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JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
. JUDGES. Xn reference .to the judgiB, they ap peared to be ' men who thoroughly understood their work. Their deci sions seenied. to be eeneratlv annrove'ei of, and 'they* were a.' body of ,.iriea';of whom ' the committee might well be' proiid. Judging at the best of timesj . is by no means a bed of roses for it is impossible to please alL
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
which claims so man/ vie - 'ft[ Timft during the winter nonthi I ? ntsi ooTfie dreaded if care '1.: 1t t»kf n To lt«p the bofl/ in ? ? good hwlHty sbte. This Wf H . btatna ty IkklnjBiuBf jm» 1 \ -*twch brut «nd eive font to fl . the$y*reii- enaWing ifTote H iiit fhit dang»ra-is catatfy. a. ^ ^JJ^IiShIIBIIiI ^-For Bronchial 'Coughs take Wood'e Great Peppefitiuf Cure. 'Is 'ed.
EXTRA STOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
EXTEA STOCK Every section in tliis class was well billed, and the exhibits, without excep tion were a magnificent lot. The Committee are. to be congratulated on the horses shown as it is this particular class which constitutes the chief feature from the sightseer's point of -view'.
GUESSING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
GUESSING COMPETITION. The sum of £17 10s was realised by the above. The bullock was killed on the evening succeeding the Show in the presence of a sub-committee con sisting of Messrs. Jackson and Davey. The weight of the beast when dressed was 580} lbs. The winner of the ma chine was Mr. A. Miles, who guessed the correct weight. Mr A. Harper, of 'Gundongs, guessed 580 lbs,, Mr. J. Bay 579 lbs., Mrs. -Harper, of Gundongs, 583.
BOOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
BOOTHS. Mr. B. Boles the popular proprietor of Tattersall'e Hotel held sway on the ground in connection with the publi can's booth. He had a host of active assistants, and accorded his patrons every satisfaction. No. 1 refreshment stall was this Year under the. management of Mrs. W, Oxley. Tho spread . was really -..first class, and everyone appeared thorough ly satisfied. No. 2 refreshment stall was held by the committee of St. Stephen's Church- TJhderthe supervision of the Eev. Wiltson, the patrons of this, stall were catered for in tip top style.
PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
PAvnaoN. Everything in the -pavilion was Iai3 out tastefully and the whole bore a most pleasing appearance. ' Among the non-competitive exhibits we noticed a &nt- lot of oranges and lemons grown on Bulgandramine, by Mr. J. D. McKay. They were indeed a splendid sample of fruit' and have since been handed over to the local hospital. An exhibit of lollies, by Mi6s Tooniey brought 'forth the expression ai much admiratjori, as did also some -Ivory' work fey^iliss' Watters. ',' , : ' . A collection of butterflies, 'too,, by Mrs. Hand was viewed with much appreciation. ?-.' . . . . ' : Mi's.' Blomley's 15 year old jam was the centre i of a good 'deal of attract tion. ? ' .' ?'?'':? ? ? ... v As -regards the various exhibits in competition, it would be difficult to disrimiuate. . ? There was a magnificent collection of 'fancy -work ifrom various sources. The display of jams jellies &c. pre sented a nice appearance, -as did also, the bread in both. bakers and home made. ' J '...
Peak Hill Show. A Most Pronounced Success. A Record Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
Peak Hill llldW, — *. ??? — a ? ' A Most Pronounced Success. A Record Attendance, . The second annual 6how\ in con nection with the I'. A. and H. associa tion, was held on Wednesday and Thursday last, and proved a most pro nounced success. Owing to the dis astrous season through which we have so recently passed many were fearful lest the exhibition would result in fail ure, but there is no doubt that Wednes day and Thursday's event far eclipsed, the previous effort both as regards exhibits and attendance. . The improvements lately effected on the ground m the matter of the Ring fence proved a great boon,, and uulike the .1.901 show everyone was enabled to obtain a good vie w of all proceedings in the ring. The best of oriler and good feeling was maintained through out both days, and a gentleman whose business carries him extensively among the various exhibitions of the west, assured us that the crowd were the best dressed and most orderly he had ever been among. Hearing so much of t...
SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
SHEEP. -— ' Owing,'no doubt, to the late season this class was not as well represented as could have been desired. Several of the leading breeders did not, this year, send exhibits. Still some high-clast sheep were shown in cluded in: which were'MeBsrs Williani 'son and 6ons, of Warge Bock, E. L. Jones, of Eoieneath, and others. There was good competition in the fats.
CLASS L—POULTRY. Ceck and Hen in each Exhibit. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
CLASS -L-POULTRY, Cockand Hen &nbsp; in each Exhibit. Colonial Game. J. Heck ing 1 at. White Leghorn. J. t)ouiiuey (Par -ee) 1st, W. Reee (Parkes) 2nd. ?Four eiitries. :^ BrownLeghorn. S. LeacTi (Parkes) .' let, H. 'Broiiiley 2nd. Plymouth Rock. Mrs. Ring 1st. -Mrs. Grogen 2nd. Langshan. Mrs. Humfrey 1st. Minorca. J. 'Sturgesi: (Parkes) lsV ?Mrs Korech 2nd. Orpington.- '^.i1. Stephens Hat, A.' .Hodge (McPhail) 2nd, Mrs Gee Higli ?ly commended. Five entries. White Wyandotte. Mrs Korsch 1st. . -Ducks. W. Snipe 1st, J. Hocking %\A,- R. G. Baii-stoW (Touiingley). Sligldy commended. 'Six entries. Turkeys. W. Melville 1st, Mrs: 'Grogan 2nd. Seven entries. &nbsp; Collection of Pigeons. W. Snipe (Paries) 1st, W. Strain 2nd. Collection of Canaries. S-^W. Swain Tat, C. F. Stephens 2nd. Four entries. , ?Bes't Canary. S. W. 'Swain lrtand 2nd. Seven entries. t Silver-Loeed Wyandottos. W. Hawes (Touiingley) 1st, F. Ve^iaWes -Parkes) 2nd/W. F. Umpleby, highly -commeuded. ? Soven en...
CLASS R—NEEDLEWORK, WRITING, &C, [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 24 July 1903
class R-HEEDLEWORK, WRIiTiB8,*C, Pieco plnin needlework. Evelyn Oxley lit, ffilda Harvey 2nd (Public School). Piece plain needlework. Alice Wil liams 1st, Marie Hampel 2nd (Public School). Piece fancy needlework. Lizzie McAuliff e (Convent School) lot, Minna Schmidt 2nd. Handwriting. Hilda Harvey (Pub lic School)! st, Flo Taylor 2nd. ... Handwriting. Marie Hatupel (Pub lic-School) -iotj- ::Aiiio-;WriUtttn8--3iia^ Lena Schmidt highly commended. Handwriting. J. -Rutherford (Pub lic School) 1st, H. Hampel 2nd, W. Farquharson highly commended. Handwriting. Arnold Frazer and Alt Harvey (Public School) both! awarded a prize. Best 12 button holes. Patence; Dwyor (Ttfmiugley Sohool) 1st, Ethel Franks 2ii3. Darning. Hilda Harvey (Public SehooJ) 1st, Mina Schmidt 2nd. ' Special. 'Lena Schmidt (Public School) 1st. Specimen drawn thread work. Mur iel Brayne.fOoriveni School) let and ' 2nd. .. : ? Map of Victoria. H. Ashby (Tom- ' ingley School) 1st, J. H. Norris (Mc Phail School) 2nd, ThereBa C...
Agatha Webb. THE MAX OF SO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXII SWEETWATER ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 July 1903
Agatha Webb. Tlin MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CU AFTER XXII ?STSSTXTATEB ACTS. fry to-morrow, nt lenst, I shall know ''; .. wlv-ther I ain rigl)t or wrong in thinic T:. jn-^ I have diBmivtn-ed tin important '?witness in quite an unexpected quar '?'. ttr. .-'? *' Sweetwater knew of no new witness lint it was necessary fiiv him not only i ' tu'hnvo a pretext for tJio move he con templated, but to no i.npress theue men '?', Tvjtli jin idea of his extreme interest in the aj proacliing proceeding, that no «. ' 'puspicion should ever arise of hie hav ing premeditated nn escnpe from them. ?_?: Ho trisliod to nppenr tlio victim of Siccideiit; dnd this is why ha took ?nothing from his home which would ? . betray an intention of leaving it. 'Eta ! indeed !' ojaculitod the ????.;.' coroner with, growing interest. 'And rJ '« way 1 a?k ? ' V ' * MenEe,' urged Swoetwator, with a side look Rt Knapp, ' do not risk me snytliing just yet. This afternoon, say, nStisv 1 havo had a certain inter view with ? W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 31 July 1903
I HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, Ltd. F'a.t Stock Salesmen, WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS. p£- IMPORTANT TO WOOL GROWERS.-W I We havo Being a Consolidated Obarge '; RP^I'^! I^Fff*^ ^''^ as heretofore. oTR ^M P@^ Includes Commission. Cost of mi r a in Mr a m Receiving, Warehousing, Or|arge TOr Oelling ^J Cent. Weighing. Insurance while in THE NEW WOOL CLIP to Store, Cataloguing. &c. $rV SELLING BROKERS ONLY. r'9 Offices and Stores: CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. A GLORIOUS CHANGE. A Twenty-Years' Resident's Testimony. The Case of~Mr. J. NILSSON. (BY A SPECIAL EKPOHTF.il). In no business place is there a greater variety of subjects aisctused than in a hair dresser's saloon, as all callers ventilat* their opinions to the gentlemen officiating with the razor ami scissors. But the latter takes his turn in the conversation as well, and when our reporter stepped into » shop in Botany Road, Botany, Mr. JohnNilsson, the propiietor, said : ' This bright weather ought to make everybody fee...