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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

'We cater to the wants of men,' TOtjNG AND OLD, who. desire to be -well dressed in everyjiarticular — TIT, FASH1OI& FABRIC. ' 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 — 12 December 1902

District Intelligence. (From Odb ExoHAsaKS.) [?] Bread is 4 d per, loaf ^. ; During ^November 111 points of rain 4 were registered at Parkes. Parkes Council has about the length - jest sittings of ^ny simUar public body ^ in the State. On Monday it eat from 8 till nearly mianight, putting through \ about two hours wnrlc. . ' Miss. J. Flannory, daughter of 'MxBt John Flannery, of Close Street, and sister of Mr J. J. Flannery, of Tat tersall's, Forbes, died at Coraki on the 18th of November. At the recent meeting of the Council Alderman Wescott brought up the question of establishing a local swim ming baths, expounding an apparently economic and . practicable .fidune. A , fairly long discussion tookylace on the' ,. matter, the proposal receiving support ?' ' ' from several aldermen. v . .

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 — 12 December 1902

Take the Advice of one who Knows. Do Your Shopping at » 'TAYLOR'S' 'WHERE YOU CAN POSITIVELY DEPEND UPON GETTING THE 13edt SuaHtktf - J3edf *6fioiee ^ ????.:??? '??? / .' ^0P .. ? .'?'? .. 0/ Up-to-Date Drapery, AT THE Lowest Prices in Town. Even If only 2s in the £, it is worth saving. ITS WOETHY OF YOUE INSPECTION. GARRINGTON .*. 90TEL, ? ?'??? ?£- ??^'S^^^^^^Mffl^^W^^lw''^Mi 'IT77SHES to notify tHe Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he 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 FREEMAN, DERATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DERRIBONG STBEET, PEAK HILL. 'FOR EXCELLENCE OP FLAVOR. & PURITY, FREEMAN'S SEATED WATERS CANNQjT BE SURPASSED. ]: . All Orders Attended to Punctually, J. W. LEES, Tomingley & McPhail. You cannot do better than give Mm a trial. Everything kept in stock from a Needle to an Anchor. Positively the Cheapest House in the Distric...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

(To the Editor Peak SiU Express. I eiTj— 4. would like to bring under the notice of the residents 'the fact tliat the Council' have destroyed my ~ peace of mind By discoVejtfng a soul destroying water race, meandering into my garden; In good faith I took their _word ' this , pernicious /race was there, and guilty of the unworthy con duct ascribed to it, Iconfide'ntly took a pick and shovel, also* piie of Mat thews' -patent earth scoops, and -started in pursuit, with the --object, when I J captured.it, of fillihg in that obnoxious j and sinful race,' I could hot discover.it 1 with the kaked -eye. Sir, I borrowed ? 1 a telescope, -and an assortment of field 1 glasses, but, ' Alas,' that vicious and i unprincipled race still eluded mine J and the optical good's vision. Sir, if 'I that exaspeVating water race is not 1 found, it is going to cause uhhappi- I ness in a family, which until tho pic- I sent, has been a most united and .1 happy one. The ' Missus' has threa- 1 tened divoi-ce pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"PASPALUM DILITATUM" FOR THE DRY COUNTRY. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

'PASPALUM DILITATUM' FOR ] THE DEY COISfTRY. j (To iU Editor Peak -Mil Eznress. J I Sir, — Some four years ago I attended ] a lecture by the late Mr. Thompson, of I the Department of Agriculture, where- I at he exhibited some Paspalum, and j extolled its many virtues, nt consider- j able lengthy especially as to its value A as a fodder for dry oountry. Subse- j quently 'I got a parcel of roots from j tihe Department, and planted them in i rows 3 feet apart, the laud being dark 1 chocolate loam. ,- 1 iiave frequently j used the eultivator through it, aad if I - | were asked any opinion on it, after last | year, when it had . been some three J years planted, I. cannot say it would i be veiy favourable, 'as it made no more | grpwflx. than the common natural grass. j '?atiil jTtydQF.-favow'a.bie conditibiis it is, I it6 doubt,' ja^yerj. Valuable1 fodder, but j in.niy opinion not up 'to lucerne, in M either good :.6v 'bad season. I may ' H also say that I have' seen inaiiy reports j in '...

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 — 12 December 1902

RAILWAY HATTERS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir. — -In your issue of the 23rd ulto., Mr. T. -.Bridle-says that I have, no respect for truth, or I would not dare to make the assertion that he was over guilty of intentionally evading the truth. My letter in your issue of the 14th ulto., contains nothing that can be construed into anything so personal, and . ho must bo drawing ' upon Ids imajriaatiou when he maJies such a statement. I have come to the conclu sion that he must bo suffering from a severe attack of some force that, has destroyed his equilibrium, and he is' Iiardly responsible for his words or actions. I would advise that some of Iiis friends keep a watchful eye upon him, -and by -all means see that he gets proper Medical 'attention and treat- ' lnp&t. After the Dr. lure been con sulted, and Mr. T. Bridle' regains Ms norinal condition, will some of his friends ask.iiim (if he can) to prove -the truth of his words. — Yours etc., ? 'J.B.S.'r P,S.— - KivTSdito...

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 — 12 December 1902

BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak EM Express.) Sir, — I note 'our friend, Mr. Harry Bowditch, is still wandering in the fiscal jungle. I think he ought to wander out of it, .for ho is not at all convincing. Now, N-vhat does; Free trade mean ? If it means anything, it means the absolute wiping out of the Customs Houses; and I presume our friend is like very many other alleged Freetraders, he lacks the courage that such a pronosal demands, therefore he must be a kind of living Paradox. Ho- says, ' History clearly proves that ' Protection ' ' does not beuolit the manufacturers.- Well.now, as coming from a self -accused Freetrader, that is a stunner to me. I have always heard Freetraders claim that they^ijere just the class whom it did benefit, 'tliat the manufacturer alone profited by it. Ho carefully avoids America and all (the*othor Protectionist countries. But 'perhaps he will deny the phenomenal prosperity of America-, and assert that if it had always been a Freetrade cou...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

fib the Editor ? Peak Mil Expnss.j Sir, — As a contributor to :: your ?columns (over tha peniname of 'DTim- , rod') and advocating as ido-unpopur ' . ' lar theories, I expected criticism, honefet criticism — and plenty of it. But'T ex2)ected that .ciifacism to Ijb levelled at' the subject matter and 4i|Pt-at' the1 ' ^ waiter. . Such, at least, ? is the World- . , .,- wide custom that governs, men in such matters.' One' 6i my critics recognises } this'custom-and acts upoii it.' Butmv 1 latest opponent 'Webfoot,' comes down upon me with'.an' attack that ia so bitterly personal, so maugnantly spiteful tiiat it loses whatever critical value it might otherwise have ? pbB sessed. Ho insinuates among other things that I am a man^who finds it difficult to go stt'aight after sunset. This is distinctly Sbellous and for vwhicb. I 'give ~him tlte lie' dit'ect. Much as' I 'am tempted to ?'replv in,, kind to 'Webfoot's' .; strit tures, .1 dare .not, for by so doing I would sink to his level. The ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

Hospital Gommittee,, The 'usual monthly meeting of the above was neld at the Council Cham bers on Thursday evening, the 4th inst. Present : Messrs. H. N. Gibson (in the chair), Davoy, Matson, Jackson, Matthews,- aad tho Secretary, Mr. W. B. Wvnne. The minutes of the preA iqus meeting were read and confirmed. '; OOBEESPONDEN'CE. HcPhail Sports 'CtommiStee forward ing portion of proceeds from' recent sports, and asking for an explanation and apology with reference to a reso lution pasBe'd ; by jhe Hospital Com- ; inittee, andreporjtediin the Express. ' Tomingley Jteeidejlt. Aissociation, , . - . 'AnapoLbgyirom'ihe Treasurer, Mr Ray, 'for his -absence which was ow ing to illness. ' ? : P. J. Clara, M.L.A., re special grant for Hospital, ?: ' Resignation -if Nurse Bright,. as f Matron. Correspondence received. Re the demanded apology, Mr. Jackson thought it was hardly right for the Sports Committee to constitute ? themselves tho people of McPhail. The Hospital Committee at a previous me...

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 — 12 December 1902

Local and G-eneral. Dog poisoners have been hard *t it again. ' -????'. .'--' Many valuable canines have bit the dust. Owing to the continued dry weather the grass is rapidly disappearing from around Peak Hill. * ? ' . Graziers from outside districts who have leased areas are suffering consid erably thereby. Tho Matron has resigned her position at tho local Hospital to take effect Decem. 31st, Applications are invited for a suc cessor. The Parkes Farmers' and Settlers' Association are advocating that the Common be made available for Closer Settlement. A Revision of the Commoners' roll, will takg place on Wednesday next the 17tli. ins't. With our issue of tho 19th., we in tend publishing an illustrated Xmas Supplement. Everything in it is entirely now, and will doubtless be found very ' acceptable by our many roaders. 'Glowing accounts of Cobar are. re ported extensively at McPhail. . .A numberof men havo severed their: con nection with the Myalls United G.M. Co., nfflfl am about to ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The London Directory. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

The London Directory. /'CONTAINS Maps of Xion3bn and Sulmrfcs. \_J Arranged in Atlas form, for convenient reference wrtibout- folding-. Street Guide to London, locating tke positions of the Streets Roads, Lanes, Squares, Market Piers, &c. CommereinlDircctorj- of London, an alpha betical Kpgister of feusii-esses iu tbe City- and surrounding London Districts. Tjade Direc tory of London, :witli ciliaustive references connecting kindred trades. . Liht of Export Herchants, showing the Goods tusy slnp, and lie Foreign liafjtets they supply. List of Steamship lines, -arranged under the ports to which they nail, an3 indicating the approxi mate Sailings. Local Trade Directories of over 100 Suburban Districts, arranged so as 'to be equally serviceable for circularising, can v-asaing, or, ordinary 'reference pui^ioses. Appendix of Leading Provincial Pirms/etic., CJassified under tJisir ? Tcade Hoaduigs, and giving some details of their specialities.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

Original Correspondence, f MTiHe ouroolumfts hre at ail times open for the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, yre do nOtixe cessarily. identify ? ooraolvos- with, the opinions expressed wider this keaihig.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

KADINA* fFjlOM OtTR OWIf ?CoBaESP'ONDEST.') Last Saturday a light shofror of raiu ?fell all over Kadina and then cleared off-: and in tho afternoon at about 3. 30, a cyclone thusidor storm came up from the West and burst with teriflic fury-Over a narrow-strip about 4 miles wide. It struck tho Harvey Eangos at Gingham Gap where 2 inches or more of ^rain, inusthavefallea, for :tho Ten Mile' Creek came down a banker, and in three hours, the roar ing waters had coursed along the dry channelfor six 'miles, overflowing in several places, ^Messrs. John Beasley, John Woods, H:. Fletcher, and Goo. Standford. were ^fortunate in having their sheep tanks rapidly filled1, and' have'a sufficient supply to hist all the .summer. Away from tho immediate vicinity of the IJanges, the fall of rain was from -20 to 100 points, refreshing the maize crops which are doing well. Grass, is slow to'respond to 'the several rocctit light -showers preceding this one.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Now is the time. TO TAKE BILE BEANS. THIS FACT ILLUSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

Now is the time. $O TAKE BILE BEAN8. THIS FACT ILLUSTRATED. Mrs. E. -T, Ramus of 1 Arundle Street, Forout Lodge, Sydney snys : — ' Your Bilp Beans have proved a valu able remedy in ? my household. I am sometimes - troubled with debility, es pecially during the-, -hot weather and when I feel done up with a tired listless feeling, 1 take a bean or two with beneficial results. As a srentlo porta tive they aro all that can be desired and leave no evil-after effects whatever. My Soil and Daughter also take Bile Beans and from an all round experi ence, I can snfely say that Bile Beans are unequalled for poor appetite, sleep lessness and tiuit out 'of sorts fooling so prevalent duringthe'preseut season.' 'If you 'are feeling' run 'down ' or ' out of sorts'' take a lesson from *his lady's. experience and 1»ne up the sys tem ;bo -.meet the severe ^tas. imposed l-y Jhe enervating heat of 't-he present sea sbn,'BUe Beans hayo now gained world wide praise' jfi an 'undoubted specific forJBilliou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

EVERY . ??//^jSiBBP° PFftPIP Bho'M guard against MiliinM every-day practices. ~' 'Whr-a aildog tor Wolfe's Schnapps .don't take substitutes.. There is one only and only oat genuine WOLFE'S . 5CHNAPP5. Don't be pot off by the 'Just as good' story. Unless the real brand is obtainable it would be wiser and safer not to take *ny at all. ftj- ? ? ui.juna.iLljd McKmleyeOynsliea, BEGS to announce that they -have commenced a Stock & Station Agency BUSINESS AT M c P M A I L . Clients personally fend proinptly attended to. t Good Grass Paddocks to Let. McKinley & Dunskea, Stock & Station Agents McPHAIL,. MeGEEaiidFEBRt PARKES. Cash Bayers of Wheat In any Quantity. Bran Flour & Pollard Always in Stock, at lo\vest 'Sroi-kot Bates. AT McPhail and Ming do And trnvol the smroimding- District, TiIe Heavv Draught Btaluok, FEDERATION. T^EDKRATIOIf, 'by Cuallcnjrer, out of JJ iMarcluoueBs by Sii- Robert, out of Sail by Fanner'* Glovy. Challenger is by Em peror, and was ...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

the Battle of Gettys burg*. After a lapse of .seven ycarp, the manage ment' of fhe Cyclwama decided to replace ' Jerusalem' by re Jbrocting-. fliat masterpiece ?ofrCyclonuna Art, the -'Battle of Gettysburg' wluchtauBbd to mu oh excitement here sonic years ago. l?or the laut-four years, America andEui'op&.lmve boeii searched, for a socne fit to replace JetuBalem, and follow 'Gettys- burg,' but nothing could be found that would hot suiScr too mudh'lty tsdniparaEon. A South African scene could not be bid, a battle supnc »-d£. wautcd, and a.;r-jnstant jrieh being ce T)ics8cd% GycI6;wji&.' ?Wsitors tD sed fiettys burg again,* itV&9r'ficterininod' as ' uotliinil equal io itiii any ^srt- »f. -the world xxrala bo found— to iv-er^t--Gotty«burg. Thin lias been done, and visitors -to Hie city, -trill, afUr recent events, find -a 'special interest in seeing what -war really meflaE. '? The management hare added a most fascinating- novelty to tbe Hall of Illusions, -which,...

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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER V. A SPOT ON THE LAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

-Agatha Webb. P ? THE PTJHPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER V. A SPOT OV THE 1WS, ., But you'll let iii9 st.iy around bore?' he pleaded, pausing and : giving the other an impjorimj look. ' Oil yos,' nnsvr^r^d tho good na taxed coroner. Ft?nton vri!! Iir.ve work ? enough 'for you and half a dozen others. Go find tell lii:n I seat you ' ' Thank vou.' returned tho other, his face suddenly losing its aspect of acute disappointment. Now I shall see where that flowor fell,' ho mur mured. CHAl'TER VI. ' BEEAKFA6T IS SEBVED, OKxTLEUEn!' Mr Sutherland returned homj. . As he entered tho broad hall he met his Ban, Frederick. There was a look on the young man's facs such a3 he had mot seen there for years. 'Father,' faltered the youth, ' may I have a few words with you?' The father nodded kindly, though it is likely he would have much preferred his breakfast; and the young man led ? him into a little sitting-room littered with faded garlands and other tokens of the proceeding night's festivities ' I lmvo an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

? ? - ? ?? '? -:.-; ' - ???''.'?-:??'?;'-?? f UjBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required. Prompt returns a Speciality. ' „____ : LIMITED. ?. ' '? . _ ' ? /Vvv/s/VA/VkA»^S/V/v\^-v/XAA-vi PRINCIPALS having over SO YEARS EXPERIENCE CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. Strict attention to details, WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. Dyspepsia. A BAD TIMEJ3F SUFFERING. An Eight Years* Permanent Cure. Tip Case oTTflrT F. BROWH. (BT OUR REPORTER.) The serious student and the casual reader alike will fiud much to intereBt them in the subjoined Btatements, which were made by Mr. Frederick Brown, ol Hcnley-Blreet, North Botany. 'liven when quite a young' man,' aaid Mr. Brown, ' I was «. great sufferer from indigestion ; and many of the residents of Botany, where I have lived for the past eleven years, know that' it was not through carelessness or inattention on my part that I could not get rid of my wretched com plaint, for I tried nearly all ;tho medicines in...

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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 December 1902

(To the Editor Peak Sill Express.) Sir, — Its just about time that the rag-aries of some- — if not all— of our worthy members- of tho 'Force,' were brought before the Minister for Jus tice/ Since the advent of Constable. Ferret or Ferris, or whatever his name may bo, there, has been a general feel ing of unrest' amosg a large section of Peak Hillites.. It has always been ah understood thing that the Police are s'up2-osed to keep peace and not to excite the public and cause crimin iuality- but in Peak Hill this is mere supposition. It is alleged that shortly after the above gent's arrival he inade a. boast tliat he was going to ' shake' up' several of our leading Townsihen-, at ; the time mentioning names. H this is not trying to causa' people to break the peace — or places . of the ' Fporce's' head piece — I don't know what is., ' What sort of justice one can expect should he have a charge trumped up against him, was fully exemplified at the Police Court on Friday last. Take for ins...

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Jackson and Jackson. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

Jackson and Jackson. This firm have been with our town now about five years, and each Xmas we find them one Better Than Last in size of premises, site of stock, and size of business. Their collection of Xmas Cards. Toys, and Presents, for old and young are an eye opener, and the, price is fixed to bring you back again. They are also showing a beautiful range of Gents' Hats, and Mercery, Ladie's, Drapery, Millinery, 'etc., soil m season and well bought Grocery has also' received care and attention, and Hams, Xmas Cakes, Ginger Beer Powders, Cordials, etc., are to be found LntJuscorneroftbis Mammoth Business House.

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