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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 22 May 1903

^HB M ? 3 U K I— ~«^ fit SO)TH:N-1 BALM& E,\IBROCATION,\ is practically llic only ointment in Auttralusia cut ;?:??? free fr.im animal fats and minerals. Zam-iiuk is purely vegetable and will be found a certain cure foi Cuts, Burns, Boils, Bruis s, Runn:ue Sores, Piles, Eczema, Barcoo, Ringworm, Wmples, Blackheads, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciullca, Chapped and Cracked Hands, Chilb'ains, &c. As an embrocation Zum-Buk is unequalled. From all medicine vendors, 1/6 per Pot, or direct from the Zam-Buk Manufacturing Company, 39 Pitt Street, Sydney. A Free Sample will be sent you on receipt of a penny stamp for return postage. A Macilent Wasted System. Thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TONIC. The Case of W|rs. E. WpTON. (lit A LOCAL BEFORTEIl.) Surprise is an inadequate term to deaoriba the feeling with winch such an announce ment; as the following trill be received by the general public ; yet tho actual state of r.;i::jjs which prevailed at No. 68 Moo qimnc-ttreet South, Surry ...

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 — 29 May 1903

OLD AGE PENSIONS. (To the Editor Peak Eill Express. J Sir, — I read with interest, a reply from W. P. Foulkes, in your last issue to a previous letter of miue on the above subject. In my previous letter to friend Foulkes, from a deep appre ciation of his modesty, I took the trouble to write him a kind and father ly letter, giving him a little sound advice ex., among other things particu larly advising him to first marshall his facts. Now Sir, it is not very cheering after going to the trouble of giving advice, to find that it is simply thrown away. I find that friend Foulkes makes use of these words in the letter under notice 'and further he states that it is only right and proper, that as such, the names of each and every one of them, good, bad, and indifferent should be posted in hotels.' This is not a fact but a wilful untruth, but I am charitable enough to bolieve it is unintentional. Again, friend Foulkes says that according to my definition the word, a pension is alms. I say a...

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 — 29 May 1903

THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the Editor Peak HiU Express.') Sir,— Whilst I am in sympathy with the movement of Mr. Bruce Hall, to discuss the above, yet I could have wished that some other gentleman had given it a start. Because I hold that in order to approach the subject, a man should be able to claim that he has a desire to see the condition of mankind improved, and I consider that Mr. Hall's attitude upon the Old Age Pen sion question, to a great extent, dis niinlifios him. TTnmrnvAr fhaf hrr t.li« way. Though I have been closely connected with the Political Labor League movement Bince its inception, latterly I have become utterly dis gusted with the labor crowd, both in and out of Parliament. Mr. Hall says the Labor Party are bringing about Class Legislation, which implies class benefit. Undoubtedly that was, and is their intention, but have they suc ceeded, or more properly speaking are the laws they have brought into force, a benefit to a class ? The answer in part is yes, on *;he w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Local and General. Great preparations are being made for the forthcoming show. The function promises to be a huge success. . . . The schedules will be in circulation within, the next few days. On Friday evening last the mails were not delivered until % p.m., owing to the mail train -having, been delayed at Newbridge, . in - consequence of a landslip having occurred . near that . place. Mr. Colbran, late of Tomingley and McPhail, has purchased an hotel busi ness at Trundle. ;\ ,: The FprbeB Gun Club is arranging for another £100 shoot. '' Mr. Jacob Matthews has 340 acres under crop this year, which look splen didly. It is the universal opinion that crops have never previously looked better at this time of the year. Mr. Clifford of Bullock Creek is offering 5s per acre for the cultivating of his land twice. No teams, however, are available. Mr. W. L. Newbigging's crop of 400 acres, is, like the Test, a' perfect picture. At Genanagie ploughing operations are still being carried on. As ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Original Correspondence. L While our columns are at all times open for the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne cessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this heading.}

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Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XIX. POOR PHILEMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTER XIX. rooR rarLEMO.v. That young gentleman Lad just spo ken to her, or eho had just received something from his hand, for her own was held out and her expression ?WABoneof gratitude and acceptance. She was not a beautiful girl, but she had a beatiful look, and at this moment it waa exhalted by a feeling the old gentleman had once longed, but now dreaded inexpressibly, to soo there. What could it mean ? WHv did she bIiow at this unhappy crisis, interest, devotion, passion almost, for one she Lad regarded with open scorn when it was the dearest wish of his hoRrt to see them united ? It was one of the con tradictins of our* mysterious human hature, and at this crisis and in this moment of secret heart break and miserable doubt it made the old gen tleman Bhrinlt, with bis first feeling of actuaj. despair. , ? The next moment Agnes had risen and they were both facing him. 1'Good evening, Agnes.' Mr. Sutherland forced himself to 'Ah, Frederick, do I ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Mining:. Messrs McAuliffe and Party have raised some 25 tons of wash, from their claim, at the Deep Lead. A start with the crushing of same, at Brodie's Bat tery, will be made on Monday next. Conditions with No. 1, Surplus Gro the Prospectors, remain unchanged. Higher up the lead, Messrs Coleman and Party are rapidly sinking. They are down some 70 ft, having safely passed the drift. Their shaft is securely timbered. At Paddy's Flat, Finlay Fraser and Party are seouring some nice- jwospectsi They are in old workings. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

DANGER IN AJCOLD. Attack ft at the Start Tna Case of MrTp. J. HORCAH. (BV A 8YDNEY BIPOBTKB.) Without going far afield our reporter lately came into contact with a very iprauiical matter :n which we we all in terested. It in commenUd upon by Mr. Patrick John Hrgin, of No. 7 Norman street, Darlinghurat, who for the pait twenty-six years has lived within a stone's throw of his present address. ' You were living in this locality when you experienced a great misfortune, I am told,' queried the newspaper man. ' That is a fact, ' was Mr. Horgan's brisk reply. 'It is several years since I was taken ill through catching a severe cold uue day, and it is really marvellous what » deal of trouble sometimes result* from a ?iinple cause. A nasty hacking cough came ami shook my system terribly, beiides keeping me awake when I ought to have beeu resting. The upshot of it waa that [ lost all my vitality and never felt dis posed to attend to my business aa in former days. I felt so horribly drowsy il...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOMINGLEY. PIGEON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

TOMINGLEY. PIGEON MATCH. A most successful Pigeon match, promoted by Messrs. Eeilly and Staf ford took place at Tomingley on Wedr nesday last. A splendid supply of birds had been secured, with a result that the lovers of this particular 6port were accorded an opportunity of having a real day out. Everything was carried out in first class style, a state of affairs which has become synonymous with the names of J. P. Keilly end H. F. Stafford as promoters. Messrs Baird Perritot, Stafford Junior, and J. Gibson got in some good shooting in the big match. Tho following are the re sults — Handicap Match. There were 31 nominations. On the fth bird, Stafford Junr., 2 nominations Perritot, 2 nominations, and D. E. Baird, 1 nomination, drew L4 each from the stakes, and slf-t on for the balance. Stafford Junr. missed his 9th bird, thereupon Baird, 2 nomina tions and Perritot divide.d Sweepstakes, first miss out. 1st, 15 nominations, divided between C. W. Barnett and D. R. Baird, who each killed...

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 — 29 May 1903

OLD AGE PENSIONS. (To the Editor Peak Rill Express.] Sir, — Would you kindly permit me space-enough to say a few words with reference to the criticisms by Mr. Foulkes and 'Critic,' on Mr. Hall's original letter re the above. I am prompted in doing this, not by any means of entering into a literary con troversy with either of these gentle men, but with the sole object of set ting forth the ideas expressed in Mr. 'Hall's letter as' intepreted by me. At sthe outset be it admitted that X do not set myself up as being more competent of comprehending the substance of a letter than either ' Critic ' or Mx Foulkes, but I must emphatically differ wi& the former.gentlenian concerning the main purpose -of Mr. Hall's letter, in so far as branding the Pensioner as a pauper goes. I am more inclined to - the belief that the letter was written in refutation to others, by -which it was; stated that the Pensioner had a perfect' right to his allowance, Mr. Hall con tending that if this were th...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Old Age Pensions. With reference to a complaint recently made that the police at Peak Hill had been supplying lists of old age pensioners to publicans to be hung up in bars, Mr. Fosberry, .the Insptc tor-General of Police has been supplied with a report dealing with the matter. Tliis is to the effect that certain hotel keepers had been detected supplying liquor to some of the pensioners, two *of whom subsequently appeared before the police court. The hotelkeepers on being spoken to stated they did not know who were pensioners and who were not. To get over this difficulty lists of the names were supplied, but it was never intended that they should be publicly exhibited. It was, in fact, the report states, done with the object of protecting certain of the old people against themselves, as anyone on conviction is liable to have hi3 pension stopped. On tho above facts becom ing known the authorities in Sydney issued instructions that no further lists of names were to be supplied, and if...

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 — 29 May 1903

THE LABOTTR PASTY. (To the Editor Peak Mill Express.) ? Sir, — In your issfte of the 22nd met, I note a column under this heading over the name of Bruce ;Kall, Which. I presume he calculates as his opening of the previously, announced debate. ?\tfell Sir, permit me to premise my re marks by ' the expression of' -a few points which might have been' over* -frtoked by him, judging from his open ing remarks. I fail to see haw xve can discuss the Labor Party in the manner he has started, because it can be shown clearly that he is wishing to pin upon them deeds over which they fiave no control and are not respon sible for. It is hard enough for them to carry their own sins without having the 'other fellows heaped upon their shoul ders, therefore would suggest to him that we alter the heading to' read, '' Labor in Politics, rt which will give ?as a wider scope ,to agree uppli the question of prmciples-Hihe pledged bargain between them and the people. ?JdBO am of opinion he has opened the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

A Sore Point : We nil have grievances, and some of us running -soros. and eczema. Now Z'.iiii-iinlc Ointment for all sores in aa undoubted specific. It cures where other tilings have failed. It contains no liiucral or 0111iu.1l fat, and, whoa usimI, a wound foftls clean and soothed. For itching, blind, and blooding piles, Ziiui-liuk is specially recommended, usoil with perseverance a euro is almost guaran'e J. To get Zaiu-buk well know;), 11 6amplti pot is forwarded to anyone addressing the Z.*iu-huk Coy., 39 Pitt Street, Sydney, and enclosing a pojiny stamp, Aut as above sugges ted, au-.l let Z.uu-buk do tho rest.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, CASWEtL STREET, ; - PEAK HILL - - S.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 Room. - - - . Good Stabling. The Public acquainted with tliis Hotel know its good reputation, and strangers patronising it will be fully satisfied with the result Massey-Harris Bicycles. Hassey-Harris Bicycles. ' The best Wheel ' Best in construction. Best in ease of running. Best in strength of frame. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Best in hill-climbing. t 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. CARRINGTON .*. HOTEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that ho is carryi on the above well-known Hostlery , and hopes to merit a ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

WHAT ABOUT ?* HATS ? * ^©., Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, ? PEAK HILL ? f£ S-. Ox/ey, LAND, STOCK, STATION and General gomtttissiott ff gettt LOANS NEGOTIATED. Note address — ' Old Commonweal Office.' -Whelan&Gilcqest, SOLICITORS, Forbes and Parkes. Me. M. J. Gilcbeest will attend the Peak Hill Courts ?when retained. NOTICE. OWING TO SHEEP MISSING out of the lloseneath paddock's, I hereby give notice that any person or persons found trespassing, on and after this date, will be prosecuted -without respect to individuals. Poison laid throughout the Estate. E. L. JONES, BoBeneath. May 15th, 1903. NOTICE. THE PEAK HILL AWL SHOW, is to be held on ? Wednesday & Thursday, 22nd & 23rd July. SPECIAL. ATTRACTIONS OITERED. Look out for Schedules. A. MILES, Secretary. 'PRELIMINARY MCE, — GRAND — ? Sliow Entertainment, ?will be held in MATTHEWS' HALLi'_ Thursday Evening, July 23, (SECOND NIGHT OF SHOW.) Further particulars will be adv...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

*?'. They Say. ' ; . »J Thcit the local Band is making good r^'| prog^M. ' [''^'. That^if ptactioe ami perseverflnco will turtrVut luusicianK, Peak Hill will soon possess a choice selection. ' Thht Sergeant Brayne returaed. homo on Saturday last, after a two: week's holiday. ..? ^ That Moaday last was the coldest V'S day so far thiB yaar. ^a Thatthe Schodulo Committee of the s| P.A. and H. Association, met on Satr ^S urdaylnsti ^ That the said Committee adjusted a . 1 splendid list of prizes. J 4 That the prize money offered this ^ year will be double that of the 1901 '.'&i Eiliibition. . .-' ~& That special attractions also, are ..'t! being arranged for, by tlw Comiuittee. ,'^ That Freeman's Hotel for wines, ?t spirits, beera, &c, can't be excelled.— *) % Tluit a death occurred last week at ' § tho local Hospital. J^ That the deconsed was an old man ?| frohi Tomiugley. ? . . . ^ That no farmer should fail to record ] his vote at the forthcoming P.P. Board , ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Original Correspondence, ^While our columns fire fit all times open for $he publication of matter calculated to be 'of interest to our readers, we do not ne ?ceesarily idettify ourselves with- the 'opinions expressed under thin heading.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Sydney Sights. Visitors to the titr -will have Dothing to complain about in the shape of quantity and quality at the evergreen Cydorama. Besides the exciting and life-like battle scene there is a host of attractions including our old friend Daphne in a new and marvlleoue role. The Magicians Cave, described as a Marvel in Magic, and quite a number of interesting sights, not last among them bing a now cine matograph with all new films, j Three eminent Doctois RECOMMEND BILE BEANS. Bile Beans are now so widely recog nised as on effective remedy for nil liver and digestive disorders, that many eminent medical men prescribe tliem for use amongst their patients. Below are found certificates of three well-known practitioners, which show conclusively that Bile Beans have ear ned for themselves golden o|)inions from men admirably qualified to judge the value of medicines : — Dr A. B. Griffiths Ph. D., F. E. S. T., of 12 Knowle Eoad, Brixton, Lon don says :- 'I hereby certify that I have- exa...

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Rules and Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Rules and Regulations. The following Rules will govern thfl exhibits at the forthcoming show : — 1. — The name, residence, and district of exhibitor, and as full partid'ars as possible, must be given to the Secretary -with entry, ' .fivo days prior to Shbur ; all late entries pay double fees. -If any doubt, arises as to the declaration of the exhibitor, he' shall, not be entitled to any prize which may be awarded to him until the Committee shall have satiB laotory prooi tnat tne declaration is correct; a and any inembeT making a false declaration I shall bo subject to all or any; of the following 1 penalties-: Forfeiture -of .prize ; non-permis- ] mete to exhibit again ; expulsion from the M Association. ' I 2.— All exhibitors of horses, caitle,~Eaoepi 1 pigs, dogs, and poultry, must be the bona-fide m owners, or representatives of owners, of same ? at timo of entry; Exhibitors of farm produce, I fruit,- vegetables, and flowers, must havd M grown sanle; and only the maVere of jomB, ...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

Official Correspondence. Subject: Mr. W. G. Haynes' appli cation for an Artesian Bore at Geuoren, ' Peak Hill. Eeply: The Minister has approved of tenders being at once invited for this Bore, and instructions have baeti issued accordingly. — J. Davis Under Secretary. .?_???. P.J.Clara, Esq., M.P. ..

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