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Reviewing His Own Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Reviewing His Own Book. The following is how the inimitable John I. Hunt, (known to literary fame -as 'Boondi,' ' Flaneur,' etc.) reviews Ms own book. 'I would like to en list the sympathies and gather in the shekels of my readers for that highly moral, popular, witty, wise and rising young journalist known as ' Boondi.' j\. uanusumi-.1, wen jiriiiuyu uuu illus trated little book called ' Boondi's Book ' has just been published, and is now selling-like hot cross bun.i on Good ^Friday. The author's great wish I believe is to build a man-o'-war to give a start to the new Australian navy, and then die enormously, rich «nd respected by all who knew him, .?and it restsiu a groat measure ?'with the N.S.W. readers to help him to carry out Jiis praiseworthy intentions. The cover .of the book is well worth .twenty times the pi-ice charged, as it contains a splondid photo of .the author. This renders it very desirable to hang in a bedroom in order to in spire religious thoughts, or it could b...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Country Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

A Country Editor. (By '\y. T. Goodge.) It ?was not all beer and ekittlest in a manner, so to speak, 'With the ' Arcliimedenn lever' up at Wattle blossom Creek ; . ,. It was called the ' Western Wombat,' and subscribers had a way Of concluding that the paper's was the last account to pay. Poor old Nibs had run the ' Wombat ' for a dozen yeara or sot And his pen and ink and pastobrush had been ever on tho go 'In the interests of tho district,' as a country paper's must . ? Or the folks won't take the- paper ; but they'll take it then — on trust ! . jPoor old Nibbs ! lie used to tell us how a burglar once broke in To his shikcory little office with a view to steal the tin ! ?But the burglar was so stricken with the poverty he found That he dropped a tear of sadness, and departing left a pound ! Left a sovereign on the table with this note : ' well, here's a start, Which'll show yer as a burglar ain't a cove without a heart ! If yer hears of cribs a-crackin' round this township, think o...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Sydney Sights. Viritoro to tlie city will have nothing to jcorupliiin pbout in V..0 shape of quantity and qnalitr it UaeVeyorsrecn CycloraiDa. Besides tbe exctttng ajai !^-like battle scene there is a host of Wir^Aias inclndiri^ our old friend Daphne in a '-new ead marrlleous role. The '*-31ngicians Cave, acfcribed as a, Itin-el in Jiagicjifmd qtiifccantunbci1 of interesting eights, not last praong them b'mg a now cine jnatogi-aph with nil new film?.

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 — 8 May 1903

*'or Children's Hacking dough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Cd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Severe Burns Relieved. ' Having used your Zam-Buk Oint ment, it is with pleasure I give ny testimony to the efficacy of same,' says Miss Kate Clarke, of High Street, West Maitland. 'I am working in the Maitland Steam Laundry, and was severely burnt with a smoothing Iron. I applied Zam-Buk, and after three applications, my arm was completely healed, thus allowing me to continue working, for which I was very grate ful.' Zam-Buk Ointment will, be found a certain cure for cuts, burns, boils, bruises, running sores, piles, eczema, barcoo, rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, ringworms, pimples, black heads, chapped and cracked hands, chilblains, etc. As an Embrocation Zam-Buk is unequalled. From all chemists and stores Is 6d per pot, or post paid from the Zam-Buk Manu facturing Co., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney. General Debilitation. A PERFECT RESUSCITATION. The Cue of Kirs. A. fiAHKAM. (FOB THE 'TIMES.') It is an indisputable fact that if seiuibk measures are taken in Urns many of the evils to whi...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

f t WHAT ABOUT JACKSON'S ^ HATS ? IK #. gMtfon & -€o., Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. C: S-. Ox/ey, LAND, STOCK, STATION and General Commission fluent LOANS NEGOTIATED. Note address — ' Old CommonTrcal Office.' Whelan & Gilcreest, SOLICITORS, |n : Forbes and Parkes. : ? Mb, M. J. Gilciieest will attend tlie Peak Hill Courts when retained. IMPORTANT Auction Sale. Saturday, 9th_May, 1903. — AT — 'WOODLEIGH,' Near Mingelo. MESSES. H. N. ~GIBSON & Co., have been, favored with instruc tions from JOHN WOODS, Esq., of WOODLEIGH, noar MINGELO, who is leaving the district, to 6ell by PUB LIC AUCTION, on the above date, the wholo of his splendid assortment of Agricultural Implements, Vehicles, Machinery, Furniture. Sheep, &o-, as under: — 1 3-Furrow Stump Jump Plough. . 1 Mnssey-Harris Cultivator. 1 Robinson's Federal Harvester. 1 Hudson Bros.' Winnower. 1 Garden Plough. 1 Cultivator. r. I Pair Bellows, 24 inch. :...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dandaloo. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Dandaloo. (FilOM OUtt OWN OORRESPONBEITT.) All the timber required, is on the ground for tho cohstruction of the Weir over the Bogan at Dandaloo, but a commencement has been delayed through a fresh in tho river. There were nearly three inches of rain from Wednesday to Sunday even ing, Tho weather is now very cold and dull. Roads are almost linpass sable. The mail coaches experience much difficulty in running to time. Mr. P. J. Clara, M.P., addressed about 40 electors in the Eoyal Hotel on Wednesday, 22nd, Mr. P. Gaffney in the chair. The meeting was orderly.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Condobolin Association is to hold its Annual Show in July next - For Chronic Chest Complaints, 'Woods' GreatPeppermint Cure. — Is 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

lib the Editor Peak Hill Express) ' Sir,— Permit jno to offer a -word of trelcome to Mr. W, P; Foulkes, upon his- entry into the lists df controversy in your,- valuable paper, and to express mr_desp regret at hav ing caused him pain, irhioli I can assure you and him, is the lost in my thoughts. No w Sir, I thought on taking «p your last issue, and seeing friend Foulkes' name attached to «o long a letter, that I was in for something good, as X dearly like a good sound argument. up our senses, butloJ I was doomed 'to dis appointment, Friend Poulkes started to pan up my argument, and no doubt with the best of intentions, at one time almost reaching the sublime, viz, whenhe said the\rordpauperstink8 in the nostiils, &c, but allowing himself to be onrried away by his own verbosity, he eventu ally reached the ridiculous, by omitting to give us -&o result of his pan. Dear Foulkes, don't try to be fanny at the expense of an opponent, that is not argument ! All your questions...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Editorial Notes. THE SHOW. On Saturday, the 16th instant, the Committee of the Pastoral, Agricultur al and Horticultural Association will be called upon to decide a matter of the utmost importance, viz., as to whe ther or not the Annual Exhibition is to be held during the current year. As eveyone will admit this ? is a' matter of great moment, for the decision ar rived at will doubtless have an extre melv we&htv boariner on the future welfare of the Society. It is therefore essential that as .large a meeting as possible should be present so that the matter under discussion may -receive the fullest and broadest, consideration. The Committee, .as a whole, is com prised of thoroughly practical men, and the public caa rest assured that the determination arrived at by them will be in the best interests of the Association. Last year the Committee then in power, had a question similar to the one now under review to nego tiate, but,fully recognising the calami tous state into which ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLD AGE PENSIONS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

OLD AGE PENSIONS. (To thefflitor Peak Hill Expretst.) Sir, — A letter from a mysterious and unknown (at least locally) personage of the name of Bruce Hall appeared a few weeks ago in the controversial columns of your paper. Tho ability displayed in the -rounded^ and polished periods in this«ommunication, stamped lie writer as a remarkable one and far above 'the average, and the local critics wore pleased to note the advent of such, a capable scribe in their midst, and hoped that more inspiration from the* same source and of the same calibre would be forthcoming, but qiuintm mulatum ah \Ufo and your correspon dent's subsequent letters were com monplace! and of a different stamp like a swiftly travelling comet, whose effulgence is soon on the wane. He «Boms to havo played himself out with his first effusion, and his hist letter in which he ungenerously goes out of his way to insiJlt the -old age ponsiouer ia one of the most illogical and incoherent communications that I have read for ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Local and Gieneral. The' ?went, -after many delays of a more or less extended character, is .at length complete, . ' ' An additional £100 has been granted to Peak Hill from the Lord Mayor's Belief Fund. This was in response to an appeal made by our worthy Mayor during his recent trip to Sydney. A serious outbreak of typhoid has occurred at Cobar. .' Our recently appointed P.M.^r-Mr. Oslear — is receiving severe censure at tiie hands of Hie Condobolin LaMander. According to that journal the manner in which he conducts his business should be laid before the Minister for Justice. A treat for Wednesday next — the Parkes Junior Minstrels at -Matthews' Hall in aid of the local Hospital. - ; The half time school at Harvey Park is to be closed. Last week the Inspector — Mr. Con nelly — visited and inspected the vari ous schools throughout the district. We understand that the local-school maintained .the high reputation to which it has attained. On Monday the 27th, there is'to be a pigeon ma...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COST OF GROWING WHEAT. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

COST OF GROWING WHEAT. (To tlu Editor Peak Hill Expi-ets.j Sir,— The Farmeis' and Battlers' Association spent immense care and thought in putting together all the items that 'constitute the cost of put ting in and taking off a crop of wheat.' If they thought of Items which Mr. Griinmet overlookedt, it will be no loss accept and include in his future .calcu lations. Mr, !Grimmett .holds an im mensely important and honorable posi tion as Government Appraiser, repre senting the practical farmers, in con junction with Mr, Maitland, licensed surveyor, who ' values in the interests of the Land-Lord- Authorities. If his own class— -the farmers — seek to sup plement Mr. 'Grimmett's difficult.' com plicated and arduous work, he ought to take it rather as welcome assistance instead of antagonism. Now if we were dealing with Mr. Maitland, the Landlord's barrister, the Appraiser's attitude would be quite understandable, but, I must confess I cannot compre hend why Mr. Grimmett, the farmer's Cou...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATESTTELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

LATESTTELEGRAMS , [BtWiee.] The Victorian railway employees are firm: At the Cabinet Meeting yester day, the men were given till the 1 2th to comply with the orders, Parlia- ment will be. called together. on tho 13th inst. . 8,375 -bales of Australian wool and t-,%*yi Aural lutiu, ~ivt-rc Biiuuimijeu tit London yesterday, ' Merino par to 6 ?per cent, rise, fine crossbred' 5 to -7, ' half-coarse crossbred 10 per cent. rise. The King has returned to England. He received splendid ovations at Ports mouth arid London. ? r : Kingston, at a well attended meet ing iu the Town Hall last-night, spoke strongly against the Sydney press. Tlie rain is general overthe State as far west as the Darling. - ., The Afrikander bond unanimously condemns any- ^soati-ibution to the cost .of the recent war on the part of Cape Colony. '??? /' '? A-eevere earthquake has occurred at Derbyshire, England.

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Original Correspondence. fWhilo our columns lire at all times open for the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne cessarily identify ourselves -srith the opinions expressed under this heading.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

— ? —^m Does ifWaslvfj 1 GET IT AT ? w;-3ff V: ' ' ' ' ' ?'?v ? ? '.'-??''? .w%l

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

OUR RU6S & BLANKETS { '.Are Worth Watching 2 SAYS . Jacksons!

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

KP^ayT '-v '^ifcltfcero is a splendid shoot of ? of grass oft the Common, That the'6aid shoot 'almost' furnish ed a: mco picking for some hungry- ? looking sheep the oilier day. Thotof Ibourseilie Commoners were immeiisely: pleased, and passed eome extremely: «omplimentafy remarks about.the^Cominon Eoneeji That the Commoners watch their . *? giass as jealously as does an M. P, his * £25 per month, and free Eailway Paaa. 'i Thnt the School of Arts has now fin ally fizzled out. That this too in spite of Unj-iwaTO i efforts of Secretary Potts. That oven a Bant Manager has his limit of endurance. ' That the town is not aware of the loss it has sustained, in losing a School of Arts. ' That the noise of the Battery is sweet music to many an ear. That the action -of the Proprietary Coy,, in importing their lahor, as uni versally condemned locally. That surely, in Peak Hill, there are' sufficient men out of employment, from whom to choose. y That Forms ore scarce at -the Kadina Public Schoo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, * ..- PMAK HILL «,-- 8. W. SWAIN, - - Proprietor. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THROUGHOUT, I ^First-class Billiard Koom. - ~ Good Stabling. I The Public acquainted with this Hotel know its good reputation, and I strangers 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 funning. Best in strength of frame, | I Massey-Harris Bicycles. [ Best in hill-climbing. . ! Best in speed. ; Best in honest value. We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, ami Professional. Canada Cycle & Motor Co., JLiniited, ' 357 George-st*, Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. CARRINGTON .'. HOTEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. TTTISHES to notify *he Public of Peak H311 and Surrounding District that he is carryi W on the above well-known Hostlcry, and hopes to meri...

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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 8 May 1903

Gazette Notices. The following Gold Leases have been ? cancelled for the non-fulfilment of labor conditions ?: — ' . ? G.L.' 7, County Narromine, Parish Mingelo, area 6 acres, D. P. O'Eeeffe ?-(Bobby Burns). M.T.S. 131 and 132 T. F. Frazer, . County Narromine, Parish Mingelo, -area 2 acres 2 roods (Great Eastern). For the non-payment of rent due. M.L. 1, J. .Robertson and others, ?'County Kennedy, Parish Albert, area 40 acres, .(at the Albert Waterholes). The following areas will become 'available on the 4th of June next for Conditional Purchase: — County Narromine, Parish Burra dine, area 81 acres 2 roods and 169 ?acres. Price per acre £i 10s and £2 per acre respectively. '_'''. ' ; 'Salo oi Improvement Leases at* Oondobolin on the 3rd of June next, - aggregating 24,335 acres -within the Leasehold area of Burrawang. Sale of Improvement Leases at Dubbo on June 4th 1903 aggregating I£,400 acres -within Turatnnngamine 3feteXea«eiold. '

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