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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 November 1902

(To the Editor Peak Mill Express.) bir, — 1 might say that J. B* S. is a man who has no respect for truth, or ho would not dare to make the nsser tion tliat I was over intentionally guilty of the evasion of the truth. All I have to add for myself — and I am sure. forvouMr. Editor also is that, wn have simply been led by facts, and all that is required is fair play, and no favor, and if I cannot put 'the expo nents of the adverse principles down, my sincere wish is that I may be put down forever. But up to the present I feel that Dr. Ross and onyself have been the only ones who have talked common sense. — Yours etc., - T. BliffiLE.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
McPHAlL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 November 1902

McPHAlL. (Fe6m Our 0 vrar Correspondent.) OnTiiursday tho 20th inst, Mr. Jaeger (representing. tlhe A.M. A.) addressed a public meiftinjr, After the address a branch of the -Association was' formed, and about forty five members were enrolled-.: On Saturday last, Mr. E. Potman and Mrs. j?nce, accompanied by several friends, journeyed to Peak Hill and were united in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony. ? We wish thco health, \to wish 'thee wealth, We wish thee joy divine; Let fortune greet each heart-felt wish, A happy lot be thine. On Sunday afternoon the town was again swept by a heavy dust storm, followed by a slight shower of rain, about ten points being registered. On Monday Mr. E. Dawson, our local liuirdresser left for Bathmst to consult an Occulist, a siibstince hnviug lately grown over his left eye. . May success attend the Physician's effort?-. The Poppet-legs at Eeedy'e, have been erected, , They stand si-xtpthreo feet above the surface.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 November 1902

(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir, — Tho writer of., the following lines has read 'Nimrod's' moBt worshipful ',Woman,' and later he has .read the above nauiod person's vulgar pretentious of. mock modesty, and his presuniptious claims te seuti mems wnicn are juaaen aeep-^-veiy deep — between the lines of his much worshipped and very little respected 'woman-.' ? . ????? The weary toilers cease from toil, The kettle -dngs its cheery song, The tillers of reluctant soil,.-. , ... Lay bye their harness, whip and thong. The evening shadoVs darken down, The busy housewives net the tea, And languid loafers-of the town, . ,-5tet into suit? of cheap' 'kar-kee.' I've neither gear nor ewIV* i wll, ? ~' I cannot pass a daf^ i.;- 1, . ? :. But I hare got a tale i' ui, . ?? That's rwhy -I liurry -o ^-.MVast. But /nay, to where tht- link* a:r drv, „' 'Where famine reigns 3-A p);u;i£ are bare, 'Well, listen to tho reason wty, . The ' Woman ' Kimrod worships there. Her laughing -eyesore diajn&...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 November 1902

SOUTH AFRICA. Mr. Chamberlain, on leaving London for South Africa on Tu- esday, was accorded a magnifi- cent farewell. He travelled in the royal train. It is reported that before leaving for S. Africa, De Wet called his brother Piet a traitor, whereupon a fight be- tween the two brothers ensued, in which the General came off second best.

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 — 28 November 1902

Casual Comments. (By Pelican. ^ Strange happenings tliis month : — Stromboli, the largest volcano of the Liparl Islands, off the north coast of Sicily,i8 again detonating and discharg ing ashes. Houses in the vicinity have been dninAovii. Tim' «lnnn nf thfi 'people is increased by the earthquake'! shocks which accompany the eruptions/ — D.T.I 5th Nov., '1902. ; ;, On 19th a severe shock of earth quake was felt in Algeria, North Africa. On same date two shocks occurred in Utah, America. In Tonga, South Sea islands, earthquakes have been occurring all the mouth. Sir Joseph Norman Lockyer (Di rector of the Solar Physics Observa tory at South Kensington') gives it' as his opinion that the fire balls doscribed as havhisr been observed at manv places in Victoria were in reality glob ular lightning, and, as such, were similar to those seen Mont Peloe (Martinique) and Mont Soufriere (Guadeloupe) during the seismic dis turbances.— D.T. 17th Nov., 1902. A tidal wave caused considerable alarm ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS [BY WIRE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

LATESTTELEGRAMS [By Wire.] Messrs Winchcombe, , tjaraon & Co.. Sold to-da/, as follows : — Hume, ''Burrowa, 12M ; Banks, Burrows, l2Jd, McMaatix, Sucde3 la, 10}d ; Tunny, KylstonB, 9Jd ; Crawford, Aloctown, 10M; Cochran, Cumnoek, 10}d; Honey-Suit, Tallewong, lOd ; Ewen, Man- ' burama, 10W; Sean, Wamboync, lOd; Eussell, Boyd, lOd; Whitehoad, Euehs reona, lOfd; Larkin, Capertoe, 9fd; Hc Taggart, Marsden, 9gd; Staggs, Cudal, 10d; Butter, Perth, 9£d; Bosewnraa, Wangoola, 9fd ; McKay, Blayney, 8|d. Another £130,000 which had been concealed in South Africa until the conclusion of the war, has been handed to Dr. Lleyds at Amsterdam. ' Two thousand travellers have been stranded at Marseilles, oiring to Seaman's strike. Much distress prevails. The Federal Cabinet's decision re tho sus pension of Fodder Duties is to be announced to-day. It ia expected that it will be un favorable. The decision in the Kenniff'a Appeal Case h?° tra reserved. Some discord has been shown by the Judgw. The...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY MATTERS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

RAILWAY MATTERS. (To the Editor Peak Rill Express.) Sir, — It is not my intention to weary you and your readers with any lengthy reply to the second letter of ' J.B.S. ' that appears in your last issue, as life is too short and time too precious to be wasted over such rigmarole rubbish. The production savours too much of the dog and his vomit-lapping up the nauseous stuff that he has just picked up or discharged, or a pig wallowing in the mire, the source evidently of its natural delight. The puerile effusion called for politeness, I presume, a literary production, reminds one of the anecdoe of a snake biting at a file, but finds the substance a bit too hard, for his teeth or jaws to devour. This sapient scribbler and shallow minded critic no doubt possesses some of the attributes or instinct of tho bull dog ant tribe, but why when possessed of such formidable courage does he seek (of the cause ho undertakes to defend is a reasonable or just one) to shelter himself behind a von dc p...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

?(To the Editor Peak Htll Exprm.) Sir, — I have .read carefully the many letters appearing in jronr widely circulated journal, and am gratified to think that there are in our midst, men who are thinkers, and who, at the same time, are not afraid to express themselves. It is a great pity that so .many are averse to ventilating their viewB in the Press. If such were not the case, great numbers who are now debarred, would be enabled to see the different sides of questions, and al lowed to j udge for themselves. Before judging the following I would ask you ?one and all to judge it impartially, and without prejudice— which is the only way that an honest decision can be arrived at. I maintain that no man should judge anything concerning the welfare of his country from a personal : point of view. In all cases get to the '? Toots and not to the limbs. As before stated I have read carefully the letters ?bearing on Protection and Freetrade, buttheae matters are now practically a thing of the ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

(To the Editor Peak Hill Expmt.) Sir, — At the time of the King's recent illness it was generally supposed that my sister was one of the attendant nurses. I myself too readily accepted the statement, published so circum stantially in the Sydney dailies : be cause, she was socially intimate with the late Queen's doctor, andherser vices had been professionally sought by the King's surgeon in two cases connected with the Royal household immediately prior to His Majesty's operation. For all that, one of the :two nurses was a Miss Fletcher ! To ?day I received a reply from my sister. She says: — 'Everybody I know on this side imagined that I was installed at Buckingham Palace, but have found their mistake. I got rather tired of telling people that it was not I. I feel rather an important person, somehow, even though I didn't nnrse the King. But, on the whole, I think I am rather subdued and depressed when I think what has been expected of me. If I could only have left my bones on a South...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

f To the Editor Peak mil Express.) Sir,^-In flieTeport of the meeting of the Farmers' and- Settlers' Associa tion, given in your issue of the 21st, I note that that worthy body of men are disposed to question my Valuations in connection with the late reappraise ment of Crown Lands, as they consider one of the bisisa facts of calculation incorrect, viz., the putting in and tak ing off of a crop. at a cost of 6s 9d per acre. I. would like, through your yal uablo paper, to offer a little explana tion which I think 'will help them to judge me fairly. They are indirectly under the misapprehension that I gave 6s 9d as total cost. I did nothing of the kind. I was asked to give the cost exclusive of horse feed and plough shares which I gave approximately at 6s 9d. . I was then asked for total cost, which I gave as 10s 6d, andif required I am prepared to stand by these figures. I note also .from your report that the members of that body arc going into the subject for honest criticism. Well I...

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 — 5 December 1902

NARROMINE. On Monday evening about 5.30 Mr. W. Dundas had the misfortune to lose his houso and all the contents by fire.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

I Original GorrespomienGe. [Wtile oar columns «ro-at nil times' bpsn for : the publication 'of matter calculated to be of interest to oUrrflaiers, we donotoe ceseatilj- identify . ourselves - with the opinions expressed under this heading.]

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 — 5 December 1902

MOLONGk \ Up to Sunday last 102 patients had been treated in Molong Hospital since 1st January The local price of bread has increa sed to 3 Jd per loaf, rendered heoessary by the high price of flour. . Mr. E. Or. Finch, recently appointed Babbit Inspector, is to receive a salary of £50 per annum.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

McKiiiley Dunshea, BEOS to aunounce that tlicy kavo rcommonoeda ?; Stock & Station Agency ? ??-?' ' BUSfftJSSS AT ; McPH All, Clients personally and promptly ?? ? ? ? attended to. ??'? ? ' ??*. ^___ Good Grass Paddocks to Let Mnley & Ounshea, Stock & ptation Agents McPHAIL,

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

DT7BBO On Tuesday evening a third ' send off ' was tendered to Dr. Hope, this time by tho representatives of the citi zens — the aldermen, , who met at Simula' Court Eousn HoteL Thn Mayor presided. The largo pepper tree In Talbragar street in front of the Castloreagh Hotel was removed on Tuesday by the Coun^ oil's omployBee. , ? ? T , - There were 16 pationiBjniiie Dutk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

?.MEN' Clj ' ^WOMEN JT is as good for vromen as for men. Women often times __E??d a vitalizing tonic Wolfe's Schnapps has always .been a fine thing for ' tirc-4' and suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is an old honest all-round tonic beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. Wolfe's Schnapps u- TAKE NOTHING ELSE. * Remember ' - j| THIS IS THE ?'' \: *-% LAST WEEK % or j Fitegerald & Co's M SALE 'j W. B WYNNE, 3 (Late McAuliffe and 'Wynne.) r; Land Agent, i Stock, Station and General Commission Age 52 1. LETTEBS WRITTEN, FORMS FILLED IN, BOOKS AUDITTED, &o. Caswctt Street, Peak Mill ] $^* CORRESPONDENCE INVITED 1 Massey-Harris Bicycles. | Massey-Harris Bicycles. | ' The best Wheel ' j Best in construction. i Best in ease of running. ' ? ' if Best in strength of frame. v,i Massey-Harris Bicycles. j Best in hill-climbing. 1 Best in speed.- - II Best in honest value. --M We hold all Speed Records, both AMaieur. j and Professional. J Can...

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 — 5 December 1902

CONDOBOLINr ; - At the local Lands Oifics on 21sfc inst., Mr. Moiiarty offered two im provement lease blocks on Mount Nobby. Both wore knocked down to Mr. G. W. Gavel at upset price. *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Relief Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

Relief Works. Last week Mr. O'Sullivan informed the heads , of various branches of his Department that he wished to have put : in hand, without 'delay a long list 'of - water conservation works nnd -artesian - wells, as well as four railways', 'three of ] them being in the dry district. Ho ' requested his oflS.cers;to'Boe that ' fed- j tape ' was ignored, and no other ob- j struction raised, and ihat the utmost \ vigor and promiititude in the carrying j out of the works be shown. In' order i to afford relief to men who had suf- | fered through the drought, all employ- J ment upon these works that could be 1 given must be granted. . As soon as | the money was available, a large num.- J ber of the works referred to would be 1 put in hand. Works of fhis nature j :were 'the best means, of relieving die- j tress, and employment upon them 1 ensured the self-respect of the men, it | being recognised that there was no I suggestion of charily in connection 1 ^vith them. - . ; ]????'?' ?:? . ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

WE 'WAIST ? ; ; Yon to do business with us. We claim to be experts in the particular lines of Business ? that we are plying, and as such, can offer advantages that cannot be offered bj- uuy other firm, cither in Trice, Quality, or Selection. WE ARE NOT ABSOLUTELY CASH TRADERS, ^e,like ALLOTHER COUNTRY STORES do a little of either, only that we see tluit the advantage is on the side of CASH. By this system we are able to ? supply you with the Best Goods at the Best Pricus, and ? in making 'your purchase you are not called upou to pay tip for thefello-n- that has' sloped. t,est vre Forget ! OUR STE.VW HATS (Ladies, Gent-., and Children's), are worthy of your attention. We cau show you a range from 6d to Half-u-Giiiuea, in any y Color or Shape you might faiicy. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Men's Mercers, Outfitters, PEAK HILL. GIBSON ;and company. Auctioneers, Land, Mining k Stock & Station Agents, [PEAK HILL. DENJAL. Mr, Hugo Wain, jj| Dental Surgeon, ?will return to Pe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 December 1902

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly _ meeting of tho above ^pasfceJil at the' Chambers flu Wednesday -evening listo -. ???.?* '; ' , Present :' Hie Worship the,- Mayor (Aid. Matthews), Aid.- Kennedy, tUbr ? sod, V&vey, Swain, and J, Hand. The minutes of the previous meeting . were duly confirmed after, which the correspondence was. received for ^is- ?: cussioa. '. '.??-'...-.'- . , . Helative to an enquiry, py Mr. Wobds as7 tit.' whether there, wee any work at Peak Hill for the uneni- \ ployed. '.' Aid. Gibson thought it would be well if the Mayor were to send a telegram to the MiniBter foi'' Works, through the local Member, pointing out.. '. that therS are a large number -of un* employed in this district, as well as. some highly important work . to, bp carried out, and asking if he could.see, his way to put the work in hand before' Xmas. He moved a resolution to the ' effect which .was seconded' by Aid. Kennedy,- and carried. .. , '' ?' Reports. ? ' - The Treasurer rep...

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