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

Worms undermine GMldren's Con stitutions. Use Wades Worm Figs. Is boxes.— 0 ?..-..: Permission has been grantedto Mr. Fosberry,. to appoint 50 additional [ policemen at once.

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

. For 'Objadren's flacking; Oougii at nigbjW-)pds''G^atPeppen!ni£t-Dure. i8;6d.--6' ? ' -. . ;;:?'?

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

LOCAL. The Annual -Ball of the the Peak Hill and District Hospital, is to be held on October the Stli next, . ? .-r- ? -. ? Trooper Lamroek, of Peak Hill, has toen transferred to Cponamble, f or the present, in consequence of the wearing, dispute. v ' ?„.-' -^' llr. Gostellow, Clerk of Works visited town last Week. His object was to secure particulars,tin older to to prepare plans and 'specifications for the additions and alterations to the local Public School. He that ? does not 'engage in the quarrels of others will have.few of his own. On Sunday eveningdast at the Wes leyan Church, a epecial service of humiliation and a prayer to Almighty God for rain, was conducted by Mr. J. Grimmett. ?'?..? ? . .Evidence in connection with the proposed line. — Dubbo'WerriB Creek, willibe taken- at' lite jfonner: place on the 20th. inet. '' Most of the sheds in the surrounding district vrill start shearing ?within the next few weeks. , ? :ri--. - The School of Arts is to be reor ganised, and' gi...

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

Editorial Notes. SCHOOL OF AETS, Some time ago endeavours were made by a number of our towns men to establish in Peak Hill, a School of Arts, with the object of affording % young men, and others, an oppoifourity of spend ing their leisure time in a pro fitable manner. ShatJinich an {town will be mduy conceded, ypt the lack of interest displayed by^ilielresiklnii-%en.erally^ '' was; 6uch as to warrant its discon tinuance. To an outsider such a state of affairs coulid hardly be thought possible. A comfortable reading room had been secured by the Committee, in which was placed a large assortment of the different papers. Games, such as chess, &c, were provided, and in every possible way, strong efforts were made to make the place as desirable and attractive as possible. In spite, however, ?pf -till that could be done, the interest and support, necessary for its carrying on were not forthcoming. It would be diffi cult to find, in the western dis trict, a town of equal importance ...

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

POLICE COUET. Win. Hall, charged with neglecting' to send his child to school -for the stip ulated number of dayB during 'half- year. . A fine 'of 5s *ad 4s lOd coBta imposed. . '-';. ' -..-?- .. : Jane'Kerin, 'charged same offence. Pined 5s and 4s 10d costs. . Chas. War Sine was then brought up on the 'same offence. 'I ai-lee sendee my chillee school ; they no go,' pleaded War, but the excuse was of no avail, and a fine of 3s and 4s lOd costs in each case was the result. ' Richard Brown, same offence. Case postponed until next Court. Trescott v. Murphy. Nbappeorance. Case struck out. A lad named Christopher Smith, on remand, was then charged with having chot at one, Thomas Meadows, on the 22nd August last, with intent to do him grievpuB bodily harm. Sergeant Brayne prosecuted, and the acoused was undefended. ' : ThoB. Meadows, on oath deposed? Am iabbre* residing at -Slate Hill-^ remember die '22nS of August iftBt;1 was' at Slate Hill on that date: ac cused was there ; also several...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 September 1902

BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak SiU Etprets.) Sir,— In my letter of - the 30th Au gust, I only mek&iAwo statements: 'That protection is: jdestmctively damaging to the fainting ?: b-usiness ; and also misplaces any.'ienefii from a new industry in- tbVjiands of out. RiHerR.' T anAmfv Eniiina. Hoar PoaTr Hill, where the tariff -on : turnips is actually imposed and dragging the farmer down, who already has more than enough to do combatting rabbits and famine. I particularise the pro jected Iron and Stool .works at Lith gow as a new industry, the :' benefits of which have been forestalled by vam phe bind speculators. . They have power to deprive of their earnings, all those who might become engaged in that indusiuy. Miav^purpoBely men tioned these ' two particular ''cases to prove the tendency ol Protection in all its ramificatione. Thp d^ys of tiirash ing out the theories Mve ;passed, we are now stating the thing in practioe. The promises of protectionists have not o...

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

SMALL PEBT8 BOUET. /Before the P.M., E. A. L. Sharpe, Esq., and J. D. McKay, Esq., J.P. Hinder & Co. v. ¥mi Coomber, £2 Cs 7d. No appearance of defendant. A verdict ior amount claimed with costs. ' ' McDonald v. Kinchela, wages and ?account alleged to be due. A verdict for plaintiff of portion of the amount claimed granted. . . '

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

Original Correspondence. [While our columns are at aU times open for die publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne oessarily identify ourselves , with the opinions expressed under this heading.]

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

POULTRY. (By Ancoita.) - -. Minorcae. — This immensely- popular ireed is one of the best all round Idfen of- large white- eggs. They thrive well on the farm, or in tho con fined yards of the cottage, and ore suc cessful in either warm or cold climate. The minorcas are good scavengers and are cheaply kept, the chickens being anoiTcr ' l^fltuarf tfia 'milifrfja Intnno* at. a very -early' age. -.This, breed can scarcely- 1-e improved for laying pur poses; but -not being successful ? table fowls, farmers would find a great ad vantage in; introducing ; Orpington Roosters amongst Minorca hens (the Orpington being in itself a good layer and at present leading in the laying competition being . held in . Sydney). Breeders for.' bIiow purposes are in clined to sacrifice some of the Minor ca's good qualities, ' breeding a rather taller bird than the -useful, breed that, was originally 'introduced. . The Min orca cannot be too highly recommended to fanciers desiring a really good lay ing variet...

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

.^Hospital Gomniittee. .„.£ ' ,A ? -??:'-??'' -?*--?? : ' ? ' -' , The ordinary inonthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held at the Council Chambers on Thursday evening, the 4th inst. Present: Messrs. H. N. Gibson {President), 'in the Chair,- Ray,' Dayey, Fitzgerald, Jackson and the Secretary, Mr. W. B. Wynne. Subsequent to the' minutes of the previous meeting bemg read and con firmed, the correspondence was recei ved for discussion. - - Outward: TotheMatron re supplies .for the Institution. ? To the Ohiet Secretary's Office re subsidy.' Repoets: ThV Visiting Committee reported eyerywuiijj BUUBiaciory. Mr; Jackson considered that it was necessary td have a Medical Report submitted to |'6ach' ! meeting of the Coin mittee, - as it was desirable that they' should be conversant with the number of patients, passing through the Insti tution. . ';. : Relative to the issue of Admission' Tickets to patients, Mr. Gibson was of opinion that, each of .the Committee should have a book of ...

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

Condition Powders. The following powders have been -found most useful for horses or other Btock that show a tendency to fall off, also stock that * have become low in condition during the drought. . Betal nut, ? .2 ounces. Sublimed Sulphur, 2 „ Nitrate of Potash, ... 1 „ Antimonious Sulphide 2 , , Farina, ? 8 „ ? To be well mixed Dose for horses and cattle one or two tablespoonfuls, for . pigs one or two desertspoonfuls twice daily. The above can be recommended, es pecially in cases where worms or debility are present.

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

The recent rains . have made Forbes look green,. though its fall was light compared wiih those around. . tTfie&asn't bBen attacked by Grippe, And languished in Itihbld ; '?' ''' ':'? - How inany give this life the slip, .2 .? . Neglecting cough or -cold: V : Gaunt men with cough And hollow : cheek. Whose death seems almoBt-sure, Can pick up health if they but seek For Woods' 'Great Peppermint Cure. Mr. J; Ashton, MJP., has on two occasions refused Government billets, with salaries attached thereto of £1000 [-eryear. ' :_

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

MOLONG. Mr. W. Willmott has resigned as a member of Molong Old-age Pension Board. The weather has been dull and threatening all the week — more rain hanging around. Over 1½ inches of rain fell locally last week.

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

SOUTH AFRICA. Mr. Chamberlain has refused the Boer Generals' request to allow the   Refugees to return without swearing   allegiance. He has also declined to appoint certain Boer officials to their old positions.      

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

^&M»Ar (Fftokt3tmOwK 0&i5SP.oKDEOT.) Mr. James Grimmett, who ifi an ap pi-aieer under tte Be-appraisoment Act, has been very busily employed at that work for several months -past. Hie colleague is a' licensed surveyor. Mead's mine is on better stone and six feet wide. ''It promises to improve as developments go on. ' ? Tt woiim Iib interesAinir tn Trrinw'tlifi relative values of scrubs felled for stock during the recent extravagant drought. Here, it would seem, that the order is thus: White box leaven, mountain oak, rosewood, swamp oak. Mr. George Sharkey discovers that the oak punctures the walls of the sheep's stomach, which has leaves resembling; a book, and seems to allow fluids to leak and accumulate in the nbdouien, somewhere, and kill the animal, even though the sheep be in fair condition. This, perhaps, explains what 1ms been a puzzle to many sheep owners. Mr. Frederick Bensley has always been an experimentalist in growing everything from rice up to date-palm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

~ Paries Hospital has a debit balanoe .'. i-tf. £255 2s.9cL .\ ..'..' ' . . ; '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

: Mr. &. H. Hebden, of Erambit? Station, lias suffei'ed heavy loss through the mysterious death of a number of very valuable stud rams. One animal was valued at £200, and another at a £100. The mortality' occurred after shearing, and it is thought to bo due to the attacks of flies, which were very troublesome during the few days of very warm weather experienced a few day6 ago. H. Dyball, of Montreal farm, near C00218, has a merino ewe which gave birth to fire Inmbs on Tuesday last. This is believed to be a record. Three died, but two appear strong, and likely to live. . A grasshopper plague again threat-, ©us Condobolin. Long live the King ! But who can tell The certainty of life, The man who feels to-day so well, May die of sickness life. Cough and colds are prevalent ills Which we must all endure, Though wo «an 'save the doctor's biHe With 'floods' Great Peppermint Cure; In London a^child is born every three minutes, and. a death occurs every five minutes. ?'''.' The Pigeo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Strange Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

A Strange Fire. On 'Wednesday night last at about 11.30 p.m., a mysterious fire occurred in a room at the rear of the promises occupied by Mr. Connolly, Saddler, and adjoining tho shop recently occu pied by Mr. 35. Dunn, Butcher. Constable Wynne, who was on-dwty, Commei-cial Hotel, ^vheu lie observed flames issuing from the above pre mises. Ho immediately gave the alarm, and ran to the spot where he was soon busily engaged in endeavouring to suppress the fire. He is to ba greatly commended for his prompt action, not aloue in this oass, but up on innumerable occasions he htm been instrumental- in averting damaging conflagrations. Mr. Ed. Goo was second on the scene, and ae usual did mainmouth work in e.xtingiiislaug the Hames. A cask of water fortunately was avail able, and with this ho kept the fire well in check, and ultimately uuccoodod in putting it out. Had the fire onco got a hold, it . is probable that Die Cambridge Club Hotel and other adjacent buildings, would have been dest...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mysterious Accident at McPhail. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

Mysterious Accident at McPhail. During tho contittUauce'bf ai Auc tion Sale at the Myalls on Monday afternoon last — Mrs. Young, who was disposing of her furniture, was struck ou the tomplo by a missile from an unknown source, inflicting a pain ful wound. It was .suspected that a as the use of these rifles, has become very prevalent in tho district lately. Medical aid was at onco telegraphed for, . and Dr. McCarthy from Peak Hill was soon on the spot. He, how over, failejj to locate any foreign substance ia tho wound, and is of opinion tliaV'sime was caused by a stone froni a ? 'Xafarptmlt. 1'b.o injurod lady is progressing favourably.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

NARROMINE, - - ?-.' ??? ?:'. ?gm The NaiTomina Brass Band played S^^ in different pai-te of thetqwn (jnSoiuV®'!^® day night, and in.;iiie Park :ori.iS.iiH3ay7 ?: WsM atternopn. Coll8ctii)n% -wore taken ntf/ - :'-¥?M in aid iof the Mount TKoinblu. DieasjKir.r *'^1| Fund, 'the sum of £?i8s 5d BeuigseaK ^ '2sSiM grave energetically canvassed ^Jfoivsuljfe. '^;, \i^B while tlus Band'playing. ';?? ' --: '.'? ?'?'i - \?M ;^^M There was a^ good muster of . onclc-; .7 Si.V'^g eters on the 'local oval on Saturday ;''' ','?':' -,^«H .lasj. A BcratclMnatoh /was played be-. ''??^;'-'^B twuen-tdaius : eoleefed ..by . Mi^srs. Alf-,;-.. '& 'f^^ man and A. Millar,1 in^ a.' veif 'eniov^ ' *4& '.wB able game resulted. . '??''? '^'''-^H The 'Mayor aid' Aid. Boll, left on ''M^-'fifljm Monday to attend 'the. annual 'Slunici- : r*'Q^g$m pal Conference, which opens in ; 'Syd- ??'?''. J;'$;-'^B ney on Tuesday next , ''.,. ^:iv-:^^

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