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Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXI SWEETWATER'S REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Agatha Webb. ' THE 1IAN OF KO REPUTATION CHAPTER XXI STiTEETTn-ATER's REASOKS. And With -this assumption of her perfect knowledge as to vrho tho mnn Vns who had entered Mrs. Webb's house, how much eneier it is to under stand why she did not lift her head ?when she heard him descend tho stairs ! No -woman, -jyen one so depraved os she, would irish to see ? the handsome face of her lover in the glare of a freshly committed crime, and besides, she might very easily be afraid or mm, hit n man nns uui a blow for 'the suddenly detected witness of his crime unless that witness is his confidante, which from every indication ? Sweet-water felt bound to b.'lievo Amabol wns not. Her flight to the Zabel cottuge, after nn experience which would madden jnoBt -women, can now be-understood. She was following 'her lover. Tho plan of mating Agatha's old and wretched friend amenable for her death originated with Frederick -and '- not with Amabel. It was ho who first started for the Zubel cottage. It w...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Piles Permanently Cured. YEARS OF AGONY ENDED BY BILE BEANS. 'In the interests of thousands of; fellow creatures who may be suffering as I have, I desire to testify as to the efficacy of your Bile Beans for. my trouble,' Btivs Mr. Alfred Hopkins, of 45 Princess 'Street, Church Hill Syd ney. ' I have been a terrible. sufferer for over two years from Piles, and al though I have tried nearly every so called cure, and undergone the pangs of pain to an almost suicidal degree, I found no relief until two .weeks ago. My trouble seriously incapacitated me from my work generally. I, how ever, obtained work at a prominent Club as waiter, but again hnd to give it up. I saw an advertisement in one of the papers, and determined to give your pills a trial, so I purchased a box from the Red Cross Chemist in Lower George Street. The first night I took one, the second night I took three, and for several nights I took three, and then two, and sometimes one on alter nate nights, and by the lime I had ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Gazette Notices. Notice.; is given in the Gazette of June 26th., . that rent on the under mentioned leases is due, and if not paid within 30 days the- said leases are liable to cancellation : — No. 269, g.l. :2, County Narromiue, parish Mingelo, area 22 acres. ? . : No. 325, g.l. 3 (yPythes & Mooney), rCourity Narromine, parish IVTing-do, i ^i»R,20i«eeOT.^;--^^-O-i ...-?' ?? j No.'4d7j o.r-. 1, County -Nariomme. parish Mingelo, area 2 roods ? in per- ] ches. ?. No. 700, g.l. G, Myalls 'United G.M. Coy., County Narromine, parish Bul gandramine, area 3 acres.

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

TOMINGLEY. (From Qv&Qws Ooeresposbent.) Mining matters are not too brisk just now. Tke 'John Norton' bat tery has been silent for some tiine, but last week worked a couple of day shifts. ' J Messrs. dwlnirst h.ivo recently crushed CO tons for 45 ozs. smelted g»ld, A new devclopincut is occur ring in their mine. An increase of niiucnd is showing below the 200ft luvisl, containing gold in a very re fractory tfeto. If it oontiuuns thoy will be coiajtcllpd to resort to concentrating. Some tests' from the pan tailings show that gvj?-J hi a. rofractory state is escap 11(T 1'fWlllirll ikilJt* ill atunll «i*.n.«^!* I..n so fniv J A slight but unmistakablo fall of . «uow oi-cunvd horo «u Friday last, and ? w;i6 followed on the following morning * \ l-y a treumiuloim frost, one of the . 'J worst 6u-?n here for yours. -It is con sidered t1mt rniii could not do much i good here just now, but it is rather long since wu had any of any note, and ' ngruTiltairali.its would feel much' safer ...

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COST OF GROWING WHEAT. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

COST OF GROWING WHEAT. {To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) Sir, — I would like if you could find 3pace for the following in your ^widely ?circulated paper. I did not intend to ?n rito again on the above subject, but Mr. -}rinunett has run the ' different articles of my letter into one; another, ?which would take a Philadelphia law yer to make head or. toil* of' them. 'Other items he has left put altogether. ?Acnordinff to his letter one. would think I had retired and all' at once ?awoke again. Xf Mr. Grimmett had read -the. Express, he would have seen there that I was alive, butiiad to take my stock away, iind travelling with stock in a time like this isnotall 'beer and skittles.' Then I was laid .up,' and a sick bed is not' all pleasure.-' I ani I 'well aware that the above has -nothing to do with the subject at issue, and I have only mentioned it to let1 Mr. Griinmett see- that I . quite understand the spirit in which he: is writing. 7. 1 Jail to seo any great wrong that I hare K:o...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

A Curling Tongs Tra gedy ' Oh : iJam-liulv, whrrc nrt tlum ? ' w.iilv.l thu'yiiuug lndy as she dropjied iJi'i ton^s duwu h«r hack. I5ut why Znu-liuk? On oiiqiiiry, Zam-IJuk, proves tu l»n t!iu most up-to-date reiu«sly f--r buniF, sores, eczema, piles hoita, rheunintisin, hliH' uock, chapiMsd ninl criifknd Iiandn, luiultago oud' p. !njKt t-f skin tmaiilcK. Tliis remedy is . ji'-ji- 1 )? hurbal »iuil nil -iie properties are tjl-ni into the eigtmti (hnjugii ijxe p-^rrs of tho 6ltiri. A I'iicf. sum-is, po'r will he 5pnt you on receipt of a penny stamp frir j-o?tnjjn. Address : ^Ihe Ziui-iwli Coy., Sidney. F'ir Oliildr- n's Hackinp Cough at ni:rUt, \Vou;ls.!Orc-!« Pej):'irj;iTii Can.

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

, w Tffl^LABQtflt B*KT*- (To ihi Editor Peak Hill ExpnsB.) ., (Continuing my address on thoajbove.) - But, as' Mr. 'Chairman, tho questions of DepartnieutarGoverjiment as far, as discussing the party is concerned, are erreleyaut, atid to bring the speakers into /order I hereby quote the '37 Aits of Itorlumient, the establishuient of 'whioli llie .'Labourites rt maintain 'their representatives Vrere in6'tiu;nentnl iii having placed up6n the- Statute Hook 01 tms Htate. These represent about 10 years' work :— Conciliation find Arbitration Act of 1801. — Parkee; ?the Electoral Act of 1893.— -Dibbe.; the Labor Settlement Act of 1893.— -Dibbs; fhe work of the first Labor Party. The Land Tax Act of 1895,— Eeid; the Land. Act of 1895.— Eeid ; the Income $as Act of 1895.— Eeict; the Hogue Franchise Act, 'giving vote? to the police,' 1895.— Eei4j,^w6*|^ij- ing Act 'AniehdnieutSjWhiftli lowered ?the miners' rights from £l'U) 5s, ^also reducing the 'cost -jf 'Occupation Leases from .£17 J^sto £...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

WHAT ABOUT ' ' '.' ' '/? ?-. . : ? .; ?* ?: ' -. ??. ' ?? '' ? ^ HATS? m 91. $Wdon Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL. WEielaR&Siicreest, SOLICITORS, Forbes and Parkes. Me. M. J. Gilcreest 'will atteud the Peak Hill Couiits . when retained. ' . Ji. JACIJSON,', + r- \ CpmiSaioirAgCTit, PeakHill,' V,'!.;. 'r undertakes to send Bmall 1 ? : '?? parcels to ;. Hobabt, Tajhta^a. NOTICE. WE PEAK HILL ANNUAL SHOW, is to be held on Wednesday & Thursday, 22nd & 23rd July. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS OFFERED. Look out for Schedules. A. MILES, Secretary, Pastures Protection Board, Diibbo. NOTICE. rpHE DUBBO PASTURES PKOTEC-' JL ? TION BOARD herety offer a BON0S : of ? :. ????.' '?'.*?'? .-' 20s on GROWN DINGO SCALPS, : ' - 10s for PUPS. A Certificate must bo sent, with each scalp from the owner of the run on 'which the scalp is obtained, certifying tlsatit iu,ft 'Wild- Dog 6calp. ' .??_??.- --. R. a. DULHUNTY, Secretary r - * ^, Pastures...

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

Original CorrespondenGe. ? . .. — ? [While our columns are at all times open for the publication of matter calculated to.fce of interest to oar readers, we da notiie csBsarUy identify ourselves, -with .tie opinions eSpfessScl under this heading.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

LATEST TELEGRAMS .[By Wire.] A severe dust storm nt Broken Hill has interfered with Dr. McCarthy's rain making. . The British mine started another shift yesterday. .There are now 390 men employed. Mr. Solomon gave notice yesterday of a Bill to remove the 100-mile from Sydnej- limit in the Capital provision, so as to enable a site near Sydney to be chosen. The Censure motion was again post poned. l Mr. O'Sulhvan defended his policy last night, and said not one public work had been undertaken which was not necessary or reproductive. Dr. Ross declared that he would no longer support the Government. There is one fresh ense of small pox at Launceston. . . ? The value of imports to Sydney for the week ending Jnne 27th L341,255, aud exports to Ll 1,599.

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Tomingley Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Tomiiiigley Progress Association. A ballot 'in connection -frith- Hie Committee ?forthe above. took place oii Mouday, the^2rid in6t,, and resulted .asfollewai-ii'-- - - ??' ' ;J.-.Ji McC.uddep, . . v ., -'62 votes . T. Goldiiig:, ajlnr., . . . . 61 ^, . J* P. Eeilly, :'.', ? .. .. 59 „ - W.Hawes,/.'; .. ..52 ,- H. J, Maker, . . ... 52 „ J. W.Lees,', . -.;.-' .. 51 „ F. C. Dawes, . . . . . 44 „.-.'. W, Maker, jum\, .. ? . . 44 „ . -? John Tattersall .. .. .40 ,/ E.Sullivan .. ., . . 39 „ C. McKinlay , .. ..38 ,- E. R.-.Turner .. . . V35 „ A.J-'Mpy . »' .'. ...'33 „ T.Phillips ..' .... 33 „ ;G^H.Ci!owhurst .... 32 „ Chas. Walker .. .. 29 „ Jos. Crowhiirst . . ' . . 22 „ ' - E.G.Makor .. ' .. 21 „ ? C. Eeilly ... .. . ., . 21 „ ~ The first 12 were duly declared . elected, . Much interest was manifested in the elgctipu. ... ...,??. -? :_?? At a meeting held later the follow*; ing office-bearers were elected: - .-??* President ; T. Goldiiig, Esq. ? Vice-presidents: Messrs. j,' W. Lees an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Weeds' Great Peppermint Cure, for ':-.u:-.= a:\i C-»:.; .-.v-vv f?:I«. ip «d .' ?; EBab^^ipLT3^I903r.. ;?''

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

Concert* ' A concert for the purposo ot raising funds to procure new soa.ting accom modation for the Wosleyan Methodist Church, was given by the. Sunday School children, . assisted .^foy. theii* teachers in tho local 'Church'' during the evening. The building was well filled with a large and appreciative audience. Mr. Penberthy presided; The proceedings were oponed at 8 p.m. with an instrumental duet. Thou followed action soncrs. dialogues solos, duets, recitations, drills &c.j all being feriderecl in :';a pleasing man ner, and reflecting . great credit on their instructors. Deserving of special mention was an instrumental duet, on the Piano and violin, by two little dots — Amy'and Sarah Birnie. Tho man* rier in which these two little girls rendered their piece was wonderful, . and reflects groat credit on Mr. Laing — their tutor. Towards the close, of . the programme Mr.' Perifeertlrjf thanked the audience for ihoir attend* anco and appreciation. The proceed-' ings wore end...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Does it Wash? | GET IT AT ? i.-|

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

fo,' ,Piey Saiy. TliRttho attendance was sot quite so large as last y^ajr. Thai tiiia was, no 'doubt, due to the ?finnncinl doprosaion existing. That F. Hajtxlen won three out of the' four principal erents. That some heavy frosta have been esperioncod lately. ? ? That snow fell in several places throughout the district last week. That, ploughing operations still go on. Tlint much new land around this centre lias been put under crop during the current yen r. ? That the show is drawing close. That entries close on the ICth inst Tint thiB is only two weeks hence — . a fact exhibitors should not lose sight , (it. That Peak Uili is increasing its population rapidly. .: 'Tlint no loss than five 'spanking now' babies were hotii last week, .; ThatC^glftnVroiB'iU'kB, re the de clining birtlirato, cannot iefer to this corner of the Stnfco at nil events. That Exhibitors :oj horses at the-' show sJiould remember there are plenty of loose boxes nt Freeman's. — A That die rolls of those entitled ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

'-'??????-?;??' ???' '. ?'??;;?; 4^'TB^gL- STREET, ,; ?/ , ..;? ??'??? ? ' ??'?'- j -1 ? -'--'-V - ' ~ ' ?'?'?' ».. '' ' S. W. SWAiti, - - Proprietor. ONE^Jj'-THE OLDEjp ApD BEST.'SOTE^mr:#^rWWN.'*; ' Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. v ? :. ' At-Eirjaai^:*^ ' ????; First-daes IJilliiira Ropay/^V^. '?«?/ ??;/?.--- * ;:'J^-. ^pod jStabling; The Public aoqtiajiifed; wjt^liis iXq^J^^.ite.^d^Teputfttioii, wd strangers jpa&bnising it m& M-fe|ty- satisfied vrith jthe result / . ? ? ?' . '' ''??7*A:--Z;-~Z' .-:-~i.jJ-~?:' '?'?? ?? ''''??:?'?'?- '' . -.? Massey-lfarris Bicycles. Massey-flarris Bicycles. .-?:.-. ?*:.' s^~* -*??:$&? :^r'j~-- ?? :? ???'?? ???'???????:?.-?-?.'?:? , . ? ... .. '..'. -?? ? ?.?y-'fi.-:, ''«%»!;'??' '?-?.'????.?.??.'- .'''?. Best in ease of TUnii5iig, V Be^t in strength of &ame, ? .. .?;???,,;/?.- v-.v-7] Best in hill-climbing. , Best in speed. Best in lionest value We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, and Profess...

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McPhail Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

''M^hsiaI;^pQi^r#; Oolossal- .weather predominated i ot tho McPhail sports, held on Monday last. : These sports have, come to be looked upon by. the residents as then* nnnuallijjiny-oftt'-- Iha-ol^eojle with tho caves of a long life stamped unmistakably upon them, were there lants with the ladios of their -choice were strikingly in evidence. Mondny'a sports/ though falling short of last year's event, in the matter of attend ance (no doubt causad by. the prevail^ ing ' liard timus ?'), .^was nevertheless ; witUossed by a large concourse of people. A good number turned up fi-om Tbiriingley aiitl district, as also froin Peak Hill-. The .'entries for the various events were not largo. . ; Mr. F. Hardes succeeded in carryi ing oiT the prize in. thueo of the prin* utpal events, ^and.tlie ease with which ho did.so;-oKb'ed the races, to a great oxtent, of 'their iutere'.st, Mr. Hardes. is auall rpiirid ethlete, arid apparent! ?ly .requires PQvore haudicapping when iriigom^y]^ith;loca.} tial...

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

PLATINA. Mining in this place is very quiet at the present time. .A4ew of the old claims are. still raising wash. It is rumored a party of miners have got iaid from ? the f prospecting vote to try ? some country between Platina and Fifield. Last week O'Neill and party got ' some nice specs of gold in the northern end of the old lead, varying from 1 to 2J dwte. This lead is well -imrf.il urnnnor.f.iTi'o' T+. ia -rci/*lAiif. it must have startei ' *Ji shallow ground, somewhere in the vicinity of Fifield.' Puddling has beeniu full svrin'g fpr the last three, weeks, the following being a list of washings : — Brettan and party, 20 loads, I4s 6d per load. Ferguson and Jones, 24 loads, 17s' per load. _ Tom Steel and Garland, 13 loads, 19s per load. ?_' ?- . ' '??''. F. Pike and party, 20 loads, 2le. rmrln.id. ? ?? Jones and Bourke, 50 loads, 15s per load. ? O'Neill, arid party,-.s9 loads, lls per load. ' . - G. Wilcox and Kelly, 14 loads, 2.5s perload.-: » -, Hall and B.jGood, 12 loads, 14...

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Mining. REEFING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

MJniiig; - BEEFING. ' Mining matters, on the hill, have slumped considerably, thie' week, ow* ?ing to the crushings not turning out to expectations. Tuckwell and Party, on the Crown, crushed 330 tons for a little over 1 dwt to the ton. . Schmidt, from the Bobby 'Burns, put through eleven loads, 2A- dwta to the load. Davis and Bowman (Gormaus)j crushed 11 loads with unsatisfactory results. , Ai nMa cl ati ^ art A nni-lir 'J ^n^nn 1 J 111 cleaned up 7 loads for an average of about 7dwts. DeLacey, on the Union hill, has ap plied for a 2 acre lease. lie is open ing up a small vain which prospects well. : .,*--.' On.tJie Bobby Burns, Hams Bros, are breaking a crushing out of the hard lode. Previous erushings fipjii this lode have yielded as much as 9^ dwts, the average beiug'a liltlo he'ttcr than 4 dwtei This, at the present* rate; of crushing would pay wages, as.. the' lode will average 3 ft in width/ ''and. ? the length of the schute is not known. In the 'Eastern,' T. Frazer and party ...

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