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A Genuine Hardship. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

'A Grenxdne HardsiiiiK As an instance, or tiio manner in which certain bind matters. are worked — a Mr. Ijinder, of 'Creuanagie, well-' . known .throughout Jihis district, in order to ^uaHfy in a: ballot for a-block of land situated at Ooradg'sry, had, as is^he iisual custom to pay in' 'the sum of £50. Being late with his 'applica- tion' he did not even participate inHho ballot, though liis £50 wero retained. and forwarded on to the Treasury. Mr. Lindefci'Ms -nois- been vainly en- deavouriug to get this money refunded, but it is ppssible, woure informed, that he may not be successful for six months. In tho meantini6;the gentlev ninn referred to La deprived 6T the use of his '£50, and thus debarred iroui the privilege of balloting for any Other land, under a like title, which may bs thrown open, or from any business speculation he may see. fit to entei upon; This is a genuine hardship, and tho law. governing same needsataend ing without delay.

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

/ '! Gp^iyeiit ScliciolJ -*^^, ^ . At the breaking up of the Coixveat School for the Easter Vacation on Wed 'iie%day, the following -pupils .were ._.-? awarded prizes for general proficiency r8 : ? Higher division, '4Hi class: Clara. . Y . -Brayne 1st prize, j(gtild-inl?- stand.) J-. ' . . ' ' VViJUougJioy zua prjjee. .-ajower -jivi- siqn, 4th class;: Tomlversdn 1st -prize. r Annie Garrington.'' 2ad prize. John. ? Doive 3rd prize. Higher division, 3rd clags:;. Clyde ,'MurVell 1st priee. Stella, .. ' Dcarii&nd prize: . ^raceparrington 3r4 -.-'' prize. ?'. ? -.- '. ?.'-.' ??:?:.' .': - ?-'? ;? . - ,

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

- Rainfall. The follovring is the rainfall at PehkHill for tbe quarter ending 31st March ': — January 27th .. .. .. 8 points. February 10th . . .. .. .. 2 ,, „ 25th ? 5 „ Murcb5th .. .. .. 18 ' „ „ Cth. ? 34 „ . „ 7tU ? C -„ „ Htli .. .. .. 8 „ „ 20th ? 45 ?„ „ 21st .. .... 25 „ „ 24t.li ? 15 „ „ 30tli ? 10 ,, Total . . . . . . 1.70

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

The Weir. Tliroughthe courtesy of Mih Duffy. Overseer, we were showu over -the-abovc. Tlio work is progressing 'rapidly, and everything appears to lie done iu first class . style. - When completed the Weir will be of irnmense'strehgth, and withstanding almost any strain. There will also be.no fear of leakage, as in addition to a layer of Ruberoid thei-e are some two feet of pug; through which, of course, it would be impos sible for water to soak. There are 13 men now employed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD AGE PENSIONS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

. OLD AGE PENSIONS. (To Ihe Editor Teak mil Express, J Sir,— ' Allow nie to congratulate you upon the, attitude you have assumed with regard to this matter, and to which I would like to add a'few re ?inarke. One of the chief rirguiuents ndvanced in. favor of bringing in an; Old Age Pension Act, was to do away with ' Cold ' charity and pauperism ; to concede as a matter of right, a State pension to tlie old and infirm, who had worKea loruie orate au mpir lives. This latest development on the part of administration, is a distinct attempt to brandiheni with the odium of pauper ism, aud is directly opposed to the spirit and sentiment which brought the Act into existence. Not only is it a dastardly and 'undeserved insult to many, but is ateo in my opinion illegal. If the Government dared to take a like liberty with the names of citizens with money behind them, the Government would probably aoon be made to ans wer for it in the Law Courts. This publishing of the names of State pensioners ...

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

Visit of the Bishop of Bathurst. On Sunday last the Bishop of Bath urst, Dr. Camidge, 'visited Peak Hill,' and conducted service in S£ 'Stephen's Church both morning aiid evening. During the morning a number of can? didates were confirmed iucladedaraiong whom were:— Mrs. 7W. B. Wynne, Misses Martha and Birdie Hand, Mat thews, Constance ?' and . Alice Weit, Ethel Jackson, Victoria and Polly Barnett, Dottie Yeitch, Deitrich, and Farnsworth ; and Mr. ' Ray, Ernest Brayne, Stephen Kelly, William Yeitch, and Deitrich. The Bishop delivered an explanatory address on Confirmation. Iu the- evening the Church was packed, the Bishop taking for his toxt the 21st Chapter of the 'Gospel according to St. Matthew- the 10th Yerso, preached an eloquent and touching sermon.

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 — 10 April 1903

Original Correspondence. [TOiile our columns 5&re at nil Iftnas^open for the publication of in'atter calculated to he. . of interest to our 'readers, -wo do not ne cessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under tliia heading.]

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

TOMINGLEY. - (From our own Correspondent.) T.Tomingley presented quite a scene of animation on Saturday afternoon, last it being the occasion of the Bishop of Bathurst's visit. Tii9 Church was packed, and 10 persons came forward for confirmation. WitliTeiorence to one oryour corres pondent's — ' Havoc' — remarks in the last issue re Gold Leases') moi'o than one complaint has' been lodged against these leases at Tomingley, but have been practically ignored.

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

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held at tho Council Cham ber on Wednesday, the 1st inst. Present'. Hi6 Worship tho Mayor, Aid. (Jibson (in the chair), Aldermen Matthews, Davey, Litehfield and King. The minutes of the previous meeting Were duly cenfirmed. - CoBHESrOXDEXCS. re Mr. Pittmau's visit. — Received. From H. Kennedy, asking for the cancellation of Ids slaughtering license owing to hie removal from the district. — Held over till nest ineetiug; It was resolved, on the motion of Aid. Rihg Becondeded by Aid. Liteh field, that a letter be forwarded to Mr. Hocking, thanking that gentleman for driving Mr 'Pittman from Narromine. It was resolved to again opproach the District Surveyor in connection with the proposed road from Coradg ery. ; Reports. Works -Jonimittee, ro acceptance oi. tenders. Treasurer reported a credit balance of £11 6s 2d. Inspector of Nuisances that all matters under his supervision were in a satisfactory condition. Inspector of ...

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

£ Troubles, « Sfc§tnapp§ JL Substitutes. 3 Official Correspondence. Public Worlcs Department, Sydney, 25th March, 1903. Subject:— Asking that arrangements be made 'to obtain the sleepers required for the Pogan Gate-Bulbodney Railway; and sug gesting that notices be posted at cer tainplaeeS) giving particulars of the sleepers required. ?Reply : — Tho Minister has now ap proved of advertisoiracnts boing- inserted in the Sydney and local papers, invit ing tenders for the supply of sleepers at Schedule rates. Notices will be posted up in' the towns concerned, in cluding those mentioned by you. J. Davis, Under Secretary. Public Works Department, Sydney, 20th. March, '1303. .'Subject:— For- warding names of unemployed nt Peak Hill, Aleetown', and McPhtril, who are desirous of obtaining employment oii tho Bogan Gate— Bulbodney Railway. Reply : — The Minister directs me to say that there is not much icooni for many men as the line must be made with rdough8 an(l scoops. Tenders will shortly ...

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

Vital Statistics. -During the quarter ending March Slfit lor Peak Hill and district, there have been 20 bii-the, 1 death, and no marriages. s

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
McPHAIL SANITARY CONDITION (To the Editor Peak Kill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 April 1903

McPHAIL SANITARY CONDITION (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir, — Referring to a letter appearing in your last issue signed by Mr. J. Norris, I must frankly admit at the outset that I was prompted in penning my last communication ; to you re above, solely through lUe perusal of ' Havoc's ', original letter. Since then I learn that ?with reference to the cases of ty phoid alleged to exist atTomingley, a residont of that township has flatly, refuted their existence, and I presume Mr. Norris has taken   pains in ascertaining that 'Havoc' was altogether misinlonnect. Wrtli reterence to the rubbish, or rather ash heaps however, I. am surprised to find Mr. Norris signing himself 'Member of the Progress Committee,1 and advancing such a ridiculous argumeut, why the present Committee rfibu'd not deal wilii tho matter. Surely Mr. Norris has nous enough to know that even if ths heap were tipped tliere^^jn ihe time of the I'hardalis so long as it is a menace to the general healt...

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

McPHAIL   SOCIAL; A social in 'aid of :the Peak Hill Convent 'trans 'hold in Q'Mnlley's Hall on Monday evening, the 6th inst., A.liout.50 couples attended- and spent a most enjoyable 'time. The TfaH iras beautifully decorated far the 'occasion, rnd the 'greatest credit is due to the mania te, Mr. Laing, who ijlayed in liis usual brilliant and talented style. ? Peak Hillites were conspicuous t-y I tlioiv absence. ? . I The dresses worn by the ladies frere; ? .:as follows : — ?: ' ' H ISI-s. Williams (TV-ningley), black iatai ind H :iiink roses. . '' ?? ? Mis. Best, Cream ailk. ? Mr. EeUly, Black. ? JTis. Paton, Grey. ? Mrs. Miidden,TaTm. . ,, ? ? Mre. P. McAtamnoy, While sufe. v I Mrs. J- Molff, Cream silk skirt, blue blouse. ? I Mrs. Fergustoa, Black. - '. ' ? I&b. BTenzies, Cream flfflcj ? Mrs. Ashby, Clack aud white. ? Mrs. G. Tattereall, Cream and heliotrope. , ? Mis. Woodley, Floral muslin. ? Mrs. W. Norris, Black drirkred blouse, ? Mrs. WygoM, Fawn' and bla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

Sydney Sights. Visitors to the city ?will have nothing to complain about in the shape of quantity and quality at the- evergreen Cyclomnm. Besides the exciting and life-like battle scene there is a host of attractions including our old friend Daphne in a new -md niawlleous role. The Magicians Cave, described a* a Marvel in Magic, and quite a number of interesting eights, not last nmong them b'ng a now cine matograph with all new films. A Torpid Liver AND ITS USUAL SYMPTOMS, PALPITATION, DYSPEPSIA, BACKACHE, &c Another Remarkable Cure The Case of WJr. C. KERR. (FOB THE ' LEICHHARDT STAMDiRO.') There are certain matters in which tb« interests of city and suburban residents are intimately bound up together, and then include such at Mr. George Kerr recently spoke about when interrogated by our re porter. 11 We are all brought to the same level n'lien sickness falls upon us,' said Mr. Kerr,' when seen at 101 Foster-street, Leiclihardt, whore he has been living for the past six tee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

ISsiiiipissg i- The One ' 1§ '?'{?' Thing 1 I Needful- I' 1 Tq-make JL i Worth I Heaven's Gate In a -North Queensland town a clergyman died suddenly, and in order to notify that tho Sunday service could not be held, an inspired parishioner tacked on the church door this notice : — ' No servico this Sabbath. Rev. J. Me ? left for Heaven's Gate at 1 a.m. this morning.' Imagine the horror of the flock on arriving at the church to see under tho above a second notice reading thus : 'Heaven's Gate, 6 n.uiv Mac; not yet arrived. Getting anxious.' Indigestion and Heartburn. ANOTHER SUCCESS FOR- BILE BEANS; Grateful mossagos from past suf ferers from various ailments arising from the disordered condition of the liver, are continually coming to hand, and prove conclusively that as a per fect liver medicine, Bile Beans stand unrivalled. *' My hasband was trou bled with indigestion,' says Mrs. G. Willoughby, of Buckland Street, Alex andria, Sydney. ' After a meal Ihb food would lie heavy ofe. h...

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

.SALVATION ARMY. Peak Hill, Sunday 2.30 (Children's meeting) 7.30 (public meeting,) Tues day 7.30. ? Cottage meetings as au nounced.-^-MatthewB1 Hall. McPhail, Sunday 7 'a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. ^Friday's 7.30 a.m. (Holli ne6S nieetuig.-^-G. M. Riion, . Lieut iu charge, J,-. J-. Gibbons, Lieul\

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. SUNDAY, 19TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

Church Services. ? SoifDAY, 19TH AritlL. ANGLICAN: Washington 11 a.m., McPhail 3.30 p.m., Peak Hill 7.30. Rev. J. H. S. Oldham. ROMAN CATHOLIC : . Mass second Sunday in each month WESLEYAN: Kadina 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Grimmett. Peak Hill 7.30 p.m.— Mr. A. Watts. McPhnil 1 1 a.m. — Mr. F. Fwaer. .-,» ? 7.30 p.m.^llev. Huggart, B. A

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

We are requested to state that the laBt days are now announced by adver tisement for .tlie sale of tickets in the Eight Hours' 47th Annual Great Art Union,. to be drawn in Melbourne on the 6th Maj, the proceeds from which ore in aid of the Hospitals, and Public Charities. All applications for tickets sent direct ? to the representative, Mr. Theo. W. Heide, 312 Flinders-street, Melbourne, must roach him on or befjjj'e : the ' date of drawing. The tickets lire only One Shilling each, and they _giye purchasers a chance to win any of tlio 140 valuable prizes, the first of which is £1,000, or 12 Months' Trip round the World, and £600 in cash . We are asked to direct attention to the advertisement in this issue.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

WHAt ABOUT — HATS ? Auctioneers, Land, Mining k Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. LAND, STOCK, STATION and General gotntnission flflent LOANS NEGOTIATED. Note address—' Old Commonweal Office.' TO PARENTS^ A NYONE desirous of sending their J\. children to SCHOOL from the COUNTRY can have comfortable - home, opposite Public School and Convent. Terms for children under 12 years, 6e per week. Apply — OiTICE THIS PAM5B, Seed Wheat. MARSHALL'S NO. 3. PURPLE STRAW. DART'S IMPERIAL. SMART'S EARLY. CLUYER'S EARLY. BAROOTAWONDER. RATTLINB JACK, In Any Quantity* Direct from South Australian Farmers. ' Good Reliable Seed, true to Name. ..r. For quotations apply to — .'??.' THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' CO-OP., SOCIETY, Ltd., 343, 345 Sussex Street, Sydney. LOST. ONE Bay Horse, branded TN nenr shoulder, star on forehead, one white hind foot. A reward of 10s will be paid to any person furnishing par ticulars of whereabouts of the above to W. L. NEWBIGGING, or Office this Paper. Mr. T....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forbes Annual Races. (From the Parkes Champion.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

Forbes Annual Races. (From the Parkes CJiampion.) The following a*e the nominations for the principal events : — Town Plate. Fireclay, .King Pin, Peer, Neibel, Air Motor, Firewater, Pelissier, ? Ber wick, Graceton, Noble Lady, Silver Forest, Ben, Dromedary, Dunure, Crick, Yarragal, Mechlin and Pactolus. Fobbes Cnr. Fireclay, King Pin, Peer, Neibel, Air Motor, Firewater, Pelissier, Grace ton. Noble Lady, Standby, Silver Forest, Ben, Dromedary, Dunure, Crick, Yarragal, Winolin'b, Mechlin, Trichord and Pactolus.

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