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Parkes Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

Pai'fces Siiow. The following is a list of awards at ihe recent ParkeB Show. Ts6H0troS»»B- Hoebeb. Stallion, 3 years or over, 8. L. West's Definition. Stallion, 2 years and under 8 years, 6.E. Close. .?-??; Stallion, yearling, M-. Gostello. : Mare, 3 years or over, M. CoBtello, ' Filly, 2yrs and under 3, S, L, west. Trotting Horses. Preferential Trade Handicap Trot, distance 2 miles, J. H. Arthur's Hir amabiff 1 E. Thomas' l-m Polish 2. Time 5niin 53secs. Trotting Mare, 3 years or over,, W. and B. Thomas' Princess. Trotting Stallion, C. Mullampy's Globettel, Dbattght Horses. Stallion, 4 years or over, Jas. Nan canow's British Empire 1st and cham pion, j. Mdntvre'a Yountr Prince Charlie 2. Stallion, 3 years, C. Boyd. Mare, 3 years or over, A. Smith 1st and champion, Filly, 2 years, A. Smith. ' Yearling Filly, A. Smith, Yearling Colt, E. F. Thackeray. - Active Farm Stallion, G. Stanford. Extra. Stock. 14-stone Hack, A. D. Willcocks. Lady's Hack, Dr. Johnson's Jacko. Farmer's Hack, C. ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Double Sunrise. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

A Double Sunrise. (Bya-Bankek^ If anyone were solemlny to aver that he had seen the eun rise twice on the same day it would probably be as sumed that he was either suffering from aberration of intellect, or was making an extravagant misstatement. The writer, however, did once have the good fortune' to witness this strange and unusual phenomenon. He had ascended the Eighi, a Swiss mountain between five aud eix thousand 'feet high, sleeping at the hotel on the summit, in order to see the sunrise which from this elevated spot is a most gorgeous and striking spectacle. Bising half en hour before the time for sunrise he stepped out into the invigorating mountain air, in order to see the first tinges of the wonderful sun-glow upon the surrounding snow clad monarchs of the alps, whioli, one by one, are lighted up in a lovely rose-pink hue,, while - the, intervening: valleys are still sunk in the gloom of night. starlit vault of heaven have gradually faded away from sight with the advanc in...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

Tor Chronic- Ghost. Complaints 'Wuodc' 'Grcit rojronaii;fCurc.'— lt= fid

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

CAMBRIDGE OliTJB HOTEL, GASWELL STREET, - - PEAK HILL - - SW, SWAIN, - -Proprietor. ONE OP THE OLDEST AND BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED' THROUGHOUT. First-class Billiard Room. - - - . Good Stabling. The Public acquainted with this Hotel know its good reputation, and strangers patronising it will be fully satisfied with the result. Massey-Harris Bicycles. Massey-Harris Bicycles. ' The best Wheel M Best in construction. Best in ease of running. Best in strength of frame. ? ! i Massey-Harris Bicycles. Best in hik-clinibing, r- ? ' Best in speeds Best in honest value. We hold all Speed Records, both Amateur, and Professional* Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, 357 George-st., Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Peak Hill. CARRINGTON .'. HOTEL, I Caswell Street, Peak Hill. I TfTISHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he is carryi I YY on the above well-known Hostiery , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

We CROWN them a\l with ( Jackson's HATS. Drapery, Mercer^ jjJB

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

. - -_?*, ?- it i I I d* ? I ? I 1 1 Hi I ?? t 'i I I I »?'. WIIHW . H Hi i Pi nl i »i i' Mi' \-i iiHIMIiWi WP » I --' II IHMHI n* mn''- HH i n i ? i ? ? i ???!??? PEERING BINDERS, MOWERS, Harvesters, Cockshutt Ploughs. _ — ; ? — — 0 ? Branffbrd :-: Cultivators. T. ROBINSON'S Harvesters, Ploughs, Strippers, Winnowers. SPALDING ROBBYN'S ' O I &£ : ^P LOU GHS. ??' SOLE AGENTS, JACKSON'S H£ir» Send for Catalogue. GREEN Coupons ARE Valuable. ISSUED AND REDEEMED BY GIBSON Brothers, Commonwealth Stores, PEAK HIlL. They represent a Substantial Discount ON OashPurohases Collect Them. Whelan & Gilcreest SOLICITORS, Forbes and Parkes. He. M. JvGh-oeeest will attend the Pjeak Hill Cousits when retained. JNJOTJCE. ANY person or jpersons found Ires passing ?with doge, or shootiug in the -Government Paddock -will ' be prosecuted with no respect to persons. . ~ W. F. TJMPLEBY, Iiessce. ; Aug. 7, VM\ %€. 91. &ttdon Auctioneers. Land, Mining & Stock & Station ...

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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

;ljv Towa Talk. \ ^ftnl-fSfe feaa^ro not, by Eny wwaa. . '4 ffhatit-i'oughterbe.' * m?r*t -s Thnt so Bay mnny of our 'horny ' . ? handed sons of toil,' after bottoming %-i Tliat nimor has it certain cbanges mil take place in the personnel of §ie fooroe,' at an- early dnto. ' Thnt one of the ' lads in blue ' will ] patrol in pastures hew. Thattke dry and the urouglity is still our lot _ That from all appearnnoes it will continue so. ; Tlmt with the advance of the season the prospects of the coming harvest are dimiuisliing. Thnt Boles' Hotel is one of the leading Hosieries of the district— 0. That sheaving will be in full swing throughout the district next month. That 'tis reported Mingelo was quite lively on Sunday Inst. That at least two couples did do the block. That surely it must be ' acatchin ' this gay spirit from the Peak. Thnt a Hospital Saturday effort at ? '?' Molong realised £172. That the Concert to be held in Mur rell's Hall on the 2nd September, will bo something above ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

(2b the Editor Peak EM Expmi.) Sir, — I was thoroughly delighted to ?notice, in you* last issue, - the ro-np; pearance of 'Guinleaves'V Eyiderftly hehadbeealaid aside by illness, or asleep. Yet he -happened to awaken when he observed, tts apparendy he has done, of the appearance of our 'Young Australia' at the socials late lyli&L While I enjoy tkeso socials myself, I do not think they are tho place for children ranging in ages from 8 to 15. Practically there have been ?about two dances a troekof late. This state of affaire, nfust naturally ^demoralize the community. _The young minds are being educatedup in what may lead, in eome cases, to be a nuis ?auce to them in days to comr. Dancing is a pastime, which if allowed to grow on a person, other duties must be neglected. I know cases where the husband'and wife flight after night attend these quadriHes etc., and what are they the next day— worth nothing. Ultimately ruia «ete in. I sincerely hope ;that the mothers will take note...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COST OF GROWING WHEAT. [To the Editor Peak Kill Express) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

COST OP GROWING WHEAT, (2b tfie Miter Peak mil Exprm) Sir,— Seeing by your issue of the 31st July, (hat the Vexed 'question of the 'Cost of growing wheat', was still dragging on its weary way, I thought a letter on the subject might help to clear away the naze, that seems to hang orer itj and as both Mr Grimmett and Mr Tones arc getting personal, in their letters, 1 beg to remind them 'that afeuBe is not argument. A very learned counsel once advised that — ''When you hare a bad case, abuse 'the other sidert . This is exactly what both the gentlemen are doing — abus ing the other side, I was present at the meeting of the F. & S., at Peak Hill, when the question was discussed so fully, and quite concur with^Mr Grimmett that he was on his trial that ?day, for the very fact that he had given certain figures, as to the cost of grow ing wheat at Parkes Land Board, in the re-appraisement cases. Tlie F. & £. Association of Peak Hill disputed those figures, and invited Mr Gri...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

Official Correspondence. Tho fotiowing official correspondence j has been forwarded to us by Mr; j Clara, M.L.A., for publication :^- j Public Works Department. Sub- I ject: Asking, that the road, opposite I the newly constructed ' tank between 1 Alectowa arid Parkes, may be widen- j ed. Eeply: tt is reported that the j metalled road at the place mentioned, 1 is 20 feet wide, and in good order, and j that there is not any occasion for wid- j ening the metalled portion, or execut- | ing any repairs/ ? j Subejct: Trial survey of Line— Par- | kea i» Narrmine, via Limestone, Oor- j adgery, Genanagie, Peak Hill &c; 1 Eeply:, This will be considered when j funds are available. . ~ . 1 Subject : Grant to clear road from j Peak Hill' to Bogan Eiver Bridge. 1 Eeply: The work asked for is a matter ' J for the Council to attend to. I ? Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 3 29th April last, relative to the construe^ i tion of a combined weir and bridge 3 Across the Bogan Eiver at a po...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

'?'?y^f Babbits. v'r:W/ In the r vicinity of Kadina, rabbits are becoming alarmingly numerous and little, if anything} is being done to cope with the pesh This is very much to be deplored, as past experi ence has taught us what amount of harm theBB rodents are capable of do ing.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

1 'BBnMMHHHHMMHlBnHHBMBMiWM Original Correspondence. [While «Sur columns are -at all times open for the publication Af tnatter oAJculated to be »f interest to our readers, we do not ne cessarily iaantify crtuselveB yriih. thd opinion* expressed under thin heading.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEEFING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

? - EEEFING. Tuckwelland party, tributors in .the Crown, cleaned up at the Public Bat tery on Saturday last. 95 loads were put through for a return of 12ozs., or an average - of a little over 2Jdwts. This hardly paid expenses. The party have, in consequence, ceased work for the time. Dixon and party and Muller and party, from the Boulder, are both crushing. Each party has some 14 tons. Hams Bros,, at the Bobby Burns, have some 40 or 50 tons of stone at grass, awaiting an opportunity for crushing. During the week Lambert and Houten cleaned up some 6 tons from the Welcome. It yielded a return of 18$ozs. The party had previously dollied out some 12ozs. from the same stone, which would bring the average to 5ozs. per. ton.' The gold is in pipes and is extremely difficult to get at — the 6 tons representing nearly 10 months, work. On Saturdayj at Paton's battery, Moy and party, of Tomingley, cleaned up some 17 tons for an average yield per ton, of 3ozs. 18dwte.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

Mining. Local mining still continues to hold its own, and the interest in it continues unabated.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parkes Show Races. The following are the results: HURDLE BACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

Parkes Show Races. The following are the results -i Hurdle Eaoe. J. Eawsthorne's Killamey, 9.0 .. 1 H. Taylor's Antler, 10.4 .. .. 2 A Swanson's Kinkora, 1.0.13 . . 3 Time, 4iuin. l6bos! Flydtg Handicap. M Chippendale's Faithful, 7. 10 .. 1 C. McConochie's Zerda, 8.4 . . 2 A. Grant's Belabula, 7.12.. .. 3 Time, lmin, 18'sec. Welter Handicap. J. McConochie's Plaintiff, 10.4 . . 1 C. McKeowen's Barb, 10.8 . . 2 A. Marrin's Splash, 9.8 - . . . 3 Time, lmin. 18 2-5secs. Show Handicap. W. Langby's Clarrie, 8.9 ., . 4 . 1 W. Acton's Diumre, 8.4 .. . . 2 H. A Langham's Melossi, 9.1, -. 4 Time, lmin, 46 2-5secs. Fabewei-l Handicap. : C. McKeowen's Barb, 8.6 .. , , 2 W. Boss' Corollary, 7,8 . . .3 Time, lmin. 19eecs,

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ALLUVIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

ALLUVIAL. The main item of interest this week on Paddy's Flat was the securing of a 2oz. spec by Messrs. Finlay; Frazer and party from their claim— No.-.- ..3 north; This party hasvbeen engaged tor the : Ttast week wasliin&r some 20 loads oi dirt by means of tho troughs. Other than the find above mentioned nothing payable can be obtained by them. Hubbard and party — No. 5 north, bottomed on Friday evening last. After driving west for. about 12 or 13. feet they struck the wash which is. making as it goes. Colors were ob tained which are on the improve. Lloyd and party, No. 2 north, who bottomed on a mullock bar, have struck the wash about 12 feet to the eastward from their claim. They are driving to the westward with the object of put ting down a monkey shaft to catch the run. McDonald and party have erected a whip and are raising dirt by this means. . The prospects from Callaghan and party's claim are very consistent, and the heap of wash dirt which they have at grass is exp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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McPHAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 21 August 1903

MCPHAIL, 1 ^ A ballot, in conncotion with the fl election of twelve coramitteemen for fl the McPhail Progress Association, was '? taken on Monday last. ' 22 gentlemen ? were nominated. Mr.- James Guy . ? acted as Bo turning Officer, and. Mr, ? W. J. Norris as Poll Clerk. The fol^ ; ? lowing is' the result .- — ? Tattersall; Jas. .. ...63 votes ? PopBjM. .--. ?',-.- .. 62 ., 1 Norris, W. J; ; ?. . . , 59 (- m Dawson, E. . i s .: . . 57 . ,* /fl ClarkW^. .: '.,.. .. : 57-..,, 1 TSTJcnolls; W. 3Y-- W -- '. ?. .\ *5-l-,v: - 9 Scott, T. .. ;; ,. ; 55 ,4 M Ferguson, A. B-. ? . . . . 47 ,,~ -'? Mitchell, &.-. . .'; ..« „ 1 White, G ? . . . . 45 „ 1 McFarlane, T. .... 45 „ fl Hodge, A; . . ' ? .: :i 39 ' )S 1 McAtamney, E. . . . . 36 ,j m Eeilly, E ? . . 32 (i 1 Winberg, E; . . . . 32 ,s 1 Kivisto, A. ? 28 ,, M Sedgewick, J. B; . . ; . 27 ,-, 1 Dunshea, 3... a'- -. . 26 ,s 1 Colbran, T ? 23 ,t 1 Carter, A ? 21 ,- ? Brown, W. ? 17 j, 1 StQler L. B. .. . . 15 „ 1 The first 12 were dul...

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Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO REPUTATION. CHAPTER XXIV IN THE SHADOW OF THE MAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Agatha Webb. THE MAN OF NO m:PUTATION. chai'tkr'xxiv TS TItE SHADOW OF THE MAST. Tin gav-» Sweetwatev a liaimuoet *iii(l admitted him to the mess, but t-ild h-m tluit ns soon as his bruises iiHinved lu'tit to work lie (should show ? himself ou dcuk or uspect the roug-h tix-'ntmentoiHimionlj bestowed on stow ?» WrH'rt. ? It wi!8 n prospect t(i daunt some 'Jueii, liu*; not Sweetwntpr. Indeed, it . Vns no more thnn lie hnd oalculated *-ipnn when he left his snTin^B behind with liis i ild mother, ami etiteroil upon :Tliis enteijK'iso with only ji little change ? in his ]H)uket H« had undertaken out fit lore and £s-Htitudo to Mr. Suther land to rid Frederick of a dnngarouB v.-itnoss, and lie felt able to complete the sarriiice. More than that, he was t'ren strangely Jiappr for a ti::io. The 4-i.i.tion of the willing victim was his, 4 lint is for a few short hours, then he 5-fegan to think of his raotlier. How Jiad she borne his siulden depnrture i AVliat would she think had befallen him,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

HARRISON, JONES & DEViJ| Lti I Fat Stock Salesmen, ^-f 'WOOL -& PRODUCE BROKERS. W IMPORTANT TO WOOL GROWERS.-^I We Have REDUCED OUR Charge for Selling THE NEW WOOL CLIP to. 2 per cent. Being, a Consolidated Charge as heretofore. Includes Commission, Cost of Receiving, Warehousing, Weighing, Insurance while in Store, Cataloguing, &c. WT SELLING BROKERS ONLY, ^PI { Offices and Stores: CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. ^ ? . h DANGER m a cold. Attack it at the Start, Tne Case of MrTp. J. HORCAN. (BY .A 8VDNJET EXPORTER.) Without going far a6eld our reporter lately came into contact with a very practical matter in which we are all in tcested. It is commented upon by Mr. Patrick John H'-rgui, of No. 7 Norman street, Dnrlinghurst, who for the past twciity-aix years has lived within a stone'i throw of his present address. ' yon were living in this locality when roil experienced a great misfortune, I Mn loM.' queried the newspaperman. ' ' That is a fact, ' was Mr. Horgin's bri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Sciatica Ended. A REMARKABLE CURE BY BILE BEANS. . ' £or about three years I suffered from Sciatica,' says Mr. T. Holman, of ISo. 2 Steel Street, ^Stoy: HiUs,: Sydney. ' The work I undertook ne cessitates my working in water all day, and this I blame for my trouble. I tried several so-called remedies in the hope of gaining -relief, but without effect. I then went tinder hospital treatment, but still failed to obtain relief. The pains in my thigh were' something terrible once I sat down andv got a bit cool. When h came bed*; time -I could not bear to lie down, and sleep was out t-f 'thetjueBtion ; I would ; have to get up abd go 'for a walk be fore I could get any ease at all. See ing Bile Beans ad^ertised^ I made 'Up, my mind to give them -a 'trial. After the first box -I began to feel great . relief, and so it persevered -with them. In all, I have only taken, about three boxes. I still follow the same kind of work, and my feet are continually wet, but this last twelve months I hare...

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