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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

Hospital Committee,. The usual .monthly -meeting of the Hoqpita1-Committee, was held at the Council Chambers tin Tuesday after noon last. .Present:: Messro H. N. Gibson ,{in /tlio^chair), Frounian, Cam- '? pey, ^Hjunfrey, and Miles. . * ' . The minutus of the previous meet ing wore auiy -conurniea, atter wniori the correspondence itras received lot ?fliecuBsion. - The resignation of Matron Patterson was read-- and on the motion of Mr. Campey, accented. It .-was iTosotvedtto inrtte agplicaiions for her successor fwtihwith. It -wm decided, on the motion of Mr. Campey, soconded byMr-Humfrey that tko Nyugan Hospital '-Conimittee be co-operated with in .their endeavor to ifffeCt ? cettninTeforms in the matter of qurilificntions of ^irobntioners :iu - smaller ?institutions sitting 'for exami nation. (,- M ! The Treasurer- reported ^having rocelved since last meeting theeum of Ij'26 8s Id. The balance on hand at * the end of the month was:: Bank of Australasia Z.ASL Us 6d, Government Savin...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. SUNDAY, 14TH JUNE. ANGLICAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

Church Services. Sunday, I4td June, ANGLICAN : The Rev. Oldham will conduct Fare well Services as uuder :— . ' Coradgery II a,m. (H.C.), Burrill 3 p.m., Peak Hill 7.30 p.m. June 21st, Waterloo II a.m. (h.c), McPhail1 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. H. S. Oidham.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

WHAT ABOUT JACKSON'S «* HATS ? X. 91. gifaon Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK.HIIX. la. fb. Ox/ey, LAND, STOCK, STATION and General i Commission jfeent LOANS NEGOTIATED. ' Note address— ' Old Commonweal Office.' Whelan&Gilcreest, SOLICITORS, Forbes and Parkes. Me. M. J. Gtilcbeest will attend the Vihs. Hita Goufiis ?when, retained. : V notice: the peak hill ANNUAL SHOW, is to bo held on Wednesday & Thursday, 2Snd & 23rd July. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS OFFERED. Look out for Schedules. A. MILE^;' Secretary. NOTICE. T HATE a Cash Purchaser for a X Conditional Purchase and Condi tional Lease, up to 3000 acres. -'?'.'. Forward partibulare, pricey &o., to — W. B. WYNNE, ; CJommhssion' Agent . ? Peak Hill. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Messrs. H. N. Gibson 1 Coy., ?will conduct an important J; AUCTION SALE OF STOCK during , Show Week. ? ' ? Early entries are invited so that due1 notice can bo given' for advertising purposes. .,???? . ...

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OAKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

OAKLANDS.' ? ' Mr. Reid's pretty little home and nice property, is about nine miles- from Tomingley. The house Is not large, but very comfortable. For many years Mr. and Mrs. Reid lived in the Cudal district, but 1 couple of yeate ago fate experience the full force of the drought. As an old cavalry man, Mr. Reid goes oi), clearing his ground and' getting ready for the harvest which must some day come.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

Local and General. The greatest enthusiasm, in show matters, still prevails. Promise is given of some exception ally good entries. On Saturday last the Committee met, and appointed the Judges and Stewards. For the past week, extremely cold weather has again been the order of the day, at Peak HilL Mr P. W. Cullen has ' secured the road contract — Dubbo to Tomingley, for the sum of L395 1 Is 5d. We regret to report the serious ill ness of Mr Hewett, assistant Teacher at the local public school. Mr Hewett has been confined to his bed for the past -week, suffering from an attack of pneumonia. Nurse Patterson has tendered her resignation, as Matron of the local Hospital. Applications are invited for her suc cessor. Mr Fletcher, late of 'BeneFento', has secured a lucrative position, in New Zealand. On Monday last, « the commemora tion of^-Prince of Wales' birthday, the Business places were closed from 12 nobri. ?'??.. ,i Master E. W. Schmidt, messenger at the local post office, was succes...

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Artificial Grasses. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

Artificial Grasses. At the forthcoming Show, it would be conducive of good, we think, if holders who have- been experimenting with artificial grasses — and there are many throughout this district — would kindly iorward . an exhjbit .wof,. same. , Such exhibit would, ?without Soubt, prove most instructive and interesting, - and Farmers would thereby be accorded an opportunity, of seeing lor themselves the results of practical tests conducted in their own midst. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALLABY PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

WALLABY PARK ' has been famous in the district- for its hospitality for many years. Mr. James Carter was about the first -to select in this district, and now has an excellent nmnoi-hr TTa Tiqo Ann onyoa nilgai* crop this year. His best return ,hns been seven bags, but this is somewhat above the general average. , His son, Mr. James Carter, junr., has sown 200 acres on his laud adjoining. All this country is eminently adapted for culti vation. . ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quadrille. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

Quadrille. A dance, in aid of the funds of the Peak TTii? brass' band,, was held in Murrell's hall, on Monday evening last. In spite of the inclemency of the weather a fair number rolled up, and a most enjoyable time Was spent. Messrs. Laing, - Daley, and Murrell, supplied the music which was univer sally appreciated. Mr. J. Tuckwell acted as master of ceremonies. The dance was kept going until 1 a.m.

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CURRAJONG [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

CURRAJONG is one of the h'o'.nestead leaseholds on - the resumed area of Bulgandramine, to the right of 'the Narromine road, three miles out of Tomingley. Mr.' J. L. Edwards lives thero, and his house and all its surroundings form a model which many more pretentious and comfort. Everything about the place iB good. ? Horses, fencing, ploughing and garden. With the latter, containing roses, violets, and other flowers, also fruit trees- to set it off, the nice house looks very well from .the road. 100 acres are under wheat, yeilding as an average 4 bags. One year 20 acres of oats yielded a returnof betrroea-IO -ancl; :SO j^gs^to,-. the acre...- AU .this property' is fit 'for' cultivation.' Mr. Edwards deserves to succeed. He has struggled gamely along in face of .drought,, trial and other adversities, hut is bound to get on and coine out ontop by and bye— it is to bo hoped in the near future..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

OUE ???..-' RUGS & BLANKETS Are W«rth Watching ! ?SAYS ; Jacksons!

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

S'^^ey JBa^ . . 2 ?*?* «aaJBJ«g Ss.e^perieiicmg a sligbt |evi?«Jtoealljr, . ? ,,..'? ' ' ' -f :' tliui»t ?emM the' .ndivent of Brbdie-| Batte»^?^rpBpe!dtmg»4ia« bnpufc#a.ta. common (j^biiftLti(f9^ -, .-.??r,Z'- i Shatie &;«flihlng of any impor-;. stance has feasn inearthed. * I ' Tiurt ihidere-wifiiTOithiB as tthe JlastJ good 'try .thyneWwifl-Jiave.' , t TU«t ,plouglii^g qpomtione fltiQcon itinueon many«f'the1adjacent lioldibgs. J That most «f*heifBrmersiJiasve'takeii '? nd vantage of the season, and tare ?sown anorefteed areas. n ' '; That 'Jim' IVoeman has on tap a aiew brand- of iteer ^-niall «a€ - «an^pie.— © , Ihatathe Tennis PJayers jeuroeyea* toNarrominoonifonduy iost. ' ; That /Uie ^racquet .vrobblcrs -there proved -to good ifor -them. : tChatithe join^iey home on Monday night, -with jftie niprdury uncomfortably ? close to feirf, Was the imost eh]oyable part o?itliO/outing. :: ^ BChftt keen intemst is manifostod at Toniingloy initheiforthcoming show. That more Jabor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, ?CASW&LL STREET, , i -..- PEAK KILL - * SW.SJlf - - Proprietor, ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. : Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. ACETYLENE WAS INSTALLED ?ffHEOtfGHOCT. First-datss Billiard Room. *? - - Good Stabling. The Pablic acquainted with tiiis Hotel Trnow its good i-epufattion, and etrangers patronising ft 'will be fully satisfied wttii 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 Jiiil-climbing, . ? Best in honest value. We hold all Speed Records, botli Amateur, mid Professional. Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, 357 George-st., Sydney. L*-cal Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak HSU. CARRINGTON .*. HOTEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and: Surrounding District that he is curryi on the«bove well-known HosSery, and hopes to meri...

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District Holdings. ELLERSLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

District Holdings. ELLERSLIE. belongs to Mr. E. R. Turner and is toot .far. from Tomingley. Mr. Turner is another Biverina man, who fonnd his way up to this district only a couple of years back, just in 'time to face the hardships of the drought. He is eviueuuy not eusuy discouraged anu. has made everything about the place look the picture of neatness and con venience. With an area of 3491 acres Mr. Tumor now has 120 under 'wheat One paddock of 40 acres was sown at the rate of only 27 lbs. of seed to the acre. This crop is looking remarkably healthy and fairly thick. The house and shearing shed catch the eye. The former looks a model of comfort, with plenty of flowers and other attractive, adornments around. The latter is excellently planned and well built.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

' ?'.? ?T&xnik.-^';[':. ' Taking advantage' of the holiday on Monday, a team from the Pe.ak Hill club consisting of Messrs. Cooper, Freeman, Gibson, McAskill, Potts, and Stephens, .journeyed to Narro mine and met their club in a friencllv contest, the result being a win for Narromine by 160 games to 130. Host Freeman with a good pair 'of horses looked after the transit ' of the players, and did the trip home in 6$ Louts, the equines evidently relishing the strains of music from tne singing portion of the jwrty. - The Narromine men entertained the - VUUIAI1V ttd H UUIUtJr 111 XIlUUltlH . £LUliUl, Mr Dunn, President of the club,, pre siding. Others present. were.' Messrs. Denton, Williams, Dempster and Webb. Afterwards theoom'pany ad journed to the smoke room where sev eral toasts were honored. The- Peak Hill team then invited the Narromine men ,to their quarters, at Fitch's hotel where success to their club was pro posed. The trip proved a most enjoyable one, Messrs Dunn, Den...

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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

Mining. . . Mining matters at Peak Hill are ex* periencihg a decided revival. Now that a public battery exists, which trashes at such reasonable rates, an inducement is held out to miners' to prospect, which is being largely availed or. ut course, so tar, nothing sensa- - tional has been unearthed, still there is every chance of a 'find being struck. The following are .particulars of the work being .carried on :-:-' : ? Bobby Burns, 3 acre lease applied for by Mr. H. Sohmidt. Mr. Schmidt is working on a very good show. The lode is from 10 to 18 feet wide and will yield probably 6dwts to the ton. This property is one of the first discovered and least developed on the field. --9?a. ? ' Tuckwell and . Party, v Tributprs in the Crown ot Peak Hill. This .party, intend taking the lode stuff in a face between the two old winze shafts. They have secured permission from the Proprietary Co. to make a cutting into the face of their workings, which .will enable the party to cast the ore from th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

WAEDEN'S COXIET. ' Banks v Jackson. The outcome of this was that Mrs. Banks was dispos sessed of the property in dispute.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Weit v F. Taylor L6 Os 7d. Same v G. Parker L3 7s 8d. Same v T. Doyle LH5s8d. :- Taylor and co. v WeigoldLII 7s 8d. Samev C. Peiider I8s lid. Schmidt v Dewar L7 I3s 3d. Same v Sherwood L3 4b 6d Verdicts for amounts claimed and costs. ? v

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Genanagie Leasehold. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

Genanagie Leasehold. Immediately after' Mr. Clara's meet: ing on Wednesday evening last, the matter of taking , steps 'to assure that Genanagie Leasehold; J)e thrown open for closer settlement, was discussed, and the following resolution moved bv Mr. Oxley and seconded by Mr. Gar nam, carried : — ' That it is neces sary ior the welfare of the district, and the people resident in this locality, that Genanagie Leasehold be made avail able for closer settlement, as homestead selection areas, 8b feoon as the present lease expires, and that a petition be drawn up for. signature and forwarded through -the local Council, on to the Member for presentation.' It was also decided on the motion of Mr, Foulkes, seconded by Mr. Mcln tyre,— '' That the - 8000 acres now available on Bulgahdramine Holding be thrown, open ^in blocks, under homestead selection '? title,- in lieu of settlement lease tenure.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 12 June 1903

ueatn. It is our painful duty to chronicle the death of a bright little boy of 3 years — the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs R. Newbigging of Genanagie. For some time past, the child had suffered from what was pronounced as Jaundice. j-U spile ox uiu b&uiiu tiom-LueiiL ui Dr. MacCarthy the little sufferer grew gradually worse,, and late last week it was decided hy the parents, to take him to Parkes, where Dr. Boazman was consulted. Nothing, however, could be done for the little chap, and death ensued on Sunday. The funeral took place on Monday. A large cor tege of sympathising friends, followed the remains -which were interred in in the local .cemetery. The Rev. Brown, Presbyterian minister of Parkes, performed -the* last sad - rites at the graveside, and spoke briefly and touchingly to those present. To the patents,, , we tender our sincerest sympathy in this their time of sorrow and bereavement.

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