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

The Judge on the bench, the lordly M.P., The man on the stage, whoever he be, The lawyer so grave, the jolly Jack tTar. The etern-visaged soldier who's been in the war, The hard-working man, the knowing M.D., -- Allhappeuon this one point to agree — That jor-very bad colds the thing to proenre is W. E. Woods' -GbeatPephetiiikt ..Core. ' ' . ? . - .' For Chronic - Chest Complaints Woods' GreatPepperJftintCure.-^-le 6d . For Bronchial Coughs take Wood's - ^ jrreat Beppermint Cure; ifi ^dj ? '

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

PARKES. Some of the claims are doing well at the London. Harvey and party have put up a 'large' puddling machine. A tank of a thousand yards has been excavated and pump put in. While this was being done, and they ware waiting for water, two big heaps of washdirt were got up. One of theBe consisting of 620 loads of yellow dirt, wns put through for a return of about five pennyweights to the. load. This paid the party about L70 per man ?f'nv' fVll'AA ivinnfllfl' wrm'1- ninnv rtf ot_ penses, and the second heap of about 250 !oad6 of red dirt is to, the good. This will bo put through a battery* It is expected to -a give payable re turn. Pepper and Franks have got a good bit;oi washdirt on the surface. Garner and party have a claim that is going pretty well -and McMurray and party have' a claim the results of which are. encouraging. — JEvamina;

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

ALLUVIAL. On Paddy's Flat, Finlay Frazer and party are breaking more wash which is a good sign they were satisfied with their last clean-up. ? ? CaTlaghnu and party, in the same locality, are down about 70 feet, and will bottom early next week. Coleman and party, in Matthews' paddock, continue to work their show and although tho prospects are encour aging, nothing payable, so far, has been met with. On the Old Boulder, life is still in existence, aud in the Jiear future, in all probability, will ape the manners of a youngster again. D. Hogan aud party, at a depth of 60ft., are breaking some nice looking wash. Some years ago -several small crushings were taken out of this claim for a return of about 7dwte. to the load. There was about 18 inches of washi Hogan and party, in prospecting what was. left fortho bottom, jmS. ;: !'thf?t' H\c : bottom j)rpspoctejB^nal-||ii;:i!iai; which now have^facajsb'r- from 'Sit. 6ii-. to 4 feet of wasli, with gold still in iho hot- ' torn. It is the int...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Local and General. Entries for the Show close on the 16th inst.j-^leBs than a fortnight hence; The Electoral Boll of all entitled to vote, is now open for inspection at the local Post Office; Mr J: W. Dalzeli who opened the local branch of the Bauk of Austral asia, is now in Forbes on the sanio mission. . ? Mr. H. H. Cooke, J.P., at one time Member for the Ashburnam Elector ate, died last; week. .-...'... It is annonnced flint Mr. A. Si Bal combe, of Coradgery, has been asked to allow himself to be nominated for the Ashburnani seat at the next election. On Saturday last the privileges in connection with the forthcoming show, were submitted ^to public auction by Mr. H'. N-. Gibson, Commission' Agent, realisingthe following prices :— Right of Tattersall's ^11, Publican's Bodth £12, No. 2 Refreshment stall, £\ 10s. No.l Refreshment stall is still for sale, having been passed in. This stall carries with it ^the right of pro viding at least 60 .members of the committee with' luncheon at ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Sights. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

Sydney Sights. Visitors to the city -will have nothing to complain about in the shape of quantity and quality at the evergreen Qydorama. Besides the exciting and life-like battle scene there is a. host of attractions including our old friend Daphne in a new and marvlleoua role. The Magicians Gave, described as a Marvel in Magic, and quite a ? number of interesting Eights, not last among them bing a now cine matograph with all new films.

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

Prize Winners in the Bile Beans Competi tion. The competition arranged by the Bile Beans Manf'g. Coy. in their ' A Guide to health ' pamphlet ha6 now been closed. The following aro the principal prize winners : — First prize fell to Mr. John Weir, of 85 Darling St., BalmSin, Sydney, for 421 signatures ; Second prize £5, Miss E Wassell, of Rangiora, Teneriffo, Bris bane, for 247 signatures ; Special prizo £5 to Mr. Michael Scaulon, of Nunibugga, Boga, N.S.W. The five £1 prizes fell to Miss Edith Swalwell of Hood St., Witainnift, N.S.W., Miss Ada Fletcher, Porcival St., West Kogorab, N.S.W. ; Miss Matthews Sand Bank, Uocky Glen P. 0.' via Guimedoli, N.S.W. ; Mr. G. A. Bolz, William St., Itockhampton, Q., and Mrs. F. Harvey, of Western Rd., Par rainatto, Sydney. There' were also tci prizes of IOs, and twenty of 5s distributed, together -with 460 minor awards. Wo are informed that this competiton incited great interest nnd tho numerous prizes wero keenly con tested. The Bile Bean Mnnf'g...

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P.A. and H. Association [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 3 July 1903

P.A. and H. Association A meeting of tho Committee of the above was held at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday last the 27th -hist. There were present : Mr.. C. ?&,'? Hunifrey (in fcho chair), iStratiorn, | 3jampe, Ray, i);;voy, Joues, ifiihsonj Matthevps, Potto. %a n.^. .T» pk - son; NowbigKing, ?a^'^ng''' : After the prelimiriag'' Ijusseosb Jiad been dealt with vtlie a2)poi»tiiisni. of fresh judges to fill the places of those who had declined to act, was proceeded with. *at stock and pigs : Mr. Tink of Dubbo .was appointed to act in place of Mr. Bransgrove. Colonial and daiiy produce : Mrs. Jacob Matthews in lieu of Mrs. Davey. .Collection of minerals : Mr, Arthur in lieu of Mr. Johnson. Blood Stock: Mr. S. L. West, -Bogan Gate, in place of Mr. Phillips. Draught Stock : Mi\ E. H. Braith waite, in lieu of Mr. Oalvert. Poultry Steward : Mr. J. Gibson in place of Mr. C. F. Stephens. It was decided that the Supplemen tary Schedules should be issued forth with. In regard to the S...

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

Police Court. At the local Police Court, on Satur- day last, before Messrs Gibson and Matthews Js P., a young man named Samson was arraigned on a charge of stealing the sum of £3 from the resi- dence of Mr F. J. Millgate, Tomingley. Accused who was arrested by Constab- le Williams, pleaded guilty. Mr Millgate stated, that as far as he was concerned, he would not care to see the Bench inflict a severe penalty. Sergeant Brayne said that he had   known the accused from childhood. To his knowledge he had never pre- viously been charged with any offence. A fine of 35s was imposed.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

-.„ ~^vt*'^' ' ? *—i'T'''^nn^rTTnB* itj'tt mi . ? » istmisIti {While our columns are at all times open {or the pubUuntiou of mntter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not nc cpssarUT identify ourselves with the opinion* pxj)iie*'etl under this heading.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

I'uc Children's ITnrkiiig Cough nf ..iiJirht^JVmjilB' Great Puiipcrniiut'Curc. -.is -$;;??-' ? , ? - '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

DEBILITY. A REMARKABLE CURE. Th« O«M of Mrs, E. YEAtMAN. (Bt OOB BXPOBTEB.) Everyone capable of forming a judgment upon the matter will readily admit that the reporter's time was well employed when he elicited the following information from 'Mrs, Emma Yeatman, shopkeeper, of Sooth street, Granville, whose own wordi were :— ' I was eo weary and weak after an at tack of influenza some eight years back that I really thought I was sinking away. My weakness was to pronounced that for two months I was confined to ray bed; and there is no doubt that I had a spell of terrible hardships. It wai an uncommon thing for me to get an/ sleep, as my brain was so un naturally actire that! could do nothing but think and think till morning; and the worst part of it was that my thoughts were never pleasaut ones. There was always trouble looming ahead ia my mind, and, likely enough, my spirits sank to a very low ebb Such a melancholy condition I had never been in before; for whatever was said or done to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

--? ' - Your : 'Old ^^^ffp^'-- BIRf ; WUNSCH, IS STILT. .WITH YOU. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. YOU ..CANNOT DO BETTER THAN. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. Lowest Prices -- Best Meat. H PEARS, Family -&? Butcher, MCPHAIL. While thanking his numerous customers for their patronage in the poet, hopes by trict attention to business to merit a continuance of Eame. SMALL GOOD A SPECIALITY. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ? Cash Butchery, CASWELL STREET, PEAK HIL, - - . (Opposite Tattersall's Hotel.) ; PROPRIETOR. °y' SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. MacKay & Grant, PAINTERS & TRIMMERS, are at PEAK HILL For a Few Weeks Only, and are prepared to undertake -work at REASONABLE RATES. SULKIES PAUi?Eip0M£210™pwards, BUGGIES FROM £4. Persons desirous, of having their vehicles renovated should apply to — Care J. BAKES, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, Peak Hill. GHAS. McKINLEY, BEGS to announce that he has commenced a Stock & Station Agency BUSINESS AT TOMINGLEY. Clients , ^personally ' and promp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

This is not a Bad Way BUT ? I WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot With Lemon at BEDTIME ? Is an ftbsolutc Preventive m \ and Care for m \COLOS& INFLUENZA^ C. F. Haynes, HAIRDRESSER. HAS LEASED Jackson's Saloon. Strict attention to your wants. THE Annual Bazaar, in aid of the CATHOUC CHURCH - BUILDING FUND, . will be held in MU ft ft ELLS HALL, on the 21st, ,22nd, 23rd & 24th July. (Show Week. ) J. H. SOUTEE, Hon. Sec. Hairdressing Saloon. M. HARTAS, begs to notify the residents of Peak Hill and district, that he has OPENED X FIRST-CUSS HAIRDRESSING SALOON, in the premises adjoining D. W. BARNETT'S BUTCHER'S SHOP, in. Cas well Street. Civility and Attention accorded to all. Royal Hotel, TOMOGLEY. J. P. REILLY, PROPRIETOR. The Leading House of the District Special attention is accorded the Travelling Public. Good' Drink, 'Good Tables, Good Stabling, with the best of ac commodation in all things. The Proprietor is ever pleased to welcome old friends and make the acquaintance of new. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

luipounded T?R0M Mungery, on the 3rd July, .1303, JL - % orderof A. C. Eiird, Esq. . 1 Brown fiUy, draught, stripe, bind feet trhite, no brands -visible, 16J- hands, 3 years. 1 Bay filly, 'bally face, bind feet white and near fore foot while, like W very faint, near shoulder, 15 hands, 2 years. If not reWjedSrill be sold 23rd July, 1908 J.-rASaUHAESON, Pounokeeper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

Indigestion and Bili ousness. ' It is with pleasure that ' I write you re the medicinal virtues of Bile Beans,' says Mr. A. W. Lee, of Vic toria Eoad, Sydney. 'For about fifteen years I have, been a great sufferer from biliousness and indiges tion. In that period I hare tried all the patent medicines of any note, and occasionally I would derive a little benefit from them, but not lasting any time, and it would return worse than ever. When I had any bad attacks my complexion would be as yellow as saffron, and it was hard to get along with my work. I consulted doctors, but, strange to say, I could not get any satisfaction, and the reason I gave Bile Beans a trial was in this way : I went* to the doctor ' and he gave me a prescription, which I took to the Che mist ; and, strange to say, it was the pills I got;and I had seen Bile Beans before, and the ones I got in return were for all the world like Bile Beans. Since that time I have always kept Bile Beans in the house. I am healthy and...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

Local 5Snd Geiieral. Committeejneeting of the P. A. & H. Association to-morrow. Entries for tliesj jo w mu^t be in not later than. Thursday next, otherwise double fee will be charged. Since the supplementary schedule was published additional prizes have been offered. These ax-pear in another column. The programme of events ' at the show will be we]l worth seeing and visitors ?will not be disappointed. Speaking oh mining matters at Forbes, the Gaiette says : ' There's a number of rumors of gold finds about but we cannot get anything sufficiently solid to -warrant our publishing them. Several mining speculators have visited the -town reccutly, and gone away dissatisfied.' Don't jc_ry (jgor jjggilt jnilk — be glad it was .not'eream! ' *??? \ Mr. W. S. Oxley charged with arson at Parkes, .was sentenced to four years penal servitude at the Forbes quarter on Friday last. Notice is given in this issue that anyone found trespassing in the pad docks of Mr. Geo Sharkcy will be prosecu...

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McPHAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

McPHAIL. Anent the recent accident at Mc Phail, some five years ago a miner named Buckley met his death under exactly similar Conditions on tho same day of the week — Friday, and was buried on the Sunday. The members of the Oddfellows Lodge now meet at the Commercial Hotel, as do also the Progress Com mittee. At this hotel the wants of all are catered for by the popular Host — Mr. Stafford, in a thoroughly business and up-to-date manner.

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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

Mining'. Brodie's Battery has been running for the past week on stone from the old Crown. The ore. is of a low grade, but with the cyanide, should show a profit 4o the' owners..' Besides, while tha battery is running, something like 15 hands are employed, which is a grc'at consideration theso' hard times. Av eraging the wages at 7s per day, means approximately L180 per month. On the Bobby Burns, Schmidt and party are sinking a shaft in the dyke formation. The ore is worth about 3 dwts to fiie ton. As some very good 6chutes have been Struck in this for mation there is every chanco of one of them being found in' fhe present shaft. On the same property, Harris Bros, have about 15 loads broken which they will crush as soon as the battery is av ailable.' Tuckwell and party are breaking ore in their new tribute, on the Crown. The ore is being taken out more care fully than was the oase with the last crushing, and the result,, no doubt, will be more satisfactory.

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Sheep Stealing [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

-'??/ Blie^l?tfeaiiiafe^ Tt would appear that sheep stealing is still very prevalent in this district. During the week, Mr. (reo. Sharkey informed us'.tlmt he had lost no less than 25 within -the past fortnight. Sheep are now' valuable property, and ^onsiddring;thev'gretit' losses. -^.SFljich owners have' been subjeotei:^!^^ they can ill-afford to be deprivecf nT this respect Any thief . or '? theives caught will. no doubt receive? s. well merited lesson. In the meantime it would -be well if owners of sheep were to keep a sharp ...look out on their flocks. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

CAMBRIDGE CIitFB HOTEL, . CASWELL STREET, - S. W. SWAIN, - - Proprietor. I ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. I Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. I AUETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THROUGHOUT. I First-class Billiard Room. - Good Stabling. I The Public acquainted with this Hotel .know its good reputation, , and ? strangers patronising it trill be fully satisfied with the result. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. ' The best Wheel' I Best in construction* I Best in ease of running. I Best in strength of frame, I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I Best in iill-climfeingr — *?* — I Best in speed. I Best in honest value. I We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur. I and Professional. I Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, I 357 George-st», Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylw & Co., Peak Hill. CARRINGf ON .'. HOTEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. YV7TSHES to notify the Public o{ Peak Hill-and Surrounding District that lie is carryi YY on the above well-known H...

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