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

For Chronic Chest* Complaints 'Woodi;' Great PepperauntCure.— la 6&

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

Tomingley Enterprise. ? Mr A- J. Moy, of Tomingley, has just turned out a new coach for Mr 'Wiikie, to cany passengers and mails between Dubbo and Peak Hill. It is made in waggonette shape with seats behind which can be raised in order to allow for an extra amount of luggage. The jffhoels are of American Hickory, while the reaiaiiider of tho vehicle is composed, almost wholly of spotted gum. Everything down to the min utest detail, has been faithfully and thoroughly executed. Tho vehicle reflects the' greatest credit upon Mr Moy. ?

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 — 29 May 1903

LATESTTELSGRAMS The London Education Bill has pas sed Committee of Commons. The Berlin correspondent of .the Morning Post, reports that Australia's Opposition to preferential trade has convinced Germany that it is safe to make reprisals in connection 'with Canada. ??*?'»' . . The Jews at St. Petersburg .dread outbreak of anti-Jewish outrages; The Government hava taken remark-' able precautions to prevent such out- : break. - ??? ' . It is reported that the Ifing of Italy has arranged to visit President Lpubet at Paris, on July 3rd. The King of England's visit will bo three days later. Sir Gilbert Parker delivered an ad dress at the Australian Club, in Lon don. He said that no British Colony was yet able to stand alone in the mat ter of naval defence. A silver and copper lode has been struck 7 miles from \Cootamundra. .400 acres have already been taken up. The Railway . rates, for starving stock, will 'be discontinued after the 1st of June.

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

Artificial Grasses. PASPALUM Writing to the , Muswellbrook Chronicle, a correspondent states : — ' Seeing an article in your last issue recommending paspalum as a good lad der plant, I ?wish to state that 1 have some plants growing in my orchard. If avino- had it three vears I can ffive some idea of its merit. In a good sea son it is a rapid grower and splendid feed, but it will not withstand either heat or frost ; the seeds are hard to germinate. I had two pounds of seed from a seedsman in Sydney and very few plants came up ; I also had roots from the Agricultural College, which are growing, but I cannot pronounce it a success for this climate. ' No doubt it is good for the co stal districts or for moist ground I Jiave tried most of the new fodder plants and can say there is nothing to equal the salt-busth. I have the annual, creeping, ' and old man, which are all good. The annual bears a great quantity of seed, which quickly germinates and withstands heat and frost. I can supply a...

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

Pastures Protection Board Speaking of Mr. D. Cheshor's can didature, for a seat on the above Board, the Molong Argus bajb :— 'We have heard a lot one way and another, concerning Mr Chesher,' and every word has been good. The several /branches of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, in the Molong ^portion of the Stock district have pledged their members to do what they can in Mr Chesher's interests, and farmers don't support a man unless he is pretty, solid in their interests. Mr Cliesher will poll well, and his friends are confident of success.'

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
McPHAIL. R. A. O. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 29 May 1903

McPHAIL. R. A. O. B. . (By our Special Reporter} On Wednesday the 20th inst., a couple of Peak Hill Buffs visited McPhail, to assist in the ceremony, of conferring the Primo degree upon two of the McPhail Brethren. At the close of the' meeting, an adjournment was made to the Hall, where, with the aid of the ladies, a thoroughly enjoyable Social was held. The Building was tastefully decorated, and the music, by Mr Laing, together with the catering by the Brethren, were of a very high order indeed. Bro. W. Norris acted as M. C. The dances were intersper sed with harmony. The Social con cluded at about 3 a. m., every one having thoroughlyjenjoyed themselves. The Belle of the ball, was undoubted ly—Yes, Mr Editor, the McPhail Ladies can dance. Amongst the many pretty dresses worn, I noticed the fol lowing : — Mrs R. Eeilly, green cashmere, with velvet trimmings. Mrs W. Norris, black brocade, mar oon bodice, and black trimmings. Mrs J. Crowhurst, (Tomingley), black voile, twine colored a...

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

Peak Hill Band. On Thursday, the 21st inst, a meet   ing of those interested in the forma tion of a Brass Band at Peak Hill, was held in Murrell's Hall. There were present : Messrs, Grant (in the Chair), Daly, Laing, Dunn, King, Murrell, Harvey, Morris, W. Hand, W. Norris, J. Norris, W. Gib son, Hennessey and Carrington. A code of rules, with certain modifi cations to which the following .was added, was read and adopted : — That members resigning from the Band be fore the expiration of 12 months and still remaining in the district, be liable to a penalty of not exceeding £2 10s. It was resolved that the Initiation fee be Is. The following office-bearers were elected : — Mr. ' Laing, bandmaster ;   Mr. Daly, Band Sergeant; Mr. W. Hand, Band Corporal ; Messrs. Dunn and Morris, Band Librarians; Mr. Grant, Chairman of Committees; Messrs. C. H. Stephens, J. Daly, W. Gibson, W. Hand, S. Murrell, F. Ring, W. Norris and A. Carrrington, Committee.  

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 — 5 June 1903

LATEST TELEGRAMS [By Wire.] A Conference of the British Co operative Societies has condemned the preferential trade proposals. The Conference considered it would increase the cost of food, and diminish remu neration, employment, promote inter minate ill will, and crush the growing friendship with America. For renewal of debt, New South Wales has placed on the London market a million pounds worth of Treasury Bills «,t 4 per cent, for 4 rears. The currency net price is fixed L99. South African merchants in London have guaranteed a large sum towards the formation of a trust, for the pur pose of fighting the South African shipping confederation. As a result of the moderate concilia tory utterances of Mr. Carruthers, the co-operation of the ' peoples reform league and the liberal and the reform association is assured. Stinson, presi dent of theformer says', he will glady meet Carruthers and endeavor to arrange a basis for c )-operation.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rules and Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

Bales and Regulations. -The -following Rules wilTgovetn the exhibits at the forthcoming show:— 1.— The name, residenoe, tod district of exhibitor, and &3 fallipai-ticulors as .possible, miut be given to the Secretary irith entry, -five daysprior to Show ; all late entries.pay double few. 2i any doubt arises as to the declaration of the exhibitor, he shall not be entitled to any .prize Trhich 'mSily be awarded to .him until the Committee ehall have same .Aotory proof- tliat tie declaration is correct; land any member making a f alme declaration Khali bo subject to .-ill or any of the following penalties : forfeiture of prize ; nonpermU nion to exhibit again; expalsion from the ?Association. 2.— AU Exhibitors of Kbrses, cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs, and poultry, mustbethebona-nde owners, or representatives of owners, of same at time of entry. Exhibitors of farm produce, fruit, vegetables, find noirers, must have grown same ; and only the makers of jams, jellies, and preserved fru...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Milling. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

Mining. Mining operations at the deep lead have been practically abandoned. Messrs. McAuliffe and party had some 21 tons of wash, acquired from their claim, put 'through Brodio's . battery during the week. The result was . most ' unsatisfactory, yielding for the whole quantity only IJ- ozs.^-^-or less1 than 1£ dwte. to the ton. - ~- ' ??.. Tuckwell and- Party and the pros pectors have ceased work, and aban doned their claims. Portion of the Crown mine has been taken on tribute for 12 months, by a party consisting of Messrs. Tuckwell Cashman, Dickson,' Phillips, Walsh, and Garnam. Work is being ' ener getically pushed forward, and it is their intention to keep Broiie's battery going constantly. May -succes crown their efforts for they undoubtedly deserve it. , Messrs. Hardy and F. Gamamare tributing in another part of the Crown mine. Messrs. Finlay Fraser and party are still prosecuting their starch for the 'glitter '.on Poddy's flat: Though fair prospects have been, secured, nothing...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wheat Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

Wheat Culture. A correspondent writes-: — Mr. J. F. Eeiliy has an experimental plot of 41 aeres on Adavale, whereon he tests various wheats and their adaptability to the soils which he has to cultivate. This gentleman is a strong believer in -threshing wheat, aud thus saving the straw. Testing 400 acres, half by this system and the moiety, with a hafc-: vester, %e found that afi additional profit of -2s per acre was the result of uBing eteam. In many other ways it JB infinitely superior to 'eitlier harvester or the antiquated stripper. — Champion.

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 — 5 June 1903

;^besit'Wash|-;S| '?* v YESirtft ? GET IT AT ?' -:Xrf OUR RUGS & BLANKETS Are Worth. Watching I SAYS Jacksons!

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 — 5 June 1903

I CAMBRIDGE OLUB HOTEL, I ^OASWELL STREET, I * * PEAK MILL - - I S. W. SWAIN, - Proprietor. I -*)NE OF CHE ELDEST AND &EST HOTEES :IN THE TOWN. I Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, ft$. ? AUETiSJENE G&S INSTALLED Tfi&OtF&HOUT. ? Fifcst-class ^llidrd Booia. -- . - -- Good Stabling. H 'The Public acquainted wiSi this Hotel know its good reputation, and H straMgers patronising it Vill be fully satisfied *with 'the result. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I 'The best Wheel' I ? Best in coiistruction. I Best in ease of runniiig. ? Sest in strength of frame. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I Best in hill-climbing. ? Best in speed. ? Best in honest value. I ffie holU all Speed Records, both Amateur. I an$ Professional. I ' I Cafiada Cyfcle ;& Motor Co., limited, I 357 Creorge-st., Sydney. I L&cal Agen t, Ai W. Taylftr & Co,, Peak Hill. I CARRINGTON .\ HOTEL, ? Caswell Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify the Pu...

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 — 5 June 1903

WHAT ABOUT JACKSON'S ?-r HATS ? X. ft. gitoton Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK TTTT.T.. & 3). Ox/ey, LAND, STOCK, STATION and General' r Commission fluent LOANS NEGOTIATED. Note address—' Old Commonweal Office.' Whelan&Gilcreest, SOLICITORS, . Forbes and Parkes. Ms... M. J'. GiiOEEEsr will attend the Peak Hill Courts' when retained. ?.) ; ~~ NOTICE. OWING TO SHEEP MISSING out of the Roseneath. paddocks, I hereby give notice that any person or persons found trespassing.on and after this date, will he prosecuted without respect to individuals. Poison laid throughout the Estate. E. L. JONES, Roseneath. May 15th, 1903. NOTICE. THE PEAK HILL ANNUAL SHOW, is to be held on ? . .; . Wednesday & Thursday, 22nd & 23rd jJilyv SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS OTTERED. Look out for Schedules.;.; A, MILES, ;J ? Secretary. '? PRELIMINARY NOTICE, .-,-? ? — GRAND— 'm*'~*£ ???? Show Entertainment, -will be held in MATTHEWS' HALL, Thursday Ev...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

[?] i ThafeJ, f^rty h*ro fe&en the Crowi iliuiej tin tribute. That it is to be hoped they will be rewarded with success. That iflie jJuMic battery is, greatly 4 appreciated. ;' . .''.-,. ?..?:~ - J That according to popnlat rtimot, BrucefiaUis.a certain mndidrfte iot the 'Cbn'dobblin. Beat, at the next elec tions. That travellere by train, placing tJieir feet «.pon 'the cttshions, are liable to a penalty of £2, That the improvement leases -m ? iBurrattay folding -were acquired 4»y Messrs. E. and --S. Scott. f That the brass, band irill %e x«ady for sliow timo. ' That they are still assiduously carj-jing on ?their Jiractices. That their supporters, and genera\ : 'public are invited to' roll; up -tp their quadrille-en lS»Hflay*ext. : ''?? . _ That tho public meeting '.in connec- ; tion with Genwnagie leasehold, con* vened for Ta^sday, was postponed until tonight. . .-.' ..-.,' ? ThttttliG Unavoidable absence of ?the 'coavaner was the reason of ^his. That Boles1* Hdtel is a iir...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

Biliousness Again Ban ished. -MOEBGRATlTUDEB^KBtLEaEAira : '[For 'many years I have been *a martyr to Biliousness,' says Mrs. M. Jordan, of If elly-fet., -Scone, N.S.W. 'Almost every fortnight 1 would liave ?an attflck, and try Whit -I would, 1 could get no relief. T?he .pain in my hdod was unbearable,- also 'the pain '^across the eyes. !6iter eating1! would ^vomit terribly. Ijbied'several so-called 'remedies, but gained no relief. . I then decided to give Bile B&ins a trial, al though I had little faith in' them after ?my experience '??with other medicines.1 'To'mysurprree T gained relief from 'the first 'dose. Thus ? encouraged, I, ?continued with the i $?eans, following, the directions closely, and can now, 'truthfully fcay I am enjoying splendid ihealth, and have never had a -Bilious , attack since !I first began U6ing Bile ??Beans. My work is now a pleasure, ?and my'friemfe'have noticed 'the great ? improvement there is in me. Words ' cannot express my gratitude to you ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PROPRIETARY MINE. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

THE PEOPRIETASY MINE. (?To the Editor Peak Kill Express./ Sir, — In your last issue I notice that ' 'W. John Blunt takes you to task for 'several small items appearing in your ' issuo'rff tiie'Sth Inst., re the Proprie: taryMine. ^Let me right here tell Mr. J. W. B.'that sinoo the -advent of the; Expeess into Peak Hill, its main ob-, ject has been 'to -advance and .protect1 ?the- interests prtne townanqaiisinei. ai 'large, 'f or 'which ltis highly appreciated I ' by its 'numerous supporters. Here is. [ a bit1 of /friendly advice John 'Blunt! I Jumping 'into 'the ? columns ?of.'the^ Express is like doing ditto 'down af flight of stairs at the dead of night. I Better ehy clear of it.-^Yours. etc.. First Flight.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

Original Correspondence. fWiile our columns are at all times opeafd)1 the publication of matter calculated to bd df interest to our readers, yee do not ne cessarily identify dnrselvefl with thd opinions expressed under this Heading;]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KYALITE [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 5 June 1903

ETALITE is the picturesquely situated home of Mr. J. F. Carmichael. Belonging to one of the best known and most re spected families in: the western district of ' 'Victoria, Mr. Carmichael' filled divers public positions in the eastern district with credit. Afterwards mi grating to the vicinity of Deniliquin, he was again to the fore in matters of public usefulness. He now occupies important positions in local orgauiza- ' tions, the ohief among which is the vice-presidency of our P.A. and H. Society. Kyalite is just under the Harvey Ranges, six miles» or so from Tomingley and 10 from Peak Hill. The house is on rising ground with undulated and wooded country behind. In front is a grand stretch of the finest alluvial ground. There are 230 acres of deep, rich, block and chocolate loam now sown. Four bags to the acre is a moderate return here. One sheep to the acre is also possible. As an in stance of the feeding capabilities of Kyalitc, it might be again mentioned that recently at Homeb...

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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 — 5 June 1903

'{To the Editor ?PM'Elil Etyrcsi.J ;Sir,— jI have read :with interest,; ?Bruce Hall's latest on the. above, and ?am qtiite willing -to grant him 'that he : 'hasgo'he'to Bonie v trouble to answer i ?my last letted, but 'tis a pity, that after : ?all his 'trouble, he was not able to -pro- ?? ?duce something more *o the , purpose ; 'than the mere '? 'splitting 'of liaire, -and.! Webster's definition of the word 'nauner.'1 Just h«!re I -would say I 'that I am confident my mend is sbfli I 'cient man 'of the -world ..to know I that even ifa a Court of Law the ac I 'cepted meaning of a word or term, is I that which it conveys to the general I 'mind of 'the people, notwithstanding I ^Webster, Johnson, or any other dic I 'tionnry compiler. And herein lies the I Vhdle gist of the matter at issue. I Does, or does not, the word 'pension- ? I 'ere,' under the Old Age Pension Act, I -convey to the mihdB of the majority of I 'the people that they, the pensioners, I 'are paupers. Now, 1 'aiu cfiiit...

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