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Applications for Seed Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

Applications for Seed Wheat. Mr. T. I. Cambell, General Secre tary of Farmers' and Settlers' Associa tion has been instrumental in having several applications for sood whoat:and fodder, which had beon previously refused by the Government, reconsi dered with satisfactory results to the applicants. This was in response to a -TCinlimat -FiYim +lin 'P nni! R &RQru*. Jif. Condobolin. As sevoral of those who applied for seed wheat and fodder in this district consider that they have not had just treatment at the hands df tho .Department, it would-be well if they laid their case before the local F; and S. Aseoc. ' Their complaints could then be forwarded to the Executives, and no doubt good would result Mr. Campbell has promised that where an application receives the endorsomont of a branch of the F. Rnd S. Assoc, he will do all in his power in the in terests of the applicant. The local Member also could bo approached ?who would doubtless use his influence on behalf of any not recei...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVIII. SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 April 1903

Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCniD. CHAPTER XVIII. SOME T.EA1U.VO QUEST1ONB. 'What ?%l^ oid say was in seeming pxplanation-()f )wr previous sentence, 'It *ns not the. same oM m«n I hnd seen on the doorstep, and whilo I wns looking at him I became nwiira of Bome one leaving the house and pass1 ? fiing me on the road uphill. Of course this ended my iRterest in what went on witnin, ana turning as quiciuy n» I could I huii'ied into the mad nud followed the ehndow I could just per ceive disappearing in the woods abovo ? me. I wns bound, gentleman, as you ?see, to fdllow out my. ..adventure to tho ©nd. But my task now Tieoamo very difficult, for the moon wan high and shone down upon the road-eo distinctly ?that I could not follow the person be fore me as closely as 'I wished without running the risk of being discovered 'by him. I therefore trusted more to my ear than to my eyo, nnd as long as I could hear his steps in front of me I Vas satisfied. But presently, as we turned up this very hill,...

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

Hospital Committee. The UBual monthly meeting 'was held nt the Council Chambors on Thursday evening the 9th inst. '? . The President, Mr.' H.: N. Gibson, occupied the chair, and there were present in addition Messrs. CampeyY Freeman, and Miles. Tho minutes of the previous meet ? ing were duly confirmed. Correspondence. From Deputy Postmaster General re Telephone system to be inaugurated between the Hospital arid the Medical Officer's and Chemist's residences— Re-., ceived; : -' . .. ? ?From Miv-JBouter reminding ? the. ^Committee o&their. promise to ?helpith~e'' Social -OemMttee wifh-iKeif Easter Social in consHeratiou of- their tidving given over St., Patrick's night to ffie Hospital. '. -.-?;?' Mr.- Campey moved, seconded ; by. Mr. Miles, that :- a written notice be sent to each meiribBr of the Committee asking them to help- in every posiible way — Carried. . ? With ref eronce to : the dates of future meetings, it was resolved that they be held on either Tuesday or Friday ...

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

Omission. We regret that the names of the following ladies were inadvertantly omitted from the list attending the, McPhail Social on the evening of the 6th inst. : — Mrs. Crozier, Black with black satin trimmings. Mrs. Reilly, Black, with creme satin trimmings. Mrs. J. Norris, Floral muslin and   pink roses. Mrs. P. Croft, Black. Miss K. McAtamney, Creme silk, 'blue trimmings. ?Miss Heart, White ?with pink trim mings. Miss Norris, Pink with cremo trim mings.       Miss M. Norris, White with blue trimmings. Miss Burguonner, Blue with cream satin trimmings.

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Ode to the Owing. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Ode to the Owing. The man who pays his little bills As fast as they come in Is pretty sure before he dies The worlds regard to win. He chnxms jt by his prompt .response To creditors' appeals, And helps its progress, since he helps To lubricate the wheels. If you, perchance, ten dollars ovre To Knight, and Knight owes Day An X, and Dny owes Robinson The same — then, if you pav. Your ten may cancel all throe debts, And maybe many more, Aad possibly come' back again To where it was before. So when your little bills come in, Just pay them the same day,' They won't grow any smaller In a week's or month's delay. Help out your creditors, in short, As much as you can do, Then they can pay their little bills And maybe big ones, too.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XVIII. SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Agatha Webb. THE TURTLE ORCHID. CHAPTEE XVni. SOME LEADING GiUESTIOSS. Ker eyebrows went up and the delicate cmve of her lips was not with out menace as ah« said : 1 You hate me, Mr. Sweetwater. Do rou wish me to tell these gentlemen why?1 The flush which, notwithstanding tikis peculiar young man's nerve, in Htnnilv frintKnnpd Ins f^ntiirPR. trns ft surprise to Frederick. So waB it to tho others, who saw in it a possible hint as to the real cause of his per sistent pursuit of this j'oung girl which they had hitherto ascribed entirely to his love of justice. Slighted love makes some hearts venomous. Could this ungainly fellow have once ioved and been disdained by this bewitching piece of unreliability ? It was a very possible assumption, though Sweetwnter's blush was tho only answer he gave to her question, which nevertheless had amply served its turn. To fill tlie gap caused by his silkice, Mr. Sutherland made an effort and addressed her himself. * ' Your conduct,' said he ' has not...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

WHAT ABOUT JACKSON'S V J ? . ?-. „?/? ? ? \**r. .-.,,- ? -* HATS ? &. 91. gifaon Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. SI 3-. Oxfey- 1AWD, STOCK, STATION and General Commission JlgciU. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Note address — 'Old Commonweal Office.' Seed Wheat. MARSHALL'S NO. 3. PURPLE STRAW, .DART'S IMPERIAL. SMART'S EARLY. CLUYER'S EARLY, BAROOTAWONDER, RATTLING JACK, In Any Quantity. * Direct from South Australian Farmers. Good Reliable Seed, true to Name. For quotations apply to — ''TEE PARMERS1 & SETTLERS' CO-OP., SOCIETY, Ltd., 3-1 3, 345 Sussex Street, ' -Sydney. LOST\ ~ ONE Bay Horse, branded TNmear shoulder, star on. forehead, one white hind foot. A reward of 10s will he paid to any person furnishing par ticulars of -whereabouts of the above to W. L. NEWBIGGING, or Office this Paper. iTx mm, m.h.r., ?will .address the Electors of Canoblas, ? on' tlio work1 of the past SESSION OF THE FEDERAL PARUAMEKT. as follows': — ' TOMING...

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Grass out Back. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Grass out Back. (From the Dubbo Liberal.) Nothing more romarkable has occur red during the gradual breaking of the Kvent drought, which appears to be in progress, than tho flush of grass in parts of the far western country. Mr. Wil liam Drown,, a well-known traveller in the west, showed us some grass tlie other day that had been cut on Noco leehc. a widely-known station on the Paroo, between WUcannia -and Hun gorford. The bundle of grass was ,six feot long, the stems wcra delicate' in texture, and the seeding -very rich. Somn 2'astorali.sts have cut broad areas of tho great growth for liny, and tunne useful resewes of fod der are being atornd up. Mr. Brown describes tho state of tho country be tween Coolabah and Byrock as mngnifi - G-mt. Be hns travelled the district for 2'J years, wnd has never previously soen such feed there. Tho country respond ed to tho ttirciner rains with marvellous celerity, and what was drifting dust ?when the -.weather broke became a wav ing meadow in tlie ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Editorial Notes. By reference ;to tb!e half yearly report of the Peak Hill Proprietary Company appearing in. another column, it will be. seen that for the.paBt six months 1400 tons of ore have been put through, the battery for a return of 459oz6. The quantity of .tailings treated by- the Cyanide process iwas 1750 tons which VlclU^U 3.U.CUZB. XUblUg CUU tlWlitgO quantity of (tone at say 1.575 tons it will show a return of between eleven and twelve dwtsper. ton. This must be:regarded as most satisfactory, and should be conclusive proof of the exiB tenco. still -of payable gold in .the hill. The property, no doubt needs but opening up when it is quite pos sible better returns may be forth coming. Of course the gold secured was of an extremely low grado, Btill it is payable, in addition to whieh there is always a chance of striking some thing bettor. It should, therefore, be sufficient inducement for prospectors to try the various vantage points when there is every probability of good a...

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TOMINGLEY LEASES. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

TOMING-LKY I.11A.SES. (To the Editor l'eak JTill Impress) Sir, — I notice by jour issue of the 3rd inst., a person signing hiitmolf '* JIavoo ' is pleased to tstate tliat '' There is a valuable property utTom ingley adjoining' Crowliurst'w, wliich hns been held for over 1' mouths without a 6troko of work being done.' Now Sir. tke only lease adjeining aissertioa that it lias not boon worked for a period of 12 months is absolutely untrue. I have had the full comple ment of 'men employed, required by tho labor conditions, until WoeLed for -the xrant of witor. I have at the pre jsont time no less thau nix men work ing. Further, more money has been epent in connection with tho property ? — erecting machinery, &c, than what it took to possibly build tho whole of 'To'uingley. Sometime ngo, nt tho instigntion possibly of 'Havoc,' lw-- leases were cancelled. Were they taken up and 1 -worked ? 'Nol Tho gronud is now pormitted to lie idlo and the ?Govern- ment is thus robbed of the ren...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Local and General. Mr; Brown— 4lie; Federal Member for Conoblas, speaks on Monday next. One of the Nurses at the Dubbo Hospital has contracted Tvpoid fever. Oondobolin seat at the last election has, in addition to liis Sydney business, opened a branch store atWaverley. It is pretty certain. that Mr. Stewart will again be a candidate at the next elections. There are 141,000 Masonic Lodges in the world; with' twenty-two million members. Mr. P. and the 'Misses. Beasley re turned to Harvey Park last week after their tour of New .Zealand, Tasmania, &c. There are 913 names on the Roll, of persous entitled to vote in connection with the election of theMolong Pastures Protection Board. Mr. William Beach at one time Champion Sculler of the world has lately been employed as Ganger of some Relief Works near Sydney. The Town Hall at Narromine has been completed. The irrigation plant erected by Mr. Watters on the Sogan ,has proved a great success. Though only in. a small -way the re sult...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Original Correspondence. [WV'e onr colnmnK arc at all times npen for th '. puhlii'ation of matter calculated to bo of interest tf) our readers, we do not ne cessarily identify ourselves -with the ?opinions espreEPLil under tuie heading.]

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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Mining. No change of any importance has taken place at the deep lead. The three claims— Prospectors, McAidifEe and party and Tuckwell and party, are all energetically working. The latter, in order to expedite operations, have erected a whip.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Sydney Sights. Visitors to the city will have nothing to complain about in the Bhape of quautity and quality at the evergreen Cycloraraa. Besides the exciting and life-like battle Bcen« there is a host of attractions including- our old friend Daphne in a new and marvlleous role. The Mugicians Cave, described as a Marvel in Magic, and quite a number of interesting sights, not last among them bing a now cine matograph with a!! njw films. Debility & Dyspepsia A Long Time of Suffering. THE RIGHT REMEDY A7TER MANY FAILURES. Tha Case of tyre. E. rilRIS3!l. (BT A SYDNEY REPORTS ) The value of expert kiiuwlKilge in tho various pursuita of lifo is reuliiy admitted by ilia. Kiiima Harrison, of No. 19, Little Ulooinfiel.i-alreet, Surry Hills, who staled to our reporter that liy occusiounl practical ?sympathy and iulclligeut heJp we mar greatly assist our neighbour!, aud promote tlie prosperity of the ilistreuaed. Continu ing, Mr«. H&riison raid :-— vl am thankful for what my pa...

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Back Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Back Country. Mr. Jas. Hand, who some weeks back travelled bis horses to the Nyngan district in search of grass, returned to town on Tuesday last. - He. gives a most glowing description of the coun try, and informs us that for miles and miles beautiful luxuriant grass exists in many places, exceeding T feet in heie'lit. Not alone to the naddocks is this splendid feed confined, foi; the various etock routes are equally well clothed. Never has he seen such grass. When he left six weeks ago his horses were in a terribly low con dition, but the majority are now roll ing fat.' They have been. depastured, on the different, Stock Routes only, and have cost the owner absolutely nothing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

Schnapps JL Substitutes. » MUNICIPAL MSTBICT OF PEAK HILL. — — *- — — . . ... ? .. ' ' -. ''-',?? . . h A BSTRACT of RECEIPTS end DISBURSEMENTS for the Half-year ended 4th August, 1902, for Genornl.and J\, Special Accounts under Municipalities Act, and for others at dates shown under respective heads, comprising *U Current Accounts under contsol of Council. .' ' ? ' ' ''?'''? J ri i ICommonn Ac General u^.toJuna Totali. Account. 30i 1902 'Dr# £ad£sd£sd£sd To Bank balances (amounts at credit at opening of terms), £3113sl0d; . „ „ , less unpresented cheque, £2 6s 10d. .. ... .-. /. 29 7 0 - i« 16 5 ? 38 3 5 Cash in hand at opening of Jialf-year .. .. ? .. ..... 0 6 0 0 19 3 ? 1 4 3 Revenue — ? . ? .' Rates .. ? .. . 29 2 5 ? 29 2 5 Government grants forroads .. .. .. .. ... 6^16 1 ? 6016 1 Government contributions to recreation ground . . . . . . 5 0 0 ? 5 .0 0 Sales and letting of municipal property or of property under muni . cipal control .. .7 . .. .... 2 15 0 36 14 9 39 9 9 Butch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

CAMBRIDGE C&UB HOTEL, CAS WELL STREET, ? - - - PEAK MILL ,'?'- /-??- 8. 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 Boom. - - - Good Stabling. The Public acquainted with this Hotel know its good reputation, and etraagers 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. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Best in Wll-climbing. Best in speed Best in honest value. We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, and Professional. Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited,' 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. GfRRINGTON .-. HOTEL, Oaswell Street, Peak Hill. 'YTT'ISHES to notify the Public of Peat Hill and Surrounding District that he is eunyi VV on4he above well-known Hostlery, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

'What are-the Wild Wares Saying?' j 00 TO , . Jacksons! r- ? -? . ' ]1 I Do You Ever Think of J f . . ?. M \ PRICES! I ?± ? ^__ ? ;I

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

?, They My. ? '???5 .-?? 5Jtta|. ^jgmnkB'Vf irere prettj com moi Sn ^ow4;ou Suuday lost. , ; 'rujit tiiis looks hadion anv day, but on tlie Wabbatli it is specially unbe- ~ 1 coming. Tliat a revivnljii tlio mining indus Tliat there are now 6 reef s going over ~| lozper ton. * | That money iB as si*roe at Peak '4 Kill as is work. ' Jl ^Tliat the 'bridge ovorthn B'bgaii, at f| Buigandraminie badly ro^uires rei)air- ?M ing. 1 v ; ^ J That yflien nn accident happens M there, the fatter will doubtless be at- 1 tended to.-,-.. . . 'a ? t ' ? ' ' ? ' . m Tlmt two of our business men have 's ?gone to seeii -'pastures new.', ' m TJmt ltdr.: Bennhy of Ha^rey fark is f looking wel^l after hie trip:' g That according to the lloloiig - A Express the male population of Bourk* J spend tlieir time in enruing'tho drought, 'f getting married, and rearing large f families. '?' ' : M ? ^ Thnt to reject an idea because it is ^ new is bigotry and ignorance. -, H That, the sitting of the sLand Board | at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 April 1903

^— -fZ/UJS-BUKH- ^. /A SOOTH 'NO HA1.M & t«B«OCATION.^ it practically tlic nnly uintmeut in Australasia cntirrlv irec from animal (alb and mineral*. Zam-huk la purely vegetable and will be ? (-»inri a certain riire (cit Cut*, Burnt, BolU, Bruis-s. Kunnint: Sore«v Piles, Kcz'ema, Barcon, Kin^worin, PimplC5t islBCkhends, Kheumiitiiim.LuinhBgu.Sdalin.Cliiipped and Cracked Hands, Chllbmins. Ac. As ? ; . an embrocation Zum-Buk is unequalled. - rrom all mfdiciiic itrniiiirs, I fb per Pot, , nr^irrct frum tlic Znin-iluk Manufacturing ' Cnmpany. 39 I'lu Street, Sydney. . ? :; A Free Sample 'ill be «nit you un receipt uf a penny stamp fnr rcluni poMige. ? ?

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