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

JHH^b^ Balmoral HHHP^^^ BOOT. Al/JS have a fine vRiiety now on Sale, end its ;- W the Best Boot tb.L- Senson will spo. We can sell thorn to vou for HALF-A-GUIKEA and we can selltheui to 'you for A GUINEA. BUT WHATEVER 1 THE PRIGE. iaKSOH'S BOOTS ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST TOE AT THAT PRICE. They are Dressy, Easy Fitting, with enough room hi the ngnt place unit not too much in the wrong. They nre Fair Stitched and Standard Screwed, and on their Wear 'we place our Emulation. Drapers, Mens' Mercers, PEAK HILL. H.N. GIBSON ;a-t) company. Auctioneers, Land, fining & Stock k Station Agents, PEAK HILL. .'notice^ PliAK HUAj AND DISTEICT HOSPITAlK IT liming been found that Uio practice of the .prouioturs of en tertninniouls advertising half pro ceeds to 1)0 ilc voted to the funds of the Hospital, arc. in many cases, ?dL'ti-imriital to tho 'finances' of the Institution, the Comuiittoo will Tae.pleiiefd iE, in future, permission is .first obtained from them. W, li. WYNNE. Secretary. Sport...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coronial Enquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Coronial Enquiry. On Monday last the District Coroner Mr. H. N. Gibson, J.P. held an En quiry at Lansdalo, touching the flre which destroyed tuq^Lansdale Hotel on the Morning on tjfe 22nd. inst. After taking exhaustive evidence the Jury retumod a verdict to the effect ' That the ?nremises were destroved bv '? fire, but fi-oni tho evidence adduced they were unable to say whether acci- 1 denial or othenrise.' ; Had it not been for the awakening in time of the servant girl, vfche whole of the inmntes of the premises must en evitably have perished. One of tho lodger's 'bed clothes were actually oh fire v/hen awakened. Nothing what ever was paved from the burning building. The owner of the promises was Mr. Neild, while the Lesseo of the Hotel was a Mr. Burke. ' . ..-.'.' ' The building, was 'insured for tho sum of £200 in the Colonial Mutual; ' Fire Insurance Coy. An additional Policy for £200 was about to be ratified. ? The stock and furniture were insurod in the sum of £200. Nothing in...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Needs. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Hospital Needs. A matter which requires tho im mediate attention of tho Hospital Committee, is the urgent need which exists for a telephone service between tho Medical Officer's residence and the Institution. The absence of tins is often the source of much serious in convenience. Should a patient take a sudden change for the -worse, it is im possible for the Matron to communicate with the Doctor, a procedure which in tlie interests of all concerned is absolutely imperative.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Editorial Notes. ENSILAGE. At no time probably in our history, did the necessity which exists for the preservation of surplus fodder, suggest itself to such an extent, as at present. Unpleasant though the experiences of the past drought have been, still they suoiuu nave tne ono redeeming leature of being instrumental in indelibly; stamping upon tho minds of farmers the desirability of making provision for their recurrence. No doubt in\the majority of cases this lias been accom plished, as borne out by tho fact of the numberless expressions wo hear of people's determination to conserve for the future every particle of surplus herbage. Relative to the crops of maize which were sown throughout the district, so soon as it became inevitable that there would be a iotal failure in tho wheat harvest, it appears that no better niothod could bo devised for storing than by its transformation into Ensilage. This preserved fodder has come very much into prominence of late, and we publish in anot...

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

Rifle Club. The usual quarterly mooting of members of the abova was hold at tho Club House Hotel on Monday evening last. The President, Mr. C. F. Ste phens, occupied the chair. The Balanco Sheet showing a credit nf £1 1 .5ia 1 Od ivn.R risad anH nriiinfftil It was announced that Mr. Hutchins Tiad been tho successful ? competitor in the Stephen's trophy, and the award was authorised to be handed to him. The following Office Bearers were then elected for the ensuing term, President: Mr. C. F. Stephens. Captain : Mr. A. N. Davey. Secretary : Mr. W. Gibson. Committee: Messrs. McAskill, C. H. Stephens, and Miles. Auditors : Messrs. T. Jackson, and H.' Schmidt. Handicappors : Messrs. Davey, Woraiald and Bailey. A hearty vote of thnuks was accor ded tho retiring Secretary, Mr. Mc Askill for the groat service reudcrod by him to the Club. Mr. McAskill briefly responded. It was resolved that for the ensuing quarter, monthly matches be shot off in lieu of the usual weekly practices.

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

Out Back. The want of rain is again making itself felt to an alarming extent, espec ially in the outlying -districts. From Peak Hill to Warge Rock and Wilga Park, the country is looking splendidly, but from thence .on to Trundle it is ' in ?a deplorable condition. There is posi tively not a- sign of grass or herbage to be seen. The country is simply a red bare waste. ' The whole of the stock iias been removed with the ex :. ception of perhaps a niiiching cow or. two and a few head of horses. The major portion of the male population are away with their sheep and cattle. Acting on the initiative of the Peak Hill Farmers' nnd Settlers' Associa tion, the Trundle folk, a short time ago, made application to the Depart ment to have an Artesian Bore put down on Mr. Croft's holding. They were informed, however, that as the Government were about to sink a trial Bore between this, centre and Bullock Creek, their request would have to stand in abeyance. It is reported at Trundle that the Coonam...

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

WESLEYAN: Peak HU17.30 p.m.-^tr. J. Jelbart. Kadina 3. jCtu. — Mr.r jae. Grimmett.

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

Municipal %-iin€^.t ThexisUal-for^iightlyineeting of ^tho above was held at the Council Cham- , bers on -Wednesday evening last; ;V Present: Hie Worship the Mayo* :- (Aid. Matthews), A-lderuieji J*:Hind,^ Kennedy, Davey, Swain, Gibson, and the : Council Clerk, MrVrWv'B, Wynne^ ' ~ ?'';' '. \ ' ? ;', .'.' ?;?- ' . . ''? :'^': ' ? meeting had been confirmed the .'cor* 9 respondonce was received and dealt fl with, ?;' ???',?., .'?-?;. ;-?? ?-??; ? An application from MivD. McAnK S iffe for permission to remove Pepper' M Tree in front of his premises, was on -jfl the casting vote of the Mayor/ refused. 9 ' BePOBTS; ' . ?' . ? -fl Tho Works Committee reported ie. M Burr Contract, Pavilion for Recreation 'M Ground and various other matters. jfl The Treasurer reported a debit bal- m ance of £20 0s Id. Hates paid sines M last meeting £8 9s 6d. . . a Eeport from the Council Clerk on m the work undertaken by. the Council M during the year; fl Inspector of Nuisances repprted liav- m ing inspec...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

ROMAN CATHOLIC : Mass second Sunday in each month

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

Novel Operation. A rather novel operation was at tempted by Dr. Cribb on Wednesday last, upon a horso belonging to Mr. J. L: Edwards of Tomingley. It was the intention of the Doctor to' remove a defective eye from the beast, but the Chloroform failed to take effect. In spite of the fact that tho horse in haled Chloroform for fully half an hour, it continued to kick and plunge violently. The operation had, there fore, to be relinquished. . Throe men — Digby Grand, boot maker; John Thomas Woolford, but cher; and Albert Yooinans, liorse ? trainer — have been arrested in connec tion with the ?' Auburn murder. _.'.. ?'.-??-

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

Major Taylor, tlie champion Cyclist, carries a piece of etick in ? liis mouth, ?vrheii ho ie racing, and ho chews tide tho whole time. - Evou when lie x \Eprii)ling Ida jaw3 are quiotly at -work 'on his che\ring stkl:.

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

/you - \ § squander! $ MONEY U ? -, in buying substitutes or ^? ? ' Imitations which may be i : | '. thrust upon you in an { \ \ I unguarded moment by }: : I dishonest tradesmen. -. ; \f 1} \ H FOR &. || EXAMPLE | . You might save a few ; ; ? '. pence in the deal, but j ? ? '?. you would lose the entire : : if benefit which would}; ' follow the use of ; a bottle '\\ Sf of Wolfe's Schnapps. i\ ft UNLESS % I YOU CAN ft i f obtain the real article you ( S [ t want it would be wiser to i.\ \ IV save your money and not fK 4t. take any at all. '}' Bost Office BJotel, BANK-ST., MOLONG. Fred. Bradford, PROPRIETOR. HAYlNG.leasod the above old and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by lire. J. Flynn, it will bo iny endeavour to make it one of the most comfortable and up-to-date Hostelries in tie West. . Tho premises hare undergone a thorough -repair, and patrons will find thai tlicir com fort ib a first consideration. . Special attention is given to tha selection of liquors, and the ve...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER. XII. WATTLES COMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 30 January 1903

Agatha Webb. THE FTJBPJJB OECKID. CHAPTER. XII. ?WATTLES COME?. 'I don't care any tiling aliout last night's work, or whJ was concerned in it, That's rioting to me. AllITwant- 'mi bov is the money, and that I wont ' de'vilis'h bad, or I would not have run up here from Boston, wlion I might have made naif a hundred oft a countryman Lawis brought in from the €anada wilds this morning.' 'Wattles, I swear ? _ But the hand h© liad raised was quickly drawn down by the other. ' Don't ' said the older man shortly. 'It won't pay, Sutherland. Stage talk never passei for anything with mo. Besides, your wliite face tells a truer storv than your lips, and time is precious. ' I want to take the eleven o'clock train back. So down with the cash Nine hundred and filty-nve it is, but, being friends, we will let the odd five go.' . ' Wattles, I was to bring- it to you to-morrow, or was it the next day ? I do not want to give it to you to-night ; indeed I cannot, but ? Wattles, wait, stop! Where are yo...

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

That feeling, so prevalent in the hot weather' which make men tired of life and work, is becoming more common eveiy year. Many attribute this to the climate; and, in fact, the climate is responsible — very slightly, however. If you feel Weary and lack energy, you may rest assured that youv blood is thin, weak, or im? pure ; if it \rere rich and pure it would impart vitality and energy in every nerve and organ in the body, and tlio whole system, would be robust and healthy. 'When the system is run down from weakness of the blood, you become tired and Worn-Out and are only able to do a very slight amount of work without feeling great fatigue. You have a constant desire to lie down, and at the end of the day feel utterly -worn-out and dispirited. You may, by force of will, overcome that wom-out Feeling for a time, but this course acts on the nerves, and results eventually in ' nervous prostration.' tho blood only becomes impure when the stomach, liver, and bowels are not in good work i...

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

Obituary. Quite a gloom was cast over the town on Sunday evening last when it became known that Mr. A. T. Randell of Genanagie, had succumbed to a severe attack of Influenza. The de- ceased had been ailing for only about eight days, and on Saturday it was decided to remove him from his resi- dence, to the local Hospital. All efforts, however, were unavailing, and he died about 9 o'clock on Sunday evening. Dr. Cribb was his Medical attendant, and did all that human skill   could possibly devise. While in the Hospital, Nurse Patterson and her   assistant were untiring in their at- tention on the sick man. FUNERAL. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, the remains being followed by a large number of sorrowing friends who had come to pay their last respects to the departed. Mr. C. F. Stephens read the burial service at the grave. Included in those present were Mr. C. B. Humfrey — Manager of Genanagie Station, deceased fellow employees, also a number of bu...

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

Ensilage   Last week we had the privilege of visiting and inspecting the mode of procedure adopted by Mr. Robert Beasley, at Harvey Park of' trans-   forming his maize crops into ensilage.   In order to ensure that the ensilage will contain a full measure of nutri- ment, the corn is allowed to go into cob before cutting. Mr. Beasley has excavated a pit calculated to contain, when full, about 50 tons. The sides of this pit he has timbered. Into it he puts day by day, a layer of about two feet of corn which he has previously   passed through the chaff cutter. The object of putting in only the cer- tain proportion each day is to allow it to attain the required heat. This is absolutely necessary for preservation purposes. After the cut maize has been allowed to lie in tho pit for several hours it rises in temperature to about 125 degrees, and gives forth a peculiar smell not wholly disagreeable. In appearance it bears the resemblance o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

LIBERAL .ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required, - Proirjgt returns a .Speciality. .??''. i*--~-~~._. ? „„, T ,„ ? , LIMITED. - Wf| ft J Principals having over %J? %& log 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE SCI I IMP CONDUCT ALL. WOOL SALES. _Ls ass &sa 1 ill %M Strict attention to details, *'' ** vm && WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. %$& &, %& offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. General Debilitation. A PERFECT RESUSCITATION. The Cate of Mrs. A. HANXAM. (FOB THE 'TIMES.') Tb is an indisputable fact that if sensible measures are taken in time many of the evils to which we arc subject can be counter acted. Conclusive proof of this is fur nished by Mrs. Ada Hannam, of ChurcU strect, North Parramatta, who, on being interrogated by our reporter, replied : 'If I had not adopted the measures I did, I fear to think wlint might have hap pened, for I was jtiEt in that weak condi tion which materially helps all sorts of diseases to lay hold of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

F flfiL The 'JACKSON' hBhS|^ Balmoral 'VTTE have a fine variety now on Sale, aud its V T the Best Boot the Seiison will see. AVe can soil tlioiu to vou for HALF-A-GUINEA and we can sell lh«m to 'you fox- A GUINEA. BUT WHATEVER THE PRICE, JASKSCN'S BCOTS ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUE AT THAT PRICE. They are Dressy Easy Fitting, with enough room in the n^iit place ana not too much in the wrong. They are Fair Stitched ond Stsimlnrd Screwed, and on their Wear wo place our Imputation. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Mens' Mercers, PEAK HILL. rjAND COMrANT. Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL notIcel TEAK HILL AND DISTRICT H0SPIT4L. IT haying been found that the practice of the promoters of en tertainments advertising half pro ceeds to be devoted to the funds of the Hospital, are in many cases, detrimental to the finances of the Institution, the Committee will 'be pleased if, in future, permission is first obtained from them. W. B. WYNNE. Secr...

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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XIV. A FINAL TEMPTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

Agatha Webb. ? . THE PURPLE OKCHID. CHAPTEE XIY. AFIN-ALTEXirTATIOX. But ho was not destined to take it or any other train cut of Purlchester that night, for when he reuehod the fwiee dividing Mv. Sutherland's grounds .J'fom those of his adjoining neighbour, ho saw, drawn up in the moonlight just at the point where lie had intended to Jeap tlio fence, the form of a woman ?with one hand hold out to stop him. It was Amabel. (Jontounded. by.tais checic ana mien with an anger that was nigh to danger ous, lie fell back and then immediately sprang forward. ' What aro you duing hero ?' he cried. 'Don't you know that it is eleven o'clock, and that my father re quires the house to be closed at that hour ?' ' And you ?' wns her sole retort ; ' What are you doing here ? Are you floarching for flowers in the woods, and 'in -that valise you carry the receptacle in which you hope to put your botani cal specimens ?' With a savnge gosture he dropped tho valiso and took her fiercely by the 'shoulder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

EVERY -^»' PFflPIP **IOU'1* guard against M/VTM^ trcry-dty practices. ™^™'-l Vhm asking for Wolfe's |Schiupps don't take fobstitotcs. There b one only and only one genuine WOLFE'5 SCHNAPPS. Don't be put off by the 'just as good' story- Ualesi the real brand it obtainable it would be wiser and safer not to take any at all. Post Office Hotel, BANE-ST., M0L03TO. Fred. Bradford, PEOERIETOR, HAVING leased the above old and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by Mis. J. Flynn, it Trill be my endeavour to make it one of the most comfo.table and up-to-date Hostelries in the West. The premises have undergone a thorough repair, and patrons will find that their com fort is a first consideration. Special attention is given to the selection of liquors, and the very Best Brands only are stocked. The Cuisine is in the lands of an able and experienced lady, and those who patronise the tables will find the fare to be of the best, and the Charge Moderate. The Stabling accommodation ib also much improve...

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