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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVII. THE SLIPPERS, THE FLOWER, AND WHAT SWEETWATER MADE OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 6 March 1903

h&atha -Webfe. ? P*:;,; TnE.tUEPLE ORCHID. fe;t: CHAPTER ±Yll. f^y.^'ai suppEin, las itloteu, axz- vthat ' 'Goo.1V thought I, 'she and that ''icloak -xvlli soon jjiu couiji.iuv.' AnJ. '?: Muty -JitL A3 W6 were plnying the :: ?'?.^?floi'ebcli' mazurka I. again cnught .??.sight of her stealtliy wliito fi^jura in khat distant doorway. Seizing the V cloak, she wrapped it round her, and with just one furtive look backwards' /?«een, I warrant, bj- no one l-ut mysolf, kho vanished in tlio outsido darkness. ? .* Now to note who f ollow-s her !' But iiobody followed her. This struck mo -as strange, and having a natural love ?or detoctiVe vrorV, in spitfs of my de votion to the arts, I consulted the clock fet the font of tlio staivs, aud noting that it was ]ialf-past eleven, scribbled the hour on the margin of my music, with tlie intention of seeing Iiow long my lady would linger outsido alone. ?Gentlemen, it wns two liours before. I .tesen her faco again. How she got 'back into the h...

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 — 6 March 1903

?:???; rv-, 'Cricket. .?.'-,. ^ ?-. .;,The.^hird -ompet#ors match, JPeafe Hill -yi iitfPhai), wA8',playod on the fcjme'r'a wicket -m Saturday^aet. Mr. Ejfr^Bridle^captainedv.lhe 'borne team and MrVE.Tataanthe Visitors; .. MfiPhail-won'Bie toss and sent Peak Hill 'to the wickets.' Freeman arid Johnson opened the. trundling of King |H and Patman who bowled throughout. ^M Both batsiricn showed excellent form. ^M Johnson 'was the first to go, .'being - ^B caught by Sorsefield off King for 27. S Freeman was 19, one /for 46; After ^B this separation,' McPhail were fortu- - ^^H nate in disposing of several good bats- ^M ruari in 'quick succession. Tregaskis .^B scored 10 and McAuliffe ' was riot out ^H 12, total 96.' The two^bfrlers divided ^M .the spoil getting 5 wickets each', ^H McPhail opened with 'Bucldoy and .^Hj Buckman to the bowling of 'Freeman '^B and Doyle. 'WHeri 7 runs- the formet ^M fell a victim to' Doyle who. Was bowling flj well. Clarke partnered Buckman and 1HJ both playo...

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

.. LIBERAt. ADVANCES ,.-,.?'?, ?,.:,, Accurate Vatiia^Joife, when required. . f Prompt returns a Speciality; ? .. - ..?- ???? M| ? ^ , LIMITED. . ffVffl I PRINCIPALS having bW U %J la 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE - SFi I I'Mffl CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. tLILiiliyf Strict attehtibri to details, WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. lyiilJIlfLllU Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. Dyspeptic . Debility CAUSED BY toons Shock. Cure! The Case of tyrs: E. PHILLIPS. (DV A srDNEf liEFGIiTEH.) The consideration we are held in it owing -n die effect which our personal qualities --.ve on oltiern, for if these be great and :i'teil they will assuredly excite admira- . kiii. Usefulness to Lhoee in our proximity ill always command esteem, especially if che service rendered is similar to that which Mrs. K izalicth Phillips epeaks of in an inter view « hich took place ut her residence at 71 Engine-street, liaymailtet. ' Through falling oil a horse which bolted vvhilit I was riding it,' s.iid Mrs. Phillips, ' 1 ...

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

TOMINGLEY. (From our own Correspondent.) A slight stir in the mining industry, has taken place here since tho begin ning of the year. The' Messrs. Crow hurst are opening up a very promising reef, at the 320 feet level, and their battery is now running on a parcel of stone from- it, but their water supply is almost done. It is reported ^that. Messrs. Paton have struck « rich chute just south of tlie old prospecting claim, but I dm not in a position to «ay what it is like just yet. Waddell and Tat tersal have been doing some prospect ing on old No 3 north, but not having met with any. ' encouragement, 'they have stopped work. The prevailing dry weather casts quite a gloom over everyone, and the settlers seem to have no heart to do anything. A repetition of last winter's experience means utter rain to most of them. The bare thought of it, 'is more than sufficient to crUfeh out what remaining energy they havet . But; despils the ?'job's Comforters^' and the threatening ^utlobk, let us h...

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

illBEPAL ADVANCES Accurate Valuations, when required; Prompt returns a Speciality. I,-,, LIMITED. W-fl $% 1 PRJNC8PAL8 having over %9 U L, 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE SCI § 111 P CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. La Ids IL I il |j Strict attention to details, _^ _ WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. Dyspepsia. A BAD TIM E?F SUFFERING. An Eight Years' Permanent Cure. the Case oTfJjrT F. BROWN. (BY OT7B REPORTER.) The serious student and the casual reader alike will find much to interest them in Hie subjoined statemeuts, which were made by Mr. Frederick Brown, of Henley-street, North Botany. ' Even when quite a young man,' said Mr. Brown, ' I was a great sufferer from indigestion ; and many of the residents oi Botany, where I have lived for the past eleven years, Jniow that it was not through carelessness til- inattention on my part that I could not get rid of my wretched com plaint, for I tried nearly all tho medicines in the country, besides taking those pre scrib...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVII. THE SLIPPERS, THE FLOWER, AND WHAT SWEETWATER MADE OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

Agatha Webb. THE PUJIPLE OltCJIID. CHAPTER XVII. fraE SLIPPELS, Til 3 W.OWEII, AND WHAT SWEETWATEK HATii: OF TJIEJI. But as you will soon see, it was ti n minutes to one before Ja.nea Za.v-el . knocked at LotWu door. How do I know this ? By .the sama method of reasoning by which I determined the time of Mr. Crane'n encounter. Mrs. Loton was greatly pleased with the music played that night, and had nil ?her windows oponcd in order to hear it, and she snys we were playing 'Money Musk' when that knocking came to disturb her. Now, gentlemen, we played 'Money Musk' just before we were called out to supper, and as we went to supper promptly at one, you can see just how my calculation was made. Thirty-five minutes, tlion, passed between the moment James Zabel was seen rusliing from Mrs. Webb's gateway, nnd that in which he appeared at Lotou's bakery, demanded a loaf of bread, andoii'erediu exchango ?one of the bills which bad been stolen from the murdered woman's drawer. Thirty -live minut...

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 — 13 March 1903

$ squander! Y\ MONEY t 5 t\n buying substitutes tor *;? 3 ' imitations which may be ? $ 3 '.. thrust upon you in an i\ \ J unguarded moment by J';~ 5 ' dishonest tradesmen. y } V FOR ft ^ EXAMPLE i\ it A J . You might save a Jew i c 3 '. pence in the deal, but , \ 5 *. yoa would lose the entire \ ? J ' benefit whicli would fi f 3 ' follow the use ol a bottle 'j \ J/ of Wolfe's Schnapps. J? I UNLE5S- \\ f YOU CAN *\ \$ obtain the real article you ( S iHjf want ft would be wiser to (^ S \§f save your money and not ^ ^f take any at all. -^ ANTHONY HORDERN'S ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS. THE BEST MEDIUM OF UNIVERSAL SUPPLY IN AUSTRALIA. Digging for tjfold Is an operation, that, in various Trays, by aid of machinery and otherwise, is largely carried on in Australia. Tons 'Of 'thousands are en- - engaged in the work, and miners and their families, as well aa folks engaged in other pursuits, will soon discover the benefits con tained in free indulgence in ANTHONY HOBBERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES, ?...

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

SALTATION ARMY. Peak Hill, Sunday 2.30 (Children's meeting) 7.30 (public meeting), Tues day 7.30. Cottage meetings as an nounced. — Matthews' Hall. ' '' McPhail, Sunday 7 a.m.,-3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m.-: Friday's 7.30 a.m. (Holli ness meeting.— 0. M. Rixon, Iieutin oharge, J. J. '-!ribbons, Lieut.

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

WESLEYAN: Peak Hill 7,30 p.m.— H. Grimtnetk

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

1 ._ ? . ~%\T& have a fine variety now on Sale, and its ? . .fr the Best Boot the Season will see. Wo can sell them to you for HALTYA-QUINEA. and we can sell them to you for A GUINEA. BUT WHATEVER THE PRECE, JJlBKSON'S BOOTS ARE ABSOLUT€LY THE BEST VALUE AT THATPRiCE. They are' lJressy, Easy titling, 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 Reputation^ JACKSON, Drapers, Mens^ Mercers, PEAK HILL. SUP. 91. T&iddon feistisneeFS, Land, Mining k Stock & Statiea Agents, PEAK BILL NOTICE. PEAK HILL AND DISTRICT ? HOSPITAL. IT liavJng. been found that the practice of the promoters of en tertainments advertising half pro 'coeds to be' devoted to the funds of the Hospital, are in many cases, ?detrimental to the finances of the Institution, the Committoo will -he pleased if, in future, permission is ' ??''' first obtained from them. . f W.B.WYNNE. Secretary-. Sports ! ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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"ROMAN CATHOLIC." [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

'ROMA-NT OATFTOTJn -? Mass second Sunday in each month

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. PUGILISIM IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

Editorial Notes. PTJGILllSIM IN SYDNEY. The public hfl'v-e lately liad their at- ' tentiori drawn rather conspicuously to the abuses that at times creep in at the Public Boxing Contests in Sydney. Many 'arguments have been adduced on both sides, and the truth evidently lingers between the' two. In this country there is no legislation relating to prizo fighting; so that the laws prevailing in England are ; perforce, called into requisition here. -The common law of England on this subject draws a line between ' Boxing with, padded gloves on the one Bide ^M^mblic boxing con tests for lucre on gthe other,' tho first being perfectly permissible, \vhile the . latter is regarded ?^illegal. -ISTow in tiefeoai^r||8^iap^^h^;;Actit, seei&8 *@a-iag6'J^Stl^iLe*resj)bnsiblo ' ?parties {sh&M^^pulit&tofecKa contest for a purse of £T50-. While perchance, eight ounce gloves are shown to the police prior to tlie engagement, it is widely known ; that the battle is fought with gl...

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Church Services. ANGLICAN: SUNDAY, 15TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

Church Services. ANGLICAN : Susday, 1 5th March. : Washington 11 a.m., McPhail 3.30 p.Ti., Peak Hill 7.30. Rev. J. H. S. Olbhasi.

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

Local and G-eneral. The Quarterly Licensing Court will be held on the 3rd April. Tlie Conceit to be held on St. Pat rick's Night, in aid of the Peak Hill Hospital,' promises to be a great buc cess. . ? . The Tug-o'-War— an item of the St. Patrick's Day Sports — should prove very interesting:. Mi1. Duffy, overseer of the local weir, has selected ji team of 10 men with which ;he,- challenges a similar number from Mingelo. Mr. Matthews, who has had tlie Min gelo Tank in hand, will undoubtedly; accept this challenge^ An accident of a painful nature oc- ? curred to Mr. Ugeno^Wunsch, selector, whilst returning home one day last week, on a bicycle. He was riding along at a brisk pnee when his bicycle slipped and he came violently in con tact with, a stump, resulting in a severe injury to his nose, which necessitated several stiteh.es. We are pleased to be able to state lhat he is progressing favorably under the careful treatment of Dr- MacCarthy, The Canadian Footballers won 5, lost 9, and...

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

Headache Bispelled. -? PEfelpNENTLY AND FOR O&6% ' I have found .your Bile Beans are an excellent remedy for a disordered liver,' says Mrs. S. A. Master?, of 18 Jarrett Street, Leichardt, Sydney.. 'At times I have been so bad with indigestion that I did not know what to eat. My appetite was considerably impaired, and my sleep was disturbed, and, in consequence, felt completely ? done-up during tho day, and suffered agony with SICK AND NERVOUS HEADACHES. Having read a ease wherein Bile Beans had cured a fellow sufferer I decided to give them a trial, and can now say from my own experi ence that Bile Beans are a perfect remedy iov sick headache, loss of ap petite, sleeplessness, and those innum erable eymptoms of a sick liver.' Bile Beans have now a world wide reputa tion 'for curing Biliousness, Headache, , Indigestion, Constipation, Piles, Debility, Female Weaknesses, Ner-' vousness, Bad Blood, Pimples and all skin eruptions, Bad Breath, Anceini, Loss of Appetite, Sleeplessn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

Current Jottings.; By Ghasshoiter. When in Sydney one can 6pcnd a less pleasurable and profitable hour than by taking a quiet stroll from the Railway Station to the Quay. At first everything is chaos, and one requires to be providod with as many eyes as the fly to dodge the trams, carts, motors, buses, etc,_ which seem to be coming from nil points of tho compass. When safely in the street one has more time to observe the sights, First no tice the' happy mother who, with a squealing baby in her Jirms, coaxes, ?DUsliflS. anil sfcrVMs ain-nrr a nmm'n ni toddlers, who show a decided inclina tion to revel in the mysteries of the show windows. Next a couple of Jack Tars ' ass appy as appy can be.' The breaking of the drought has no concern for' them so long as the beer casks hold out. Now we see a yokel from Eed . Gum Flat with fists like malls and feet like young canoes. With his necktie round his ears, he saunters leisurely along at peace with the world. -Next notics a couple of city ge...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Teas [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

Two Teas that aro making «i great ' storm in the ? teacup' or rather a stir in those circles where tea-drinking has become a ne cessity of life— are ' Goldenia,' a delicious ' hill-grown Ceylon, and '' Billy,' a blended tea which has held its own against all comers for over a quarter of a century, Ladies arc -found discussing the merits of tliose two teas over their; social afternoons, and gentlemen are found yrho smile contentedly wlien they are asked to join in. Xuere is no doubt whatever about, the peculiar merits of ' Billy ' Tea, it is sufficient -to remember that this famous blend lias a larger sale -than ? any other tea in the Commonwealth, and has outlived all 'the endeavors of Iriendly rivals 'in trade to .produce a blend to equal it. 'Goldenia' is a somewhat later' arrival, and has come into the market as a pure ?Ceylon tea, to supply the large and growing demand of numer ous tea-drinkers wlio .prefer a Ceylon tea to a blend. Tho success ol 'Goldenia' is as sured, its grow...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

LATESTTELEGKRAMS . [By Wire.] SVImsey, Thursday.'. Thesecne at-Townsville is described as heartrending, many destitute fami lies being providod with accommoda tion and rations. The whole of the - town, with the exception of Flinders Street was devastated; It is feared there will not be enough workmen and material in the locality to ?effect the necessary repairs. The. cyclone struck Bowen on Monday, unroofed and de molished a number of buildings. Tho seas were six feet over the jetty. A wind storm at Hay proved destruc ,? 1 ill' .'!*» J j ? 3' live, ouuaings ana iences aamageu, sheets ;of iron were carried two miles. A man named Arthur Stranghan cut tlie throat of his Sweetheart, Elsie Cooper, in Clarence Street, last night, deed caused by jealousy. The girl lies in a serious condition. Two trucks containing eighty six bales of wool were destroyed by firo on the Byrock-Brewarriner railway. . A sensational rainfall occurred at Springfield, three inches of rain fell in eighty minutes.<...

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McPHAIL SANITARY CONDITION (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

McPHAia SANITARY CONDITION fib the Editor Peak Sill Express. J Sir, —Referring to a letter in your ?last issue signed by ' Havoc,*' re above, it seems strange that a town possessed, of a Progress Association, should be allowed to develop into such a deplorable state as ? ' Havoc ' avers exists,. It surely reflects greatly on this body, and. if its members have not sufficient energy or influence to remove the evil, steps should plainly at once do utneu eicuer 10 ootain irosu blood in the Association, or to see about getting the j)lace incoiporated, when a person could be appointed to attend to these matters. It is indeed almost bordering on the ludicrous to think that a body of men styling them-- selves a Progress Association, simply because a person refuses to attend to urgent matters for which he is paid, could not with their combined intelli gence find a method of having such matters attended to especially at a time like this, -when typhoid is raging throughout the length and brea...

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

Do You Ever ThM of Wk ? —mmMam

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