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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

Advance Australia ! LOCAL MANUFACTURER. Stephens' Antibillous Blood and X4ver Pills. _ tiio above' being purely a Vegetable Pill, can be takea with Bafety by the most delicate person. Ihey do not weaken the system, but, acting- gently and surely on the Liver, thu3 removing all obstructions, have a healthy and invigorating effect on all tlie organs of tho body.— Price, !/-? Stephens' Boracic Eye L,otioii. For tho cure of Fly, Lund, or Australian Blight, Opthalmiu, and all descriptions of weak eyes, this Lotion is justly celebrated, usually effecting a cure iu-*-f.ronl tvrenty-foiir to forty eight hours. The most obstinate cases readily fiubiuit to this preparation. — Pjiice, 1/6. ? Stephens' Speedy Corn Cure* A splendid remedy for the removal of corns- A little painted on the corn night and morning ~ will usually eradicate the offender in n few days* A great improvement on planters* Causes 'no pain^PiucE, !/-» CftRDOUSEO HEAUHS OINTMENT Should always be kept in the lioiise ready for ...

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 — 21 November 1902

IcKielepDiiitsliga, BEGS to announce that they have commenced a Stock & Station Agency BUSINESS AT McP HAIL. Clients personally and promptly attended to. Good Grass Paddocks to Let. icKioiey & Dunshea, Stock & Station Ag-ents ? McPHAIL. ? AT McPhail mid Mingeto - And travel the surrounding District, The Heavy DfiAUGnr Stallion, FEDERATION. T?EDEEATION,' by^ Challenger, out of _L |Marchioiiess by (Sir Robert, out of Sail by Farmer's Glory .^- Challenger is by Era P'-i-or, and ivas bred by Sir. Ho.-ikinvou, of Windsor. Sir Robert was a Tasmauian-bred horse, at £4 10.-S per mare, and secured a first prize at Sydney ; also took first prize at Parkes as best f aimer's stallion. - l^ederation is a good worker, a tractable leader, aud will statid any trial. All marcs missed lost year will be -taken at half price. Prize for best mare to Federation will be given at the next Peak Hill Show. Terms, - * - £2 5s Two or more maros properly of same owner £2. All mares to be...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

NARROiJBjE. The ?B&Hsba oi a very hea^ydust' storm out west were ehowii on Thurs day nitming, when the town was enveloped in dust. It reminded -one *.. of a heavy fog, and lusted in the ait all day. Wednesday night w«b abtfat the hottest we have experienced this year, although Thursday was vety mild in oonsoqeonce tif the eoutharlv breeze that sprang ttj-. t All tlie^ farmers who are fortunate . enough to have any kind of a crop are busily engaged cutting what little they -? have. There are a few odd crops about * from whioh a kittle wheat is expected, ? v but they are vety few and far between. .J'.~;~rd The delay in issuing the deeds of the v? Town Hall site is causing niuoh incbn- . ' ' venieace. A special meeftag vi titie * ' Council was called for Wednesday evening to deal with the matter.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Battle of Gettysbure. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

The Battle of Gettys burg. After a lapse of Keren years, Hie manage ment of tlie Cycloraina decided to replace ' Jeiusalem' by ra-erecting that masterpiece of C ycloruma Art, tlie ' 'Battle of Gettysburg' ' which caused mi much excitement here some years ago. For the last four years, America .and Eui-ope hare boon searched, for :i scone fit to replace Jerusalem, and follow 'Gettys- burg,' but nothing could be found that irould not suffer too much by comparison. A South African scene could not be had| a battle snenc was wanted, and a constant visli beiner es pressed by Cycloraina visitors to Bee Gettys burg again, it was determined— as nothing equal to it in any part of the world could be found-- to re-erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and visitors to the city, will, after recent events, find a special interest in seeing what war really means. The management have added a most fascinuting novelty to tho Hull of Illusions, which, wrlh a quantity of now Cinematograph films make up a...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

, . ' DUBBO. i It is Bemi offioialiy announced tihat the Dubb-Coonamble line will be handed over ta the JEaawnyGomij. .? eionorsin December. -- At the Police Court recently, bflfar; Mr. E. G. Dulhunty, J.P., Jaiaes Soss, for drunkenness and disorderly ooa» duet, was fined J Oa, in default 48 hours' imprisonment. Lo u'so Hinton (a well known aboriginal) for vagrancy, was . .;: Bent to gaol for throe,monthB. \ 'i During Thursday night a heavy pall : of dust settled over the town, and a very dull morning followed, the sun being only visible at intervals, when it appeared like a pale blue diso. Clouds of dust were blown across the town all day. A meeting of the Mechanics* Insti tute Committee was held on Wednes- day night. The question of additional magazines was left in the Library Committee's hands, as also was a matter affecting country newspapers. The Secretary announced the receipt of £71 Government subsidy. Sub-InBpector Moss has resumed duty, having rpcoverdd from Iris acci dent....

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The London Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

The London Directory. /CONTAINS Maps-of London and Suburbs. \J Arranged in Atlas form, for convenient reference without folding. Street Guidu tv London, losating the positions of tUe Streets Roads, Lnuas, Squares, Mavtct Piers, &c. Commercinl Directory of London, an nlplia bctiral Register of Businesses hi the City and sun-ouuding London Districts. Trade IJircc toiy of London, with exhaustive references connecting kindred trades. LW. of Exjmrl. Merchants, showing1 Hie Goods they sliip, aid the Foreign Markets they rapplj''. tint of Steamship linos, arranged undur the ports to Which they hail, 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., Classified under their Trade Headings, and giving some details of their specialities.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

MOLONG. Times are iiard, yot they have jutit raised ovor £100 in Molong for Church \ purposes. This within a week, I Up to date 396 dogs have been regis tered in Molong, as against 451 laet i, year. ? ? Within Molong Municipalify thei« ;] arc 223 residences and a population of ' 1,254. '-

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

Sporting Notes (By Prodigal) Charlie Turner, the famous Austral ian bowler, 'celebrated his 40th birth day on Sunday last. Old Bay Eagle is in future to be used in the hunting fi Id. . - ? - The N.S.W. team of cricketers def eated Queensland last week at Bris bane bv 77 rims. ? Vanity Fair was tho unlucky per former 'of the spring. She ran third in the Caulfield Cup, second in the Mel bourne Cup, and second in the Williamstown Cup. By winning the C. B. Fisher Plate on Saturday Ia6t, Wakeful brought her winnings, in stakes, up to £12,815, She is still a long way bejdnd Carbine who won over £10,000 in ono race. Wakeful started 30 times and Carbine 43 times. ? Of the 30 times Wakeful lias started sko has been first on li) occasions 7 seconds, and 3rd twice. The champion mare has been unplaced only twice. A Charters Towers paper is respon sible for saying that the old Levite gelding Gildus,. winner of many races in the northern portion of the State in tlie early nineties, was sold out o...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

WE WANT ' You to do business with us-. We \ '' . oliiiiu to be experts in the particular lines of Business ? ' that we are plying, aud as such, cau offer advantages that cannot bo offered by ally other firm, either iu Price, Quality, or Selectiou. WE ABE NOT ABSOLUTELY CASH TRADERS, ! We.likcALLOTHER COUNTRY STORES do a little of cither, ouly that -we see that the advantage is on the side ot CASH. By this system we are able to supply you with the Best Gkwd-s at the Best Prices, and I iu making your purchase you aro not called upou to pay j i up for the fellow that has sloped. ! i Lest we Forget ! | OUK STRAW HATS (Ladies, Genii., I ! aud Children's), aro worthy of your attontion. We cau I sliowyou a range from CJ to Half-a-Guinea, in any i | Color or Shape you mig-ht fancy. | JACKSON & * JACKSON, Drapers, Men's Mercers, Outfitters, PEAK HILL. .H.-N. GIBSON AND COMPANY. Auctioneers, Land, Wmkg & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK BILL. D^ENTAU 'Mr. Hugo Wain, Dental...

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 — 21 November 1902

NKADINA. (Fkom our own Correspondent.1) A oyelone swept over these parts on Saturday afteroon, Sth November, at about 3.30, from tho south-west, accompanied by a devastating shower of large hail. Tho hail stones knocked two-thirds of the green fruit to the ground and smashed tomato and other tender plants. The scanty wheat crops suffered also. 21 points of rain wore registered. Messrs. Barber, E. Char los, and R. Newbigging are rejoicing with over-flowing1 tanks. It is re markable that ice, in the form of hail, is always associated with fire, that is to say, lightning ; and, invariably ac companies hottest days. * This locality is again, the refuge foi1 stock seeking grass and water. Four different properties were let last week, for the summer. Mrs. James Gximmett underwent an operation in Parke6, on Monday of Ia6t week, and is progressing favour ably as can be expected. On the strength of divining rod indications, Mr Bensloy, last Saturday sunk a shallow shaft 'and then with augur ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. SITUATION OF LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

Editorial Notes. aiTUATION OF LiNDHOLDEES. As the soason advances, so apparently does the distress occasioned by ihe continuity of dry weather increase in its severity. We are indeed, as has -been so olteii stated, passing through an unprecedented period ill the history of Australia . It could bo said, without fear of contradiction that not a Pastor alist nor Farmer,- throughout the whole length and breadth of the Common wealth who has not suffered in a greater or less degree in consequence of this awful drought. In fact the great majority of our people on the land havo gone, as expressed by the President at the Farmers1 and Settlers' Association meeting hold on Saturday last, to tho end of their tether, and it now devolves upon the Government to step in and do something to mitigate the prevailing misery. AVithout aid many of the farmers, nay the majority, will never right themselves. They have spent all in a vain endea vour to keej- their stock alive. They have borrowed and encumbe...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Young Wife's Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

A Young Wife's Dilemma. A young wife wrote the other week to the editor of a lady's paper asking the surest means of retaining her hus band's 'afifections. Tho . reply was 'always be as attractive, lock as 'ptetty, and pay the samo attention to him as 'you did during the days of courtship'.' It has to be admitted, however, that a woman's good looks are dependent to a great extent upon her health. Bile Beans for Biliousness arc, in this connection, woman's greatest friend. They preserve the appetite and thus ensui-e keeping up the strength. They stimulate the liver if inclined to bo sluggish, thus ensuring energy and briskness. Their action on both liver and kidneys re sults in these organs being always regular in their action' ; and constipa tion, headache; nausea, and debility ?are thereby rendered highly improba ble. The blood is purified, and the result of the occasional use of Bile Beans is seen it the sprightly step, the bright eye, the healthy colour, : n 1 the clear complexio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

?. . - — -_?« - We cater to - the wants of .men, ? tOtJNO AND OLD, ; ,1 ', who desire to be' Veil -dressed iii , j everyjariicular— Fir,FAS«IOIUFHRIC, Jacksons.

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District Intelligence. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

District Intelligence. . (J&iom'^Oct ?3i'itfm:-ii«n».V PARKES. ' The recent storm put 2ft. 9in/ in the a ' reservoir^ The Ooremmpht subsidy for the loonl HoBpitel (380 i is lid) has ar vived—^only 9 months overdue. An orerlarge bonfire on Monday night, created by wnthuwaetic loyalists, sot the. fii-e bells .ringing and 'got our b'oya u out n oii a fabo.alarm. Parkes Hospital Committee will haVA a. hard row to hoo to raiuo doffictent fundB to fiilafiacd the tnetitute. next year. Archdeacon Neild will for a time occupy the jpulpit of fioly Trinil^ (C.E.), &renfeli, oDmmBhciBg ^nudayj 23rd inst. Mrs. Pembroke died at the residence of her daughter on Friday laet.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

Take the Advice of one who Knows. Do Your Shopping at 'TAYLORS' WHERE YOU CAN POSITIVELY DEPEND UPON GETTING THE - ; ' Weft SuafitieJ $ 73edt Choice OF Of Up-to-Date Draper/, ^ AT THE lowest Fl^tees in Town. Even if only 2s in the #, jt is-worth saving. ITS WORTHY OF YOUE- INSPECTION. ^KRgOf ON .'. HOTEL, ?''?'? ibaii^i^reet, Peak Hill. ?-' 'UTTISHES to notify tiie PuUio of Peak Hill and Surrouuding District tiiat lie is carrying ¥ T on the above well -knOwn'Hostlery, and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEM AN, DERATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DEREIBONG STKEET, PEAK HILL. 'FOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAydE & PURITY, FREEMAN'S iERATED '.WATERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. All QrdS*s Attended to Punctually r;, J. W. LEES, Tomiiigley & McPhail. litov. cainrot do better than give him a trial. MveryiMmg kept m stock from u Needle 4o an Anchor. - Positively the Cheapest House in the District. CAICBRIPGE CLUB HOTEL, ?'...

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Current Concerns. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

Current Concerns* In order to lay before your numerous readers, Mr. Editor, matters 'which concern the welfare of the town and district generally, I have decided, with your permission, to send along weekly contributions which you would do .mo a great honor by inserting* If at any time, in airing matters of public im portance, my views do not exactly coincide with the views of any of your readers, let me know, and I will haS'e every pleasure in giving them my rea sons for the assertions made. * it * . I shall feel it my duty to criticise where criticism is necessary, and be it known to you 0 ! readers that I would wish you to understand that the under signed is a man standing 6ft. 2in. in his 6ocks, has-a oliest like a horse and^ a biceps like the calf of a well-trained bicycle rider's leg. With these few introductory remarks I will get me to business. * » * WherVs oui- Member ? This seems to be a conundrum unanswerable. It appears to me that Mr. P. J. Clara is very much addicted to ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY MATTERS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

EA3XWAT MATTERS. '/To the Editor Peak Rilljt&vrest.J Sir, — I observe in you* last iaStte ?that a cotrtispondent ?tffc) signs him* set ' J.B.S.' lies taken, exctitfticta. to Mr' Bridle for 'having written to me ?on local trants, more especially railway matters, but I can aBBure .yoti1 «orres 'pondent that lar from attempting to ?censure Mr. Bridle, the people in Peak Mill and surroundis? ^district should -feel proud to thiti that they have a : gentleman like Mr. Bridle living in their midst who takes a most -active ^uid lively interest in the welfare and 'progress of their district. It is by 'the energy, zeal and ?wetehful attention of ^uch gentleman, aided T-y the circula tion of your 'valuable paper, that local 'wants are. more immediately brought , Tinder the notice of the public sftid our authorities. I can assure 'J.B.S.' thafcit^fcsjupleasure*)* me to hear from so popular and respected acitizen las Mr. Bridie or tiny other local gentle man who takes the same keen and d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Holdings. R. NEWBIGGING'S SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

District Holdings. R. NJEifeiGGlNG'S 'SELECTION. \ Probably one of the best of the 2560 acre blocks in this district, is Mr. Robert NeWbigging'a. Situated about 8 miles in a -south westerly direction from Peak Hill, it at one time formed portion of the Genanagie run. The soil is of ah exceptionally rich charac ter, a fact borne out by the large quantities of wheat which the owner has from year to year obtained -from samo. There-are in all some 380 acres under cultivation, unfortunately 240 of which have,duringthe present season, in consequence of the prevailing' droughty been eaten off by the stock. '?«? The'remaining 140 acres, however* are looking splendidly, and promise to give a substantial refurn. 70*res in paticular ; which were sown just after a heavy fall of rain,, some months ago, have'every indication of yielding a ieaVyi crop. It is undoubtedly tho best in the district, andrwiU.no doubt yield from 3 to j! bags per acre. Mr.; Newbigging' his been in occu pation: -since lS9...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 November 1902

farmers' aMd Settlers' Association. A. very important meeting of tlie above was held at the.. Commercial Hotel on Saturday afternoon last the 15th. inst-. There was a large attendance, and the President Mr. H; J; Fletcher oc cupied the chair. Subsequent to the preliminary portions of the meeting having been gone, throucrli, Mr. Fletcher pointed out that the present was probably one of the moBt impor tant occasions upon which they had met together. He had waited until all prospects of a crop had been shattered before convening . ;the meeting, the object of -which was to squarely discuss matters and decide what action would be best under the circumstances. Of course it was useless for this one branch, to act alone. What was required could only be obtained by concerted action. He ; trusted that the decision arrived at would be something equi table, something reasonable, and some' thing that would be sure to ?win suc cgss. He was . sure that the intellect of members of this branch would...

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