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

UNEMPLOYED. ';.-' There is no doubt that the land question is the labor question, and is destined to solve the unemployed pro blem, if anything can solve it ; but, the putting of such a class of men straight on tbe land is doomed to failure. Some essential requisites for going on the land are, experience, capital and JJ1J.J 13IAJ«(1 GLUO-jLJ DO, UU.lt \!j j VLU.U UUOOC VtXlX*? time to mature. There are numbers, of men, in this State, who ore working for wages, of considerable experience, and have put by more or less capital ; some of them have sons to help. The more sensible plan would be for the Government to see that this class of men were immediately placed in pos session of land they have been seeking for years. Their billets would thus bo vacant, causing a move up in the different grades of labour. At the bottom of the grades the unemployed would find work if they really wanted it. The Government would find this a more natural phase of the land ques tion, simplifying the labour...

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

THREE EYES. The surgeons (I:'am no surgeon) know the uses of almost every part of the human body; but, tbero are at least two organs that seem to be uso lacc fWia t\f tVtaaa TWwrliTlcir W+o n machinery is.the Vermiform Appendix, a blind canal, in the intestines that leads nowhere ; and, while serving no good purpose, seems to be a trap for items like pips and seeds and is a dan ger to life. It was here King Edward's recent operation was per formed. There is another mysterious piece of mechanism — it is a gland in the human brain, the pineal gland. Anatomists recently discovered it to be an undeveloped eye in the back of the head. Just fancy yourself with a third eye ! The finding of lizard's in New Zealand with a third eye ' con nected with a similar gland was a clue to solving- the mystery. -I, myself, nave seen twenty-four of those Tauhara lizards, alive, and they all had three eyes. The Greeks have legends of human beings who had three eyes. If our pre-historic ances veloped from...

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

POULTRY. (Bt Anoojta.) Orpingtons: This highly successful breed was first under the notice ol poultry fanciers about 15 years ago, ao other breeds have ever met with the same success. In almost every yard that they havo boen introduced, othei \mai1a Iiiiva Tmttn Timot.inrilltr i1i«:pjiWiiv1 in their favor. Thoy ore priucipall\ bred in black, buff, and white, othei colours being lately introduced, the favorite colours being black and buff. Being one of the largest breeds and maturing very quickly, are fit to kill when six months old, at which ag- they will weigh from five to sis pounds, are very hardy and easily raised during the early winter months, and right on till Christmas. The hens make good mothers, lay all tho year, being undoubtedly one of the best iniiter layers, are well suited to keep in small yards or on -the farm. . Farm ers cannot do better, 'If desirous ol improvement,' than introduce eithei the,Bkck or Buff Orpington into theii yards either as table birds or layers, ...

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

Cultivation of Saltbush The pastoralists have been charged 'with carelessness in the management of their saltbush country. In fact it is said that the salt -and cotton bush, two of the same genus, are practically eaten out This shrub is valuable fodder, and much appreciated in California, where it is cultivated from seed grown, in Australia, la the last issue of the Agricultural Gazette it is notified that the Department of Agri culture has procured seeds of varieties of saltbush from Arizona, TJ.SPA.,- and applicants can have samples by send ing to the Seed Branch. Applicants can also obtain ?seeds of various Arizona grasses for trial. — fnhnifrr.

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

Mt. Kembla Disaster. . The awful castastrophy at Mount Kembla has overshadowed every othei topic. At time of writing some 87 bodies have been recovered, and it ie feared — and the fears have apparently very good foundation — that a large number have yet to bo discovered This tnrrihlfi /?isii«tpr is f.fin worst in point of destructivoness to life, that has ever happened in Australia, and the unfortunate widows and children of its victims cry aloud for succour. We feel 6ure they will not cryin vain. Tho Daily Telegraph has set a noble example in the cause of humanity, by initiating a relief fund for the bereaved sufferers, and heading it with the princely donation of £500. Contribu tions are flocking in and des]iito tlu drought, despite the serious outlook of affairs in general, New South Wales in particular, and Australia in general wiU prove responsive to the calls foi funds. Tho Mayor of Sydney hat called a public meeting to furthoi the work, several entertainments — and in paticul...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sheep Lick. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

Sheep Lick. Farmers will find tbe following mix ture most valuable for keeping sheep free from worms and in a healthy con dition: — One bag salt, pint and-a-half turpentine, two pounds sulphur, 25lbs wood ashes, and sufficient water to mix it into a consistency like mortar, and placed in troughs in the various paddocks. The above has been used with gratifying success around Peak Hill.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

or Collar High, -we can ** Collar » you in. Twenty different styles. ? . ? ? ?_, ? j i '? ? WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ' COLLARS, CUFFS, SHIRTS. WE WANT TO COIUR YOUR CUSTOM AND THAT OF YOUR SONS Even unto tho third and fourth generation. Come and be collared right away at once. And at the prices we can offer you it is almost cheaper to buy new articles from us each time than ?:?? buy the laundry. JACKSON & JACKSON, Universal Providers, PEAK HILL.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

THE MARKETS. Sheep. — Tho market was still firm. Consignments from JNew Zealand, Victoria, and Tasmania were available, s d Merino Wethers, prime, to 30 0 „ „ extra, to 36 0 n ii £°od, to 21 6 ,, ,, medium, to 15 0 Crossbred wethers, prime, to 30 0 „ „ extra, to 45 0 „ „ good, . to 22 6 ,, ,, medium, to 15 0 Merino Ewes, Prime, to 18 6 „ „ extra, to 22 0 crood. to 15 0 ,, „ - medium, 11 6 Crossbred Ewes, prime, to '22 6 „ ? „ . extra, to 27 6 „ ,, good, to 18 6 „ ,. medium, to 14 6 Lambs, prime, to ' . . 14 6 „ good to ... 11 6 ,, medium ... / 8 6 Wheat, 4/6 to 4/8d. bushel. Fj,odr, £9. 5s. to £9. 10. 0. Manitoba flouk, £12. to £12. 10. Chaff, from £6. to £6 12s 6d. Lucerne, £8. 5s to. £9 10s ton. Oaten hay, from, j£6 15s ton. Oats, from 3/2 tc 3/6 buslu Make, from 4/11. to 5-/. bushel. . Potatoes, from £5 Os Onions, from £6 0s Oil cake from £9. to £9. 5. Od. ton. Babley, 3/9 to 4/-,bush. Bban, Is 5d bush. Pollaed, Is 5d bush.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

VITADATIO ? — QUEENSLAND SPEAKS. C/o Mrs. Tulk, Bo-ven Terrace, Brisbane. S. A. PALMER, Esq.* Dear Sir, — I have much pleasure in adding my testimony (among the very many you havo received from all parts of the colonies) to the curative power of yiTADATIO. I havo been suffer ing from indigestion, for some consid erable time, and have tried various medicines without avail. I am glad to be ablo to testify that VITADATIO has effected a thorough cure. I will always be able to speak of your medi cine in the highest terms, nnd can with perfect confidence reconunend it to anyone suffering from the some com plaint. — Tours truly, (Signed) STEPHEN C. CARTER. For Further paticulars : S. A. Falmer, 284 Pitt street Sydney. Correspondence Invited. Write for Testimonials.

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

GENERAL. Mr. John Bruce succeeds his bro ther, Mr. George Bruce as Patron of the Cumnock P.A. nnd H. Association. Both gentlemen have tho welfare of Cumnock and its Association at hoart. There is great compotition for tho secretaryship of tho Cumnock P.A. and H. Association. Foxes are becoming numerous in the Blayney district, and are doing much damage to stock. Grave concern is felt at the struggle impending between the postoralists and shearers. The former intends to fight it out to the bitter end. The Country Party has decided to assist the Pastoral and Agricultural. Societies Union in tho effort to secure free railway passes for judges to coun try shows. Latest advices arc that the shearers are striking for 25s por 100. Beef is 10d per 1b inMudgeeanda further rise of 2d is threatened. The Railway Commissioners recently reduced the freight on tinned meat iienrly 50 per cent. A large quantity is being forwarded to the country districts. Speaking at a complimentary ban quet tendere...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 August 1902

Australian Bushranging Early Days. (By Charles White.) The boots taken from the house of   Mr. Coles were identified at the police   station, on the prisoner Watkins, and   upon the superintendent ordering   them to be taken off, some of the by-   standers overheard Mustin say,   "You'll make a liar of your mother now, she always said you'd be hanged in your shoes, but you won't." They were yesterday fully committed.   In addition to the foregoing, we hasten to give the following from our Parramatta correspondent :—   About 11 o'clock on Saturday night last information reached Mr John Thorn, chief Constable from Parra- matta, to the Western Toll-Gate, in the Government Domain. Mr. Thorn, in consequence, accompanied by Wardsman Wells and Constable Ratty, aided also by Mr. Piesley, jun., pro- ceeded to the toll-house, where the Chief Constable concerted to that Con- stable Ratty sho...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

District Intelligence. (From Orm Exohaitges.) PARKES. A large meeting of timber getters and others was hold Tuesday last, at which Mr. J. B. Reymond was pro Bent. A motion was carried 'That the royalty ou sleepers Bhould be abolished, seeing that such royalty ?will ultimatelv have to bo noid bv the Government' and an Executive of ten, with the Mayor as Chairman, was forniod to keep the movement alive. Morrison and party are crushing a good paddock of stone at their battery . hear Alectown, which promises satis factory results. 'A petition to Parliament is per fectly useless unless it is sent through — Mr. J. B. Reymond. at- the meeting of timber-gettors on Tuesday evening last. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

(To the Editor Peak JEB Express.) Sir,—' Out of Evil cometh Good.' 'The - depredations of the present drought, appalling as they undoubted ly are, will nevertheless, it is to be hoped, teach the settlers of the drought stricken area a never to be fowotton lesson. Ik many cases' the severe losses have, at least in part, been due to the inactivity, hick of energy, or ?want of judgment displayed by the eottter himself in not conserving^, eup^ 2-ly of fodder during more favored seasons for such, a crisis as this. The ways and means to effect this are too ?widely known by the average farmer to need comment here, but two cases at least are known to the writer where thousands of sheep are being suppor ted on summer grass and other her bage cut and stored by the thrifty squatter during more favored times. When the cost of cutting and storing this is compared with the present ruinous price of fodder, the benefits accruing are at once apparent. Droughts always have been, and as long as tho co...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

o^pffliJ^^ii^^^ [While our oolumns tire at all times open for die publication of matter calculated to lie of interest to our readers, we donotne - ? . . cesaarily Identify ourselves -with the opinions expressed under this heading/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

AUCTION SALE. MESSRS. H. N. GIBSON & Co., have been favored with instruc tions from Mes. -SIEMSEN, to sell bv PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATUR DAY next, the 17th inst, at her resi dence, Dugga Street, a quantity of Household Furniture. Also a LIPP PIANO. ^ H. N. GIBSON & Co., .P' Auctioneers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

W.MAULIFFE&Cd|l ; ; ???. ? iia^'Aseiits/'t^rfi^^^H Stock, Station and Ocaicral Commissloii -^SM ? :^. ??l';Kll LETTERS WHITTEN, FORMS FILLED IN, BOOKS AUDITTED,. ^vISbI CastoeU Street, Peak HilL ^ ll H^. CORRESPOKbEtfCE INVITED ; ;?:' '?— 3§| CHA& JONES, - ' j Builder, Undertaker, & Embalmer,- M JOINER and CABINEHN5IAKER. M ? ? ' ? ' jl ALL K1MDS OF FURNITURE AND JOINERY ON HAND OR MADE M TO ORDER. Jgj PICTUBE-FKAMING A* SPECIALITY. J§ Note the address : . t||| Clarinda Street, Parkes, M — : — I SfiBBLERY ! SADBIEHY ! ju s| T. CONNOLLY, #f||v M Saddle & Harness Maker, %&jf * i (Late of Forbes.) XmJlii'f ' '^S BEGS to nmiouiiijo that he lias oponed a Saddlery Bn«iin;s3 iu '? ?§/-l I ' 1 r«'»k Hill,' aud having a large Stock of every requisite of tins *' ?'.'*S trade, is pronarcil to supply Saddles or harness of fivers- desormtion. Repair* promnUv and ?'« neatly oxecutod at LOWEST POSSIBLE TRICE. *. . /: Tg Call mid iusjjL'at for yourself. Oue t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

tpLLHfi ?';;*-l^U|-|f.-;; ?-. ? . . ? ; . ? .- ?: or Collat' High, we -can---'. Collar » you iii 'tSVjenty -different styles. ??_-. ,_ ? _ ? 1^1 WE MAKE* A SPECIALTY OF COLLARS, CUFFS, SHIRTS. WE WANTTO COLLAR YOUR CUSTOM AND THAT OF YOUR SODS Even unto the third and fourth generation. . Come aud be collared right away at once. And at the prices we can offer you it is almost cheaper to buy new articles from us each time than buy the laundry. JACKSON, Universal Providers, PEAK HILL.

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LOCALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

LOCALS. Mi1. E. Dunn, butcher, of Caswell Street, met with rather a painful acci .dent on Thursday night last. On his way home, th© horse which he was riding, owing to the intense darkness, got off the road, and striking a stump foil, pinioning the rider. Fortunately no bones were broken, though Mr. Dunn was severely bruised and shaken. A boll has been installed at the local Convent which is rung at different hours during the day. This is of great benefit to tho town generally. It is a pity, seeing that the Post Office is so far removed from the main business centre, that Peak Hill cannot boast of a clock situated somewhere centrally. A wise man changes bis mind — a fool never. A splendid programme, has been compiled for the .Gala Day, to be held at Peak Hill on the lOtli September next. Area! 'Eed Letter' day for the town and district is promised. Wade's Worm Figs, the Wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective. 1;'- boxes. Splendid progress is being made with the clearing of th...

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WESLEYAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

WESLEYAN: Sunday, 7,3O'p.m. . , Peak Hill. — Ect. B. L.ucr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

How they deal it out to China, She can't have a show -at all ; Her position's very minor Among the nations' one and nil. like a man whose health is breaking, Days are numbered and get fewer, Unless for cough or cold he's taking, W. E. Woods' Great Peppermint Cuiv.

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