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FODDER DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

FODDER DUTIES..: Sir John. See has urged the Premiers, of the other States to conbiae in petitioning the Fed eral Government to remit the Fodder Duties. Irvine, the Premier of Victoria, . declines, whjle Philips, Queensland Prime Minister, declares that it is use less to' ask for anything.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

Mail Arrangements. : Daily from and to Sydney. Dispatch For:— Sydney, via Parkers, Aleetown Mingelo, on ^Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday's of each week at ft 30. a.m. For Dubbo, McPhail Tomingley, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8. a.m. For Sydney, via Narromine, Tomingley McPhail, on Mondays Wednesdays, and -Fridays at 7. 45 a.m. , ? ? Arrivals from 'Sydney, via Parkes . Mondays, Wednesday**, and Fridays, at 4. 30. p.m. Via. Narromine on Tuesdays Thurs days, and Saturdays alt 5. p.m. From Dubbo on Monday, Wedne6 days, and T?iida3Ts, at 5. 45. p.m.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. TED LOCAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

Editorial Notes. THD LOCAL CEMETERY. It is our painful duty to bring under the notice of the residents, the most unfntisfactoiy state of affairs existing at the local cemetery. From day to day horses in great numbers inav be seen depasturing there, and it would appear as though the whole of this consecrated spot had been transformed into a grazing paddock. One may easily judge the feelings of a bereaved one to find that horses and other stock are allowed to trample unchecked,6ver the hallowed spots wherein some dear one is laid to rest until the resurrection morn.' The cemetery, as a whole, bears a most unkempt and ill-cared for appearance, owing most probably, to no funds being available wherewith *to make the necessary improvements. As, howevor, this is a work which most assuredly requires doing, we think that some steps should be taken in the matter, Out of respect for the feelings of the many mourners who have friends and relatives laid to rest in this ?' City of the dead,' we s...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOER GENERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

3OEE ^NEEAXS. , . The IJoer Generals n&w in Eiirope revived a great public welcome at Rotterdam.: . ??? '

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Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. CHAPTER II. HOWE'S—BRADY'S—BRITTON'S. MICHAEL HOWE ASD NIS GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

?'; Australian Btfehranglng Ef TriE . . Early Days. (By Coaiiles 'White.) ..CHA'PTER II. . - .'Tasmania* Gasg^ ; ? ^1Iowe'£— BnAuy'fi— BaiTrox'.'. *? - ? Michael TIowe asd nis Gang. They had not pronoede't far, how ever, when the bound loader suddenly exerted liis giant strength, snapped his bands, nnd.spraujy upon Watts, Etablring him in the bank with a dirk wnicu.Jiis captors naa overouuixvu m 'their -search. As Watts fell Howe ssized his gun and lirod nt Drown, shooting him daad.' Stvango to say he did not stay to complies his work on Watts, but loft him whore he had fallen, doubtloss .thinking that slow death would be a greater punishment. AVatts managed to roach the town, however, and give iaformatioui, after - wards being reaioved to Sydney, vrhoro lio diud of liis wounds. Onca more free, IIowo determined . to act for himself without trusting his liberty to companions ; but he spsnt a terrible time. The Governor added a second hundred pounds to tho first re ward, as well os a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MARKETS. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

THE MARKETS. ? SHEER. s a Merino Wethers, prime, to 20 0 „ ,, extrn, to 20 6 „ . „ good, to 1C 0 ., ,, medium, to 10 0 Crossbred wethers,, prime, to 24 0 - „ . „ extra, to 33 0 „ . „ \good, to 1G 0 „ .,, medium, to 11 6 Merino Ewes, Prime, to 14 C „ „ extra, to 20 0 „ „ good, to J 1 6 „ ' ,, medium, 8 0 Crossbred E^os, prime, to 18 0 „ „ extara, to 23 C „ „ good,- to 14 0 ., „ ?_ ,. medium, to 10 0 Lambs, prime, to . . 12 0 „ g°0-i to -? H 6 . ,.„ modinm ,-. 7 0 . WiiEAT^i/g.to 5/- busUel. .Fw)DE, £}6. ton. MiirrroBXjBiofti, £12. 10. Ch\1t, fr^iii £7. 10s ton. Luienie, £9. ICb ton. Oatek hat/ from, £9 ton. Oats, trom 3/9 bush. Muze, from 5/10 to tis bushel. Potatoes, from £7 15s ?' Oxioifs, ironi £7 5s . '- On, cake Jr«ni £9. IOs ton. Bahley, ioAJG bush. Beax, 1&8$& bush.' J PoLiLuuJ'^fs '8M bus3i.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

MISCELLANEOUS Dogs must 1)B registered not later tlian the fourteenth of October in each year. Close J?ca«on for Quail, from sixteenth of September to twenty third May, all over the colony. For all birds in part one, Sechedulc two, clectora district of Condoliolin, twenty first June to twenty first December.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

DRAPERY/MEN'S CLOTHHNG, BOOTS. ... ? ? / TTO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT INSPECTED THE STOCK AT ' .. ??' ' A. W, \ TAYLOR'S New Store at the Corner. We would call attention to the good value offered in all lines of Drapery, Men's Clothing, Millinery Boots and Shoes, etc., etc. A. W.Taylor's prices are fixed to suit the bad times. REMEMBErItHE STORE ON THE COBNER OF Caswell and Dugga Streets. CARHINGT0N .-. H0TEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. . '\T7'ISHE8 to notify ^lie Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he is carrying * T oh the above well-known Hostlery, and hopes to merit a fairshare of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, £RAT£D WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFAG1MR, DEEKIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. FOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR %TUBfl?T, FREEMAN'S jERATED WATERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punctually. J, W. LEES, ^Toiningley & MePhaiL You cannot do better than give him a trial. Everything kept in stock from a Needle ♦ 'fa an Anchor....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

CHIMrili r-: : or Collar Higb., -we can ' Collar ' you in Twenty different styles^ __ ? — ? \ , WE MATCE A SPECIALTY OF COLLARS, CUFFS, SHIRTS. WE mm TO BOLUB YOUR CUSTOM AND THAT OF YOUR SONS Even unto the third and fourth generation. Come and be collared riglij away at tonce. 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, UniTOrsal Providers, PEAK HILL. The Battle of Gettys burg. After a lapse of seven years, (lie manage ment of the Cyclorania decided to replace ' Jerusalem' by re-erecting- that maaterpiece of Cyolorama Art, the * 'Battle of Gettysburg' which caused bo much excitement hero Rome years ago. For the last four years, America and Europe hare been searched, for a scene fit to replace Jerusalem, and folknr 'Gettys- burg,' but nothing could bo found that would not suffer too much hy oomparason. A South African scene could not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant -v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS CRICKET. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

LATESTTELEGRAMS ?;'-T_': ;:{^;Wib^];.^;^; ?;?? ^;- ; ..... Sydney, Thursday. * . Augfreilia defeated .Gloucester My an^inniiigs ahd: 11 -runs. Jessop made 43. JECopfcins fand Armstrong took ino^t ^wickets.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

Biliousness, Indigestion, and Headache. A DISTRESSING COMBINATION WHICH SPEEDILY SUCCUMBS TO BILE BEANS. Biliousness, Indigestion, nnd Head ache, a distressing combination. All tho outcomo of the misdirection of the bile. The liver is at fault ond needs correcting. No better medicino for this purpose than Bile Beans for Bili ousness. Thousands have proved this fact. Here is one : Mr. Ernest Knight, a blacksmith, residing at High-street, W. Maitlnud, says : — ' For some time past I had been acontinual sufferer from Bilious ness, Indigestion, and Headache, the biliousness caused me the most annoy ance, and which, brought on other troubles. I experienced a fullness after eating, pains in thb back, side and legs, and also in the abdomen, which ended in my system becoming completely debilitated. I consulted doctors without gaining airy material benefit, and altogether I was in an unenviable state when Bile Beans were recommended to me. I started on a course and found the first few doses ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Birthday Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

Birthday Party. A most enjoyable evening was spent by the friends of Miss Bertha Morris, at. Murrell's-iHall,' on Wednesday ?evening last. It was die occasion of Miss Bertha Morris' 21st Birthday, and her pupils, and many well-wishers embraced the opportunity oi enowing in some degree, their appreciation of her services. Miss Morns is undoubt edly worthy of all the praise bestowed upon her. In all charitable functions she has not only been willing to assist in every- possible way, but on innumer able occasions has bees called upon to sacrifice much of her .pleasure time in order to play at various entertainments. . This she has always done gratuitously. Dancing, interspersed with~games, was kept going until midnight. The Misses Weit, Veitch (2), Lucy Swain, and L. . McAuEffe, rendered musical items. Miss Millgate also favored the Company with a recitation. ... . ,..it: All arrangements 'were, carried out hy Mrs. Yeitch, who had .with a numr ber of children previously decorated the h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUSTICES OF PEACE- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

JUSTICES OF PEACE Messrs. J. D. Mackay, T. D. Oxley, J. Matthews, H. N. Gibson, and J. A. Bainber. POLICE MAGISTRATE E. A. L. Sliarpo, -risita from Forbes, on Friday after first Wednesday in each month* POST AND TELEGRAPH MASTER 'Watdan's Clerk and Mining Repstrar, Electoral Register-J. Campeyi POLICE Ofiicer in chai^je' of police. Acting C.P.S. Inspector of daughter houses, Warden's Bailiff, George Brayne, Sergt. LOCKUPKEEPER P. J. Wynne, Constable. SMALL DEBTS BAILIFF E. 3. H. Williams

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Information. RAILWAY LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

Local Information. RAILWAY LEAGUE A. Miles, Secretary. FARMER'S AND SETTLER'S ASSOCIA TION. A. Miles, Secrctaiy. P. A. &M. ASSOCIATION. F. Keane, Secretary. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, PEAK HILL. MAYOR- a Mr. J. Matthews. COUNCIL CLERK W. B. Wyane. : . TRUSTEES CLERK W: 3J. Wynne. ' ALDERMEN- ' Gibson, Kennedy, Swain, Ring, Davey, Hand, Lit=li£old and T. Hand. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

DISTRICT. POSTAL ARRAN£E . -,: -. 'MENTB. .'?;?'?. '.' (To the Editor Peak SiUExspreh.J Sir, — While I am fully in accord' with what you write in youx, article, under the above heading, of -the 15th inst. I contend that what wo require is a change of mails, so that all those t.o t.lip vrfiKt of P«nlr TTill. should e-fit their mails through this place instead of via Coradgery. Allowing that the Government do not feel disposed to run two services, why not have1 the Parkes service discontinued at Cora dgery, and the mails . for Q-enanagie, Wilga, Bullock Creek, &c, sent through *Poak^ Hill ? The distance from Coradgery to Genanagie is ap proximately the same as from Peak Hill to Genanagie. Thus the route would be made no longer, and the cost would be no greater,' while Peak Hill would be in a position to acquire its undoubted birthright by claiming the business in the western portion of the district. Trustingthatthemattermay be taken up by the townspeople, and thanking you for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

Original Correspondence [While our eolumnenre at all: timea open -for : the publication of matter calculated to'le oi interest to our readers, ire do not ne cessarily identify .-.-oursolveB . 'vriiii _the - ? opimonB expressed under this heading.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YEOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

YEOVAL. (From ora avrs Qperespojojest.) One would scarcely think of hard times and drought, at the small town ship of Yeoval, since the local Brass Band has commenced practice. The Bandmaster, (Mr. Kennerson) came troafprrlntr frnm 'Rncrnwrft to ' frivn Iiib pupils their first lesson. I jun afraid (although -I should be very sorry to dishearten our amateurs), that some timo will elapse before the Yeoval Brass Band will appear in a contest, or even turn out a few professional players. The local public school has for some time been without a teacher, but this woek Mr. Roberson, late of Gulgulen dah half-time school, has been ap pointed. A very pleasant evening -was spent on Monday, when the Misses Gibsons entertained, a number ,pf friends at a social, where some eight 'or ten couples assembled, and dancing was kept going at a brisk pace until about one o'clock on Tuesday morning. The social was tendered as a farewell to Miss L. C. Delaney, who for some time has been a visitor ;to Yeov...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PRORIETARY MINE. (To the Editor Teak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 August 1902

THE PRORIETARY MINE. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir, — Will you kindly allow me a little space to reply to what, I and many others, regardas an unjustifiable and hostile attack made ' by you on the Peak Hill Proprietary Mine in vnnr minine1 it,f-m for thn lfith .Tiilv issue of your paper. It is customary and courteous now-a-days, in the ranks of . journalism to publish replies in the columns of the papers that have criti cised, and I fully rely on your being up-to-date in this respect, for the in sertion oi my repiy w your strictures. After speaking in a generally defama tory way of the mine you state that for £he past six years very little ap pears to have been done. When I inform you that during that period a sum approximately £30000, has been expended on the workings, nearly the whole of which was paid in wages, You will perhaps be inclined to admit that your statement is baseless and unfair, and that your information was obtained from parties interested only in disparagi...

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