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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

They Say. That quite a storm raged at tlie last meeting of tlie Hospital Committee, That Secretary Wynne came in for a deal of adverse criticism. That things were just slightly 'onpleaBant.' ' That in vain did the President en deavour to pour ' Oil on the troubled waters.', . That it is almost a certainty Mr. John Bakes will lie a candidate at the Council Election. That Ti D, Qslev is pr i&ring for the light. -lie Tl at Ihi P.M. inflicted some heavy fines, and rightly so too, for obscene language, at the last Court, That the use of bad language should be stamped ou^ in our streets. Thnt Mr. Bakes, if successful in gaining a seat on the Council, will prove a good man. That the matter of Water Eights on the Common is freely talked about. That a very largo number of men have been knocked off at the Myalls. 'Allot many Farmers would like to know what steps are bemg taken by tho Government towards the distribu tion of seed wheat. That fish abound, in plonty in tho Luehlan near Co...

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 — 16 January 1903

I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I 'The best Wheel ' I Best in construction. ? Best in ease of running. ? Best in strength of frame. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I Best in hill-climbing. ? Best in speed. ? Best in honest value I We Jtold all Speed Records, both Amateur. I and Professional, I Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, I 357 George-st., Sydney. I 'Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. I CARRINGTON ,\ HOTEL, I .. Caswjell Street, Peak Hill. ........ — TTTISHE8 to notify the Public of Peak Sill and Surrounding District that lie is carryi IT 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, .MATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, ?DEEEIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. TOE EXCELLENCE OF FLAYOR & PTJRITY, FREEMAN'S JERA.TED WATERS CANNOT BE SURPA8SED. All Orders Attended io Punctually* J. W. LEES5 I Tomingley & McPhall. I You cannot do better ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peal Hill Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

BENEFITS OJ? PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peal Bill Express.') ? '; Sir, — 1 must disclaim any intention of having entered this controversy with the idea of enlightening our- two friends, Mr. Bowditch and Mr. Fle tcher. I am not' in tho habit of per mitting 'My leg to be pulled.' I, prti convinced that those gentlemen have taken part' for one of the two following reasons, viz. : Either they are desirous of striking a blow at ' Protection,' 1-y cowardly atfd un worthy methods, ?.by, making it to appear that most of the terrible suf ferings of this country are attributable to Protection, instead of tho disastrous drought. Or they ara using the occa sion to advertise themselves with a view te. becoming candidates at the next election. I am strongly in favour of the hitter, because their methods do not savor of a legitimate desii'e to dis cuss the subject on its merits. Thoir style is too much after the methods of the Boers- in -the late war. They would take up a position, and deliver a f...

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 — 16 January 1903

Original Correspondence. [While our columns are at all times open for the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our roaders, vre do not ne cessarily identify ourselves, with the opinions expressed under this heading.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court, FRIDAY JANUARY 9TH, 1903 (Before Messrs. E. A. L. Sharpe P.M. and J.D. McKay J.P.) LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

Police Court, FRIDAY JANUARY 9TH, 1903 (Before Messrs. E. A. L. Sharpe P.M. and J. D. McKay J. P.) LICENSING COURT, . Several applications for renewal of Licenses were granted. The Chairman expressed his satisfac tion at the splendid report given -by tho Inspector of all licensed premises throughout the district.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HARVESTING AND MARKETING EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

HARVESTING AND MARKETING ? ? EXPENSES. 'Cutting 60 acres hay 1 man, with Self Binder, at 7s6dday, 6days 2 5 0 1 man stacking hay, one week . 2 0 0 Carting in and stacking wheat, 1 week, 3 men at 6 0 0. Thatching &e. 2 6 0 Harvesting 640 acres of - ? ? wheat, 4 men at £2 (in cludingrations) G weeks 48 0 0 Cook at £2 per 'week 8 0 0 1201bs Binder twine at Sd 4. 0 0 16 galls. Oil at 4s 3 4 0 1920 wheat sacks at 6d '48 0 0 'Cutting 40 tons chaff -tit 10s, bags at 10s 40 0 0 Horsefeed 15 horses 6 weeks at 6d per day 14 15 0 Carting wheat to Railway say -25 miles, 2 teams, 4 loads per week, 80 bags load, ti weeks, 2 men and rations at £2 21 0 0 Horsefeed say 15 0 0 217 4 0 'Cost per acre 6s 2d. Mr. Grimmett was then 'questioned at length by the various members of the above- statement and said that there . were various items which he had char ged to the capital account. It was then resolved that each of1 the sub-committco should read their respective lists, and that one shbuld.be s...

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 — 16 January 1903

Sick and Nervous Headaches Speedily Relieved. Shit- and nervous . headaches may aptly be classed amongst the most dis tressing complaints that fall to the lot of mankind. Bile Beans, by going direct to the root of the evil — dis- ordered liver and digestive organs have proved singularly successful in curing these headaches, the latest il lustration of which comos Jimn Mrs. S. A. Masters, of 18 Jarrett-street, Lei chhardt, Sydney. This'lady says-: — 'I have found your ' Bilo Beans are an excellent remedy for a disordered liver. At times I have been- so bad with Indigestion .that I did not know what to eat,' My appetite was con siderably Impaired, and although at nights I have felt like having a good sleep, I could not do so, and in conse quence, felt completely done up during the day, and suffered'agony with sick and nervous headaches. 1 was in duced to take your medicine by seeing an advertisement, wherein Bile Beans had cured a fellow sufferer, and can now say from my own experienc...

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 — 16 January 1903

POLICE COURT. JohnHogan, charged with assaulting Constable Lamrock whilst in tho exe cution of his duty, pleaded guilty. P.M. to accused: 'Can you give any excuse?' ? . Accused : 'I was drunk and hardly knew what I was doing.' The evidence adduced showed that whilst the Constable was engaged in the reading of a summons issued against the accused, the ' latter with his clenched fist struck him on the side of the face. Sentenced to one month in Dubbo Gaol with hard labor. Phillip Weeks charged with cruell ing illusing a horse by spurring him was fined £3 with 5s 10'd costs, Arthur Carrington pleaded guilty to working a horse with sore shoulders, a. fine of 10s with 5s 10 costs was -im- posed. ? .' - Gep. Fish charged with drinking-on licensed premises during . prohibited hours, pleaded guilty. ' Fined 2s 6d, with 8s lid costs, or in default 7 days. William Hatten on a similar charge fined 5s and 6s Sd costs, in default 7 days.' . ' . ,-?,. William Coombes, obscene language fined £5 wi...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

[?] ; The^ final meeting of ite Hospital Committee, vas held at the Council Chambers on Thurday the 6th inst. ? Present - -^ Mr. H. N. GibBonHP^ . ??' eidentVin thetJhair, Uavey, ? MatthBWSj ' - Bay, Fitzgerald, Rev. Oldh&m, and the Secretary Hr. W.--B. Wynne. Subsequent to the preliminary T)or»' . tions of tho meeting having .been dealt with, Mr. Davejr moved seconded by - Mr. Fitzgerald, That -Messrs. Campey, ? and Stephens act as Auditors for the forthcoming Audifc-rCartied. - It was resolved on the motion of Mr. Ray to call- for applications for *Uie position of Probationer, to -the institu- ? tion. Mr. Ray; 'said. that while on this ma tt it he would like to move, that in future all resignations should be aok- ? nowledged. There had been a great - deal o£ friction in connection with the resignation of bath Matron Bright and also Probationer Waiters. Over the latter he felt very much aggrieved. The lady had been allowed to leave the town -without a scrap of paper to show...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

Mining. ' The work of renovating the main plant of Messrs. Anderson and Hunter's Cyanide Works is still being pushed forward. The crushing of Tuck well and Par ty's parcel of ore at the Proprietary Mine has not yet been completed. Mr. Finlay Frazer at Mc:Phail who bottomed at about 100 feet found that the wash was dipping considerably. He has, therefore, Btarted a fresh shaft Borne distance away from the old one. Messrs. Oxley and Party consisting of Messrs. J. Collins, H. Hobson. Benr, and junr, G. Cashman, and J. Garoam. juur, have commenced sinking about $ mile south west from the Roman Catholic Church. Government aid. has been granted them. The yield of gold for the Peak Hill Mining Division for 1902. — : oz 9919, tons ore, 45,819. value £35,108 18s. 2d, men- employed '221, value of plant £41,160. The Myalls Unitod mine at McPhail produced the greater portion 1 of the yield. Tho New Dayspring, Coy's (Parkes) reports of the 22nd December, state that 190 ton6 of ore .had been crus...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farmers's and settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

Farmers' and Sbttlers' Association. A meeting °* members of the above Tvhieh ivaB responsible for a good deal of animated discussion, took place at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday afternoon last. There weie piesent — -Messrs H J. Fletcher, President, : (in 'the Chair), Bridle, Jones, J. Beasley, .Gximmett, Newliieffiiiff. Elliott, Charles. Korsch, T. Hand, and J. Matthews. Alter prc-limiuaiy matters had- been dealt with, the President inijniated that the present meeting had. been convened for the purpose of discussing tho cost of putting in and talcing off a ?crop of wheat. ' - The sub-cominittee appointed for tho purpose, stated that they were unable to agree as to cost. The lowest, esti mate tvcs ISs — Mr. Jones, and tho highest 22s 6d— Mr. Bridle. Mr. Bridle stated that he had based his calculations solely upon practical ?experience. Mr. Jones stated he was quite aware he had omitted several, items, but it ?was a'm'atter of opinion as to ?whether they should be included in, the ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 16 January 1903

Eace Club. A meeting of the Peak Hill Race Club was held at the Commercial Hotol on Monday evening last tho 12th inst. . There were present Messrs. Mat thews (in the Chair), Gibson, Murrell, Yeo, and tho Hon. Secretary — Mr. W. B. Wynne. . Subsequent to the minutes of the previous meeting being coulinncd llio Balance Sheet, showing a credit bol- ? . -, ancB of £14 7s Cd was, on the motion of Mr. Gibson, seconded by Mr. Yeo, adopted. Tho Secretary reported having in terviewed Mr. lianiber, relative to '.tho Race Paddock, nnd this gcntlomnn had ioxpreEsed the opinion that in consequ ence of the dry season, the Committee should be prepared to make a reduc- ' tion in their charge. Mr. Gibson moved, seconded by Mr. Yeo, that £2 be allowed provisionally upon tho account being.paid before tho 20thinst. — Carried. Mr. Gibson said .that seeing the Glub Had a credit balance it was but fair to grant 'their secretary nnJionoi1 arium. -Ho liai worked horJ on behalf of tho Club. He movod that fho...

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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XI. THE MAN WITH A BRARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

I Mgatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XL . ? .-. THE MAS W1IU A EVA11U.' ? ' ' But Knapp w.is not. to be awed by '* her small, keen oyo or Strident voice, aud prossntlr sueceedeJ iu surprising n knowing louk on the lady's fftee, which convinced him that in the oemfi ilences betfvoeh husband a:id wift! ft nnmfl hrttl linsn jiipr] irJuVJi -s'io nn peared to he less uawilling to ijapait than he. Knupp, consequently, tur ned his full attention towards her, using in . his attack that oldest and subtlest weapon against the sos — flattery. ' My dear madam,' he said, ' your good heart is apparent : your husband has confided to you a name which you, out of fear of some mistake, hesitate to repeat. A neighbourly spirit, ma'am, a very neighbourly spirit ; but you should not nllow your goodness to dofoat the ends of justice. If you simply told us wliom this man resem bled we would be able to get some idc-a of his appearance.' ' Ho didn't resemble anyone I know, ' growled Lotan. ' It was too...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required. Prompt returns a Speciality. ?m ? iim.m. ? irti,,,!,, , ? LIMITED. W$% &% § PRINCIPALS having over HU L 3O YEARS EXPERIENCE Sri I ill ft ' CONDUCT ALL WOOL- SALES. ; LalL Lai IU |J Strict atte'*!'on to details, r&^^a^s31^^ weights carefully taken. Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. Debility & Dyspepsia A Long Time of Suffering, THE RIGHT REMEDY AFTER MANY FAILURES. The Caie of Mrs. E. HARRISON. (BY A STDNKY REPORTIS ) The value of expert knowledge in the various pursuit* of life is readily admitted by Mis. Hinmi Harrison, of No. 19, Little liloointioM-street, Surry Hil!s, who stated to our reporter that by occasional practical sympathy and intelligent help we may greatly assist our neighbours, and promote tho prosperity of the distressed. . Continu ing, Mrs. Barrison eaid :— ' I am thankful for what my past me thods have accomplished, and in justice to those around me 1 will tell you what those...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vigilance Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

Vigilance Committee. The first meeting of ihe above Com mittee, was. held on Friday 'last All members were present. A most com prehensive scheme has been decided 'upon. It was considered that the best results could be obtained.by observing the strictest secrecy in all deliberations 'aad proposed actions. ';--=?-.. s _ ? The pnlj .thing! w&oli; Major Taylor, has doae jynicli has 'brcugut, hioi Into disfavor, waB on his first appearance.. W^ien its won ,lho race. Tie pulledja little flag out of bia pocket and. waved it. - Australian spectators haveaistrong dislike to show, and they showed their disapproval eo plainly that Major, al»;: ways'discreet, never jproduees his flag notr-. -.' '.?''?? .??'.' ' ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insomnia Banished. WELCOME SLEEP INDUCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

Insomnia Banished. WELCOME SLEEP INDUCED. , Mr. Thomas Eyan, a bank clerk, residing at the Star Hotel, Cootamun dra, suffered considerably -for two years, the main cause of which was wantof sleep, and she w^tes us:-^'I am 'by ^profession a bank clerk, and the -worrv of business an tHavaH unnn my mind that I could not obtain the necessary amount of sleep. I may sately Bay I did not average three hours' sound sleep out of the 24. This state ^ef things played up with my constitution, and I soon began to feel tho -symptoms of -a disordered liver and other organic troubles, . and . these were followed;by Bilious attacks, In digestion,. Headache, . Debility, eto. Matters began to loot rather serious, and I consulted several doctors -in the hope of bettering my condition, but to no avail, and having also tried many so-called remedies, 1 began to think I would be a confirmed sufferer. But the 'friends' in need came- in the shape of I3ilo Beans for Biliousness. I was induced to try this valu...

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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 — 23 January 1903

(To tlie Editor Peak JIM Express.} Sir, — Will you kindly allow me the space in your columns to clearly place my position before the subscribers of ' the Hospital on tb Mr. Oldham'« charge of -discourtesy to the late Matron and Nurse off the Hospital in not acknowledging their resignations. ?Ina'dvertance on my. part I frankly admit, but discourtesy — No ! our asso- . ciations were always friendly and in, the Miss Watters' casein conversation with her, I acknowledges, the accep tance 'With regret!' We have heard of. the old adage/' People in glass houses &c.' It would certainly appear that this self same adage applies most directly to the Rev. Oidliam as on ? looking up the records 5 find several resignations were accepted (of Matron' and Nurse) during his term of office as. Secretary, (and I take it nothing is looked on as official unless a press copy is kept of same) and these were not acknowledged by %e Rev, Gentle- ; man. Also to state Matron Gulh'ford wrote', to -the Pr...

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 — 23 January 1903

/Ib the Editor Peak SiU Exprett.J _Sir, — In your issue of yeBterday's date you say that '' Dreaded disease of typhoid has manifested itself, to ah fdnnning extent in Dubbo, Parkes, Molong, etc.' On what grounds did vou make that statement with reerard to Dubbo ? I can assure your readers that ao alarming manifestation of ty phoid has occurred in Dubbo, and it is not light for you to make such a state ment : you nave so facts to support it. Dubbo is particularly free from typhoid. At 'the present time there are five cases in-tke local hospital, all from outside the town, and only one case has occur red within the municipality since the close of 1902. This statement is made by me after an inspection of the ofu .cial register. — Tours etc, W. WHITE, Hon. Secretary, Jan. 17. Dubbo Progress Assoc. [Our assertion was based upon the fact of their being five typhoid patients in the Hospital. The' above letter, however, explains the presence of these. — Ed. E.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. THE MAYOR AND RELIEF WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

Editorial Notes. THE MAYOR AND RELIEF WORKS. The action of the Mayor of -Peak Hill in accepting a position in connection with tho Relief*- Works about to be started at Mingelo, has called forth much comment. . Partially through the instrumentality of the.Council, and partly in consequence of the energy of the Mingelo residents, a sum of £240 was granted a short tiuie ago with tho object of providing employment for the heads of distressed families. In this work it appears the Mayor is to be overseer at a remuneration of 1 2s per day. Seeing that' the' Council was Connected with tho matter, we think it ?would have -been..wiser. on the part of the Department had they asked for a recommendation, . from this body. No one could have.b.Ben in,, a better posi tion to have grrtln -that ?recdmmenda- tion, and everything would have had full and careful consideration. As far as a practical man is concerned, there is no doubt that the present appoint ment is a good one. However, we take it that ...

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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 — 23 January 1903

(Jbihe Editor Peat Sill Express.) /. Sir, — May! be inquisitive enough to ask tbe Eor. Oldham to kindly pub lish, through the Press a list of the, successful winners of the ' Valuable '' eiticles at the Into sale of Gifts, and aho pno of those who w«n the etc., -etc. Yours etc., .

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