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Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

IJditorial Notes. The State o£ New South Wales has never before been in the deplorable condition that it now is, and it is questionable whether, even with the economy aud the return of favorable seasons, it will reach the same pros perous level of ten years ago within the nest 25 or 30 years. Each in dustry has gone down almost as low as it can go, and it will take both time and money to settle them and 6tart them again as progressive upward and onward grade. The drought has al most crushed the pastoral and agricul tural industries out of existence, and. mining has reached its zenith, in so far as misinanagenient goes, and ,i6 widely viewed by investors with distrust. Instead of developing mines or pro perly prospecting then), shareholder's contributions have in most cases been wilfully wasted in paying a large staff of officials, decidedly in- very many instances the drones in industrial undertakings and clogs to prdgressivo ?advancement, and instead of using money invested in the ...

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 theiffliio'r Peak JSftS Expreu.J ? Sir,— ^The appeal which is uow being 'made'on bbhalf of farmers an'd settlers r$n the western- districts- is Tfery com-' : mendable, and deservmg'of ^he' sup J port of all who can contributed fet^us hope that the response will be equal to ' the need, so that tdl who are in'-actual ?.:??- ? need wfll^.onoe .beteljjed-^n'ftt jntiie -.-.V '..'? spirit* 6fe^6ld''chirtty^btit«as iriehds \ --*??-.? needing a&istance; and letVit ;aever be ' '^'.fergotten tha%;;the 'laniifira aae'tbe ' backbone 6f the -oommunityi; providmg as theydo, thoneceBsaries'Ofiife. Some ' '^hort timo ago that eminont daughter of Australia— ^aclamWelba-^'appealed ??to'aHumbGr'X-f her friends in the old ?'??..? xiw.prld, on- 'bohalf ,x-t ike, farmer and pettier 151 diBtress. ; The ^ press, as soon as it become aware of it condemned her ac^dtt, asserting it would damage the credit of tho country, and 'thus intensify the distress. In consequence, money that was coming ...

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 March 1903

Local and General. Mr.'W;A. Lampe topp.edtfte.jpoll in connection with the recent election 'for . tlie Committee Tjf- the P,A. and K. Association. -'?'??; Many farmed .throughout the dis trict are oomplaiuing that tueir applica tions to the Government for seed wheat have been unfairly treated. In some instances only a third of the quantity asked for has been forwarded. ~ A sale of 1280- acres on Genanagie and Bulgandramine Holdings, will be held at the Dahbe Lands Office on the 31st inst. . Condobolin Municipality has made application to the Relief Fund for the sum of £200, ^ith winch. to provide work for the' fiefedy. Mr. Jacob Matthews has been ap pointed overseer in connection with the construction of a Weir near Dan daloo. Mr. Matthews estimates .that he wHlbealSeitO; complete the work within a month ai starting operations. It is a pity that the Weir 'near Peak Hill was not done in like time. The cost in salaries of proclaiming any day a public Holiday for the whole state amount...

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 March 1903

MINGEEd EELtEP WOEKS. /To tin JEditor Pnk Sill Sxpre**.) §-ir, — I regret excoedingiy thai; yotar Virrespondent, Mr. Thomas Bridle,, did ''not accept iny advice and take a dose o£ liis own pUy aic afld lenruto mle iiis ? ?pen before again entering into print; ! It may hare -saved him a lot of trouble, but as he has tried to vindicate his 'position by open denial, I will, with -jour permission, endeavour to refresh his memory and leave the m'atter trith your readers to decide for themselves. ,ln your issue of j'a'auary 23rd, in a letter signed Thomas bridle, I find the following: — 'It aWears to *ne that ?' Gumleavos ' would have one of those men who are classed as the unemployed being put in charge of the rest of the' Unemployed, at the expense of the em ployed, and I feel.surej at least, the whole of the employed Said 'the most of the unemployed would object to the men who had not judgment, energy, ?or intelligence enough^ or ^whatever it is that causes some men Jto find too much w...

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

F.A. and H. Association The adjourned annual- meeting of tho P. A, and 'HV Association was held at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday last the 27tKjaIto. Mr- c- B- Humfrey (President);-ipK^pied Ihe chair. There was a fair attendance of member's. .The object of themeeting, viz., the official declaration Tof the recent Ballot for Committeemen was proceeded -with, and the . iollowing gentlemen were duly declared elected : — ? ? : Messrs. -Lampo, Bridle, Newbigging, Whitmill; Carmichael, Humfrey, Jones, Gibson, Matthews, /A; Haynes, Potts, Dayey; Ji'Ey^Strahoni,- Nashe,iRing, Ray, Hockina Jackson, and J. Hand. If was -de^.e^^. tha^th'e;'* matter . of. the ??, purob.aser.pt 'the.. land .ctfEered by the St. Stephen's-Church Committee be left in the Mnds of the 'Committee. A vote of ttanks to tlie Scrutineers, carried by acclamation, terminated the meeting. ' - . ? The following is the full result of the ballot, 66 votes in all were recor ded:—. :... W. A. Lampe ? 57 T. Bridle .. .. .. 56 R....

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 March 1903

[?] If While our columns nrfi at iU Wei open 16? l tie:puDlic4tJonofiii«tterojaculat«dtobe of interest 'to our Traders, w« donotue^ cessarilj': jdentify . onrselvea with the ' opinions eiprewed'ander this heading.]

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

Th%: Weather. ITpto going 1» 'i'ress 20 points of rain had fallen, -end the indications were favorable '.r to a. good down pour. Mr. Matthews reports about halfan inch at his place oft Wednesday after noon, and .Tomingley reports a-eimilar ialJ.'

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 — 6 March 1903

Gazette Notices. 'tl!ounty jfaitfottuiie, parish Cftlortia, area 1280 'acreB.'Aipaet uflffual 'rental J&5:l€s Od,-nttuat»d « miles 'north east ofrPeak-BKU. ;

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

Do You Efer Think of i -$ac£-fon'-f i- ??? ???? V PRICES!;

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

? ?????- ? ??'-?? ? siius; 'Wliat are the Wild Wares Saying?' / GO TO ; Jacksons!

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

Tfiey Bay. That'the'eticket itetch .with McPliail phd Saturday last, was an 'evenly don'- ' tested game. That tho fielding of tliolioiafe Witt was abominable'! Tiiat chaff bags would hare been of matgiial assistauco io many 'of 'our rciuld-bp playera. ? . ? . ^ Thiit both the batting and the fiold iijjbf 'the visitoi-S ?ft-afi 4ood'iilirouglt' . Ut. That they plkyed a good gjiriie ohtl losflrVod tRo win; That ' ' Jim ' if and got a nasty knock m tho ' point ' with the ball. Thatihis cbmos of obligiiig people. That its qiiite eafo to fortell 'that . 'Jim' will go an-umpirihg 'never lever-more. That Peak HiUitos may shortly e'jf ieet to have -the Postman 'a^-knOck'- ng' ntrtheir door. Tllfit Conduboliu lo Imiil up -tor-o, Medical masivj- ? . ' .»,,:,. That it is iiow ofioriiig ^OOV^fear, - vith tho 'right bf a private practice for me 'to take Kip -Mb abode -there. That the beat-brands of wines,. beers, kc., are stocked :at'the -Gliib House Sotel— 6 ' ' Tliat Alderifaah Davey makes a f...

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

1 CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, ;? CASWELL BTBEET, I - - Peak jkuoL ^ ?-- I i W. SWAIN. - - Proprietor. I ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. I Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, tic. ? ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THROUGHOUT. . '' H First-class Billiard Room. - Good Stabling. ^B The Public acquainted with this Hotel know its good reputation, and H tlrangers patronising it vrill be fully satisfied withthe re&uit. ... . , I Massey-Harris Bisycies. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I ' The best Wheel ' I Best in construction.. ? Best in ease of running ? !Best in strength of frame. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I I Best in hill-climbing. I Best in speed. I Best in honest value. I We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, I -and Professional, I Canada Cycle & Motoi' Co., Limited, I 357 George-si^ Bydiiey. I IjocslI Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. CAREINGTOK /.HOTEL, I CasWell Btreet, Peak Hill. I 'TVTISHES to n'oitfy \he Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding Dist...

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WESLEYAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

^VESIiETAN: tnafiaa 3a).nuc Feak Hall Z.30 p.m. ;

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ROMAN CATHOLIC: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

liJOlMif G&.a?H0LI&: ^M-asa-eecond femday- in -each month

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

Indigestion Cured- m PERMANENTLY AND FOE GOOD. fl ' For a period of over four yerrs I ^M was a sufferer from INDIGESTION,' SJ says Mr. fiyiott Watkins, of Lady Sj Eobinsdrits Beach, Eockdale',' Sydney, SJ 'The svroptoms which, troubled me SJ most being a 'dizziness in the head, SJ accompanied by a languid feeling and SJ ?a most perpetual and 'violent gnawing SJ pains attacked me in'the chest, bronth- SJ ing being, at times, most distressing. ^9 I was also greatly troubled with tits of SJ vomiting, wbren I 'would be~ utterly SJ prostrated and temporarily -deprived of ^B sight. Bile Beans were recommended BJ tome, and the contents of *the first SJ box gave me great relief, and, con- SJ tiuuing with them, for atoonth, I was ] coinpletely tured.' Bile Beans have j now a world \vide ^reputation for cur ing Biliousness, Headnche, Indigestion, : CtoiiBtipation', Piles, Debih'ty, Female Weakaess, Bad Blood,' Pimples, and all skin' eruptions, -Bad Breath, Anae- ; mia, Loss of Appetite, Sleep...

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Fifield. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

Fifield. (F«om otra own CoIieespondest.') . Thfi principal topic this week is the price of puddling. Burke and Joneij has rose the price of puddling sixpence, which .brings same to 3s '6d''per load. It is -admitted that they will hardly hold their own at this Tirice ? as it will cost that to fee'd their feorses. . There are about 200 loaas up for washing, and after this is washed the puddlers are going to send their horses away Until it Tains to make grass. . There would be mdre dirt up only the ininers have had to resort to the dish for the last three weekB in order to' keep the ' jpot boiling,' as they have to -send to Bogan Gate or Trundle for everything they require, which lias to be' carried by ebach; as ? tho store at Fifield has practically shut up, only some clothing ;to be'had there. In fact if there is not something done tills place will have to 'shut up altogether. : We have had two cases of typhoid, ^ever here, one bein^g Mrs, E, Kellyi, whose case has been pronounced ho...

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Church Services. ANGLICAN: SUNDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

jOhu^Gh. Services. ^ -'ANGLICAN;; ' Ctoradgery II a.TB. ;-Burrill '3,;^.ta, ; Peat-flai'7. 30 p.m. IEev. J. H.S. OtDHAir.

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

ft '.'.'? ' ?-!'.'.'?-?. '.,QU ?? 'j TT is as good for women 'as for men. Women 'often *iraes need a vitalizing ionic. Wolfe's Schnapps. 'has always ' been 3 fine thtijg tor ' tired.' and suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is an old honest all-rouftd tonic- - beverage and household remedy. : You get nothing but listing 'good from its use. n SSK FOB J Wolfe's Schnapps I «b» TAKE NOTHING ELSE. * ANTHONY HORDERNS ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, THE BEST MEDIUM OF UNIVERSAL SUPPLY IN AUSTRftUA. Digging for Gold Is an operation, that, in variouB frays, by aid of machinery and otherwise, U largely carried on in Australia, Tens of tbousauds are en - engaged in the work, and miners and their families, as veil as folks engaged in other pursuite, trill soon discover the benefits con tained in free indulgence in ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES, which, fpr Tools of all Trades, Drappry, Gtooery, and Gtenetal Merchandise aud Stores, will be fifima The lowest in thfe Land. ANTHONY MRDEflN'S MAGNIHCEN...

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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

Current Jottings. Z.? Bv GEASSnOPBJER. Mr. Boanes, of Wilcannin, has made for himself a world wide notoriety. For the benefit of those who may not ' .have read of the episode, this gentle man, for 15 years, travelled the country on the Deaf and Dumb racket, and from Ills own assertion, lived like a fighting coclc. While however, at' Wilcannia, lie was told by a policeman to move on, and ho so far forgot him self in the heat of temper as to call his persecutor a blanky blanky blank-. This coming from a dumb man made Johnny's hair stand up like so many carrots. Presumably at first he was on. for taking to his heels, but the' sense of duty bade lim stay aiid the mendicant was eventually' locked 'up. When 'before the Court/He ftcM'the Bench, (hatiie had not spoken for. 15= years, and was sent along to. cliat with, himself for a few months. ' This only shows how a person possessed of plenty of hide,can prey upon his fellow men. Truly, sentiment forms the greater part of inan(s compositio...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

Municipal Council. . {The usual fortnightly 'meeting of the Peak Hill Municipal Council, was held, on Wednesday night, tho 4th. ihst., Present : His Worship the Mayor, (Aid. H. N. Gibson), Oxley, Matthews, Swain, Eing, Litehfield, Davey, Ken nedy, and .Hand. . . Minutes of the, previous meeting confirmed.. . , ? ' ' ' . G0BEEsi?0HI)EN'CE. ' - Inwards : . .. From Messrs. Clara M.L.A., the Manager of the Bank of Australasia,- Department of. Public Works, Under Secretary for Finance; Under Secretary for Mines. . . Proposed by Aid. Matthews, 'secon- ded by Aid.' Kennedy, that the corres-^ pondence read be received for discus sion.-— Carried. Letter from Mr. P. J. Clara MX. A., re necessary form to be gone through when applying for relief money. ? The Mayor's minute on this same subject was read, after . which discus sion took place, and it was finally agreed on the motion of ALL Matthews; supported by. Aid. Swain, that a com mittee consisting of the Mayor, the Sergeant of Police, and th...

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