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

t Dance. A very successful dance eventuated on Thursday evoninglast (Race Night,) at Murrell's HalL Some 42 couples participated. The proceeds were in aid of the Roman Catholic Church Building Fund, anda sura of £2 19s Gd was netted. The Pianists wore : — Mrs. Fitzgerald, Miss Morris and Miss McAuliffe. Mr. Fitzgerald also played on the violin. Tho music was excell ent, and gave universal pleasure.' Mr. Tuckwell acted as M.C., and as usual acquitted himself to the entire satis faction of all. - A sumptuous supper was provided, and everybody quitted the hall liigJily gratified at tho night's ?ainusoniont. '? ' . The Secretary— 3fr. Souter, it to bo complimented on the completeness with which all arrangements, were carried ,ojit. . - ^- . . .' . ?'??? ; ' . - :?'?,

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

; :' ?? '.BwiBb?;. .o-,.:.^iMJi Thorfl were 8 patiente'in U10 Hospi- * *$$0&mm tal on Friday lost. , . -x£, ?? j *S^*8m IS'omiuntions'for the vacancy on th'o^^S^M| Dubbo lirtbbit Board -closed on Tu'es-^^^BBH day evening, iressre. ^: A, B&fig^^^HB aud D5 i-Antfi»nwAvoi-6;%flmi^fe^^®^HB adopted, andalltho^flicersre-eleotoa.. .. . . . .^^ The pi-oviding of a .balcony aid :?''' . .' -C|^ verandah at the Lands Office was comv , ' ; ; j«*^ menced this week. - -*'?' ' 'WM

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 — 19 September 1902

GENERAL.* Melba, the great singer, has arrived in Brisbane. Quesn Aloxandra bas left England fot Copenhagen, on' a visit to her parents.

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

? ' MQLONa- '''.?, ?'???.- 'Vf:& The losses of sheep in Molong dis-1 '£I'J?| trict, owing to the drought, isesti- :J^ mated at about 40 per cent, all round. ' 'S On Thursday morning Robert Thorn- ? 'I son, a well-known business man, was ' : f6\md shot in the head under circum stances which point to a determined . attempt at suiciue. Xnomson recently . assigned his estate, and'' hns Jjeen de pressed about the matter. He. was found in a room' with a bullet wound . ' in his head and a pea rifle lying along side him. His recovery is regarded as improbable. . ? While ong.igod grubbing last week Mr. William White, of Molong, was bitti-u on the hand by a black shake.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEARING DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

SHEARING DISPUTE; Mr. Augus Cameron, a Shearers' Delegate, has been sentenced to sis months at Nairandera, for participat ing in- the Widgiewa disturbance. Mr. Horsfall is suing the Australian Worker's Union for £10,000 damages alleged to have baen sustained in con sequence of the strike.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

STATE PARLIAMENT. Mr. Lee formally resigns his .posi tion, as Leader of the Opposition, to day. Tho new leader will be elected next week. Mr. J. H. Carruthers is considered a certainty. Attempts are being made to broaden tho .constitu tion of the Opposition, and not limit tho party to freetraders. . .

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 — 19 September 1902

; Golden Opportunity. T. D. Oxley & Go's., GREAT CLEARING SALE, COMMENCES ON Saturday, 19th July, FOK 13 DAYS ONLY. Don't miss this Golden Opportunity to purchase your Drapery, Clothing, Boots, etc, etc., k*. . At euch extraordinary LOW PEICES. ~&t I Figures are rouiid numbers. See our SALE PRICES, they will make you WEEP FOR JOY. 'WE WILL OFFER SPECIAL LINES EACH DAT, DON'T MISS THESE PLUMS , All goods sold at Sale Prices will be for Cash Only, and No Goods sold at the reduced prices will be taken back j or' exchanged. 'T. D. OXLEY and Co. H. N, GIBSON AND COMPACT. Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. King's Birthday. 10th November, 1902. A. DAYS' ports & Concert in aid of the funds of tho Peak Hill and District Hospital, will be held on the above date ' Programme and full particulars will bo advertised at a later date. W. B. WYNNF, Secretary. con prize oon 3&LV. MONEY. *tU. IHcPhai! Annua...

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

I DRAPERY, MEN'S I CLOTH I NG, BOOTS. ? TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT INSPECTED THE ? - STOCK AT - I A, W. . I I w\ i La \J rf w I I 'New Store at the Coener. H 'We would call attention to the good value offered in all lines of I Drapery, Men* 8 Clothing, Millinery Boots ? and Shoes, etc., etc. , I A. W, Taylor's prices are fixed to suit the bad times. ? REMEMBER THE STORE ON THE CONNER OF I * I Caswell and Dugga Streets. I CARBINGTGN .*. HOTEL, I Caswell Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify the PliUic of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie is carrying on the1 above well-known Hostlery , and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage . ? Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAiyiES ; FREEMAN,' - £RATED WATER AND G0BDIAL MAHlfFAOYyREBP DEEEIBO]STG STEEET, PlTAK HILL. - ? : ? : ? t TOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR & PURITY, FREEMAN'S DERATED ?WATERS* CANNOT: BE SURPASSED. ,- All Orders Attended to Punctually. Toittiitgley .& McPhail. ? . ? ? ? ... \ You cannot do bette...

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

'ML ~.k - ..-. ??-'.. '' '?_?.'.' ' ' ' , -' '-?.-.?? -y::f:--~. .??'?. i ; :. IS TBE^EST, AND THAT1 ? --'? ieoim sort. .-.?...' Jacksons ! UTTLEPEtCES.s ^~^9H ' Jacksons I 1

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

District InteUigeinOe. ;? ? (From Ode Exchange!?.). ''''' ? . : .PAiiKEs. ?.?.-.: ?;;? : :'f:§M The total net f unds-\dbUectod by.-Hwv'-^S Foresters' ,'Ijodg-e as a result of, sub; ;.~S scribers, and a benofitin aid ogthoMt, ^#:# Kembla Disaster Fund amount to £32 ;i';W'; 9«- ' ? ? . ' ? ,'.?'?? ?''?'?. .'M The marriage of lliss- Edith 'Chui ..JiSK .Tqwnsend, the .youngest -dauglltbr'ol';*?'^ 3Iis. Q. TowJiseud, of Parfces, witliMr. : ''?-?:#** ^Walter 'William Dawes, of Bathurst :^0, wok pmuo .in me wcsieyan Ajuurcnj.^ ivigi tlio ceremony being performed by, the ' ?ftr|? Rev. B. Lane. * ' ' ?-jS Since November Inst, the local stor^- ' '??*?? a*e rosoi-voir has only been replenished ;.'': '?:?;% by but ono week's wnter supply. ; ?'*?.;.. ?-?:'£%

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

Doctors Differed Again, BUT . . CURED. . Read what Iifr. Davis wiites : Perth, Juno 5, 190c. Mr. S. A. PALMER, Dear Sir, — I have been invalided for about 2 years and threo months. The doctors treated mo for Inflammation of the Lungs, Bronchitis, and Pneumonia, but foiled to euro me. I used to suf fer with very severe pains through my back and chest, aud had a very nasfy cough. I was in (he Perth Hospital three weeks, but tlio doctor told nio he could do iio more for me, and that I was as well as he could make me, I was laid aside for 1% -weeks at. Free ninntle. The lnudlady of the Club Hotel advised me to to 'try 'VTTADA- T1O, which I have done, and after V taking four bottles -I am now in splen did health. I will bo pleased to answer any enquiries that any sufferer may require in the hope that my hum ble toBtimony may be the njpans of ' ; - leading others to health. ' . . . . *? Yours respectfully,' ' ''' (Signed) FREDERICK DAVIS, Bayswatei-. Witness:. W. «L Kisr, I'eitJi. For Fur...

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 — 19 September 1902

LATESTTWLEGilAMS '' ,:-.- v;^y:^?isE.]^ - ???? ?'?- :;-';w CRICKET. -??;??'.: In. the match, . Australia y.?'The- - Players, .__ 'Australia's . first ''_ innings ? ' - - yielded 4 14 runs.. :*Ihe chief scores were Tramper96 Hili'81, Trumble 68 anS ''-' Hopkins 40. , ,,:.- ..; ' r-'~r ''' ^ ? ~i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. CHAPTER III. TASMANIAN GANGS.—Continued. CASH, KAVANAGH AND JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

:;-»a!ian Bushransing gf^'V-EaiiyDays/ . ?. III^: (By Cnlm.Es White.) m^. ? ? ?? ? ? ij*; . CHAPTEE III. il-: ' TASMANIAN GANGS.— Continued. S/ . - - y S; :- ? CASH, KAVANAGHAN]) JONES ' Wg?- ?' Procured a goodly sizeil stono, nud Ip? resting the csntre rin^, struck and !!$!?'? ' broke it, thus disconnecting tlio irons, t?Jft ..;- nlthough eafli leg still retained its jfe,' separate adornment. Fastening the ||fe chains about each lag, beneath the ^0&p ?''' kner, lie ?waBi-r.'pcrjd foraiticB? T © '$§):?'?'?. fitting moaiojit arrived when -the bil Hji'.o ?''? letted gang left tha yard for 'grub' ffiff and seizing two niglit tubs tliat vrere {fii- ? lying uear plnced ,tiiem enci on ena tf;S^ ' and mounting managed from this porch. j-f'' '-? ?-' to spring and cntcli the top of thy l¥ : . palisade with his hands and drag &i**- iiniself over into the ])ublio thorough fC ??' ' .fare. It was past 3 o'clock, and mid fe ... winter, nobody observed his descent ]:,:'. into tlie ...

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

For Children's Hacking Cough at night,.Wood6' Groat Peppermint Core. Is6d.— 0 -'.:J * It is proposed to close tie Dubbo District Hospital if immediate financial assistance is not rendered by the Government. Andrew Martin and hie wife, Adelaide Martin, hare been committed for trial at the Sessions on Nbvemb r 11, on a charge, of setting fire to their dwelling isx Battye-etreet, Eorbes, on the 30th August.' Emma Elliot, a sister of Mrs. Martin, was also charged but the case against her was dismisaed. -

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

McPHAIL. (F&OM Of B OWN C0RRESPOXDE-1.) A meeting of the McPhail Sports Committee was held on Thursday evening last. There was a very f air attendance. Mr. James Tattersall oc cupied the chair. The programme was submitted, ' approved of, and authorised to be printed. The ordinary fortnightly meeting oi me jx.a..\j.D. ijoujje, was* jiein at Colbran's Hotel, on Monday evening. Mr. Calleway was initiated1 into the order, after which a musical programme was gone through, to which Brothers Croft, Moore, Scott and foymour con tributed. Brother G. Tattersall also favored the audience with a recitation.. A. very pleasant evening was spent. Mr. C. Goldrick, who sustained seri ous injury to his leg whilst playing in a Fancy J)ress Football Match at McPhail, has had a very painful time of it. He is, however, slowly recover ing- ' A meeting of the McPhail Rifle Club, was held on Monday last, for the purpose of presenting prizes to tho successful competitors. There was a good attendance ...

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BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak Kill Express.) Sir, — I see Mrl Fletcher has re turned to the charge, but like an un wary soldier has left his armour be hind him. He now commences by re-stating that protection is destruc tively damaging to the farming busi ness. He again informs the public that at Kadina tho tariff on turnips is actually imposed. Does he dare still HI liVJUVUJ LlAt? lUUa ttltllf Xj£t AS £7U -D LU-3 Duty the farmer has to pay on twelve shillings worth of turnips ? The sel ling price of turnips being £5 to £5 10s does not prove the duty to be 42s 9d on 12s. Let mo tell him that Junius did ask for information regarding 'wages and rents, but Mr. Fletcher gives no reply whatever, either satis factory or otherwise; but not acting like a Daniel come to judgement, but defeating his own purpose by putting forward- a statement that Jiiniut and everybody else can see in the daily papers. evidence and proof of the blood sucking that is actually instituted by Protect...

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

. The Narromine Farmers' and Set tlers' Association are strongly opposing the action of the Minister for Lands in offering as Improvement Leases/some 30000 acres on the Narromine holding. SO new members were enrolled on the Farmers' and Settlers' Association at their meeting on Saturday last Wade's Worm Figs, the Wonderful Worm Worriers, are always elective, 1/- boxes.— O .... i

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Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

Hospital Ball. A meeting of ladies, convened by the Mayoress, was held at the Council Chambers on Saturday afternoon last. There were present Mesdames Mat thews ' (Mayoress) Gibson, Campey, Ray, Jackson, juni\, Wynne, Wil liams, Veitch, Sohoultz, Barrett, find the Misses McAuliffe, A. McAuliffe, Morns and Waiters. Mrs. Ray waa appointed Honorary Secretary, and Mrs. W. B. Wynne, Hon. Treasurer. It was resolved that the following ladies should canvass the country : Mesdames Teiteh, Wyne, Jackson, jr., Campey, and the Misses McAuliffe and Matthews; and Mesdames Gibson, Barrett, and the Missses A. McAuliffe B. Morris' the town, for help towards the forthcoming function. It was also arranged that another meeting should be held on Saturday (to-morrow-.)

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

LOC^L. A Relief Fund in aid of the sufferers by the Mt. Kembla disaster, was recently inaugurated at; the local Public School, by the Principal — Mr. Ray, £1 8s Id was collected from the schollars which amount has been duly forwarded to the committee. Bread is advertised in Bourke at 3d. per loaf. A meeting of gentlemen, interested in the formation of- a local Gun Club, is to be held at Stafford's Club House Hotel on Thursday evening, the 25th. :inst. We ^hope' to see a Targe atten dance, and the enthusiasm displayed which the movement merits. To-morrow there'1 will be a meeting of ladies at the Council Chambers, in connection with Hospital Ball matters. Mr. Geoi Bruce has declined the Chairmanship of the Molong Rabbit Board. , ^. Messrs. Metoalfe and Bowditch have been chosen as Delegates from the Parkes Railway League to wait upon the Minister for Worts, to push matters forward in connection with the Parkes-Peak Hill Line. Steady rain fell; locally throughout Saturday night aid Su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. OUR MEMBER AND THE SHEARING DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 September 1902

Editorial Notes. OUR MEMBEE AOT) THE SHEARING DISPUTE. To everybody's entire satisfac tion the shearing dispute is once more a thing of the past, and members of the A.W.U., vrho but a short time ago, under the misguided authority of their leaders, were loud in their con demnation of ,£1 per hundred, are now amidst the great army of shearers, eagerly clamouring for sheds at this figure. Their Executive, after a five week's battle, have given way to what was in the first instance, but a foregone conclusion, and the only advice and consolation which they now tender to their devoted followers, is to scramble out of the trouble into which they were instrumental in placing them in the best manner that circum stances will permit. Without a doubt a great majority of the shearers were led into the dis pute, not because they consider ed the cause a just one, for their intelligence must have pointed to the fact that the time was in opportune, but out of a sense of duty, of loyalty to their Uni...

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