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John W. Lees. TOMINGLEY AND McPHAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

John W. Lees. TOMINGLEY AND McPHAIL. This gentleman arrived in our district some four or five years back, by pur chasing the storo at Tomingley, owned by Miss, Wythos. With his advent it at once - became apparent that high prices were to receive a severe shock. Thrrme-hout the whole of his career hie chief object has been to keep the prices down, and residents undoubtedly ofre to J. W, Lees Esq., a huge debt of gratitude. About '8 months ago he extended his business operations to McPhail, where by his energy and enterprise he has established a flour ishing trade. At this hitter place he has entered upon a new venture, namely to sell exclusively-for cash, and give to his customers the benefit which a cash trade must necessarily bestow. He has cut his prices fully 20 per cent, and $)0ming as they do at this festive season, the residents of McPhail have cause to congratulate themselves. The Tomingley business will be carried on «s heretofore. The Xmas stock at both Tomingley and McPhai...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A. W. Taylor and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

A. W.Taylor and Co. Taylor's -is now a household word in Peak Hill. It is nearly eight years ago since Mr. Taylor first established himself in our midst, by purchasing the establishment of Mr. F, Gurnsey, situated opposite the old Post Office in Dugga ^Street. These limited pre mises, however, were not long destined to contain our enterprising friend who found it necessary in order to meet his growing, trade, to remove to more com modious - premises. About this time the Government having completed the erection; of the new Court House re linquished their temporary premises at the ?corner of/Caswell and Dugga Streets. Negotiations were at once entered into with the owner, Mr. Ring, and the premises were purchased by Mr, Taylor, who transformed them into ?an MpJto-date Drapery and Clothing Store. The great fire, however which occurred some two vears ago, disloged him, but with that indomitable energy ??which is so characteristic of Mr. Taylor, he at once set to work and had the old woo...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Among the Shops. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

Among the Shops. ' The' Business Houses, in expectation of the Xmas trade are beginning to wear the: appearance so characteristic, of thW festive ? season. Their ..windows are smartly dressed, and bedecked with all the good things which are calculated; to brine: cheer to the hearts of the young and old, alike. Each is vieing with the other in their endea vours to outdo, in* effect, the goods presented to the view of the prospec tive customers. The season of ' Peace and Goodwill,' though heralded in under none too favourable conditions, promises nevertheless to bear favorable comparison with former years. The public, at all events will be catered for by the business people in equal pro portions as heretofore. It is to be -hoped the residents will avail them: selves of the facilities afforded, and thus show their appreciation of the Storekeepers' action in catering for their every wants. On calling at the various stores We found- everyone exceedingly busy, but were enabled, through, t...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

liATESTTELEGEAMS [TJy Wire.] Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain ?were -entertained at Mombasa, for the Victoria Nyaiffia on Uganda Railway. The estimated cost of the ?Somali- land .operations to date is a quarter of a million. All the Marseilles Unions with the ?exception' of the Seamen's nave re sumed work. The strike is practically 'dead. Extreme cold is causing terrible dis ?tress in Austria, The Hatters onOrubathe State labor societies know of their coming last: February, and complained bitterly of *he treatment. - -. The 'Assembly sat all night. The 3jag was applied several times. Angry scenes occurred. The appropriation SiR has been agreed to. The loan ? Bill was lead the third time. Good general rain is reported, Most ?of the StationB far west have received good falls. Nyngttn railway line was washed away. -Many mail coachts trece delayed through flooded creeke.

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Raising Turkeys [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

? . - ; --f^ ^.^''^xTglgy ?-^^ [?] 4 .Bo sure tho hen is free from lice. Dust her, too. 5. Look out for mites and the largo. ? lice on the heads, necks, and vents.. 6* Nino tenths of the young turkeys iii fr-mi lice* Remember that. 7. l?i ) I h -will soon make short vrork oi il:em. Feed on cieto eurfaros, Give water in a manner so that tliey can only wet their beaks. 8t The first week feed a mixture of. one egg (beaten) and sifted ground oats, mixed, with salt to taste and cooked as bread; then crumble for them, with milk or curds, so that they can drink all they want. Feed pvcry two hours early and late. 9. Give a little raw moat^overy day ; also, finely chopped onions or other tender green food.

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Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

I Farmers' and Settlers' I Association. . A meeting o£ the Members of the above ?wm.held at the Coinmerdai Hotel on Saturday last the 13th. inst. Present Messrs. H» N. Gibson, (in the Chair), Oxley Eeiger, Haynes, Lampe, Bridle, Jones, C. P. Stephens, Newbigginff, Whitmill, and Bbbert Beaflley* Subsequent to the rmnutes of the previous meeting being confirmed, and the correspondence received for dis cussion, the chairman intimated that the present meeting had been convened for the purpose of considering the ad visability of making application to the Department mtb. a view to having an -Artesian Bore put down in the dis* trict. He then called upon Mr. Oxley ?who had been foremost in the move ment, to lay before the meeting par ticulars of his interview with the Government Geologist in connection yith the matter; Mr. .Oxley stated that the prevail ing drought had pointed out to him the groat necessity which existed for Artesian Water. He had taken particular notice of the country lyin...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

G-azette Notices. Notice is given that the rents due on. * tho undermentioned Gold Leases are duo, 'and unless. paid within 30 days from tho 12th., inst, are liable to cancellation : — A Brown, o.t. G7 parish Mingelo, 1 rood 20 perches. D. Ghcnhall, m.t. 51, parish Gun- ' dong area 3 acres 2 roods 10 perches. A. 3feClos]cey and others, a.t, 43 parish Grundoug, area 3 acres. W. Cross, m.t. 4, parish Mingelo, area 1 acre 2 roods 37 perches. D. P. O'Kceffe, g.l. 7, parish Min gelo, area C acres. T. F. Frazer, m.t. 131 and 132, parish Mingelo, area 2 acres 2 roods 9 2-erches... .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

Post Officer ffotel, Fred. Bradford; PROPRIETOR. ? i^-ii ?'.[-. ' : - . - . ?.. HAVING leased the above .bid -and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by Mrs. J. ffyzm, it Trill be my endeavour to moke it one of the most oomfo.table and up-to-date Hostelries in the West. . The premises hare undergone a thorough Repair, and patrons will find that their com fort is a first consideration: Special attention is given to iho selection of liquors, and the very Best Brands only are stocked. The Cuisine is in the hands of an able and experienced lady, and those who patronise the tables will find the fare to be of the beet, and the Charge Moderate. The Stabling accommodation is also mndi improved, and nothing but good iruolesome fodder is allowed on tine premises. Tour patronage respectfully solicited. Fred. Bradford, (Late of Queensland)/ Pbopwetoe ' - McKinley Dunshea, BEGS to announce that they have commenced a Stock & Station Agency BUSINESS AT McP HA I L. Clients personahy and promp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

|; ' I WE WANT Yon to do business with us. We claim to be exports in *bc particular liues of Bminess that we arc plying', and a-- such, rein ott'er iuJvaBtajfes that cannot be offered by -any other, firm, either in Trice, Quality, or Selection. i WE ARE HOT ABSOLUTELY CASH TRADERS, We.Eke ALLOTHER COUNTRY STORES i do a little of either, only that we see that the advantage \ is on the side of CASH. By this system we are able to I supply you with the Bast Goods at the Best Prices, and j in Milking your pmvhaso you am not called upon to pay up for the fellow that has sloped.. - ? ' - Lest we Forget ! OITK STB.VW HATS (Indies, Gents., and Children's), are worthy of your attention. We can I show you a rauge from Od to HaU-a-Guiuca, in any ! Color or Shape you might fancy. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Men's Mercers, Outfitters, PEAK HILL. ? GIBSON [AND COMPANY. Auctioneers, Land, Mining & Stock & Station Agents. PEAK HILL. ~~ DENTAL. J Mr. Hugo Wain, ' Dental Surgeo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

Summer Sleeplessness. In the Summer months many people who ordinarly enjoy sound sleep find themselves troubled by restlessness and total inability to get that sound sleep which is at the same time so refresh ing and so. necessary to all workers The reason for this is generally found in the condition to . the digestive organs. The trying heat of the Sommer has frequently a detrimental effect upon the digestive system, often throwing it altogeter out of order and one of the commonest symptoms of this state is Summer sleeplessness. Bild Beans correct the digestive sys tem and by so doing remove all the evil effects arising- from this disorder. By purifying the blood and stimulat ing the liver, stomach, .and digestive organs to prope^action, Bile Beans have been found an undoubted specific for Biliousness, Indigestion, Constipation Piles. Bad Blood, Pimples and all skin eruptions, Headache Deblity, Nervous ness Anaemia. Female weaknesses insomnia, Summer Fag and a host' of other ailmen...

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McPHAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

McPHAIL. (FbOM OUE O\ra CoBRESrOSDEXT.) Splendid rain has fallen within the last few days, over two inches being^ recorded. ' . The cricketer's eoctol was held en Wodnesdav. but owine to tho wet weather there was not a very largo at tendance. Hie mine closes to-day (Friday) for tha Christmas holidays, and will not resume work until about the 10th January. Mr. J. \V. Lees intends in future, to run a strictly cash business at MePhail. We were privileged a glance, at his revised price list, which certainly means good things for the township and district. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

1 IMfi^M /Tl F^WOMEN I TT is as good for women as I for men. Women often times I need a vitalizing tonic I Wolfe's Schnapps has always I keen a fine thing for ' tired/' and I suffering women. WolfeV Schnapps I it an old honeit all-round tonic I beverage and household remedy. I You get nothing but lasting good I fjom its use, I ASK FOK . ; I Wolfe's Schnapps r to* TAKE NOTHINO CUE. *

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Editorial Notes. CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

Editorial Notes. CHRISTMAS. The great land mark, as it ?were, of tlio Christian era — the anni versary of the birth of our Saviour — is now fast approach ing, and one and all throughout the civilised world are preparing in a greater or less degree to herald its advent in the custom ary way. Christmastide is the signal for universal rejoicing. It is a national — nay, international festival. No other day through out the year creates the intensity of feeling nor# calls, forth the rejoicing as does the anniversary of that time when Angels an nounced in Bethelehem, ' This day is born a Saviour unto man kind — Peace on earth, good will towards man.' Since last Xmas a great change has passed over the State. What was then a season of extreme prosperity has been transformed into a period of depression. Although this may be, it is the duty of those in a position so to do, to see that their less f ortunate brethren are given the opportunity of throw ing aside for a brief space tbeir daily.care...

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MUNICIPAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

MUNICIPAL RATES. Sir,— If not considered presumption on my part, would you allow me to -offer a suggestion to our local Council, of a means to get in some of that large liBt of ontstending rates. The plan works well m other towns where it is tried. First offer. 20per cent discount to all rate-payers paying Jheir out standing amounts before 3i8t Decem ber; then 15 percent discount, to all paying their next year's rates during January. . .' Yours etc., . ' ' ... Baukee. The resolutions passed at tte public meeting held in Peak HUl on Satur day kst, have been presented to the Minister and. are receiving prompt attention, L

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

We cater to the wants of men, YOUNG ANQ OLD, i who desire to be well dressed in f every' particular — * FIT, FASHION & FABRIC, I Jacksons,

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

- Cncket4 Thenret Trophy Match: 'of 4^9 i&te- «£vli ^on^eaKBffl^ a&Phaa^^lg^^ Tomingley, resulted in ft victory for; W=^ the kttor by 66 rung. Tke followinff' ¥?$$& tiro thb«cbresi-^-'iV-v. .,.^ \'}--' ?-'. ? V.-.'^ McPiiAm— 1st Innings, ' r''r^|;.'?^ GiSeibyjjb Freeman .. ... ??^01---'''v'r'';^ A. Akhin^.Wato^ ?.?i^-.cv.^;%, ' . l^rpWl yV^orBbfield^K^reomtfii^ ^.-;.. -tt:.;.^f|8j W\ .Clari^^lo£pj^^j:^^3.^.;^p;;1^ -;,';-lf «*^^S . -:,;^^Hiix^lfit-Iiin^gg^H^*^8 J, FreouianV'bPatman.-;' -;-, - 3^'sv'^^i A.^Yeo,o 'Wicks. bPatninh ... -^'/'?A.&g . E. Bridle, b. Alislivn . . »''? ' . . iS -^'Wm H. ;T^ga?15^b^Alc1iin: ' : ':^^- ^'iMmm ? 3&$M8ke$ c MickB% 3Pateit|^, ; ; i, '?0Sim ?5t2ft.cks6ri^uptout'-- ^Wmm^M^Ml m^ibsons.b Alchia ?-?..;1^^ '«%P^B

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

Take the Advice of one who Knows. Do Your Shopping at 'TAYLOR'S' WHERE YOU CAN POSITIVELY DEPEND UPON GETTING THE 73edf SuafifieJ fr ftedf *8ftoiQe ? OF ? ? - ~' Of Up -to -Date Drapery, AT THE . j I^owest Prices in Town, | Even if only 2s in the «£, it is worth saving. . ITS WORTHY OF YOUE INSPECTION; ? ? Y*/ lSHES to notify the Public of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that lie is carrying . Ti. on the abore well-known Hostlery, and hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, CRATED WATER AND GORDlAt MANISFAGTURER, DEEEtBOKG STREET, PEAK HILL. !POE EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR & PUEITY, FREEMAN'S 2EEATED ... ? ...WATERS CANNOT BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punctually. J. W. LEES, Tomingley & McPliail. You cannot do better than give him a trial. MverytMng keptm stock from a Needle to an Anchor. Positively the Cheapest House in the District. CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL, ? ~ ' -CASWELL STREET, * - PEAK HILL - - t...

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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

(To the Editor Peak . Hill Mcpms.J Sir, — For sometime past I have been watehing — afar off— 4he controversial battles waging in your columns, but up to the present have ? not taken any part beyond that -at interested amuse' - ': uient. In your last issue, however, appears a Jetter signed 'Shylock,' and it is so idiotically written, and the f acte so much distorted, and purposely misrepresented, that I cannot but cor rect them. Now, I do not' purpose taking up. much of your time, Mr, Editor,' so I will therefore, deal with, the last .part of 'Shylock's' letter first. Your correspondent could not possibly have selected a. sobriquet that would be' such a misnomer as '.Shy- lock.' He appears «o -woefully ignor ant of -things that, the .veriest school boy is cbnyersant with. Just fancy a man (for I suppose I. must -call 'Shy- lock' one) asking 'Is it a fact that half tho fines go to the proseputing. Constable !' - He also ' asks is; it this ' fact :that causes the police to keep_such r ...

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ARE SNAKES A PREVENTATIVE AGAINST RATS IN A BARN. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 19 December 1902

ARE SNAKES A PREVENTATIVE AGAINST EATS IN ABARN. (To the Editor PSah Hill Express.} Sir,— rDuring the whole course of my iife, which is over the half-century, I have been taught to believe that rats or mice would not live in a barn - or stable where there was a snake. N.vw Sir. exnerience teaches me that this old story, is a myth, like many ? other fables. Early last summer I . ' found a snake in my bent, fiad myself ; and family frequentty saw him after* wards. At this time the, place was - infested with rats and micej andnas ?;?? been ever-since. During thiB.weekl - pulled the whole thing down, and - .found Mr. Snake living comfortably under the next board to a nest 'of five : - ' half grown rats (it may be pleasing ' for you to knojr.tlint I secured both snake and rats), so that for the future' I shall put no faith in the ancient story, but keep an eye open for snakes all the time. Perhaps some of. your numerous readers may be abje to give some of -their experienced which, would ...

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