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

. ? ?? LIBERAL ADVANCES -v.;'^' ??;;'' ;:. .:.,.' Accurate Valuations,, When required. ' ' '' . ; Prompt returns a Speciality. - : i ..! „, ? mm LtAllTED. Wf| |f| I PRiMOSPALS having over \ U U la .30 YEARS EXPERIENCE SOB I M~0 CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. las In Im! la %jl ' Strict attention to details, WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. ^ Offices & Stores Circular Quay, Sydney. Hapatic Congestion. \ Deranged Liver Regulated Tho Case of Mr. W. CLARKE.. (by a special reporter.) To those who liavo vainly puzzled their intellects with mutters beyond their cogni -mco, enlightenment of understanding will ? come from tho following narrative, which 'iiies from Mr. William Clarke, of Chal ?ior-strcet, Marrickville : — ' I was living six years ago in West Au» tralia,' said Mr. Clarke, ' and I have good reason to remember that fact, because it was there that I brolte down in health from a complaint which I thought I would never get rid of. Thinking a change might do me good, I went to Melbourne, an...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Peak Hill Jockey Club. BOXING DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Peak Hill Jockey Club. BOXING DAY MEETING. - The 'off.' meeting of the looal Club was brought, to a vory successful issue on the 26th. - There was a good at tendance,' good entries, good racing, and good fellowship; little wonder, then, that everything passed' off with out a hitch. Thanks to' the untiring to whose energy and forethought the days racing is due, also to the splendid work done by the Hon. Sec., Mr. W. B. Wynne, arrangements were com plete in every detail. The Officials in charge were : Judge, Mr. H. N. Gibson; Clerk of Scales, Mr. C. Barnett; Starter, Mr. 0. Doyle ; ? Handicappers, Messrs. Bar nett, Coleman, and Y-eo; Clerk of course,- Mr. .Boles. As a Committee man, Mr. Potts is deserving of a line 'All to his little self.'. The one unfortunate part of the meeting was an accident to a young lad named Taylor, who by son\e un accountable means came into collision with a post and fractured his arm. Messrs. Potts and Wynne quickly got going with a subscription list . and ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trigonometrical Station. HARVEY RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 2 January 1903

Trigonometrical Station. HARVEY RANGES. (By Fairy Bower.) The kind invitation of Piling Over seer, R. C. Gordon officer in charge of the Trigonometrical Survey Camp, to visit the camp and station, was ac cepted by several residents of Peak   Hill, and the trip will remain as a pleasurable reminiscence. Arrange ments were made to leave Peak Hill at 5 a.m., but like most over-night intentions for early rising, fell flat. A start was made about 7 a.m., the road via Barrabadeen, through Mr. Bouf fler's paddock follows the Clagga Creek up to within two miles of its source. From this point Mr. Gordon very kindly had a track cleared for vehicles up to the New Discovery Springs, which lie two miles to the south of Clagga Camp where the vehi cles in former times were left. The clearing of the new road saves the walk and the vehicles can now be taken to within 20 chains of the Spring. The Springs were reached at 9 a.m., and the arrival was heralded by a short sharp shower of larg...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

.. (To the Editor Peak Mill Express. J Sir, — Time is precious with me, so will leave the usual phrases of apology and plunge into my task. Mr. Crow hurst, of Tonungley, I perceive by the columns of various papers, has of late developed a sense of pleasure in news paper wordy war-fare, and has selected for his subject Piscalism. Now to any but a novice in politics this is an ad mitted endless argument, but why such is the cose the general public appear to -be silent. Yet the words them-,, selves—Protection and Preetrade — should be sufficient to decide the mat ter. The former is* restriction of trade, heavy taxation in the interests of the few, or in other words narrow-minded and selfish. One that all -of its advo cates rocommend as beneficial to the interests of the other fellow, at the same time fights strenuously to place his own interests beyond the Teach of its poisonous claws. -F*eetrade or Liber alism to my mind, means light taxation in the interests of the many. A tax for re...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor Peak Bill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

(To the Editor Peak Sill Express J Sir, — I notice sinco the last heavy rains, that the Bathurst burs are mak ing great growth in and around the town of Peak HilL I would suggest that the Council or those in authority, should see that they aro cut up before they go to seed, as, in the case of heavy rains the seeds are carried down to Settlers who are on low lying lands, and there start afresh. Now, Sir, as I am given to understand that there are some needy -families in the Peak, I would suggest that one or two of the heads of these families be put on to keep the pest in check. I contend ' that the undertaking of -this 'would help the needy and be a ' benefit to the town and its surroundings. Yours etc., Ratepayer.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY MATTERS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

?RAILWAY MATTERS. - (To the -Editor -Peak Sill Express.) ': Sir, — In your issue of tho 2nd inet., Mr. Bridle says that he -has been folly; -?occupied 'With 'business that don't 'often occur™ but I am afraid he has - neglected one important ;piece of busi ness, and the longer it is neglected the ?worso it will become, and it is orilv' for the sake of drawing the attention ?of his friends -to it that I write you, -Sir, in the -hope that it will no longer' ^be neglected. In - your issue of the 12th ulto., I advised what ought to be,: 'done for this unfortunate gentleman, so that he might be able to answer my 'question, viz., to prove what ho said. 'That I have no respect for truth,' or '' That r have ever said that he was guilty of intentionally evading the ? truth.' 'Now Sir, until ho do9S ^his -or withdraws -the statement,' I decline vtD discuss the railway or srny o&cr question with him. I probably shall have a. little more -to say, but wvaithis reply. ' . ' ,'.? ''' .-' . ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD AGE PENSIONERS AND THEIR CRITICS. (To the Editor Peak Hill Express.) [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

I OLD A&E PENSIONERS AND ? THEIR CRITICS: . (To the Editor Peal Mill Express.) ?Sir, — When. the Pension Bill was TseTore the Upper House, a reactionary faember had the degrading clause inserted about supplying Pensioners ?with liqiitfr. Tliis was against the ?wish of the -Gorerament who accepted it, rather than imperil the Act. It is a clear infraction of tho liberty of the' subject, as was N pointed out by the JBuuetin and -other out-spoken papers at the_ thn'o. I T-ol£eye there is no1 clause like this in either the New J^aland^r Victoria Pension Laws, the. ordinary machinery of the law being considered sufficient there as it is here to restrain 'and punish intemjierance either in Old Age Pensioners or others. This clause however, in the. opinion of -ane of your most esteemed ?.£orrespon- dents does not go 'far enough, for he ?advocates, amongst other suggestions, ;tho making it penal to take a drink from a Pensioner. Asa stranger might ??not know an Old Age Pensioner and ...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

I Original Correspondence, [?ffhile our columns are at all tomes open for - the pnblicaflbn of matter calculated to be' of interest to our readers, : -we flonot ne cessarily identify vbiiteelvea' with the opiaioBS expressed under this headiog.3 ,

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agatha Webb. THE PURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTFR IX. A GRAND WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

^Agatha Webb. THK rURPLE ORCHID. CHAPTPS IX. A OHAN-D XTOilAS. '1 ucvei1 saw the woman you ore tilting- about,' eaid he, 'and know nothing of the . drenmstancea of her ilealh beyond what yon hare told me. llat from the very incongruity between . ? her expression and the violent naturo of her -loatl», I nrffuo that thero are ' depths to this crime wliieh have not yot been sounded^' , '?* What depths ? It is a simple case of murder followed by theft. To be sure we do not yet know the criminal, but monoy was his motive ; that is clear enough.' '' Are you ready to wager that that is all there is to it ?' Tliis was a startling .proposition to the minister. . '* ' You forgot my cloth,' said he. The young mnn smiled. 'That is ; true. Pardon me. I was only anxi _. — jjui to show how strong my conviction wns against any such easy explanation of, a crime marked by such contradic tory features.' Two children on the Portchester road were exchanging boyish confidences. ' Do you know what I think...

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 — 9 January 1903

' WE WANT Yon to do Lusinees witl up. We -. ? ' claim to-be experts in the particular lines of Business '' that we.are plying, and as mieh, can offer advantages that cannot bo offered by any other firm, either in i'rice, Quality, or Selection. WE ARE HOT ABSOLUTELY GASH TRADERS, We.like ALL OTHER COUNTRY STORES do a little of either, only that we see that tho advantage is on the side of CA SH. By this system we are ablo to supply yon with the Best Goods at the Bett Prioes, andr in making your purchase you are not ealled upon to. pay up for the fellow Uiat has sloped. I I^est we Forget ! OUR STRAAY IW.TS (Ladies, Gents., and Children' b), are ?worthy of yorfr attention. Wo can siiOTT you a range from 6d to Hulf-a-Guinea, in anj Color or Shape you might fancy. JACKSON & JACKSON, Drapers, Men's Mercers, Outfitters, ? PEAK HILL, ; ' A2JD COMPANY .;'? Auctioneers, Land, Mining & I; -Stock k Station Agents, '?: TEAK HILL DENTAL. ? \(Er. Hugo Wain, Dental Surgeon, will retu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

? ^WOMEN It is as good for -women -as for men. Women often times .flejjd a vitalizing tonic. - Wolfe's Schnapps hat always fieen 4 fine tWng for 'iire£'and suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps (l aft ofd nohlst all-round tonic , beverage and household remedy. You get nothing outlasting good ', Wolfe's Schnapps i ' %U TAKE NOTHING tfcSE. * McKinley Dunshea, BEGS to announce that they have ? commenced a Stock & Station Agency BUSINESS AT McPHAIL, Clients personally and promptly attended to. Good Grass Paddocks to Let, McKinley & Dunshea, Stock & Station Agents McPHAIL. AT .'''??' McPhail and Mingelo And travel tlie surrounding District, The Heavy Draught ?Staltjox, FEDERATION, T7EDERATI0X liy Challenger, oul of I |MarchionoB8 by Sir Robert, out of Sail by Farmer's Glory. Challenger is by Em peror, and was bred by Mr. Hoskinson, of Windsor. Sir Robert was a. Tasmanian-bred horse, at '£4 Iflssper mare, and secured a first prize at Sydney Jwilso took firstpriEC atPar...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

V . LIBERAL ADVANCES Accurate Vacations, when required. Prompt returns a Speciality. HARRisdN, Jones & Devlin, ? LIMITED. IS! fl fl I . PRINCIPALS having over II W ? V ??- ' SO YEARS EXPERIENCE S El I IMP' CONDUCT ALL WOOL SALES. Bbi L in 1 1 a %M Strict attention to details, HPfcAS^F'ff*^ ~ WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. Offices & Stores7 Circular Quay, Sydney. DYSPEPTIC DEBILITY. A REMARKABLE CURE. The Case of Mrs. E. YEATMAN. (BT 00B EXPORTER.) Everyone capable of forming a judgment upon the matter \rill readily admit that the reporter's time was well employed when he ehoited the following information from Mrs. Emma Yeatman, shopkeeper, of South street, Granville, whose own words were :— ' I was so weary and weak after an at tack of inflnenra some eight years baok that I really thought I was sinking away. My weakness was so pronounced that for two months I was confined to my bed; and there is no doubt that I had a spell of terrible hardships. It wa» an uncommon thing fo...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

KADINA. (From otb akx CoKTsxsrG-aiia-T.) The total rainfall for the-year' just past is 13 inches-and 36 points, being 4 'inches less than for the previous' year, whioh was ale? an exceptionally dry season. ' ? The temperatures .of the concluding months of the expired year did not go high; but the new y 30x11118 commenced straight off, with tall numbers 102 on the 1st, 104 on the 2nd, 110 on the 3rd, 12 on the 4thi ???-??' FRIDAY, JANtJlRY 9,1903.

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 — 9 January 1903

Indigestion and Biliousness Completely Banished. The following caso of Mr. Elliott Watkins, of Lady Robinson's Beach, Kockdale, is a fitting illustration of the wonderful efficiency of Bile Beans in curing the most severe cases of In digestion and Biliousness. This gen tleman Bays : — ' For a period of ovdi1 four years I was a sufferer of Indiges tion and Biliousness, the symptoms which troubled me most being a dizzi ness in the head, accompanied bj a languid feeling, and a most perpetual and intolerable headacl.e. My stomach was distended after eating, and violent gnawing , pains attacked me in the chest, breathing being at times most distressing. i was also greatly .troubled by fi.ts of vomiting, when I . would be utterly prostrated and tem porarily deprived of sight for a period extending over hours. I consulted several doctors, who prescribed for mo, without giving more than temporary relief. At the solicitation of a friend I tried Bile Beans, though I did not anticipate any goo...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Battle of Gettysburg? [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

The Battle of Gettys burg, ?After a lapse of seven years, the manage ment of the Vyclorama decided to replace ' Jerusalem' by re-erectaagthat masterpiece of Gyclorama Art, the ? 'Battle of. Gettysburg' which caused bo much excitement here some years ago. Tor the last four yews, America' ?and Europe have been searched, tor a scene fit toTenlnee Jerusalem. andfolloiF 'Getfcva- Tjurg,' but nothing could be found that would ?not euffer too much by comparason. A South Africaasoene could not be had, .a battle scene was wanted, and a constant trish being ex pressed by Cydorama viEitom to see GtttrE'' buig again, it iras ??determined— as- oothini* equal to it in any part of the world could be found— to re-erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and viators to the city, -Kill, after repent events, find a special interest in seeing what war really means. The management have added a most fascinating novtlfy to the Hall of Jllnsions, which, with a quantity of new Cinematograph -jlms fnake up a sp...

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

. Editorial Notes. What is to become of our boys is the- earnest thought of many an anxious parent, as they be hold their children gnwingfroin boyhood into youth's estate, and the responsibility devolves upon them more than ever to choose out some profession or calling whereby their offspring may be enabled to compete in the battle of life, the competition of which is daily growing more acute. It is undoubtedly a^erious consi deration, and one which affects not only the child itself , but also,in an indirect way, the community to which.it belongs. It stands to reason that the person who is best equipped will necessarily be in -a better position to success fully compete with his less for tunate rivals. 'Unfortunately a great number of people are under the impression that some thing great has been attained if they can but get their children into : genteel positions — so to speak — where they will be en abled to, qbtaiu a living without any great physical effort, and will .always be, j...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

Says the Muswellbrpok Ghronicle :— \ Owing1 to the excessive heat having almost prostSated tiie staff, we trust our constituents will kindly overlook whatever defects may appear in this issue. Working with the temperature at and above 100 degrees in^he shade for hours, at a strotcL. is putting a heavy strain' oji' ordinary mortals— it has nearly proved too much for us this ''. week. . . ; ' ': We would claim the satne indulgence of our Headers, as our^Editor has been almoEt prpetrated with, a severe attack of influenza. - '??'=?? :

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

WE8LEYAN: Peak Hill 7.30p.m. — Jas. Qximmetfa McPhail, supply: .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

LATEST TELEGRAMS ['By 'Wire.1 SOUTH AFRICA. Mr. Chamberlain, speaking at Pretoria, said that although somewhat appalled at the magni tude of the. task, was still san guine as to results.

Publication Title: Peak Hill Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC: [Newspaper Article] — The Peak Hill Express — 9 January 1903

ROMAN CATHOLIC : Mass second Sunday in each month

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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