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

IT. D. Oxley & Go's., i;; GREAT CLEARING SALE, ife'*' COMMENCES ON i^Satnrdayv x^tli ''July* I FOR 13 DAYS ONLY. W Duritt miss this Goldon Opportunity to purchase your » * I Drapery, Clothing, Boots, etc., etc., M* . . At such extraordinary LOW PEICES. =©e ^^^bigures are round iiuinbers. See our SALE PRICES, ^^K ' they will make you WEEP FOP* JOY. ^^H WE WILL OFFER SPECIAL LINES EACH DAY. Wpf T MISS THESE PLUMS m/j^' All goods sold at Sale Prices will be for Cash Only, B ; -and No GrOOdS sold at the reduced prices will be taken back §%'',??; fe^'or exchanged. |'*r. la. OXLEY and- Co. ||- For Sale. ?? B** EENTWOOD HO HESTBAD SELECTION, Imbbb Road, 2 |; miles from PeakHM, 388 acres. Also p 500 (more or loss) hoggets. If Price and terms on application to m' . Jv A. BAMBEE, ft ' Peak Hill. W: ? ? ? — I Public Notice. W' ? ~V%7~E ti'3 undorsignea beg to notify tho m'\ TT PuUio.that after tins date the price ife of timber ?will be as follows : W 11s 6d per 100 feet, Sawn ; I 15s6d...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Russian View of the German Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

A Russian View of the - German Soldier. A Russian military export, writing iriV ? tho Aiww Vremi/a, soys that tho prin- '.^ cipnl qualities of the Gorman soldier are boundless arrogance and unlimited ., confidence in liin own prowess. Tho Goruuin soldier is trained to regnxvl , -.% himself as superior to any other soldier in the world, a system which induce* a ' V dangerous tendency to under-csnmate . the strength of an enemy. Ho is not . -1 .without goodqunlitios, but his tenacity ,~~-\ of purpose and staying powers are :-i weak. Ho 16 a lighting machine, . ? A utterly without initintiv-j, and would '??! be helpless if rpquii'od to act on hia . ^ own judgment in -a position of fljffi- ^ culty. He has to be fo*d and pampered ' -''j in n comparatiroly luxurious .'way in . ~A order to bo kept in fit condition, and ' ''M it iB more than doubtful that he would .-wi-l bo able ..Jto.,. stand the hardships 'of a ; :-J long campaign. Tho article states in ; '' conalusion tlmt tlie German ar...

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

POTTTCDKEEPER J. Farquhai'son. HOSPITAL Mati-on-Kume Bright. Medical Officer, Dr. MatCarUiy, Secrotaiyj W. B. Wynne. CHUBCHES Cliurrli of England-Rov. J. H. S. Oldliam, Roman Catholic, Weslcyaii, Presbyterian, visits from pavkefi.

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

Wm^^^^^^^M f !JB6man CatiiolicT OhuychrlJfiBtB hd& in ^ii% last. ,»4Ee.p;W4J|shij- tlie.Mayor. ^ preisidfed. ^^Chere'iirais ,a4 large *tten ^ ???' -t* dance, and ihe items, taken asawhole,' |!' '.- were rendered :in. really 'ifirst-elass. % ? . style, in tlie early part ot tne enter-;i * . tainment the stage Kore a very prel^j ??-?s- and attractive ? appearatLce. —It hii-l3 : previously been decorated with. fladB^ ete., which, in con junction, .-with the « many fair ladies, clad inw pretty _at$M&;i viko adorned 'it, helped' to give s^;%' very pretty aspect. ' , .; 4, An energetic committee, chief among -whom wete Messrs. Fitzgerald, Oxley,. Wynne, and Souter, kept: mattera go ing, and no tinnecessary-Selay occurred between items. The accompanists were Miss Swain and Messrs. Lang and Fitzgerald, all of whom, acquitted themselves TSrith distinction. Inter spersed throughout the programme was a minstrel display, which- was re sponsible for roars of laughter from the aud...

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

JUSTICES OF TEACE McaKrs. J. T). JIa/:tiiy, T. D. Oxley, -T. Matthews, H. N. Gibson, and J. A. Bumber. POLICE MAGISTRATE IS. A. Ij. Sharae, \Hsit3 from Forbes, on Friday after first Weduesday in each month. POST AND TELEGRAPH MASTER W.-irdsnV C'erl: nqd Miuin(j RcgLstrav, Elootoral Regibter-J'. Campcy. POLICE OiTicor in cliarge of j-olioc. Acting C.P.S. Inspector of slaughter houses, Warden 8 Bailiff, George Brayne, Sergt. LOCKUPKEEPER P. J. 'Wynne, Conrlablc. SMALL DEBTS BAILIFF R. 3. Lainrock.

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

It isn't a have. FACT! -{S3 ? M!™™. free i b| trousers for nothikq. TOIllsfti 3oEv«rjr¥uchu»rofeni«f«iir MlllMM hand-made liH ^42s.^S tfttllnl SUITS TO MEASURE iftH Wa WesukearrnOUtofaSMlsliiiii Kill »m lbAe-U-XunnP(ir*f Snuni. nil Kill Forwanlrfl'ree per Parcel Fort. till ilB BE«TM»rEmM.»NDWOPIl»»H»HIP. W^ffll Senft ibr F&ttenii u& flttjiU ,. T^ I FRANK^MITH 264-260 Pmwjmmtta'Rmd, tiieMiMMf, Svwit.

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

SCHOOLS- ''? ' !: TSr. J. Eay, Head Teacher ; Mr. Hewitt, - Uaistant Teacher. . . ... ? Convent Sohool, Sisters of Mercy. * '-

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

CORONER H. N. Gibson. J.P. MASONIC LODGE C. Murray, McPhail, Secretary: ODDFELLOWS LODGE J. Tuckwell, Secretary. IRISH N. FORESTERS H. Komiedy, Seca'etary. ? BUFFS LODGE J. MuAskill, Secretary. TENNIS CLUB T. Jackson, Seerefairy. LEAGUE OF wnEELMAN A. G. Stoncroan, Seoretai-y. SCHOOL OF AETS. A. MiloB, SeeroWry. .

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

HcPfiAZL.' (Fjeoji Otra Omy Coebesfokdent.) The mine closed down on Wednes day hist for the usual half-yearly over haul of machinery, boilers, etc., which is expected to 'be completed to admit of a fresh start being made about. Tuesday next. Most of the surface hands are employed doing the neces- ,, eary work. ' MoPhail can boast of an excellent Brass Band, which, however, frives the residents. but a poor opportunity of listening to its talents. Tf they could see their way to give us an occasional treat, I am sure it would be greatly appreciated- ' . * Jack Crane has added the art of y amateur photography to his many oilier accomplishments, and has suc ceeded in photographing nearly all * ' the most prominent citizens. ' He is^ turning out first-class work. . I have as^yet 6een none, but am induced to make this assertion because he fold me so. He was nearly being an ajac- ''??? tioneer once, and an auctioneer always speaks the. truth. . ? A great number of our young fel lows just bu...

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

GAZETTE NOTICES. The undermentioned Mineral Leases have been cancelled as per : Government 'Gazette' July 1 5th. 1902. W. Cross, portion No 3; county Narroinine, . Parish Mingelo, area 20 acres, application No. Peak Hill 11. J. Eobertson, and others, portion No. 1 county Kennedy, parish Tabratong, area 25 acres, application No. Peak Hill 5. i. .-, : IMPOUNDINGS. - . At Peak Hill, one bay mare, etar, off fore foot bumble, JBF near shoulder, ZC off shoulder. 'Wet Paint' we often see about, And wisely keep our distance ; Advice like this is good no doubt, And valuable assistance, But there'eonethingmorepreciouBstill Of that you can make sure, . . By driving off your cough or chill With Woods' -3Teat Peppermint Cure.

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

THOMAS PEAftCE, SOLICITOR, t P ARIES. COMMISSIONER FOR AFFIDAVITS. H. J.SANDERS. AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COM MISSION AGENT. RENTS COLLECTED & PROPER- '' TIES WELL LOOKED AFTER. Pbompi Statements Ekkdeeeb. Auction Sales Conducted* in any Part of Town or . District* .. '^-. \ FURISTTTURE & GLASSWARE, NEW & SECOND HAND ALWAYS ON SALE. Agents for SeoUish Union and National Insurance Company, also tlio Caledonian „ Insurance Company, both Companya pay' losses by Fire promptly. .????- . , ? H. J#. SANDERS. ^ AUCTIONEER Etc. ' ?*, CLARINDA-ST. PARKES:, ..-.- REMARKABLE OFFER! 1 ^ A Splendidly Finished, Hand-nude, Superler ? ?* v Tweed or Serge SUIT TO MEASURE .\ Sent,C»rrUneF«ldto»riy-ddre«-n»A^ftr^ ?- .,-.- _' jT^est Stylol 42 j- |5§53'| %! Write tor Hew .Winter t-»tt*rns, mailed free irfW ''.' }i Catalogue and simple Selt-ineMiiMinent Formi IB ^ ' ... FRANitsMntt^- ' ;?;, j, %) 254-2B0Pamunutta Rd., tJUchhawfltg , .' . - .'.-j '. . sv»anev. . . ..????:..-;.? ...

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

' «r Cellar H&ii* *sre Cfln'« Cf&aF' '^^fiiSiB ' *» 'Tweiity differeat styles. -X -, --f '^^B^B WE WANT TO COLLAR YOUfi CUSTOM ^0 THAT OF YflURSO^/ ^^ Even unto the third arid Jfow-fo generation. ^?^^'^d^e^^^^j^F^^i'^^'i^^^B away aFbnc'e. And at ihe pricefi vrajcan |d£E-H'ypfi 'it ;f SiSfliuotSr- 'r''' ??££**?*' '.^j/;:V, ^J^M cheaper to buy nevr article,8 JWmte'eaeb tiine IJuan/'v *^':: ^ ???:?l^%'4EsilM^H - fcuytWiaundiT. ' ;-, ' ??^'~:r^^:'i^^MMg^U ?? ,? . — -?? ?.?:.*-?-. '- .-.. ?,-? ??-????'-.^?^'-^^^^^??B ? ' Universal Proiritiers^^AK mLL.v^ t ^S^WH ? ? — ? — — — : ' ?v:v'4-y^Si|^B The Drought is -\rery seye^e^^^lll Water is scarce,^ \-r '.,.:;? ,^£WSm And Tallow is scarcer; '*??' ^| But we shall not deviate from the genuine thing for our ; 1 ^^ MARK. jd? * 't Although the temptation to lower the quality is great Our strength is as the strength' 'of .ten, because our Soap is pure. Of course the price is higher than that of the diluted article, but it is not ?-...

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

The Weather. Some 63 points of tain have fallen at Peak^Sll since Sunday -week last. N FoeecastsV ' Wragge forecasts further rain to the s6uth-6ast/ Fine and frosty inland.

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

SPORTING NOTES. (By Critic.) The Tomingley Tennis Club opened its season on the 6th instant, with' a friendly match against the Peak Hill Club at Tomingley. The Courts had been thoroughly renovated' and played well, and the game — although an easy win for the visitors — was very enjoy able, and some good play was wit nessed. I strongly advise the young club to go in for covered balls from the start, they last well and make a more enjoyable game Jack McAskill captained Peak Hill, and J. Eeilly the home team. The following ^.are. the results of the play: Doubles. McAskill and Freeman (Peak Hill) beat J^ Reilly and T. Golding, 6-5. Stephens and Jackson (Peak Hill) beat P. Paton and C. Eeilly, 6-0. W. Gibson and J. Gibson (Peak Hill) beat Davis and H. Paton, 6-4. Gibson and Gibson boat J. Eeilly and Golding, C-3. . . Stephens and Jackson beat Davis and Paton, 6-2. P. Paton and C. Eeilly beat McAskill nnd Freeman, 6-3. McAskill and Freeman beat Davis and H. Paton, 6-4. Stephens and Jacks...

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

PARKES. Duei\g the week we have been fa voured by the best, rainfall we liavo had this year. On Sunday night a few light showers heralded the approach of the much-needed moisture. Early on Monday morning a heavy fall occurred u-iiu. bmuu^iiuuL uiufc utiy guuu. sumjiiuj£ showers fell. Up ? to nine o'clock on Tuesday morning 62 points were re corded dt the local Post Office. Ten mora points were added by the same hour on Wednesday morning, and' as we write there is every indication of further heavy showers. At Bogan Gate nearly an inch fell. At Corad gtry 82 points were registered, and at Buinbury nearly two iuches. It is safe to say that fully an inch has fallen in the Parkes sub-districts. During the Quarter Sessions at «Vivr\Oft Aff TT \\ Pulvfli' n-rio c*r*YNT*n in as a Justice of the Peace by Judge Docker. Mr. W. T. Nicholson, in charge of the local Lands Office and C.P.S., in forms us that tho revenue for the quarter ending 30th Juno was as fol lows : Land, £4892 10s. lOd ; C.P....

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

MINING. Mining matters at Peak Hill are, as usual, &t a very low ebb. Practically nothing is doing. The Proprietary is putting in a cross-cut at the' 700ft. level. It is new country, and there is just a possibility that something may be struck. Prospects so far, however, are not nromisine1. There are some 25 men employed. Some time ago this mine was reported for the nonful fihnent of labor conditions, matters in connection with which have not yet been adjusted. Since the amalgama tion with, the Wythe8 and Mooney, the labor regulations have been. ma- terially increased, and' as the men at present employed are being kept on at a slights disadvantage to the share holders, the directors find it impos sible, in the absence of water with which to start the furnace, to comply with the regulations in this respect. If the present company are unable to carry on the mine according to re quirements, it seems unfair in every way that they should lie allowed to hold same to the total excl...

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

™^^^if~z^^^Yn^^i^i^^Bi^^^^lT^^3i^SH wmsmmmm. [?] 'i.H3E louo^jng^ana was take^|Bp ^ the local Lw^. P^-* op 'Thursd^ last : A. J. Mavis, 190 icres^p;, _Sip' acres c;l., iparish Dmway,^unty=pf Gordon. '? / ?-'' ??'?y;'''-^.#J|fV ?;?;':??? Eecej^fly, Mr. J. Hayae^I;^, ? ..m7, f oi-med a' . WeUingforif MajpfStiaat the Public Worte ConimtttxMifwould enter upon 'the Werris^-3reeUia-ail\ray con nection enquiry dming this-S^ek.- It is now reported, on tiie authority of Mr. Tliillips, M.P., that iiie.date- for com meuciiigvthe enquiry has not yet been fixed. ? . ; Some excitement was caused in Mac quarie Street on Thursday evanirig by a horse attached to a:buggy belonging to Mi\ A. Jacobs bolting. The animal' galloped down Mapquario Street, up Talbragar Street, ; and. down t)arlin^ Street. It had several narrow escapes, but ultimately stopped at its owner's The net proceeds 6J: tho -recent con cert in aid of the funds of tho Church of England Cricket Club amounted to £9 3s 3d. ' ._,'. , Ther...

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PEAK HILL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 18 July 1902

PEAK HILL CO WCIli The usual fortnightly meeting of the Peak Will Council, was held at the: Chambers on Tuesday evening hist.. Present ':— The Mayor .(Alderman Matthews) Aldermen Litchfield, Gibson Hand, Kennedy, Eing Swain,' Da vey, and the Council Clerk, ' Mr. W. B. Wynne. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read 'and confirmed. CoEIlESrONDENOE. To the Department of Publib Works, re grant for carrying out improve ments to the Government paddock by day labour, .-»? ' . ' _, To P. J. Clara, re proposed weir in Bogan, and thanking him for his efforts on behalf of the Council. To Mr. Blunt of Proprietary Mine — re water supply. From Department of Lands, . Sydney ' re Gazette notice touching withdrawal of road. From Deputy Postmaster General intimating that the Council's request to have Peak TTili included in the Goyerment weather reports could not be complied with. . Telegram from P. J. Clara advising that the money required for improve ments to the Government paddock would be a...

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

V' ilOLONG. ' WE*nre uow waiting£to see whom the Governor will appoints Giiairaiaa of tlie Molong Babbit Board. Molong registered 80 points of rain .for Sunday and Monday's^fall, Cudal 63. €argo*98, and Cumnock 55. At Canowindra 113 points of rain were Molong Stock Board has decided to sue for all amounts of outstanding assessment, without respect to persons. On Thursday evening, 10th instant, a wedding was celebrated at St. John's Church; Molong, between Mr. H. J. ndud«&»%o&--paVents and-ist*i's*^r; ilie btide^- V-ho wai nearly Attired 4nV wedding costume and bridal array Rev. J. Alldis ofRciatod. ' '

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

NAEEOMINE. Ox Monday afternoon a storm passed over the town, and a heavy shower of rain fell On Tuesday night a few light showers fell, find it commenced to rain again oil Wedncsdny night and continued steadily for two or throe hours. Up till Thursday morning ;'-5 points had boen registered. The local rainfall for the past four months , has been as follows : April, 3 points ; May, 10 ; June, SG ; July, 55. Mi-. T. Miller loft for Sydney on Tuesday to represent the Western Dis trict Millers' Association at tha con fovn-npo nf timlinr ..'.ssonintions in Sydney. At the Sydney rani 6ales last week, Mr. John Kearney, of Farrandale, pur chased one of the famous Gibson (Tas mania) rams. Th.3 price paid was £58, and competent judges say tliat the animal is worth nearly double the monev. Mr' Charles duff, of Eoodview, Bo gan llpad, will apply at the next Dubbo Licensing Court for a condi tional publican's license for premises to be prectod at liis place. It is not o&en one hears of a...

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