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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CAAPTER XVIII. SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

JS^atha 'Webb. v:v:-,. THE PURPLE ORCHID. tlAAPTER XVIIL SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. 'Not -wishing to ho scon, I went out ? by the garden door, svhich is at the eud X, of the darlc linll — — J ^^ Just as' the baiid this playing the 11 Harebell ' mazurka,'- inlerjiulatcd Sweehvater. Startled for tho first time from her careless composure hv an interruption ? of which it-was impossible for liur a v that-tUne to measure eitherSblie motive or th£ -moaiiing, she ceased to play with jier fingers on the baluster rail niiA let her eyes vest for a moment un the man who had thus spoken, as if she hesitated between her desire to annihilate Irini for his impertinence and a fear of tho cold hate she saw ' actuating his every word and look then she ;weut on, as if no one had spoken: ?„,??' ? I ran down hill recklessly. I was Ltntfon my errand and not at all afraid of tho darkness: When I rea ched the :part of the road where the streots branch tiff, I heard footsteps in the front of me. I had overtake...

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

Official Correspondence. From the Under Secretary Mines and Agriculture, 13th March, 1963^ to P. J. Clara Esg., M.P., JSjdney1 Sir,,-»-iR©i-action of the Government 'in regard to fodder for necessitous farmers, I am directed to stete fodder will be supplied to distressed -farmers on the same conditions as seed wheat, {hat is,* money graat'of 2e 6d^er acre, trill be given where it is Bati6fac torilyshowathatitiBteljuirea. Wheat is now being forwarded as rapidly ae l^.bs-'Wi tV.rcr^.ont Mie8tr.t-;- nnd itis hoped to have the bulk delivered be fore the end of the month. I have etc., Edwaud F, PiiriiATf, Under Secretary, ; P.S.,— i may inform you that up to ! the 17th instant, 3277 applications for seed wheat have been dealt with. The ' applications for fodder should be made direct %o *h© Ondor Secretary, i£ ap proved of, an order for the amount, with a voucher will be sent applicant. He can -then purchase the fodder locally or otherwise, tke voucher -being recognised' where ever sent f...

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 March 1903

Post Office RoUl^ BANK-ST., MOLOKG, Fred. Bradford, PEOPEIETOE. TT AVING leased the above, old anfi popn JjL lar fiotel, lately carriefl on by Mis. J. -Elynn, it iritl be my cndoavoui to make it one of the most comfortable and up-to-datc ' HosteMos in the West. The premises have unScrgone 9- tiiorough . repair, and patrons -will find that their com fort is a first consideration. Special attention is given to ths selection of liquors, and the very Best Brands only are stocked. Tho Cuisine 'is in tlio hands oF »n ntte and experienced laAy, anfi those who patronise the tables trill find die faro to be of the best, aad the Charge Mo&erate. The Stabling AceOmmodtilio'n is also much improved, and nothing brft good ir}iolesome fodder is allowed 011 the premises. S'our patronage respectMly solicited. fred* Bradford, (?Late of QneenBlaBd) iPnomiETOR £1,000 for Is, £1,000 A FORTUNE FOR l^^fORTyME FOR]. il.mm h j'HRST ) i^fifORIs £1,1100 FOR Is ' PRIZE ) £,1000 FOR 1s Or 12 monthB* Tri...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

TT is as -gcoS for HBmsn at for men. Women oftentimes need -a vitalizing tonic Wolfe's Schnapps has always fcetn a fine thing for 'tired.' and suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is -an old JioneR aXl-emind tonic beverage and household remedy. You get nothing bat lasting good ; from its use. Wolfe's Schnapps uJ TAKE NOTHING CU£ '

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

Pigeon Shooting. . Among the record, of one of our crack pigeon shots — Mr, C.' W. Bar tiett, who shoots under &a'nom de plume of 'Here's Luck,' are the following: Divided lstprizo at Warren £100, 15 kills; Orange £100, 14 kills; Wei lington £100, U Mlk; won Trophy presented by G. H. Taylor, at Dubbo, vrith 12 kills. Ju6t missed a divMe in the Bathurst competition by 1 bird, which however, foil dead .outsidoL.the ?boundary. Dividod 1st jii-Lip;. -at Jfur romino -with 12 kills, -and .others too ninucrous lo meiitk'u. \z~.~~' ? tU Peak Bill €xpm$, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1903,

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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 — 27 March 1903

COST OF GROWING WHEAT, (To the S&itor iVai Htll Expre.n.J ?Sir, The farmers have, lately, been .trying to separate ilie cost of growing wheat from the value of land. We hate set out to find what shares of the ; wheat should go to repay the farmer ' the money and the labor spent in work the crop, and wiat shore is due to the Governmont for the raw knd. In talking abost geld we always speak of ounces ; when measuring cloth we ex press it in yards 4 when calculating distance we understand % tsy saying miles. These are units «f caiettlalion. Now Sis, we must find a unit of calcu lation, before any of us can eetHe a standard cost -of growing wheat tke\ Peak HiUfwrmors' Association scienti fically found a «nit, a standard, viz., i the capabilities of one man, the plant ' one man could work, the land one man «an. cultivate. The otdinary price of private land is settled like articles of commerce by competition. Hence, the lower the opBt of producing wheat the -? higher will be the p...

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 — 27 March 1903

Local and General. -Asa result' of the recent rains, the graab is shooting splendidly. ?Ploughing operations are being ra piillypushedforward. - rFonns of applications for fodder can be had at the local Police Station. JGood rains still__continue to fall in i&eenslzmd. jDr. Ross, of Sydney, has been ap pointed Medical Officer to the Condo bolin Hospital out of eight applicants. kr. Bridle, of Wilga Vale, who recently took some 300 eheep to Sydney, 3ecured lls \ Id per .head for the ma jority. Tho Souvenir wluch it is intended to present to Mr. H. J, Fletcher^ formerly of ' Benevento,' is now on view in Mr. C. F. Stephens' window. . It is a handsome Gold Locket sui tably inscribed. ^-n page 4 we publish a portion of Mri Crick's proposed new Land Bill. It is our. intention to continue ATeek by week until the whole has been inserted. Sis months suspension of labor con ditions, have been granted in connecr tiori with the East Phoenix Gold Mine, ParkeSi There were 60 applicants f...

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

Original Correspondence. (_Waile our oolumaB Are at all times open for .the publication of matter caloalatM to be of interest to \iur readers, we do not ne cessarily ' identify ourselves with the opinionK expressed under tbiflieeditfg.]

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

.::DB8jbst^ - An enquifj fi^phiiig . the fire which destroyed the slaughter yards of Mr. E. Dunn, Bituatiadt i^ miles from Peak Hill. OB.the nigSbfthe 13 th March, was c«pttcted,X-j,the (Joroner, Mr. i±. N. Qib^n,'ana i^fury of ,12, at the Court' House', 'bii^Ionday and Tues day last. The foUowing . is a list «f fhe Jurymen empanelled :; — Mesrss. J. Farciuharson, {Foreman^ Kidney, Laing, Bakes,' Wormald, Ring, Cause, Houten, Lusk Foulkes, Swain and Williams.: Mr. Chtehrist, Solicitor of Forbes, appeared on behalf of Mr. Thomas Kennedy, who -was present in custody, The first witness examined was Mr. Dunn. He stated on oath: Am but cher residing 1 Jrhilesfrom Peak Hill ; on the morning of Saturday the 14th inst., rose about 4 a.m.; the first tiling I- saw was the slaughter house in flames; called two men who were clearing forme, and ran to' the scene of fhe' fire ; was unable to save any thing; two panels' of fencing and the gate were all that escaped ; loaded my butcher's cart, andr...

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 — 27 March 1903

(To the Editor Ptak Sill Espre**.) Sir, — :When the Government voted £450 for the construction of a Weir in the Bogan River, 1 Was under ihe im pression that it was to give relief to the Tesidents of the town, but instead of a relief work, it is -one of dis tress as men who are willing to work cannot get a start. It is going on for eight weeks since work was started, and the men have only got in about quarter time. I (like many more -of the residents) would like to know whose fault it is, whether the man in caarge, or me tun Deroon tractor, or both of them combined. ,- During hist week, I believe fliers ivrere three or four men working, where there ought at least be a dozen. Also that there is some foack time owing to the men but they cannot get same until1 die end of the month. - Now, hpw in .the name of goodness is that any relief to men, when they put in a few days and then have to wait a month f or thek pay, especially those who have largo fami lies -depending on them. I think i...

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 March 1903

.: '''.'.'??;'?? '. Uffj-RAL, ADVANCES . ' ' ; ; '?? ' /'.'.:: Accurate Valuations, when required. Prompt returns a Speciality. ' . ? ? a .nil,.,-,,;,,,--- ? ,,___; LIMITED. , f.£\ f% I ^RINGJPAL^ having over ' Uf laf ia 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE SOI 1 110 CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. ILi ILa JLb I iH %M ? Strict attention to deta'ls, . ^EIGHTS , CAREFULLY TAKEN. U l ; a %ju l ?3«J^ Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. Wasted Vitality RESTORED TO Robust Health, The Case of IVJr. f{. SKANKOii (BY Ol'R BEP'-RTBU). Prom fa-!c(! letters aud dimly-rcmcmbered talk of l!io:-o who onco clung fondly to the legends ami Iniililioas of old, only a very hazy outlins of ci-cnts con generally be ohftiincil, so fur fiiraiMil rer.iuii-umcuie it ia advisable In'gefo'iir information as opnor tis:ii-y air.*,!*. This ol.jout led to a re po:-U-r's visit to Mr. l»ii.lur.l Shannon, of iji-j;jiij.i, Mt. Jaines'-ro;id, Wavcriey, once a rcHuiuul of liiilmain, reference to which fact app: avs Icfipw. ' Wlieu I...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

^3uwcait Jottings. 'BY. GEABSHOtPER. ?The fair-eex, under 'the able tiution of the Women's 'Political Education Society, ate commencing to learn a little too much for ' the comfort and enjoyment of the male portion of the community. Some time back 'the majority of benedicts could manage to cet their bacon and eerorc in bed and the morning paper .read while the repast was being jrauished, to say nothing of their boots 'being brought: to the roonnyith a lustre like varnish j while donning their clothes. This very charming state of affairs is becoming rarer and rarer, and unless the men organise in a very thorough manner it will be irrevocably lost, and its a sovereign to a gooseberry 'thrtt once the 'ladies get over the traces it will lake a good deal of persuasion to put them back again. It seems likely that in the near future the poor hus band villte obliged to do the house work 4or Himself, and family -while his charming 'little 'wifio' 'carries on a political crusade further afiel...

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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

(7b the Editor Peak Will £Seprt*t-') Sie,-^*t is evident ^0 all, reflective people ifi^hiS 'centre, or in other words it goes without saving that the local ] Municipal affairs are hopelessly isLvofced. Stich ft muddle and com plicated . entanglement 4ias rarely fallen to the lot of an unfortunate. Council to have to contend with, ffnd : I think any suggestion to help them ifi their; .tpsic to :j solve this diffi cult problem wifl not be ?mat apropos. I iave 'fepught overt^HB tbing much and have come to the conclusion that the only way out of the present Muni cipal difficulties, and to -rtft xKs local, cordn is fot *the three ktest elected members to resign and to have the election over again. If this is not done what a hopeless and dreary prospect is before the Council— dis- putes, law suits, and quarrels without end, no (progress made, and no 'worki done. This proposal might seem a little hard on ' the gentlemen tviio would have again to face the music on the hustings, but there is...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Sydney Sights. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

Sydney Sights. Vi-ltovsto the city -will have nothing to ramjilain about in the f-linue of quantity aud quality at tbo evergreen Cyclorama. Besides the exuitiug and life-like battle scene tliers is a fcist of attractions including our old friend ]-;phue iu a new anil marvUeous role. The MnjrV.ans G-Vf, described as a Marvel in Magic, aud quite a nurobsr of interesting cijt'iits, r.ot last among them bing a now ciac irji. 'gr«^h with nil locv films.

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

Sydney Sights. Visitors to ihB oity will have nothing to complain about in the shape of quantity and quality at tha evergreen Cyclorama. Besides the exciting and life-like battle scene there is . a bost-of tf |jitn*-iftnfa fnfilT^ing our old $rjftT)fl Daphne in* new mad marrjboas role. The Xagicteng -Cave, described as a Marvel m Magio, nnd cfnite a number of interesting sights, not last among- flie;n l'-ir.j- a no-K- oice jnatograja with all ne.-x tilm;.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

[?] 'What are the Wild Waves , Sajing?' f . GO TO ? - ' Jacksons!

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

€AMB&IDGKE1 CLUS HOTEL, ????'? OASWEli STEEET, / ?* - PEAK MILL - ^ S S. ftSWaW, - V h cprieton I ONE OF THE 'OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. I Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. I ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THROUGHOUT. I First-class Billiard Boom. - ... Good 'Stabiing. I The Public acquainted 'with this 'Hotel know its -good reputation, and I 'ctrangers patronising it -will be fully satisfied With the result. Masses-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. ** The best Wheel ' I Best in construction. I Best in ease of running. I Best in strength of fr&xne. Massey-Harris Bicycles. I iBest^a jiUl-climtoing:; I We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, I 'and Profetisiofiuh I Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, I 357 GebTge-stvj, Sydney. I local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. I CARRINGf ON /. HOTEL, I Caswell Street, Peak Hill. H ^VtTISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he is carryi H * I on the abovo...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

? -:memm [?] the. praa«!t:to form, in. ^4$'3M\V&oi-'- WH cietyj^ ? f- ?? ..;r t-P'.Mr W§ . '3Eteftjaie V&rlorn^opo' of' ;P^it? - ?^1 peatsSopB doa* '; ;?;''?;'?? ^T; *$.'.;v^ TliMi^any and Varied ore the «*''?.:'?'?'.?-? i^ said Orajputtoe. . :- ? .: ' V..,*-,^; what JiiSiSs^Qohe, is Soirig -auid intefl3is' : ??-'' todo;-'sg''- '? ??-' ' -:- ?'????? ???^?-'; V-^r .. ... vf^ .v * ,„';'; *,- ..-.?'. - - ,^-:V Thatf^lie- Ju^^ihp^H^.in.fconi1' :'- noctioiugiyita titie &e .at-lfor. 'Duim'a ' '? ;0: slaughter ;yardis, hail ^ only a middling;; ?*?-'? tinie of ffii ; ' .'-?.*?? '?? '*' .*-'.'; ?'*?/. nouncop|o. ^s^b jat;; the ' Court House ? ; '*'£% as ^.i^ssactfe^t^Jiufevof a «prnx6-i-: ^ whai :^tj hatSST* ;^-s^ ; 'C ? . ~ ' '-_ ;.^;^ ' ^ Tha|^ sti-eteh pl: M'iours. amply -yj-f ; illustrjifeid .this, ,: '-' ''J'A':j''C.- .. ? ; --.vSfa ThdStoyn^^^uiJ^^fe^iy^oliS:''^^ ^ected^possihg'-iloua^&'ifKt im.^hW fij :.*?*£ sdid's^^. .-. ?.r.T'* ? ;K^. -? '?,./',.--'. ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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McPHAIL SANITARY CONDITION (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

McPHAIL SANITARY CONDITION {To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir, — I have noticed in your 'columns that two nom de plumed writers, known as ''Havoc' and 'Bonny Bliuk,' are endeavouring tojnake your readers believe 4iiat^McPhwJUaad' its inhabi tants3Cre'£he'most 'OTfitfeiry^on record;' The. latter struggles to give nn advice. Perhaps he is not to blame. I feel sure that he has been lead ostrav liv reading the former letter. 1^ here ask *' Benny Blink' in future, before sup porting a letter to find out whether the same has -a spark of truth. ' Havoc, ' who is a cowardly, untruthful mischief maker, is in the daylight, a dear friend to the Committee, then a few. hours later Sneaks -round under the veil of darkness, -or rather under a false name, so as to enable him t© tkrow dirty water in -the face of the Progress ? Committee and Police Officer-. In the first place ' Havoc rt rashes away to; say that he has been informed that there are two cases of typhoid in Tonr ingley. I -do ndt kn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 27 March 1903

fgL. The 'JACKSON' 'TYrE have a fine variety now on. 'Sale, and its YV the Best .Boot the Senson will see. Wo can ''? sell them to youW IIALF-A-GUINBA and wo cam sell Zm to you' for A GUINEA. . BUT- WHATEVER THE PRICE, JAOKSDI'S BOOTS ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUE AT THAT PRICE. T^ey arHh-essy, Easy Fitting1, with enough room in the right place ana not too muoh in the wrong. They are Fair Stitched and Standard Scrowed, and on their Wear wo placo our Reputation. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Mens' Mercers, ^ PEAK HILL. m ft giteon if *€o., Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, peak hill NOTICED PEAK HILL AND DISTBICT HOSPITAL. IT having Leeu found ilmt the practice of the promoters of en tertainments advertising half pro ceoils to be devoted to the funds ?of the Hospital, - are in rnnny cases, detrimental to the finances of ..the Institution, ? the Committee :Vill ? be pleased if, in future, permission is -first obtained fron\£hern. WcB. WYNNE. -./...

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