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COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
COMMON. A meeting of the Common Trustees, was held immediately after the above. Minutes duly confirmed. . Correspondence. Inwards : Department of Lands ask ing if .the Trustees had any objection to the alienation of an area of 10 acres which had' been am-lied for with the intention of using it as a site for a new hospital. ''' Department of Lands Stock Branch, informing the Trustees that they had no power to grant the application of ten acres on which toerect a slaughter ing house. J. Carroll asking forpermission to register his stock on the common. Trustee Hand moved, seconded by Trustee Davey that intimation bo sent to Mr. Carroll that the Trustees were unable to accede to his request. — Car- ried. ? Reports. The Secretary reported that 108 head of cattle, 40*headjof horses, 30 head of sheep, and 5 head of goats were regis tered on the common. The Treasurer reported a credit balance of £1 1 0s JOd. The commoner reported the follow ing movement of stock. 90 head horses from Mr. Oat...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Municipal Council. . The usual fortnightly meeting of the ' above was held at the Council Cham bers on Wednesday 22nd inst.- . . There were jpiesent Aldermen Gib son ([in the Chair f4 Davey, J. Hand, Kennedy, I itchfield, Swain, and the ~ Council Clerk. Mr. W. B. Wynne. The minutes «f previous meeting were duly confirmed.- ???' ' -Cobhespondence. Outward : To A. Grade, re Govern ment Tank. _ P. J. Clara, M.L.A- re Government Tank. . Commissioner for Stamps/ Government Printer, asking for Gazette containing Municipal By-laws. Inward : Public Works Department, intimating that no money is available with which to proceed with the work of constructing a weir. . -; Department of Lands, drawing at tention to.gazzottal of Rubbish Depot on the Common. ^- ' AGracie/re Government Tank, JBepoht. ?:,'.- The Treasurer reported -a debit bal ance at the Bank of £14 16s 8d. Works Committee : That fresh ten ders had been called for the road work ' required to be done. That J. Norris had been put on t...
Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Original Poetry. She storm and stress of human life Lose half their carking care, And, banished weUis bitter strife, When Woman's self is there. Within the depths of her grey eyes, What tears of passion dwell ? To raise our hopes beyond the skies, Or dash them deep' ia Hell. To man we turn in thoughtful mood, To learn nis classic lore ; From him extract our mental food, As gold from flinty ore. But Women's smile is sweeter far,. ;.. Than Sage or Tophists'page. ' , _ Through life she is our guiding star, From early youth till age. Perhaps there-is no Heaven, no Hell, No life beyond the tomb, So lfit us worship^Wonian well, : Defying, earthly' gloom. ? . ^-r-NnmoD. The- Rev. Oldham, -will conduct ser vices at Dandaloo and Waterloo on Sunday noxt. ' -:-- ?.'— :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
LIVER COMPLAINT, INDIGESTION* ASP .?'..- General Weakness T All StrccuMB To VITAMTIO August 19th, 1901. Mr. S. A. PALMER, Agent for Webber's VITADATIO. Dear Sir, — I wisli to add my testi mony Mo 'the value of VITADATIO. For over five years I vras a great suf ferer from Liver Complaint, Indiges tion and General Weakness, I was un able to follow my usual occupation, and for three years had been under several medical men ; I have also taken courses of almost nil the well known patent medicines without any benefi cial results. Whist living 'at Marl' borough, about two years ago, I lieard of tlie wonders being performed through the agenoy of VITADATIO, and, after making enquiries, I decided to give it a trial, whioh I did, with. Uio result thsA at* the present time I am fully restored to health and (eel itmy duty to let others know' what .VTTA DATIO has done for me,- ^- I will bo glad to answer any enqui ries about my case personally or by- ? letter *%fcich must have stamp ad dressed en...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
DRAPERY, WElNTS CLOTHING, BOOTS. TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT INSPECTED THE STOCK AT A. W. TAYLOR'S New Stob$ 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 STOKE ON THE CORNER OF Caswell and Dugga Streets. CARRINGTON .*. HOTEL, Caswell Street, ^eak Hill. \yiSHEfB to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he is^carryong IT' on the above well-known Hostlery, and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. . Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, /[RATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DEKRIBONG STEEET, PEAK HILL. FOE EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR. & PURITY, FREEMAN'S JEBATED AVATERS CANNOT, BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punckmlly. Tomiiigle- & McPhail. You cannot do better than give Mm a trial. Everything kept in stock from a Needle to an AncJwr. ^.l ? , Positively the Che...
Dubbo Rabbit Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Dubbo Babbit Board. On Saturday last the secretary of the Dubbo Rabbit Board (Mr. R. G. Dul hunty) handed over to the Dubbo pos tal officials 964 letters to be registered. The envelopes contained the first assessment notices issued by the board. For each of these 964 letters a receipt had to be made out and several entries. were also necessary in connection with each separate assessment; but by working at high pressure the officials managed, in addition to their ordinary tasks, to get about 300 away by the afternoon mail, and by putting in a few hours on Sunday, succeeded in despatching the remainder by Monday morning. An even larger number of letters for registration had been recei ved a few weeks previously — 1100 in one batch — from, the electoral registrar, Mi-. R. T. MacNevin.— Dubbo Dispatch.
LATEST TELEGRAMS WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
LATESTTELEGRAMS [By Wire.] ' WOOL SALES. Good wools are very firm, Inferior sorts are easier. Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson & Co,, 6old as follows : — From Forbes and Q-renfell up to 10 Jd „ Tarcutta „ lid „ Mudgee . „ 10£d „ Cobbadah „ lOd Jerilderio „ 9}d „ Tenthill - .„, 9£d „ Moree „ 9£d ,, Boggabilla „ 9d Poor conditioned wasted wools from 6£d to -8d. The Steamer 'Venton,' bound from Wellington-to Hong-Kong, foundered near Hokianga, New Zealand/:, on. Tuesday last. -The last boat ,to leave ±lio doomed vessel was capsized./ The Captain, Third Mate, and seven; men were drowned. By the King's wish, the Cruiser 'Good Hope,' willconveyMr. Chambe lain to the Cape. The postponed trip has created a great impression. There is much favourable comment by the Continental Press. The Assembly sat until 2. 30. this morning discussing the estimates. The Federal Cabinet has decided to remit shipping Telegrams at State Cost. Weather reports to be free. A annonymous letter has been received ...
Convent School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Convent School Concert. In compliance with an invitation from the promoters of the above, we attended a rehearsal by the children, of tiieir proposed entertainment to take place on the evening of Monday, the 10th November. Every item is full of interest. The singing of the ' cliild ren is excellent, and the performance will, without doubt, command the greatest enthusiasm i-iglit from start to finish. The programme is varied with Comic Songs, Marches, &c, -while the Dramas have apparently been carefully selectedjthechildrengoingtliroughtheir respective parts in excellent style. In such a excellent list of performances it would be difficult to discriminate, as all are so splendidly rendered as to please the most cynical, but two in particular are. really worth special mention. These are an action song by the senior girls, entitled ' Beauti ful Flowers,' and a solo by a little girl named DeWarr. We feel sure it will be the univorsal comment of those pre sent that they have seld...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Lopal and General. _ 72 points of ram were registered at Peak Hill during Friday night last. Curra Station 'cut out' on the 24th inst., having put through between 8000 and 9000 sheep in three weeks and four days. Mr. G. H. Langley, for many years' ?Inspector of Conditional purchases &c, in this district, waB entertained at Dubbo on the 21st inst-., preparatory to his departure for the Manning River, to which district he has been transferred. Mr. Robert Charles, of Mingelo, is experimenting with the Fungw, in connection with the grasshopper pest, which has made itself uncomfortably manifest on his selection lately. Mr. E. L. Jones, of Roseneath has given up all hopes of securing a wheat crop during the present season, and has turned his stock into the cultiva tion paddocks comprising over 1000 acroa. '?ince our last issue, Mr. Flood has opened a butchering, establishment at Peak Hill. For the iirst time, for many weeks, residents were enabled to obtain beef. Mr. W. L. Ross ha...
McPHAIL RAILWAY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
McPfiAIlV RAILWAY LEAGUE. A public meeting,' wider the auspi ces of the McPh'ail- Progress Associa tion, was held at .the rooms on Wed nesday evening bast, the '29th inst. Mr. Matthews, president of the Peak Hill Railway League was pre sent. Apologies were submitted froni Mr. Hocking, and also Mr. Parr, who were unable to be present. Mr. Tattersall Senr., was voted to the chair. He said that Hie object of the meeting was to form a Railway League. Railway league's existed, at Peak 'Hill, Tomingley, and Narromine, and it was nothing but right that those at McPhail should form themselves into a league to co-operate with the other bodies, in agitating for Railway Communication. Mr. Dunshea thought fiat before proceeding further, it would be well if Mr. Matthews who had so kindly con sented to be present, were to give an_ outline of the ^ orldngs of a league, the officers required etc. . This Mr. Matthews briefly did, and said that in forming a league at McPhail they were strengthening t...
I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
I. O. O. F. The Grand Secetary of the Indepen dent Order of Odd Fellows, in the State of Nfew South Wales, has received the following important information Te speeting the strength of the Order throughout the world, made up to the 31st December of last year, viz : — Sovereign Grand lodges 1, Quasi Independent Grand Lodges (Australa sia, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands Sweeden and Switzerland.) 6, Grand Lodges 66, Grand Encampments 55, Subordinate Lodges 12,792, Subordin ate Encampments 2j780, Rebekak Lodges 5,756, Subordinate Lodge Members 1,002,272, Rebekah Lodge Members 374,984, Emcainpment Mem bers 145,13% These figures tend to show' that the J.OJO.F. asJthe Universal Friendly Society, is-the largest Fraternal Order in, the worlds In Australasia it is, re- presented throughout the States of the Commonwealth and Colony- of New Zealand: The Order . has in New South Wales, during the past . five years, achieved wonderful success, having increased its membership about 100 per cent, dur...
Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Hospital Ball. A meeting of the Committee ap pointed to carry out the above, was held at the Council Chambers on Mon day evening Ia6t. There were present Messrs Gibson (in the chair), Davoy, Souter, T. Jack son, and the Joint Secretaries Messrs. Wynne and McAskill. After the minutes of the previouB meeting had been read and confirmed the accounts were passed for payenint. The balance Bheet was submitted. . It was resolved that Messrs. C. F. Stephens, and J. Catnpey be asked to act as Auditors after which the meet ing rose.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
' TO THE ' Graziers AND Farmers. WE AEE THE MIGHT PEOPLE FOR YOU TO Place pur Orders FOR Shearing -®« »®- Supplies ;with. We Guarantee the Quality of our Goods, AND OUR PRICKS ARE BEDROCK. Quotations Invited. GSBSOH BP.OS. Commonwealth Stores, PEAK HILL. ' ? = ? T7 ? 1 ? ? J^ ? Musical and Dramatic ENTERTAINMENT, will be given by the Pupils of the Convent School ? ; IN ? Ifatthews' Hall, — ON ? MONDflYNlfiHT, NOVEMBER 10, LAND, STOCK, STATION and General Commission Jfeettt LOANS NEGOTIATED. Note address — ' Old Commonweal Office.' Auction Sale. Saturday, 1st November, '02, HJ. Gibson & Co., HAVE been favored with instruc tions tc soil bv PtrBLic Auction, at Peak Hill, at 2.30 p.m., on the above data. , A Block of Freehold Land, contain ing One Rood, and situated in Euchie Street, Peak Hill, being portion 30, on which is erected a large and substan tial Weatherboard Building, Kitchen, Out Houses, and also underground tank. The land occupies a command' ing position near Propri...
Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Current Jottings. (By Grasshopper.) Whatever the Australians, according to Sondow, lacks in physical deport ment, is surely .outweighed by their resourcefulness under difficulties, as the following incident will show : — ' JL timber getter in the fcSoutu Uoast dis trict received an order for a seventy foot girder, and not wishing to fell a tree to find it too short, and being un able to apply any arithmetical pro blems for ascertaining its height, hit upon this happy expedient. Search ing about he discovered a Native Bear, and after securely fastening a fishing b'ne to' its hind leg sent him up to measure the tree. When he thought he was as far up the tree as would satisfy specified dimensions, with that ?string ' Ho hauled him back again.' ' Here is a tiSe for the hitherto useless Bruin. * # * The Premier of Federated. Australia has once more set his foot .on Austra lian soil. Toby is looking the picture of health and . shows no sign of bad treatment during his tour. One of the wee...
Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Editorial Notes. The consequences of the prevailing drought are so far reaching, and dis astrous in their effect as to force us to consider if there is no possible way whereby the influence of these ever recurring phenomena could not bo miti gated to a great extent. 'Australia, as we all know, is particularly addicted to visits of these unwelcome guests, and it appears to be beyond the ken of our cleverest scientists to determine the cause. Possibly if we were to defini tely know the reason, we would be but slightly benefitted, as in all pro-' bability we would lack the means wherewith to combat the evil. How ever, forewarned is forearmed, and knowing as we do that droughts mil assuredly revisit us, wo should, in times of plenty, make provision for the proverbially 'Rainy day.' That such has not been the case in the past is only too painfully apparent, for as the severity of the present catastrophe (it is nothing short), began to make itself felt, it was found that at least fifty pe...
Public School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 October 1902
Public School Concert. The Annual Conceit in connection with the local Public School, took place in Matthew's Hall on Friday evening last, the 24th inst. Unfortu nately ior the entertainment, rain commenced to fall just before starting, and continued during the whole of the performance. This interfered consid erably with the rendering of the different items, as it was almost impos sible for those seated at any distance from the stage to hear what was going on at all. The attendance too, was materially lessened in consequence of the un favourable weather. The stage was artistically decorate! for the occasion, and the manner ia which the children went through their respective parts, spoke volumes .for the untiring energy and perseverance which must liave been-necessary on the part of tho Tutors. To all it must be apparent that the training of a .large number of children to act in such a manner as those on Friday evening, must entail a vast amount of trouble. They had committed to memo...