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Current Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Current Jottings. .?_-.' By GittssnorpEB. The public .of .N.S.Wales aro now anxiously , awaiting( the report of -the' EducationCommissiotiers— Turner and Knilbo,- who have been delving in all the systems^of the - world :in;x)rder trf proTrideiihej-Siest ;possible i ^pgtiod,;of yteatJhjfiE our viun^ad^;afcS!piiYi#Kh11o I orjmgppViej^ent; y- Stfme' of jfe ligeles's fihif t,i now included iii' the jcumculuni, could be disgpfinsed 'witli^': and more at tention^giyen to those subjects, which will he useful in the -various- walks of life. Epivinstance, what doas.it con cern a. farmer -that an obtuse, :angle is greater than a right angle, so, long. as the rolln; 6ticks to the furrow, and does his shore of the graft. Or will the knowledge that Mount Everest is 29,000ft. high, help a carpenter to put up a better house. The prbpo'r tions of the soluble mineral particles and the organic matter in the earth would be more in the lino of the for mer ; while the knowledge of how to square a buildi...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

LA,TiE5SiETEIiEaBAMS ? ,-;- . [By Wiee.] The King has sailed for Lisbon: ? ? .The Turks and Bulgarians fought for ton hours. The latter threw dyna mite bombs, and escaped with -the loss o£ twenty-five men. 'Bob ' Sie7ier, has sold 'Sceptre,' to Captain Bass for twenty thousand Pounds. .. Cambridge,- won the University boat race easily. ? ? Messrs. Waddell, O'Sullivan, ana Bennett, all epoke at Tamworth yos ,terda.y. '?'..-'. Messrs. Crict/Fegan, and probably See, Trill visit the town toiday. Iu a jealous fit yesterday a fireman named Henry Dillon, attempted to cut a girl's throat* He cut her head severely, being' interrupted by her eister, vrhoin he shot with a revolver in the abdomen. She now lies in a critical conditions Dillon waa arres ted: ? ' The Victorian assembly has adopted the reform recommendations of the joint conference. Splendid rains have fallen in most districts of .the State; also throughout Queensland; .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

ANTHONY HORDEfiN'S ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, THE BEST MEDIUM OF UNIVERSAL SUPPLY IN AUSTRALIA. Digging for Gold Is an operation, Ihtit, in vinous 'wftyj, by aid of machinery end otherwise, is largely carried on in Australia. Tens of. thousands are en engaged in the work, and turners: aud their families, as well as folks engage! in other pursuita, Trill soon discover the benefits con tained in free indulgence in ANTHONY HQRDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES, which, for Tools of *ill Trades, Drapery, Grocery, and Gcnerfcl Merchandise and Store's, will be found The lowest in the Land. ANTHONY H0M»S MAGNIFICAT STOCKS are at the service of town and country til&e, the same prices being charged for orders by post as to customers buying over the counter. Patterns, Price Lists, Quotations, and Estimates, sent Post Free to any address. ANTHONY HORBERN k SONS Only Universal Providers, mt&MET mW SWllY, .£1,000 for Is, £1,000 A FORTUNE FOR K_A/ORTUKE FOR 1. £1,000 m 1* | FIRST. | £1,000 FO...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

) arotfe'sl[ CS^tinappsg % The One 5 I Needful 1 1 To make JL : I Worth I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Mining. The Prospectors are, now -engaged driving to the N.NsE.' On Monday hist they erected a ' whip ' over their new shaft; and in consequence are enabl e'd to proceed . much' more rapidly with 'tlioir work. During the week several troughs (the trough -contains about half load) were washed, but it is rumored that the results were anytliing but gratifying. The Prospectors,, themselves, however, have hitherto appeared very sanguine,' and in son-' sideration of the trouble to which they have gone to in the completion of their whip and horso walk, ? it would appear that they must have something 'in view to justify the. work. Secrecy in connection with ^he. operations is being -maintained, and the majority of reports aro of course founded only on rumor. No. 1 :South — McAuliffe and party — have driven .in 20 feet to the easi^ and are now engaged on a drive..to flie south.. They are in about 1-5 or 16 feet. So far they have had a color or .two, 'but nothing more.' . '.'' ' . .'.- Jfo. 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Myalls United G.M. Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Myalls United Gr.M. Co. Ovor 80 men were dispensed with at the Myalls United G.M. Co.,.McPhail, on Monday and Tuesday last, which bespeaks a gloomy prospect for that township and environs. . Nor will the evil effects of this bo confined to Mc Phail alone. The loss to the business paople of Peak Hill will be consider able. Toiningley will also lose 'materi- ally. Only 16 wages men 'have been retained. It is understood that a con ference between the Company's Mining Expert and Mr. Hocking, will shortly take place, on which the futuro de velopment of the mine to a great extent will dependv ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. (Before H. N. Gibson Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Polifce Court, (Before H. Ni Gibson Esq., J-P.) Thos. P. Kennedy charged With setting fire to certain slaughtering premises, the property of Ed. Dunn of .Peak Hill, on orabout the 14th March. The Police applied for a remand until 'Friday, the 3rd inst., which was granted. . . Bailwas allowed self in £50 and two sureties of £75 each.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peculiar Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

PecuUa£in6ident. On Monday last, Mr.Jelbart, of near Mingelo, had the misfortune of losing two of his best draught horses. On the preceding Sunday, the animals by some means gamed access to the .whoati After; the administering °^& small quantiiy of physic, however, they appeared, little the worse. On the Monday while Mr. Jelbart was dosing one of tJipm, it suddenly drop ped dead. He , had hardly time;.- to look round,, when h.e iieheld .the other fallalsos. Thiis:; the. two died withirl thirty seconds of *ach other. ? ...-,.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Seed Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Seed Wiieat. fn connection with ihe seed wheat supplied by the Government to Farmers, -the. Department have decided to charge only 'the actual cost of ihe wheat. Up to the present time, con siderably over 100,000 bushels hnve been distributed, and it is still being rapidly sent out.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Grass. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

? , ' ^'^Bi^s. . '?-? ...- ? {.;, There is on view in Mr. C.F. Ste'- phens1 shop, a samp^fe of grass gecurod by Mr. W. MfcKeown' during Ms trip to Girilambone. .'The; grass is from five to 5J- feet liighi- and we under stand' is excellent fodder for largo stock'. The Selectors in die Giri'am bone district are cutting and stacking .t for hay-. .. .y~.:: - ?? -

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Crick's New Land Bill. (Continued from our last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Mr. Crick's New Land BUI. (Continued from our last issue.) In the case, of an additional condi tional purchase or a conditional lease, the area of which (when taken with the area of the purchases and leases of the series) does not exceed the max imum area prescribed by the Principal Acts, title to the land shall commence from the date of application, if valid, and tho application shall withdraw such of the lands therein described as may be available for the purpose from any annual lease or occupation license under which they may be held. Upon the confirmation of an appli cation (the effect of which has not been to immediately withdraw the land ap plied for from any annual lease or oc cupation license), the land allotted by the board shall be deemed to be with drawn from any annual lease or occu pation license under which, it may be held, and the titlo to the additional purchase selection or to tho lease shall thereupon commence. In. the case of an additional settle ment lease or a c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVIII. SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVIII. SOJIE XEAD1KG CTTESTION3. 'Yes; Mr. 'WoVb was sitting in a chnir 'asleep. Ho Tvris the only person I saw. 'Oh. I know he 'never committed this , crime.' gasped his oid ft'ieml, in n rel ief so .gront that one aud nil seemed to shnre it, 'Now I have courage for the rest. 'Go en Miss. Page.1 But Miss. Page paused agRin to look at her finger, and give that sideway ? : toss to her head that seemed so uncalled for by the situation to any who did not know of the compact between herself * land the listening man below, 'I hate to go back to that moment,' said 6lie; 'for when I saw the candles burninsr on the table and the husband oi the woman who at that very instant was possibly breathing her last breath in the room overhead, sitting there in Unconscious apathy, I felt something rise in my throat that made me deathly sick for a moment. Then I went right in where he was, road was about to shake his arm and wake him when I detected a spot of blo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

Hsepatic Congestion. A Deranged Liver Regulated The Case of Mr. W. CLARKE. (by a spioul bbforter.) To those who have Vainly puzzled their intellects with matters beyond their cogni sance, enlightenment of understanding will accrue from the following narrative, which comes from Mr. William Clarke, of Chal ilei-street, Marrickville: — » ' I was living six years ago tn West AUi tralia,' said Mr. Clarke, ' and I have good reason to remember that fact, because it was Lliero that I broke down in health from a compliuut which I thought I would never get rid of. Thinking a change might do me good, I went to Melbourne, and then to lnglewood ; but wherever I went I wa* Btill ailing.' ' What from?' asked onr reporter. ' Congestion of the liver, and I assure you I suffered untold agonies with it. One doctor iu Melbourne put fourteen leeches on my side to ease the pains, but the relief did uot last long, and only returned with re doubled fury. There wa* only one position I cottlr! Ifo in, and th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 April 1903

? ? WHAT ABOUT m ? ^ HATS ? p I ? | Auctioneers, Land, Mining & I Steck ^ Station Agents, §1; PEAK HILL |V- ? ' notice! i peak hill and district £:. hospital. ^'; 'TT having, been found thut-.thn 'I :. JL practice of the promoters of en $-'.' tertainmenls advertising .half pro t';' . eeeds lo bo devoted to the funds f}. of the Hospital, '-nre in many cases, Ofe detrimental to the finances of the i'-\ Institution, the Comniittoe ???will & . he pleased if, iu future, permission is if''. fii-st obtained from them. t 'W. B. 'WYNNE. |S;: . Secretary. fe d ©* Oxhjjf, p '?? ' LAND, STOCK, STATION |f and General |v : cefttiniisiett Jftmt. I LOANS NEGOTIATED. P- Koto address — ' Old Commomveal Office.' . I TO PARENTS. ANYONE desirous of sending their children to SCHOOL from the p COUNTRY can have comfortable BF- home, opposite Public School and |: Convent. It- , Terms for children under 12 years, fe:; . - €s por week. Apply — Up. , ' : Office this Paper. SOCIAL  ...

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Important Mining Decision. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Important Mining De cision. The following important, mining decision was given by tho Wardeu, (Mr. Oslear, P.M.,) at Forbes some couple of weelcs back : — Margaret L. Howisou proceeded against' Messrs. Morris, McMnhon, Powell, and WiUiams, to compel tiiem to register her as a shareholder in Strickland's Reef Claim, now known as 'Marys iiream. xne compium-. ant was one of 25 origirinl shareholders, and was backward in her payments of the weekly call. At a meeting of the syndicate it was resolved that all share holders who were in arrenrs should forfeit the shares if not paid up within a certain time from notice. The com plainant did not pay up, and her shares were declared forfeited. Shortly after wards rich gold was struck, and the complainant then tendered her back calls,' butrthe defendants refused to acknowledge her any longer as a shareholder. She then ..commenced proceeding to enforce her -claim. Mr. J. S. Lamrock appeared for the com plainant and Mr. D. J. Moloney for the deTe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

POLICE COURT. Thos. P. Kennedy, on bail, charged with maliciously setting fire to slaugh tering - premises, the property of E. Dunn. Mr. Gilchrist, of Forbes, appeared on behalf of the accused. The hearing of evidence extended over pi'actically the whole day, and was similar to that recorded in our issue of the '27th March, with the ad dition that two ne»v witnesses were called for the defence— Mrs. 'Kennedy, mother of the accused, wljo swore that the accused did not leave the houee between tho hours of 1 a.m. and 4 a.m on Saturday the 14th March, and Mr. A. Kidney, one of tho Jurymen em pannelled on the Corouial Enquiry. Mr. Gilchriet made a strong appeal to the Bench to dismiss the case as he contended there was not sufficient evi dence to connect the accused with the fire, even assuming that it was caused wilfully. The 'P.M. in giving liis verdict said that he considered there was suffi cient evidence, though he would not say it wis too strong, to send the ac cused to his trial. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARDENS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

WARDENS COURT. Joseph Jackson v. Margaret Banks. Mr. T. Peavco for the complainant. Mr. Gilchrist for the defendant. After' considerable argument the case was withdrawn.

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Police Court, FRIDAY 3RD. APRIL, 1903. (Before the P.M. Mr. Oslear.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

i*dli&e ^eiourt, *:%RIDAT 3kd. APRIL, 1903. (Before the P.M. Mr. Osleai.) tJpon the P.M.' taking Ids seat, Mr. Gibson J.P., on belialf of the Magis tra'tes'bf the district, spoke a ie\v words of welcome. He said 'that he trusted the kindly relations which had hitherto existed with his 'successor ?? — Mr. Sharpe — would continue, and that his decisions would at all times give satis facfaonjia at least me right tmniang. portion ^fihe community. .-...' i - Mr. Pearce on behalf of the legal profession, also spoke a few words of 'welcome. . Mr. Oslerir, in reply, thanked Mr. Gibson and also Mr. Pearce for their - kind remarks. 'It. was- pleasant for' him after an Hbsence of a riumTior of ?years, to return in a higher .position. During his absence he had had a large amount of experience; having been Police Magistrate in 7 or 8L*differeiit places. In administering justice he had always endeavoured to do it im partially. He recognised no class nor creed, and all cases would receive ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

SALVATION ARMY. Cea^k Hill, Sunday 2.30 (Children's meeting) 7.30 (public meeting,) Tues day 7.SG.' KJottage meetings as an nounced. — Matthews' Hall. McPhail, Sunday 7 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m: : JVid&y's 7.80 a.m. (Holli hes6 taeetiiig. — C. itf.Riioiij Oeui-Ss'-^ I diarge, J. J. Gibbons, Lieut.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Mingelo Public School. A matter which calls for the immedi ate attention of the Mingelo residents, is the inadequate provision inade by the Government in connection with the Public School. The schdol is altoge ther far too small to accommodate the number of children tvho ' attend, and it is indeed 'surprising that inattets have been allowed to go on for so long in their present, condition. There are 29 children on the rolls, and the school room provided by the Department is only 17ft. x 12ft. The ground is un fenced, and the total \vater supply, is a 400 gallon tank It only requires the people of Mihgelo to more in the mat ter, when 'we feel certain their require ments in the above respect would be attended to without delay-. ? * Monday, 27th Instant,- is nomination, day for the Dubbo Pastures Protection Board election-. . . ; ... .

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