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Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

Mail Arrangements. Daily from and to Sydney. Dispatch For: — Sydney, via Parkers, Alectovm Mingelo, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday's of each jreek at 8. 30. a.m. For Dubbo, McPhail Toiningley, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8. a.m. For Sydney, via Narromine, Toiningley McPhoiL on Mondays Wednesdays, and Fridays at 7. 45 a.m. Arrivals from Sydney, via Parkes Mondays, Wednesdays, and- Fridays, at 4. 30. p.m. Vjjp. Nan-omine on Tuesdays Thurs days, and Saturdays at 5. p.m. From Dubbo on Monday, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 5. 45. p.m.*

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MISCELLANEOUS- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

MISCELLANEOUS Dogs must be registered not later than tho fourteenth of October in each year. Close season for Quail, from sixteenth of September to twenty third May, all over the colony. -* . ., ... For all birds in part one, Sechedule two, electora district of Condobolin, twenty first June to twenty first December.

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SCHOOLS- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

SCHOOLS Mr. J. Ray, Head Teacher ; Mr. Heivitt, Assistant Teacher. Convent School, Sitters of Mercy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

fggco ^ ) |O j-f-i Jjgj _ I h srSI^S*- ????{ *** ? - \ co s' § t - n* *a 3 'ft b \ ' } -D O o « GO } \Z ?? % co .1.1 H / cu - €0 «£?? / I ^ ' I ) RICH. '-LI PP & SON, This is the name we wish you to re* ' member when thinking of buying a Piano LIPP PIANOS Have been well and favourably known in this Country for the last thirty years, and are now the most POPULAR PIANOS . in Australia. They are ackriowleJdlg^d . to be the Best and Cheapest Pianos at the Price. They are noted for Purity and Sweetness of Tone. Perfect Mechanism and Superior Workmanship* Unsurpassable Strength of Construction. Highest Awards obtained wherever exhibited UNIVERSAL FAVORITES. Sole Agents for Australasia : W, H. PALING & CO., Limited, 338 GEORCE STREET, SYDNEY. : Dr.WMJGH'S ] iBAKflG POWDEfU t Wantfe's Baling Pewder, ; T Sold cvery''!-eir; f Always all theft. jL Wa« ff'z's best of .-ill, ^ Others lo the wall; '( \h arlvis-d, try it, v5 You'll ne v or desiy it. jT C-005. -jaybc SC2H8J I IBotts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

.-ANOTHER OBSTilATi Another Effectual Cura Th* Cnae of Mr. E. TUCKER. (f, SPECIAL REPORT.) Tn consequence of information received, a reporter interviewed Mr. Kdn-in TucUcr, ol No. 108 Wilson -street, Rcdfern. A cordial reception was exteudod to him, when a de »iie vraa expressed to let us know the follow ing facts : — ' It ia now fifteen years ago since my I'hyeical woIUbeing was upset for the first time in my life,' E. id Mr. Tucker. ' I was then living in Uonlbum, where many friends *f mine are still located . My Jiver asserted ?'-deniu.lilo proof that it was seriously de ,-nged, although I experienced moro auxiuty from attacks of palpitation of the heart, which I thonght was diseased. It was a common thing to be seized with sharp BpoBir.s in my left breast, the violence of which almost doubled me up in agony. These fits took away my brtatli for a while, Wving tie g.ispiug and in an exhausted condition, 'i observed great care in regard to food, evoiything that 1 ate and drank beii...

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Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. CHAPTER II TASMANIAN GANGS: BRADY'S GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

Australian Bushranging ? . . vii;f*'' ' ? ? \'- in the ;? - ,: $3y,Ghabi,es White.) CSAPTERH. TjisitAinAN Gangs : BRADY'S GANG. On. one occasion they yrere near Oat iands, and were- recognised by a lad attached to a settler's fnrm. Brady learnt from him there were at that moment a number of soldiers in a hut nonr ''Rut, novm mind.' said the bov 'we'll beat 'em. Wait a bit — they are tired and hungry; I am getting their eupper; when they are feeding you rush them.' 'But the guns !' exclaimed the loader. . 'Oh, they are all right in the corner of the nut,' replied the boy : 'all you have to do is to come softly along when they are at cupper, lay hold of the pieces, and the work is done.' It was dusk when the traitorous coqfc carried in the chops and tea. Suddenly a noise was heard at the door; the soldiers looked round, to find they were each covered with a loaded muskot. The robbers tied them up, robbed the house, and departed, Brady taking with him the lad, who wanted to join the ga...

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CORONER- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

* CORONER H. N. Gibson. J.P. MASONIC LODGE C. Murray, McPhail, Secretary. ODDFELLOWS LODGE J. TuckweU, Secretary. IRISH N. F0RESTERS H. Kennedy, Secretary. BUFFS LODGE J. McAsldll, Secretary. TENNIS CLUB T. Jackeon, Secretaiy. LEAGUE OFWHEELMAN A. G. Stoneman, Secretary. SCHOOL OF ARTS. A. Miles, Secretary.

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POUNDKEEPER- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

POUNDKEEPER J. Fcrquharsor. HOSPITAL Matron-Nurse Bright, Medical Officer, Dr. MacCarthy, Secretary, W. B. AVynne. CHUECHES Clmrch of England-Rev. J. H. S. Oldham, Roman Catholic, Wcsleyan, Presbyterian, visits from parkes.

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JUSTICES OF PEACE- [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

JUSTICES OF PEACE MeBsrs. J. D. Mactay, T. I-. Oxley, J. Matthews, H. N. Gibson, and J. A. Bambfer. POLICE MAGISTRATE IS. A. L. Sharpe, visits from Forbes, on Friday after first Wednesday in each month. POST AND TELEGRAPH MASTER Wardsn's Clerk and Mining Registrar, Electoral Register- J. Campey. POLICE Officer in charge of police, Acting' C.P.S. Inspector of slaughter houses, Warden's Bailiff, George Brayne, Sergt. ' LOCKUPKEEPER P. 3. ?Wynne, Constable. SMALL DEBTS BAILOT? E. J. H. Williams.

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Local Information. RAILWAY LEAGUE, [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

Local Information. BAUJwAy LEAGH7E, A. Miles, Seofttary. FAEMER'S AKD SETTLER'S ASSOCIA TION. A. Miles, Secretarr. P. A. * H. ASSOCIATION. F. Keane, Secretary. MUNICIPAL CGTJNCIL, PEAK HILL. MAYOB- : Mr. J. Matthews. COUNCIL CLEEK W. B. Wynne. ?TRUSTEES CLEBK W. B*Wynne. ALDERMEN GibEor, Kennedy, Swain, Ring, Davey, Hand, Litchfield and T. Hand. / ?

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THE MARKETS. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

THE MARKETS. SHEEP. s d Merino Wethers, prime, to 21 0 ,, ,, extra, to 26 6 D D good, to 17 6 „ „? medium, to 12 0 Crossbred wethers, prime, to 28 0 „ ,, - extra, to 23 6 ,, „ i' good, to 18 C ., ' ,, 'inecium, to 12 6 Merino Ewes, Prime, to 15 6 „ ' „ extra, to 19 0 „ ,, good, to 13 0 „ ?„?'? medium, 9 6 Crossbred Ewos, prime, to 22 0 „ „ extra, to 28 0 „ ,, « good, to 10 0 „ ,. Thediuin, to 12 0 Lambs, pi-imo, to . . 22 0 „ good to . . 16 0 ,, medium . . 12 0 Wheat, 5/- bushel. Flour, £10. ton. Manitoba flour, £12. 10. Chaff, from £8. 0s ton. Lucerne,' £10. 0s ton. Oaten hay, from, £9 12s Gdton. Oats, from 3/1 1 bush. Make, from 5/10 to 6s bushel. Potatoe3, from .£7 10s Oxiojts, from £8 6s Oil cake from £10. Os ton. Bahley, to 4/6 bush. Brax, Is 8Ad bush. Pollaud, Is 8M bush. WOOL. , Winchcombe Carson & Co. Ltd., report rather more activity in the local wool market during tho past week. Lonsiderable quantities of local fell mongered wool have changed hands at rates which a...

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Australia as a Sporting Nation. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

Australians a Sporting Nation. It may safely he conceded that Aus tralia is the greatest Sporting Nation of the world. There are few branches of sport Australians do not excel, and in every corner of the earth Aus tralian contestants are met with, who are always ready to demonstrate that their Nation is not lacking in vim, nerve, and muscle, wluen attributes constitute the successful athlete. But while we are so ably represented in the field of 6port, there are many amongst us who aro entirely debarred from fol lowing athletic pursuits. Australians have an extremely enervating climate to contend with, and, their, dietary habits also impose a severe tax upon tho system, with- -the result that the liver, stomach, and digestho organs aro overworked, and in consequence Biliousness, Indigestion, Constipation, and kindred ills are rampant. In such cases the liver and digestive organs require some assistance, in order that thoy may perform the extra duties put upon- them in a natural and w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

For Chronic Cliost Complaints Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. A nice selection of Fancy Goods is alwaye on view at Gibson Bros. Commandant De Wet is pressing Dr. Leyds for documentary proof of th 3 alleged promise of M. Deleasse, the French Foreign Minister, prior to ihs issue of the Boer ultimatum, ' to inter vene. Mr. A. J. TUes, clerk in charge of the Land Board Office, and Crown Land Agent at Orange, died on Friday night of pneumonia. - Your Old Friend - - BERT. WUNSCH, IS STILL WITH YOU. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. YOU CANNOT DO BETTER THAN GIVEHIM A TRIAL. Lowest Prices -:- Best Meat. ? '; Lan4 Agents^ «_«♦ 'Jj Stock, Station and General Commission |#| ? Agents* . :.. :.\ ?':?' '-:^i&§ LETTERS 'WRITTEN, FORMS FILLED IN, BOOKS ATJDITTED, &a. Kf§ Caswett Street, Pea0HUl. 5v' Si Us^ COERESPONDENCE IXYITED '^%;§ CHAS. JONES, ? ??? : -§ Builder, Undertaker, & Embalmer, f JOINER and CABINET-MAKER. ^ ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE AND JOINERY ON HAND OR MADE TO ORDER ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

or Collar Higli, we cam *.* Collar '♦» you in T^venty different styles. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ( GOIili^RS, GUFFS, SHIRTS. . --.-oi.;;,- ? : ? : ? ~ ? WE WANT TO COLLAR YOUR CUSTOM AND THAT OF YOUR SONS Even unto the third and fourth generation. Come and bo collared right away at once. And at tho 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. The Battle of Gettys burg. After a lapse of reveu years, llio monagc mcut of the Cycloraiun decided to replace ' Jerusalem' by re-orccting tliat masterpiece of Cyoloraina Art, the ' 'Battle of Gettysburg' TrhicJi caused ho Jiiucli excitement hore some years ago. For the lant four years, America and Europe have been searched, fora scene fit to replace Jerusalem, and follow 'Gettys- burg,' but nothing could be found that would not suffer too much by couvparason. A South African scene could not be had, a battle scene ?w&o w...

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Peak Hill Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

Peak Hill Bifle Club. A special meeting of the Committee of the above was held at Stafford's Hotel on Wednesday evening last, the 27tli inst. Present: Messrs. C. F. Stephens (chaiA C. H. Stephens. H. Stafford sen,, E. Bailey, C, Warmold. J. Free man, and J. E. Gibson (Sec.)! Correspondence from Mr. J. Hand, for unavoidable absence. The balance sheet, showing a credit balance of £3 16s lOd for the quarter ending July 2 1st. The Secretary's report showing that there are now 40 member5, with a bal ance on liand to date of £5 Is 4d. The Secretary's resignation was also read. On the motion of Mr, E. Bailey, seconded by Mr. Wormald, the bal ance sheet and reports were received for discussion and duly adopted. Mr. C. F. Stephens' proposal, sec onded by J. Freeman, that the resig nation of Mr. J. E. Gibson be Reci ted. Very great regret was expressed that he should find it necessary to resign. The Chairman expressed thanks to Mr. Gibson on behalf of tho Club for the manner he had worked in ...

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TOMINGLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

^dkita^i# (FEOM OUB OffN COERESPOKBENT.) Seventy points of Tain-fell here last week, and a spring' in the grass is .already noticeable. Crowhurst's bat tery tank, received about three feet ol ?water, which will enable them to start crushing. The battery will make a start nrnrinWtr nmr+. wenlr imnn twn small parcels, one of them I believe is to come from Peak HUL The 'John Norton' mine, is still idle, as also' is Lees' and party's mine adjoining. Mx. 'W. Waddell and party, adjoining Crowhurst's on -the north, are busily engaged prospecting, but so far they have not struck anything startling. At Crowhurst's mine a lot of dead work has been done, and thero re mains- much to be done yet. They had a drive 60 feet long full of water, - and 30 feet in the shaft, also the rock from 120 feet of driving, all to be hauled to the surface. ? The winch is, working well, and all the water is out, and a large part of the mullock. But there is much other work to be done, they hope to resume actual m...

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Ladies Chatter. OUR SYDNEY YLETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

' liiadieS £hatterr 3f GUM, 6TDNET J.ETTER. The advance of Spring is creating a?tivity in the megasins of our fashion able milliners and dress-builders. The shops are displaying some beautiful dress fabrics — voiles, silks and mus lins — in the most delicate shades. Summer gowns will be be-tucked and be-nounced to the ne-.-iptuo' ultra. Skirts are still close-fitting round the hips, diverging towards the feet, and the soft diaphanous materials now on view in the city should 'go' like wild-fire and 'make up '^charmingly. Cowper remarks that *, ' Dress drains our cellar dry, And keeps our larder lean.' But somehow in spite of the higher rate at which everything edible and wearable is being -sold, people manage to live and dress well. Linen is to hold a prominent place in materials this season, end certainly no fabric is moro suitable to our climate. We aro glad to see that the blouse is .still con sidered an indispensable article of attiro. The new Louisine silk is most suitable for b...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

MINING. Locally the mining industry is now practically at a standstill, owing to the scarcity of water. The Black Snake Prospecting Syn dicate has ceased operations for tho time being. - At the New Day Spring Mine, Parkos, as a result of a five day's crush ing of 122 tons of ore, 26£ozs. of smoked gold were secured. The Parkes Council, at its last meeting decided to cut off the water supply from all mines and batteries. This will doubtless, seriously hamper opera tions. The Baker's Creek Company's battery, Hillgrove, of 15 head of stampers is crushing full time, on aver age grade ore, and will run on until August 29 before cleaning up. ~' Blind Creek alluvial returns, Mur rumburrah, for the past four weeks show a slight incr. a jo, as compared with tho former yields, and some very fair gold is being discovered, in the shallow as well as the deep ground. Water has been found troublesome in a few claims that gave promise of yielding profilabl3 returns, but the ground is scarcely good ...

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Valuable Deposit of Pigment. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

Valuable Deposit of Pigment. Some years ago Mr John Bliclc, May or of Molong, caused a well to be sunk on his farm at Norah Creek, and while the workmen were engaged they pierced a seam of beautiful white Pig ment. An otter was made by some Sydney gentlemen to work the deposit at the time, but nothing came of the offer. Mr. Black caused some of tho substance to be sent to the Mines De-« partment, and tho report was highly favourable. Oa this recent visit to the Old Country, Mr. Black took occasion to inspect the pigment from the CoraiBb Mines, and was of opinion that the: deposit on his property was quite oqual to what he saw in Cornwall. Water being a serious trouble withiOur chief citizen, he engaged the Robarde bro thers a few weeks ago to sink another well, some distance from the one in which the pigment was first obtained, and at a depth of 20 feet from the surface a seam of over 2 feet thick was struck. Just about tho time tho work men came on this seam, the Sydney gentlemen r...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 August 1902

POULTRY. (By Axcoxa.) Wyandottes. — This exceedingly use ful breed of fowls crime from Auiorica and are some of the best that have been produced by the land of 6tars and stripes. The Wyandotte ..is a breed that is gradually becoming pop ular, and are likely to remain perma nently amongst the favorites. They are bred in throe varieties, viz., gold and silver, laced, and white. They are a graceful bird with short neck, slightly arched, short legs and bodies, and full br;asj;s. Many people look upon tl.e Wyandolte as being a small fowl, but when handled they will be found bulky birds which weigh heavi ly. As layers few breeds equal, and only one or two can surpass them. They make splendid table birds, the flesh being almost as white as that of the Orpington or Langslian. The hens are good setters, careful mothers, and lay when the brood is only a few weeks old. The chickens are easily reared, good foragers, and fit to kill when five months old, at which age they should weigh between fo...

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