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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

f WE- WANT . Yon to do business with us. We : . I claim to be experts in the particular lineB of Business that we are plving, ftnd as such, can offer advantages that cannot lie' offered by any other firm, either in Price, Quality, or Selection. WE ARE NOT ABSOLUTELY CASH TRADERS, Wc.liko ALL OTH ER COU NTRY STORES do a little of either, only that -we see that the advantage is on the Bide of CASH. By this system we are able to supply you with the Best Goods at the Best Prices, and in making your purchase you are not called upon'to pay up for the fellow that has sloped. L,est we Forget !. , OUR 'STRAW HATS (LaBiee, Gento.* and Children's), are worthy of your attention. We can show yon a range from 6d to Ualf-a-Guinea, in any Color or Shape you might fancy. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Men's Mercers, Outfitters, PEAK HILL. H. N. GIBSON AND COMPANY. felsneors, Land, Mining & ; ; Station Agents, PEAK HILL . ''Cental. Mr. Hugo Wain, Dental Surgeon, Trill return to Peak Hill...

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(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

(To the Editor Peak Mill Expreu.J Sir, — Mr. Crowhnrst ears that I am Tstili wandering' in a fiscal jungle. That ie clearly net my fault..;, I have publicly craved to be led out of it by the Protectionists of Peak Hill, but (not one of -them has been kind hearted enoughs come to my assistance. _ He calls me a living paradox. Will he accept my thanks for the compliment. 'Ttint it. Aflpms +x- me is true of every great and good man that ever Bvee Here v a Pxotoctionist problem which has always, proved, too much for me. - A jam~nianufactuTer obtains . £10' more anntlaliy for his pn^ntbeoaiise of the protective duty on jam. Like a fair man, who does not desire to ob tain any undue advantage over his fellows, he pays away £100 more an nually in the purchase of the comforts and necessaries of life ; than he would pay if this industry were not protected. Under these circumstances, is not the duty, on hie raw material, sugar, which forms half 'fth^e entire weight of his product, a charge, fo...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editorial Notes. THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Editorial Notes. THE NEW YEAR. Once more the old year haa died away, and we hare again to face the unknown future. What it has in store for each and everyone of us remains a mystery, and will continue so to do, until tho wheel of time moves slowly on, and the hidden secrets are revealed. The year just past h'as undoubtedly, been a most trying period. We have been visited by a drought, the like of which. Australian historv beers no record, but in spite of the frightful odds brought about by this catastro phe, our people have nobly borne the strain with that indomitable pluck which is so characteristic of the race from which we have sprung. 'Out of evil cometh good' say6 an old adage, and true, and if we but profit by the lessons which have been taught, in years to come the effects of a dry sea son will by no means bo so far reach ing or calamatous as has been the one just experienced : Dwelling for a brief space on what has transpired in our midst during the yosir just ended, we find...

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BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor P?ak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

s&ms^m o?moT&mo% (To th* Editor Peak Bill Express.*) Sir,-rl thank Mr. G; H.' C^owhiliret ior the part and trouble ho is taking in thiB discuEsion: He states that Protection is- ' Science.' If tWt he so, 'Will he Mpdlj name a scientist who has 'written -a text-book on it ; and will ? he .please nlso mention any University qn -1316. world ?where, lectures are de slivered .on this paiticular science ? In XHO XUUttUUUiV i. WUU1U U&e VJ luntuao o few important phases of the question. Will your readers, Sir, .please note that Mr.- Crowhurst's science fails to protect its own name. The title makes . T-ut that the system 'protects' our labourers, yet Mr. Crowhurst says in ?his own letter that ? it fails to do so. -He-infora that ' THrusts'' in America ?are exploiting the benefits and' adds, ' Have we not President Eooseveldt leading the van of a movement t-fde- vise means to control .iho. Trusts?1* 'Mr. Growhurst also admits the. failure of this science by hinting :...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Local and General. A happy and prosperous New Year to all. Xmas passed off quietly. The Boxing Day Bacos were a great success, The sum of £14 16s 6d was taken at the gates. 90 passengers availed themselves of the Cheap Excursion from Parkes during 2£nias time. Sheep stealere hare made them selves incomfortably felt by 'the various stock owners around Peak HilL of late. -??? ? ' V7 A vigilant watch is being maintained by the authorities, and it is to be hoped the practice will be speedily stamped out. The sum of £450 has beon granted with which .to carry on the construc tion of a weir in the* Bogan near Peak Hill. £240 have been eet apart for the Mingelo Tank, and £500 for a weir near Dandoloo. The work is to be proceeded with almost immediately. Mr.; Archie Ryrie owner of the Weemabah Station, near Dubbo com mitted suicide last week. Many complaints have reached us re the delivery * of mails from the Mingelo Post Office. Most of the set tlers are greatly dissatisfied with ez ; istin...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

[?] rWh3e£ur columns are at all times. open for the jwUication ft w»tt*r cftlcnlitod to be rfintareettopnriaadm, «n- donptner oeMirily idsntifT «niwlT«6 'wiQi the opimew erpreaseS mdsr &s beating.}

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Public Meeting. A Public Meeting having for its object the formation of a viliganoe committee, whose duty shall be to see' to the working of the various gold leases throughout the district in accor dance with the' Jjabor Conditions, is to be held on Monday night next. All wno nave .the wsrare of me town ana district at heart; -should not fail to attend.. The development of the Mining Industry-' is a most important factor to the prosperitv of our centre, and it is our duty as citizens to see to it, that the various leases around Peak Hill, are worked 'strictly in accordance with Labor ConditioniJ

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

TENDERS rrSENDERS ai&risfaited for erection _L -of a Pa*5fh)^6n the Recreation Ground. ,. ;'~. Specifications at Council Cb.am.bors. Tenders close Wednesday, the 7th inst. ? W..B. WYNNE. ? Council Clerk. TLvrLC tvcty-dky practices. - '?''? Vhfo atkine tor VoUe'» Sduiippi don't tifc* substitute* There it one only «nd only one gcnulae WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Don't be. put off by the ''just as food '' jstoty. . Unless the real brand -s obtainable it ~ would be -wicer anil' safer not to. take any at all. McKin!ey Dunshea, BEGS to announce that they have commenced a Stock & Station Agency BUSINESS AT HcPHAIiv Clients personally and promptly attended to. Good Grass Paddocks to Let. McKinley & Ounshea, Stock & Station Agents McPMAII,. this ij|||§||p Season. ' at McPhail and Mingelo And travel the surrounding District, The Heavy Dbauoht Stai.lio?, FEDERATION.' /f7EDERATI0N, by Challenger, out of JO |Marcliionos3 by Sir Hubert, out o£ Snlj by Fanner's Glory. * Chall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Massey-Harris Bicycles. - iJEfe^fcia construction. v^8iBt.,iii ^s«-)f rutming. ?^estiM strength of frame. I ife^liarris lip|}$. ^ifest^ S^eliinT^ag.' ;' ' ?''-??*\''-^;. _;'- ?$?'- -S-- -- '3pst in speeds _ ^S^J^in^n^^au^,^^ .. ,:. ? '^..^^i'i-i-:-' ;??,*:.? . ; We Jiold aty_S$eed:^dord^ ; . ^i^a ^j^e j& Motor Co., 4mirted, '?: -: ;':?? -?;': --^C \V .v\;^^7^Oeorge-sit^^ Sydney. Local Agent, A. W. Taylor & Co., Pcalt HiU. Harrington .*? H(Mi| i 'TJETISHES to notify the Pablio of Peak Hill and Surrounding District that he i? carrying TT on the above well- blown Hostlery, and hopes to meritafair&hareof public patronage. Best Brands of Wines, Ales, and Spirits. JAMES FREEMAN, CRATED WATER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, DEERIBONG STREET, PEAK HILL. TOR EXCELLENCE OF FLAVOR & PURITY, FREEMAN'S iERATED WATEES CANN01? BE SURPASSED. All Orders Attended to Punctually. J. W. LEES, Tomingley & McPhail. ' You cannot do better than give him a trial. Everything ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

'-?- iwk;-:~ -:&?-? - ? ? - '- ? ;__ . ':WeiJi&r^cihe mats oil men, wh.o'2^Bire to 'be Veil jirefised in I every ^iM&ula^^ : ?' fir, Hsmcw&HBBie. ' WE BELiBVIS : in eipanaioiiiS ilgH ' Trade and C^ti^ra; of ftro|pl |B| Ladies note cur Unen^ 11

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

They Sky. That after all the— now— past , Christinas was not quite bo bad. That the recent rains seemed to giys graziers heart to make incrry. That a large attendance, patronised tho Races. That said Eacos wore about the most orderly, as well as beins- iha hart, onn - ducted held here. That the success achieved is mainly due to the uutiring efforts of Secretary Wynne. That the next race of any importanco will be tho Aldormaaic Cup. That about a dozen fresh aspirants are going, to try aad show the old hands how a Council ought to be run. That about the best news on the tapis is that tho Pro. and Cyanido Plants are starting work. That with this object Messrs., Blunt and Anderson are in town. That' it is not a fact that the former has any prawns on ice this trip. That sums of £450 on tho Weir and £240 on the dam at Mingelo are to be expended, (Jie works to be started as soon as possible. That there should b&no unemployed in the district shortly, for whioh much thanks. That ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

A WELL-KNOWN Sydney Resident Cured OK RHEUMLA.TISM BY VITADATIO 4 7 Lower Foit-street, Dawes Point, Sydaey, November 30, 1900. Mr, S. A. PALMER, 181 Pitt-street, Sydney. Dcnr Sir,— I am gkd to testily to tlie invalualjle qualilications of VITA DATIO. Sonje 13 mouths ago I had to consult a Melbourne doctor re a severe attack of Rheumatism. The doctor prescribed ior we, but the medicine gave mo 110 permanent relief. I suffered acute pain for some months, and was unable to get sleep for more than an hour or two during the night. Knowing scvernl of your clients who hnd been cured by VITADATIO, I resolved to give it a trial, and am hap py that for tho last three months I have been perfectly free from pain, ? and have no hesitation in attributing my restored hcnlth to VITADATIO. I shall be very glad to give personal corroboration to the above, if necessary. - Tours faithfully. ; HENEY S. PEGG. Witness : Daxwl M. Ueie. For Further paticulars : S. A. Palmer, 284 Pitt street Sydaey. '.Vi'ff ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

A worn-out constitution renewed. BYBILE BEANS. Mrs. Sarah Lewis, of 5 Avon-street, Glebe Point, Sydney, says:'— 'Some 12 months ago a friend of mine told me she had used your Bile Beans, and that they had cured her of Biliousness, and as I was at that time run down from anxiety and over-work, she ad vised me to try them. I needed a real 'pick-me-up', as I felt as tired in the morning as when I went to bed, and my appetite was greatly impaired, in fact, I was quite done up, and did not know what to take to recover' my strength. Although X .was a little prejudiced against medicine in gener al, I was persuaded to give your Bile .uwuhb a. inui, auu n is wtcu iiiucu pleasure that I tell 'you that a very few of them worked a mii-acle with me, and I began to feel the benefit at oncejsy being quite bright after tak ing one or two at night, and my usual health began to return to mo, and I would now have no other medicine in the house. My daughter was also fl troubled with pimples on her face...

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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Concert. A concert in aid of the St. Stephen's ? Organ Fund, vras held in Murrell's Hall on Boxing night. There was a large attendance, and the numerous items were received enthusiastically throughout. The Misses Swain, Tre gaakis and Hand acted as accompanists. Proceedings opened with an overture by Miss Swain, after which the Rev. song. Miss Millgate recited in a forceful manner, after which Miss Lucy Swain sang touchingly, 'Wear a rose of red,' for which she was voci ferously encored. The next item was a song 'by Miss Birdie Hand, ' Jessie's Dream,' rendered sweetly. Miss. . Hand has a nice voice, which in -con- :- junctipn with her unassuming manner, ehcited vociferous applause. She was ^B loudly encored. One of our town's S favorite juvenile Elocutionists, — ^Miss B Gracie Barnett, recited 'Xmas.' fl The next item was from Peak Hill's H coming songster, Miss Dew&r, who .^B sang in splendid voice ' Yesterday.' '^m She received a great reception and was . /S determinedly ...

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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Hospital Committee. A special meeting of the above was held on Monday, the 22nd inst., for. the purpose of considering applications for the position of Matron to the local Hospital in.plao'e of Nurse Bright who had tendered her resignation. Present: Messrs. H. N. Gibson, President /in the chair'). Fitzfferald. Jackson, Davey and the Secretary, Mr. W. B. Wynne: Two applications were considered — one from Nurse Patterson and the other from Mrs. Betts. Eventually Mr. Fitzgerald moved, seconded by Mr. Jackson, and sup ported by Mr. Davey, that Nurse Pat terson be engaged.— Carried. \ ' The President said Jie was' quite in accord with the decision madev $-om his personal knowledge of Miss. Pat- terson, extending over a number of years, and from the excellent creden tials read that evening, he felt sure -that she would .ably dieeharge the .duties incumbent upon her.' A letter was read from the Medical Officer, Dr. MacCarthy, intimating that he purposed taking a holiday, and that he had ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Tlie London Directory. /CONTAINS Mapa of London and Suburbs. \J Arranged in Atlas form, for convenient reference rwithont folding. Street Guide to London, locating tho positions of the Streets. Eoads, Lanes, Squares, Market Piers, &c. Commercial Directory of London, an alpha betical Register of Businesses in the City and surrounding London District*.' Trade Direo oonnectang kindred trades. List of Export MerehantSj showing- the Goods they ship, and the^rpreign Markets they supply. ' List of Sieainsbip lines, arranged under the porta to which they sail, anS indicating the approxi mate Saihnga. Local Trade Directories of over 100 Suburban Districts, arranged so as to be equally serviceable for circularising, can vassing, or ordinary reference purposes. Appendix of Leading Provincial Firms, etc., Classified under their Trade Headings, and giving- eoiae details if their specialities;

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Christmas Eve. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Christmas Eve. Xmas Ere is of course considered as one of the best business; days of the year, and contrary to expectations the one just post proved no marked- varia- tion to the rule. Although it was anticipated that, in consequence of the disastrous effects of the drought,* the amount of shopping would bo mater ially, lessened, such was hardly the case. Under the. circumstances the result appeared to be highly satisfac tory. The decorations of greenory .which .-met the eye in all quarters of the main thoroughfare, bore evidence of the close approach of the season of 'Peace and Goodwill''. Everybody seemed toibo in tho best of spirits, and. a subscription list to raise funds for giving the. poor and needy of our town a taste of the Xmas Joys, was contri buted to in a most praiseworthy man ner. Soou after nightfall the streets began to fill, j nd by ; .9 p.m. Caswell Street bore quite a' city like appear- ' ance., Xmas mom' was heralded iu-by tho swoet old Carols, .Two companies rep...

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THE CONVENT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

THE CONVENT SGHOOL. Thursday the 18th mat. was quite a Gala Day for the children attending the Convent School. For a week pre viously,- the little ones could talk of nothing' else save .the Picnic, and on day in question there was ample evi dence that they were infor ajollytime. Nor were they disappointed, notwith sharp shower fell all sorts of fun had been indulged in and a. good time spent. After tea an adjournment was made to the church, and the usual harmless games of Jolly Miller etc., were joined in by old and young, each seeming to vie with the other in mak ing the most enjoyment out of the affair. Little Miss Dewur pleased and surprised ,$he audience by her splendid rendition of ' JuaM|a', and Mr. Souter fairly brought down the house with a Comic. At 10 Vo'ocsk order was called, and Mr. Fitzgerald wended his way to the platform. He said: ' Sis ters, Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children, I have been asksd to. perform a very. nlensnTlf. diiHr. Thfi Risfnrs Vintro offered a medal fo...

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Home for the Holidays. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Home for the Holidays. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL.' Owing to the ? unfortunate illness of the kindly Prinojpal— Mi. Bay— no demonstration of aij kind was under taken by the pupils of the above school at their 'breaking up.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

MININO. The Proprietary Battery started work on Monday last. It is engaged on the crushing . of Tuckwell and Party's parcel of ore. - There is suffi cient to keep the battery going for about five weeks. Messrs -Harris and U LtUUtLO 11CLVC7 OUUiO JXU1XUJ.OLL IfUUQ Ul stone waiting to be put through. :- Messrs. ' Anderson,, and '. Hunter's Cyanide plant is being cleaned and adjusted preparatory to resuming operations. It is expected that the machinery tvill be in full working order within aiew days.. Messrs. -Warner and parly are still prospecting at Barrabadeen, but so far with but very little success. Mr. T. D. Oxley has been granted. Government aid for the sinking of two shafts near the Government Tank. Messrs. Litchfield and Brodie are -snrrying on their Oyaniding operations with' great succoss,

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