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Editorial Notes. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

. Editorial Notes. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. To-morrow the ratepayers of Poak Hill will be called upon to elect for a period of three years, three representa tives to deliberate upon, and help carry put all works connected with the Bor ough, The government of the Muni cipality is a most important factor to the residents, of the town, and it de volves upon one and all to record their votes for eucli men as are in their opinion best fiited to occu])y the high office to which the candidates aspire. Tti fliAnnfif. Alriairnimin 'RlopfirtTlR Tinvn been lacking in interest, — a state of affairs to be deeply regretted. Such a state cannot have other than a most detrimental effect ? on gobd govern ment. \ Aldermen when elected; labor ing under'the impression £hkt ho iuter 'estis taken by their constituents are too apt to fall into the Same groove of apathy. First of all let the ratepayers take an interest in their. own affairs, when each year we will find that can didates will not be wanting who w...

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 — 6 February 1903

fTn the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir,— By the acquisition of Mr. Potts to Cricketing and Tennis circles, the respective Clubs have been materially benefited so far as a first-class player is concerned. No mem ber of either Club will doubt fiiU fact. How ever, his action in the field during this year's cricket matches, more especially during tiie Peak HQl-Coradgery competition catta for a little comment. Last season -tne uaptainot the Tennis Club had occasion to take him to task for ' Barracking ' the players and pass ing personal remarks. This reprimand had, for a certain time the desired effect. I notice however, that the old practices are again be (rfnningto assert themselves. Now Mr. Potto, a word in your ear ! . Use a little more dis cretion in the future; and refrain from personal romarks, as the players, do not care tor same. Do not consider that yon are in dispensable, as the Peak HiU Cricket and Tennis dubs held their own before - your ad vent, and could, if needed, again ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

Local and General. Municipal election to-morrow. The work of excavating, the Mingelo Tank is now in full swing. Twenty four men are engaged on the work. Applications are invited in this issue A. and H. Association . /Relative to the Statement of -Mr.! Grimmett's, published in the Express re putting in and taking off a crop of wheat, the item of 'One man, one week, stacking hay £2, should have read 'stooking' hay. 56 votes were recorded in connec tion with the election of the Com mittee for the P.A. and H. Associa tion, 4 of which were informal. Last year 71 votes were recorded. The Fanner's Co-operative Co. Ltd., advertise in this issue that they have for Bale a large variety of seed wheat. So far 200,000 bushels of seed wheat have been purchased by the Govern ment for distribution among the far mers. The whole of this consignment has been obtained from South Australia. A Social, under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church Committee, is to be held in Murrell's Hall on the evenin...

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 — 6 February 1903

(To the Editor Peak Sill Exprtu.) Sir,— In reply to Mr. Thos. Sander son, I have much pleasure in stating that amongst the prise winners at the recent distribution of gifts were: — Miss Abnett, smoker's companion; MissE. Lockington, E.P. sugar basin; auss uamngwu, xu.x . vi-u«i- - .m-io? -_-. Swain. E.P. Teapot; Mr. C.H, Ste phens, E.P. Pickle Jar; Mr. J. Jack son. E.P. Milk Jug; Mr. J. McAskill, Miller Lamp; Master L. Ray, E.P. Coffee Pot ; Miss V. Barnett, Cushion ; Mr. Henry Stephens a penny dolL Yours etc., J. H. Sutton Oldham.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Concerns. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

I Current Cton cernk I am pleased jlxiraee by ybur last issue, that the Mayor lias at length taken ft rational view of things public %Vhat;a pretty -state of affairs would exist were our public men exempted from criticism. I notice also that my old friend,: Mr. Thos, Bridle, takes me to task for. bringing the matter for ward. Now, no one could possibly question the honesty ot purpose ot Mr. Bridle andthatwhathesays, tbathecon siders to be the right, but Mr. Bridle should remember that all liavo a per fect right to think for themselves; and are privileged accordingly by that ^British Justice to which I have so often -heard Mr. Bridle give expression; # # # Mr. Bridle says that the unemployed would in all probability strongly object to one of their number governing them, and appears to be labouring under the impression that the fact of a man. being out of employment goes to prove that .he possesses neither.' intelligence,^ 'energy nor capability whatsoever. This on the face of it is a...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINGELO RELIEF WORKS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

MIN/GELO RELIEF WORKS. (To the Editor Peak JTiU Expreu.J Sir, — With your permission, I would like to offer a few remarks re the above; I was extremely pleased with your able and very temperate leader of Friday last, with the bulk of which I cordia lly agree. Of course you were quite justified in offering an opinion as to whether the Mayor has placed your town in an undignified position or not, and I may sny, as one who has filled a burban Municipality, that I endorse your opinion. The portion of your article dealing with the resignation of the Mayor, I do not quite agree with, as we are not all constituted alike, and wliat you and I, Mr, Editor, may con sider degrading, Mr. Mayor may. think elevating. Mr. Matthews, at any rate, was quite within his rights in accept ing the position. It is simply a matter of 1asto. It was very a bBurd of him to goixiokingfor scalps,' and no doubt nobody feels it more so than himself. He evidently haB yet to learn one of the first lessons of public l...

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

Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. M The best Wheel' Best 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 Iwld all Speed Records, both Amateur, und Professional. panada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. WISHES to notifyflie 'Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie is earryi on theabove well-known Hostleiy, and hopes to merit a fair Bhare of publio patronage. ; Sest Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. 'JAMES FREEMAN'S Club House Hotel, Opposite T. Hand's Store, PEAK HILL, If you require a niceflold drink of Beer, Wine, Spirits, or any light beverages. If you require a -well kept Hotel for your Wife and Family. If you are looking for fc.'first:class Dining Table, or .. ?: If you want your horse fed and cared for. J. W. LEES, Totningley & McPhaiL You cannot do better tli...

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

.- 'We cater to 'the wants of men, YOUNG AND OLD, -who desire, to be well dressed in every pwticttlair — FIT, FASHHHU HBRIC. Jacksons. WE BELIEVE in '^pai^ni|oll p|jj Trade and O6ntraetion;of^®fe'« %M Ladies note our Linens. 1

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

tThey Say. That more votes will %e JioUei tit tW Municipal jBlection than was at first anticipated. That the seven champions still re4 taui the field. . That llio finish no doubt, will be a cIobb one. That a now*s hide produces 35lbs ai leather, nrliiln n linruo'c trinUn !-itt iC lbs. That the new Hospital Committee tafco office to-dayi That the sataiy at present paid to tile Secretary of the Iustitution is in adequate. That Secretary Wynne has done Kood woii, and is deserving' of. A higher remuneration. ' '..-'? That when a lamp burner becomes clogged with dust, boil in soda for half an hour, and it will conie but as clean , as new. That much dissatisfaction is. eX** pressed at the number of men employed en the Weir,. That when tho matter was first mooted, it was uaderstood that a fait number of men should ba put on so that each should receive a little. That Nftrromiue folk hold a KacS Meeting on the 17th mid 18th of March. That the event is to bo abigone, and it is expected will e...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

NOTICE WOOD of any length, and water at iowest rates delivered to any part of the town.' Supplies of* wood '' kept at house which is for Bale at lowest rates. J. McGUINNESS. The London Directory. /CONTAINS Maps of London and Suburbs, \j Arranged in Atlas form, for convenient reference without folding. Street Guide to London, locating the positions of the Streets. Roads, Lanes, Squares, 'Market Hers, &c Commercial Directory of London, an alpha- - betical Bcgistcr of Businesses in the City and surrounding London Districts. Trade Direc tory of London, irith exhaustive references connecting kindred trades. List of Export Merchants, showing the Goods they ship, and the Foreign Slarkcts they supply. List of Steamship lines, arranged under the ports to which they sail, and indicating the approxi mate Sailings/ Local Trade Directories of over 100 Suburban Districts, arranged eo as to be equally serviceable for eirculnriaug, caa- vaesing, or ordinary refcrenco purposes. Appendix of L...

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 — 6 February 1903

( % ih» Editor Peak Mil ExprmJ Sir, — After a lot of divergent specu lation, varieties of opinion and con flicting statements, the Farmers' and Settlors' Association of Peak Hill, as the result of very careful and critical calculation, has teen able to ascertain the cost of when* growing per acre bo exactly that they can determine that coat even to farthings. Now Sir, con sidering that the question is one on which so many experts and practical men have so many conflicting opinions I must congratulate the members of the Association on their remarkable precision ; but at the same time I have a friendly bone to pick with them. They questioned the correctness of my estimated cost per acre of putting in and taking off a crop, as given before the local Land Board in connection with the late reappraisement cases, and challenged me on this clearly defined issue (the putting in and tak ing off a crop). I met them by invi ? tation on the 10th ulto., and submitted I my statement of costs for t...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

Original Correspondence. [While our oolumns are at all times open for the publication at natter calculated to tie of intaie«t to our ttaden, we do not ae .???; oessarily identify ourselves with the Opinions expressed under this heading.] .

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

Cricket. 1 A match between teams representing ^M Coradgery and Peak Hill, was played 'jH on the grounds of the hitter last week, ^m when an evenly contested game result* ^H ed. For Coradgery Messrs. Bridle, jS Hunt, Thorpe, and Litchfield played JH best, while for the home team, Messrs. ^M McAskill, Jackson, liable and Free' |H man, did yeoman service. The follow- '^B ing are the scores :— -^M Cobadqert.— 1st Innings. ^B Litchfield, c Freeman b Gibson .. 8 9J Hunt, b Hackett .. .. ,:' 14 9J Kenny, b Freeman . . ? . . 0 -flj Bridle, not out ? 33 BJ Willcoxson, b Hackett . . . . 0 flj Garrett, b Hackett . . . . 0 9J Thorpe, b Gibson .. .. .. 6 flj McCasland, c Hackett b Gibson 1 9J Howl, b Gibson ? 1 9J Kenny, b Freeman . . . . 2 :9j Farnsworth, c Gibson b Freeman 0 .-9J Sundries . . . . . . 5 SJ Total .. .... 70 fl Peak Hill.— 1st Innings. 'S Freeman, h o w, b Litchfield . . 5 flj Tregaskis, c Bridle b Litchfield .. 1 jflj W. Gibson, b Litchfield . . . . 2 flj McAskill, run out .. .....

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

Mining. ' ? . ? - *** Foulkos and Party have gone on tributing at the Wythes and Mooney Lease. Most of the water iu the Proprietary Tank has been exhausted, . Oxley and Party expect to -bottom, about Monday next. Several changes have occurred in the sinking. It is the intention of the party after bottom- 1 ing, to drive 'some 150. feet which will ;1 necessitate the sinking of another 1 shaft. I Messrs. Anderson and Hunter's Cya- 1 nide works are still in full swing, m A syndicate formed at McPhail is at 1 present engaged in prospecting the j Barrabadeen reef. 1

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

Church. Services. ANGLICAN : Sijuday, 30th February. Coradgery 11 a.m. ; Burrill 3 p.m. ; Peak Hill 7. 30 p.m. ; Bev. J. H. S. Oldhav. . ROMAN CATHOLIC : . Mass second Sunday in each month ? -. , WESLETAN: Kadina 5\,p.'ni ; PeakHfll 7.30 p.m. ; ? - t -. - . - Mb. .T-nrlfiipT

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

Liver Disorders Cured. ? AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT M HAD FAILED. ? The following case of Mrs. Ellen H Moore, of' 12 Bray Street, Erskineville, flj Sydney' is a fitting illustration of the .flj marvellous efficiency of Bile Beans in flj curing the most severe forms of liver flj disorder and the multitude of ailments flj arising from such. This lady says : — 9 ' Some seven years ago I was troubled flj with very severe pains in the small of I my back, accompanied by constipation, flj and poor appetite, and a worn-out . flj feeling, making me feel very miser able, and unfitted entirely for my household duties, and in time 'my sys- : tern became completely debilitatad. For some time I was an out-patient at ? the hospital, but I was told I could only be patched up as I had a con gested liver. It was then I decided to give Bile Beans a trial, having heard of their efficacy for liver disorders. The first few doses made a great im provement in my condition, and, con tinuing with th.e course, ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P. A. and H. Association [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

:P;A. arid H. Association The adjourned annual meeting' of members of the above was held at the Commercial' Hotel on Saturday last the 31st ulto. ? ? :- .; ' . , Some 20 members were present, and the- Vice President, Mr. R: Newbigg ing occupied the chair. A report from the sub-committee re certain lands ottered to the Associa tion by the Tiev. Oldham on behalf of the St. Stephens Church Committee, was submitted, recommending the pur chase of the said- land. - Mr. Potts 'said he quite concurred with the report. The Sub-committee had been unanimous in deciding that the extra land would greatly enhance the value of the present Show Ground. At the same time he would like to see a more comprehensive 'report brought in, als3 definite information obtained as to whether the Water Right offered could be hold by the Society. A lengthy discussion embodying many motionsjand amendments, ensued. ? Ultimately sir. Ray moved, seconded ?by Mr. Hand, that the Sub-committee's recommendation be not acc...

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Municipal Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

Municipal Cup. (by sroirr.) . Annually this event brings forth in terest of an unusual character, and the present contest is no exception. The nominations are voiy satisfactory, in fact might be called a record,, for not usually do we find in Peak Hill 7 aspirants for- 3 prizes. But when we consider the prizes offered, viz., after the cup one of the placed horses of last along at a pace that will mako out siders weep ; the possible opening for a new 'Mare' to come through and ob tain some of the pickings alloted ; and the prospect of the Municipal Assoc. Picnic on the Harbor; then we can un derstand the keen competition. The nominations are-: — Wrought Iron by Water-right out of Labor. 7' ??'-'? , Horehound'by Shandy out of Dough- . boy. ' ? -.-'.-':????-?.. Lochinfoot by Aspirant . out of Mail man. Blue Hen by Acetylene out of Relief. The Ganger by Dooty out of Massey Harris. Obstructionist by Oughterbeen out of Politician. Ringdove by Great Eastern out of Am bition. Wrought Iron, ...

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

XADINA, Rain is. badly needed in tlus-distriet. Practically the whole of the grass has disappeared, and many ^graelera are away 'frojn 'home in'*'earohxitj grass country for thei* atbeier' ' ' * ??-——? Mr. Rt.BeasleyhasalmoBt completed m the making of his Ensilage, and is san- I guine that it will turn out successfully. 1 Most of the Farmers are deeply in- 3 terested in the matter of wheat Grow- 9 ing— discussed by tho Farmers' and ?1 Settlers1 Association sometime ago/ and . M consider the estimate published in the ;1 Express a fair one. - . ]

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Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 February 1903

Municipal Election. Messrs. Oxley and Jackson, candi dates for a seat in the local Council, addressed a meeting of Ratepayers in Murrell's Hall on Wednesday evening last. There was a good attendance. Mr. M. O'Brien occupied the chair. 'MV OvI/stt flin firsf sT^ftnlroT nntr that he had been in the Council some two years previously, and had earned the title of obstructionist. He had certainly been opposed to the method adopted by the GeunciVjof carrying on the business, but contended he was justified in so doing. The aldermen had decided to vote against him upon all occasions, consequently he found it was impossible' to bring in reforms. Ho had, therefore, only attended suf ficient meetings to retain his seat. Ho severely criticised certain works car ried out by the Council, especially that at Barrabadeen. The Council he said was in a muddle. Its finances were £22 behind and the rates coming in were only sufficient to pay salaries. For this state of affairs the Mayor was the person he...

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