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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

I|||~' Golden Opportunity. B'-T- D. Oxley & Co's, VI GREAT CLEARING SALE, j|--/-': ' .. COMMENCES ON ... . \ || Saturday, 19th July, W' FOE 13 DAYS ONLY. W ? ? — ? : ? : ? &£::~. &4?.\ Don't mi6s this Golden Opportunity to purchase your W*-* ~ ' ' . v ? - ? ? ? . jK- . . Drapery, Clothing, Boots, efc^etc, U ? ? . At such extraordinary LOW PRICES. -®j ^v Figures are round numbers. See our SAXE PRICES, %'???? they will make you WEEP FOB JOY. §'? WE WILL OFFER SPECIA^L LINES EACH DAY. IXMTMISS THESE PLUMS ?;;::.. All goods sold at Sale Prices will be for Cash Only, and No Goods sold at the reduced pi-ices will bo taken back or exchanged. X. D. OXL,EY and Co. H. B* . GIBSON AND OOMPAKr. ' Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, *?' fPEAK HILL. t PBELIMDf AEY NOTICE. King's Birthday. 10th November, 1902. ';. . ? A DAYS' Sports & Concert in aid of the funds of tJio Peak Hill and District Hospital, . ?-.-. will be held pn tho abov...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

It is the Easiest Thing in the World to ruin a fine gown — simply wear an ugly pair of shoes. But don't do if. Come straight hero, we can show you that we have as muck taste in Shoes as a Dressinaker lias hi her gowns, or your Milliner in her hat. ? T1h'b is the time of year when there is a Big Demand for Light Dressy Shoes — Shot's that will 6et off the finest walking' or street costume. We have just this class of Shoo. Stylish, neat, perfect fitting, and lasting. AND WHAT IS MOKE, 'our Prices will please you. JACKSON, Universal Providers. PEAK IIIIX. i i i i THE MARKETS. (SHEEP. e d Merino Wethers, prime, to 19 0 „ . . „ extra, to 20 0 ,, ,, good, to 15 0 ., ,, medium, to 11 0 Crossbred wethers, prime, to 23 0 ,, ,-j „? extra, to 31 3 „ „ good, to If! 0 „ ,, medium, to 11 6 Merino Ewes, Prime, to 15 G „ ,, -extra, to 17 0 » ,91. g°0(l. t0 12 0 ,, ,, , medium, 9 6 Crossbred Ewos, prime, to 18 0 '7 „ extra, to 21 0 „ „ good, to 12 C ,, ,. medium, to 10 0 Lambs, prune, to ? . . 13 0 ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

; ??:- 1 WECfiOWD ?M The utmost Value into oar -5a* ^*JH| inents, and affix iko littlest ol iWn LITTLE PRICES, « Jacksons! I

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

District Intelligence^ (FROM OtTB ExctlAKOES.) i* PARCEft. The weather has. been close and muggy for some timo past. -v J_ : . : Fjrjt-class Constable Greetoaway, 1 look-up keeper at Parkes, lias been ?'- removed to Forbop. He is succeeded by Constable Grant of that town* . On Wednesday, at the residence of \T». TI Tit tt:h *»r.. tvt-*« tt ? . ? ? married to Miss Alice Green, Bocond daughter of Henry Green, Esq., of ParkeB.- Tho ceremony waB performed ? by tho. Venerable Archdeacon Neild- and only tho relatives of the young couple were present. Mr. S. E. Close, J.P., met with a painful accident on Monday evening last, which will confine him to Ids bed for two or tbreo weeks. It appears ' that Mr. Close -was assisting to put a . bale of wool into a dray at the roar of his promises in plarinda*streek Just as tho wool was in tho cart it suddenly ? tippedj- and Mr. Close {who wasin the dray^ was precipitated head foremost to the ground, nud pinned by thd bale against the eide of the car...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

'? - ;V^-^i2^^--''^vf--- '??;V^--':-''-.'''':^'^-!ife-JTiri.-;.'.--ijL. --' ???--1 '^'^v, ; ??'?' .! ^-^g^STHlNG; SOOTS. . --- ^ TO THOSE TCS.0 HAVE Nq?J5^^pP^s^H^:v-^*s** -:. . ., .-. !.-%£?*?; ? ???? ----- - ;s^:s:^D^iflT Hew Stose'at^the CJorner. -,' We 'would call ntteoiiajij^to the good ;*-alue ofioreA in all lines of. -. . '.. Drapery ^tMen's (Slothing, Millinery Boots A. W. Taylor'si)riiDfrs%rerfixed to suit the bad times. EEMEMBEE THE STORE ON THE X3Ofii4Ell OP , V I ... ;???-.;?.??-=.?' .?:?'???'',?.'.'; ' C^^lij^c^afi^gg^i : streets., £ THtriSHES'to notify the Public of Peat Hill and Surrounding District that lio is carrying TV on the above woll-known Hosttery.andhopestpraerita faireliareof publiopatronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, /[RATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DERRIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. FOE EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR & PURITY, FREEMAN'S DERATED WATERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punctually. J. W. LEES, Tomingley...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The late Mr. J. Strahorn. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

The late Mr. J. Stra horn. By his last will, Mr. John Strahorn, grazier, of Mungery, who died at Derowie, on May 1 last, appointed his brother-in-law, F« J/Martel, grazier, of Dandaloo, and his brother, Hugh Strahorn, . grazier, of Donrowie, and William Strahorn. grazier, of Mungery trustees and executors of Ms estate. t The testator bequeathed his life assur ance policy of a £1000 in tho A.M.P. Society to his trustees upon trust for his two Nieces, Maggie aud Minnio May Strahorn, in equal shares; £500 each to his sisters, Mw, Jatnes Baird, Mrs. Helen Aspinall (Wife of the Eev. Arthur A. Aspinall, of Lady Robin ion's Beach), Mrs. 'Jessie Martel, and Margaret Strahom ; and £300 to his Niece Janet Land Strahorn. Subject to the above bequests ho devised tho whole of his real and, personal 'estate.' to ni's l-rotheiTS Hugh and -William': jn equal shares. ' By a codiciL to Ms will he appointed George Isaac Softbn, of Dubbo, 'aiid John S. Hfcrahoru, of Glen Isla, Tomingley, additional tru...

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Works Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

Works Committee. The Public Works Committoe, con sisting of Messrs. McFsrlane, (chair man), Hughes, Kethel, Moore, McGowen, and Hawthorne, visited Peak Hill on Monday last, with tho object of taking evidence on the Alter native of the proposed Toute of Bail way trom w.ems -JreeJj; to Wellington. Quite a disappointment was experi enced when it became known tKat the Committee were only prepared 4b take evidence which: had bearing on the construction oJE a line frbhi^JWerris Creek. to Dubbo,* and that nothing relative to the country this side of Narromine could be received officially. Tho Committee, however, were, on the whole, very lenien^ and the different witnesses were not slow in availing themselves of every opportunity to extol the merits of the surrounding district, and to point out the great benefits to be derived . from railway communication with the south. ? It was manifest, -that - the mention of opening up-a market in Melbourne for local products-, was far from being; favou...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

Hospital Ball. A meeting of the Ladies Committee of tho above, was held at the Council Chambers, on Saturday afternoon last. Present : Mesdames W. B. Wynne (in tho chair), Veitch, Barrett, Gibson, Wileox, P. J. Wynno, and the Misses M. McAuliffe. Morris, A. McAuliffe, Hnnd, aud Matthews. ill __il _ _ ? J. ? J A ? 1 ? _~_.n All matters wore xuuuu *m uu [jlv gressing favorably. The collectors re25orted having al ready received the sum of £10 4s 8d in cash, iu addition to the edibles pro mised. It was arranged to hold ano ther meeting on tho following Satur dny (to-morrow).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KADINA. JOHNSON GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

„: KADIliTA. XFbom Oub Ovto Ooeeesposdest.) JOHNSON GEASS. Tho Zachfonder recently referred to Johnson Grass as 'profitable, and that stock eat it ravenously when cut ; and, the poorer the land and drier the sea son the better it thrives.' It has nei ther of those qualitiesat Kadina; Mr. F. Beasley has had it 'growing for ten years, and is anxious to exterminate it : but like the Couch-ffraas. its divis ible roots make it very difficult to extirpate. Mr. Beaeley finds that it only grows well when other things do, namely, in good land, in a1 good sea son, and under careful cultivation ; and, moreover stock fiat it reluctantly, and leave most of what is cut and supplied to thorn. He advises that tho -space and trouble it involves would be bet ter devoted to more palpable and pro fitable crops. At dusk on Friday 26th, an unusual thunderstorm camo up from the south, accompanied with inceesnnt sheet lightning. Thirty points of rain were registered.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Jottings.. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

Current Jottings.. (By GBAssHorrEit.) Judging from the number of citizens who are daily returning from South Africa, it is not a land flowing with '3Glk and Honey ' as many of the would-be emigrants believe. Apart ?from the Building Trade which is now booming, there seems to be little or no demandior White labour' The Blacks, who are as numerous as flies, are em ployed in all classes of unskilled labour, and as they work for about 3s 6d a day, it is impossible, with the high rate of living, for a white man to compote. Consequently many who crossed there in the expectation of receiving remunerative employment, have been thrown into the ranks of the unemployed, where they become good, victims of tlio numerous land sharks and stroet rollers with which South South Africa is at present well sup plied. According to the Cape Times there were during last year, nine hun dred treated in the various hospitals, being the victims of garroting in the public places. It is significant also to note ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gala Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

Gala Day. The Committee which had been ap pointed to carry out matters in con nection with the above, held their final meeting in Murrell's Hotel, on Saturday last, the 27th ulto. Mr. Matthews occupied the chair, 'and there were presont Messrs. J. Hand, E. Newbigging, Davey, Potts, DeLacy, and Gibson. After tho minutes of the previous meeting had been confirmed, the Bal ance Sheet, (advertised in a previous issue) was submitted and adopted. Mr. DeLacy moved, seconded by Mr. Davey, that the Joint Secretaries be granted an hororariuta of £3 3s each for services rendered. — Carried. It was then resolved that the bal ance of £51 10s 2d be handed over to the Association. Mr. Hand said that Mr. DeLacy, for the work done By him, in connection with the concert; and Mr. Potts for his services as Treasurer, should be recog nised in some way. Mr. Gibson stated that he fully con curred in what Mr, Hand had said. It was through the instrumentality of Mr. DeLacy, thatthe concert had been such a h...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

LOCAL. The following block of land will be gazetted for auction shortly : — 9250 acres in one block on Bulgandramine holding ; distant 8 miles from Tomin gley and 20 miles from Narromine ; upset annual retaL £115 12s 6d. A thunderstorm passed over the Town on Friday evening last. As a result some 30 pDints of rain fell. Our local Commission Agent, Mr. TV. McAuliffe, returnod to town on iSaturdayafter a rather extensive trip in quest of grass. He visited Eugo wra, Canowindra and Goologong, and describes the grass around the two lat ter places, although nothing excep tional, as better than that - around Peak Hill. Tho different 6tock routes in the country through which he pas sed, are also looking well. The next sitting of the Dubbo Land Board will lie h^lil on tho Hth and 15th inst. Tho grass is glowing nicely around the Peak. The Common, Mr. Solby's selection, Mrs. Penman's selection, and Mr. Willmott's selection, probably look the best bo far. The value of gold taken out of the Pro...

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Editorial Notes. DISTRICT MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

Editorial Notes. DISTBICT MAIL ARRANGE MENTS. We would again raise our voice in this connection, as tho present affords an excellent opportunity to, .push our claims for 'that -which is so much needed, viz., 'better communication with the outside distrigt. Under ex isting conditions, we are as completely severed from the western portion, as though we were on the other side of Molong, with a result that business, and commercial interchange are ab sorbed by another centre. As before pointed out in these columns, too much could not be snid of the vast im portance attached to the systematic and regular delivery of mails from a town to its environments. Tenders arc now out for the conveyance of mails from Parkes to Bullock Creek, and it would appear that now, if at all, is the time to strike for our rights. A communication lifts beon forwarded from the local Council to the Deputy Postmaster, asking him to hold over the matter of the contracts pending tho submission of a petition which is...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

The'* Forbes Rabbit Board -Iiav-; decided tlja^ it is undcgirablo to levy any assessment on stockowiiers at ilie prcsejrf time. It was also resolved that 'November 1st be published as thu day from which owners or occupiers of land shall be required to suppress and destroy rabbits according to the pro visions and penalties provided by the Rabbit Act of 1901. The Minister for Works has pro mised to have a survey onJhe Bogan River made between Dandaloo aud Gongolgon, in connection with tho proposal to construct a series of weirs along its course. On Wednesday, at 3 a.m., the stables, temporary bar, and outhouses of Fogarty's Hotel, Dandaloo, and re-, mnants of tho old hotel, were comple tely destroyed by fire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

For Chronic Chest Complaints Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. One of the oldest residents of Mo long, in the person of Mre. Robert Shields, passed away on Friday last. Her husband erected the first house in Molongr, aiid was first Mayor after the incorporation of the municipality. Says the Forbes Gazette, what with shearing and depression generally, Forbes has not been so quiet for years. Eelative to the threatened plague of grasshoppers in the Condoholin district the department arc now issuing Fnngu* to applicants, in order to check the: evil in time. Several residents of Dubbo aver that they felt a distant earth tremor just before the sharp thunderstorm that passed over the town at 3.40. a.m. last Friday. Worms undermine Children's Con stitutions. Use Wades Worm Figs Is bores. — 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

Relief at Last. FEOM THE DREADED PILES. MANY MEDICINES PROVE UN AVAILING. BILE BEANS EVER SUCCESS FUL. One of the most inconvenient and disagreeable complaints from which a person can suffer is Piles. The pri mary cause of Piles is constipation. And the main course to take in curing the complaint is te obtain regularity in the bowels. Thus being free from Constipation, tho Piles will soon dis appear. To obtain this result, a mild cathartic is necessary, and such is to be found in Bile Beans for Bilious ness, and tho success of this remedy for curing Piles, after many so-called remedies havo failed, is amply sub stantiated by tho many gratoful letters received from past sufferers from this distressing complaint. Mr. Albert Evans, of Albury, N.S.W., writes: — ' For tho past four years I have been subject to Piles. By occupation I am a clerk to a cattle salesman, my prin cipal dutios being to attend cattle sales at the yards, sometime* in very unpro p'tious weather. And this exposure t...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

LATEST TELEGRAMS [By W-ike£| J. N. Carruthers, leader of the op position tabled his motion of censure attacking the Government in relation to the Freidman case. He made a very strong indictment. Tho Premier replied, defending Wises' action, and quoted parallel cases. Ashton, Eoso, and P. Oceonnor M.L.A.s supported the motion, while Crick and Geore:e opposed. It is probable that the de bate will concludo to-night. . - The Victorian Elections Have result ed in the. return of an overwhelming majority for tho Government. Nearly 3000 fatal cases of cholera have occurred in the Up district, Phil lipine Islands. The people are fleeing to the mountains leaving their dead. Three thousand strikers at Pennsyl vania, U.S. dynamited quarries and buildings 'the Milita have been called out. -?? -1'. ? Madam Zola was terribly affected on learning of the death of her hus band. The Catholics and Anti-Semites are jubilant at his death. Serious earthquakes have occurred at Guatemala, British Honduras. ...

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Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. CHAPTER III. TASMANIAN GANGS—Continued. CASH, KAVANAGH AND JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

Australian Bushranging TN THE Early Days. -(By Chabi.es Wmtz.) CHAPTER m. ; TASMANIA^ GAtfGS.— Continued, CASH, KAVANAGH AND JONES. Having replenished tlieir store of provisions, iho gang made for the Shannon, and for about a fortnight their chief pastime was firing at taigete j narked on trees ; Cash declared that lie ' 'seldom failed to place a bullet in %he circle at a distance of 180 yards nnd further,' Soon the party were ready for fresh exploits ; and so wo ' lind tUem creating a Bensation near .Jjako Euho, 'sticking up' the settlers, nnd even, making a euoceasful raid upon Captain McKay, who was re nowned as a very determined soldier, «nd a vigilant soldier hunter of escaped xriminale. As usual they first visited one of the huts and obtained from a ehopherd full paticulars of tko place and the habits of 'the master,' and ±hon took the man with them to pre 'vent his raising an alarm. On the 'way to tho house, they fell in with a settler named Gellibrand, whom they also took al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 October 1902

LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required. Prompt returns a Speciality. * HARRISON/JONES & DEVLIN, ? JLIM1TED. lAf fl Cl I PRINCIPALS having over ? ? UU L 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE QCI 1 Ill-P CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. f£^ d L Im I 1 « CJ! - Strict attention to details, RRR U FRQ WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. LfilUllLlaO Offices & stores Circujar Quay? Sydney. Wewtown, Ensnare. MarrlckufSle, Ail Acquainted with this Case. The Case of Mr. W. O. COOTT. (AN INDKrttHllENT nF.rOPT.) To those w^ose business bringit bcm into contact With niimcu.ra individual! ?-'. ncws tftrily various temptranieuta it is generally considered an ialicrait quality u- he el-!A '?* croato favourable impressionH on prol;nl»Ii- customers when negotiations arc in then rudimental etago. Where cue man tuny succeed soother may fail, ticcui iling lo llio Uct and discro^oe 4iij-Ureu ia apjji-oarii Ing the prospe«&re o1n««. tij»«»^»vs in stances of failure occur v here success fenced to be assured,...

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