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WESLEYAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

WESLEYAN: . . Kadina 3p.m. — Mr. A. Watts ; Peak Hill7.30 p.m. — Mr. J. Griuimett.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Notes. GOLD RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Editorial Notes. GOLD RUSH. , The nnnouncoment that a couple of quarter shares in the Prospecting claim at tlio rear of tho Roman Catholic Church, have been purchased for the sum of 12s Cd each, will come as a death knell to the many blight hopes entertained and fostered by a large section of tho community, with regard to this properly. Ever since the first note of that fascinating rumor gained currency, that it was within the regions of possibility that a load of exceptional wealth would be unearthed, the greatest exciteinont prevailed. Men hnve left their usual avocations, pegged out claims in the vicinity, and for upwards of two months have 6at patiently for a couple of hours day by dny, awaiting the signal which would have set anything between 100 and 1000 men tearing up tho ground in' all directions. To feed tho fire of enthus iasm, reports have from time to time been i-eceived that the lead was, if anything, opening up quite beyond expecta lions. As a result the picks were kep...

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

ROMAN CATHOLIC : Mkss second Sunday in each month

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 — 10 April 1903

Local and. General. The. name of Mr. Whitniill, of 'Woinbin, is freely mentioned as a. likely nominee to till -the vacancy in the Parkes Land Board, caused by the retirement of Mr. Colemau, During the week Mr. Boufller. of Barrabadeen, met with a painful acci dent through falling into a washaway. Besides a sprained wrist, Mr. Boufller sustained a severe shaking. Mr. Nelson, who had been relieving Mr. Potts at the Bank of Australasia, left on Tuesday morning last. The result of the Tamworlh Election w'as as follows : — Garland .(Opposition) 688 votes, Walsh (Government) 551, and Thrower (Labor) 164. Since the beginning of the current year 1 inch and 94 -points of rain have been registered at Peak Hill. For the same period at Parkes, over 3 inches have fallen.-. For tho district having as its head Peak Hill, extendingas far as Condo bolin and embracing Dandaloo, Tom ingley, &c, only one death with a population of possibly 4000 has been recorded for the past quarter. We regret ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. ANGLICAN: SUNDAY 12TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Church Services. ANGLICAN: Rttjttiavl 12THApair,. Coradgoiy 1 1 n.m. ; Buriill 3. p.m. ; Peak 'Sill 7.30; v -.-. REVi J. H; S. 0LDHA3T.

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

Current Concerns. .The move on the part of the ofiicials in making public, by displaying in hotel bars,' the names of those receiv ing Old Age Pensions is one which cannot be condemned too strongly. 'It is hardly conceivable -that the adminis trators of the Act could- have soiittle thought for the feelings of others as to issue an order of^this description. Me thinks many of the pensioners would i-ather the Government strike their names off the list altogether than per mit of this indignity being foisted upon them. No doubt the- Department's' next move, .as suggested by one of your correspondents in a former issuCj will be to mark each of the Pensioners with the equivalent of the broad arrow. Then there will bo no fear of 'mistak- ing them. . * - « * Do tho Government, when giving to Judges and othej-s who, through the courso of many years, have drawn salaries 'far in excess of what their services were worth, probably, impose conditions and rules such as they are now levying upon th...

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

femingiey Race Meeting. I One of the most successful Eace I Meetings ever held at Tomingley even I tunted on Wednesday last. There I were good nominations, good racing, [ mid good attendance, and everything went off as merrily as a inorriage bell. The course contained a large number 'of ladies vrho appeared to enjoy the I ? ? MJ,. ll,A«n../vl-lv All mof. \ venous uvojjid tuuiuujjuij. jx« *i*«.u ters of detail were earned out in a most complete 'manner by the energe (ic tSecretaries, Messrs. Eeilly and i AVaddcll, and tho Committee consist ing of Messrs. J. E. Strahom, Jos. Carter, T. 'W. Lees. Thos. Goltling. ? Jos. CiwhMrst, G. McKinlay, & J.Mc Cmlden. Messrs. J. B: Strohom. J. AVaddeU, and C. McKinlay, acted as liandicajipers, and gave universal satis faction, fls did ' also Messrs, J, Maker and Golding in 'the capacity of Judges. Mr. Jos. Orowhurst acted as Clerk of ''tho Course. Tlie track Vas in excellent condition. The following aro tho results : — ?OrESKG Handicap.— 6...

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

Petition^ We have at our Office, for the signa tures of Homestead Selectors and-Set- . tlement Lessees, a_:potition;to *be presented to Parliament -praying for ?tlie inclusion in the New Land jBill of a clause empowering the optional con version .of Homestead Selections, and Settlement Leases iuj:o Conditional. Purchases and .Conditional Leases. As it is desirable ^to have as many signatures ' aB possible, those inter-, ested are requested to call 'and sign tlie document.'

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

CAMBRIDGE OI^JB HOTEL, ; CASWELL STREET, ? ? \ - -?? PEAK GILL -? - SW.SWAlli, - - Proprietor. one'of the oldest and best hotels in the town. Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THROUGHOUT. First-ciasB Billiard Room, - - - Good Stabling. The Public acquainted -with this Hotel know its good reputation, and , eti'angors patronising it will be fully satisfied with the result. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. ' The best Wheel ' Best in construction. « Best in ease of running*. Best in strength of frame. i Massey-Harris Bicycles. Bejst inJiill-climbing. Best in speed. ' Best in honest value. We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur \ and Professional. . ?- \ Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, 3 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. CARRINGTON /. HOTEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. TVTISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie ia earryi .Vl on the above well-known...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

'What are tho Wild Waves Saying?' I GO TO . Jacksons! ! Do yefr£w-Thfot:ofi'^W§

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

B ' tMjumuMM fun ii mil mm in ??ihibhii'iip im i i s*an::asa:^Haia^il*tlll'a'3g?^i*^WMI^^**'^??g^Mgg ? $ % „ ? ~^ ? — ? : — Auctioneers, Land, lining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. ^ XAND, STOCK, STATION and General t gommi$$ion . Jlgmt LOANS NEGOTIATED. ' Note address — ' Old Coniiuomveal Office.' . ^ Grand Social. '- '' ' The Dance in aid of the SatEiolic Ohurch Fund, Originally intended to lie held on St. Patrick's Night, -will take place ou Easter Monday Night, MURREIX'S HALL. Double Tickets 4s, Single '2s 6d. Sir Juaing engaged tp play ,4 Juvenile Ball Will be held on tiie following night. ?Admission for Children, Silver Coin. J. H. SOUTKR, Hon. Sec. Department of Fubliu Works, Sydney, 27th March, 1903. -IBOGAN GATE TO BTJLBODisTSY KAIL '\VAY. SUPPLY OP SLEEPERS'. IT is hereby ilotifieiJ Hint tJjis Department is prepared lo purchase a total imnibw of 3f-,000 round bsoked (keepers K feet x fl Sunlit^ X 4i inches in lots as offered, delivery being wade at th...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

?; .;^ii©y3,Sag.:.;: fi That Mr. t?otts-h&B jiiamei aftor a jj| monA.'s hbliaayv : . SfS That* Mr, ::Potte is lopkiSg^iip-top -. 1 after the ,d»%e, ; . ' j.3 r ^a||Jr&elBbuitwlio iVos ^relieving ,* ^jj liim, laaaeT^ h is courieotte und genifli ^ -^ mannej1, a host of.friend$ during Lis ttiy'M sojouru, S-J That Peak Hill is it! sore '-shaite . / ] ior somettung to relieve the depression. ,-M That if file rush does aot ttUelose a 'M Golden Holo II., (lungs '11 look slighfly % bluis ' jjjl That in setting aud distributing -^ type, a Compositor's hand travels' on ,'4 aa average il miles a day, a That Grent iTdtain's now Labor '% Member for Woolwich,, was born in a * workhouse, and in 1901 was 5Tayor of $ a Londoii Borough. ? ' f That Mr. J. Banies was unfortiuinto '^ enough to loso his best draught horse \ last week . . .' -| That the .eating ot wheat was the \ cause, ~1 % That Ex--President Krager of the J Transvaal, rises at 5 n-m. each dny, and ^ reads the itfble tiJl...

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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVIII. SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE OECHID. CITAPTKE XVIIT. sour t.iudi.vo -icE3Troxs. ' Shi? L-now's it is too 3nte for her io her.r thiisa of llio two dead Zabels,' grov.-led tho man from Host/in. 'We are no nearer the solution of :!iii mysti'iy thr.n vro wer'o in tha iitgiuniiVg,' remarjeed tho coroner. 'Gentlemen, I have notytt ficished n.v story,' intimated Amabel sweetly. ' Perhaps what I have ytt to tell may give you some clue to~tiie ide-uiitv of this man. ' Ah, yea ; go on, go on, xou have not yet explained how you cauio to bo in possession of Agatha's money. ' Just so,' she answered, with another.' quick look at Frederick, the last she gave him for somo time. ' As soon, then, ns I dared, I ran out of the house into the yard. The moon, which had been under a cloud, was now shining brightly, and by its light I saw that the space before me was empty and that I might venture io enter tho titreot. ]iut before doing so I looked about for tho dagger I had thrown from mo before going in, but ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Farmers' and Settlers' Association. An important meeting of members of the above Vas held at the Commer cial Hotel, 'oh Wednesday evening the 1st inst. . The President, Mr. Thos. Bridle, oc cupied the chair, and there was a fairly large attendance. The member for the district, Mr; P. J. Clara M.L.A. was present. The -minutes of the previous inest mg were read and confirmed. CoEBESPOXDEJfCF. From F. and f§. Association, enclose ing a petition to Parliament praying* for' the optional conversion of.H-. S. and S. L. areas into O.P'p. and C.L's. The Soiivonir and also Illuminated - adda-css to be prr se ited to Mr, Fietcheii were then displayed, nnd it was agi'ei3d that the Secretary hand these over td Mrs. Fletcher. . . - ? Airaug'emente wei-6 ihade as to flia country over which tho Government -reologist — Ki\ - Pittman — should bp taken - in reference to tho propose! Bore... -. ., f, . . In i%gnrd to 'the tax proposed to bo levied in connection with the Bogaii Gate to Bulbodney Railway...

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Mr. Crick's New Land Bill. (Continued from our last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

& Mr. Click's. New Land *' Bill.. ?y* - ? | (( '..7ii iiii'.VJ i: -v:n our List tesne.) If tiie mmspirod port ion or tlie pfiricd ^ ivoils Five vef.rs, the ainiuftl rent, ior ?'ir}i nnosj»;ivJ peiioil shall be ap ' pi usod ns JW a s;;i.u-::k' period. Rent of lio:p.«'st-j.i-] mloctious. 7. Tho ]n:l-l(-i' of any liomeslenu scW'tioi! applied for befuri; ornl'toi1 iln' | - o'lrjie'.iconiiiit of tin's Act, w)iiir« ;:'{ grant of su'.'Ji liomestwid -self clion 1::'.-= 1 ? ' uotfssued, shall from ami niter the c.x Kgr, jfj.atHmof tiiolirst fax years oi sutu Hflp- election pay nn nnnunl vent of two nnd H|i|c a half per ci.'iituin of the capital value Hp? ol the flection. ^Rip - Transfers o£ conditioual purchases. Bfp^ 7. Notwithstanding anything con Mlfe t lined in seel ion twt-iity-nine cf tho Aft ?§!?? of 1895, ifnny conditional puwlinst.T WmJi h'in11 die m l-* declnrinl a lunatic or B§©s- liccomo an insnne .patient before the Wemi lbsue of the first certificate on his con Bjft dit...

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Government Geologist's visit to Peak Hill. A TRIAL BORE TO BE PUT DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

GtovernrnentGreologist's visit to Peafe Hill. A TRIAL BORia TO BEPUT DOWN ' On Wednesday last a party consist- ~ ingof Mr. Pittman, Government Geo logist, 'Mr. Thos. Bridle, President, of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, and. Mr. Clara M.L.A., started out from Peak Hill to inspect tho country lying between this centre and Bullock Creek, with a view to ascertaining if. Artesian Water existed, and if so, tho Tho paity travelled west -of the Bogaft to Wilga Yale,, thence to Tonikfeis' where they were put 'up for the night. Next day they proceeded to Clifton's, thence to McKeowu's, Carey's, Bruie Plains, and Farnsworlh'p. Mr. Pitt5 man ' from -his observations' is quits convinced that an : 'Artesian -Bdlt exists, extending from McKoown's^on tho western side of .the Bogan f or some 30 miles to. the westward. The country between Carey .Bros, and Tomkins'-, known as ''Tlie .Meadow,'- presented most favorable, conditions, though ;n doubt existed iu the Geologist's mind as to tierdopt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Art Unions. It is evidently the practice now for Societies 'holding the more important Ait Unions in Victoria to distribute the proceeds from them among various charitable Institutions. The law asks t.hnt 'this shall be done, and the organi sations joyfully comply, hence many desferviug institutions receive handsome donations from such a source. In connection with the Eight Honr'e Forty -seventh Annual Avt Unioii, to be held in. Melbourne on tho Cth ifay, the same' condition prevails. This Society advertises the first prize in their raifle of this year at £1,000 net or as an nltc-rnative; 12 months' trip round the world, first class, all expenses paid, and £600 in cash : thc-y also give 139 additional prizes,' ranging in value from £1 to £150. Residents in this colony may obtain tickets from local agents at one shilling each, and doubtless many will he tempted to buy inconsequence of the object being a good one. Applications for them, how evnr, may be made direct to Mr, Theo. W. Hei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Sydney Sights. ViEitoif- to tJie rity will havo nothing to '?.oraplain about in the th-ipe ol quantity and ?q-iaiitv m Oie evergreen C -oloraiun . Bssid-e? the exciting siid Jiic-Hte battle eceas there if ^_ a host of attraciions iacl'id-ia cur c'.i iritad iaphce in a new «ed mar^lloona role. The Oisficians Cave, described .i-- a Marvel iu Slsgic, and quite a number of iiir.j.'Lr^ sights, notlajt nraong them hjnf -a -oov r.'ai' .-nato^-LS-.ih tt}\ aii =..-^ i'umt

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Mail Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

Mail Contracts. The following is a list of Mnil Con tracts throughout the district, with cost per annum, and when terminates : Dubbo to Peak Hill, F. J. Robinson, 3 times a week, 4 wheeled covered buggy, two horses. £120 per annum. Terminates Slst December 1904. ^ Narromino to Peak Hill, A. E. Phillips, coach with. two or more horses, 3 times a week, £80. Terminates 31st Tomingiey, Bnlgandramins, and Mungcry, 16 miles, 3 times per week, horseback, £55. Terminates 31st December 1904. Narromine, Farrendale, and Alagala, via Rice's, Ksarnoy's, Strathalbyn, crossing WollauBillan and- Waterloo, 5.1 miles, twice a week 4 wheeled, vehicle, two horses, £100. Termiu^ ates Slst December 1904. . . . Obleyte Tomingloy, via WohddOj Wandong Station, ; Deladenny and Gundongs, 80 miles, -once a week, horseback or sulky,!3E34 10s 0d. Ter- urinates Slst December 1903. Parkes to Peak Hill SO miles) Mr. Jacob Matthews^ 4 wheeled buggy, £60. Terminates December 31st 1003.

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

Mining. Tho fact of a couple of tho share holders iu the Prospecting Claim having disposed of quarter^ shares for tlio modest sum of 12s 6d each appears to have annihilated the greater' portion of tho enthustam which has hitherto existed iu the property. Only 3 parties £tre now actively engaged viz : thePiospectors, No. 1. South, and. No. 1. surplus ground- — Tuck well and the. west for about 30 feet struck tho west bar. They are now engaged in driving to the eastward, .and aro get ting deeper as they proceed. A little gold is being obtained. Tuck well and party aro energeti cally sinking, aiid are Sown some i00 feet. Messrs. Frasor : n 1 ' German ' Hnrry aro sinking at the rear of ' Mr. H. Wood's residence. Messrs. Bailey and' Higginbothom are also in this locality.

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