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Police Court. FRIDAY, 8th MAY, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 May 1903

Polifee^Gourt/ FEIDAY, 8th MAY, 1903. (Before' tlie P.M., Mr. Oslear, and Messrs Gibson and Matthews, Js.P)- John Casey, arraigned on a charge of being of unsound mind was remanded to Forbes. John Murray aud a man named Egnn, ' charged with using obscene language^ wore each fined £3 and costs, with the alternative of 2 months in Forbes 'gaol. ..'-..- Jackson and Jackson v Margaret Banks. Mr. T. Pearce, of Parkes, for the Plaintiff. Defendant was not represented by Counsel. This wns an interpleader action brought by Plaintiffs against Ddefen daiit in connection with certain pro perty now hold by her,- which had been taken under execution by virtue of warrant issued on March the 6th last. From evidence adduced it appeared biitil* a, vuiuu.lt U.UAI. UUUU UUUlUMrU UV Messrs. Jackson and Jackson against Joseph Banks. Acting upon this ver dict a writ of execution had been issued, and the Bailiff had taken possession of a certain Mining Tenement in Derri bong Street, together with building...

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 — 15 May 1903

LATEST TELEGRAMS ['By 'Wire.] The Victorian Parliament met yes» terday. .There was a strong speech by the Premier* legislation is pro posed, to make the striking of state employees illegal. It' is opposed by Labor Members. The leader of the Opposition enthusiastically supports the Government. There is a strong substantial majority behind the Gov ernment. Another manifesto lias been issued from strikers-to the public. It had ;been interpreted as a eign t-f weakness, the opportunity was taken of stating that the strikers intended to remain as firm as ever. The Chief Mechanical Engineer states that 18 drivers have returned to duty. The English press is giving much prominence to the strike. The House of Commons last night agreed to a reduction of the Income Tax from 15d in the £ to lid. The Stevedores strike at Valparaiso is spreading. The police recently fired on the strikers, killing and wounding twelve. Three plague rats havo been found in Sussex Street since Monday last.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COMING CONTEST. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 May 1903

THE COMING CONTEST. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.} Sir, — It has become a common thing to read in the columns of the Expkess, that this gentleman -or that gentla man lias docided to contest the Condo bolin Electorate nt the next^election. Such announcements as these must make our old friends — the Labor Party — smile, for in them they see what must bring them victory — the splitting ; of opposition votes. Ju the face oi such a possibility is it not tiino that those who are opposed to tiie rule of tho CPSrfe-McGowen gang began to organise, began to put into operation some 6cliome of selecting a candidate to run in their interest in the coming contest. Lot it bo thoroughly under stood that t'uo only chance of defeuiing the liabor Candidate, is by opposing him with ono man only. Ijet 'us sink our personal opinion in the selection of our candidate; but having selected him, give Kirn a whole hearted support. The Labor Party do this with- .great success, and are wo not as intelligent ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 May 1903

WE8LEYAN: Eladina 3 p.m., Peak Hill 7.30 p.m. Rev. T. -Noethcott.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 May 1903

Original Correspondence. i[ While our columns .'ire at all times open for the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do uot ne cessarily identify ouraelvcs with the opinions expressed under this heading.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 May 1903

Piles Permanently Cured.— BILE B^ANS ARE THE SUF F JEER'S FEIEND. As an illustration of the wonderful efficacy of Bile Beans in curing the woret CSS3S of Piles after many other treatments have failed, we quote the following case of Mr. Geo. Guerney, of Meeks Rd., Marrickville, Sydney. This gentleman says : — *' About four years ago I suffered considerably from Piles brought -on by Constipation. The misery I experienced was -avfuL I could not sleep, lost all appetite, aud became terribly unfitted for work. Tlie pain I experienced wns terrible and kept me up half the night, trying different expedients to gain temporary relief. To sit down was out -of the question, -and moving about was almost as bad. 1 consulted a doctor, who pre scribed medicine which relieved me while taking, it, but tho Piles again reta-ruod after leaving it off. It was then I decided to give Bile Beans a trial, and I have gre'at pleasure in informing you that tho, first few doses afforded me groat relief, and I ha...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 May 1903

School Picnic The annual picnic in connection with the local Public School, took place in the school grounds on Friday last. As in the past this function, under the capable control of Mr. Ray, proved a huge success. Everything went off pleasantly, and the little folk appeared to enjoy themselves immensely. The catering was in the able hands of our local bakor — Mr. Schmidt, to -whom every thanks is due for his kindly oTfir to carry out the whole of the baking free of charge. In addition to the staff of Teachers, Mesdames Taylor, Bryant, Lnmpo, ?O.impoy, Stanford, and Brodie, and th'3 Misses Bryunt, Tregaskis, Ling and Hjdda rendered material service, and helped in many ways to make tne day as ?enjoyable as possible to the little ones. A spocinl word of praise is duo to Mrs. Ray for her untiring efforts on behalf ? of the children. She had worked assiduously for a considerable time prior to the picnic attending to matters of detail, and it wns largely due to her eid that the affair r...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 15 May 1903

THE LABOUE PARTY. /To the Editor 1'i'itk Hill Express. J Sir, — I 'would like, with your per mission/to open a debato through the columns of your paper on a retrospect of the Labor Party, since their advent ' into politioF. This Sir, is a very broad question, one in which all are equally interested, and one which requires our deepest study. The time is fnst ap proaching when we will be again cal led upon to record our votes, and as there is a very largo number entitled now to the franchise, who were not previously entitled, I think the time is opportune to discuss the question. I suggest that we deal with it as a de bate, as being : — 1. The best means of giving every one a chance to have a word, as the more diverse the opinions or arguments used, the greater the hope of a good result. 2. That as we are equally interested, so wo should be entitled to equal con sideration, and less possibility of strong party feeling being exhibited. 3. That in debate we should discuss the point at l...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XIX. POOR PHILEMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

Agatha Webb. THE PUSPLE ORCHID. . CHAPTER XIX. POOR PUILEMOX. But he soon saw that it \rns the fellow who had been following his eon ull the way from Fortchester, and con trolling his first movement of dislike he stepped up to him and quietly Bdid : 'Swoetwater, is this you V The young1 man fell hack and showed a most extraordinary agitation, quickly , suppressed however. 'Yes, sir, it is no one e}se. Do you know what I nni doing here ?' 'I fear I do. You have been to Portcheeter. You have soon my json — ' Swoetwater made a hurried, almost fin entreating gesture. 'Never mind that, Mr. Sutherland. I had rather'you wouldn't say anything about that. I am as much brokeu up by what I havo sceii as you are. 1 never suspected him of having any direct oonnection with this murder : only the girl to whom ho has so unfortunately attached himself. But . after what I have seen, what am I to think ? whnt am I to do ? I honour you ; I would not grieve you ; but — but — oh, sir, perhaps you cau ass...

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 — 22 May 1903

INFLUENZA. ITS PEEVENTION AND CUBE. ?J ', J Influenza only E 40&k a seizes upon those fflllr^^^^K X whose systems |jf|[&(9dX, | have become run 'fflJU^^xJH \\ rdown and weak rffHP'{ ?'' ?«! : ened. Those who '?'**!*» l| jS of condition snap -Ss!§r/ Jr^ H£ their fingers at it. {/ ^liaiiaA Liver chill, .colds, V attacks of shiver ing, and similar ailments have one : common origin, namely, a debilitated condition of -tiie body. Wfieu the supply- of energy is adequate, the pulse vigorous, the digestion good, colds and chills cannot get a hold. Once the vi tality becomes lessened, tho evils just named creep in. BILE BEANS will keep the 1x-dy in the ,' pink of cond ition.' They act directly upon the liver, and end that cause of so many ailments,— Constipation. They stimu late -the circulation, improve the diges ?tion, ? and ^increase the energy -of the whole system, as witness the following case of Mr. W. Tindale, of 2& Little West Street, Darlinghurst, -Sydney. Th...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bogan Gate. (Received too late for our last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

Bogan Gate (From a Correspondent.) (Beceived too^ late for our last Issue.) Haste! haste! let me take up my pen and write something about the great /and joyful proceedings which have just transmognined our usually quiet village into a place of festal aspect. We have had the great and only Owe'Sulliyau himself in his special railway car, and supported by Engineers, Secretaries, and a Butler — no a messenger is more correct; and kept in countenance by the versatile, refined, and States manlike, 'Paddy' Clara. Our honor ed M.H. E. man, 'Tom' Brown, hiked across from his -parental home at Bud gerebong, on Lachlan's banks. Of course an admiring crowd cheered the train on its arrival. Whether these inspirited sounds were meant for the car, the party, or for 'Fred' the guard may fee mentally decided by your Read ers. After the Parliamentary throats had- been washed, a move was made up the line. Mr Lindsay, President of the Bulbodney Eailway League, spoke, and introduced to the notice of th...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Artificial Grasses [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

Artificial Grasses In our report on Eape, of a -couple of issues-back, we mentioned that Mr' Humfroy^of Grenanagie, had fattened. SSaeep tothe acre, This should have read, — 15 Sheep tothe acre. These sheep were earned for 5 months on country sown with-Kape, and it would have been quite possible to have carried them for a much longer period. Fur ther, the paddock in which the Eape was sown, had been previously cropped for something like 20 years, and was of course practically worn out. Writ- '. ing to -us, upon this subject, Mr Hum UroyBayBX — ''In my opinion, Eape ?Isitlie -very best fodder crop that can :be'gTO\vn, as it iB splendid., feed for -6heep, cattle or pigs. It is also an excellent fertiliser, and should be a great boon to Landholders, as it is quite safe to -say, anyone can carry, at least, 10 elieep to the acre for 6 months. In . regard to the paddock upon which I fattened the IS sheep to the -acre, prior' to the sowing -of the Eape, I was only able to obtain a wheat cr...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROPRIETARY MINE. (To the Editor Peak Mill Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

THE PROPEIETAEY MINE. , (To the Editor leak Mill Express) Sir, — My attention has . been drawn to a few ill-natured references made in your issue of May 8th, in dealing with the above. In your '' Local and Gen eral ' information you infer that no local men are employed. This is not true, but apparently is quite true enough for yon- to carry out your sinister ends. . Allow me to remark that your invocation to the Vigilance Committee savours impertinence, and ill-becomes a person filling the position of a public guardian, especially when it is remembered, that our mine is purely a business concern, and is being carried on for the benefit of those di rectly interested in it, according to the judgment of the Directors, in whose hands the shareholders repose their confidence,' I would suggest to the members of the Vigilance Committee, as *hey feel so keenly for the unem ployed, to come forward in another character, and start a mine on -their own account, and instead of like a huge sponge...

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 — 22 May 1903

WHAT ABOUT JACKSON'S ^ HATS ? ¥? Auctioneers, Land, Mining & i Stock & Station Agents, L*.. ? PEAK HILL. ? I ZT. S-. Ox/ey, £;?. LAND, STOCK, STATION £ ?''- and General I r gommission Hmi h LOANS NEGOTIATED. '.'?? - Note address — ' Old Common-weal Office.' t Whelan&Gilcreest, SOLIClfORS, | Forbes and Parkes. &;? Me. M. J. Gilcbeest /will attend the Peaje Hill Courts ' . when retained. NOTICE. Race Committee. A MEETING of members of the u\. above will be held at the Coni ;??? mercial Hotel on Monday evening, tlie 25th inst.. at 8 p.m. W. B. WYNNE, : NOTICE. OWING TO SHEEP MISSING out of the Boseneath paddocks, I hereby give notice that any person or -persons found trespassing, on and after this date, will be prosecuted without V respect to individuals. Poison laid throughout the Estate. E. L. JONES, ; Eosoneoth. May 15th, 1903, !?'; NOTICE, THE PEAK HILL f ANNUAL SHOW, is to bo held on . _ Wednesday & Thursday, 22nd & S3rd July. . .SPE...

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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 — 22 May 1903

OLD S.GE PENSIONS. (To (lie Editor P-eak Mill Express, j Sir, — I have before me Mr. Bruce ^Hall's letters of April 24 *nd May 15. Jn the latter one ho charges ?'Critic'', with a direct and wilful untruth,- in asserting that he insulted the Old Age ^Pensioner in the conxmunication of ?April 24. I stdl assert that the inmn purpose pf this lettor was to prove the Old Age Pensioner was a pauper, and' ?ought to leel rather proud than other-: ?wise of the distinction conferred upon 9iim — o£ having his name .posted in! hotel bars, as one 'to whom refreshments . =are not to be (served. Ho recpieBts -any ; one who has understanding (of -course j that disqualifies 'Critic ') toToadlhis Setter and decide. I am quite satisfied to abide fey their decision, is loot the people of Peak Hill have already de cided and oendemned iis letter. If it -were not apersool insult it would be. an insult to a pensioner's understand' Sng ito think he /night to like this sort ?of tiling. Xti8«. golden *ule of l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Notes. FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOC. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

Editorial Notes. FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOC. The proposition of one of the mem bers, at the meeting of the Farmers' & Settlers' Association, held on Satur day last, to wind up the affairs of the Society, if more support were not accorded, is a matter which should provide serious thought for the 'Man on the land'. The local Branch has now been in existence for some consid erable time past, and has been instru mental in improving, in many ways, the conditions and laws under which the farming community exists. Unfortunately, however, the work has been left to a willing few, who, in addition to the time and labor devoted, have been generally called upon to bear the whole of the cost There is a limit to all endurance, and it would appear that that limit is now being approached to a dangerous degree. If such a step as that contemplated were carried out, it would indeed be serious, for it appears that the lack of interest in the welfare of the Association is not alone confi...

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 — 22 May 1903

COST OF GBOWING WHEAT. (2b the Editor Peali Sill JExpmt.) Sir,— I thank Mr Fletcher for «ie courteous TVaj in ffhioli he hw inflicted bis friendly wounds; Knowing that . .gentleman as I do, I do not, for one . moment, doubt the true spirit o$ Moad ship by trbich'he was actuated in so . 'doing, but his friendly, -wounds beloifg to that category, or order of things, ; that are far more blessed to give than ; to receive. He states that tk« object ?of the Association's action was to sup plement and assist my efforts. Now if this were the motive of the Assoc. why .was that motive sot .definitely stated, or at least' plainly indicated, by She' Association's initial action. That ?action, to my mind, is a niost unusual ?and a most -extraordinary vray of' offering assistance, wndplainly indicates -a spirit distinctly hostile to my official 'work or a most indistinct expression ?on their part to render me nny assis tance. If Mr. Fletcher will consider ?that action carefully, -I am sureit will...

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 — 22 May 1903

Local and General. The annual Show, in connection with the P. A. & H. Association, is to be held on the 22nd and 23rd of July next. 4. Cold weather still continues locally with occasional slight frosts at night. The next sitting of the Dubbo Land Board takes place on the 9th June. Tenders are out for the erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Narro inine. The Gates at the Dubbo Show, yielded £215 for the two days. It is reported that the annual in come of Beecham, the Pill Maker, is £85,000. The Schedule Committee of the . P. A. & H. Association, meets to-morrow. Messrs Haynes Bros' Sheep, : of Home Plains, after travelling about for the past 8 months, were brought home this week. ? In all probability a day's Races will be held immediately nfter the Show. We learn from Mr Potts that all books etc. in connection with the School of Arts have been carefully put away. The Institution will be re opened at an early date. Messrs A. W. Taylor & Co., announ ce, in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

Original Correspondence. fWhile our columns are at all times open for the^puWieatdon of matter oaloulated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne cessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed 'under this heading.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

Rabbits. Mr Stanford, of Mingelp, informs us that the 'Rabbits are rapidly making their reappearance in his. district. In. the interests of the whole farming community, rigid steps should at once be taken to exterminate the pest, now that there is a possibility of doing so.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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