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Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

Irrigation. Mr. Waters, of EivervieV., has de -ised a noval method of irrigating a 'small portion of his holding, adjoining 'Genanagie, which has proved highly 'satisfactory. .The nieehauism is work ed by horse power. On a tree over tinTttfvvnn* 4-T1A Tiiriiv Tia line 4\TTnA n Mnp.lr 'through which a 'wire rope has been *un, connecting a cask with the horse ?works. As the horao works revolve the cask is lifted from the water, and so soon as it reacheB a sufficient alti tude, by a contrivance adjusted for the ^purpose, its contents are emptied into ix. drain which carries it to the land ire quired to be irrigated. The water is ?raised at the rate of about 70 gallons 'per minute.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Current Jottings. I [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

Current Jottings. -9 ?': . Bs GiussHorrEK. ^al in consequence of the recent fall of H Australian stocks, Australia's leading ]H public men are -making frantic efforts ^M per the medium of the Agents-general ~9| and others \o boom the wonderfully ^9J thriving condition of our ' contihont ^B before the London Financiers. Such ^S a course is manifestly, so much waste ^M of energy for these latter gentlemen ^B can be given credit for knowing what B they are doing, and that therefore 9J the case, and aro not likely to be ir L ^H influenced especially by such interested 9J parties. They assert ? that Austra])av S possibly without knowing it, has bceu fl borrowing too freely; and have con- ^H sequently chipped the brake on with a 9 jerk. . This came as a staggerer to the -9 mighties John and -Edward whb had ?; extravagant notions of what they were ~ : going to accomplish with the other ', fellow's cash-. However, ? in the midst J of the present devastating drought, ( the position is not to...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
First Trophy Fixture. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

I -First Trophy Fixture.. .The following players hnye been selected to represent Peak Hill in the first Trophy Match of the season— , Peak Hill y. McFhail, to be played on the local ground {to-niorrovr) Satur day: — Messrs. McAslcill, Johnson, Freeman, Bridle, Smith, Doyle, Tre ?gaskis, W. Gibson, J. MoAuliffe, -Miles, and Kidney.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOMINGLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

TOMfNOiJEY. - B Wo Lave been shown a sample of ? rich stone recently struck by Messrs. H tfrowhurst and Sons, in their mine at H Tomirigley. *Tiw gold ? is distinctly ? Visible to the naked eye, and.should H 5give a handsome return. -

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

Pastures Protection Board. The rolls in connection with the above are now being prepared. To qualify for enrolment owners must be possessed of nt least 10 head of large stock or 100 slieep, and must have sent in their stock returns. The date of the election will be fixed so soon as the rolls havo been completed. The ballot will be conducted as usual, by post, but in tins instance Daiiop papers win ub forwarded to all eligible to vote throughout the district. It will, therer fore 'be unnecessary for each individual stock owner to make application for a Ballot Paper as on the last occasion.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Weir. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

The. Weir. The work in connection with the above is progressing but slowly. Ow ing to the timber not being available the men have been idle for ihe past week. So far the trench has been ex cavated which is to contain the barrier of Rubproid and Puddle. According to the plans this trench, was to be only about live feet in the deepest part, but it has been found that bottom was not reached on either side of the water course, under 12 feet, Dhe necessary stones have been carted, and the puddle ready for ramming.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVI. LOCAL TALENT AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

^:-Asratha Webb. ., THE FUHrLE OECHID. CHAPTER XVT. locai, r.ii-r..';;' at work: IiuloeJ, tho situation was almost ludicrous to him. ' Bring it round tlie house, then, to tho grownd under tii is window,' order ed fisreotwater, ' without ? giving as sign that ho noticed or oven recognised the. cither's air of condescension. ' Aud gentlemen, pleaae don't follow. It'6 footsteps I am after, and tho fewer we tnnVo finrcmivan +T10 onciip.v 'tt'lll it be for me to establish, the clue I am after.' ? Mr, Fenton stared, What had got in to the follow? The lantern gone, the room resumed its former, appearance. Abel, who had been much struck by Sweetwfttei'a jnystorious manoeuvres, drew near Dr. Talbot and' whispered in. his ear : ' 'We might have done without that fellow in Boston.' To which the coroner replied : 'Perhaps bo, and perhaps not. Swoetwater has not yet proved his case ; let ua wait till he «xplaiu6 him self.' Then, turning to tho constable, he showed him an old-fashioned minia ture...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

' Deputation. 9 ? During :the Postal Inepector'p visit 9 to Peak. Hiil oh Thursday evening Jasfy _ I lie '-'was waited upon'ljy the Mayor and fl others relative to the establishment of fl a postal delivery -at Peak Hill. ?. It was 9 pointed out by Mr. Gibson that possibly fl the. Telegraph Messenger /could be -m spared from the -Post Office a short :M time each day to perform the duty di 9 Letter Carrier..' . ' ';'.. ;' ' 9 Mr. Maguire', in reply, .stated that ;9 application should be made to the S Deputy Postmaster, when the matter' fl would be dealt with on its merits. M The matter of a mail service to m Genanagie to junction with the Parkes -m Bullook Greek route was also brought 9 UP- '- - I To this the Inspector promised that m if application were made to the proper m authorities he would cause a tally to M be kept of all letters, &c, coming from m ?the locality through which 'the service M would pftBS. ? 9

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

PPADl£ *°?U euard ?fciin* JTCUrU ,. cvery-day practices. *™*'^'1 tPfarti askine for Wolfe's Schnapps flon't take substitute!. Tiicte is one only and only- out ~ genuine WOLFED SCHNAPPS, Don't be put off by the 'just at good' story. Unleu the «il brand is obtainable h would be wiser and iiftr not to take any at all. The London Directory. /^ONTAiNS Maps of London and j3uTiurl-s, V/ Xrrang-ed in Atlas form, lor convenient reference without folding. Street Guide to, London, loc&tingjtiie positions of tbe Streets Roads, Banfes, Squares, Market Tiers, &c. Commercial Directory of London, an alpha betical Beginter of Businesses in the City and surrounding London Districts. Tiade Direc tory of London, with exhaustive references connecting kindred trades. LiBt of Export Merchants, showing the Goods thoy Ehip, and tlio Foreign Markets, .they supply. List of Stc&inship lines, arranged under the ports to irhich they nail, and indicating the approxi mate Bailings. Local Tr...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

Farmers' and Settlers' Association, The annual meeting of tlie members of the above was held at the Commer cial Hotel on Saturday last the 21st inst. ..There were present : — Messrs. Bridle , (Tice President) in the chdir, Newbig gingy .Hu31,:ineinSj^Fitegerdd,; LampeJ Dunn, Reigor, Looney, and Xxibson; : ? The Treasurer's report showing a credit.of £2 Os lid was readi The election of Office -.'BeareiB for the ensuing year, was then proceeded with. President! — Mr. Newbigging said he had every pleasure in proposing Mr. Bridle as President. He considered that Mr. Bridle had done more for the Association than probably any. other ?memberj and had spared neither money nor time in its interests. Mr. Charles seconded the proposi tion! He thought Mr. Bridle the bost man to occupy the position. The motion on being put was carried un animously. Vico Presidents; — Messrs W. M. Niishe, and E: L. Jones, unanimously elected. Treasurer: — Mr. Charles proposed, seconded by Mr; Heiger, that Mr. H. ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

LIBERAL ADVANCES ' . Accurate Valuations, When required. . Prompt returns a Speciality. 'N ' ? ? - -^Jf *. ? '???-' ????'* ?nnil' „ , |F|| ? , ? ,,. ? |m ? LIMITED. Wlf! |f| I PRINCIPALS having over UUL. 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE SO i §yP CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. EL In las I III %M Strict attention to details, WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. SJ.a^I^tUls^f Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. DANGER BN A COLD. Attack it at the Start Tne Case of Mr. P. J. HGRCAN. (BY A SYDNEY BBPORTEB.) Without going far, afield our reporter lately came into contact with a very practical matter in which we are all in terested. It is eommenUd upon by Mr. Patrick John H rg&n, of No. 7 Norman slrcct, Diti'liiigliarst, who for the past menty-six yours has lived within a Etone's throw of hie present address. ' You were living in this locality when you experienced a great misfortune, I am iol-l,' queried the newspaper man. ' That is a fact, ' was Mr. Horgan's brisk reply. 'It is several years since I w...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

Cricket The return, match Alectown v. Peak Hill, was played on the former's wicket on Saturday last, and resulted in a victory for the Peak Hillites, by only 6 runs on the first innings. The weather was good and the wicket per fect. F. Litchfield captained the home team and J. McAskill the visitors. For Alectown H. Wescott and F. Litchfield did best with the bat, and F. Litchfield and Leonard with the ball, while for Peak Hill F. H Johnson topped the score and J. Freeman captured 7 wickets for 36 runs. The fielding on both sides was very good. The visitors speak in glowing terms of the kind and sportsmanlike treatment meted out to them by members of the Alectown club, who did all in their power to make the outing an en joyable one, and the next match with them is looked forward to with consid   erable pleasure. The following are the scores : — Peak Hili. — 1st Innings: Froeman b Leonard . . . . 13 Johnson, b Westcott .. .. 23 W. Gibson, c McGrath b Wescott... 5 McAskill...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 February 1903

KADINA.   (From Our Own Correspondent.)   A meeting of the residents of Kadina   and district was held here on Thurs-   day 19th February last, for the pur-   pose of petitioning the Minister of   Education, to grant the Half-Time   School now existing, into a full time school considerin Mr. Wescott was voted to the chair   He explained the objects of the meet-   ing, and said that the time had arrived   when they ought to have a full time   school considering the numbers of   children now attending. Some time   ago they made a similar request, but   were refused on account of the exist-   ing Harvey Park School. This how-   ever, was on the decline, and in the   course of a few weeks would have no   one attending, as the residents were   r...

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 March 1903

(7b Ue ESttor Ptalc iSH Ezprest) Sir,— A note in. your' current issue would leave the impreBsion '_that'I and other church people werff'actmg in op-! position to ; the' Concert- ComSnfttee-of the Hospital. This is 'not* the case, seeing1 dm- appointments 'were decided upon and ^nonaced in October 'last.1 The Hospital arrangem«nts'AweTemade subsequently, so we- catin6t accept re spdnsiblBty1 f 6ri3toAl -Bpirit1of 'reb^lipm in '? the ^Hospital ' Concert Committee'* rankeV' *It is scarcely Mr to ?feeap' ?odium tin our unoffendingMheatts. *Thej Bishop, however, has- opened thewjwT out of -this unpleaSftit -position ^fiv 'agreeing :to po'Btodne his visit till ??'PalmSm1day',l5A April.-'-Yaursetc, J. H. S. Oldhax.

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 March 1903

(To (he Editor Peak SiU Express.) Sir, — In a private letter from Christ churcb, N.Z., Mn H. J. Fletcher in forms me that the price of turnips on the trucks there is 12s per ton, as as serted some time ago in his letters to the. Express, Last August, the duty on these was 44s 9d per ton. At vre sent the duty is^SSs'Sd. A. ton of tur nips, landed in 'Sydney last 'Augnst, was 'worth as follows '.^-Purchase money, 12s; duty, 44s My total 5Gs 9d, plus the cost of sea carnage and importers' profits. As these were re-v quired* as food for starving stock, 'it will be seen how much the tarifl helped thefarmew in their time of need. ^It is only fair to 'Mr. Fletcher *8iat this should be made kno«-n.~ Yo'urs etc., ' ?0AftBT B0WBIT-a. ?

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 March 1903

'fToHfa Editor Peak -SiU Exvre**.} ? Sir, — A report haying been -circulated , some time since, that Mr. T. D. Oxley hold' a sleeping ' share with the 3?roi3- j peeti^ ?' party, I beg . through :the ineiftim tef^ypur journcl, to give'thls a mest Unqualified denial, ? Whilst sint- ' ing-the first ghaft Mr. Oxley had a man engaged, and although pSying-for the services of this man did yeoman service interest of the Darty, by obtain ing their requirements, doing the cleri cal work, and in various other ways ? rendering material assistance in expe- ' diting the work. I must say that the person who is responsible for the rumGr must credit the party with but a very 'meagre'ehare of common sense to think that they wouM Hamely sub- ? mit to anything- like ? thie.— 'tours ete., OrEORaa: Casbuxs.

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COST OF GROWING WHEAT. [To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

COST OF GROWING WHEAT. (To the'lSdltoriPeak Sill Express.) Sir,— I notice 'in 'your last issue a letter from Mr. Grimmetfc, bearing on the above subject. -I- am at present extremely busy shifting stock, and so have not tinae rfow to answer his re marks. I will, however, at a later date, go into 'the matter, when I will show Mr. Grimmett ? tho error of his way. — Yours etc,, E. L. Jones,

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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McPHAIL SANITARY CONDITION. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

McPHATL SANITARY CONDI TION. (2b the Editor Peak mil Expreu.) Sir.^-Jundly aaow me space in your valuable columns for a few remarks on the sanitary condition of McPhail. Now that the typhoid epidemic is raging, I think that the sanitary condition of every town claims the attention of the authorities, and in reference to Mc Phail I have no hesitation in saying that it is in a disgraceful and danger ous condition. .Not only are the heaps of rubbish-tipped clese to the town, but pigs ate tept shut up within 40 or 50 yards of people's houses, fiftd the con dition of seme ;6€ tie ^jack^ards are* vety dirty. The McPhail Progress Committee drew the attention of the Sergeant to a deposit of rubbish close to the Public School and never even received an acknowledgment to their letter. I think it is about time that; something should be done in the mat*/ ter, as I ani informed that Tomihgley' have two cases of typhoid, and bding only two miles away I feel sure we mustliave abotttbseak of fever ...

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

||p|-. - ? . ? : ? .' ? ' ? f hBn^, Balmoral %? VJBBflSBBHBflB&kr'*^- E3f\fm\*Y' .'?;..'? ' 'YX 7'E have, a fine variety now on Sals, and its ?'-.' YY the Boat Boot the Season will see. We can v sell them to you for HALF-A-GU1NEA and we can . sell them to von for A GUINEA. BUT WHATEVER THE PRICE, JAfiKSOH'S BQQTSnARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUE AT THAT PR!CE. They are Dressy, Easy Fitting, with enough room in the right place and not too much in tlie wrong. They are Fair Stitched and Standard Screwed, and on their 'Wear we place our Reputation. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Mens' Mercers, PEAK HILL. m 91. &Mdon Auctioneers, Land, Mining ci Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. NOTICE. PEAK HILL AND DISTKICT ?HOSPITAL. IT having been found that the practice of the promoters of en tertainments advertising half pro ' ceeds to be devoted to the funds of the Hospital, aro in many cases, ' -' ' detrimental to tho- finahoes of the Institution,, the Committee will be...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

'BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (Wthe -Mdtior 'Peek Sill Express.) ;, SLr,-3T reaij %itJi pleasure Mr ? Crowhurst's forcible methods of put* ting hisi-ofe'UBtsvieSTOijf1taie;Sonefit8 of Protection. . However, : as 4 staunch ' Freetrader, I must 'ask '.permission to join Issue with him' over '«omo 'of his remarks, I have iio 'wish te double bank* him. in Ids. fiscal ''set to' with Mr, Bowditoh, Yet I cannot resist theinclination of having ?«. '' cut in' just for the fun of the thing. I teel certain a fisoal fighting man like Mr. Crowhurst will enter into the spirit of the controversy with equal . good faith. Mr. Crowhurst lays himself but to curse, but under it all really blesses poor old Freetrade England. In combatting Mr. Bowditch, just at this point he rises to concert pitch, and strikes the key note of the whole posi tion of comparison between Freetrade and Protectionist countries, when he says, ''Itfbir -a. ifrord about EnglandJ ., Mr.UoVditchsnys England pays wages' which attract 'th...

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