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

OUR RUGS & BLANKETS i -Are Worth Watching! - SATS ? ' ?? .-: Jacksons! Does it Wash ?j^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

WHETHER % 3 You know the value of the g goods you purchase from us I ' ' . OR NOT, is immaterial. ? o ? We Base Our Prices on a FAIR PROFIT, ' Not get all you can principle.' That's why we sell so many ? Hot ^^S^^ ~'^^^^7 __i_^Mtt^^^^^^£S8!S^£ '' UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, JACKSON'S Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL Whelan&Gilcreest, S O L I C I TO R S , Forbes and Parkes. Mis. M. J. Gilcreest will attend the Peak Hill Courts . when retained. J. JACKSON, Commission Agent, Peak Hill, undertakes to send small '?'. ???-.. - . ? parcels to a- ? : , . ? Hobabt, Tasmania.. ... .._ ... j,.-. NOTICE, THE PEAK HILL ANNUAL SHOW, is to be held on Wednesday & Thursday, :22nd & 23rd July. ?SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS OFFERED. Look out for Schedules. A. MILES, Secretary. Important Auction Sate. Friday, July £4, at 10 a.m. H. N. 'GIBSON, (in conjunction with W. B. Witts e,) 'TTYAS been favored with instructions JLjL -from \V. H. Cochrane, Esq.,...

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

They Say. f ': -^Hbthi the show is dravpingclose^ : i^^H ;#int, shoulS - fine weather wmil, ; ^$Wm ?.-; Thntontr^BtloBeoJi.Thurfl Jay nest :&t^H — don't forget.- , ' ? ' '-2 ' '.?'j^B That after Thursday exhibits Willie '-Wwt charged double fee. : ; , i'S^H That the show gvound, under ti»' 'if^B supervision of Messrs. Hing and Hand v-'^B is- looking as nice and aatty as a bright ;5 ':/r3m new sixpence. ? - ?' ^v'sHj That the improvements are going i-ftt^S ahead like a house on iirc ' '? .''?''^IS -That exceedingly «old weather is . '''??t^H being- experienced loeaHy. . -:;^S That tho standard wage for oarpen- - ^ffl tere at Pretoria (S. Africa, is. £6 1 6s . M per week, ? ? .' '? \::W& That some good enhies are expocted ^S for the show races, - «|1 That love makos a young man Bober 'r:W$ and an old man giddy. . 3 That Boles Hotel is the most popu- /::^M larkoBlAerjiatown—0 ' Y^W That according to the Natrominu 'S New*, Narrominb lacks the patriotism : ?-??'-$ and ene...

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

Local Cemetery. 'Onv^ecluesday last, in accordance with Ids promise Aid. Hand visited the ceiiietery, and spent the greater portion of the day in clearing and burning off rubbish. Though he got through a good deal of work much yet remains to be done, in order that the sacred spot may boar a presentable appearance. There were other gentle men who promised to accompany Mr. Hand, but who did not do so. The cemetery is - a public concorn, and f or its appearance the public are respon sible. What is required is -for some ' ono to move in the matter and. organ- ise a party when the ??undergrowth. springing up would bo soon. made short work of. Surely, there are people in the town willing to. sacrifice at least one day a year for this most com- -. mendable cause. -

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

Burning Accident. A daughter of Mr, W. Harris met with- a very painful burning accident, which might liave been much more serious, a . night or two ago. It ap pears that she was carrying a lighted kerosene lamp through a room in which a temporary door was erected. As she was passing through, the door fell on to the lamp, and smashing it caused tho contents to be splashed over hor neck and ear, causing very severe burns. '- ? : ?

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

Original Correspondence. (WTjile our columns nre at all times open for file publication of matter calculated to be of interest to our readers, we do not ne cessarily identify ourselre* vrith the opinions expressed under this heading1.]

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Talk of the Town [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

??' ^alkofthe^o^rit That another £50 has beon allotted to Peak Hill from the Drought Relief Fund. That said relief has been the sal vation from starvation, of quite a number of residents in this district. That the local committee have had toput their best foot forward to satrety, in some manner, the numerous applicants. ' . That the chap who wcund up his application, with the expressed wish that he hoped the 'drooth had broke but that the funds would lost for. ever*' got an extra amount. That tho Myall fatality caused great excitement in Peak Hill. That the deceased, AVilliam. Tatter sall,- -was deservedly, highly popular with all who knew him. That 'in this case the. hand of fate apparently was upon him. That only the day previous to his death he had a narrow escape from drowning, ; ? That Mr. ' Fred ' Seymour ' by the living jingo,' is now a full-blown pastoralist. That he -was tho fortunate appjicanif for 'the area of 123 acres up for. selec tion at Dubbo last week. ..; ?? That h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

(To tht Editor Peak Hill Express) Sir, — My attention has been drawn to ajar in your paper, in which it is stated that I am to contest the Elector ate of Condobolin under the banner of Carruthers. il now write to state that I have given Vo pledge to contest the electorate under any party banner. My£8iipprt hitherto has been given me by the electors without party aid, and until the next election policies of both Government and Opposition are more definitely enunciated, I remain an In dependent, and as an Independent, the policy which I should like to see carry, the polls in New South Wales, would be as nearly akin to the balance policy of New Zealand as circumstances will permit. O£ course, at the present time, the difficulty of raising loans in London brings the .question of finan cial reform to the fronfas the para mount issue, and the present Treasurer in his Cowra speech has dwelt upon the necessity for drastic reform. Re garding this I merely repeat what I published in my electi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

LICENSING COUET. B. Boles and E. E. Murrell were granted booth licenses.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

SMALL DEBTS COtBT. Weit v Fish and Snow. Verdict against Fish for full amount claimed. McGhiinness v Bitch. Amount claimed 9s, for damage to harness and vehicle hired. The plaintiff was non suited on the grounds that he was claiming from the wrong party.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

Current Quotations Messrs. Harrison. Jones and Devlin furnish us with the following current wholesale quotations : Wheat : Whole grain, 4s 8d to 4e 9d; other qualities in proportion, according to sample; i-rime heavv N.Z. oats, 2s «d to 2s 8Ad : smiling, 2s -9d to 2s lOd ; inferior, from Sr; prime river in.aizo, 3s yd to 3s 6d ;? ? -other qualities, from. 3s 3d to 3s 4d ; ;barli'y, 3s 9d to 3s 10d; prime local chaff,' £(i to ^6 10s; extra choice, i?6 1 os to £.7 ; medium, £5 5s to £5 1 5s ; prime dry green luoeme hay, L3 15s to L I ; good, IA os to L3 10s ;' inferior, from L2 10fl-to.L3 ; small I ales inland J iiy, IA 10s to I-f .1.5s ; bran quoted at iOd to lOAil; pollard, lOJil to lid; ]'itj)toos, c.hoici1, L2 15s to 3d; good, L2 I Ob ; othoivqualities, from 30s.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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R. A. O. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

??-'?-? ? -B. A.O. B.— - — A large master of Buffs, was pre sent at the Lodge Room, Primo Staf ford's Hotel, McPhail, on Monday night the 29th ulto., to give ' Sir Knight ' Seymour, who is leaving the district, 'a send-off. After tho ordinary business, of the meeting had been dealt with, ' Sir Knight ' Seymour occupied the chair, and a candidate for the mysteries of Buffaloism was introduced and initi ated in proper 'style. Refreshments were then brought in and a little har mony-indulged in, several songs being rendered by the brethren. Primo Murray then, on behalf. of the brethren, presented the departing Bro. with a silver-plated salad bowl, as a wedding gift frain the members of Lodge Kippara, McPhail. In making tho presentation, he said he desired to express the regret felt by tho brethren at the loss to the Lodge of so willing a worker and bo worthy a Bro. aB ' Sir Knight ' Seymour, who was not only one of the founders of Lodge Eappara, but was the prime mover in having it firs...

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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 — 10 July 1903

TIIE LABOUR TARTY. [To the Eilit-or Ptah Kill Express.) '{Continuing my adilress on tho above.) ; Then after the good boy, subsequent t - yym-s of study and labor, has made himself efficient so that lie is worth ? Iwo or throe Inzy louts, he is told the -,? union ohiocta to him getting any extra l»ay over wliitt the l:tzy. lout gots, and ? '? further, objects to on -hpuij.1 jyer dis charging tha useless m:in. They arc -gradually creating a. mistrust among --H the thinking dfusses of the people in every diovo .they take. Tliey are nlso creating bitter enemies of working num in thoir own rank's by their cruel, relentless, intolemnt actiais towards tlie men. who daro to think for them fiulvep, and refuse to obeytiio Union's orders. The man who dares to refuse obedience once, is for ever nftenvarde , -«. east-out among them, and would not ' be allowed to work for nn honest liv ing if they had power to prevent him . fie their little minds think th.it he has voinmitted an unpardonable sin...

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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

WARDEN'S COUET. Mrs. Banks applied to be put in possession of a certain mining tenement situated in Derribong street, alleged to have been abandoned by Joseph Banks. Joseph Jackson also claimed owner ship by light of transfer from the bailiff. Mr. Pearce appeared on behalf of the latter applicant. The following was the docision of the bench': — ? . . . ? (1) 'Before Mrs. Banks could take up this tenement as abandoned prior registration — that is of Joseph Banks should have been cancelled.' . (2) That although the first execu tion in the case was null and void, that by virtue of the second execution which recited the original and was for a balance due for- an unsatisfied por-, tion of a judgment. That the. bailiff was. legally entitled to transfer tho land in question to Joseph Jackson, and that the registration of his name as holder of same was valid ; and consequently an order is hereby given that the said Joseph Jackson be put into possession of the land within seven days. Mrs. Ba...

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Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXI SWEET WATER'S REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

.Atatlia WeM)r THE MAN OF NO KEPTJTATION. CHAPTER XXI swjjktwater's eeasoxs. She hoped to sharo this money some day, and her greed was too great for her to let such an amount lie there un touched, while her caution led her to bury it deeper, even at the risk, of the discovery she was too inexperienced to fear. That she should forget to feign sur prise when the alarm of murdor was raised was vejy natural, nnd so was the fact that a woman with a soul eo blunted to all delicate instincts, and with a mind so intent upon perfecting tho scheme entered into by the mur derer of throwing the blame upon the man whose daggor had been made use' of, should persist in visiting the scone of crime and calling attention to tUo spot where that dagger had fallen. And so with her manner before her examiners. Baffling as that manner was, it still showed Btreaks of consis tency, when you thought of it as the cloak of a subtle, unprincipled woman, who sees among her interlocutors the guilty man whom by a ...

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

FUNERAL. The remains of the deceased were interred in the Tomingley cemetery on Sunday, the corpse being lowered into the same grave wherein his brother, who had been killed some years pre- viously, was buried. The funeral was one of the largest ever known in the district. The procession was nearly a mile long, and included between 700   and 1000 souls. Headed by a large   muster of members of the Buffalo   Lodge, six of whom acted as Pall-   bearers, the solemn precession wended   its tardy way to the last resting place   of the mortal remains of deceased.   The service at the graveside was con- ducted by the Rev. H. G. Wiltson.   The funeral arrangements were in the   hands of Mr. A. G. Litchfield, of Peak   Hill.   We sincerely sympathise with the   bereaved family on whom the blow has   fallen heavily, but trust ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

INQUEST. Mr. H. N, Gibson, J.P., District ?Coroner,held an enquiry at the Miners' Arms hotel, McPhnil, on Wednesday touching the death of deceased. . Mr. Hooke, Inspector of mines, was an attendance. The following jurymen were empan elled :— Messrs. Lees (foreman) Seilly Ferguson, Stafford, McDonnell, Wad nlell, McFarland, Hodges, Haloney, McCasland E. and W .F. Sullivan. Mr. Hocking was the first witness ?called. He deposed : Am General Manager of the Myalls United G. M. 'Coy. ; mining operations are conducted ?by William Parr in conjunction with myself ; both Mr, Parr and myself were -on the ground on day of occurrence ; know, the deceased-, he was a miner 'working on tribute ; Deceased and his mate were responsible for working ^operations, subject to the inspection ?of the mining officials \ the party had 'been working for about fire weeks, though deceased had been with them ?only about a fortnight ; during that fortnight made no personal examina tion, though believe Mr. Parr did...

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

OBITUARY. On Friday afternoon McPhail was thrown into a terrible state of gloom, when the alarm was raised that "Bill"   Tattersall had been buried by a fall of ground in the Myalls United mine. Instantly scores of willing hands proffered their assistance to rescue   him, but without avail, as unhappily it was obvious to those first on the scene — Messrs. Parr, Underground Manager ; Trethewey, Clarke, and Phil McAtamney — that the task was too great find the time all too limited.   Nevertheless, every effort was put forth and every risk taken that was possible, but all to no purpose. The unfortunate man was working along- side the old Myall Co's. workings, and the old ground, once started, kept continually coming. Before the body could be rescued the ground had to be securely timbered. To call him by the name every person addressed him — "Bill" Tattersall — passed into the next world in the prime of life, only 32 years of age, honored, loved an...

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Police Court. JULY 4TH, 1903. (Before the P.M. and Mr. H. N. Gibson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

Police Court. JULY 4TH, 1903. (Before the P.M. and Mr. H; N. Gib eon, J.P.) Richard Schneider pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorder ly. Fined 2s 6d or 12 hours in the lock-up. Fine paid. . Jas. Norris and Wm. Matthews   pleaded guilty to a charge of riotous behaviour, and were each fined 10s   and costs. Fines paid.    

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Wedding Bells. SEYMOUR—WILLIAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 10 July 1903

^PiS^ SEYMOUR— WILLIAMSON. . A pretty . wedding was celebrated at the Church of England, at Toming ley,jonJuly 1st, the contracting parties being Miss Eleanor Williamson, third daughter of Mr. Samuel Williamson, and Mrs. Williamson of McPhail, and anil. Mr. Albeit Seymour, son of Mr. Seymour of Parrainatta road, Annan dale. There was a large attendance of friends and relatives to -witness. the ceremony, which was performed -by the jRey. Mr. Wilteon of Peak Hill. The bride who looked charming, was given ; away by her father and' was attended. by Miss. Sylvia Williamson (sister of the brido), and and Miss Irene Schloeffel (noice of the bride) as bridesmaids. Mr. C. F. Stephens, of Peak Hill acted as best man. ? Tho I bride was attired in a dress of soft I white silk, a yoked skirt, .the. long I train being trimmed with many little I frills. The bodice wos nicely shirred I and gauged, and was finished with I transparent yoke and stoles of chiffon, I collar flnd cuJBfe of chantilly lace...

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