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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903

WESLESTAN: Kadina3 p.Tn., Pesk Hill 7.30p.m. JJev, T. Nohtucott.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Friendly Appeal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903

Mendly Appaal Court Afriendly appeal -»urt.in joonnec tion with- the; 1903-4 as8essm«nt,?wa8 held in the Council Chanibers on W»dnesdayj6veninglRst. ' -r. ' There were present, his Syowhip the Mayor — Aid. Gibson (in the chair J, . Davey, Hand,, Swain,.- Oxley, and tne tjouncii AJlert — Mr. W.B.. Wynne. One appeal 'only was received— that of Mr, W. TregaJskia, for premises in Caswell Street adjoining Messrs. Taylor and Co'fr produce store. The valuators' nseessmentwds'Ii2^r6si. JThj« w^, on the;motion of Aj^'X^roj^ jfe&nia'gd-by. Aid. Hand, reduced to Lla, provwion-' ally on obtaining, the consent of the valuators. ' ' ' ' ' ;; ? The meeting then rose.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903

EOMAN CATHOLIC : UlasB second Sunday in eachmoHth

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903

^- i,;npa.*.;..:fj On Wfidhesdaytiie 10th ink, the Good Templars spent a most enjoydble evening in Lodge Bcasley. At the conclusion of the ordinary businesfrihe sisters in a most able manne'fe'enter -tained ike brethren with a d&logue which proved bDth amusing i|nd in structive. Too much ' credit ?'»cannot be given to the sisters taking^part in the diBcuesion which waa followed by a short musical programme the?'whole proceedings being one. of the^ moBt .succBssful meetings yet held, r.:1-' -rf ^ .

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 — 19 June 1903

Rules and Regulations. 1.— The name, residence, and district o* exhibitor, and as full. particulars as jpossible, must be given to the Secretary with entry, five days prior to Show; all late eatriespay] double fees. If any doubt arises as to the declaration of the exhibitor, ie shall not be entitled to any prize which. «ay be awarded to him until the Committee shall have satis- « factory proof that the declaratiaa is cerreot; and any member making a false declaration shall be subject to all or any of tlie following ? penalties: Forfeiture of prize; aonpermis sion to exhibit Again; expulsion from the: Association. 2.— AH exhibitors of toreos, cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs, and poultry, must be the bona-fide owners, or representatives of owners, of same at time of entry. Exhibitors of farm produce, fruit, vegetables, and flowers, must have grown. same; and only the makers of jams, jellies, and preserved iruite -will be entitled to receive the prize. ~ 3. — A ticket -will be delivered by t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903

I This is not WOLFE'S : SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon at BEDTIME 1 Is an absolute Preventive ? HL ' and Care for m ^CQLDS&lHFLUEHZA.y OjTv1i?G393D9W8j^EP MISSING outo'f'fii|SR6senea-li paddocks, persons fouu3' trospaSsing,6& and after this date, will 'Mi, prosecuted without respect toifidivtSinlB. . ' ' * Poison laid throughout the Estate. - ?;:X£L JONES, ftosenedth. May 15th, l903v Hairdressmg Saloon. M. HARTAS, begs to notify5 the re^deats of Peak Hill and district, diathelias , 8PEIEB * FIRST-BUSS HAIRDRESSING SALOON, in the premises adjoining C. W. BAnntfT'S BUTCHER'S SHOP, in Caswell ^tteet Civility and teeniaon accorded .??? - to alL Commercial Hotel, McPHAIL. H. F. STAFFORD, PROPRIETOR GOOD DRINK, GOOD ACCOMMODATION, GOOD TABLE, GOOD STABLING. Visitors «n& others universally pronounce it the Leading Komi of the District. Old Jtcquamtaftcesaad new, cor duilly welcomed. ' Note £he Adarasa — -? '- Commercial Hotei-, McPlIAlL: ? Public Battery, TOWIfN^LEY. i TOM...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903

Original Correspondence. I While our columns n.re at all times open for the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we du not ue oe38arily identify ourselves with the opinion:; expressed under thin lieuding.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 June 1903

Coupons ! I Coupons! 9 Coupons I § ' ' ' ^ ? -r-^'' --.i- ? '?.-.-' ?; '; 'TjM 100 flreWortii2s6d. 100 I ' ISSUED- ?JJ^'7- -*..w . 4JH A. W. Taylor &jfe 1 THE PEOPLES PBOVIDEBS, M Commencing on %e 83rd inst. 1 ? ? i COLLECT THEM I They Are Valuable. I THE PEOPLE'S PBOTIBER& M ?-?;:? . .... ' f TO,, VSfN 1 BUY. Wt I-.!- 1 FURNITURE MM | J j j WT l^awtffr«wiyetiaveerijoy«4^lMeestwhdtea!e B ^ m ftifttfttuefcttttness in this State. - H --1 m Airtnistmie-wehavehel^^Xk)i«uittyStottt«QSttto ? , 9 Ct^lv*te%isI^rakwretf*-fcbypubTishinsrcompfetciIIustrated B ', M Gatftk*«* aad Price List* which *re obUinaWe, free of ? J M thitsa, ftdfti yoar local sto»ek«tpeB. .- S | ffl S&a*I7 every storekeeper in N5.W.«eHs *tn fettStiXl, B J m fhich-an be ptrfchasrf item Us stock or ordeied torn our H ^ 9 Catalogues. - . « S % m , But it sottefiaaes hspptt* that your local rforekcepe* ? /ft M cannot^ owing te lack of *oom, e'rve the wide selection ho ? | ???(|B*T= ? — ? ? ? 1 J I H '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

3)o you easily catch cold? In our Australian climate, the win ter season os always accompanied - by an epedeinic of colds, chills, influenza, &c, and the reason fur this is not far to seek. The frequent changes of our climate are the cause which soon finds the weak places in the human system. Hence the hundred and one ailments bo common nt this period of the year. To be in a state to throw off. colds, chills, &c, with their more serious con sequences when contracted, the body should be kept in the very 'pink of condition'. Now this can rarely be attained without some assistance being given to the organs. What is requir ed is some natural stimulant which will not overtax the organs, so that when its use is discontinued they will not be weaker than they were before, but which will assist them to do the additional work required of them, and at the same time strengthen and invig orate them. Bilo Beans for biliousness fulfil theso requirements. Their com position is purel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXI SWEETWATER'S REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXI sweetwatee's reasons. So impulsive an act might be consist ent with the blind compassion of some weak-headed but warm-hearted woman but not with her self-interested nature, incapable of performing any heroic deed save from personal motives or the most headlong passion. Lastly — The weakness of her ex planation in regard to the cause which led her to peer into the Za'ael cottage through a hole made in the window shade. Curiosity has its limits even in a woman's breast, and unless she hoped to see more than was indicated by her words her action was but the precursor of a personal entrance into a room where we have every reason- to believe the twenty-dollar bill was left. A telling record and sufficient to favor the theory of her personal guilt if, after due thought, certain facts in contradiction to this assumption had not offered themselves to his mind even before he thought of Frederick as the unknown man 6he had followed down the '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) (Continuing my address on the above.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the JSiitor Peak Hill Express, j (Continuing my address on the above.) With the employw it is not a ques tion of what is right or wrong, hut what can I get out of this living ma chine at the lowest cost, and is it not a fact that ill the most prosperous times of the poet, that for want of unity amongst the workers^ that sweating of the worst kind has . gone on amongst limn, Yruiutm «uu vuuarcn, who iiuvv been compelled to work from 10 to 16 hours a day for a starvation pittance, And under conditions that were a dis grace to mankind, mocking at our boasted civilisation. This was the condition of things, when supply and demand was worked for all it was worth. But another demand arose — the demand of justice, the right of humanity — and to some, extent it has been heeded. Absurd is Mr. Hall, to give a man a minimum wage of 7s per day, an amount that is barely-sufficient to keep a man and family in a condi tion of respectability. Do you really think, Mr. Hall, 7s i...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Original Correspondence. [While cur columns am at all tinea open for . the publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, tre do not ne cessarily identify ourselves, with the opinions expressed under this heading.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

We love the dear old Uuiou Jack, Wo love the Motherland. Our help she will not ever lock But by her side we'll stand ; In peace or -war, what it may be, No love could e'er bo truer. We'll build cur health, from colds eo free On Woop's Great PErPERHnrr Cdbe Impounded FHO5I Ttfungcry, by order of A. C.Beard, Esq. 1 'Biotti gelding, faint brand near fionlder like 1, eear on near knee, near hip and near hockJloJ lsmfl8,;*Ked. 1 Bay mare, collnr marked, branded like SI over like taoar shoulder, 15 hai*d?,J_ag«l. From Bntomflrflmine. br otdarS. D. Jiec kay, Biq. ; :' ;13rowji geWing, 'blind in off eye, collar marked, branded like AB (B with bar attached) orer 3 near nhoulder.-lo haodB,«ge!dv,vi;'-iv-.:.,' If not wlcaw-d will be sold 9tb ^.ulyri9D3: J. .FABeUiaAESON, Jpu£dkeQper ' ' i '

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Local and General; Mr. J. Jackson' 6on, and heir — con- gratulations. Cold Weather is being experienced locally. ?The Committee of the P. A. & jfr &Bsoc1ati-m jneet torinorrow. ---» -??? :?-???.'? .?--??' ---.--'f-:-~-^-v-: 't .;t^;?iS 10 Sheap'«tealers- are'In£B;ni'tiie^oa.-' dobolin district. : ._ ,. _ V It is' reported ^hat- Mr. Hunter re-, cently engaged on the survey of the ?proposed -.'Molong-rPeak TTfll railway was admitted to the Sydney hospital hist -week suffering from phosphorus poisoning. Mr. H. Pears oji McPhail is about to take over the business of Mr. Bradley, butcherof Parkee.- . Parkes Jockey Club has decided to hold its annual Show Baces.' . The local Show Races give promise of turning but most .successfully. MesBrs. Wynne. (Secretary), andYeo, are working hard to 'bring about this end. 1 A presentation of a silver tea and coffee service was made to Mayoress of Narromine on. the occasion of the official opening of the town hall last week. The cup pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

l^P^i^lsj not . ; 1 but ; ? WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon at I BEDTIME I Is an flbsolatc Preventive m ^ and Cure for , M \CULDS&INFLUENZil/ Rules and Regulations. 1. — The name, residence, and, district of exhibitor, and as full particulars as possible, must be given to the Secretary with entry, five -flays -prior ?to Show; all late entries pay double ftfcs. ;If-»ny doubt arises as to the declaration of the oshibitor, he shall not bo entitled to any prize which may be awarded to him until tho Committee shall hsve satis* factory .proof that tho declaration is correct;, 'aril any member making a false declaration shall be subject to all or any of the following .jteualties^: Forfeiture of prize ; nonpennis sien to exhibit again; expulsion from the Association. 2. — All exhibitors of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs, and poultry, mustbethebona-fiae ' owners, or representatives of owners, of same ?at time «f entry. Exhibitors of farm produce, , fruit, vegetables, and flowers,'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peculiar Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Peculiar Experience. Mr.' J.Ti. Edwards of Tomingley has had a most peculiar experience with his jirajj^bis year. After sowing the wheat,' fm3''be?6re harrowing' 'it in, myriads of small ants could be seen carrying the seed into heaps. These neaps were raised m an airecuons. The consequence is that the crop has come up in tufts all over the paddock with bare patches between. Mi-. Edwards estimates that he will lose fuH$*S.;bag,to the acre.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Football Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

The Football Match. Come along all ye sporting men. so bold, And 'ante yeft a*de I^frill unfold, Of howtlie Hyall boys went last Sun day, ' '?';. To -Peak Hill town -a football match, to Jilay;; ??? Be* when tiieyliftd niTired, They found out .'-tna't tliey were 'to be Of playing ton their grounds, Unless they gave to tlieia a. fee of two . pounds.' ''' -.. j .', '. So at last the boys hafl seen. .. A little. spot-upon tlxe green,- ??^. Our- lads being willing; started tho work;..' i...-.':;-', --? ^..V ?' .;... Of forming. the boundary line ; 'v Erecting ti»e . goal posts, driving the : stakes in the ground ... As if they were doing their toil in the mine, Evon to: borrowing an axe from a man who lived close round, While the opposing side did a shirk, For they, were not inclined to do any *work, - ???.;? '? ? . They seemed -'too ffiengreeable, their looks were-rdther'bluG, For to be beaten by these boys they thought-would never do. : Soothe Peak 'had had its team selected, And the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Tennis. A special general meeting of the Peak Hill Tennis club, was held at Mr 0. F. Stephens' office on 23rd inst. The most important business done was this amending of rule 7 to read as follows : — The members' subscription shall be : For ladies 2s 6d, gentlemen 10s 6d, country members 7s 6d pay able annually. (Country members shall apply to those who live outside the Municipal boundary.

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 — 26 June 1903

LATEST TELEGRAMS [Br Wire.] , X- Berlin newspaper- states that a body of Russian troops has been sent Bait, ?ostensimy 'Jo test the transport facilities of ^he Siberian 'Railway. ?? tt is. pfficitilly ' announced that the Marylebone cricket club ie prepared to take the responsibility of an English team to visit Australia during the 1904 1905 'season. - ? A tenant member for Berwickshire in febeol inte^G^s does not approve of the attHudeMsf'the^ppesitien in the' preferential ^i-ade and thinks both Balfour and 'CJhamberlnin should take a wider rind more practical statesman like view for'tho wants-and wishes of the empire. One more case of smallpox occurred: at Tjaunceston yesterday. The infec tion ^Waa ^traced to a passenger named Gracehus, who left -some days ago {or Sidney. ? :? ) An attempt is being made to 'revive tho cotjntry;paifty in Parliament. The Censure debate was adjourned at midnight. There is only sufficient 'witter in Broken Hill to supply domestic require mente for ti ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Brass Band. A well attended committee meeting of the above waB held last week. Mr. P. J. Grant presided. Subsequent to the minutes of the previous meeting being confirmed, Mr Stephens ? moved, seconned by Mr. Dunn, that a juvenile plain and fancy dress ball be held on the Wednesday following the Show. — Carried. It waa resolved that the following gentlemen be appointed as Trustees of the-Band property: — Messrs. H. N. tftbsbbj T. Ring, T. Hand, and C. F. Stephens. It was also decided that application be made to the business people for monthly contributions towards the funds of fee Band. ,-,. Ata special meeting hAd iater, it yasjgreed UiaVMr. Lning bo paid at iBe^StojfttiWs pw TsvriL for kU ser vices'asJiandmafiiiir, nsd. Xhnt so. the e'ventj^f' funds running but each mem ber pay a weekly contribution of 6d.

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