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THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

THE JJkS&UR -PAUTY. ?{?5fb 'the 'Editor Peak Hill Exprtn.) ' M*. Ciwirman,^! -rise -to u point *3 ?ordes. Are. wo discussing the Labor Party ?-»? i*fee ^Grovernmeut, and ^contend that Tnost'oiESr. Haifa tfrgu-; ment is irrelevant and nonsensical in. the extreme: Eogarding departmental; expenditure, flio ptu^awe, «dt*respon--: sible once the estimates ate 46«St ^with , in the House. I may state H3uft Vhenl ^uey — the estimates — are before them* overy attention is given with a view to ?economy, which tho following statistics ?will prove, also will prove that they liave curtailed the system of borrow ing. This public debt of N.S.W. in 1881, stood at.Llp,924,0l9. In 1891, before tho Labor Party satin Parlia ment, a period of 10 years, the afore ^aid public debt increaoed to L-52,750, 733. Hie wextlO years in whichiabor took a hand ia matters, up to 1902, ?=wo find.lj7i,592,485, and we are only -too 'well aware of the fact that- during 'tliis time the demands of tho country have...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. REEFING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Mining. JJEEFING. On the hill mining operations are active. All the parties continue to work flieir respective shows.- There is sufficient ore at grass to keep the battery running for tho remainder ai this year. s On t^e southern side of the hill, Davis and Bowman, are breaking stone but bf the Gorman reef . There are a tarn 4-Anii ?'. rit . s*3ia*fv Tmv*Tj-o« frevm l\\a ? 50ft. level, which prospects fairly well. There are hopes of this show, as some vfer^- good stone has been crushed from ifiiplbie. On .the Union Hill a good deal of prospecting is being done. McCashind and Hayes are still sinking on their lode, which is now down 60ft. ? The ore! -is rapidly improving. The vein whict was only a few inches on the surface and very short, is now over 2ft wide, showing strong in both ends of the shaft, which is over 10ft in length. The ore is worth from 10 to 12 dwte.to the ton.?'., ':'-? '?' On the eastern side of the hill, Lac bert and Houghton are -occasionally rewarded with a littl...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

(2fc ««? JEtfi&r Pitfi Mil-Expi-esB) '- Sir, — My unselfish -efforts to help -33. H. in his literary aspirations,- are ?evidently 'not apprbeiated by him, jif -e nitty judge 'byiihe -tona of fas last jphilippic in your.paper. -It had a vt*ty different efiecfoa ;in6 from 'what Wfis. intended, - % %as intensely amused by it, afed Sros grateful to him for 'the. ? hearty: laugh* that ensued, and that did me a Jot of good, bo shall continue my endeavors for Ms benefit Your, ?coirespdhttetitBliOuid aspwoto a higher idenltrf titer^y eiceltence. It is tth' ?offence against the canons of good toete to useeuch Btroiig pdrsonJil Ian-, £uoge, and sucli offensive ntfjectivBS as ho d66&. As in anathletic -contest, the boxer -who iepps iiifi '-tetupdr has a ?^distinct advantage *«ver -his tSpponent, ' 'so in the aeritnl arena. The debater: 'who does not got excited and watches, his oti|fc-rtfcrifty generally ] scores. :l! . think ;L have Oh se^etal ^obasidBS even j .^raised .some, ...

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

CAMBRIDGE QliUB HOTEL, CASWELL STREET, *- PEAK HILL - -'. S. W. SWAIN, - - Proprietor. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. Excellent Wines, Spirits, and tommodation, Etc. Acetylene gas installed throughout. ; First-class Billiard Room, * ? - - N Good Stabling. The Public awjtiaitfted with this Hotel know its good imputation, and . strangers patronising it will be fafly satisfied Wit!) $k« 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 hilkclimbing. „ ,*, JBiest In felpeM. ? ''' : -:' ' ~ ? ' -.-: -?;??:-; : 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 Dirtrict tha...

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

oxm' RUGS & BLANKETS , Are Worth Watching ! SAYS Jacksons! [?]

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

WHAT ABOUT JACKSON'S *^ HATS? *e. to. -ga-ron Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL Whelan&Gilcreesf, SOLICITORS, Forbes and Parkes. JIh. M. .t. Gilceeebt will attend JJthe Peak Hill Courts when retained. NOTICE. THE PEAK H/LL ' iB to be)-heid:*ji - Wednesday & Thursday, 22nd & 23rd July. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS OFFERED. Look out for Schedules. A. MILES, Secretary. NOTICE. A NY person or persons found Bhoot J\- ing or otherwise trespassing on nny portion x-i the Mungery Run after this date, will bo prosecuted. A. C. BAIBD, Manager. June 12, 1903, NOTICE. fT^HE Committee, of the Peak Hill X and District Hospital have much pleasure in acknowledging the receipt of a donation of the sum of .£51 12s lOd (being L29 for the sale of fixed deposits, and L22 12b lOd instalments of principal and accumulated interest lodged in the Government Savings Bank) from W. P. Foulkes, H. Hob eon, and Wm. Laing (Trustees), J. O'Shanessy, Presiden...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Iwjpr say-?| ,|::a [?] ThitiBouxe-^jptop ontries **e. :^'H^;^'J^^M pecfed(-^»p6«s}i|'?Sn}dte JuiuffiBir'Jii^'.:^^^MB| ^fj imtfif ?^wiitoWiftt** ' ?-*?''! ? ???? ??-'?^ ^, ** . '?'? . '*.**. -r3^^fls^^^^| - ^wten1ria^^;ME3S»M',;^rti^'-i::^^S ?oajMibio lionds.jiF J3ie 4J^ ;:ChurtU -' -§^H .iViujflliMt^IcisM.viEay.. Sac^aon and j -^ ^^9 Thr.tn^nt^umhorl-pfiiorain, /^al this district arotravolliiig-tfaraaa -?wide !,''^^H in eeardli of filieop. . . ; V ^ '. ^^^^B That moBt landholders oouldaoeom- ' _ 'FWJiBM modnte stock just now. '^^H Tliat a concort is to be held on Mon- M^H day evening. ft t McEhail, tin .aid of the ? 'i'?*^H WesleyniiChurch fond. . ' -%^H TkattliO-local Drought H&ietGom- i^H uiittee has expondod nearly the whole '^^D of available funds, and are awaiting a ^Ull ?froeU iuatalnient. ' '^^3 That Boles' Hotel will 4ie Sound a ill firat-claas hostlory. —0. ? -??. :'^Ba SDhat the JJand is still jti'qgroesing jmm iavordllf. MB Thnt sovcrrfl /naues of ^Besmenia Wa hav...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

[?] :-: ' thspublicatioiiof matter calonJated fobs of interest to offl readers, irft Ao not ne cessarily idenlifp ouzaelres with thb .: opinions expressed under tldu Tioading,]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

WcqdB* Great Peppermint Cure, fci Coughs and Colds U6ver fails. .1» 6i

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

[?] An enquiry touohiug the .fire which destrofed the Royal Hotel early pa Wednesday morning, the 17th inst., waa held before the district Coroner — Mr. H. N. GibBon, on Friday last. The following jurymen were empan elled: — Messrs. Favquharson (fore man), DeLacy, Williams, -Laing, Mur rell, T. Hand, R. Parker, ^ardy, O'Keeffe, Houten, Cawes, and D. Hogan. '. - ? =; '.'Or ? Subsequent to the Jury having in spected the scene of the fire, the taking of evidence'was. proceeded with. The first witness examined was Louisa Fenton — a girl of about ' 11 years of age. She stated, on oath, that she was a daughter of William Fenton; remember the fire at iny father's hotel; I awoke at what ap peared to be midnight; heard a fire in the Billiard Room ; it was evidently spreading; I immediately . called uiy mother who got up at once; -I ran; over to Mr. Bailey's residence, whieli is just across. the street ; : the : night previous to the fire retired to bed at about 8 p.m.; my father was not in t...

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

For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. 3 s 6d.

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Arbor Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

Arbor Day- fl On Wednesday afternoon, a numberflj of gentlo'meu, including His Worshipfl the Mflyor, AM. Gibson, AM. Swaiofl Mr J: Jackson, Mr E. J. Williams, andflj others, duly put iu an appearauce otflj the Recreation Ground, nnd dcvuWflj the ereater portion of the eveuing to planting a number of young trees, under tho supervision of tho Council Clerk. The interest anticipated in tli« movement, however, was not shown Still, a fair number of plants were 6owa and it is to be hoped will thrive.

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

I :Beja4ioS. ?_ 1 A public send-off of a most enthus- fl iastic nature, was tendered to the Rev. jl Pldham in Murrell's hall, on Wednes- fl day evening .last. T!ie oonaBion was B availed of, of welcoming Ms successor B RevJ Wiltson: ', fl The hall was tlironged at'nn early fl hour, by : people of aU denominations, B Dancing lntei-spersed with music was fl -was kept going until about 9 p.m., fl when the Presentation, arranged for ^M by tho St. Stephens' ..congregation, and ^| address from the Hospital Committee BJ uwere inade.. In connection with the BJ former Mr. Ray said : that they had flj assembled there that evening for tho ^M dual purpose of bidding farewell to ^M Mr. Ol^haiqaj1 aivl jof welcoming his flj Bjiccesspr.1 M.rrOldliam had now been /BJ iu this district a little over 3 years '^M and during tltat time he had accom- flj plished much good both on behalf of tho ^| the Church and the public generally, jflj Under his supervision, ihany iiaprove* jflj ments had been effected...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 26 June 1903

'' ittifi^^^Oouncp ^ The liiftd. fertnighUy Meeting . of the iibove 'was held at the Council ChSm.beBS-oii Wednesday eveniug last His Worship the ;Mayor, aid. Gibson presided, and there yrero present, in addition, nld. Hand, jDavey; Eing, Swain, Matthews, and the Council Clerk— Mr. .W. B,- Wynne. The the minutes of -tho previous ineeting were duly endbraed.;'. ... ''?-.. ; COEEraPONDENOE. / vr From !Roads Superintendent; Forbes re Govemmeht Tank returns. — Re- ceived. /-V ? ?* '?'; '..'? - P. A. & H Assoc, asking the Council to have the 22nd July proclaimed a public .-holiday. — Attended to. From the Eoads Superintendent, Dabbo, advising that lie had recom mended the clearing, V chain wide, of the road between Peak Hill and the Bogan river bridge. — It was de cided on the motion of iald. Matthews seconded ibv aid Ring, that a letter of thanks be .forwarded .'to the Roads Superintendent, -for his; efforts in the matter, v ?..' : ' . From Colonial Treasurer's office re endowjm...

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

ALLUVIAL. .--.?? Coleman and party,' iu Matthews' paddock, are breaking a few tons of wash for a trial. During the present week ptpBpects have improved con siderably, some of which have been of a payable nature. Tho party nre to be commended on the amount of work done since -beginning operations. On Paddy's Flat Fiulay Frazor and JOiUgate s claim u- turning out satis factorily. So far the dirt secured is worth alittle better than 4 dwteto the load. In consequence of this, Calligan, Hobsoa and Collins have ' commenced sinking on titeir boundary.-. '': ????' McAuliSe 'and paity are working their old claim, but nothing sensational has occurred since our last. The 'Poisoned Dog' lead ie not turning out so welL During the week McDonald and CaweB captured a spec, over three dirts.

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

Official Correspondence. The following officialcorrespoudenco has-been forwarded/ to us by Mr. P. J. Clara, M.L.A., member for the dis trict:— ? ?? ? Dapartment of Lauds. Sir, — I have to inform you that letter of 13th June, from Coradgery Progresss Association, presented by you on the subject, to make the leasehold area of Genanagie available, for settlement, has been re ferred to the District Surveyor, Forbes for report. . TI.' Curry, Under Sec. Sir,^ — I have to inform you that by the direction of the Secretary for Lands, Trustees of Public Parks and Recrea tion Reserves, have been informed of the probability of further subsidies towards the maintenanceand improve ment of the areas not being provided for iu next financial yenr. This inti mation has been made, as it lias been deemed advisable to warn- trustees against entering into any engagements on the' assumption that financial aid from the Government will be- forth- 'coming, H. Curry. Chief Secretary'* Office. Sir,— 1 am direc...

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

Wasted Vitality RESTORED TO Robust Health. The Case of'tyrT^. SHANNON. (BT Ol'R REP IITEB). From faded letters and dimly-remembered talk of those who once clung fondly to tba legends and traditions of old, only a very h;i7._v outline of events can generally b* ohuine.l, so for present requirements it is advisable to get our information as oppor tunity alTonls. This oliject lod to a re porters visit to Mr, Jlich nil Shannon, of lioguiijn, St. Jaines'-road, Waverley, once a resident of Iialniuiti, reference to which fact appears below. ' When I was living in Birchgrove-road, Ealniiiin,' said Mr. Shannon, ?' I had an ex perience which lean rcfir to very fctliu^ly. It is in relation to my health, wliiuh gave me considerable trouble and anxiety. I could not enjoy an v tiling, so you may guess I whs in a bad way. I felt thoroughly knocked out, having no eneigy in my body to do any work, and looking upon all mutt oji which came under my notice u being too troublesome to b.i thought of. The...

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

COMMONS. The meeting of the Common Trus tess was held immediately after the above. The resignation of Mr. Far quharson as common ranger was received, and on the motion of Trustee Matthews, accepted. Three applications wore receivod for tha uositiou. namelv A. Iverson. J. Norris and H. Angus. It was decided that the ' Chairman and Secretary interview the latter, and that if, in their opinion, he was a suitable man, ?i^&r» xi^^&coimi^rtfS^^^sed lor payment. -.'.;? ! ' ' The meeting then terminated.

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THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

THE LABOUR -PARTY. (To the Editor Peak Hill Etyrtn.) Sir. — I stated in my last that the live action of truth, justice, mercy, equity, toleration, and religious creeds, crafts, and soots, must . bow to the order of majority in the labor union creed, and will take tho advice of a very wise man of tho past, who said — by their works ye shall judge them, whether they nro good or evil ; so by their actions X will snow that m the past they had no respect to truth or any of the good principles proceeding from it In the year 1894 they framed an agreement to their own satisfaction to shuar sheep under the price of shearing rules, to woi'k under price of victuals, nnd everything in the agree ment was their own making. I read this agreement, and on the whole it was fairly equitable, but there were two or three points that I felt inclined to object to. For peace sake, how ever, 1 made no objection to it, but put on six good honest shearers and they signed it and so did I (the first and only ag...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Original Correspondence. [Wiile obi columns ure 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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