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Molong P.P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Molong P.P. Board. The first 'meeting of the newly con' Stituted Pastures Protection Board, was held in Molong on Tuesday last. ' ; There were present, Messrs Church' il(inthe chair), Matthews, Cheshert Smith', Hunt, Moore and Palmer; ' ? Tho UUairman, on behalf of the 1 members of the old Board, .welcomed I Jhe two n»w members— 'Messrs Chesher i and Smith, who briefly responded; 1 ' In connection with the rabbit pest, I MeBBrs Matthews, CheBher, and Paluief I strongly advocated the . offering of a 1 bonus for their destruction. They 1 were, however, outvoted, and it was 1 ultimately agreed to allow tho matter I stan'd over until after tho Conference, I where the Delegate— Jfr Churchill, 1 .-would endeavour to obtain- the opinion I of the other delegates. . 1 ' The Inspector of Stock— Mr Fincli, I was appointed Rabbit Inspector, under 1 -the Board, the dual position to be I remunenited at the rato of L300 pet1 I nnnum. - 1 ? 'W. Finch was appointed Secretary 1 at'the rate of L60 per...
Tomingley Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Toiitingtey Enterprise Mr J. Wj. .^LaeSj .^he_ energetic and pushing :~.J3tb]$)]tffeper 'of- Tomingley and'McPhailj is now running a five horse van, between Dubbo, and these centres. He has a first-class vehicle with a splendid team of horses. Mr Lees is full of Enterprise, and we trust tne ventuise wuixurn; out successfully.. He certaialy Reserves to succeed, for. apart from his activity in business con cerns he is a thoroughly public-spirited gentleman, and has the welfare of the district 'at heart.. He has built up a large connection, and it would be difficult to find, throughout the. State, a town, of equ&r dimensions to Tom ingley, possessing such an up-to-date emporium as that owned hj Mr Lees.
LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
L^TEST^EI^JGBAMS [By Wibe.] TheCrarhas lelegraphedtothfl new Kingof Servia, 'May God' help yoU in ell you undertake for the good of your peppteifl *:' ?? ~ The.IriBhliind BiU is likely to be dropped. The Nationalists are dis satisfied with it. ?: Russia is building three fast torpedo boats with a view to *trengfliening the Bli^BeaSeei.;.-.-:'VV;;'' : ..-'.-; The Aden correspondent of ? the1 Baity, fail eaji that Cobber's oolimn is holding out against the Somalis. It is on short rationsi, - ./'?'' ' The British Oppoaition has Jecidod apt to move the motion of /cen's'iiS on account of the Government's aftitudd ; on the preferential trade. They Jire: : fer to begin a campflign against the ; proposals in tho' country. ~y- \ Mr. Copelftnd hae i applied for six i months leave to 'visit Sydney, on oe- . count of his wifeVhealth. The debate on the Censure Motion . has been adjourned. An effort is to - }?o ma^e to;finish it to-night. The i premier has defehded''the ttdministra« ' ..tion. ?;;...
Woodstock. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Woodstock. One of the prettiest, an cL probably best laid out properties in the immedi nte vicinity of Peak Hill, is Woodstock — the home cf Mr/ T. Bing. It is -situated at the .: rear.-, of the Show Ground, and contains an area of 60 acres, everyvineh.of which is improved. Fronting the house, whicH is of a sub-' stantial and comely nature, is a four acre orchard; -.On. neither side of this are lucerne paddocks, where that' highly prized f oddLer flourishes wonder fully, especially is^this the case in the smaller of the two pnddocks. The vegetables which Mr. Bing produces are so well known around the Peak as to hardly need mentioning. Hie fruits of all kinds, too, are; far famed. Mr. Bing is also a bird- -fancier, and his poultry yard contains some extremoly fine breeds. . . There is a small plot of prairie grass growing at Woodstock which is a ver itable wonder. It is about 9 inches in height, and interlaced with sorrel, as it is, presents a really nice sight. It strongly reminds o...
Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Mining. At the 'Pro,' what with tributars and wages men,' the mine is better manned at the present moment than it has been for some considerable time, past. It is to be hoped that this con-;, dition of affairs will bo maintfiined. Uawes and party here, are meeting with some difficulty in getting to the. place where they intend starting oper ations. Bowoyer, they appear ' sain- . guine of rehchiiig' the desired locality,, and that their tribute will turn out successfully.. . . ? Foulkes and party are still breaking plenty of Btono, and are apparently doing fairly well — though 'tis stated they' would willingly play 'swops' with this tribute, for the value of the lost plates. G. Dow and party, in the Tunnel, are breaking ore, and if it pans out, equal to the last, it is better than humping 'Matilda ' on a rainy day. ..-. There are no fresh' developments in alluvial mining. Coleinan and party, at the Deep Lead, are stili driving ; ' so isMcAuliffe and parity, of the =No, J.' south clai...
They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
^m^'Say. '^ ||Et|StilHie fire early on Wedtt tdsy ittOoiing -«auiied considerable ei site* - j^nt. ?.'.''.. t^wt^tlioinToteratefire-figliter- Qoe — rnise^J'.qnitJie^cene. Thnt ne usual ho irendorod i luch ?vnluablu aid. '' fcThM^srs. Schmidt, JiB^manlanil ' ; -g That itwas mainly dueito the i xer- ' ,3 tione -if ithese tonr gentlemoqj that * 'M Hailey'^ shop-was nat consumed. '.^ ^SJ?^ That prior to the firo;reachingt idie ^S close proximity of tliis building,. n^iost [ :^$M of willing Lauds had. torn most n Ltlis. ;^9 -soiiie-fjilenaid feed., ' gs.-»i» ? '3 aro'be^nn^ftito %A as'they^Hiktst wS That biiim^ss is Very dull! here at ? '/'M Thnt ?fenuing n gobil character, is / ?S poisonod, Aad that his doath-was not ~ ^^M uiio to natnrar causes ns previously ': -jm oupposojL; ^ ^ ^;^.:^0 ''/'MM forthconiingBlroTr. ; ? ?-?... ??_?; ? .3 cthe comfort. ofevisrt«i««t«ht)Rr'finio.—0 .. ifi TJuit -tiife :.T6uungley .rifle -sdob ja ^ booming. _iA.-'.\ ^.;j-I ?../;-; '''^''i.'''-;^ That ont , ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
CAMBRIDGE CitTB H&TEL, - * PEAK HILL -.?-.?..? $. W. SWAIN, - - Proprietor. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. ACETYLENE GJLSDfSTALLED tB3S.OtTGHOtJT. First-class Billiard Boom. - - -''..' Good Stabling. The Public .acquainted with, this Ilotel know its good reputation, and etrangets patronising it will be fully satisfied with die ressdt. j Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-flarris Bicycles. ' The best Wheel ' Best In ^cmstructioii. Best in ease of running. Best in strength of frame, Iflassey-Harris Bicycles. ! ? ^'??-' ? .;? . .:-y- ? ... -V. ,:? , :. .... , ) BesJin MU^UmbinK- . Best in speed. , '1 Best in honest value We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, mid Professwn&L ... Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, i 357 Greorge-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. CARRINGTON .\ HOTEL, Casweli Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify tho Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding Distr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
fh SOOTHWO BAUrt* EMBROCATION^ is (iiarticall)' the only ointment iif Aiwtniuia cntitetjr Trre from animal fats 2*4 mimwl*. : Zam-Buk is .purely vccalaMe wA m!» jbe found a certain core for pc;ts, Boriu.ibaiU, Bruises, RunoiPE iEa.rea. Piles, Canu, . Bwcoo. Rinrwonn.Wmple*, BI«u*hcBd», : ttheuraatlEnrLnnibaeo, Sciatica, Ctaappcd . . and Cracked ttunda, CtUlbi«in«, Ac. A* *n embrocation Zam-Buk. is unequalled. ^ ? ~^ From' all meaidne rrodorii. f/6 ptr'P»t, vj ; or direct from Ib; Zun-Bn)c Manulacturtac ,, -Cmnpmoy. 39 V1U Sma, Sydney. ' ? A-Preeiatnplew-illbeKntj-ouonrtcdpt * ';? i of a feniqr stamp for return postage , '
Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXI SWEETWATER'S REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXI SWEETWATF.tt's EEAS0S3. When he left Mr. Sutherland it was with feelings such as few who knew him supposed him cnpablo of ex periencing. Unattractive as he -was in every way, 'ungainly in figure and unprepossessing of countenance, this butl of the morn fnvorod vov«tli in town had a heart whose secret fires were all the warmer for being so per sistently covered, nnd this heart was wrung with trouble nud heavy with a straggle that bade fair to leave him ' without rest that night if not for many nights to come. Why ? Oue word will explain Unknown *to the world at larga and almost unknown to him self, .his bi st affections were fixed upon the man whose happiness he thus un expectedly saw himself destined to destroy. 'He loved Mr. Sutherland. ' ?. The suspicion which he now found transferred. In his own mind from the' youug girl whose blood-stained slippers he had purloined during the excite ment of the first alarm, to the un principled ...
Dubbo Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Dubbo Land Board. The following cases from this district were heard before the above Board which concluded its sittimge on Satur day last :— As io Isscb of Grant ' . F. G. Korsch h. s. 480 acres— recom- mended. '-.,.... , . ... ??' -'? TooBAflEBisiDEircE. ?'.????? J. A. Bamber h.S. -^recommended for 12 months. ' . . ? -? ? ' Ee Issue of Grants i ' Geo Penman— adjourned-r W. G. O. Stanford— ndjourned. John Dunshea— adjourned,. ' . ; ? - A,.T.3filIgate— grant recommended time for payment of arrears allowed. . J Barnes, grant recommended, time. tor payment of arrears allowed. Claims nr Respect .of Babbit-proof FENODld. , T. Bice v G. Penman adjourned. -: . . T. Bice v F. Pyers ; amount by con Bent L3 18s 6d. T. Rice v E. Wunsch ; amount L34 Ostd. : W. A. Lampe v F. Pyers, by consent L7 6s 2d. ??-??
THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
THE LABOUR PARTY. (To Uie Editor Peak Uill Erpress.) Sir, — As thero is a discussion going on thruugh your palter re tlie Labor Party, started by Ilimw Hall, Mr lowed by G. H. Crowliurst and T. D. Oxley, as to what good or harm «, or has been done by united labor, both socially and politically since its origin, I'liave no intention of ''criticising, or trying to find fault with the above writers*, for I think it is a good tiling to have both sides of tho question fuirly shown, without prejudice, so that ?we may boo ourselves as others' see us. 80 with your permission I will give my knowledge, experience, and opinion regarding the matter, and will start :;'? With what caused the first labor union . .. ? ? ? ; that I know any thing H%out,iu If iSi W., vie., the Shearers' Union, about 35 years ago. Grazing was a very pro fitable game in N.S.W., so much so that those engaged in it uiado so much money thnt many of them could well afford to live away inSydnoy, London, or elsewhere, and ha...
Arbor Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
?? ' ' Arbor; P#^ ; -. -???? On Wednesday afternoon next, all interested in the beautifying of tha Beereation. Ground,' are invited to at tend an 'Arbor Day'. Afternoon tea is to be provided by the Ladies. Gents are requested to .brine' with them as many young trees as' possible. The movement is under the auspices of the local Council. _? /:'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
A LIVMB COUGH. Its Course Cut Short. The Cataa of Mrs. B. NIXON. (BT A BAUUUf RMOBm). For some unaccountable1 reason the troth of a good many thhig* are often only *4« milted in ? half-hearted way, and In contf quence it Is difficult to decide how nlnch or how little to believe, but when each a deci sive statements* that made by Mn. Blanch* - Nixon, of No. 3 Little's Avenue, Balnwln East, is brought to light, the information that U gained may be -accepted ai accurate. To our reporter Mrs. Nixon remarked :— ? 'Juitabont fire yew* from the present date I had a severe attack of influenza, and I became so weak that: I could not tarn in bed. All my limbs were racked with In tense aches, and I suffered greatly from ,? violent cough which strained my system terribly, besides keeping me awake at nights. It was very trying to be in misery all day, - and not got any rest at all, for there I natd . to lie night after night in a state of feverish restlessness; and when the next day dawned I was...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Tennis. The Peak Hill Tennis Club have elected the following office bearers for the year: — ' ' ,' Patron: Thomas Bridle, Esq. President: MrJ. Campoy. Vice-presidents : Messrs -O.- F. Ste phens, W. McKeown, iunr., and J. McAsifill. ,.,??'??.-? : Captain : Mr C. F.Stepl&Bns. Treasurer sift J. McAsMll.C T^C6n^ttee:'M«ssrs|3:' Hi -Stephens, W. Gibson, A. E. -Potts, Jr Freeman, D. W. B. Arthur, and 'f. A, Jackson. Selection Committee ; Messrik C. F. Stephens, J. Campey, and J. 'Freeman. Auditors: Messrs Campey and C. F. Stephens. 1 Secretary : Mr C. J. Cooper. . Accounts amounting' to L2 16s 8d were passed for payment. '. .. ,'..'. It was decided to send a team to Tomingley earry in the week; The' 'following were .selected: — Messrs. W. Gibson, McAskill,' Arthur, Freeman, T. Jackson and Cooper.
Curra Roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Curra Roads. From our Parkes contemporary we -take the following : 'Residents of the CurraDistrict are in a state of great tribulation over the general condition of their road towards Parkes. The main Bogan stockrbute from Dandaloo to Parkes is none too good. But it is. a macadamised street, compared with the 16 miles between tho Curra station and Coradgery bridge. In wet weather this section is almost impassable. If it were cleared even some improvement might be affected. If the mighty potentate of works would provide the sinews of war. for this an inestimable advantage would accrue to many residents of Bullock Creek and places in, about and beyond Curra, The mailman to Bullock Creek from Parkes can spin some hair raising and, albeit true, yarns respecting the quag mireB, swamps, and falling timber which are to be found on this portion of the Kings highway after a rain storm. ?
TOMINGLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
TOMINGLEY. The Tomingly Eifle Club, formed some weeks back, is prospering like a green bay tree. Messrs. McKinlay (Secretary), and J. P. Beilly (Trea surer), are working hard on its behalf. Already there are 26 finan cial members. - - Mr. P. J. Clara addressed a number of his constituents at Tomingley on Friday last. Mr. Golding occupied, the Chair. - Owing to the unfavorable weather, no doubt, no ladies wore pre sent: Mr. Clara received a good hear ing throughout, and at the termination of his speech several, questions were put to and answered by iiim. . ' The conntry round here 'is looking beautiful,' and the crops are growing splendidly, . . :
Hospital Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Hospital Matters. Late on Wednesday last; the presi dent of the Peak Hill and District Hospital— H. . N. Gibson' Esq.— re- ceived . the following wire from the acting Under-Secrotary, Finance De partment ..— 'At instance of Mr. Clara one thousand pounds approved for erection new Hospital letter following.' This announcement no doubt, will be received with general approval by the residents, as the present building is quite unsuitable, and inadequate to the requirements. ' It 'will be remembered that some time ago a deputation consisting of Messrs. Gibson, Matthews, - and Dr. MacCarthy, visited Sydney, and laid before the Premier— Sir John See the great necessity which existed for the. immediate erection of a new build ing at Peak Hill. The Premier'sfeply was to the effect that L1000 would be placed upon the estimates for the pur pose. Since then we learn. that the member for the district— rMr. Clara — has been working assiduously til the matter with a result rttttig-'thg sum named ha...
Drought Relief Fund [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903
Drought Belief Fund The Executive of the Lord Mayor's -Belief-Fund^ have decided to wind' up the affair at an' early date, prepara tory to so doing thu following addition al amounts, among many others, are; in all probability, to be allotted : — Peak Hill-LIOQ, Condobohn L60Q, Narromine' L250, Dubbo L300, Parkes LS00, -end Forbids 'L300. .. ?