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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

?? DUBBO. -: fTlio death is announced of Mr. Geo. '?*; Elliott, Jate Stock and- Station Agent ^ of this town. Deceased succumbed to ' that dreaded complaint, pneumonia.. - EjftLtv-four passengers left -Dubbo forTSydnoy last week by the cheap excursion. . A dahco jvas held in the Protestant Hall on Tuesday evening as a farewell . ??. social tp Mr. -G Cameron (of Mr. J.'C^ « Berry's cycle establishment) who left ^jfe town later in the week. -: ... .?-?,'?' -tp Railway and TrogresOSsooianoS^al :-''^^HB be held in the Town Hall on Wednos- ? ' ?; - ^ day next at 8 p.m. *-|

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 — 12 September 1902

Mail Arrangements. Daily from and to Sydney. , : Dispatch For: — Sydney, via Parkers, Alectown Mingelo, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday's of each week at 8. 30. a.m. For Dubbo, McPhail1 Tomingley, on Tuesdays; Thursdays and Saturdays at' 8. a.m. For Sydney, via Narromine, Tomingley McPhaiL on. Moiodays Wednesdays, and Fridays-at 7. 45 a.m. -! ? Arrivals from Sydney, via Parkes Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4. 30. p.fll.;.; Via. NaiTomine on Tuesdays TJiursr. days, and Saturdays at 5. p.m. ?'?'.? From Dubbo on Monday, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 5. 45. p.m.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

LATiJSTTELEGRAMS ?? [BltVlRE.] CRICKET. - South of England declared their innings closed at 7 iot 403. Hayward contributed 106 of this number. ? ? . Australia second innings, 8. for 215* ^rumpor 120, Duff 36; ?-- ? ;. ?''?? «-!-'?-

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

FORBES. Wednesday morning looked ' as though there had been ft duststorm. somewhere during the night. The adjourned special meeting of the ForbosXiommon Trustees on Tues day night lapsed for want of a quorum. ,At 8 p.m. Trustees 'Weaver, Rath and 'Flajihery wore present, and left, and they had hardly gonofrpm ,the:CJyun-!' ber when the Chairman arrivBdj but even then another member was re quired to make the requisite number.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Municipal Council. The usualfortnightlyrme«tingsb|4he. above was held at the QounciTCnam* fcers on 'Tuesday evening kai, the 9th .inst ?'?- ? _-;?'?: ':?'?'? ':' ' . . ;. Pkesent His ; Worship the Mayor (Aid* Matthews), Aldermen Davey, £ennedyv*8wain; Gibsbni,-»nd.Tthe Oouncfl Cleik, Mr. W. B. Wynne. t Subsoquent^o the 'minutes of the. ^ 'prcjdous meeting being feadjand coii* J. firmefl-^thp correspondene* ^{was, jead '?? '??'?' and Bsc&rred &rdwcussion4 :. .;.'.. ':'.,.. '?-?; Outward : A ? Gracie-^-jRa Goyernr '' ment Paddock. Department of Worift ?? asking for a special grant of £500, with* which to improve the roads within the Munici- ' paEty. . '. ? ? F.1 A. Morgan re . Municipal Confer* ence. -..'.. - ? :': P.JT Okm M.L.A. re money for 'clearing of Government Paddock. ~ .'- Colonial Treasurer re same inward : 'Municipal Association for- - -warding.^Railway Pass for Mayor and Mayoress.' P. J. Clara M.L.A. re Peat Hill Water Supply, and proposed Railway Line' fro...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Kf ? v ? ' t ' .... i*«; ... T. D. Oxley &Co's., , GREAT CLEARING SALE, :-* '- ?''' ??? ? . COMMENCES 'ON FOB 13 DAYS ONLY. Don't mi68 this Golden Opportunity to purchase your ? ? Drapery, {Nothing, Boots., etc., etc., ;.,--; ; AtBochextraordjnaiyLOW PRICES. ,?-«?; Figures are round numbers.' -See our SALE PRIGES, they -will make you WEEP FOB, JOY. WE WILL OFFER SPECIAL LINES EACH DAY. DON'T ip§S THESE PLUMS Ai| goods sold at Bale Prices will be lor Cash Only, and No G-OOds sold at the reduced prices Trill' be taken back or exchanged. ?-.--'???'. mD.OXiEY arid Co. *' ?-' ' .''?' ?-? ?'?';? : ???':''.' ??''??? .?.:..?-.?-' -'?? ?''... GIBSON AND COMPANY. Auctioneers, land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK TTTT.t. PEEElklNAEY NOTICE. King's Birthday/ 10th November, 1902. A DATS' Sports & Concert in aid of tho funds of tile ' Peak Hill and District Hospital, Trill be lield on the above date Programme and fall particulars will be advertised at a late...

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

Out Back.; -j The recent rains have had tho effect of bringing on the grass splendidly- as far out as Mungery. Beybnd'flus, however, the country is anything but what could be desired, At Waterloo hardly a blade of the precious' herb- age is visible. There is, howover, a: supply of water in the dams for the first time for many monthfe. - At Der ribong Station there is a nice shoot, and the crops are looking Vellj though more rain is badly needed. Dandaloo is very dry and an epi demic of measles is raging. Our old and respected townsman, Mr. Carton, is fairly established, and is doing far bettor than he expected. The hotel which was recently burnt down is. be ing rebuilt, and it is understood -that the old tenant^vrill reocoupy -the .yre^j jnisesVhen completed. ' ; . .-.^' r-. - In spite of drought and devastation,, no ]bbb than three cases? of twins have occurred on the iBogaa within the past few months. ;

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. CHAPTER II. TASMANIAN GANGS: BRITTON'S GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Australian Bushranging Early ^ Days. . , (fix Ohasleb White.) :, CHAPTEEn. BEITTOITS GANG. Camping on the road that night the constable picked up the tracks on the following morning on the beach, and from their freshness it if as decided that the men could not be far off. Besting on this discovery, the party leisurely 'breakfasted, and then fol lowed their tracks to the edge 6f jthe bush. But here they ?were confronted by Britton, who stepped out about Bitty yards from them, challenged Constable Smith, (who happened to have come to the colony in the same ship with him), and at once fired. The fire was returned with interest by the police, when Britton dropped. on one knee as though to shelter .himself be hind a bush. Smith wanted to ad vance ; the chief constable, urging that it would be an unnecessary exposure of life, ordered a retreat, saying he would get j-einforcenients and-, resume the pursuit next day. Accordingly eight constables were told off next day to follow the runaways...

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

DRAPERY, MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS. TO THOSE 'WHO HAVE NOT INSPECTED THE STQCK AT . ' .. ... .;' ... .-..,* ?'..';, '?'??-??.? r .,.- -.,:?-- **?:: '-\*5* i: «?'??' '' ' -; ?: a. w.v -.'... TAYLOR'S New Store at the Corner, We -would call attention to the good Talue offered in all lines of Drapery, Men's Clothing, Millinery Boots anctSfibed, eta., etc. * '^ * A. W. Taylor's prices are fixed to suit the bad times. REMEMBER THE STORE ON THE CORNER OP Caswell and Dujfga Streets. CARRINGiTON /. HOTEL, Gaswell Street, Peak Hill. ?VXTISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie is carrying Tt on the above well-known HoBtlery , and' hopes to merit a fair share of publio patronage. Best Brands of 'Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, /EhATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DEERIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. TOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR^ KURI^; FREEMAN'S 2BRATED WATERS - CANNpTBE^SURPASSED. All Orders Attmded to Punctually. v~ Tpmingiey # McPhail. You cannot do better than...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

THE IPJfr^ipT v \ IB TJEE jBEST, AND TELASr 18 0tfB£6BTA - - :?-'-:??; . ♦??' fgjpons! The utihbst Value iffy ©urOtar Jof* ihenta, aid affix' fb| litflwt -*-^

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District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

District Intelligencei (FnOM OUB EXCEAKGES.) PAREE8. Parkes Jockey Club cleared £30 at the recent Show meeting. One hundred and fifty passengers . . . were booked for -Bydrioy' bythe .cheap train which left Parkes on Tuesday evening. Mounted Constable Mitchell, -who has been stationed at Pdukos f6r tho nast seven months: has been trans 'erred'to Canowindra and is eucoeeded -: by Constable J. H. MoDpnald, of Gan« owindra, Mr. F. L. Webb, fox some five year* % clerk in the -local branch of .the Com- *j meroiol Bank, left 'for Head Oifioe, -' Sydney, having been notified by 'wire of bis removal. * ' On Thursday last, an old and re spected', resident passed : away in the 'person of Mr. W. S. Lynch'. Pneu jnonia was the cause of death.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Five Years7 Suffering. . .: CURED BY VITAOATIO FEELS SPLENDID. Sheppartonj July 31, 1899. Mr, S. A. PALMER (VITADATIO). Dear Sir,— I have very great plea sure in certifying to the MERITS of your VITADATIO. I have suffered for tlie past five yoors, off . and on, from JAUNDICE, ENLARGEMENT OF THE LIVER, and an INTERNAL GROWTH of some kind, which the doctor did not seem to understand, and all the medicine I took before VITA DATIO had no more effect upon me than so much water. My husband and son induced me to try your VTTA DATIGj and. after .the second week ? ;? I had been taking it a quantity 'of '?? ? :- blood and lumps of stuff which' looked like pieces of liver, came awny,' I now feel splendid ;' and iimi able to got about and do niy work.; * ' .~- ; - t I a«5 an old resident of Shepporton, anp all my.neighbors'can tell you how bad I wae. ?-' ' . I EARNESTLY RECOMMEND your VITADATIO to anyone Buffering as I did. . , . ? ?Witness to signature':' W, At jFaED,JT.P. ;.. I hereby certify...

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SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

SHEARING. At the Coonamble Police Court on Tuesday, t^iore Mr. H.txiles Shaw, police magistrate, Howard Speight, for Andrew Tobin and Sons, proceeded against Andrew Murphy for that he, being a servant of Andrew Tobin, under a written agreement to shear at Wingadee, did not enter into Bervice acc3rding to contract. Defendant wa6 engaged through tho secretary of the Machine Shearers Union at Sydney. Defendant was fined £2, with 4s lOd cost of Court, 21a professional cost, and £3 2s witnesses', expenses ; total £6 7s6a. ? '. Throughout, tho drought, Mr. N. A. Gatenby, of Jemalong, who secured so many prizes in the 6heep sections of both the Forbes and Parkes Shows, haB fed 110 less than 15000 sheep on 200 acres of lucerne. Tho seven years' period for which the three Railway Commissioners were appointed have almost expired. An agitation is oa foot to have the number reduced to one. Mr. Neilson, member for Burrowa is the prime mover. . The Inspector-General of Police received a letter fr...

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

School oT Arts. :; A meeting of the committee of the above was held in the Council Cham bers on Monday evening last the 8th inst., for the purpose of winding up matters in connection with the School* ?of Arts. Mr. Ray. (President), occu pied the chair, and there were present : — Messrs. Potts, Cooper, Wynne and Miles. The chairman briefly explained the object of the meeting, and said that personally he should prefer that the institution be not reorganised. If, however, those present considered that: it could be carried on in some other part of the town, he was perfectly willing; to lall in with, their views, and help in -every; possible' way, as' he had ^aae'^a^tiw past. ?'' ?*??'? -?-??' '--- Mr. Wynne thought that it would be advisable to give it another three month's trial, and moved a motion- to this effect, seconded by Mr. . Cooper, and carried, Mr. Miles moved, seconded by Mr. Wynne that Mr, Potts be asked to accept the dual position of Seoretary and Treasurer for the specifie...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Official Correspondence, -.-? Mr, T. Brown, M.H.R, has, recived the following Official reply from the ?Acting Prime Minister to representa tions, made by him at the request of. the district Public Meetings, favouring the suspension of the fodder duties for the purpose of meeting prevalent drought conditions. — Department 01 external afluira. Melbourne, 2nd September, *1902. Sir; — I am desired by the Acting Prime Minister to acknowledge the receipt of resolutions passed at Public Meetings, and forwarded by you, with l-eference to the remission of duties on fodder. Mr. Deakin directs mo to inform you that the matter has been very, fully considered by the Governmonton-more - than one occasion, and they are unable to see their way to comply with tho requests to remit duties imposed by the Federal Tariff on fodder. ? It has been pointed out in Parliament that the matter is really one which is in the hands of the State Government. The money received from those duties col lected by the Fe...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Peak Hill Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Peak Hill Rifle Club. A special general meeting of the Peak Hill Sporting; Rifle. Club, was held at Staff ords* -Club House -Hotel,. »n; Monday evening. ib^l^BTSth^nsj;^ Mr. C. F. Stephens occupied the ,ciiair.-, Mr Bailey brought fbrward* number j of additional rules, which he considered would be of material advantage to the club.- These were submitted to tne meeting and carried. .. .. It was resolved, that in future all handicapping be .by points in place of distance as hitherto, also that a per manent Rifle Butts be established on the present site, and that a shade and protection for the markers Jbe erected.. Mr. Bailey moved, seconded by Mr. Fetterson that a letter be sent to the Council soliciting thoir permission to shoot at the place now used, before any action was taken . in the way of improvements. ,-?'?. I ?...-'-.?? f- ??'?.?:? This terminated the. business, and, the meeting rose. ;:.:? :?::-?; ??-*&%. i

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Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Baces. '' A very fair attendance witnessed the Eacesyestorday. . The day was cold Trithevery appearance of ram. Occa sional showers foil. Tho following are the results : — Opekiko tELuroiCAP. A, Lewis' Amy (10-7) . . 1 Four starters. . . LOCAt.JiHArDICAP. Jack (9 stone).. '., ' ..1 Nine starters. Five Potnro Hawdicap. Sherringham's Jessica (8.7) . . 1 ? Two starters. Hack Race. Randell's JeiTy . . , . 1 Five starters Fobcbd Handicap. Prudence ';..... . . * Jack .... .... * *Dead heat. The rider of Jack was thrown just after reaching the winning post, and was severely hurt.

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Wellington to Werris Creek Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Wellington to Werris Creek Bail-way. Preparation tothe Works Committee leaving from Wellington to take evi dence on the proposed Werris Creek Line, Mr. KoLachlan, Secretary for railways, intimated that the Commis sioners were of 'opinion, that such line would not for tfie Jir^seht Be a payable concern, sordid thejceoo any justifica tion fo'r beliey&gjftat it would become payable in thatSifutui*. For this reason they were. -Opposed to its con? struction. ; , ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

Concert. The endeavours /put'; forth !iiy &e! Concert Committee, . and ihey were many, were rewarded with a thronged Hall during the evening. Consider ably over 400 people were present which is a record attendance in Peak, for at least some considerable time past. Taking into consideration the distress prevailing in consequence of tha n-nrfiil Hfiasnn f.hrrmp-h which Wfi are passing, the result is extremely gratifying. Throughout the entertain ment, the liveliest interest was main tained and the oft-repeated outbursts of chipping and cheering denoted how much the efforts of the different per formers were appreciated. The Minstrel portion, in paticular, was responsible for a. great amount of merriment. The Misses Tregaskis and Swain acted as accompanists, and are deserving of -the greatest credit for . the. manner in- : which they - ac quitted4fi.emselveB of this moBt impor tant duty. A Pianforte Overture by these two ladies opened proceedings, after which there was a duet by...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GALA DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

GALA DAY. Wednesday, decided upon by the Committee of the P. A. and H. Associa tion, on which to hold a days sports, in aid of their funds, broke bright and clear. Arrangements down to the minutest detail had been carefully «arried ont. On Tuesday, .evening the streets were -tastefully decorated with flags and evergreens, and Gala Pay was heralded in by a display of- foliage and flags such . as, to make one wonder whether the Governor General were not to be nresent. The whole of the district was well represented, atid it would appear that the great majority of country folk, tired of feeding, were determined, at least, for a short sea son, to throw their worries aside, and lay themselves out fora good day's sport Wednesday had been gazetted a public Holiday so that the school children in the adjacent townships were enabled to participate. The business-nouses closed at 12 noon, both on Wednesday and, yesterday for the races. Some £30 odd were taken at the gates. Messrs. Jackson, Davey...

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