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Church Services. ANGLICAN SUNDAY, 30TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Church Services. ANGLICAN SuxDAY. 30m -JainjAiiY. Peak Hill 1 1 a.m. ; Toiningley 3 p.m McPhail7. 30 p.m. - ? ' . Rev. J. H. |3i Oldhajt.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gazette Notices?. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Gazette Notices Sale at Dubbo Lands Office on the 25th March: C 5 acres 2 roods, County Narromine, parish Mi'ngelo, situated 3 miles northerly of Peak Hill, bounded on the east by E. J. Stewart's Home stead Lease. Upset price £5 19s 6d ? m_ ; ? _l__jA finnn 1 f .* a .1 per uKvi:. iu ixiuiuLLu 3±jiv& 1 1 o tu value of improvements. ; Sale at Parkes Loads Office on the 24th March : 4 acreB in two lots (74 and 75), County Kennedy, parish Houston, situated about \ mile west of Alectown. Upset price £8. Lot 75 contains improvements valued at £77 10s. Sale at parkes Lands Office on the 24th March : 1*52 acres and 67 acres, County Kennedy, parish Willimba long, situated 20 miles south easterly of Dandaloo. Upset^ price £1 7s Cd. and £1 *6s 3d per acre sespcctively.

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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 — 30 January 1903

{To the Editor Peak 1M, Express. J Sir, — As there are seven candidates for the vacancies in our local Council, would it not be a good thing to hold a pubh'c meeting to allow them an op portunity of expressing their viewe on Municipal matters, thereby giving tho ratepayers also an opportunity of selecting tho best men. Our MajTor, of course, being one of them, might let th e ratepayers know the posi tion of the Council and give an account of his ste wardship. — Yours etc. , ? T. D. OxiET.

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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir, — Re 'Justice a ' letter, in ans wer to Hev. Oldhani's, ,«uch presump tion is seldom met with; v Is 'J.' not aware that J.S.O, has p, special license to roam- the «trebts?rt:.I)q68''he 'not know that his admonition was more in sorrow than in anger? .That the wel 1UFU Ul fclltt J'UUUg UIVU^VL U1U UMVIl 1» his (J.S.O's.) special caro ? That dur ing his sojourn here ho has formed all sorts of schemes for enlightening the said young men and endeavouring to raise their ambitions higher that the consumption of beer and No. 1 cigar ettes ? That he fraternises with them, — ' pleasuring ' with them in their plea sures, and 'woeing' with them in theirwoes ? Andthat it is owing to these facts and that he is so popular that the young men complained of so grossly — sic — offended him ! ' Unlike ?' Justice,' I will not hide my light under a nom. but subscribe, myself, J. Satox. [The above was held over from last issue. — Ed. E.I .

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BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

BENEFITS OF PR0TE0IION. {To the Editor Peak Hill Express. J Sir, — It is eminently satisfactory to 'find that Mr. Crowhurst is absolutely convinced of the utter uselessncss of grain and fodder duties. He says 'They rre the inventionof tin enemy or of a blundering blockhead'. It how ever, buuuib wj iiia Him uiey were in cluded in the list of duties because, otherwise, the true nature of the tariff would have been too apparent, and there .would have been nothing loft to induce the farmers to suppoit it. He complains that I am afraid to come out into the open and fight pitched battles. He shall have cause to do bo no longer. My contention is that Freetrade is but the extension of the principle of the division of labour. Men do not try to grow wheat, wear cloth, build houses, construct harvesters, compound drugs, and make watches, each for themselves. Instead of this, one grows wheat, ano ther weaves cloth, and a third studies medicine. Each works at that for which nature and training h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

The London Birectoiy* /So^TAJ2f S Haps of Lonuon ani Sabarbfe, \J Arranged -in Atlas form, -for oonvonkat roferouoe .Tvith'out folding.' Street Guide to Iioridon, locating tho positions of tho' Streets. ' Ro.tds, Lanos, ^Squares, Market Pieis, -fcv :]:, Commercial Directory .*-f Isonioii, an alpha-- ' ' - fjctic.'il Bcgiatcr of.Businassesl in tlie City.a'id surrouuding London Districts.' Trade t)irec--: -,; lory of London . xvith cxliaa3tivo .tcferoncon * *. * fonnecting kindred ?trad'js.' List' of E^ort Mcrdiaivts, showing Uio Goods tiiByship, and ', - ths Foreigu -Ia-iet,«, they supplyiTOst *-f :-.'- Steam-hip line?, arreuged under tlte ports to -. whiah thcr sail, and iiniica ting the ipproti- -. ; mate fiaJiogs. Local Tiude Diitotonra wi ? -.-. over lODSaburljan D;rtricta, arranged so as : ? to bs equally teiTiceablc for cii'cuJatiangf, cen vastiug, .or oidiaap' rcferonco purposes. Appendix of I* adiag Prbvintial Firm*, eici Cjusdfced ucdertliKr Tvads Headb.?s, s.ad gvrias some-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Original Correspondence. [WiiUe-our oolomng Rre at all time* open for the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne cessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this heading.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Local and General. . Mr. J: Frtrqiiharson secured the' contraot.for the 4Burr cutting at £3. .; We are pleased 'to. state that ,Mr. D. McKeowniB ra^ndly Tocovering. ?'' Grange lias, decided to pay its Mayor £50 per annum. Mr. T. Bridle had a narrow escape during tlie thunder storm on. Monday last. Driving into Peak Hill, he had just past a tree a few seconds when a flash of lightning struck same. Mr. T. Hand lad a still more mira culous escape. He was sheltering him self behind a tree, when finding it did not afford him sufficient protection from the rain, he moved to a larger one. He had gone but a short time when a. flash of lightning shattered the tree under wliich. he had been standing in all directions. The next sitting^)! the Dubbo Land Board takes place -on the 17th Febru ary.' r -,,? The result of the Lallot in connection with the election' of the Committee for the P.A. and H. Association will be ?declared to-morrow. We regret to Toport that Mr. De Lacy_is rather seriously i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

An Australian in Ireland was pleased to see a kangaroo at one of the 'zoos' he visited. Ho commenced to talk freely about it to the bystanders, ex plaining that It. was an Australian native. ' Oh, musha, Lord be good to exclaimed one man, in horror. - ' Sure I have a niece out there married to an Australian native. Oh, me poor sister Norah! ihe heart of lior must be fcrak entirely,' The two Gtoreyed brick htrtel at Dandaloo is now itimost completed.

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Pastures Protection Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Pastures Protection Act. At the end of next month, the vari ous Stock Boards throughout the State will cease to exist, when according to the above Act the P. & S.P. Boards and Eabbit Boards will be merged into one. The new Board -will consist of tho members of the Rabbit Board elected in July last, and two fresh members to be elected. Of the mem bers of the old Eabbit Board two will retire in 1904. These two will proba bly be decided upon by the drawing of lots.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

LATEST TELEGRAMS ['By Wire.] The patients at Oolney Hatch; fire resisted attempts at rescue.' Thirty five out of seventy pa tients in suicide ward perished; One frenzied patieat bit the nurse's finger off. The press insist on a strict enquiry. Lynch's relatives are reported to be crushed at the severity of the sentence. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain has had a long private interview with the Ministers of the Dutch Church. The. Customs Minister refuses to divulge the name of the offi cial charged with embezzlement. Subscriptions to the town Hall drought fund total £541. Tasmania contributed largely. Sir H. Eawson donated twenty guineas. An infuriated bull at the Bega stock sales, charged the crowd. Several persons were injured, a calf was killed and a valuable horse tossed. Splendid rains are reported in the western districts, also on the north coast.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Mining There is very little to report siuco our last. The water in the Proprietary Dam is rapidly diminishing out. The actual roturns of Messrs. Tuck uot yet available, It appears, how ever, that they are slightly below ex pectations. Since the completion of Tuck well and party's stone, the Proprietary battery has put through a small parcel belonging to Harris and others. Good, progress is being made with Oxley and party's prospecting shaft.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fifield. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Fifield. (From Oue-'Qwn Correspondent.) The principal topic is again the 'woafhor. It was fondly hoped that the December rains, were the break tip of the drought, but unfortunately, we wo again confronted With what appears 4;o be a worse season than the last, or in fact any o? its predecessors. Fortu nately there is an abundance of water at Platina for puddling purposes— that is for the deep ground. The surface :puddlers did not get any of the Decem ber rains, or not sufficient to do any puddling. The puddlers at platina — Burke and Jones have had to t-ake -their horses away 4o a good grass pad dock as the 'price of feed is too high to keep them here, but as soon as there are a :few inill3 of wash dirt up, they will bring them back. Stock are holding their own on the ?common. . The chief matter of interest this week is the rise in the price of pin tinum. A new buyer has visited tho field and has o'Berod'an advance of 2s 6d an ounce. 'Then again we hoar from another ^source that ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

WE BELEEVE':in«s^^|§!^^H Trade and Ctentrai^w-of'^p'W^m bfe iiotonr tiiienl J — ? — ? a':'Im

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

;???' : ? ??-.'? - -' . ? — ?] We cater to the wants ol men, ;'.-.? YOUNG AND OLD, ' who desire to be well dressed in every particular — = FIT, FASHION* FABRIC, Jacksons.

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

They Say. Tlwt tlio Municipal Election, iliis^ *-. ^ ^ your, xuyinie^B to be oxcitiiig. -; ?:'* ' Ttat Peak Hill sorely noeds a little excitement to enliven it That a Sw-imjning1 Carnival could ho promoted with udvantaffe. That 'ti6 surprising so many of our youths aro such excellent swimmers. That complaints are still coming in re the Mingelo Post Office, That in the time of William the Conqueror it wa6 moro dangerous td ldll a, rabbit than a man. That a murderer could escape bythe payment of a fine, but a rabbit slaver was put to death. That rain is badly required for ihe town- and district That the water in the Pro. dam rr'.ll last but very little longer, if rain do-:s notfaU. That the number of ?unemployed ia the district is astonishing; TJmt not more than a dozen men -ara to be employed on the weir. That the applications for same nu.a ber over 100. That many men fancied there -wei-a six months' work. That a dozen good men will finish all that is required in a few weeks. That th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. ' The best Wheel ' 3est in construction. Best in ease of running* Best in strength of frame. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Best in hillclimbing Best in speed. Best in honest value. We hold all Speed Records, ^both Amateur* and Professional. Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, $57 George-stM Sydney. Xocal Agent, A. W« Taylor & Co., Peak Mill. €ARRINGTON ;\ ,HOTE1,- J Caswell Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie is osrryi ? on the above well-known Hostleryy and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage, r Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. '°T° JAMES FREEMAN'S Club House Hotel, Opposite T. Hand's Store, PEAK HILL, 0. 'If you require a nice coldairink of Beer, Wine, Spirits, or any light beverages. , 11 you rebriire aweTTkopt Hotel for your Wife and Family, If you are looking for a first-class Dining Table, or . If you want your horse fed and cared for. J. W. LE...

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Moolong P. & S. P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Molohg P. & S. P. Board. . From:. Molong Express. A. meeting of. the above was held last week. Present.: Messrs. Hunt {chairman), Nash, WMtmill, , -Miller. andX.Jf.Smitb'r ; ''? ': . The Chairman intimated that under the new Act this Board would continue in office till the new Rabbit Board was ..properly constituted. D. Cheshire of Eugowra, wrote stat ing that J. 0. Herbert and J'. It. Green halgh, both capable men, were willing to act as receivers in ika.t district. The latter was ordered to be handed over 'tj the Rabbit Board. J. Cook, of the Canowindra Star, Vrote asking for a share of the Board's advertising favors, but as this Board was about to give way to the Rabbit Board an intimation was given that application for advertisements must be made to that quarter. An informal discussion took place on the question of supporting a couple of members of the present Board for posi tions on the new Rabbit Board and it was tacitly understood that Messrs. 1). N. Smith, 'and :Balc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

-, LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required Prompt returns a Speciality. ? . ? | ? ] ? LIMITED. W^*| |*| § -'PRINCIPALS having over UU'L ? 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE S|=i J Ilfjjfi CONDUCT ALL WOOL. SALES. h § 1 H fa H vt 11 Strict attention to details, ? .; . WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. §J a 1 %£ I % 1L» I i V Offices & Stores Circular Quay* Sydney. A GLORIOUS CHANGE. A Twenty-Years' Resident's Testimony. Tho Case of~Mr. J. NILSSON. (BY A SPECIAL REPORTER). In no business place ia there a greate'f variety o^ubjects discussed than in a hair dresser's saloon, as all callers ventilate tlicir opinions to the ?gentlemen officiating H'ilh the razor and scissors. But the latter takes his turn in the conversation as well, aud when our reporter stepped into a shop in Botany Uoad, Botany, Mr. Joliu Nilsson, the propi ietor, said : 'This blight weather ought to make everybody (eel happy, as you say;but I think it all depends upon one's health. I leincmler wI.lui I used to be low-spir...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Cricket. ? A meeting of the Committee of the Teak Hill Cricket Club was held at the Club House Hotel on Friday lasf, tho 33rd inst. Present: Messrs. A. Miles Vice President (in tho chair), Potts, H. N. Gibson, V. Gibson, Freeman, Mc Askill, Wynne, and Cooper. After the preliminary portions of the meeting had been dealt with, Mr. H. N. Gibson moved, seconded by Mr. Wynue, that the Lees-Reilly Cup be exhibited in tho mniiow of Mr. ( !. V. Stephens, Chemist. — Carried. with reference to the pavilion which it is proposed to erect on the Recrea tion Ground, it was agreed to accept the offer of the Council, and a sum of £2 15s was accordingly voted to pay the Club's quota towards the cost. A sub-committee, consisting of Messrs. McAskill, Freeman and Potts, was selected to act in conjunction, with the ? Council's Works Committee in choosing the site. ? ' After some discussion it was resolved that a Concert in aid of the funds of the Club be held shortly, and that a sub-committee consisting...

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