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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Official Correspondence. The following offioial-ccfrrespondence has been forwarded to us by Mr. Clara, M.L.A., for publication ; — $-epartment of Mines and Agricul ture Subject: Asking what area the Peak Hili Proprietary Coy. now holds. Reply: The leases held by the Peak Hill Proprietary Coy. are as follows: — Gold £ieases. Area. Labor Condition a. r. p. ? No. 269 22 0 36 12 men „ 325 20 0 0 10 „ „ 381 2 21 1 „ „ 407 2 31 1 „ „ 412 2 3 23 3 n „ 424 1 20 1 „ „ 434 2 38J 1 „ „ 718 6 0 0 3 „ „ 738 . 1 2 37 2 „ Gold Lease N. 409 of 3a 2r 32p was cancelled some time ago. All the other leases held by the Company are in force.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Church Services, StiJDAT, 30TH kuGtJST. ' XNGEICAK: Braie 11 a.m., Deitrich's 3.30 p.m., ?peak Hill 7.30 p.m. Wednesday 2nd-Sept,, -Peak Hill (Ohildren'a service) 4. p.m. jRev. H.-G. Wikson. TtCFMSN CATHOLIC-: ; 'Maes second Sunday in each month WESLETAlfc ; Kadina 3 p,m. Mr. J. Jelbart. Peak Hill -7.30 p.m. Mr. Horace Grimmott. l£cPhail'll a.na. Mr,;0. J. Morri6. „ 7,30 p.m. Mr. J. Scoble. ^6r ^Ifrtfaic Cheist. 'Coutplainte 'Woods' Great/Peppermint'-Guro. — Is 6d ThiSisiiot r I a Bad Way I WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Hot with Lemon xA BEDTIME ft Is -xn Absolute Preventive U ^ and Cure for m ^COLDS&lNfLUEHZA.y

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

f PEERING BINDERS, MOWERS, Harvesters, Cockshutt Ploughs. ? ; ? - ? o ? Brantford :-: Cultivators. T. ROBINSON'S Harvesters, Ploughs,. Strippers, Winnowers. SPALDING ROBBYN'S DISC PLOUGHS. ??????? ? 'i '-??:' ? ? ? ' ? ? SOLE AGENTS, JACKSON'S Igggr* Send for Catalogue. v GREEN Coupons ARE Valuable. ISSUED AND | REDEEMED GIBSON Brothers, V Cotnmoimealtli Stores, \.\ PEAK HIlL. fc They represent a I Substantial Discount I' 0N I CashPurchases f Collect Them. I Whelan & Gilcrees^ I SOLICITORS, | Forbes and Parkes. W ? : ? b'- Me. M. J. Gilcreest will attend ii the Peak Hill Courts ij when retained. I FOR SALE7~~ Wh rpoWEBS STEAM ENGINE, Saw Bench, J|£- JL Savr, &e., complete. Cost £80. Engine Si Trill drive Chaff Cutter, Pumps, Saw Mill, &c. me,- Also for sale Blake Pump and Force Bam §t Paiup. Will Sell Cheap. my Appij— bkodie & Co., B?:1 -*? ' .Battery Owners. *R 91. &Won Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents, PEAK ...

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THE LABOUR PARTY. (To the Editor Peak Bill Express) (Continuing my address on the above.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

THE LABOUR PAETlT, {To the Editor Peak Hill Exprm) (Continuing my address on the above.) ilere we nave -our magistrates wno ore sworn to administer that oreed, and I have no -doubt that many of them are favouring frauds, but any man who has intelligence enough to bring truthful proof against any magistrate that lie is wilfully favoring or trauamg, any man can get mat man dismissed from the Bench. What more can Britain do? The. rest re mains, with the people themselves to think ! think-! think ! on, and keep on honestly thinking, and you will be forced into Jhe belief that Britain's creed is the purest and best, creed in the world. But how are you to en-- lighten or make any good use of men' .who canndt or will not think. I have no doubt that those men who struck against what Mr. Bent said he was going to order, thought they were do ing ' right for themselves and their fellow-creatures. They did not see that both Mr. Bent and themselves were servants of the governing power with equal...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Original Correspondence. 'WMlBoni columns W9 at «11 times open for the ptitiication of matter calculated to be of intereat to our readers, we' Ao not ne , '9esa«rilr identify - onnelvea with tlie . cptnioni ♦xpressed tujder this heading'.]

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. TOMINGLEY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Editorial Notes. TOMINGLEY PEOGEESS ASSO CIATION. A long-felt want, in the interests of Tomingley, and environs, has been supplied by the inauguration, at that centre, of a Progress Committee. It is gratifying to see that at length the residents have awakened to tho im portance of united action in matters appertaining to tne welfare of tne dis trict. If requirements, or concessions are to bo obtained, it goes without Bay ing, that a body, representative of the ?whole community are more likely, and more entitled - to meet with a greater measure ef success than individual effort could possibly hope to do. The advancement of a town lies solely with the residents thereof, and if its inter ests are to be promoted, it is they who must provide the energy for so doing. The' concerns of a place, if not taken in hand by its people, can hardly be expected to prosper at the instigation of outsiders. We all know that a community which lacks public spirit sufficient to attend to its local wants, ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

WAEDEN'S COtftT. 'Coleman end party v. Callagb,an and **Ttv. -43-^fl-as postponed 'Until' tibe . 4th September,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Local and General. The Proprietary Coy. at present hold 55 acres as Gold Leases, with a total labor condition of 34 men. - An additional sum of £50 has been granted to Peak Hill from the Lord Mayor's Belief Fund. The recent rains have had a bene ficial effect on the crops. Mr. W. Ndrris has been appointed President of the McPhail Progress Committee for the ensuing twelve months. The death of Mr. Urquhart, whieh occurred at the local Hospital last week, oast quite a gloom' over Tom ingley, where he was held in the highest esteem. Sample Jackson's Is fid Tea. — Tis good '! Tis grand ! 'Tis glorious. — 0. The Australian Jockey Club made a profit of over £5000 for the past year. We have been asked to state by the Sisters of St Joseph, that the Art Union promoted by them some time ago, will not be drawn ; until the first week in November. . ? . ~ Grerf^lfjiow^s t?'Se; held on the 2udand3iviof neirtnionth. It is our sad duty to chronicle the death of Mr. HY Wooda.fniiterer, which occurred...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. Friday 21st August. {Before the P. M.—Mr Oslear, and Messrs. Hocking, Gibson, McKay, Matthews and Oxley, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Police Court. Friday 21st August. {Before the $. liL—Mr. Oslear, and' Messrs. Hocking, 'Gibson, McKay, Matthews and Oxley, Js.P. ? William Waddick pleaded guilty io H having left his wife' without* lawful H means of support. H The sergeant explained that an H order for 15s per week ha.dJpreviqusly H Wn made out against the accused, H .payable to constable Wynne. Con H stable Wynne Tied since left the dis ? trict. * . ? The accused was ordered to pay £2 H toer month to constable Williams, at H xomingley, for the support of his trtfe. ? H A number of interpleaders were H 'then dealt with, in regard to the exe H oution of a j udgment taken out by Mrs. H tyeit against Frank Taylor. H Mr. Kemp, of Narromine, appeared H for Complainants, while Mr. Molntosh H 'of ParkeB, represented the judgment H creditor. ? That of Frank Taylor, on behalf of H 'Cottle who claimed certain of the goods ^| seized was disallowed, and the execu ^| tion ordered to proceed. ^B Mrs Taylor claimed certain article...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tomingley Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Tomingley Progress Association. At the last meeting of the above it was decided to urge upon the Minister for Public Works, the necessity of pro viding extra accommodation at the local school, such, if practicable to be in the form of a new building, which can be added to as tuav be reauired. and subsequently demolish the old building, which has been added to and patched up to the fullest extent, and is not now commodious enough or* suit able for the well-being of the children attending, especially' during the sum mer months. ? . . . Application is also being made for the clearanoe of a road from the local cemetery, which is at present almost impassable for vehicles. ? ? . . -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Accident. I An accident attended by serious re* I sulteoccuredto a man named Brown, at I Boueneath, Oil 5?&esdft.y last. In com* I pany with Mt. Jones,' he was riding a I horse and leading another, the bridle I of 'which, by some means became en* I tangled around his foot. The horse I pulling back started the one he was I riding plunging; and he was pulled off I fracturing his leg in the Ml. ? Mr. I JoneB immediately 'went for assistance I and conveyed the injured man to Peak I Sill where foe was attended to by Dr. I MacGarthy. He is now progressing I favorably. ' ? ._-

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

? : ? ' ? — '?'??.Mi Drapery, Mercery 9 J Boots § Shoes. vH 'We CEO WN them all with ( Jackson's I HATS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

I OAMBEIDGE CLUB HOTEL, fl CA8WEI& STBEET, I -. - TEAM MILL - - I S.W. SWAIN, - - Proprietor. I -3NE OF THE OLDEST AttD BEST HOTELS IN THE TOWN. I Excellent Wines, Spirits, and Accommodation, Etc. I ACETYLENE GAS INSTALLED THEOTJGHOXJT. ^M First-clasB Bfiliard Eoom. ... Good Stabling. H The Public acquainted with this Hotel know its good reputation, and ^H strangers patronising it will be lull; satisfied with the xe&ult. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. I ' The best Wheel ' B Best in construction, fl Best in ease of running. ? Best in strength of frame. I Massey-Harris Bicycles. ? Best ia speed. ? Best in. honest value. I We hold all Speed Records, both Amatetw, I and Professional. kj I Canada Cycle & Motor Co., Limited, ? S57 George-st., Sydney. ? Local Agent, A. W. Baylor & Co., Peak Hill. I CARRINGTON .'. HOTEL, I Caswell Street, Peak Hill. ^1 ATTISHES to notify Oxe Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he is oarryi S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

* Town Talk That**® 2p£ spec, last week caused ;.'j quite tf^ansafionimoiig diggew on '- ^ Padd^fflifc- ? .'. ? , -4 That th& nuggfit which is to be ? ,= known as 'Soolivan'a Darling,' ; turned out to be a coppery one. ? ?;% '.\, That 'twas «%Kt)y below the «tan- - rv -? dard. ' ? ? ' '''-V ' That Cbfaar is booming. ' . That 'tis hot true No. 3 claim is to ?? be converted into a. mineral lease for the mining of copper. *;' That no doubt, if it were so, the ? party would be experts with the know ledge so recently acquired. That ' Dan ' would give a trifle to know 'That there chap wot disturbed their peace of minds.1' That Boies7 Hotel is one of the leading Hostleries of the district— 0. That next Wednesday a treat is ia ' store for the patrons of the Concert in Murrell's Hall. That there will be approximately 25,000,000 sheep to shea* in N,&W, this season, . That man was made to mourn, .and : woman was made to see that he does - it. ? . .-.: That Mr, C J, Cooper, acco...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

The Smallest Gates on Record. The smallest ' gates ' on record ere the minute gates or ' pores ' — to use the Greek form, in the human skin. ' As many as 2,800 of these occur on * sa^nare inch of ekiu. When aa oint ment is rubbed over tho skin, it fills these pores, and if it contains poison, the poison passes into the hlooii and is carried throughout the syatom ae sure ly as if the poison had been eaten. An eminent chemist knowing this, was im pressed with the general need of an ointment which, unlike most ointments in use, was free from any harmful coloriug nmttur. lie gave great at tention to the matter, and has recently prepared an ointment composed en tirely of vegetable products, free from all mineral poisoning and all harmful products. The ointment stops bleed mg, heals tjuts, burns, sore's, scalds, rashes and all skin eruptions, in a wonderfully short time, and allays th« ? . hunting, throbbing naiu due to piles, ft^iiay also bo used as an embroca tion. It was recently appli...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dubbo Land Board. CLAIM FOR RABBIT-PROOF FENCING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Dubbo Land Board, CLAIM FOE RABBIX-PKOOF FENCING. Thomas Bice, of Waterford, made application to the Board to appraise the amount of contribution, by George Penman, holder of h s. 96-48, parish Mingeld, in respect of making rabbit proof a fence on the boundary common to that holding and his c. p. £6-130 and t.l, 8B--90, parish Bulgandramme, county Narromine. The Board fo^nd 'That, the fence.claimed for is erected on the-'fio'uth boundary, of portion .6 ,' . ' ?and 7, ''parish . Bulgnndramine, the property ot claimant, and by the prod uction of the offial parish map there is sufficient proof that such portions are identical with c. p. 86-130 and c. L 86 90, named in the claimant's applica tion for appraisement, dated the' 21st May last. Further, that a road of about two chains wide separates tho defendant's landgfrom the fence. No evidence is tendered by defendant. It is admitted that the fence is a sub stantial rabbit-proof fence, . but it is contended that defendant derives no ' be...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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McPhail Chips. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

McPhail Chips* (From our Correspondent:) The newly elected Progress Com- I mittee has opened fire and promises . I to do good work. We believe we I have one of the best Committees ever I elected in McPhail. Mr. B. A. Fergu- I eon has been appointed Secretary: 1 His experience in matters of this kind. I will undoubtedly be of valuable assis- ' ' ] tance to the Committee, and of great ] benefit to the town; As there are; . ; many, things urgently needed, he1 will find ample opportunity of utilising hid superfluous energy. Mr W. J. Nicholls has purchased the '? butchering business from Mr. H; Pears. Judging by the energetic '*] manner he began he should make a ; successful business man. Mr. Hi Pears and family have gone to Peak Hill. ? ' , . A very interesting lecture was given in the local Wesleyan Church on Mon* day evening by the Bev. Theodore Huggart, B.A. The lecture was entU tied Ireland, anil was illustrated by Limelight views. The audience- was not a very large one, amongst tho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yeoval. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

Yeoval. (Fbom: Our Own CoEREsroNDENT.) The crops about here are looking remarkably well and a good harvest is looked forward to. The weather for the last fortnight, has, been most miser able. As the early crops were a bit too far forward, the extremely heavy frosts followed by sunny days, has given them the necessary check. Football has been in full swine this season, and some likely lads have been initiated to tho mysteries of the game. They have several good wins to their credit. Although the ladies do not play the game, they are good bar vackers, and 1 am sure a little credit is due to them for the past victories. Cricket balls also are much in evid ence now that a cup, presented by Obley enthusiasts, is being competed .for...; . -? ? ', r Owing to the dry weather of late, the roddy mud club has been dis banded. Scotty was the winner of the purse of quandong stones. The President, J. B., in handing over the trophy, endorsed the sentiments of the members, 'That Scotty waB a good y...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLUVIAL-PADDY'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

ALLUtlAL— PADDY'S FLAT. In this line we, in our last, reported *dly. Caliaghan and party's claim contin ues to/ prospect well. The same ap plies to No. 1 south, and No. 1 north. The two latter are not so good as the former, at the same time e.% three are payable claims. A arood deal of oroattectinc is coins: on north and south, but on account of the rain' our reporter could not get reliable information, thus incomplete report. Garnam and party, on the Boulder, crushed 18 tons for a return of 4dwts. to the ton. O'Brien and party's clean up in the same locality, was not up to expecta tions. As in the future they aretak ing less dirt, the result will, no doubt, be more satisfactory. Dixon and party have commenced operations in Waddell and party's old face. As the average of crushings taken from this was 8dwts. to the load. They should make wages.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TElEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 28 August 1903

LATESTTEI^EGRAMS [By WiiiE.] Sir John' Forrest has stated that the' - Governmentrdid not propose to establish an ammunition factory. He explained that already a small arms and ammu nition factory existed in Victoria, which was capable of supplying all the requirements of the Common wealth. : In view of the early termination of the Sessions* the State. Government 9 proposes. to sit on Fridays. / U A movement is on foot to present fl Mr. Heid with a requisition to contest ' fl the Hume seat against Sit William m Lyne at the general election; ' m The writ for the Willougliby elec- ? tion was issued yesterday. Nomina- ? tions close September 4th, poUirig day ? ?9th. ? -.,-?. ..-.-? 1 The . case of - Edward McCiillogh ? against David Syme, for libel for 9 wrongful dismissal ended in favor of I The murder of two blacks is reported I from Cardwell Queensland, also china' I mnn at'Geraldton. / .. 1 The Ministerial room of the Queens- 1 land;«5Pai?liainent was entered by 'M theivaS; and offi...

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