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Seed Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

Seed Wheat. We have; received the following communication from P. J, Clara Esq., M.L.A,, re the above. Sir, — I bqg, to inform you that 'Application Forms,' ave now ready re-seed wheat. All annlications are to be sent direct to the 'Under Secre tary' Dept. Mines and Agriculture when each case respectively, will bo dealt with on its merits by a Board established for the purpose. I have asked that forms bo forwarded to the Court House or Post Office Peak Hill, and to every Post Office throughout the Electorate, i. to enable farmers to expedite their applications. In the meantime I would advise written ap plioations sent direct as herein slated. Hoping you will glvo this matter pub licity through the medium of your valuable paper.' * ?;.Youre etc., P. J. Clara.

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 — 23 January 1903

(To ike Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir, — In your issue of ^the 46th a jgentleman 'signing- himself 'Gum- .ileaves,'i-objects to the. most honoured ^man in Peak Hill (I allude to 'Mr. Jacob Matthews) taking -in Jus hands ?the nower of Bfseins- that our monev or 4he public money that is to be expended an relieving the distress of the nnen: gployed in our district was to be ex pended in tliejnost^ust and equitable manner^ -It appears to me that 'Gumleaves'V would 'have one of thoBemen-yho are classed as 'flio Tih -«mployed being put in charge of the Test of the unemployed at the expense of the employed, and I feel euro that -at least tho whole -of the employed and 4he most of the unemployed would ?object to the man who had not judg iineat, energy or intelligence ^no.ugh or ?whatever ik is that causes some inen'to find too much wort, and others who -cannot find anything to do. I feel -cure that the unemployed and also the ?employed would object to the man ' ruling them that had not tho...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Weir. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

The 'Weir. The % GbyeMiheiit Offioerj 'entrtusted with the i qonstmbtion of the Weir in the Bogan, near the 10 Mile Creek,; arrived in town on Mondav last.. He has. been busuy^j&ngaged attending to all preliminary l-jmatters, and is : now awaiting aTsupply. of tools &c. from Sydney. He informs us that in the matter of employment local married men are to receive the preference*

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

? /.To the .Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir,^-One of the most sensible pro ?posals-that I haye «een for some time 'is that in yourpaper, to give tho Old 'Pensioners a suit or two of clothes ? overyryear, and as every one ;«eemsto favor it, and my apparel is getting rtlireadbare 1 hope they will hurry up rand -carry it thVough, *o-that attlie next'pay day one of our good looal tradesmen could be there io take the onoasvrre of the old '.BlokeB11- as they »come «utof the-Peet Office, wiUi strict, injunctions to hiui not to let the old ? fellowTB booze'^him, and for'fiie more iaetidioufrof -tho 'old toffs, like -those, :*from ihe other side of the Hill, and 'those who have girls and would expect a Sydney built suit, thty could be put 'off to the next pay day, when an artist -from the metropolis could.be in atten ? dance-to-wait on them.— Tours etc.', . JPaAcncAi. Pensioner.

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

Ladies note our linens, j ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

. We rater to the wants of men, YOUNG AND OLD, ; , who desire to be well dressed in every partieulttr— Fir, MSHMW& FABRIC. Jacksons.

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

They Say^ That .the Office of the Exfbess web th.6 ecene of a little *onunotioii on Saturday last. ?*'' ?vadottiesiored.prwiictslif Iho Edi torial Chair. . That ttte said -'Mayor' did vow % vengeance on a man calling TiimBolf , % ' GumlflaveB.' ? ? . ' ' :, L } ..ThaUhe Insurance Companies are 1 now demanding an increased premium ^ on ' Gumleaves ' life in consequence f tliereof.. _; , I That an open reward of £lis offered ^* for the identity of the said '-3um- J leaves.' , . % That the] list of likely Municipal «^j aspirants has been been augmented t-v ? the names of Messrs. Jackson and A FreeinaiC .-?-.- ^ That tlie greater the number of ' candidates, the greater the amount of *! rates that are likely to be paid in. j 'That the attendance at the .General ^ Meetingof the P. A.' and H. Associa tion on Laturflay, .was most gratifying. ^ That moot of the men' who were re- | cently 'Knocked off' at theilyallB, i, have gone on tributing. - ' That the Tomingley Bices have '^ ?been postpo...

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

SWasseyJarris BieycSes. Massey-Harris Bicycles. «* The b0st Wheel ' Best in construction. -Best in ease of running. Best in strength of frame. Massey-Harris Bicycles. 3$est in hill-climbing. Best in speed. Best in honest value ' ^ We hold all Speed Records, fiot-k Amateur, and Professional. Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. CARE1NGT0N .'. HOTEL, WISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he is carryi on the abbveTrell-knowji Hostlery, and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. G° 'JAMES FREEMAN'S Club House Hotel, . -Opposite T. Hand's Store, PEAK HI1L« O If you require a nice cold drink of Beer, 'Wine, Spirits, or any light beverages. If you rebnire a -well kept Hotel for your Wife and Family. If you arelooking fora first-class Dining Table, or. - 32 you want your horse fed and cared for. -J.- W. LEES, Tomingley &amp...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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OLD AGE PENSIONERS AND THEIR CRITICS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

-OLD AGE PENSIONERS A^TD THEIE CRITICS. - ?{Tvihe Editor. Ptai Hill 'Exprm.) ? Sir,— I object to Mr. Campey'e dis ninguishing principleB regarding Old -Age Pensioners. Iiaiow -from expef irtnee that Mr. ? Campey'a wish iB vholly for the geod of his follow crea i'ires, and 'wlint he aims ntis to. do good according to bts ? lights.- But my 'light shows it to me in« very different fjolour. 'I thinkihe O. A.P: Act isane of the best laws passed, and the chea pest way ;possiblo -to relieve the .dis tress' of age. But^why sJiould tiiey be ??classed or marked as paupers, and Mr. ^Campey's idea of changing their 'oharacter is simply produced by. not .giving human nature sufficient thought. ?I would, refer Mr. Campey to Liebeg, one of die greatest Prussian Chemists, also one of -our greatest ireitors on -?chefmstry,'''to the part 'that he calls ths -bnitaUfy of civilisation where he, in -treating on hard workingl — They who live hard and work hard, living on .possibly bread and meat, their fo...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

[?] JWffle our columns 'r.re at all -limeo --^eii for 'j^Bie.publioatloii otmatUr calculated to 'be 'of interest to our readers, Ve 9o not Be cessarily identify ooraelree with the opinionB expressed under this heading.]

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS '.?-.: I'Br Wire.*! , i The German Chancellor has made an .;? important speech. He declared that 9 the «llies at Venezuela Were co-opera* 9 ting.' The blockade would probably 9 be raised when negotiations were satis- 9 factorily settled. Comnieiiting on the 9 Dardauelles question, ; Count ' von ? Bulow said that Germany's failure to 9 support Britain didnotunply hostility, 9 but was due to the 'traditional polinj'. 9 A groat Banquet -was given in New 9 York in honor of Mr. John Hay. All 9 the ambassadors were present Tho 9 British ambassador received a welcome 9 iar eclipsing. ihat accorded other repro- 9 sentativea. - . - 9 Mr. Robert Reid- has been chosen by 9 tlie t\ 'Pictorian State Parliament to 9 succeed- the late Sir- F. Sargood as 9 Senator. - ' 9 The heat records aro still high 9 throughout the interior. ' 9 A.fh'e destroyed three buildings at 9 Coouamble yesterday. Thodamage is 9 estimated at a thousand pounds. -? 9 Major Taylor defeated Gudgeon 9J twice i...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

.?'''.- coiiiioN. ' m Immediately after .the above, a - meeting of the Common Trustees was j held.' After preliminary matters . had -: been dealt witb, the Commoner's ? ?boundary was ; brought on for discus- .; sion. . . - - \ '.-Trustee Matthews eaid that it was not fair that .people like Mr. Schultz or WeitBhould be debarredfrom Com monage .Rights. He thought it^ would ?be fairer to extend the boundary, so as to permit of these gentlemen coming in. The Trustees ha.d no '. desire to see people prevented from registering their stock on the -Common, but what wore they to do?. For his own part he would like to »see the Municipal boundary madei;he€omnwjier's Boun daryr-' The Municipal ; Bouiidaiy, runs ;=fromitho ,i 0 ; Mile Greek alongjhy Mi1. Rice's fence on to Barrabadeon thenco ^along by Mr.Bouffler's and Mr. Braith waite's, and goes oh as^ far as Mr, JQiolos' Selection takings in Mr. Barnett's Slaughter Yard,und Mr. W. Matthews' Selection. . ; Trustee Hand moved, seconded by Trust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

! ^VOMEN TT. is as good for women as Tor men. Women often times need * vitalizing tonic. Wolfe's Schnapps has always Jwen « tin* thing for ' tjrc^'.' and . fullering *K-men. Wolfe's Schnapps U 4n 6!.d honest all-round tonic- , - -beverage And household remedy. You £et nothing but lasting good from ty jjsfc. ?' ? . Wolfe's Schnapps | ud TAKE .NOTHING ELM. I * Post Office Hotel, BAITC-ST., MOLO2TG. Fred. Bradford, PROPBIETOft. HAVING leased the above- old and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by Mve. J. Flynn, it ?will be my endeavour to make it one of the most comfortable and up-to-date Hostelries in the West. Thepremisee have undergone a thorough repair, and patrons will find that their oom fort is a first consideration. . Speoial attention is given to the selection of liquors, and the very Best Brands only are stocked. . The Cuisine is in the 'hands -dt . an able and experienced lady, and those who patronise the tables will find the fare to be of the best, and the Charge Moderate. ...

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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

Mining. 1 Messrs. Anderson and Hunter's 1 cyanide Works are now in full swing. 1 TheorushingofTuckwellandParty'a 1 parcel of ^iro at the Proprietary .Battery m was completed yesterday. -1 Frazer and Sullivan are still busilv I engaged on tike sinking of a hew shaft B on Aeir.ckim at McPhail. ' .- ?'/,' -?-? \ Oxleyjand Party are rapidly ainldn^. 1 The opiiumi expressed -about town ie '? tSat there is a reasonable prospect of ; their striking feir gold. * , .' ; Stewoi-t-and Morrison are working tlie -old claim known as tne Boulders, and are getting a little gold. v : . Most of the men who were knocked aS- -at iho Myajls Jhav© :^ -gone on tribute.*-.,.- ??? -...- ... .,?? _ .1 .'?.,... ; Says the Lacblan&tt, ?':? — 'A-crushing' of 16 tons put through the battery at the Surprise- mine, CoadoboHn, tbifl 9 week went elightly over the ounce to 9j the ten, and it is expected that the 9j tailings will reach the ounce'.. Condo- 9j bolin mines are all promising well, 9] and with deve...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Current Concerns. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

Current Concerns. I have been groatly amused by the rumored ? threats which have boon coursing so thickly through the air, as to what the Moyor -w ould do, could he but establish the identity of the un dersigned. I feel partly sorry for him, for it .appears indeed strange to me that any public man should squirm and wax wrath at any criticisms or comments shedding light on his public actions. Methinks, did I hold a pub lic office, I should -be pleased to have the opinion of those in whose interests and for whose benefit I was working. # * . # *1 hope the Mayor has given the matter careful consideration since my.' last, for he must surely know that there are men equally as practical as him self and who have in the past had the management of large. -bodies of men, and furthermore, who, although poor, retain the respect of their fellow workmen, who ' are at the present moment out of employment and sorely in need of relief works. No, Mr. Mayor! Retain the dignity .of your o!Sc9 and permi...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

\^:ilti^ial^bi3l^lf The iwuai fortnightly meeftig ofctb© above was Jield^itiihe Council Chain bera on Wednesday^: &e^ 1 5th instant. P-resont J— His / Worehjp'lhe HayBr— Aldermen ~J, Matthews,- ' Ji ? Hand. Davejr,' -Kennedy, I©ibs6n, Swain;^? 1 the Council Clerk i.pfavWVBi ^ Wynne.) M The iminutes. of the previous meeting M werb read and -duly confirmed, ;after M which the correspondence was received 1 for discussion. . v. ..'^ ^..- ?.. 9 Included in the correspondence was m a tetter from the Department f« the m water schome, intimating that the m undertaking would be. far too expensive m for the town to justify. . : ; ? Application fromMr. C. W.Barnott M to excavate a new cesspit.-— Granted. ~ 9 .;?...?: Reports. . . 'I-.* ;.-~:.-:.' ? The Works Gommittoe;TOported on M the various works, also that the burrs m w.ere becoming a nuisance. ,.??'. I -The Secretary reported that rates to m the amount of £10 1 5s 2d h&A been W paid in. The debit balanoo at the 1 Bank was ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P. A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

P.A. & H. Association. The Annual General : Meeting of the above was held at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday last. There was a very large attendance of members, the President, Mr. C.BHumfrey, presiding. Apologies were tendered for the absence of Messrs. J. ,R. Strahom, J. Ray, and J. Oainpey. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COKKESPONDEKOE. - Outward : To the Department re Subsidy. Inward: From the Rev. Oldham, offering, certain lands to the' Associa tion..' Mr. Potts moved, seconded by Mr. Newbigging, and supported by Mr. Whitmiil, -that Mr. Clara be again written to pointing out that our Asso ciation was ? established prior to the issue of the regulations re the 30 miles radius. — ^Carried. It was also resolved to communicate with the Pastoral Societies Union in the matter, soliciting their co-operation in the request. With, reference to Mr. Qldham's let tor, it was agreed that a sub-committee consisting of the President, — Mr. Hum frey, Messrs...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

IN MEMORIAM. KENNEDY — In loving memory of   our dear beloved daughter Mar- garetta Rachel (Etta) who departed this life January 26th, 1900. " Until the everlasting morn, When the shadows fly away." Inserted by her loving parents — MICHAEL AND JEANNETTE KENNEDY  

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

^^^BL ^ - *»6 -JAuii8Ufl ?JJgggEtfW Balmoral ^BbBB^^^^^jL^ BOOX. fl9M^^aB^Pg§pB- ? ? TTTE have a fine variety now on Sale, and its ' ? \Y the Best Bool the Sunson will sve. 'We can ! sell thorn to you for HALF-A-GUINEA and we can saKom to you for A GUINEA. BUT WHATEWR THE PRICE, JflSKSOS'S BOOTS ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUE AT THAT PRICE, Ttey aw Dnwy Eaey. Fitting, with enough room in the right place and not too much in the wrong. Thoy are Fair Stitched and Standard Screwed, and on their Wear wo place our Reputation. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Metis' Mercers, PEAK HILL. GIBSON [AND COMPANY.. Auctioneers, Land, Mining k Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. '' NOTICE. PEAK HILL AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL. IT having heon .found that the practice of the ? promoters of en terlaiuiiicnta advertising half pro ?'?'- , ceeds to be devotod to tho funds of the Hospital, aro in many cases, detrimental to tho finances of the Institution, tho Oominittoo will be pleased if, jn future, ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 23 January 1903

Local and General. The heat^lor some time jgastibgs been most oppressive. ''. *~^ All herbage is burning up rapidly, and a good, fall of rain is badly needed,. The rabbits in-'vnrious parts of this, district are increasing, and it; is time' tho work of endeavouring to exterminate them was undertaken. Tho best possible opportunity is now afforded, while they are comparatively! few in numbers. We regret to report that Mr. Donald McKeown, of Rosehill, is seriously ill with influenza. The Dubbo Quarter Sessions open on the 2nd of February. - The decision arrived at by the Far mers' and Settlers' Association, as to the cost of growing wheat is published in another column. The Coradgory Picnic Race Club meet to-morrow to draft out programme for their first meeting. The cost to the Queensland Govern ment of capturing and convicting the Kenniff s amounted to £3,601. The ballot papers in connection with the election of the Committee of the P.A. and'H. Association have been posted. Should any...

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