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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

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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 — 7 November 1902

? 'We cater to ibe wants of men, YOTTNG AND OLD, J who desire to be well dressed in I every particHlar— . . . . ' * W, MSHJMI4MBIH0, Jacksons.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

District InteUigeiiCe. (Feom Ouh ExcHiSawi)' PARKES. ?? ??. ?: .??. ?... -:;-i-. '?:?' ?Pttrkes joctey Glub hold, a Haj'a A local . resident killed two black anakes at the reservoir on Sunday last. The storage reservoir did not benefit : at all by the splendid rain last Friday . . Good progress is being made in the work of laying down a bicycle track at . the.People'a Park.

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 — 7 November 1902

Take the Advice of one who Knows. Do Your Shopping at 'TAYLOR'S' WHERE YOU CAN POSITIVELY DEPEND UPON GETTING THE. - *Bedt Suaiitied P TSedt *€hoice .??---? OP Df Up -to- Date Drapery, AT THE X,owest Prices in To^n. Even if only 2s in the £, it is worth saving'. ITS WORTHY OF YOUR- INSPEGTION. : '?'''.? 'iiriSHES to notKyaiePnWicof Peak Bill sad Surrounding District «iat he is carrying .v ft on the above well-known Hostlety, and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, if RATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DEREIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. FOR E&SELLENQE OFTLAVOR & PURITY, TREEMASPS 2ERATED WATERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punctually. :J, W. LEES, Tomingley & McPhail. You cannot do better than give him a trial. Everything kept in stock from a Needle Jo mi Anchor. Positively the Cheapest House in the District. CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, CASWELL STREET, - - PEAK SILL V'- - S. W. SWAIN, ?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Address by Mr. T. Brown, M.H.R. AT CONDOBOIIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

Address by Mr. T. Brown, M. HE. AT C0ND0B0IIN. . Mr. Thomas Brown, M.H.R., who is visiting Condobolin and the neigh bouring centres, for the purpose of witnessing the present conditions, with a view to formulating a scheme that might prove acceptable either to the Federal or State Governments to alle viate the prevailing distress, addressed a meeting at Oondobolin on Monday evening last and after dealing with the results of the first Federal session went en to refer to the fight of the freetraders to try and obtain a remis sion of the food duties. He considered that had they been successful, . hun dreds of thousands of stock would have been fit for market which to-day were dying or dead. The country was in the grasp of a famine which could be only minimised by the State Government remitting the fodder duties and allowing private individuals to purchase food supplies abroad at a minimum of expense to the consumers. The Government should at once bay up the whole of the.wheat crop to g...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Bushranging IN THE Early Days. CHAFER IV. THE EARLY DAYS IN NEW SOUTH WALES DONOHOE, UNDERWOOD, AND WEBBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

S Aystralian BysfiraniiBg m tiie Barly Days. [By Ofii-BXEs 'White. ) GHAtJt'ER IV. ' THE EAKLT DATS IN SEVT SOUTH '9TAL2S ??-?'. D0ITOHOE. USDERWOOD, AiO) VTEBBEA A EEPORT. Frequent reports of night raids by bushrangers were made to the Bench .-... . ?'. about this time, but nothing came of 'M~.'J- . item, Here is one: — On the morn ? tng of the 6th April, 1826, Thomas -:^Burns. servant to the overseer of Rsv. - 18. Marsden, was milking the caws at thfe station at Campbell's Biver, about ?.?— . . . an hour before daylight, when ho saw ' * Sjrwo men near the hut. He went for ... .31*1x1 and. then saw the men going thipugh the pumpkins, they haring limbed the hut. Ho followed the two nien'16s they ran, and recognised one of iKem to be Dennis Nowlan, Getting - near them he called to them to leave , him part of the 'swag.' Nowlan's mate then turned round and said thnt if deponent did not go back he would blow his brains out. Deponent went back as requested end ^then 6ent in formation- t...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Holdings. ROSENEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

] ^District Holdings. ROSENEATH, ] This splendid property is situated 18 milei south westerly of Peak Hill: It consists of four blocks of each 2560 acres. The whole is thoroughly im proved, and is subdivided into 20 pad docks which contain twelve tanks. Steven miles of rabbit proof fencing tiave been erected to combat the pest. The property can also boast of some sxcellent ' fencing, the contractor for which was Mr. Mitchell, well known throughout the district for his skill in this particular line. 1300 acres in all are cleared for. the plough. Well over 1000 acres were under wheat this year, but unfortu nately owing to the continuity of the dry weather the whole has been sacri ficed to the stock. There is a neat homestead which when completed w ill consist of 11 rooms, with all necessary outhouses — hay shed, wheat shed, wool shed, &c. The property, like all other holdings has had a severe time during the drought. The recent falls of rain experienced inclose proximity to th...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court, [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

Police Court, At the. local Police Court on Wed nesday morning, before Messrs. H. N. Gibson, and J. Matthews; J'SiP., two men named William Purves, and Thos. Hanson, were tt charged with that thev did in company. ? steal - one suit of clothes valued at £1 7s 6d, the property of Messrs Fitzgerald and Coy., Sergeant Brayne deposed : to having seen the accused under the Royal Hotel verandah on the 4th- inst. — the date of jobbery; One had then in his possession 2 parcels ; He called out to them; Hanson stopped but Purves kept going and threw a bundle which was tied up in a handkerchief beside the fence near Fenton's Hotel. ' He' subsequently arrested both accused and duly charged them with the offence. Mr. Fitzgerald deposed: to having examined the parcel which had been thrown down by Purves ; it contained the suit of clothes produced which was the property of Fitzgerald and Coy., and valued at £1 7s 6d. Mr. Umpleby stated that pn the 4th he had seen the accused Hanson, take from the f...

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 — 7 November 1902

At the regularmeeting of the Euroka Buffalo Lodge on Tuesday last a most important debate took place, the sub ject chosen being 'Women's Fran chise.1* The bill having passed the first and second reading will be read the' third tine in the Lodge on Tuesday llih inst at 9p.m. -Brethren who can attend willhave a goodnight' s instruction with plenty of fun.'': Fitzgerald -and Goy's sale has proved a great 'success.. The prices are ex ceptionally low; 'and all should avail themselves of the opportunity afforded of securing goodsrat cost price. Read {heir advertisement appearing else where.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

MINING. On Triday last a clean up of the stone belonging to Tuckwell and Party, put through the Proprietary Battery, took place. It resulted in 246ozs of smelted gold being secured from some 600 tons of ore. There are an additional 600 tons to be put through. Work, however, at the battery cannot be resumed until a sub stantial rainfall occurs.. Mr. Frank Gardiner has purchased the D'Arcy Wentworth Gold Mine, Orange district, at public auction for £12,000. The result of the applications for prospecting aid, by a number of local men, is not yet known.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
McPHAIL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

McPHAIL. (FaOM OUB Owtt OoEEESrOXDENT.) The foot race arranged between Isaac Chaplin and George Tattersall eventuated on the day of the cricket match, when the latter won easily. The crops and grass have grown wonderfully since the last rain, and there are still prospects of a good sea son. The cricket match played here this week between teams representing McPhail and Peak Hill, resulted in an eaey win for the former. During the match Messrs. Weeks and Patman gave a brilliant exhibition in batting, and aided their side considerably. For Peak Hill, Messrs. Potts, Watts, and Hackett, rendered good service. The McPhail boys are to be congratulated on their improved Cricket. The fol lowing are the scores : — Peak Hnx. — 1st Innings. A. Potts, o Selby b Alohin . . 4 F. Watts, b Wicks .. .. 11 W. Gibson, b Wicks . . . . 0 J. McAskill, c Alchin b Wicks . . 2 J. Gibson, b Patman . . . . 9 C. Mulally, run out ? 0 T. Jackson, b Alchin . . . . 6 A. Kidney, lb w, b Alchin . . 0 M. Hackett, c. W...

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 — 7 November 1902

TO THE Graziers AND Farmers. 'WE ABE THE BIGHT PEOPLE FOR YOU TO Place your Orders FOR Shearing -®» **? Supplies JWITH. W« Guarantee the Quality of our Goods, AND OUR PRICES ABE BEDROCK. Quotations Invited GIBSON' BROS. Commonwealth Stores, PEAK HILL. Musical and Dramatic ENTERTAINMENT* will be givon by the Pupils of the Convent School ? — »? — Matthews' Hall, — ON — MONDAY HiSHT, HOVEMBER 10, LAND, STOCK, STATION and Genef ai Commission Agent. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Note address— ' Old Commonweal Office.' DENTAL, Mr. Hugo Wain, Dental Surgeon, ?will return to Peak Hill on or about 21st NOVEMBER. NOTICE^ 'fT7'OOD of any length, and water T V at lowG6t'rates delivered to any part of the town. Supplies of wood kept athou6e which is for sale at lowest . rates. . '??' - J. McGUINNESS. THANKS. MR, and MRS. MAKER, of Tom iugley desire to return thanks for the expression of- sympathy from the many kind friends during their recent sad bereavement Also to the officers and members of the Oddfellow...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDOBOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

CONDOBOLIN, The heaviest dust storm on record passed over the district on 23rd inst— .The local Farmers' and Settlers' -As- sociation has decided- to 'call a- (public meeting on lOfh November, 'to con sider what Etens should be taken in help remedy existing conditions. Several Ms.P. aio expected to be pre- - sent. ??;-? — It is confidently expected that the Condobolin-Bobadahmailwill.be run on Sundays instead of Wednesdays. ? , . - Every endeavour is being made by local stpekowners to remove their stock to more faiored centres-^-Cowra and Molong being the principal destina tions aimed at. The cold snap last Saturday -was responsible for the death of a number of sheep.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Casual Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

Casual Comments (By Pelicaa-.) ' Following up the prediction, made years ago by astronomers, that the mobilising of the planets behind- the sun during 1902-3, would cause un usual disturbances on this earth. I append the following in addition to items already supplied :— Armidaxe, ? Thursday. — A distinct shock of earthquake was felt here Ia6t night, about ton minutes past 9. — Daily Telegraph, 17th Oct., 1902. Adelaide, Friday. — Clarendon, a pretty township in the Mount Lofty ranges, is putting up a record for earthquakes, no less than 22 shocks having been reported during the hist four weeks.— D.T., 18th Oct., 1902. Young, Wednesday.— Two shocks of earthquakes were felt at Young on Sunday, at 1.5 and 6.25 a.m., respec tively. — Parhes Examiner, Oct. 22, 1902. Atjoklahd, N.Z., Tuesday. — Seven- teen shocks of earthquake, accompanied by subterranean rumblings, occurred at Taupo last night.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

Local and General. New 'Serial next issue. The sum of £11 3s 6d was netted by the Publie School Concert. The member for the Conoblas, Mr. T. Brown, M.H.R., is touring the electorate. Moat of the selectors in the vicinity of Peak Hill are leasing their country to outside graziers, in preference . to purchasing stock. If you will be cherished when you are old, be courteous when you are young. Two inches of rain fell at places near Narromine last week. We are in receipt of the Public Works Department report for the year ending June 30th. The reports are beautifully illustrated. Great indignation is expressed by the residents in proxmity to Alectown, owing to the decision of the Postal authorities to close the local Post Office. The Proprietary battery ceased work on Friday last, owing to the supply of water in the dam having given out. The new tale commencing in next issue is full of interest. The Improvement Lease of 9250 acres on Bulgandramine Holding, of fered by public auction, at ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KADINA [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

KADINA :' (PfiOM OW. OWNCoBSESPONDEirr.) The rainfall for 1902 up to end of October, totals nine inches, - less two points. The corresponding period of last year yielded 16 inches and 67 points. October, a year ago. supplied 3 inches 34 points. .{The memorable red-rain storm occurring on 28th. of that month). October, this year, gratifies us with .2. inches 25 points. -;. The crops are almost past redemp tion, farmers -have, been .hesitating whether to turn the stock in or not. The very best to be seen is growing at Mr, (Jrimmetf s, on land that had; been fallowed. He hopes to- realise six bushels from it. Any other crop about might yield enough, seed for next sea son/

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Notes. DIVINING ROD. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

Editorial Notes. DIVINING ROD. Whether the Divining Rod is capa ble of accomplishing all that is claimed for it, appears now to be the burning topic among farmers and graziers. That a number of persons have pointed out, by its aid, w supposed aid, places where water existed, is beyond ques tion. Almost everybody, either from personal experience, or from reliable sources, have had illustrations of the Divining Rod's work. There is no denying the fact, that in the hands of some people, a twig taken from a tree, and held in proper position, will un doubtedly bend over when crossing certain places, and then regain its normal position. This being so, there must assuredly be some reason for the strange action. Quito a number of persons possess the powers for successful manipulation of the Divining Rod as will be seen from the following : Mr. W. A. Lampe, of Barrabadeen, on a visit to Wilga Vale, ont of idle curios ity, broke a branch from a tree, and holding it in a loop with his two thum...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The London Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

The London Directory. /CONTAINS Maps of London and Suburbs, \J Arranged in Atlas form, for convenient reference without folding. Street Guide to London, locating the positions of the Streets. Boads, Lanes, Squares, Market Piers, &c. Commercial Directory of London, an alpha betical Register of Businesses in the City and surrounding London Districts. Trade Direc tory of London, with exhaustive references connecting kindred trades. List of Export Merchants, showing the Goods they ship, and the Foreign Markets they supply. List of Steamship lines, arranged under the ports to which they sail, and indicating the approxi mate Sailings. Local Trade Directories of over 100 Suburban Districts, arranged so as to be equally serviceable for circularising, can vassing, or ordinary reference purposes. Appendix of Leading Provincial Firms, etc., Olassined under their Trade Headings, and giving Bome details of their specialities.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Grasskopper Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

The Grasshopper Pest. The following remedy for the above is issued by the Government Entomo logist for 'general information : — Mix. Paris green with pollard, lib Paris green, 12lbs bran and lib salt, mix up with water like a bran mash and spread it thinly outside the crop or along the edge. Placed in the furrow in front of the locusts it will keep the stuff from blowing about, and the locusts crawling in the furrow, feed upon it. As it is devoured fresh stuff should be laid out. Spraying in front of or along the edge with Paris green, lpz. to 10 gallons of water, will deposit enough poison on the wheat to kill all insects feeding upon it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 November 1902

General Debilitation. A PERFECT RESUSCITATION. The Cut of Mrs. A. HANNAH!. (foe tidb 'times.') It is an indisputable fact that if isnilble measures are taken in time many of the evils to which we are subject can be counter acted. Conclusive proof of this is fur nished by Mrs. Ada Hannara, of Church street, North Parranmttn, who, on being interrogated by our reporter, replied : 'If I had not adopted the measures I did, I fear to think what might hare hap pened, for I wai just is that weak condi tion which materially helps all sorts of disoaaoB to lay hold of people. It is when there is so vitality in the body to assist In warding off the prevailing epidemics that the lives of the feeble are lost, and for that reason alone — quite independent of the misery attached to being eick from day to day — it is a highly important matter to keep up one's strength.' ' But some folks consider that you can not always do that,' s&id the writer. ' Ah ! but I know different to that, for I was...

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