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

LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required. . Prompt returns a Speciality. ' ' ' HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, BROKERS LfAirTEO. - 5J PRINCIPALS having over 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. Strict attention to details, WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

BENEFITS OE PKOTE0HON. (To the Editor Peak Hill EcprmJ - Sir,— Your correspondent, Mr. Bow ditoh, accuses me of being fiery and obscure, for his difficulty in seeing the point of my last letter^ amounts to an implication of obscurity. I believe in trying to condense too much to save rj. I have given a little cause for latter charge, but I do not see where tha 'fiery' comes in. I will endeavour to make my meaning, clear in future. Of course an inexperienced and illiterate .Tyro like myself is en titled to some little indulgence when pitted againBt the matured and cultured intellects of the scribes' on the . other aide of the fiscal question. I will not argue -the side issues, involved in his suppositive cases of farmers who have neither crops nor grass, andthe farmers Trho prudently have stacks of hay in reserve, and have thousands of bushelB of wheat stored up, because I believe they are of minor importance. I quite agree with his conclusion about the'well-to-dc-aian coming up top '...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

Original Correspondence. [Wbile our oolunme Are at all times open (or tlie pablioatioii of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne cesiarily . identify oomelves with the , ' opinionB expreaaed under this heading.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

McKinEeyiDunshea, BEGS to announce that tliey hare commenced a Stock & Station Agency BUSINESS AT HcPHAU. Clients personally and promptly atteuded'tc. Good Grass Paddocks to Let. McKinley & Dunshea, Stock & Station Agents ? McPHAll,. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT IERAWARRA, PEAK HILL, ? And travel the Surrounding District, THE COACHING STALLION, CYRUS. ALSO THE DRAUGHT STALLION, Darling's Robin BY Bob Roy from Darling, Rob Roy oy Tom King by King Tom imported, from liose by Hawkesbury King, by Lion King imported, Grand Dam Diamond II by Wiltshire Champion imported, Great Grand Dam Diamond I by Scotch Josk imp. Bar ling by Argyle imported, from Darling im ported from New Zealand. Darling- Robin is rising four years, is a good growing, colt TVjtli plenty of bone and muscle and an almn da nee of hair, and is a beautiful rich brown, lie was awarded first and special prize at Peak Hill Show, for liest Stallion 2 and under 3 years. Terms [single, maro] £2 6s Ed. H. BRAITHWAITE. AT McPhail and Mingelo And travel the surrounding District, The Heavy Draught Stallion, FEDERATION. 17EDERATI0N, by Challenger, out of $2 Marchioness by Sir Robert, out of Sail by Farmer's Glory. ' Challenger is by Em peror, and was bred by Mr. Hoski...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

. *»? '- ?' ? ?''' '.''?'' ? : ' Remember ' THIS IS THE ? . ??' LAST WEEK OF Fitzgerald & Co?s SALE Australia's Leading Teas. THE FAMOUS BILLY TEA. The National Drink. OR THE PURE CEYLON3 GOLDENIA. SOVEREIGN GOLDEN TIPS AROMATTE. Suit Thousands. . Will Suit You ! ! All Storekeepers.

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District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

District Intelligence, ( From O nn ; Excbaroes. ) \ ; . PARKES. . ' ' '1 TJ1»W^%8 wado its Appearance m Parkee. ' Dui-ing- last month two inches of . rain wore locally recorded. The Pttrkos Ladies Political Society is getting actively to work. During last week Mr. H. Sutch bury, an officer, of Uuj Taxation De- - partment, was in town, examining. - business people's books in connection with the Iiand and Tnoome tax.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

-1TT— »«- — — IKij^ EVERY /^^SIlP^ PPflPIP t^l0u''J gu'3 against ™™^™'* Vhta asking for Wolfe's Schnapps' don't late substitutes. There is one only and only-, one genuine WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Don't be pat off by the 'just as good ' story. Unless the real brand b obtainable it would be wiser and safer not to take any at all.

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NARROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

NARROMINE.' Mr. Peter Herbert's ; tender at £1,310 nas been accepted for the erec tion of -the Town HalL A smoke concert was tendered to Mr. W. Heap, who for the past four years has. been .manager of Hives' cordial factory at Narromino, on last Friday niglit

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A Word to Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

A Word to Women. ? With the advent of summer comes 9 that weary worn-out feeling. Women jfl more particularly are sufferers. in this jH respect, owing partly to their confine- jfl ment in the house, and not getting flj plenty of fresh air, and owing a great flj rlnnl in th a delicate constitution of the 9 female organs, which give way under :fl the strain of work and worry. To all jflj women who are feeling ' done up ' at S this time of the year, a course of Bile 9J Beans will prove of immense benefit. -flj Theyjfbjace up and give tone to the flj varid^ organs, thus etrengthening the . flj }i''Aa'va illufitration ^of^lhifl^lHJSS . SJ Cecalia Monaro, formerly of Albury, flj now-residing at 10 Lackey Street, St. flj Peters, Sydney, says : — ' Twelve flj months ago I began to suffer from in- flj tense depression, severe headaches, and flj tired feeling.- For days 1 was utterly flj prostrated, hardly able to i&ove, and flj in no way capable of attending to my flj usual duties. T...

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

D11BB0. A meeting of the Friendly Societies was held iu the Oddfellows' Hall on : Thursday evening, the President (Mr. ?' Peterson) in the chair. The code of by-laws presented by the special sub committee was considered. ' A few amendments were made, and the bye lave adopted. Mr. Barrett was elected treasurer, and Mr. W. Beahan, secre tary \ and the tirat Thursday in each month was fixed a£'the regidar nieet iiig night. . . . .£

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MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

M0L0NG. Molong nospittil is still without*. ?'?, Chairman. ;.': A n inquest was held near Molong on ~ ' S:lu-.!:v last — the lirst to be held on ?.in' Sa I'both in this district. '!);. W. Newton, of Oobar, has ac v'v.['.'iin' position of Resident Medical ' ' Ti Pnii'i-iiii.jiu- at Ctuanook iind takes up ? ;, his -i lilies on 1st December.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

LA3?iiT^EIiEG»A3ffS Tie steamer .' 'Zeakndia' has rescued ; nintj- three passengers and crew, of ithe ?Elingamite,' including the Captain; on King'-H Island. . The^ surnvora '.give graphic accounts of the disaster, and state '.&a£ajpaiiiy:'of AustrianS rushed . the boats containing women and child dren. They wore beaten back with paddles. One ws killed. Several dead H bodies were seen amid wreckage. Only . S one boat is now missing. :???.?-.; ? : 9 Generals Botha and De La Eey have ? / 9 submitted a 'list of grievances to Mr. B Chamberlain, which he has promised S to investigate during his tour. , ' fl The Bteamers'Chingtu,' and 'Lady fl Musgrove,' collided in Moreton Bay. S Shortly afterwards the 'Taiynan' jm crashed into the latter. The passen- S gers put on life belts and the Captain fl allayed their anxiety .^ The vesBel is Wt seriously injured. ? . ' ^B Thomas Gardiner, manager of the Bj Bank of N.S.W., Wagga, Bhot himself H dead. The reason is unknown. BJ Intense heat ...

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FORBES [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

' 1Y)1?PF,K ? , -%i Victoria'*Sciuore is no.^ one ol tiir. most ftttractivrj spots ia Forbes. The attend auoo was so small that, the meeting of the Wh ite Cross League wns not held Monday night. ' Last Tuesday night's regular meet ing of- the Forbes Municipal Council lapsed for want of a quorum.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

Ladies ntte our Linens.! IB

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

We cater to; the wants of mSn, YOUNG AND ilLD, . , who desire to te well dressed in \ every particular — '?? FIT, raSHIBW & jFMBIC. Jacksons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

A grateful Parent bears testimony to hie Daughter's CURE OF LUNG DISEASE BY VITADATIO £iii£]eton, N.S.W., MnySO, 1901. To MR. S. A. PALMER— Dear Sir, — My daughter has suffered with Lung Disease since she tras &vo years of age. She is now eleven and in good health, thanks to your, valu able medicine. After Irving a greet many patent medicines, 'with varying effect, I was persuaded to give 'VITA- DATIO a trial, and the improvement in her condition was at once noticed by Mrs. Porter and myself. My daughter has been a great sufferer, and -was given up by the doctors after breaking a. blood vessel, about three years ago, the medical man remarking that she could not live through the winter, but VITADATIO willed otherwise, as ehe is now well. Three vears ago she had a bad attack, when ehe frequently ep up blood, eo I immediately purchased . ? a bottle of your piedioine, ?with, the ' ? result -that it ^ completely, cured her. You con make any use of this testi monial, as I would li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

Take the Advice of one who Knows. Do Your Shopping at 'TAYLOR'S' WHERE YOU CAN ? ? POSITIVELY DEPEND ' ? UPON GETTING THE JSedff Qualified p J3e$t Choice OF Of Hp'tO'Daie drapery, AT THE . ? Lowest Prices in Town. 32ven if only 2s in the £, it is worth saving. ITS WORTHY OF YOUR INSPECTION. ^M33WN .'. HOTEL, ^VJTISBffiS to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie is carrying * V' 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, CRATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DEREIBO^TG STREET, PEAK HILL. _?'.' FOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR & PURITY, FREEMAN'S /ERATEB 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 to - an Anchor, : Positively the Cheapest House in the District. CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, - ,CAS'WELL STREET, _ . . - - P...

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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

Hospital Committee. The usual monthly meeting oj the above was held in the CouncU Cham bors on Thursday evening last, the 6th inst. .. Present : Mr. Fitzgerald vice Pre sident (in the chair), Matthews, Ray, Davey, and the Secretary, Mr. 'W. B. Wynne. ' ... * The minutes of the .previous meeting were duly read and confirmed. COEEESPONDENOE. Outward: To the Matron re her claim for travelling expenses. Dr. McCarthy re articles required for the hospital. P. J. Clara M.L. A., re subsidy dis allowances. Ikwahd. Resignation from Miss Waters as probationary nurse. Mi1. Davey moved, seconded by Mr. Matthews that the resignation be ac cepted with regret-— Carried. The chairman considered it a great pity that Miss Waters had seen fit to tender her resignation. Reboots. had been 3 patients in the institution during the month, .2 discharged and one remaining. From the visiting Committee, also tho Sub-committee appointed to en quire into the circumstances of the Medical attendant, receiving a pri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 November 1902

Another Liver MAKES LIFE A MISERY. A Perfect Cure. The Ca*e of Mr. J. EQAN. (BY A SPECIAL BEPOHTER). A conscientious guide will always take tho shortest way, and save many a weari some and perilous wandering to tho3e who share liis comprny. So it is with Mr. James Kgan, of JNo. 9, Elliott's Terrace, Spriagvale, Botany, who said to a reporter: ' I would like to publicly state to my neighbours what I went through whilst living at Goulburii several years back, and I am sure I can warn them of many an arti ficial rock that h:d formerly led me to the brink of destruction.' ' You will be rendering a good service,' interrupted tho writer. ' I think so,' pursued Mr. Egan. ' Vou see, I suffered for nearly six years with my liver, but that waa not for the want of taking physic, as 1 was continually doctor ing myself with something, and when I found I could make no headway against my complaint I consulted a doctor, from whom I gut another kind of medicine; but it was of no beueflt. The Game un...

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