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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

GHkial Correspondence. Tiio following official correspond once 3ms been forwarded to us by Mr. Clara, M.L.A., for publication : — Dept. Mines nnd Agriculture. Sir, I hare the }umor to inform you that reports for tlio yenr l!iOI and 1902, liiive boei! rccuiviiil from Mr. Inspector Finch, on tho ninnngeweiit of Mingelo Common- .&01U which it appears thnt lln^ro is no proper Commoner's Roll, and thnt no balnnce sheet ha6 beun -published as required by the Cyni luonb K«?gnlHliou Act 1898. It is also titnted that neither tlie Trustees nor tlio Gouiiunners tnfce nny interest in . the Common, nnd to nsk whother you nre aware of any objection to the can cellation of the Common. Subject : — Requesting that nn ngri -cultu'rtil exhibit bo grunted to the Peak Hill I'.A. nnd II. Society's forthcom ing Sliovr. Xfaply : — It is regretted that your request cannot bo complied with this eeneou, ns sufficient exhibits could not be sent to do juetico to the ?experimental farm. Dept. of Lnnds. S...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

To Stand this Season at IRRAWAREA, - PEAK HILL, .?-? ?and Travel the surrounding District, THE COACHING STALLION, ? C Y R_U S ALSO THE PONY STALLION BON. Terms, and full -particulars will be iadvortieetl later. ?E. E. BBAITHtv'Ai'rJS. ' This is not I a Bad Way j WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon at I BEDTIME I Is an Flbsolutc Preventive a and Cure for m ^COLDS & INFLUENZA.^ C. F. Haynes, HAIRDRESSER. HAS LEASED Jackson's Saloon. Strict attention to your wants. THE Annual Bazaar, in aid of the C&THOLIC CHURCH BUILDING FUND, will bo held in MORffELL'S HALL, on the 21st, 22nd, 23rd & 24th July. (Show Week ) The proceedings will be interspersed with Songs and Music. J-. a. SOUTEft, Hon. Sec. Hairdressing Saloon* M. HARTAS, begs to notify the residents of Peak Hill and district, that he has tPEHED A FIRST-CUSS HAIRDRESSING SALOON, in the premises adjoining C. W. BARNETT'S BUTCHER'S SHOP, in Caswell Street. Civility and Attention accorded to all. Royal Hotel, TOMINGL...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fifield. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Fifieid. (]?JiOSi OlJK'G WS OoRRESPOXDEXOV) The principal topic here, at present, is when the next instalment of the relief fund will 'arrive. Although there has been a good deal of dirt put through Bourke's machine the last three months, I do not think there. is a man on the field who has mtfde Ll a week. Of course people at -a dis tance, seeing in the papers 60 iuany ioaas ior so nxucu per ioaa, nanirauy think that the miners at Platina are, making a good living, but I am sorry' to state that very few are- making 'tucker' out of their washings. There have been several applications sent -to the Prospecting Board for aid to try and pick up the platina lead at the north end, as it has always been the ?opinion of practical miners that- the Platina and Fifieid lead will eventually be traced to each other. But here is where the lonafi&e miner is lost; Al though there is .£20,000 a year 'voted by Parliament for gold prospecting, ' 'the miners gets, about .£6,000, or less than one...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Mining. . Mining matters are Undoubtedly still on the upttard grade. Indeed *they look very much brighter thnu they have douo for some years past. Everything of course, is in a small Vay. Still, promise is given that some of tlio shows will develop considerably. Paddy's Flat was the scene of at traction on. Thursday and Friday last, \vhen Callasrhaft and iiaiiv. in con sideration of the' locality, bottomed on ?some exceptionally good gold. .'How ever, on Saturday night, when the re sult of the Boulder crushing was made known, shepherds were undecided 'which of the two Bhows it would be safe to stake their all. This problem '?still appears to be troubling many, ?and it now remains for the picks and shovel to decide. On Paddy?s Flat, Callaghan and party bottomed at about 112 feet on 2ft. of wash. The first throe dishes washed, averaged -3 J- grains, one, speck weighing over half a dwt. As their shaft in -which the.gold was obtained, is about 100 foet away from the old ?workings, and a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Tennis. The following team lias been chosen to represent Peak Hill in tiie tennis match with NaiTomine to be played on the local court on the let proxo - — Messrs. Campey, Wi.' Gibson, McAskill Potts, C. F. Stephens, Bridle Sand Cooper. ' ? .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mingelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Mingelo. Tho Dopaaimwit of Mines and Apri culture is considering tho advisability of having the Mingelo Common can celled. Theu- iiniu-ession !s that no interest wlintuver is manifested either by the Trustees or the Coimiionerp. . It is always desirable for a township lo havn ite Common, nnd should Min gelo increase in size the residents will rue their apathy in this matter. Now is the tiuw to net if the Common is to be retained. Miugoio awake-!

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

? x¥$m liver. cjiillJ V P ' and; \ J: Liver chill, sneezing, colds, and cold \ K hansls and feet are atihis season com- € \ mon affliolions. Wlien'thelivcr.bccause '? S of -some derangement, ceases to act in jf \ 'the proper manner. ?. certain amount s| N of bile finds its way into the blood, and f: ? »t the same time tlie blood created J Vfrom food consumed is of a decidedly v! ? poor quality. In this manner the blood X K becdmes ? congested, ' the circulation ''T S s'«lfgish, 'and a cold is the result. The ?? ? circulation of the blood now being J X much slower than usual, the entire ? 5 system is affected. The nerves become § ? unstrung, the appetite poor, and the J \ rest disturbed. *^lie body becomes ex- ? tremely susceptible to chills, and the ,£ slightest draught causes a violent. X attack of coughing of sneezing. Many T so-called remedies tail to get at the ' root, of the trouble, and only afford ^ temporar^relief. A medicine that-will keep the liver in thorough and regular ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Accident. On Monday cvoning last, what appears to be a serious accident, befell the eldest boy of Mr. E. L. Jones of licmenonllK A new fence was being ernctod Just outside tho house, and whilst plaring with his brothers he ran into tlio wire of this, and was knocked backward on Ms head. He began 'vomiting1 blood and was partly unconscious. Dr. McCarthy was sum* nioned on Tuesday night and is at- . tending, tho little suffer, r.

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WESLEYAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

WESLEYAN: Kadina'3 p.m., Peak Hill 7.30 p.m. Eev. T. Northeott.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

rASOOTHtNa BALM & EMBROCATION/ . is practically the only ointment in Australasia entirely free from animal fats and mineral*. Zam-Buk ti purely vegetable *n4 will he found a certain cure (ot Cats, Burns, BolU, Bruises, Runalnf Sores, Piles, Eciem», Barcoo, Kinc«'orm, Pimples, Blsckhnds, Kbeumatlsm,lviiaibilfo,5daUc«-Cfaap|ied and Cracked Hands, Chilblains, &c As ? qn embrocation Zum-Buk is unequalled. . . From all medicine vendors, t/6 par Pot, or direct tram the Zsoi-Buk Manufacturt^f . Company. 30 Pitt- Street, Sydney, : A Free Sample will be lent you on receipt of a penny tUmp -or return ponagt.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

ROMAN CATHOLIC : ?Mass at'Peak Hill on tlie first Sun day in August at 8 a.m., and McPhail 11 a.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

WHETHER \Jfr You know the value of the « goods you purchase from us I OR NOT, is immaterial. _ ? o-r ? We Base Our Prices on a FAIR PROFIT, ;? : ' Not get fill you can principle.' That's why we sell so many H ATS.—^^ UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS,. W. 91. tgs&tfon Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK HILL Wk!an& fiercest, SOLICITORS, Forbes and Parkes. Me. M. J. Gilcbeest Avill atteud the Peak .Hill Courts wheu retained. NOTICE. THE PEAK HILL 3 is to be held on ; ; Wednesday & Thursday, ?- j\ 22nd & 23rd jufy. SPECIAL ATTBACTIOttS OFFJEEED. Look out for Schedules. A. MILES. Secretary. Important Auction Sale. FridayTTuly 24, at 10 a.m. h. m.~gTbson, (in conjunction ?with W. B. Wyxne,) HAS boen favored ?with instructions from W. H. Cochrtme, Esq., Rosebank, Dilgn, to sell by Public Auction, at bis Yards, Peak Hill, on tho above date : — 66 Head of Mixed Cattle, comprising: -9 bullocks*, '4 years old. 17 cows, 3 years old and up...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, 19TH JULY. ANGLICAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Church Services. M * Suxday, 19th July. H ANGLICAN: '' ? Wasliington 11 am, McPliail 3.30 j ,pm,Peak'aill7.30 pis. ; ? ; j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. TEE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Editorial Notes. THE SHOW. Ox Wednadny and Thursday next the annual exhibition, in connection with the Pastoral, Agricultural and Horticultural Assoc. is to be held. This ?will constitute the second of this character since the inception of the society, Jast year's having fallen through in consequence of the ever memorable drought. As all are a\rare the association is yet in its infancy, but its promoters and 'wollwishers are hopeful and confident that as the years roll by each successive show will be one better than the last. As in 1901, nruch. interest is evidenced in the forth coming exhibition, nnd every promise is given that a most successful affair will eventuate. Tho entries for the most part, comprise exhibits of a high class, and it is to be hoped that in consideration of this, the attendance will be materially increased. It ifl quite unnecessary for us to point out how desirable it is that each and every one in the district should take a lively Society, rtuid cpTOierate in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

...... . -.' '^??$j$ — — ? ? — — r^-^m ? ? . .. -V- -. !»;?;! Drapery, ?Mercef^0% r Boots § $&-«p§f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

We are going to the Show, j BUT WE ARE fIRST ( aOlHBTO | j Jacksons!

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P, A. and H. Association [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

P, & and |L Association :1 , A meofng of the Committee of tibo '/Jl above, 'j&e ih^A. mt. the Commercial '-.a Ht|tcl qh JSatfiSifty: ia^ the 11th iost. ' ^ M R»feMi Jte^rs. Humfoey -in the . B «ha»r), BsS^maj^Wutrn]^ OibBon, *«' $ TIocMng, Daver, Cftrmicnaot, Mat- ' » a ^ihvs. Potts, ^Ring, :|}i5dl^ tampe, * M StraLoraandJ^kBonit:; . m Su'.wequfent to»ke wfeliminarr nor» ; ?» /H ;twn 01 tbo'imootiBs being: 4. /alt with, Tax. Baud moved, socoudud by Mr, Bridle, tkntilr. Hbcthig ant as judge of minerals. — Carried. It wastfeBolraa, on the motion of Mr. Whitmili, that a Show book bo seat to each member of ifea Aesouiation, In connection \ritk the No. 1 Eo fr^timont Stall, a' menu was drawn up, and it was decided that flie privilege be offered to pufelic auction on the Monday— failing a sale Mr. Gihspn to make the best arrangements possible. The appointment -of men to assist oi show day vras'left i-n.the hands of the Ground Committee. Belativo to side shows, Messrs. Brid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, ? CAStf&LL STEEET, - * PEAK HILL .- - 8. W. SWAIN, - - Proprietor. 'ONE OF THE 'OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE S?0WK. / Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. AC'EriUiJNE GAS STALLED THBOTGHOtTT, First-class Billiard ttodm. - - - Good Stabling, The Public acquainted 'with this Gotel know its good reputation, and ?strangers patronising it wffi be fully Satisfied frith the result. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. « The best Wheel' Best in constnrctjon. Best in ease of funning. Best in Strength *-f frame. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Best in Mll-cUfiabing: aBSsTlnSp¥ecl. Best in lionest tralue. - We hold .all ISpeed Records, both Amateur, and Professional. C&nada (tycle & Motor Co., Limited, 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, Jk. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hilt. CAERINGTON /.HOTEL, Caswell Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify the public of Peak Hill and Surrounding Bistrict tfc&t io is carryi : ontlie^bove-ff...

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Poisons and their Antidotes. PHOSPHOEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Poisons and their J&.nti^ dotes. pnospnoEous. As is well known, in country dis- I tricts phosphorous is largely used iu I poisoning rabbits and other vermin; 1 it is also used , extensively in /match I making, which article is in common 1 use; -and 'as -but a -small quantity I taken will. prove fatal, persons slinuld I make theinselveB well acquainted with a , tho antidotes. I Treatment. — When j)liosj-h-»rous I sisting of one dossert spoonful of ;»luin I or mustard in a cup of warm -.water' I sltould be givou immodiatol}', followed 1 by a plentiful supply of tkin grueL I Do not give -oils. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 17 July 1903

Pc§^^^IPpEtpBP: :;-- :yX ;^V^um^ ' '::;? '? . Mr. . Carruthers gave notice of a Motion of Censure on tho Fitzroy I Dock scandal, winch will probably be I discu6Bed to-night. ? I Mr. G'iSullivan said that political I patronage existed for 10 or 15 years, I and s ud the South Australian Govern- . ' I ment had met -the position at 'Broken I Hill admirably. n , J .? Another case of small pox has oc- ? 1 curredat Launcestun with one more I death. ?-.. .; J ' The Pope sat in an arci chair and I conversed' with visitors lucidly yester- I day. Periods of depression arc i shorter. I His strength is .continuously,, -though I slowly decreasing. '.'.'*' I A train trom Timarii to 'Fairlie^ I New Zealand, stuck in the snoivf - v 1 A man has died at Ashburton from 1 exposure. 1 Nearly L140 'Jins been sent fort- 1 nightly from'miners at Bulli to those 1 on strike in Victoria. I ' A. deputation of wholesale buttef 1 sb11c*s 'aiid exporters waited on , Mr.- 1 Kidd yesterday and condemned tha I Dairy ...

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