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KADINA [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

KADINA. (From Oun Own Cokes9po»tdest.) A Mechanics Institute or School of Arts would be a going concern in Peak Hill but for the scarcity of cash. It is a pity this shortness of money ; for, when a white Australia is so much talkod about, people ought to live up to the privileges of white nations. Coloured races are going well ahead. The Maorics, Tongaus, and Japanese *uu ^tiiuu^ nuiiuui auu uuuuge euuua tion and take a keen interest in keep ing up with the times. It is a marvel that Peak Kill has endured without a reading room, library and lecturej.hall so long ! Here at Kadiua, 'where homes are far apart and miles remote, a public library has been in use for about five years, and contains about 250 volumes. In addition, the Go vernment arrange to loan 100 books, changing the 100 every four months. A reading room for magazines, perio dicals and newspapers would be greatly* appreciated here, if the homos were ' onlj closer together. We envy the inhabitants of Peak Hill the opportu n...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

- WELLINGTON. Tho lengthy period of drought con ditions 'appears to have given the ground such a 'gruelling' that the rain already fallen has not had tho full effect anticipated on grass and crops. Mr. C. !B. Gadenj of Apsley, has had rather a severe tunTof illness of late.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

GENERAL NEWS. King Leopold's harsh treatment of iiis daughter is severely condemned by the English Press. President Roosevelt of the United States, has undergone a slight* opera tion on his knee, injured in the recent carriage accident at Pittsfiold.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

Editorial Notes. The agitation, in connection with the extension of a line of fiailway to Peak Hill, appears, at last, to have met with a certain measure of success, as borne out by the announcement that the Works Committee will visit the town on Monday next, to take evidence relative to the Parkes-Peak Hill route. Though there is a diver sity of opinion, as to which would be the more suitable line, all are of the belief that Railway communication, from no matter what sourcjl, is the very thing tb#t the farmers and others so much require ; and as . pointed out by a number of speakers at the Eailway League, meeting on Saturday last, it vv'as quite im material, in the interests of which route the Committee had come to take evidence. It was for those who knew the district, to testify as to its productiveness, &c, in a clear and impartial manner, and then leave it to the officials to decide which route should be adopted. Provided that Peak Hill is connected with the railway syst...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

STATE TREASURY.- i The Colonial Treasurer delivered his Budget lost niglit. He 'vra? sub sequently congratulated on his clear, and capable. -statemunt. 'It. showed that the surplus on last year's workings . to be three thousand pounds odd. The present deficit is £81,000 and it is es~ iimatwi tnat tins xnu be translormed into ii surplus of £3000 by the end of the tinancial year. The Treasurer veut on to state that the reduction of salaries of civil servants would be the vory lust resort of the Government. Mr. J. H.Can'uthers, the new leader of the opposition intimated that the Government would not be attacked on the statement

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

THE SORT YOU WiW IS THE BEST, AND THAT IS OUR SORT. Jacksons !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Intelligence. NARROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

District InteUigreiioeV (FnOM Oust Ejcchakoep.)- ? ,':. NARR0M1NE. 4 X Tho banquet and concert, in conhec- * tion with, the local Wesleyan Church, hold O« Wnfinpsdflv. nio-irt'*— ' «- fi- onifjlp.^i Tho Farmers' and SfiHJnrs' Axannia. tion is going ahead. Tho Hon. Socrc ?tary Jhaa .onitilJod 58 meinbSvs to dat& 4 fliid^expucls-to liave i-00 ici^a^a f^V| SfigKt. ^ They are goiugior. V-jra^r'neS.S:

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

DRftPERY, MEN'S * ©tiQj'HING, BOOTS. TO THOSE WHO fiAVENOT' INSPECTED THE - ... ?- v-^^v^BTOti^AT ?.?.??? ? ?? . : . A. W. ' ; *. TAYLOR'S New Store at the Corner. 'We would call attention to the good value offered in all lines of . . ? /' Drapery, Men's Clothing, Millinery Boots and Shoes, etc., etc. A. W. Taylor's prices are fixed to suit the bad times. REMEMBER THE STORE ON THE CORNER OF ' ? Caswell and Dugga Streets. ? *? ? .' . ' - - ????' ' ' ''?..?'. WISHES to notify tho Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he ia carrying1 on the above -well-known Hoatlery, and hopeuto merit a fair share of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, DERATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTORER, DEEEIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. — . ? ? ? ^ FOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR & PURITY, FREEMAN'S DERATED WATERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punctually. J. W. LEES, Tomingley & McPhail. _ . . You cannot do better than give him a trial. Everythin...

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 III. TASMANIAN GANGS—Continued. CASH, KAVANAGH AND JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

JastraSian .Bushrangitig ; ?* '' ???-: JX THE Early Bays. (By Chaeles White.) . CHAPTER in. TABMANIAN GANGS.— Continued. CASH, KAVANAGH AND JONES. Bofore the buslirangers left, the ladies and gentlemen in the room Tver© relieved of their watches, jewellery, and purses ; but the young ladies wore 'y-'_: : not at all alarmed, having heard that Uanli air', his mates were very consider ate in their treatment of the 'weaker vessels' who chanced to fall into their ? Tinnrin nnii hpinor nnw in n nnsii.inn to personally test the accuracy of the re port. Taking a respectful leave of their victiws,tho bushrangers marched off, carrying their booty to wh&tthey termed their fortress. They literally loaded Mrs. Cash with silk dressos and jewellery from4ho store which they had Bo.^f easily acquired . at the f ortresB, and they learned that a detachment of H.M, 51st King's Own Light Infantry under Major Ains worth were scouring the bush in search -of them. They then decided to remain in hid...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS SOUTH AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

LATEST TELEGKAM^ {BTWm.j SOUTH AfEICA Krageris reported to hare received £30,000 from the Publisher of Leh maun, fur his memoirs, wh'«'i sum he has arranged to de7ote to -the relief of destitute Boors. '

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 — 26 September 1902

H' I.I I * It is the Easiest Thing in the World to ruin a fine gown — simply wear tin ugly paii- of shoes. But don't do it. Come straight here, we enn show you that we have as much taste in Shoes as a Dressmaker hns in her gowns, or your Milliner in her hat. ThiB is the time of yoar_ wlien thero is a Big Demand for Light Dkkssy Shoes— Shoes that will set off tho finest walking or street costuino. 'We have just this classgjf Shoe. Stylish, neat, perfect fitting, and lasting. AND WHAT IS MORE, our Prices will ploose you. JACKSl & JACKSON, Universal Providers. PEAK KIIJL. i i i i For Sale. BRENTWOOD HO M E S T E A D SELECTION, Dubbb Road, 2 miles from Teak Hill, 388 acres. Also ?iOO (more or less) hoggets. Price and terms on application to J. A. BAMBER, Peak Hill. The Battle of Gettys burg. , After a. lapse of seven join, the manage ment of the Gycloraraa decided to replace ' Jonualem' by re-erecting that mastorpieoc of Cyclorai»»Art, the 'Battle of Gettyoburg' which wuiBed no ...

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 — 26 September 1902

Golden Opportunity. : T. D. Oxley & Go's., GKEAT CLEARING SALE, ;. ^ COMMENCES ON' I Saturday, 19th July, FOR 13 DAYS ONLY. * V'~- -» JXm't miss +V- ' den Opportunity to purchase your \ I)ri'*r*'u Clothing, Boots, etc., etc., ? At such extraordinary LOW PRICES, -©a ^Figures are rouud numbers. See our SALE PRICES, they will make you WEEP FOR JOY. WE WILL OFFER SPECIAL LINES EACH DAY. ? PQFTT M.I9B THEBE PJLUMS All goods sold at Sale Prices will be for Cash Only, and No G-OOds sold at the reduced prices will be taken back or exchanged. T...D. OXLEY and Co. H. N. GIBSON AND COMPANT. Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. King's Birthday. 10th November, 1902, -??;''. .?/-??? ? A DAYS' Sports & Concert in ai 1 of the funds of tlie Peak Hill and District Hospital, will be held on the above date Programme and full particulars will be advertised at a later date. W. B. WYNNF, Secretary. « ft ft PRI2JE fJJTft d&am...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

LIBERAL ADVANCES i Accurate^Valuations, when required. i ? *' ' ? Prompt returns a Speciality. HARRISON, JONES 'ft DEVLIN, ? ; LIMITED. UtI ft fl i Pg!(J!lCIPXLS having over II V %J &? 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE ftfl 1 I lift CONDUCT ALL V/OOL SALES. ^J L fc, b- I I a %M Str'Ct attention to details, TWkfbaffifP B%4\ WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. DlHmLlBQ Offices & stores CircuIar Quay Sydney. Three Years Liver Trouble. CLEMENTS TONIC SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR CURE. The Oaae t Mrs. {CATHERINE OAKLAND. (BT OUR SPECIAL REFOBTRB.) * 'Your vjait h»t come aa a pleasant rarprise to me,' wag tlie remark frith which Mr«. Garland, of No. 4 Denliam-street, Burry Hills, greeted the reporter from thin journal, as it savrs mo the trouble of writing to you about my bad attnok of liver complaint, from which I suffered terribly. I Kin «. very poor cunospomlent at the best of times, preferring like moat members of my box, to receive letters rather tliau write them ; but I am so consoioui of a deep o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mysterious Fire. CASE OF ARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

mysterious Fire. CASE OF ARSON. The inquiry into circumstances surrounding the fire, which occurred at the rear of the shop occupied by Mr. Connolly, saddler, and owned by Mr. C. W. Barnettj on the night of the 17th inst, occupied the attention ol 4-1*,. /Xiwi...... !!♦'_ U XT /'»:* ? ? 3 — iuq ^VIUUUj J1JLI. XXw XI. VX1UBUU, UUU a jury of twelve, the greater part of Tuesday last. Some eight witnesses were examined, after the jury had been duly sworn, an adjournment to the seat of the fire was made in order to permit of them making a thorough inspection of the premises. On resum the first witness summoned was Sergeant Brayne: He deposed, at about 10 minutes to 12 o'clock of the 17th inst, heard tho alarm of fire, immediately dressed, and' went to the premises owned by Mr. Barnett, in Caswell Street, previously used as butcher's shop. I now produce rough plan of premises which I have pre pared. On arrival at the premises found that a room at the extremo rear of the saddler's shop was...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

Wade's Worm Figs, the Wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective. I/- boxes,— ;0

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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McPhail Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

McPhail Sunday School Anniversary. The Sunday School connected with the Methodist Church at McPhnii, held their second anniversary on Sunday last. ^Three services«avore conducted 'by theBev. Mr. Holliday, B.A. Dubbo, ana appropriate hymns rendered .at each, by the scholars and choir, nnder the able leadership of the choir master and itfiool Superintendent, Mr. MorrjV, On the following Monday evening the distribution of prizes by the Rev. D. D. Huater, and also a concert by the children took place. The church was crowded to overflowing. Imports from the secretary to the effect that 90 children- were on the roll, nnd the treasurer that tho finances were in a most flourishing condition, were vend. The various items given by tho scholars were greatly appreciated by the audience. The people of McPhail can. undoubtedly appreciate a good entertainment when tendered to them. The items on the programme wero action: songs, and .recitations by the scholars. Mrs. Hocking rendered 'Whisper and I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

Eace Club ... A meeting oi 'the PeTai Hill Ssco Club, j.wns;: held' at =the : Ciiininercial Hotel du. Monday lBst,4Jio 22ud.ihst. . anid: there 'w^re^p^ntjiijBsrs. tfibsoD, Kennedy, Murrell; and the Ho£ Sec. Subsequent to the minutes of tho* previous meeting being read, and the correspondence received for discussion, the Chairman pointed out, that with reference to the sending of a delegate to the Conference at Orange,' he had interviewed Mr. Weston, the Secretary of tho Parkes Jockey Club, who had informed aim that it was not the in tention of- the Conference to endoavour to 6ever all relations with *Jio A.J.C., not until thoy were much stronger at all -events. Personally he did not see why country clubs should be compelled to pay £1 Is into tho fuuds of the AT.J.C. in order to register their meet ings. They had no voice in A.J.C. affairs whatever. Another matter which would be dealt with at the Con ference, would be the endorsement of disqualifications. As matters stood, horses co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 September 1902

Hospital Ball. A meeting of the committee, to arrange all details in connection with the above, was held at the Council Chambers on Thursday the 18th ulto., The President of the Institution occupied the chair, and there were present Messrs. Fitzgerald, Darey, C. H. Stephens, Soutsr, Cooper, Haynos, McAskill, Wynne, Miles and J. Jack son. Apologies wore read from Messrs. Rrv, C. F. Stephens, and Campey for tiioir nou -attendance. It was proposed by Mr, Haynes,. ;, seconded by Mr. Fitzgerald that Messrs. Wynne and McAskill actas.|bint.Hon. Secretaries. — Carried. Mr. McAskill proposed, seconded by Mr. Davey, that Mr. Fitzgerald bo appointed Hon. Treasurer. Some dis cussion then ensued . as to the rates of admission to the ball. - Ultimately it was agreed that the price of double tickets should- be 7s 6d and single 5s, Mr. McAskill wished to know, if a gentleman brought two ladies would he have to pay an additional 5s. Mr. Haynes thought it would be advisable to impose this rate. Mr. D...

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 — 26 September 1902

LOCAL. The Sfayor has been informed by Mr. plara, M.L.A. that the con struction of a line of Railway from Parkes to Peak Hill, is a certainty provided the 'Wellington- Verris Creek route is not carried. Mr. Hunter is making satisfactory progress with the survey of the pro posed route- from Molong to Peak Hill. Our old; and respected-Townsman — Mr. Henry Stephens, has boen indis posed for several days past. He has had ' a slight attack of pleurisy. We are pleased tql:_6tate, however, that lie is recovering/' Holy communion willbe celebrated by the Rev. H. T. Tranmar, at Tomingley on Sunday next, at 1 1 a.m. On' Sunday last the Yen. Arch. Neild conducted services at Peak Hill and McPhail. His visit was much appreciated. ** ' The Rifle competition, which has been in progress for some, months past, was brought to a conclusion on Wednesday last, ' when Mr. A. N. Davey secured his third win. This entitles' him to Mio Rifle. We con gratulate Mr. Davey on his shooting. Owing to the pressure...

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