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

B.0MAN CATHOLIC : -Divine Service second Sunday in each month. ? '

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. FRIDAY; 9th AUGUST, 1902. (Before the P.M., Mr. E. A. Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

Police Court. FRIDAY; 9th AUGUST, 1902. (Before the P.M., Mr. E. A. Sharpe.) H. N. Gibson and H. Kennedy. Applications for certificates authorisi ing tho issue of Auctioneers' Licenses. Applications granted in both cases. C. B. Humfrey v. Egan, for' trespass. Jas. Furner was first witness, do posed : Am labourer, residing at Min gelo ; remember 2Gth May last ; did not see Mr. Humfrey on that date; the defendantj Jas. Egan, was not with mo on Genanagie £ia ; was there alone _; defendant was in Elliott's paddock adjoining. To Plaintiff: You did not come dii'ect to me ; do not remember you asking my name; never saw you on the date mentioned ; saw Eandell and Harris. Jas. Egan, on oath, deposed: Ee member 26th May ; was shooting on that date with Goo. Fufner in Elliotts' paddock ; was not in .Genanagie Bun on that date. William Egan, duly sworn, deposed : ' On 26th May, was shooting in Gena« gie paddock in company with one Reuben Furner; could not swear de fendant was not thei'e. To Pla...

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CHURCH SERVICES. ANGLICAN: (CORONATION SERVICES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

CHURCH SERVICES. ANGLICAN : (Coroxatiox Services.) Sunday, 17th. 11. a.m., . . Tomingley. (Holy Communion.) ,, 7. p.m. . . McPhail. —Rev. H. T. Trakuah. „ 7. 30. p.m. . . Peak Hill. Me. H. Stephens.

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SMALL DEBTS COUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

SMALL DEBTS COUET. Northy v. Eice, for wages alleged to be duo, Jainng Northy deposed : Am laborer residing at Peak Hill ; erected a fence for defendant, 73 chains at 2s 9d; defendant gave cheque for £9 saying he condemned feucs ; the fence is a good ono, and erected in accordance with agreement entered into between us ; would not swear the fence was 73 chains, thought so. . Thomas Eice, duly sworn, deposed : Agreed with Northy for the completion of fence in accordance with specifica tions ; pnid him £9 on account ; stop ped £ 1 ; the posts are not cut level on top ; the fence is only 70 chains 2G feet. A verdict returned for the plain tiff for the amount claimed. Wood ley v. Jones. Woodloy v. MePhee. No appearance of defendants. Ver dicts for the full amounts elaiuied with costs in each instance.

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

Coronation Services At St. Stephen's Church, Peak HilL ?special services were conducted by the Eev. H. T. Tranmar, both on Satur day arid Sunday. -The music had been rehearsed for some considerable time and reflected greatly to the credit of the Choir. Included were the 'Na- tional Anthem,' Kipling's Eecessional Ode, ' Lest we Forget,' (to music composed and played by Eev. Tran mar), the ' Magnificat and* Nunc Dimittis to settings by Bunnoy. The Anthem was. Stainer's, 'What, aro these,' the eolo being sweetly ren dered by Miss Lucy Swain. Mr. Yabsley officiated at the organ, The first lesson was read by Mr. Hook and the second by Mr. Henry Stephens. The Church -was well filled, and the Eev, Tranmar, taking for his text, the first and seconi verses of*fihe First - Chapter of the Second Epistle to Timothy, preached a very impressive sermon. ' - ? ? ' . A special service was also held at the Wesleyan Church on Sunday. . Mr. Jelbart officiated. He took for 3ns test the 15tK7 and~415ih v...

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

Bace Club. A special meeting of inombers of the above was held at Murrell's Hall, on Saturday Inst. Present : Messrs. Matthews (in the chair), Gibson, Kennedy, Boles, Eing, Murrell, and tho Secretary, Mr. W. 13. Wynne. Subsequent to the minutes of the previous meeting being read and con firmed, the Chairman explained that they were assembled to discuss matters in connection with the holding of a day's races, on 'the 11th September, Mr. Gibson moved, seconded by Mr. Eing, that tho Show Committee be offered the use of the Eaco Course, free of charge, for the holding of a day's races on tho date mentioned. — Carried. Mi1. Murrell moved, seconded by Mr. Boles, that Messrs. Matthews, Eing, Kennedy and Wynne be appointed Trustees of the Bace Course.— -Carried. Mr. Gibson moved, seconded by Mr.' Murrell, that a letter bo sent to the Parkes Jockey Club, informing that body that this institution is thoroughly in accord with their -wishes to have the western district Club's associated, and th...

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

VARIETIES. . 'Bijingle is about the most eatoIeBS fellow I liave ever Jcnown.' ' Wliai's ho done now ?' ' Why, lie p&ssod tho butchor'a* down the street whistling, ?' Ottrhero' '- - Ijosiny little dog gon£?' and tt'sau-' sago jjiimpod from the Jiook andfol- lowed him lionW ' It was earless wasn't it ?'* Water boils at two hundred and i twelve degrees, Fahrenheit: 'But blood jnay boil at any temperature.' ' So that young heiress has pro* mised to many you ?' ' Yes, in three years.' ' Isn't tliat a good while to wait ?' 'It may bo, but she's worth her , 'wait' in gold.' -. ?-. ' Tho average woman knows how to say ' No.' ' ' Oh yes ! Slie can malro it osjn-ess all possible shades o? meaning, Mr. Staykte : ' Is that clock right ?' Miss Do Pink (wearily) : ' I think it must need cleaning. It's been two or three hours going that last hour.' Wife : ' I've got so that T don't - * care if you were never to cbme homo at all. I hnve resources of my own.' 'Husband: ' Yon don't mean to s...

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

DRAPERY, MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS. -?; ; . \ ' ? *? ? TO. THOSE WHO HAVE NOT INSPECTED THE STOCK AT A. W. TAYLOR'S Hew Store at the Corner. Wo would call attention to the good value offered in all lines of Drapery? Hen's. Clothing, Millinery Boots and Shoes, etc., etc. A. W. Taylor's prices are fixed to suit the bad times. BEMEMBEE THE STORE ON THE COENER OF Caswell and i&ugga Streets. CAHRINGTON .*. HOTEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. '1TTISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District tnat be is carrying ?11 on tke-above well-known Hostlery, and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, /[RATED WATER AND CORDIAL mmmmm, DEERIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. FOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR & gURITY, FREEMAN'S CRATED ? WATERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punctually. J. W. LEES, Tomingley & McPhaiL You cannot do better than give him a trial. Everything kept in stock from a Needle to an An...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. DISTRICT POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

Editorial Notes. DISTEICT POSTAL AE RAGEMENTS. That the business people of Peak Hill, and others, are so apathetic in connection with the Postal arrangements existing between theuiseh'es and their district, is indeed a matter of great surprise. We refer, more particularly, to the Warge Rock and Wilga Vale portions. It is needless to point out the many advantages accru ing to all concerned by the rapid and accelerated transmission of letters to and from the surround ing settlers. Peak Hill is, by virtue of its position, the centre of a flourishing district, and doubtless a great 'amount of business would come to this town, which, under the existing arrangements, must of necessity go elsewhere. For instance, to send a letter to say, Wilga Vale, distant 12 miles, it has firstly to be forwarded to Parkes, a dis tance of 30 miles, thence re turned to within eight miles of its starting point, approximately another 30 miles, and soon to its destination, thus having tra versed over some 70 ...

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

Wt.D. Oxley & Go's., fi GBEAT CLEARING SALE, £ - ' COMMENCES ON . I Saturday, 19th July, I FOR 13 DAYS ONLY. Don't niies this Golden Opportunity to purchase your ? ? ? Drapery, Clothing, Boots, etc., etc., At such extraordinary LOW PRICES. -@a i, ? — — ? ? ? ? ? — ? Figures are round numbers. See oar SALE PRICES, they -nill make you WEEP FOR JOY. „ WE AVILL OFFER SPECIAL LINES EACH DAY. * PONT MISS THESE PLUMS All goods sold at Sale Prices will be for Cash Only, and N6 Goods sold at tic reduced prices -will be taken back or exchanged. T. D. OXLEY and Co. GIBSON AND CONTANV. * Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. N OTICE is hereby given that . All Accounts Owing to the undermentioned MUST BE PAIR on or before \* Saturday, 23rd inst, it otherwise Legal Proceedings will be instituted. Dated at McPhail this Twelvth day of August, 1902. H. PEAKS, Buteher, McPliail. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A GBAND GALA DAY, under the auspices of the PEAK HI LL...

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

KADINA. (From otju own Correspos'dent.) Things at present do not look very promising foi- a good harvest. Upon looking through the many areas of cultivation, I find that in nine cases out. of ten, only a portion of the seed has come up. This needs a good down pour to bring it on. Nearly all selec tors are feeding stock upon oak and other scrub, as the price of fodder is enormous. It is really marvellous how the sheep exist at all. Everywhere dotted you will find the pelt of a victim fallen through starvation. This is heartrending to the selectors, and some of them are at their wits end to know - what to do. The losses of sheep ' in this district are very great. All lambs either died or were killed to save the ewes. Mr. H. A. Job, preached a farewell sermon at Kadina-on Sunday 3rd inst., in the' Wesleyan Church. This gentleman is going to England to study, in order to take up mission work. During the last woek tho local school was paid its annual visit from Mr. P. Connelly, jjnapecto...

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

. WILFUL MURDER. The inquest on the body of Constable Guilfoyle has been concluded. The jury returned a verdict of wilful murder against some person unknown.

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A Wonderful Sight. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

A Wonderful Sight. It is diflicult to understand fully tho terrible turmoil of battle aud the awful havoc of war, without some per sonal experience of campaigning. Pictures and illustrations give a very fair idea, but when the artistic work is combined, with actual objects from the battlefield, ^cs in the case of the cyclo rama, a marvellously true present ment is obtained. Tho Sydney cyclo rama company has lately taken down tho scene of Jorusulem, and replaced it with that of tho Battlo of Gettysburg-. Tliis has been erected with such artis tic ability that, the oulooker cannot toll where the real objects r»inl and the picture begin?. It is this splendid artistic effect which gives to the Battlo of Gettysburg that realism and uiakos it a thing of life. To us in Australia to-day, a scene like this speak6 with stirring interest, for by it we cau under stand something of what our own brave boys have experienced in fight ing for our empire. Any of our readers going to tho city will fin...

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PRESENTATION of MEDALS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

PRESENTATION of MEDALS The King presented the Pre mier's with Gold Coronation Medals.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

At Burwood Police Coui-t last weok, Philip -Rodman, a publican, was. charged with selling a glass of beer to an old age pensioner, and was fined £5, with 9s 2d costs, or two months mprisonnicnt.

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

COLONIAL TEOOPS. The King feviewed the Colo nial Troops, and in a subsequent address he said he would never forget the assistance they had rendered the mother country. Botha, DeWet, andDeLaRay will be received by the King to morrow [Saturday].

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

Biliary Calcaill (GALL STONES) CUUED J3Y SUFFERED MOPE OR LESS FliOM 1883 TO 1307. To Mb. S. A. PALMER, Dear Sir, — It is v.ith vory great pleasure I testily to 1lio inestimable value of 'Webber's Great Herbal Re medy, VITADAT10. In 1888 I hud a severe attack of gall stones aiiJ congestion of thy liver, which confined me to my bed fojj^cmie Vimc. The doctor who attended s;iid J would never be thoroucrb.lv cured : hut I used to fool well between the attacks which recurred vory ofton — sometimes two attacks in one week. In th« yi»sr 1 902 I was very ill with, my long standing trouble, and had another medical man, and he told mo that gall stones could only be cured by opera tion, -wiiicn 1 would notconpenl to. tn February 1 897, I received r. letter from my sister in Duncdin, New Zealand, tolling nw of tlie wonderful cuivs YITA1UTI0 had effect-id there, and urging mo to take a course of this medicine. As soon :-s I. knew YITA DATIO was obtainable in tho colony, m-ling upon the advice o...

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KEMBLA DISASTER FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

KEMBLA DISASTER FUND. A collection will be made in the streets of Sydney on Satur day week for the Mt. Kembla Fund. The Public Fund has reached two thousand, pounds. - - -

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

ANOTHER Troublesome Liver. The Cn.»» of Mr.W.O. NASH. (nis own accocst.) Thero is not an occupation which calls into action more stamina and physical rtreiigth than that of a blacksmith. Froir * standpoint of muscular development, tnk n^ llicm as a both1, tlio men engaged in the .miustiy Diijjjt'OjjcJ mo mojk'is of niauly proiioitioiiB. Mr. William Charles Nash, oi tfo. 17 South street, Kushcutlcr's Bsy, axries on a blacksmith's business in Cast!'' reagh-streot, near Himtei-strect, Svdiiej ivlusru lhe writer v.'as recently despatched ?x? ir.aka a foiv enquiries. 'i'ho pressc-.au t'or.n;] the proprietor in iho art of wdilir.j; into shape some footwear for n Kplumii;! uiiiti'il, who was «vttc!iing tha praecL'-iir.;:s ivith an nir of timidity. ' Nov.' thai J have a little lime to spare,' -ai-l Mr. X.is'1., ' I will gladly answer yjui questions.' ' Wh-vl was the nature of your illncBE V ' Tor over two yeaib I suii'r.ed from do '?ari^cinint ofthe liver, uciiplcl with i1!b ii'ilor of the ...

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WOMAN'S FRANCHISE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 August 1902

WOMAN'S FEANCHISE BILL. The Legislative Council pas sed the second reading of the Woman's Franchise Bill, after rejecting a motion to submit the Bill to a referendum.

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