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

DEATH. TRANMAR. — At "Waratah", Clif- ton Hill, Charlton, Victoria, on January 30th, 1903, AGNES HEN- RIETTA COULSON, the dearly loved daughter of the Reverend Heber Tennant Tranmar, (of All Saints, Bathurst), and of Ellen, his wife, of tuberculosis of the bone — Aged 23 years. Fortified by the rites of the Church. " Neither shall there be any more pain." The Peak Hill Express, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1903.  

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required.' Prompt returns a Speciality. . ? ' ??-- LIMITED. WC^ Cfe i PRINCIPALS having over !*$ U' Bos 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE SCI S lltlO CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. ILm is ion I 11 lil Strict attention to details, ^ WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. DilUl\LilO offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. Another Liver MAKES LIFE A MISERY. A Perfect Cure. Th» Oase of Mr. J. EQAN. (BF A SPECIAL REPORTER). A conBClontiouB guide will always tak» the shortest way, aud save many a weari some and perilous wandering to those who share his crimp; nv. So it is with Mr, James Egan, of No. 9, Elliott's Terrace, Springviife, Botany, who said to a reporter : ' I would like l« publicly state to my neighbours what I went through whilst living at Goulburn several years back, and I am sure I can warn them of many an arti ficial rock that h--d formerly led me to the brink of destruction. ' ' Yon will bo rendering a good service,' interrupted the writer. ' i think so,' p...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER. XV. THE ZABELS VISITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE OKOHID. CHAPTEP. XV. THE ZABEL9 Y18ITED. Julin dead in hie cbftir ! .Tamos, doad on i-he floor ! Xuapp, -who of all present was least likoly 10 feol the awesome Mature of tiie tragedy, was naturally the first to epaak. 'Both wear long beards,' said he, ' but the one lying on the floor waa doubtless Loton's customer. Ah !' he cried, pointing at the table, as ho care fully crossed the floor. ' Here is the beard, and ? ' Even he had .his momenta of feeling. The appearance oi that loaf had stunned him ; one corner of it had boen gnawed off. 'A light! lot us hfivo a light!' ?cried Mr. Teuton, speaking for the lirst time since his entrance. ' These moonbeams are horrible ; see hoy they cling to the bodies as if thuy delighted in lighting up these wasted and fehvunken forms.' ' Could it have been hunger ?' began Abel, tremblingly following Knapp's every movement as he struck a match and lit a lantern which ho had brought in his pocket. 1 God help us all if it was !'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Mil and PERU?, PARKES. Casli Bayers of ' Wkeatt in any ggoanttty. Bran Flour & Pollard Always in Stock, at lowest ijarket IJates. .. ??'?-.-.??- ?-V-/. A '^lil ?'::- . .;«#f$l 3€appy # ^rodperoug NEW YEAR, Is A. W, TAYLOR & Go's., greeting to all their Town, and Country Friends. As most peo ple turn over a * NeW ti68t,f * and make good resolutions for the New Yeai1, vre -would recom mend one very good resolution for those who are not already dealing with us : Eesolve to do all your business next year with Taylor & Co. Its the only way io be Happy and Prosperous. ^ W. TTaylor & Co^» The People's Providers, jj FF™ 8\ S^ Jill 9 F'l4i% Hi LI (Late lloAuliffo and AVynne.) Ijand Agent, Stock, Station and General Commission Agesat, LETTERS WRITTEN, FOEMS FILLED IN, BOOKS AUDITTED, &c. Casivell Street, Peak Mill. %®* CORRESPONDENCE INVITED Professor Moore, BEGS to inform lie public that lie is in Feak Hill, open to trace anv line of water with tho »a»...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Land Bill. Th-? recommendation of the follow ing provisions for embodiment in the New Land Bill has been made by the Executive of the Farmers' and Sot tiers' Association to the Minister for Lands : — 1. That provision, he made for right of conversion of G, Selections and S. leased into C; purchases. 2. That the periods for appraise ment le two, first at time thnt the holding is confirmed, and the second 28 years after dato of application. '' 3. That houiesioad selection rentals be fixed at \-i pel' ceut. for 28 years. 4. That the acre of npnlicants for settlement leases be reduced from 21 years to 16 years. 5. Thai, in districts suitable for closer settlement, first consideration be given to requirements of settlement before any extension of pastoral lease be granted. ' 6. That resolution vo ballots earned at hist conference be recommended in preference to the proposal in Land Bill. 7, That exchanges between home stead selectors or 'settlement leesees be permitted under certain cond...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

jAy The 'JACKSON' j|^^^H^^. Balmoral fHH^j^ BOOT. - ' WE have a fine variety now on Sale, and its tho Best Boot the Season will see. We can sell them to vou for H ALF-A-GUINEA and we can . sell them to you for A GUINEA. BUT WHATEVER THE PRICE, JflSKSON'S BOOTS ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUE AT THAT PRICE. They are Dressy Easy Fitting, -with enough room in the right place and not too much in the wrong. They are Fair Stitched and Standard Screwed, and on thoir Wear wo place our Imputation. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Metis' Mercers, PEAK HILL. 2ft 91. gi&don Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock k Station Agents, PEAK HILL. NOTICE. PEAK HILL AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL. IT having been found that the practice of the promoters of en tertainments advertising half pro ceeds to he devoted to the funds of the Hospital, are in many cases, detrimental to the finances of the Institution, the Committee will bi pleased if, in future, permission is first obtained from them. ? 'W. B. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Are You like a Stopped Clock ? [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Are You like a Stopped Clock? A stopped clocic is 'run down.' Are you ? Summer's heat aud close, trying days, toll on the business man, and still more on t\e waman iu the homo. Loss of appetite, loss of energy, a feeling of constant tiredness, freojient headaches and inability to go your old pace— these are tho signs of being ruu down. 1'ho cure, if you wish to apply it without wasting time and running : up a heavy doetor's bill, is Bile Bean3. This is no mere lheorr, as witness tin following case: — ^'Twelve mouths ago,' says Cecilia If. J. Monaro, of 10 Lackey Strrot, St. Peters, Sydney, ' I suffered considerably froai hcaduche, tired feelinjr, loss of appetite auJ sleeplossness. I tried doctors without success. Subsequently, Bile Boans were brought to my notice, au-l I de cided to give them a trial. The con tents of the first box guTO mo greni relief, aud thus encouraged I continued a course for a month, with the result that I now eat hoartily and enjoy n good night's sleep. I pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Mining'. The Tributors who until lately have been working it the Proprietary Mine, and vrho .have ..asked for fresh, ar rangements, have not so £ar come' to any satisfactory settlement with' the Proprietors. On Saturday night last, Oxley and Party -bottomed,' but the results were most unsatisfactory. The wash, is, however, dipping, and a drive is to be put in. „??'?.? Mr. Finlay Erazer, who has been prospecting .at-McPhail for some months past, and to whom Government Aid was granted, bottomed. Mb second fhuft during the week. It turned out r? --« a ' DuSer.' FBJDATi FEBBUARY 13, 1903.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

:|« '.iminriinwiin-ir»MHalEi-»Hn| / TT is as good for women as former). Women often limes need a vitalizing tonic Wolfe's Schnapps lias always itetri 4 fihe (hujg for 'tiredf and suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is Sn old npnest ail-round tonic beverage and household .remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. ASK FOR Wolfe's Schnapps [tM TAKE NOTHING ELSE. *

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Editorial Notes. BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Editoria^Totes. BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ' The old saying ' That1 ialf the -world are not conversant with how the other half live,' could very well be verified in Peak Hill at present. . There are in our midst a largo number of cases of actual privation and want, which call forth the sincerest sympathy and help of all. These cases need but to bo made public -when we feel sure a spontaneous effort would be made to in some measure ameliorate the suffer ing. The drought has, no doubt, caused an immense amount of -distress, but that distress has fallen more light ly on some than upon others, and it is the bbunden duty of those who have it to spare, to accord help to their less fortunate brethren. ' No one, with any sense of charity, or pity, could be cognisant! of the faut^at certain of their fellow beings /were (suffering, without experiencing ? a yearning to alleviate that suffering Some time ago a movement was set on oxi foot by our highly esteemed Medical Officer — Dr. MacCarthy — to fou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COST OF GROWING WHEAT. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

COST OF GROWING WHEAT. (To the Editor PeaJc Mil ExptvisJ Sir,— Iaoe. a letter m your papfa-jof the 6th signed by Mr. tMmmetfv 7.' was very much surprised to see Iiim take the matter up in the spirit he has done. I was the first who spoko about re the wheat growing, and saw our Secretary /{a|^t||kea him to -lotCMDr. Grimmett know about the meeting in order i^t Irt ijay feome «ml;!iear all that was said, and to show him that we did it iii good fftith. From Mi-. Griin mettVletter. yo% -R'Qttld thinfc that we asked Him there' to tojilt hitn and that .we. did it -to perfecfaonT 'But I say 'no ! After he made, his statement ,he said we could ast any questions; and in and when heiwas. leaving the room Mr Bridle said that lie would give him (Mr.*(Jrimmett)i£l por.ocre to put in and take 6S ,2iis land^ -and further, would «gn the agreement then. You will see ;by;Mr.Gritnm.et£-8' figures and' those offered by Mr. Bridle that there would be a good profit for him. This is what he takes ofienoe ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Local and General. The weather continues hot and dry. Mr. T. B. Hunter is stiir engaged on the survey of the proposed Molong — Peak Hill line. . .;?;.- A Special General Meeting of the P. A. and H. Association L will be held to-morrow. . ? -'.-?, Those desirous of ob^ining em ployment, on the Bogaa (j^f^Bulb'od Bhould communicate i ^iii£Mr. Jacob' Matthews, who is collecting the names of men for recommendation to the Minister. ' r,.1 .-. The Government refuse to divulge the cost of wheat purchased in South Australia for distribution among the Farmers. It is reported, however, that the price paid was. 6s 2fd. Mr. J. Robertson's (of Mayfield) wool brought 9|d. ' Messrs. Williamson and Sons of Warge Rock, JOJd. Messrs. Winchcombe Carson and Co., Brokers. Wellington Show, this year, will extend over 2 days only. The datos fixed are April 29th and 30th. A large number of ^applications to the Government for rae.a wheat from this district have beeiv. forwarded to the. Department.. ^ Mr. Wa...

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BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Miter Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. f-Totlte-Mitor Peak Hill Exprm.J , Sirj—1 note -our friend, Mr. Bow ditch is at it again, with the usual string of bald unsupported assertions and platitudes. He admits at tho out set, that.the' Tariff' still has some thing left. in it to 'Induce the farmers to support it.' That is some satisfac tion for Barton & Co. anyway. He says ' ' Men do not try to grow wheat, make cloth, -&c, each for themselves, &c.' Perhaps not, but that contention is merely a journalistic platitude. But let us look a little closer into the mat ter. ' Let us suppose Mr. Bowditcb. has a job at bis office that he can very well do himself, will he pay . someone else to do it ? Not much ! Neither will any other individual of the. industrial classes. Mr. Bowditch and hiB kind wonld compel them to give to foreign ers, the making of commodities that they could very well, make themselves. He talks of exchange of products for what others possess, -well knowing that the...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Current Concerns. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Current Concerns. What is this awful ' alleged muddle into which the local Council have .slipped, and about which everybody seems to bo talking, is a matter which I should very much like to fathom. Looking at the Council, and the work it has accomplished and is accomplish ing, one would hardly think that such a dreadful state of chaos and confusion as made out, was perpetually over shadowing it. If it were but the un supported assertion of an aspiring Alderman, there would be nothing to trouble one's mind about, but soeine that so many have taken it up, I must say ? that I am sorely perplexed. I confess, however, that in my opinion, the muddle is more imaginary than realistic. * # * I can hardly think that the whole affair has been started by ike public statement of Mr. Oxley, sis surely no. sane individual could consider for one moment that because a Council Clerk -had failed to write out an. 'i Order oi -BuBmesg-£*£pef 'Involving iiv& wmhj. toswork), on one occasion,;away....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Original Correspondence. [While eur ooluirutie km at all times open for' the pollination of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne ceBSarily identify . ourselrea -with ?? the opinions expiessed nndar tWe heading.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Do You Ever Think of \ gacftifon'd ?' ? : ? - '? A ?:'? i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

11 What are the WM Wfcves SayingP' ' { GOTO Jacksons!

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

They Say. That the result of the Munjtripal Election on Saturday last cam© 'ao » great surprise to many. indulged in at Uie Baid election. ~* ?''''[ '-i That rates to the amount of £86 Os 6d were paid iii during the heat of tha battle. ? ' '? That business in Peak Hill is very flat. That tea can be bought in China at ljdperib. That butchering must be an extre mely lucrative calling. That another butcher is about to start bueinesB in Peak Hill, , ; That it is a genuine hardship for the residents to. trot daily to the PoBt Offioe for theii' mails. That the size of the town would justify the services of a Postman. That probably no town in the State of equal importance to leak Hill w without its Postman. That the office of Telegraph Mes senger and Letter Carrier could easily bo merged into one. That the Council should move in this matter. That the salary of Lord Ourzon, as Vioeroy of India, amounts to £80,000 per annum. , That many farmers throughout tho bjBtrict are anxiously waiting f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. 'The best Wheel' Best in construction. Best in ease of running1. Best in strength of frame. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Best in hill-climbing-. Best in speed. , Best in honest value. /. We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur* and Professional.^ Canada Cycle & Motor Co.,, Limited, 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. CARRINGTON .'. HOTEL, : Caswell Street, PeaA Hill. 'TTTISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie is.oarryi W on the above well-known Hostlery, and hopes to merit ft iwr share of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. GOTO JAMES FREEMAN'S Club House Hotel, Opposite T. Hand's Store, PEAK HILL, If you require a nice cold tank 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 a first-class Dining Table, or If you want your horse fed and cared f-jr.; . '\...

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Subscription List. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 February 1903

Subscription List Lists 'have been opened, by Messrs. R. Newbigging an,d W. McKeown, junr., in aid. of Mrs. A. T. Randell, ?who has been -left destitute -with^three small ^children dependent upon her, by ?the deatfo. of Mr. Randall, which oc curred oh January 28 th last. As this is a most deserving case and one which commends itself to the charity of all, those who can possibly afford to do so are earnestly requested to contribute. Mr. R, T. MacNevin, J.P. (late Chamber Magistrate and C.PS., Dub bo) who was recently transferred to the Central Police Court, Sydney, has resigned his position under the 'State Government. During a period of some 22 years as C.P.S., Registrar District Court, -Crown Lands Agent, Mining Registrar, Warden's Clerk, Commis sioner in Bankruptcy, Probate Agent, &c. Mr. MacNevin has, by his .uniform courtesy and exceptional business ap titude, deservedly gained a wide popu larity and many well-wishes through out the State. He intends entering into busine...

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