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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Photo Stoch Dealers, 48, : PIRtE-STREET,: ADELAIDE. large Stock of latest Photographic Apparatus. Hew Illustrated Catalogue post-free.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, September 21. 1898.I [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Commercial Report. Recorder Office, September 21. 1838. I Wheat (Pfc. Pirie) per bushel ... 0 3 2 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... " ... 0 3 0 ^I)oi (Crfedstone) .i. ... ... 0 2 11} _^Do: (Georgetowa&Laura)... 0 2 11 ^nr^?,ntCy) - - ••• 9 15 0 Do. (Boiler) ... ... 10 0 0 Bran,-per bushel 0 0 8 Pollard, per bushel ... — 0 0 9 Oats, per. bushel... ... 0 3 0 Cliaff, per ton ... ... 2 10 0 Hay/per ton ... 2 0-0 Batter (PtPirie factory) wholesale 0 11 „(<k*ry) 0 0 7 bggs. per dozen ... ... ... ... o 0ft Hamrper lb. 0 0 ^ Bacon per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Lard, per lb 0 0 9 Oneese,per lb. 0 0 9 Onions, per cwt.... ... ... ... i 4 0 Potatoes, per ton; ... .... ... 10 0 0 Potatoes (new), per ton ... 12 0 0

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Part XIX. (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

EasfcgSg. (Contributed) / The answer to those who contend that I the people. do not want Part .XIX. ' was 1 given most emphatically at the Adelaide I Towu Hull on Monday, the 12th inst, J • when a resolation was carried practically ! junanimously io faTOUf , of the Laud j Values Assesimienfc Bill now before j Parliament. r The Mayor of. Adelaide 1 presided, and" the platform was filled ■ with members of Parliament, of corpor- j ations, prominent business . men, and I I land reformers, . whilst the body of - the J I hall was:: packed with an enthusiastic I | body of citizens, there being over l,000 j persons present. _ j The Chairman (the Mayor of Adelaide) j stated that the movement for taxing land values for municipal purposes had I always secured his strong support, atid he j was very ' pleased to see so many rate- j payers taking such an interest iti the matter. .i-iBIr.jF.-J. Hourigan, M.P, had the post of honour allotted to him on account of the Bill under consideration being l...

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Koolunga. September 15. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Hoolunga. - September 15. The football season has been closed. The local club has played 9 matches and won 8 ; a very good record consider ing that th« majority of the placets were beginners. An effort is being made to form a Orickeling Association comprising the following clubs; Snow town, Redhill, Brinkworth, Yacka and Koolunga. Should this be arranged it »ill greatly: increase the interest in cricket in this district. The local branch ef the Agricultural Bureau has applied to the Government for one of the newly imported Jersey bulls and I understand that the appli cation has been granted. A creamery lias been established here for several years and as the district is admirably, adapted for dairying the advent of such a good breed as the Jersey ought to be of great benefit to the district* "Professor Lawfte has icotisented fo lecture here (5th October, taking for his subject "The- Restoration of Esliansted1 Wheat Lands." This matter is now en gaging the attention of fanners, and 1 ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

To Crorcsspoadeats. ! "Turn Him Out" writes condemning | Mt ; Catfc's action re the totalizator. . His letter is too personal for publication | without his real name. " Willie.; Sniith"—Your disguise is too thin. Your writing, stamps you as , nearer 99 than 19.

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Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

&m Steek Begort. Messrs'. Elder, Smith & Co. report under date September loth as follows :— Fat Cattle.—- The yarding , consisted chiefly of haiidy: weight cattle ranging in quality from good to prime.; . Bidding; lacked animation, and no improvement in values can be quoted. Shippers pur chased 42, whilst 46 head were left un sold. Quotations:—Prime bullocks, £6 to £7 10s. (a few of extra quality higher); good £4 10s. to £5 10s. ; useful ^£4. Prime cows, £5 to £6 ; good, £4 to £4 10s. ; others from £3. : ' " Sheep.—The tone of the market was firmer," arid values slightly higher. No isheep suitable for graziers were offered, and 1,105 of other classes remained un sold. Quotations Prime merino wethers, 12s. 6d. to 13s. 6d. (a few of ■extra quality 15s.) : good,:10s. 6d. to 12s.; useful, 10s. Prime merino ewes, 10s. to lis. No crossbred sheep yarded.. Lambs. - The supply i was inadequate for requirements, and prices >vere very firm. About 250 were purchased for freez...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Spostisg Notes, " Jack ilcllihgs^fchei well-known swlinmcr,: played in the International water polo thatch last month, having had . the good fortune to be chosen as one of the team to represent England against Ireland at Dublin. Jack is no dunce. He is an expert, in passing, a good shot at goal, and veiy fast when dribbling the ball. Frailty, who is in her twenty-first year, h*s thrown a colt t© Hotchkiss at the Wellington Park Stud. Her record is 15 foals in 17 seasons. Ranjitsinhji has written another book, this time oa the tour of Stoddart's team iu Australia.: It contains 300 pages, and is very readable. ■ ; Brock well, Hearne, and Ranji are ex pected to bemembers of the Maharajah of Patiala's team in India at Christmas. The Piince did not keep his original promise of returning to England in time to play for Stoddart's team against: the Rest of England. " The charitable instit utions have bene fited to the extent of £128 16s: through. the totalizator fractions received from the ...

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

ISsam? &et33 (by bboszewisg.) The Nor' Western Homing Society flew their Cooualpyn race on Saturday. The station-master wired.—'Beleased 7 a.m.. light north-wesi wind, birds making north west a* T G a-ra.' At 8 a.tn. the wind increased In velocity and the birds had to face at- strong I head wind, Wifch^the result thafconly ft few birds arrived home the same day, tii© first bird arriving home shortly before two o'clock, and led by nearly half-an-honr, and the second, third, fourth, and fifth birds were Tery close- -The firs^bij^put np^a velocity of 880 yards per minute, the second and tb ird birds patting - op 770 and 765 yards respectively. This race was'a surpi ise to a good many as it was all junior members that woo, and I am glad to see the young fanciers keeping to the fror.t, ns it encourages thenr to go more pro foundly into the subject. The iace resulted as followsMr. O. Peugel first; J. Brown second ; P. Brtmage third, then followed Shaw, WilkinS, and Mackay in "clos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

The safest, tlie most effective, and the quickest cure for Coughs and Colds is Fae!<l!ng'§ €oog!i Elixir. Thousands of Families keep tins-valuable Medicine, and by its timely use much illness is avoided.: f _ has opened Ms first shipment of VOL tie SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, Direct from the English and Continental Markets. New Prints. New Dress Materials. New Zephyrs. New Goods. Direct Importations. Mew Goods. Cottle is now showing. Cottle is now showing New Goods, New Goode, New Goods, at , COTTLE'S, The Cash Draper and Importer, mRS^ C. MV H. SMITH Has reopened her Dining Rooms in David-stveefc And solicits a continuance, of patronage FIRST. CLASS MEALS. Hours1—Breakfast, 7 to 9 ; Dinner, 12 to 2 ; Tea, 5 to 7. / 6 Cool Drinks of 3very description. DBPTTISTRTg. i SEE LL & TATTEESA1L, LEGALLY QUALIFIED • DEKTAL SURG EONS 33, King William Street, Adelaide. Will visit Port Pirie, and can be con sulted at the CENTRAL HOTEL, on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 12 CRYSTAL BROOK; TUESDAY...

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The Port Pirie Recorder WEDNESDAY, SEPTMBER 21,1898. Federation or Personal Ambition? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

mt $ctt Pric JLccotkr I Wednesday, September 21,1898. ! Federation or Personal ! Ambition ? ' Mr. Reid and Mr, Barton are again at it, and the colonies-look on amused while they bespatter each other with mud. So far a& the federal issue is concerned the election which will be decided on Friday next has little significance. Mr. Iieid is now, according to his programme, pretty well. as good a federalist as Mr. Barton, and the battle whi?h is being waged between the pair is simply a trial of strength between two clever men, both of whom appear to be less anxious about the great cause of Aus tralian nnion than the gratification of their personal ambition^ Mr. Barton's admirers will doubtless,not subscribe to this opinion, but his actions since the Federal Convention terminated rs sittings' are the strongest con firmation oif it. If he believes, as he has t pretty plainly . indicated, that Federation cannot, be brought about without his- help in' the New Pouth Wales Parliament,1 ...

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Reflections of a Batchelor. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

Befloetioss of & Batskslor. :';A man is always on the safe side after ! he has practised telling a girl the truth so •she will think he is fooling. ■■ Liet a man walk ten minutes with the average girl and she'll; m ike up ■ some foot sign that she snys means an early weiring. : JWheua ann who^has flirted : all his life finally falls in love,.he always thinks of himself ns a victim,^nnd how smart the girl (was who got him/ When a man starts to make a girl lore him. one of the things he says 13 th'it she must come to luiu for help and advice jiist as if he was her brother. The women refer-to a man as domestic when he dttesn twant to he let alone. i :i:|Nobj'dy,Tea11y..knows anything: alioat women except babicsand drapers' clerks; ; i VA.man always .tries to let - on to a girl ; ho just couldn't helploving her, bu t ho knows better. , The Piiricessjof, Wales is a cigarette smoker.: No'one,1 says the Whitehall Review, ha3 a greater penchant for "a quiet puff after dinner than Pr...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

Gsiekit, Cricketers are now rapidly getting' into practice* and several ? outside matches have already been ., played, so that most of the players will be in jgood form when the Association programme commences next 'month; The Proprietary Club*, are working hard to secure a. strong eleven, and < with that:encl in ;Vt8whave, arranged aa Association . among the different, shifts, .who meet daring the week. This is a capital idea, and will, I feel confident, give them a chance of gain ing' another' step" in Uie ladder for premiership honours. On Saturday a meeting' of the players will: tajse; place on the Recreation Ground, ^t -.2 30 sharp, when the captain and; vice captain for the season will be elected, after which a match wiil be played. The following ace requested. to,, be present: — Ogilvy,'' Sandry, Gosse, l>onnithornei Keidy,: W. Jones; Budd, McRae, Hill*Manogue,J.; Byau, J • Drag®, T. : Drage,. M. Jones, Puvlichj Callagh^n, Taylor, W. Camp bell, H. Campbell, Andr...

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CITY CHATTER. A SECOND ROBINSON CRUSOE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

I, > - CITY CHKTTER. by; Twitter. K A SECOND-ROBIXSON CBCSOE- S >,'F-| Everybody is taking of Rougeui'ent, tlie second and superior Robinson Crus>e. a discovery of Newnes new " Wide World Magazine." He was found moneyless and friendless in the wilds of the Strand, and his sfct.ry, which has been admirably treated by the stenographer and editor, surpasses in interest that of Def»e. If it should be proved .lacking .in genuine-, riess lit wiiLrank higk tn Jthe. rMluis «f fiction- Olark Rosst.ll id the Froaen ifiSea ;Pl!o§ after»;r«?sarrectfee htinifroi^f >a half century's sleep;-Tefrigeratedsleep® did riot venturo to brinp the hero before the Royal Geographical. Society, anfcici-' piling $00 well that he would be receivedi with the'eautioa accorded to Rougemont. Certain it is the Frenchman with ex periences will abound* with critics more hostile than savage blacks, or ferocioas than " mite . apply to ;-Ma «tat8mentai severe testa" iu the interest of 8ciani» and truth. For e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

isBpresiD^ Jferee yeaif 1 Mr; R 'Westati of Siichim, So.. Australia, f sends! lis liisportraitivhich shows a sJnooth , nml bealUiyeoodStlanottliesktn. .But lie - Uaalad tie followiEg experience: «■••**■ *■ For the past three yeara I have been suf . feting from an .eruption of the body. I liad medical attendance and had medicine to take ^an«l 3 lotion f(jrojjti?ar4applicat!on, butthey^ did cot <io iae th» slightest good. -Id fact X: r tried nilsortsof me«Hcine arid nothing seesjed ^-to relieve me. My life was a tnltden. I had no appetite and I could not sleep. I was strongly advised to try . . < - Mum's Safsapartt by a friend who bad received great benefit from it. I did so, and after talcing only two rtxfWes ttteltttJifis ieftrteaad I «ft better la ~ I ctw way. o ,cenl}aue<J- {a&ias theSarsa pariUTV an« altogether took six bottles. X am nnttr free from the eraptfon and can eat and sleep sw well as 1 ever did la my life. - It is no«ratxmt eigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

^ f has opened-his first shipment/of - L/Ottle SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, 1 Direct from the- English and Continental Markets. New Prints. New Dress Materials, Mew Zephyrs. New Goods. Direct Importations.: New Goods. Cottle is now showing. Cottle is now showing New Goods, New Goodes ' New .Goods, at- ■ COTTLE'S, The MRS. C. X. H. SMITH Has reopened her Dining, Roomsin David-street And solicits a continuance of patronage FIRST CL4.SS MEALS. ;Hour8:-Breakfast, 7 to 9; Dinner. 12 to 2: Tea, 5 to 7. 6 Cool Drinks of avery description DSWTISTEfg. ESKELL & TATTERSALL, LEGALLY QUALIFIED DENTAL SURG EONS Will visit Port Pirie, and can be con sulted at the CENTRAL HOTEL, on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 12 CRYSTAL BROOK, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from 4 p m. GLADSTONE, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from 9 to 2, LAURA, THURSDAY, Oct. 13. And Every Foor Weeks Laughing Gas administered. Extrac! ions 2s 6d, Gas 10a. extra. Artificial Teeth on the latest principles. Teeth stopped and scaled. CONSULTATION FREE. • jfglf' As tl...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

DEPARTURES. . Sept. 21—Merle, k«tcb„for Point Webllng |

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A Local Want. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

A Local Wast. : T i THB EDITOR. 1 Sir—r was ve^ gratified at seeing 'VCri" .Cri's" letter in your issue of even aate. I: "feel constrained; to give the ball of re form another push and help it along. A newcomer I hat 1 au», I was expecting also. tarfirid;;'pleiity of political organizations here, butregrettbey are so conspicuous by their absence. Surely with so; much latent talent here, brought into play, we could tasily put in two trne Democrats at the next general elections. I would suggest that a few of our townsmen me^ ana form themselves info, a committed and write to tBe Adelaide branch uf the Freetrade Association, seeing them to send onp of Ihiir lectn era here, say Charleston or Vanghan, to give an address on the advantages of free trade and point out the justice.of it. What has made England 80 great ? Any sane man w ho knows anything'about; political fccmoiny knows tbat free trad^ ig one*' important factor under the leaderships* such men as Cobden, Bright, Gladstone,; and ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

VESSELS IN HAIIBOB. Wych-wocd, barque, 1,216 tooa, Watson, master, from Hambnrg. • Amalree, barqa», 1329-tona,. Steele, master, from Rotterdam. Windsor Park, ship, 1(592 tons, Lambte master, from Hambnrg. Fulwcod, ship, 1986 tons, Joarneay, master, from Hamburg. Prince Eobert, four-masted barque, 2,654 tons, Hansen, master, from i'ort Townsond. .. George Fleminj»,'8teamer, 3,448 tons FargoDB, from Capo Town. ; i • . - Coasters—Omeo. Lady Daly, ' Eobert Barns, Frances, Sir W.Foat«r, Hawthorn^ New Arrival, BroEzewin**, Mary, Gambier Laaa. Elizabeth Annie, Capella, Jessie Darling, Atccs, Lncretia.

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"Twitter" and Lacrosse. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

aad Laorssss. TO THE JSDITOB. Sir—Then what "Twitter" has said said about lacrosse his been only banter. I hope he has been more serious in the compliments he' has paid myself. They cost me twenty; guineas, and see,; Mr, Editor, that you collect your share from your city correspondent. Thinking that it was my duty to also do some flattery, I asked him what he would pay me if I stated' in this <»rre3F»ndence that his was the best city- letter "appearing in the country press? He offered half a sovereign, but I stuck out Sfor half a guinea. However, the extra sixpence pre vented him from closing with me. There fore, no compliments from me. . I'will take" Twitter s," but when I have finished with him he will And that he has scarcely got his bait back. To come to facts. "Twitter" asks if sitting down in the middle of the cable-car track and 5 hooting the Adelaide Hospital doctors in Spring street is the M consummation of the brainy exercise of lacrosse." No; it is the satura t...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

VESSELS TO AKJtlVE. Africander, steamer, 2753 tons. Keen master, from South Africa via porta. Sailed Sept. 9. 15 days oat. Arroyo, s.s„ 3,564 tons. Glenn, master, from London, via Fremantle. To sail. Ayr, steamer, 3050 tons, Gibson, master, for Sydney. To sail. Gratia. Norwegian barque, 1475 tons, Stray, master, from Barry; To sail. s' Juanita North, steamer. 3,503 tons, Perry, master, from Monte Video. To sail. ;:- -■ Jupiter. Danish ship, 1651 ton?, Fender, master, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept.13, 21 days out. / •".* John Hna, 4-maated barque, 2714 .tons,. Had«en, master, from Paget Sound. To sail. - J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1807 tons, Lermond, roaster, from Hamburg. Saited August 17, 31 days uut. - J. C. Julius, Get man barque, 1076 tons, from Barry Bock. Sailed August 21, 28 days out. Kaffir, steamer, 2736 tons, Sinclair master, from South Africa. To sail. Mary Augusta, ship, 1,385 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. y To sail. Nymphe, German shift - 2076 s tons, Kilmer, mast...

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