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Official Correspondence, [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

Official Oerrespoiidence, Department of Public Instruction. Sir, — With reference to your letter of Cth Juno last, urging the neccssitv of certain improvouio-it6 at the Peak Hill Public Sidiool, I have tha hoiror to state that having caused inquiry to he made into the circumstances of the caso, the Minister of Public Instruc tion lias approved af f.'ie carrying out nf t.no '?«~llnwiiifr w/ivlre ? ? (a) Construction of a window in the western end of the school room. (b) Erection of a verandah oa tho same end of the building. (c) Provision of an additional tank for the rosidenco, tank to Isold. 800 gallons, and be furnished with neces sary stand, downpipiiig and guttering. The matter is now in fhe hands of the ArcJiitect of this Department. I have, etc., J. 0. jf.AVV.ARD, TJnder S-jcivtarv. P. J. Claim, Esq., M.L.A. Owing to tho prolonged drought tin* Mroiildr.i P. and A. Association's an nual ploughing1 matches, fixed fw the 10th September, will not be held.' Tlie Duulop Road Eace, f...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPRIETARY MINE. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

PEOPEIETAEY 1ONE. (To the Ediior Peak Hill EcvressJ Sir, — Will you kindly insert the fol lowing iexr lines re t^ie above : I no tice in a letter, published in your issue of tlie 22nd inst., tliat the writer ; is vejy iBrlignant at what lie calls your unjustifialile and hostile attaclc on the Peak Hill Proprietary mine. What ever the ?writer of the above may say ?or feel, I for one consider you deserve ? the thanks of the public for the article coirii'lnined of. If 'it be true, what the writer of the letter says, tliat the Company have expended £30,000 in developing tlio property, that is to say anake it a paying concern, and have failed to do so, one naturally asks the question why? Aiulif thepastsixyears have, with all their efforts concentra ted upon the original claim or leaee of 22 acres been failure, ?what must the next six or one year, with a working plant and a mine in a worse condition than it was six years ago be ? But I ?would not have this as a reason for the cancellatio...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

. Original Correspondence. [While our colunuiB are at all times open for the publication of -matter calculated to be of interest io our readers, we do not ne ceesarily identify onrselreB with the opinions expressed under this heading.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peek Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

BENEFITS OFPEOTECTION. (To the Editor Pmh ttU MiyressJ Sir, — Let it be impressed *ipon your . ininds, -let it be instilled into your * ' ' '.??''' .'- children, that the liberty of the press is the palladium of all the civil, politi cal and religious rights of an English man. By the above old hackneyed phraseology, I am induced to take up my pen mere for tie purpose of get ting advice, rather than exercising a persistency in my. own views and cer tainly with no desire to abuse an op ponent if. I have : one. ^Protection' v. Freetrade has bean pretty ? well umiBiiea out — tne.oorn separated iroui the chaff— hut with what results in'the cleaning up this deponent knotteth not. Having heard of Mr. H. J. Fletcher as a strictly 'honorable and truthful gentleman, I am prepared to treat with him and follow on the same lines. He appears to make a heading for his letter which appears in your paper, viz. 'Benefits of Protection,' meaning thereby, are there any, and. if so, where ? He asserts t...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

(To the Editor Peak Bill Express. J Sir, — For a long time there hos beon a growing feeling amongs Peak Hill men that the local mines were not giv ing tlie amount . of employment that could reasonably be expected of them', and that the labor conditions of the leases were somehow being evaded. The disconttnt caused by this became more aocenUinted when the tiiodtw oprrandi of the Peak Hill Mining Com pp.nies, was contrasted with the upto date methods of the McPhail Mining Syndicate, a short distance away. The thanks of the community are duo to jou for having voiced their, opinions, cr at least the opinions of tlie great majority, and' spoken out plninly on a tjuostion that is of vital importance to . the welfare of the town and district. I have read the plausible letter of the Managing Director of tlie Peak IEil Proprk-tary Company, in your last issue and was much flmuaed there threats. With reference to the short comings of other Peak Hill mines al luded to in this letter, that count...

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 — 5 September 1902

Old Age Pensions in this land Have proved a marked success, They give tlie old a helping hand, And keep them from distress. There's only just one other thing. That's needful to ensure Sound lungs, that we the praise con sing, Of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Commissioner Howard, foreign secretary of the Salvation Army, ar rived at Adelaide by the E..M.S. China on Saturday, accompanied by Major Jackson, private Secretary, and Col onel Bates. It 'is stated that General Booth will visit Australia at the end of nexfcyear. Wade's Worm Figs, the Wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective. 1/- bores.— 0 The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal CouncOj will be held on Tuesday noxtj in lieu of Wednesday, by order of ifee Mayor. * ? ?»?'?'

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

THE MARKETS. SHEEP. fid Merino Wethers, prime, to 25 0 „ „ extra, to 29 0 „ ,, good;' to 20 0 „ ? ,, medium, to M 0 Crossbred wethers, prime, to 31 0 „ „ extra, to 35 0 „ „ good, to 21 0 ,, „ medium, to 14 6 Merino Ewes, Priino, to 13 G - ..„ ,, extra, to 22 3 „ „ good, to 1 j 0 „ - „ medium, 11 0 Crossbred Ewes, prime, to 23 0 ,, ? „ extrc, to 30 0 „ . „ good, to 18 0 „ ,. me'dium, to 14 0 Lambs, . prime, to . . 15 0 „ good to . . 12 0 „ medium . . 9 0 Wheat, 4s 11 to H/2. ljushd. Flour, £10. ton. Makitoba plotje, £12. 10. Chaff, from £7. 10s to £8 ton. Lucerne, £8. 10s ton. Oatejt hay, from, £7 ton Oats, from 3/8 bush. Maize, from 5/8 to Cs bushd. Potatoes, from £7 1 0s Oxions, from £7 to £8 0s Oilcake from £10. 0s ton. - Bakley, 4s 3d to 4/6 bush. Beak, Is 7d bush. Poixabd, Is Gd bush.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

MOLONG. Molong Public School teachers and children contributed £1 19s towards the Mt. Kembla widows and orphans. Butter this time last year was 8d per lb retail ; now it is 2s per lb.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

SOUTH AFRICA.   The Cape assembly has passed a resolution, thanking and eulogising the Colonial Troops, for their service in the late war.  

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. CHAPTER II. TASMANIAN GANGS : BRADY'S GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

Australian Bushrangin* IN Tfe Early Days. - (By Charles White.) CHAPTER H. Tabmanian Gangs : BRADY'S GANG. The desire of tlie settlers for ven geance was very great, and it is on record that a petition signed by fifty prominent citizens was presented to Colonel Artliur, praying that the pris oners might be speedily executed, in order that all fear of their escape from gaol might be removed. Such, indeed was the condition of society at thih tim« fhn.11 no less than thirtr-seven pris oners -were condemned to death atone ' sitting of the court. v. But Brady wns still at largo, and he did not want for followers. Escaped convicts rallied round him as to a common centre, and every, day carried its record of daring deeds. The follow ing extract from the 'Yan Dieman's Land Annual'' furnishes an idea of systematic course of outrage and plunder that was followed : 'On the night of the 5th, the bushrangers set fire end burnt down tlie stockyard, with all the wheat belcnjing to Mr. Abraham Walk...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 September 1902

Gurrent Jottings.. ? ? * ' ' (By -Jeasshop3per.\ . Tie State Government has at last come to the conclusion that retrench ment is necessary in some quarter. The Civil servants, however, have the assurance that their salaries will not bo reduced, 'as nasty things may be said of the Government if they adopted this 2)lan without fi^so reducing their own screws, winch i$ of course not to ho cxpocted. Tho penitent sarvnnt3 fire now revoking the prayers and good wishes bestowed on Jack Soo and Co., which, had they been fuliilled, would hfive landed those worthies in any pjnee but Heaven. Tho happy ex pedient hit upon is to refuso the in creases duo to those Civil 'Servants who ra-e honestly nnd justly entitled to them (which of course is not re trenchment), and to greatly diminish the Road Vote, from which perhaps, tlu couutry public receive more benefit than any other. Many of the district roads, as the readers of the EXPRESS are undoubtedly aware, are bad enough to make a working bullock...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

' LIGEliraiNCrWUETi Applicationa ^or tour renewal -.oi Pubucan'sKcenses,,-- : vti:':-r' ???joh Two applications-— Messrs. MuxreH: ead Boles-^-for Booth, iiibenBes.- Qer-, tificates in each case granted.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Police Court, m&DgZ, BEETWBE& 6, 1902, I , (Before Has P.M^SL A- Lfintoe, I iaad H. N; ^Kbsonj BBq., J.P,

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 — 12 September 1902

%A SPRING MEPfCINE. |t is well to remember that at this season of all others the human system needs to be toned up and put in thorough condition to withstand the change - of the season. BILE BEAft£ for BILIOUS NESS are the very best medi cine that cap be taken for this purpose, as, they cleanse and re^iriaie, the Liver, on organ to ? which njoiy be traced nearly all the minor ailments »o many people suffer from. - If the Liver is not in thorough working order, the blood is impure, the circulation sluggish, the digestion impaired, the sleep disturbed, Aid the complexion ssllow. TUe consequence is that there is alack of energy, and the sufferer becomes a victim of 'that tired feeling.' To be out of corts In the Spring is most tryingt^as many people know.' If you unlet&ing 'run down ' and without energy for work, take 6ILE BEANS tor BILIOUSNESS; end they will put you in a condition that will withstand the changeable Spring weather. The State clothing factory will be started on ...

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 — 12 September 1902

The above being Very largely used throughout this district, 'as food for stock, it would, perhaps, be interesting to our readers, to know from what it is manufactured It is a highly nutri tive,' arid coiisequently a most valuable fodder. Oil- cako is made from the the residue which remains after grind ing thd oil: t-ut of cocoanuta, linseed, or rape iseod;-' -The principal constitu ents' are- fat and albumin— about 16 per cent of the former and 10 per cent of the hitter, thus proving it to be a rich, fattening food, and possessing as it does a Blight laxative property is invaluable for weak stock, or those in low condition. Medicinally it will be found most suitable for horses that are stable-fed, even when bran, &c. are low in price, and plentiful. The oil cake, manufactured from cocoanut, ?is almost universally used in New South Wales, and throughout the prevailing drought, has proved a boon to stock owners, enabling them to keep their cattle in good condition, by using on...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

' '!''? ':'-' ' GENERALv''':-': '?—'?; jfi's^iw?*? .4ft-.?P an a^T'0 *tate °f ? ? ^e^ictorian Parliament has been -prorogued. -Most probably ,it+ wiU be dissolved shortly as a result x-t the Government defeat, re the Civil Ser vice retrenchment. . . r ..- ».-?-'.-. L There is a rumor of an Irvine Pea cock coalition. .-.,?;'?

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 — 12 September 1902

LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required. ?? '?? Prompt returns a Speciality. HARRISON, JfiMS & DEVLIN, '?' : ~] -' --??????? ? HlflMITED. lAfflfVI PRINCIPALS having over If UU L 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE QCI I IMP CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. ^ t L L I I « U Strict attention t0 details, — ^?^mmm^^^ WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. unur\LnQ pffices & stOfes Circisiar Quay- Sydney- A Chief Cook^ Troubles, ' A Serious Case. A QUICK RESTORATION. Ihe Case of Mr. G. BEOWH. (By a Sydney Reporter.] The adopHon of perfect ««nitar? measure! (or the bauutit of ttie community hew Iteer fringing ills attention of the municipal officiate with increased application eince th« outbreak of plague, The sapiunca of main taiuing a purfect %y«lem of sanitation bar maiie iisalf patent, In view of the Biiccest attendant upon the. cleansing operation' which have.tiikm plftoe during the past Uvi months. ,. The disease has betft stamped ou' oi our midst, and vessels leaving cur por.U ate not subjecte...

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 — 12 September 1902

NARROMINE. , « About 2i inches of rain have been recorded nt Narromino since the break in the weather. The crops around the town ore com ing' on splendidly since the tain. .Quo of the .largest assemblages held \m 'SygaV '^aiuered together 'at the annual social under the auspioes of tlie Loyal Quoon of the West' Lodge, oa '28th ult.; and dospite tlte adverse . . state of the weather — which no one seemed to be dissatisfied with-r^proved to be the most enjoyable dahco ^f the season.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

FEDERAL PARLIAMENTS ' The Tariff Bill has passed 'its final stages in tho Senate, and has been re ferred to the Hbilse of Representatives. It has been announced in tho Federal. Parliament that Albiiry, Bombala, Lake George, Orange, and Tumut have/ been selected ironsr 'which to choose the Federal ; Capital Site. Thereis to be an inspbetion by e^peits.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

THEvMARgETS. SHEEP. ? ?: - S d Merino Wethers,, prime, to 21 0 . „ .^;- . „ ' «xtra,.ito 28 0 „ ,, good, to 15 6 „ „ medium, to 13 0 Crossbred: wethers, prime,. to 30 0 1, -~- i» extra, to 30 3 ' „ ™^-,~:mB^um,to J3 0'. Merino ' _EweBj ; Prime', to 15 : 6 „ ij extra, to 19 3 „ '??'-?'. v, ;|t-od,to 12 6 ,, .-„ : medium, 10 0 Crossbred Ewes, prime, to 17 0 „ „ extra, to 24 0 11 11 good, to 15 C „ . ,. medium, to 12 0 Lambs, prime, to ?„. .. 15 0 „ good to .. 12 0 „ medium . . 9 0 Wheat, 4b 11 to 5/2. bushel. Ftoun, £10. ton. .Manitoba SLorm, £12. 10. Ceait, from £6. 15s ton. Lucerne, £9. 10b ton. Oates^ hay, from, £7 ton Oats, from 8/7:bush. Maize, from 5/3 s ' bushel. Potatoes, fooni'sEf. 10s Onions, from £frto £8 0s Oa. case from.£M-. Os ton. Baklev, 4s S&.tir.lfi bush. Bban, Ib ^2d bueli. -?? Poixabd,1b lj-d'bush. ? *

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