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

'What are the Wild Waves Saying?' i GO TO Jacksons!

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

They Say»'. ;' ':;' -^ ^Wm That Mr. Potts Las gone a-holiday 'IBS making. ..'_?' v^ ,V*HH That tlio drought is about to breafe 'MS up. ? ' ?: ..-MM That ploilglilng operations through* ysM out tlie district. are being: Carried pri ,-^S more extensively this year than last. ' _ *3w That the gold foVel- still holds avn^y i^m That ambition is often the occasion J49 of happiness. ? ' ? '' ' ? jB That the careful mother always takes - '*^8 bare to have on hand Stephen's famous '^^ffl eye lotions, for sore eyes.— 0 rila That the man who is his own beet *Wm friend has but few others. ;JiS That the .Government Geologist -will Jm visit Peak Hill early next month. ||h That his object is to decide upon & * ^H sight where an Artesian Bore shall bd ,-§m put down. ^ JH That he will be accompanied by the i^SL Member for the district — Sfrv dara- u^H That Genius consists in making th& '$Sm other fellow do the work. ,-JM| That only the best brahdB of vvinos ''^m beers &c, are...

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

CAMBRIDGE GLTJB HOTML, CASWELL STREET, - * PEAK SILL -? * S.W, SWAIN, - - Proprietor. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THROUGHOUT. First-class Billiard Room. ' ?? Good Stabling. The Public acquainted with this Hotel know its good reputation; and Grangers patronising it will be fully satisfied with the result. ^ . IBassey-Harris Bicycles, Massey-Harris Bicycles. *The best Wheel' Best in construction. ; Best in ease of running:. Best in strength of frame. JiJ|jf|§P!^ '^Be^pfiililirclittib 3est in speed- ! Best in honest value. We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, and Professional. iDanada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited) 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill* CARRINGTON .*. HOTEL, Gaswell Street, Peak Hill. %T7'ISHES to notify the Public q! Peak fiill ami Surrounding District that he is carryi IT on the above -well-known Hosttery, and hopes to merit U fai...

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

Original Correspondence. [While our cblftmne are .at all timss open for the publication *f matter calculated to be of interest to our readera, we do not ne ,. ?oessiuily identify ourselves with tie : opinioa8 expressed under this heading.] '

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P. A. and H. Association [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

P. A. and H. Association A meeting of the newly elected Show'1 Committee, was held at Murrell's Hotel on Saturday afternoon. There were present Messrs. Hum* frey {in the ohair), Ray, CarmichaeL ? Haynes, Davey, Newbigging, Ring, Lampe, Whitmill, Strahorn, and Jackson. Proposed by Mr. Whitmill, seconded by Mr. Carmichael, that Mr. Huinfrey be re-elected President. Messrs. Whitmill, Carmichael. Gib firvn nnii 'Rnv finnlra i*n Tiiivhiw -Mi1/-rM-s_ tic terms of Mr.Humfvey as President. On the Secretary putting the motion it was carried without a dissentient. Mr. Humfrey briefly returned 'thanks for the honor conferred, and promised that as in the past the progression of the Association would be his sole aim. Proposed by Mr. Gibson, seconded by Mr. Ring, tnat Mr. J. Strahom be one of the vice Presidents. Proposed by Mr. Ray, seconded by Mr. Carmichael, that Mr. Whitmill be one of the vice Presidents. ' Proposed by Mr. Strahorn, seconded by -Mr, Humfrey that Mr. Carmichael be oncof the vi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREACH OF EDUCATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

BREACH OF EDUCATION ACT, H. Bennett, McPhatl — Neglecting ?'to send child to school required num ber of days. Case struck out. R. Hall, McPhail — Similar charge, -?Fined Is and costs. ; James Waddick, McPhail— 'Similar 'charge. Fined Is and casts.

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

BREACH OF BEHAVIOUR.. ?Police t. an offender. -Fined 5s and 'cost. Police v. an ?'offender. Fined 5s and '?costs.

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

SMALL DEBTS COUET, ? A. G. Litchfiddv. J.BanJre. Claim ..-?Si I 9s. 'Verdict for ambunVsipenBeR, one witness. 5s, and costs of Court. Jackson & Jackson v Same. Claim £6 3s 6d. Verdict for amount, one witness's expenses and -H)Bte 6t Court. Wunsch v. Pope. Claim £1 18s 8d meat supplied. Verdict, lor amount,* one witness's expenses 5s and costs, . Same v.-'W. Clara. Claim £1 2s 4d meat supplied. No appearance of ^ de fendant. Verdict for amount, one/wit ness's expenses 5s and cotfts. : Pears v. Franks. Claim £5 4s ll^d meat supplied. No appearance of de fendant. Verdict for amount, one witness's expenses -5s and costs. Same v. Wilcox. Clnim £2 8s 2£d. Verdict for amount, one 'witness's ex penses and coats. Plaintiff agreed to accept an order from defendant to pay £1 per month into Gourt.

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

:rv vABUSivT3 LAN^AGE. ,; ;. ?^wairi^SjjhultK and;SchuJtz v.Swfem, The Bench detided to try both cases 'together. - For the Complainant — Mr. Swain — ?Mr; T. Pearce, Solicitor, appeared. Stephen William 'Sfrain, on oath, deposed : Am a licensed Hotelkeeper— Proprietor of Cambridge Hotel — Peak 'Will j the information as read is cor rect -, on the afternoon of the 4th inst, about 3 o'clock ; hadoccasion to go to ?the Printing Office on business'; de*. ^euuanx louowea mo into me omce uua used the language complained of; deny using any abusive language to 'defendant ; did not call him a b ? blathering foreigner. By 'the Defendant : You made a de ?mand on ine for change of £5 note. Edward Phillips, on oath, deposed ; Am a printer residing at Peak Tfill ; remember 4th March ; Mr. Swain was ; in the Printing Office on business ; Mr. Schultz had been in ^he Office previ1 -ou6ly.and had spoken in reference to a £5 note'; just as he went away Mr, ;Swain came in and defendant followed ?him ; ...

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

Our Telephone. Holloa! Exchange? Mr. Jack Gibson please ?! Eight. That you Jack ? Who's speaking ? The Express. We are anxious to obtain a little information concerning the new rush, and you being a practir cal miner, we thought perhaps you wouldn't mind giving us your views, .. Uertavnly-! Well, 1 tlunJc it one or the best things ever knowu in the whole history of Australia. Why, Mt. Morgan will be as nothing compared to this when once we get it going. . Ah, that's encouraging ! ' . Rather! . . I presume you have not neglected to provide yourself with a slice r of; this- choice thing. . .. . . . ? ... \ . . . ?'?'.' : -?', Ohj most certainly rribfeC , '.'*- .'..? '-- :;--j :.,??'. ^eSjrutiipui1 ;c that sdido ^ntKjisiastk ? s|Snvp^^uVSa*inY ' '? /:' 'S/ii^^Sl^i 'yAW^^'-'-undeMfena-;^^:-!^^^ couple of 'sharks lined to get jjossfessioii ^ : but then you know, I've been too long at the game That's the 'advantage of experience. You know, I never travel led all the way to the west for no...

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

ASSAULT. Police v. Hogan. Plea not guilty. Constable Ferris, on oatTi deposed ; -Am a Police -Jbnstable stationed at Peak Hill; oil the night of the. 3rd inst., about 8.30 p.in was on duty in Caswell Street ; heard accuspd talking ?loudly in front of Mr. Boles' Hotel's ivent up to see what was the matter ; on going up saw. accused coming down ;can't catch me this time ;' was going *up to him to tell him he had better go home, when he -struck at me ; hit me on the shoulder and I fell in the gutter -and accused Ml on top of me; several . 'times previously he had interfered with me. By the Bench : Accused tried to hit: me iu the face, but I parried the blow ?and caught it on the shoulder. To accused : Was not leaning against Gibson's verandah post at the ?time mentioned. Accused did not wish to give evi dence. . Fined £3 or 2 months in Forbes Gaol. An appliration from accused to be ?allowed a week in which to pay the fine, was objected to by the Sergeant. :{Before Messrs. Gibson, McKay...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. FRIDAY, 6TH MARCH. (Before H. N. Gibson and J. D. McKay, Esqs., J's. P.) LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 13 March 1903

Police Court, FRIDAY, 6ni MARCH. '(Befote H. N'. Gibson and J. D. McKay, Esqs., J's. P.) J;, LICENSING COURT. CuthberfWormald — Application for Renewal of License of the Carringtoa Sotel. — Granted. Hugo DeLacy— Application fof re-- tiewal of Wine License. — Granted. Mr. DeLacy granted -a further leave of ?absence for 3 months. E. E. Murrell— Application for a uoota license lor Sports ot iitu -March. — Granted. Clias. MeKinley— ^Application for an Auctioneers License. No appeatance of Applicant. ^Before Messrs. McKay, Matthews, ?and'Osley, J's. P.)

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

Hospifal ^bminitte^ I ?'?'?-?? - ? ? ' * - - ? -JH A ineeting of the Committee of 'tho 9 above -was lield at the Gouncil Cham-, m bers on Thursday night last. : , m . Present t Messrs. H.' N. Gibson, 'M ?President^chair) Oampey, Davey, and M Schmidt. . ' , ..'??-. M Minutes of the previous meeting a were read and. Cidnfirmeld. ??'??' M . . GOEHESPONDENOE. ? ? . j Outward -: To tho Matron, Messra S J. Uapipey, U. £.- iStepaens, JSlecUcal | Officer— Dr. G. J. MacCarthy, Ju Ray- j H. Schmidt, F. Weit, Jackson and j Jackson, Miss Melvillu, Acting Dop., 1 P.M. General. . ...--?- j Inward : Mr. A. Stewart, P.. and T. 1 Department. . - I Proposed by Mr. Oampey^ seconded | by Mr. Davev,' that Correspondence as I read be received for discussion-.— ^Car- ,| ried. ' ? I 'Letter from Mr. A. Stewart, resign- 1 ing his position .as a Trustee, and wish' | ing all success to Hospital.affairs.' j Proposed by Mi1-. Campey, seconded 1 by. Mr. Schmidt, %iat ttr. Stewart's \ resignatiph, be received; ;a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 20 March 1903

) LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate ,. Valuations, when required. Prctfnpt returns a Speciality. . , . „„„, ,„,,,. m, ? LIMITED. WC1 Cl I PRfSNSCEPALS having over 4J U la , 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE SIT I 1 I ii O ' CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. lLa tfzsi Ha I 1 H %M Strict attention to details, . WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. . .!!_, Offices &, Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. A LIVER COUGH. Its Course Cut Short. ' The Case of Mrs. B. NIXON. (by a balmain reporter). For Borne unaccountable reason the truth of a good many things are often only ad* mitted in a half-hearted way, and in conse quence it is difficult, to decide bow much or how liUle to believe, but when such a deci sive ntutement eb that made by Mrs. Blanche Nixon, of No. 3 Little's Avenue, Balmain East, is brought to light, the information that ii gained may be accepted ae accurate. To our reporter Mrs, Nixon remarked : — ' Just about five yean from the present date I had a severe attack of influenza, and I became so weak that I could not ...

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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVIII. SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 20 March 1903

Agatha Webb. THE rUltPLE ORCHID. CAAPTER XV11I. SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. Mr. Sutherland, evidc-ntly startled, asked vrh.it iwws,; to which Frederick . replied : 'The news nlxmt the Z-ibels.' They arc! both dead, sir, — doadirom liuug r. Can you imagine it ?' ifhis'w.as something so &\R r nt fi'om wlint liia father lmd expected to hear, lliat lie did not take it in at lirst. When he did. his surraisennd eriof wore oven not greater than Frederick nntieipnted. Seeing him 30 affected, Frederick, who thought thai the whole truth would he no harder to hear than tho half, added the suspicion which had been attached to the younger one's name, and then stood back, scarcely ? daring to be a witness to the outrang ed foiling which such a communication could not fail to awnken in one of his fttthor's temperament But though he thus escaped the ?shocked look which crossed his father's countenance, he could not fail to hear the indignant exclamation which burst from bis lips, nor help perce...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 20 March 1903

? ' ' f ' — — , flHB^b^ Balmoral TtlHE have a fine variety now on Sale, and its ; YV the Best Boot the Seaiaon will see. We can sell them to vou for A GUJJSriA.. tjtfj WfltWtVER THE PRICE JAQKSON'S BOOTS ARE ABSQLUTELTUTHE BpIt VALUE AT THAT PRICE. They are Dressy, Easy BS.g* L4!h enlSgh Toom in the right place and not toomScliiutheMg- They, rire Fair Strtchud and fitaatod Screwed, and on their Wear we plna* our ? Reputation. JACKSON at ; Drapers, Metis Mercers, PEAK HILL, Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & 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 be devoted to the funds x-f the Hospital are in many cases, ^?''??'?detrimental to the finances !of the 'institution, the Committee will -V.- he pleased if,^ iutore^ermission is ,..** obtained ^^VtNNE. Secretary. ~fT. 3). Qxfay, LAND,STOCK,STATION and General Commission fluent LOANS NEGOTI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 20 March 1903

ppnpit «HouM guard against fLVrLC every-day practices. When asking for Wolfe's 1 Schnapps don't take . substitutes. There is one only and only one genuine WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. ! Don't be put off by the 'just as I good' story. Unless the real brand I is obtainable it would be wiser and I safer not to take any at alt. Debility Ended. PERMANENTLY AND FOR GOOD. 'Your Bile Beans have proved a valuable remedy in my household, ' says Mrs. E. J\ Ram'us, of 1 Arundle ? Street, Forest Lodge, Sydney. 'I was sometimes troubled with Debilitt, especially during the hot weather, and when I feel done up with a tired, list less feeling, I take a bean or'two, with beneficial results; As a gentle purga tive they are all that can be desired, and leave no evil after-effects what ever. I can saf ely say Bile Beans are uneqiialled for poor appetite, sleep lessness', and that out-of-sorts feeling so prevalent at the present season,' Bile Beans have 'now a world wide reputation for curing Biliousness, Headache...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 20 March 1903

Local and General. The gross takings at the gates in connection 'with the recent Sports amounted to £ 1 1 15s. Mr. Palmer's wool' realised 9Jd at the recent sales. The weighfof the sheep in connec tion with the Weight Guessing Com petition was 34Jlbs. This weight was guessed by Mr. W- Chant. Messrs. McKinley and Dunshea, formerly carrying on a Commission Agency at McPhail, have dissolved partnership Sunday next, the 22th inst., will be observed throughout the State as a day of humiliation and prayer for rain. Parkes has been granted a sum of £200 from tho Drought Relief Fund. We are requested by the Council Clerk to state that the £50 received by the Relief Committee can only be ap portioned to distressed farmers. The final reading of stations in con nection with the Methodist. Conference, sets forth that tho Rev. T. Northeott is to take charge of the Parkes Circuit. The Rev. B. Lane goes to the Mann ing Riven ' Applications are called in this issue for the position of Valuator to t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. RE RAILWAY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 20 March 1903

Official Correspondence. RE BAIL WAY MATTERS. The following has been received through P. J. Clara, M,P. .— Date of letter under reply, 7th inst. Public Works Department, Sydney, 13th February 1903.— Subject : Ask ing that specifications for sleepers re quired for Bogan Gate-Bulbodney Railway be forwarded for exhibition to the Post Offices at Bogan Gate, Trnndle, Fifield, Condobolin Bobadah, Peak Hill and Dandaloo. Reply: Specifications and tender forms have been, forwarded to the Clerks of Petty Sessions at Parkos, Molong, Forbes, and Trundle, which action is considered sufficient;— I have^ etc., j. Davis, ITnder Secretary. Public Works Department, Sydney, March 2, 1903. — Sir,---In reply to jour letter of the 14th inst., further respect ing thfa tenders for sleepers for the Bogan Gate-Bulbodney Railway, I have the houor to inform you that no tender will be accepted, but prices will be fixed at which all who like can de liver. I return herewith my letter of the the 13th idem ns requ...

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Mining [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 20 March 1903

Mining, Oxloy and Party in the the prospect ing claim bottomed their second shaft last night. McAuliffd and- Party in No. 1 feouth claim are down 60ine 100 feet. ..... ' Tuckwell and Party in No. 2 north have sunk 150 feet. They have met with extremely hard einJnng bo tar. Dawes aid Fa. t j, No. 1 couth trest are down 70 feet. Hubbard and Party of No. 2 Boutih. west have sunk SO feet Hdbson junr. and Party iniihe Ifo. 1 east bottomed at ? 100 feet. It turned cui a duffer.

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