water, flow pleasant to drive along in the gidfly dust storm to the town well, andlhere sit contentedly for hours while a faint trinkle of water from the pipe gradually fills my tank, whilst the drivers of 1 7 other drays curse. After -dinner I can rest for half an hour's smoke, thinking contentedly of the fact that lucerne chaff is now £10 10s a ton, whilst I sold all mine a few months ago for £2 2s.' — Mohng Argus. Wade's Worm Figs, the Wonderful Worm Worriers...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dubbo Quarter Sessions. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE DOCKER. ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

Dubbo Garter Ses ' sions. BEFOBE HIS HONOR JUDGE DOCKER. ALLEGED LARCENY. (Prom the Dubbo liberal?) J& J. H. Williams was charged with having, at Peak Hill, on 1st May, stolen one tedder and other articles, the prop erty of JameB Cooper. He was further charged with, receiving. Oh. a eeeond charge ho was arraigned for having stolon 25 feet of guttering, and other articles attached toa building, tneprop erty of James Cooper. A second count charged him with feloniously receiving. Mr Bainber appeared for the defen dant. Sergeant Brayne, stationed at Peak Hill, deposed that in May lost he went to defendant's residence with a Search Warrant ; in a room used as a bedroom ho found two shutters. (The shutters and guttering, boards and timber wore produced in Court at this stage.) Mr. Coopor, who was present, claimed them as his property, as having been removed from certain houses, the Jpro perly of his (Cooper's) wife; after wards went to where defendant was erecting a new house ; in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CASUAL COMMENTS. RUINED FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

CASUAL COMMENTS. (BtPeucax.) RUINED FARMERS. Fabbmebs in New South Wales are likely to be almost envious' of thi Boers, just now. The Boers have been at war against the nation ; yet, the British Government are re stocking their farms and re-building their liomes for tlieru. Australian farmers, in this State, have not been fighting against the British flag. Their farms, after the ravages of rab bits and devastation of treble X droughts, also sadly need re-stocking. It will seem somewhat anomalous if our yeomanry be left to their ruin, wliilet^tho Empire's recent enemies are _set up in a fair way of business again.

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