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Wedding Bells. WUNSCH—NORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 7 August 1903
Wedding Bells. WUNSCH— NORRIS A pretty little wedding was cele brated in the local Roman Catholic Church on Monday last, the 3rd inst. when Mr. B. Wunsch, of McPhail, and Miss E. Norris, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Norris, of the same town, were united in the Holy Bonds of Matri mony. &nbsp; The officiating priest was the Rev. &nbsp; Father O'Donnell of Parkes. A large number of residents at tended to witness the ceremony The bride was given away by her father. Miss M. Norris, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. G. Wunsch, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. The bride was prettily attired in a soft white silk dress, bodice becomingly trimmed with chiffon yoke, chiffon fischu, white satin bebe ribbon, chiffon stole ends, pearls and spray of orange blossoms. A yoked skirt with numerous small frills, white satin strappings, streamers, bebe ribbon and trails of orange blos soms, the whole surmounted with a white tulle veil, silk embroidered, with a ...
Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXIII A Sinister PAIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
Agatka5 Webb, THE MAN 01? NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXIII A SIXISTKU PAIR. To keep Liiiisiilf from what bo feared Juight provo .1 selc-iictrny.-il, lie falt we-l out in very evident dismny : ' 'What is tiio mnttci' ? Wliat lins conin over the lad ? ' ?Oh!' mad Dr. Tnlliot, ' Ws linen witching tliat sliip tor an liour. IIo is aftur soMiemnii lin has just soon ? jj(» aboard her. Says lio'.s a new and iuij)ni*taitt witness in this cr.so. P(« Iwps I19 is. Sweolw..t r is no man's -.fool, fur. nil Jus small eyes and re- treat- ing chin; If you want I'roo* of it, w it till lie homos' b.auk He'll be sure to haves .EO'iiu thing to say. ' llbanwhilo tliny had all pressod for ward to the window. Fredoiic'c, who carefully kept' his f i c ? ont of his ''father's view, bent half-ma.' oror the ? 'tiillin.Jiis anxiety to witch the flying ,- figure of Sweet water, who was making straight for the doi-k, while JCnnpp, roused at last, lennod over his shoulder and pointed to the sailors on the deck, w.ho w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
This is not a Bad Way WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon flt I BEDTIME I a fs 'ion nfasolatc Preventive M m. taxi Cure for M : ^COLDS&IHFLUEHZA.^/ Sick and Nervous Head aches. COMPLETELY BANISHED BY: BILE BEANS. Sick end Nervous headaches may be clashed amongst the most distress- . ing complaints tlwft faBto the lot of mankind. Bile Beans by going direct1 to the TOot'Of the evil — disordered liver: and digestive organs — have proved Binguiarly successful in curing those, headaches, the latest illustration of which conies from Mrs. S. A. Masters,; at 18 Jarrett:St., Leiclihardt, Sydney. Fhis'lady sayjj:j — 'I have found yx»ur Bile Betms «ro an excellent remedy tor a disordered live*. At ti-nc8 I: have 'been so bad with indigestion that [ did not know what to eat. My appetite was considerably impaired, nnd although at nights I felt like hav ing a good sleep, Is- mid not do s », ind- in conseqttenoft, felt compli=te!y lone up during the day, and suffered agony 'with sick and nervo...
"The Little Boy at Dubbo." [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
'%!he Little Boy at Butibo.'*? During 'the'-course of thelunchcon to the 'Governor 4est 'Friday^ a etnsil boy, was observed ^peering -into the 4tall. 'One of :thd:lfrHies -pros«rit asked -him' 'what lie -wanted. Ho said, ''?I can't! 'wait till 'tho1^1^^^ layB'4he stono — will you pleoso put tos«tkroeqjecq8 an it ^fc* mei? ' The coin1 *Ti8iaecepvted, anH tho youngst^rwasTtfwarded forUifl n'ntercgt/lie -to6k '»n,v the. movement *Hh i ^-rtseut tif Irtiit and cskcu.-^Ziieritt.
McPHAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
McPHAIL. fiiStcrs tii connection with 'ihs %ig mine appear to be looking up. . Mr.- Thomas, Coi9sulting..EngiHeer of '4he Hyalls tfrftod Coy., has left. McPhail. . .. . . ? On Saturday Mr. Hoitls -left 'for Sydney to attend the Government Ex amination, whereby he maybe entitled, to a Mine Manager's Certificate. Nominations for the Progress Com mittee closed on Friday last when the following gentlemen were nominated ; W. Brown, A. Carter, W. Clarke, T. Colbran, E. Dawson, J. Dunshen, A. B. Ferguson, A. Hodge, A. Kivisto $*, McAtamney, T. HcFarland, E. Mitchell, AV. J. Nicho'lls, W-. J,Norris, M. Pope, E, Heilly, T. ^Soott. J. B. fiedgewick, L. T. Stiller, Jas. Tatter Ball, K. Winberg, G, White.
ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
ADJOUSNED MEETDfG. The adjourned meeting was held in MurrelPs Hall on Tuesday evening. The report of the sub-committee was read, dealing with Hobson's and Cook's dams and machine sites. According 'to ekme -tho former would require an ezpenditdre of -Borne £35 to fix the machine thoroughly-^pnmp extra, while the. latter would require approxi mately £32 — pump extra. it was uecided. to turtlier adjourn 'the . meeting iitfiii Tuesday evening next. In the mesa'tiine an effort to bo ; made to induce a further number to become shareholders. The following is a list of those who have so far promised to help in the TinatteiNT—B. Boles, 10 shares ; Gibson .^rostj 5 shares ; J. Freeman, 5 shares ; 8. Swain, 5 shares'; J. Bakes, 5 shares ; H. DeLacy, 4 shares ; W. Bryant, 4 shares; A. W. Taylor, 2 shares; M. Fitzgerald, 2 shares ; J. B. Sedgewick, 2 shares ; A. Miles, 2 shares ; E. E. Murrell, 2 shares'; C. F. Stephens, 2 shares ; J. Jackson, 2 shares ; D. Mc Auliffe, 2 shares; A. N. Davey, 2 s...
Puddling Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
Puddll&g MacMne. A public uiee'ting, with the object of discussing the dcurability or other wise of erecting a puddling machine, ; was held in Murroll'a Hail, on Satur day, ;la6t. Mi-. H. N. Gibsp» bMjpiod tfee chair ofad briefly ?explained his reason for convening tlio meeting. He'S'tated .- that WhirtapiioaTdd 'to be.^ayable gold hod been sh-ack on Ptfddy's 5?hYt, and in order to thoroughly terit -the ground ? it was necessary that a puddling ma- ? chine should be available. At the request of the meeting, Sir. : Hobson — one of the party who were ; instrumental in discovering the load — : gave his opinion of the value of the find, and stated that tho wash so far secured would justify the erection of a plant. On the motion of Mr. H. L. DeLacy, seconded by Mr. -SoiSgowick, it was decided to form a syndicate with 100 shn're8;at TOs 'per share. : It was further resolved that Messrs. Oibsoh mid ©eiiacycnnvaes 'die town, and. that a sub-coinmittee, consisting, of Rossis.. Gibson...
Wedding Bells. O'SHANNESEY—PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
Wedding Bells. ti'SHANNE&Skt-^PATTERSQN. A wedding Vrhidi called ibrtii a Jhore thnft ordinary ' amount of public interest, -m& celebrated in th? local Soman Oathblre 'Qfaintii on Monday Ifist. Tfao sppntwicting parties *ere Miss Maiy Patterson, second eldest Umighter of Xfir. and Mra PatterSon, tof Peak Hill- and J£r. John. O'Sfcan heBsoy, pf Forbes, and receiitly.of this 'town. Botii jntoe iietd aft-, the highust Wfeem by VeSideWts otttiTs centre, and if the WisheB of, 'theft, mafty friends are rouuBeo, -a\e mcure lot. oi tile happ .'couple will be :a Veritable paradise. The Bride Weeiftly Iftld tho position of Matron at tffe local Hospital, #Lere by j 4ior kindly manner, skill and energy, ? Jsbe ifron 'Ule golden opinion oi nil. The Bridegrcicto fe also an old iden tity. During . his. sojourn !here- he took the liveliest interest in public matters, and is looked upon as a man . vt sterling 'worth. . Tha ce'reTnri&y Tras performed by tho -Rev. Fathor O'lJo&...
Send off. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
Send off. A Publio ssnd-off of an imposing character, was tendered to Matron Patterson, (now Mrs. O'Shaunessey), in Murrell's Hall, on Friday evening last. The building was absolutely packed with an enthusiastic gathering* which bears ample 'evidence of the high esteem with which the lady is held by all classes of this community. Danc ing was freely indulged in, and a good time spent. Refreshments, which were provided oy me laaies were banded round during the evening. In this connection Mesdames Barrett, Walkor, and Murrell rendered con spicuous service. Mr. Souter acted as doorkeeper, while Mr. Tuokwell under took the duties of M. G. The music was supplied by Mr. Laing. Subse quent to the supper, Mr. C. F. Stop hens spoke a few words eulogistic of the many admirable qaalitiee possessed by the departing Matron. While much -regret was felt at toBing her, it was the universal wish of all that her future may be one long career of unbljghted happiness. ' _.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
WHETHER % jf You know the value of the - 2 goods you purchase from us f OR NOT, is immaterial. ? o ? We Base Our Prices on a FAIR PROFIT, ' Not get all you can principle.' That's why we soil so many HATS. — UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, JACKSON'S GREEN Coupons ABE Valuable. ISSUED AND BY GIBSON Brothers, Commonwealth Stores, PEAK HILL. They represent a Substantial Discount ON Cash Purchases Collect Them. Whelan&Gilcreest, SOLICITORS, Forbes and Parkes. Mb. M. J. Gilcreest will attend the Peak Hill Courts when retained. Sydney Sights. Visitors to tlie city will have nothing to complain about iu the shape of quantity and quafit; at tlio evergreen Crclonun*. Besides the exciting and life-like battle scene there ia n host of attractions including our old friend Daphne in a new and marvlleotu role. The logicians Cave, described as a. Marrel in 'Magic and quite a number of interesting ' iirhts. not but amcig them bing a now cine X. 91. giteon Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock &...
Advice on Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
Advice on Marriage. 1 Never marry for money, unless it is settled upon yon. Never marry for beauty, but take care that your wife has it. If you marry for love, bo sure that Bhe's got it for you, . Never marry a woman who^s cleverer than yourself, or-she will make JUU iUUft AUUilDIlt - - ? Never marry a fool, or Bhe will breed trouble ? - Never marry a redheaded woman:; they are generally spiteful. ? . , .. . ? Never marry a black haired woman; they are short-tempered, - Never marry a thin girl-; *he will most likely become , scraggy. ? -. Never marry a fat girl, -an over-cOr«' puleut woman is a -monstrosity. .- Never marry a fat girl who will not go out ; she will be no companion- to you.- ? ? '.'??'' Never marry a girl who is top fond of gadding about, or you will have no home. But perhaps, it is Safest jiever to ; marry at alL .. . ?-
Editorial Notes. MINING MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
Editorial Notes. MINING MATTERS. Once more the mining industry Las received a -boom, and once again, an eager, anxious populace, are on tho tin toe of expectancy. The depressed times, with their accompanying pinch,renders the situation nil the more acute and the hopes of the residents all the more earnest. Whether the fond desires of the many, that the lead will develop into one of considerable worth, will be realised, has yet, of course, to be proven. So far, results are satisfac iactory. The scene of excitement is Paddy's flat, probably one of the most extensively worked corners of the field. Hitherto the gold discovered here has been patchy, with the number of pay able claims limited, but the admirers of the new find are hopeful that such will not be the case iu the present instance. The main find so far, in connection with tho new run, ia in close proximity to a number of old workings. A party of miners ac quired an. area, in this locality, and after sinking their shaft, bottome...
McPhail Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
MePhail Ball. j The :Anntiai Ball in. connection witH I the McPhail Branch of tho Independent 1 Order of Oddfellows, eventuated on I Wednesday evening, the 5th instil iii I O'Mnlley's Hall. AS heretofore; this i function, which i$ probably the chief I qiits kind held during the year/was | well patronised. Some 41 couples 1 took part and everything went; off in a j most harmonious manner. The floor I was iu splendid order ~ for dancing; 1 Messrs. Ingram and Graham supplied j the music. An energetic Committee; 1 in conjunction with the Secretary of I the Lodge— Mr. R. J. Frazer, and the ? Noble Grand and Vice Grand— Messrs 9 W. and H. J. Maker, had all matters S well in* hand? The catering was in fl tho capable hands o! Mrs. Roddaand fl daughters, and die rsupper served was . I faultless. All present did ample jus:. 9 lice to the many good things provided: 9 The dance was kept going until about B 3 a.m. . fl The: costumes worn by the ladies fl were handsome, of which tho following B i...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
Townf^alfc 33iat In Bjnto of jhardlimm ajidliglit ?' purer^'S'oftlc Hill lira b-aeam oaite^a irhia p^ewure Jntcly, Tkat iianoes nnd socials have been the order of Hie *ltyr ia tight iwjral fneliion. J That trectlfijigs also figmre yro& in .the festal nrogramnie. v Tlmttlie 'Hjingef thenajrtial knot/' between oar late osteemed jHatoon and Mr. J. OfSlmflnossej, of Fortes, paasod off verj pleasantly-. 'Tlifrt the ceremony wos' ttorfotineft by the Ecv. i1ather,iO'DonnoIl. That 'John'' faced the ordeal tik« ^ aBr'iban. Ihtit nevertholess, notwithstanding, the writer -hardly thinks lie could swear to lus sigainture in the marriage lines. ? ? That the gi-asa ftnd herbage *bou't the Peak is still growing weQ. ' That 'Boles* Hotel is one of the leading Sosfteties of the district.— 0. That the las't clean xcp at the ?' Pro,'* was most satisfactory-. That over SOOom. ol gold htoto «e^ cured. That Paddy's Plat stfll 'continue* firtt ffuroiite among -the miners. That -the chances of a go...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 14 August 1903
I CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, I tlASWELli STREET, 8. W. SWAIN, - - Proprietor. I ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. I Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. I ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THROtJGHOtJT. I First-class billiard Hooni. - - ? Gtood Stabling. I The Public acquainted 'frith ^iis ltdtel kno* its good -reputation, and, I D'vangers patronising it Vill be fully satisfied ?with the result. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I ftesy-Harris Bicycles. I 'The best Wheel ' I Best in construction. I $est in ease of running. I Best in strength of frante^. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. ? Bestln MU^cHmbiiig;. ' -.:' -.-- ? '? ? Best in speed I Best in honest value. I We hold all jSpeed' Records, both Amateur. I wi4 Professional. I Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, I 357 George-st,, Sydney. I Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & £o., Peak Hill. I CAREINGTON .*. HOTEL, I CasWell Street, Peak Hill. WISHES to notify the JPublio of Peak 39311 and Surrounding District that he ia carry!...