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Supposed Case of Suicide. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

; Supposed Case of §iiici<!c. • Melbourne, Friday Night. The body cf Mr. Charles 'D.'Dixon, the well-known. legal ; manager, was found floating in the water at St.: Hilda this morning, under cireufn stances which indicate that deceased committed suicide.

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

" Sliip FtJLWOOD .from Hamb°rg CAPTAIN JOURNEAY will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his Crew without his written authority. . FRANCIS H. snow, , Agent. FRED GREY HAS nmch pleasnre in intorimng bis many friends and the public generally that- be. has. commenced bo3i«es«as auctioneer,1 -xjoM^issip^;. AGENT. accountant, AGENT* r mqney lender, dc., Ac.. Bents andUebts Collected. -Estates Liquidated Or pnrtbased- fur- Cosh 1 S - Aaction Sales conducted any where In the Colony. Having a large amonnt of Capital at Command I am prepared to nnriko cash advances on Bills of Sale Freehold or Leasehold Properties Furniture, &c. ~^ .. CUA5IBER OF COHHERCR CHARGES. ACaUInyited : \ f FRED gre1t. Port Pirie. Bills Discounted daily. port PIRIE SHOEING FORGE, " Corner" Normaa it Fforence-streeis. Not? is-jour chance to get jour horse well shod. ~ " ALF H. GOODIRG, PROPRIETOR. Angleton Steam, Chaff and Wood Mills. -SOLOMONTOWN. HE/ILVER £r J1430R. Best risaff, somnsfc tales. Coi...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Meagher-Norton Fracas. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

The Meagher-Norton Fracas. Sydney, Friday Night. . The cases in which R. D. Meagher the notorious solicitor, charges John Noiton the equally notorious editor editor of Truth, with firing a revolver shot at him, and Norton charges Meagher with assault in company" were brought before the City Court to-day, but at Norton's request were adjourned for a week. A clerk named Williain Lawless is also being charged with assault by Norton. ' "

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

£19 REWARD. '|PHE above Reward will be/paid by'' JL the undersigned for informa tion leading to the conviction of the misc; eants who oo or about Septem ber 20th did wilfully and -maliciously cause the death of eight valanblepigs at our Piggery, Pirie North-'.vest. And further, notice is hereby given that any persons found on the pro perly after this/ date will beprosecn ted with theatmost rigor of the"Ift^ and all dogrshot forthwith." v ,r .;>■ *,■ SAMPSON & CLOSE. N.B.—Parents are specially warned that they will be .held responsible for their children if found trespassing. BAPTIST SCHOOLttOOM. MARYELLIE-ST., POM? MtilE. Miss Dalziel's School Will re-opeh on MONDAY, Sept. 26, 1898. Music and Shorthand as usual. CHURCH - NOTICES.: /PHE PORT PIRIE GONGREr JL GATIONAL CHURCH. Next Sunday. Morning at 11—Rev. J. Chapman, ; Subject: - ' "Man's firm faith and Jcfipvah's Mighty Works." 'Evening at6.30—-Rev. J. Chapman, Subject :t—" Paul and Felix." PORT ^PIRIE WESLEYAN CBURCH. —...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Produce Depot. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

The Produce Depot. Adelaide, Friday Night. The Produce Depot slipped 400 boxes of batter for London by the Orizaba to-day, and next week. 600 more boxes will go by the Himalaya.

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

THE Ijoward Line. TheStesKBmmot this line will sail froci Port Pirfe *3 follows (eircaaoiitaoces permitting} Vm > S.S DAWN FUHI ALGUStl. t . Kant Vt KDTTBBUm { "id3?'8epi*ZO POITT ADELAIDE J fPaJtaecycrj sad Carat.} PABESTo POST AUGUSTA, Saloon, 12s. ®. v STE SB AOS, Jfc &L' To POST ADELAIDE, Saloon, aOs-fSteeroge. 12*. ad. Brand Trip ria Au^osta, EdithburRh. and AdiUida back to Part Pirie, 35e. Regular Fortnightly To V ADELAIDE. GEELOSG J S.S. AGE HKLBOCBKB I & svD.ver fSATPBDAr, NEWCASTLE andall I Oct. I. QUXBSShA&D Pert* J NOTE-—Liberal DlsooontoEf Steengofamto West Australian Gold fields. KECULAll SERVICE FOT PORT ADELAIDE. r» *\ albany ( ss-buionyong. IfVSUV&Y ( T0ESDAT, Oct. i. FSESASTLB J Jfrmvaiif* book el risht through to the Goldfleld#. AU Freights and Passenserfares at .Lowest Bates. COAL.gML.€OAL. Be«t Honjahold, Engine, and Blacksmith's COAL snppUcd at howett Price®, large or small quanti . tios. 400'ir.iUon Tanks and Jroa-Wk Spokea fo...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

gmssm® Pi>rt Piria.—Laiitcde, 33 deg. |1 mis, S-» Longiinde, 138d®2. lmin. S. ABBIVALS. Sepi. 2l—Om«»,sehooner, 42 tons. John stone; master, from Ticfcera. Carge— - Flo*. . - ? . - Fapt, 21 —Lady Daly, fore and aft- schooner 68 tons, Leriia^e, master^ from Tickera. Flox. Sept. 21—Sir W. Foster, ketch, from Pt. ft'ebJing. Cargo—-Flux. Sept. 21—C&dell. steamer, from Port Brooghton, Cargo—Flax. Sept. 2t---Egsabett^s A&aie^ k«tds, item Wallaroo./ Cargo—Flur. \ r Sept 21—OazabuT Xass, ketch, 48 toaa,1 D. Ay Diaeen, maater.'frdm Wallaroo. Sept. 21—Broazawing,, ketch, 7& ton*, J. Blanch, from Kangaroo " Island. Cargo-^Flnx. a -?>, ~ZS Sept. 2i—Marj, k«tch. ^ tons, Bosser, from Wallarbo. Cargo—Flax, Sep*. 21—Ns® Arrival, ketch, 21 tons., H&rtnstoff, from Tickers. Cargo-f Hoar. Sept. 22—George Fleming, steamer, 3,448 tons, Parson*, from Cape Town, la ballast- J. Parting & Son, agents. Sept. 22—Capella, ketch, 73 tons, Lin qapst, from Port Lincoln...

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

*•E A. @QOpjE^ IMPORTERS -& .GENERAL STOREKEEPERS' a .>5 Stock as lisualj ljipge^ and w©ll' assorted in all. dcyj^m^|$fg£ A~LiberaiX)iscoiinfc for Cash. See Circulars j O ^ ^ ;■ 1 I 5 E LsIi^B-N- S TREE-1, P 01hT , M BREKFUS TRELEAVEN & BPH : Railway & GarWers, Customs, Shipping and Forwarding Agents., BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. ;V; ! JdDitkl^y - sSBKT{ .KD^ifDE, PORT PlRIE V" B ROKEN HILL. Goods consigned to—m ~are -delivered to Store floors iff jM Town am& Stijbyrbs. ^ . • OFRjGf :;ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, PORTPfRtE s PIANOS, PIANOS, ORGANS, ORGANS, gS^Ihe Largest Stock to select from Jo Adelaide.*^ Lowest Prices. Time Payments.r v ■ ^ ! - Woodman's, Greiifell-streety Adelaide^ s, .< Im porters of E very Description. of iU H ■' r% ' _ y /i4 Q Q :"3 H n" 13 21 M" O ® X £ A 3&r o @ ■p ■; A ^ '*B"'"® OS . y R »j A.:-3ST. ^ -on EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS; , • v 1 — :0:—t— — •>:< ■■ 'THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical' ...

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Cycling Overland. Adelaide, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

Cycling OverlamS. Adelaide, Friday Night. McDonald, the overland cyclist, arrived at Cavendish, Victoria, at 9 o'clock this morning, and continued on his way to Baliarat.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Hastings Election. BARTON'S VICTORY ASSURED. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

The Mtistiiigs Election BARTON'S VICTORY ASSURED. Sydney, Friday-Nigbt. The election for the Hastings and Macleay District took place to-day. The most intense excitement pre vailed in Sydney^ .and • elsewhereas to the result. The election assumed an inter colonial interest because it was gener ally felfc that upon the result depended to some extent the issue of federation. Ti e latest results are:— Barton ... -930 Smith... ••• ... 638 A couple of returns have still to come in, but they cannot alter the result.

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

Th3 $&2t Srns ISw^. Officials — Presideab^MnirO Wright. y»ce-?r2sidenfe5— Worship the Mayor (Mr. G. R Cliridge), Messrs. J. &* Lewis, IL B. Welch, T. Forre»tal„ W. Goode, and James Lawfw. Trwearer — Mr. G- Lewis. SecretarX—Mr. M. a Copingerv The Annual Show of the Port Pine Agricultural, HorticulturaV »nt* Fioncultaral Society was held -on Wednesday aud Thursday, September 21 and 22, and viewed from all standpoints most fee reckoned fts a a decided success. There ® falling-off in the number of exhibits in many classes, hot quality - was. never tetter represented, and. a gratifying feat are of the exposition was that most of the entries were locally owned and tvoduced m our own immediate district. The weather oi. Wednesday was very warm, but th.»t fact did not prevent a record attendance, the gate-money receded (£107) being larger than that taken at any previous; Show.. ; The total takings for both dap amounted to £16$, an amount which should enable the Society to bal...

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City Chatter. MARINE BOABD BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

; - Chatter. (Bx Twitter.) MARINE BOABD BILL! Mr. Roberts hating'fiufc eleven minutes to speak before tbedinnorhonr on Wed nesdaynight. could' not complete his ad dress in .moving the second reading of the Marine Board Additional Wardens' Bill. He pointed oufei that successive Govern ments had admitted the justice of the claim of the outpoits to representation on the Board, but have told the people in." terested that they must wait for the deal h< "of a Government nominee btfore that Admission could be given -practical; ex pression. His colleague. Mr. Cat-fc, had .uoved seven years ago for the creation tf harbor trusts by which the interests • cf the outports would receiverdue attenticn but the House would not grant it. . Very happily he anticipated any objection from the members for Newcastle;by deprecating rivalry, between the two, great northern ports, and argued that the representatives. should work harmoniously together. Mr Archibald cheered a reference to the en cou...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent). The Block 14 Strike. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

[telegrams. {From otir own correspondent). The Block |4 Strike. Adelaide, Friday Night. The strike at the Block 14 srneltr ing works at Port Adelaide was the principal theme of discussion in the City and at the Port" to-day. • The Directors state that they will have no difficulty in fining the, places of the strikers as soon as the works are reaJy for restarting.. The men say that the Directors caused the strike; themselves so as t-> get rid of the men whilst the. machinery is being overhaale.1.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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IN THE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

IS THE BALL. The display in tho hall was s>>inewh.it meagre, tho greatest falling off being in fiowera. Thtaia accomsted f»»r by the fact JhaS the Adelaide nurserymen. usually heavy exhibitors, did not contri bute a single^ evhibit ; this yew.: When this is tnken into consideration I ho dis play midi. by local growers washighly creditable. especially as the time ie not the most favourable for holding a Sower show. The v Judges hwl- .this; in view when they stated that they r?g*rded the Show, a success., The Her. G. Hall of Crystal Brook, exhibited *• not fur competition" a capital display of cut flowers. Mr. F. Grpy, of " ILealhnlme." »'s» produced an excellent coHection cif ; pot plants. Both these gentlemen' I helped to increase the attractiveness of the show. The firsl'prize table-design was an excellent exhibit. The .Tudgos recnmmeoti that'the large tin's-in Which catflowersareatajrecl should be ^dis poned- m«h and glasses bo sub stitoied Sire. R- B. Williams, Miss McEwin,...

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

^ Photo Stock Dealers, 48, PIBIE-STREET, ADELAIDE. large Stock of Latest: Photographic Apparatus. Jfeic Illustrated Catalogue post-free.

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, September 24, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

Commercial. 1 Recorder Office:" September 24,1838 Wheat (Pfc. Pirie) per-busfiel — 0 2 11 Do. (Crystal BrookX; ... ..;0 2 9 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... .... 0 i 8j Do. (Georgetown&Laura)... 0 2 8 Floor (Country) "... 9 10 0 Do. (Roller) ... ... ... ... 9 15 0 Bran, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 0 8 Pollara, per bushel ... ... ... 0 0 9 Oats, per bushel...; ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per toil ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton. ...: ... ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (PtPirie factory) wholesale O il (dairy? ... J.. ... 0!0 6 Eggs, per dozen ... 0 0 5 Ham, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 93 Lard, per lb. ... 0 "0 9 Cheese, per lb. ... ...; ... ... 0 0 8$. Onions, per cwfc. i.r>.. ... ... 14 - 0 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ...10 0 0 Potatoes (new), per. ton ... ... 12 .0 0.

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Narridy. (From our own correspondent). September 21. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

; (From our oai* correspondent). . September 21. .. The slate of affairs in this Uve3y town ship is all right; once you gefcoHtside the township. The crops ; are; looking well, grass is abundant, plenty of haystacks, and 'stock of all description, looking welt. Shearing has commenced, and the clip is clean and well grown. This township is fast going to decay, and at preseut it resembles a neglected cemetery with a dilapidated fence and a broken gate hanging by one hinge with the . aid .of a piece of fencing wire,. and * the. s»rass. is growing beautiful all around; the doors of the few buainess placea that are sfcil! open. ,1 Jf any; of the -neighbours. cc<me into the? street the people are quite surr;; prised, and ask one another what can be their business, Then all agree that£it is to the Post Office. 1 am sorry to record the death of Mr. Charles. Sniart, • farmer. - of this placa, who passed away a few days ago. He was a man who took an" interest in most local matters,...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Deputation to Sir Charles Todd. POST AND TELEGRAPH MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

Dejsut&tm to Six Ghasles POST AND TELEGR \PH MATTERS. Oil Friday morning a large and in fluential deputation, • comprising the principal business men or the town, waited on Sir Charles Todd at the Insti tute supper-room, the '• object; being to. bring before iiiui: the state of things pre- • vailing at; the local; post office, and to, if possible,.secure his support in /getting more accommodation for. the officials em ployed there, and t<» obtain a remedy for' the abuses which -recently have given" grave cause for complaint. " The deputa tion was introduced by His Worship ;the Mayor (Mr. G. F. Claridge, J.P), and there were also presentMessrs. H. Prest, A. A. Pearce, A. E. South, Fred G rey. Cou ncillors Wilclier and McDonald, T.' C. Simpson, J. C. Haslam, B: P. Goode, Parrisiers, Rev. L. Durno, Dr. 'Walker, F. Walters, A.: B. C.ishmore, W. Brown, anlW Cottle. Mr. H. G. Watson, our locil postmaster, was also present. :, . - The Mayor said that he had already made ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Reflnings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

Curfew. Fine sheep. , Flowers poor. Lenient justices. . Mammoth-duckeggs. Lwo immense bollocks. . Grand display of poultry. Grandmotherly,legislation. , ■;.. : A wretched lot of dairy cows. . Five per eent.advance onwooJ. . Why net a Four d sn» Hospital ? ' r ; A solemn body is,the pedagogues. Thanks from the Labour members. ■ •Usual carping at judges'decisions. ' Schoolmasters take life very seriously'. • .•7,s. ;6cL: for • stealing from the Post 0."Ece.' > • Auother judgment of Mi. Turner,- S;M., upset. ! Show judges needn't expect to please everybody. .! J6107 taken at the show gates on Wednesday.. The great northern; outports should work together. v - ; Caltowio. folk opposed to the Laura? Booleroo railway. .. . o • Mr. Manifolds', ducks- eggs weighed nearly 5 ozs-each. . Two '"willing goes " on the park. lands on Thursday morning. Easaia.andTTi-ance jealous of Germany's growing; influence in Turkey.1- ■ Eeporters sliowed more sense than * Mr. Solomon; according to ;Mr: Kings...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Port Pirie Recorder WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 September 1898

%lte ftoti pro Jlcrorber Wednesday. September 24, 1898. • In a disturbance at the Pilpfc Boat Hotel yesterday afternoon between W. Boyle and E; Quigley the latter had his leg broken, and baa to be removed to the Hospital. '/ A «QY named Savage has been arretted for the larceiiy of a watch which was stolen. from a tent a few .days ago. - He will be broughtup at the Court this morn-; ing. ii: :2: A New Hotel.—Mr. O'Mara succeeded in getting a license1 for the new hotel which he proposes to build in East Terrace, Port; Pirie West. The. appli cation was heard before the' Licensing Bench at' Petersburg on Thursday, when a number of witnesses for-and against gave evidence.* The lay members of the Bench were eqaally divided on the question, and the Chairman- (Mr. J. P. Stow. S.M.) gave his casting Vote in favour of the applicant. Mr. D. C. Scott, L.L.B., acted for Mr. O'Mara in Port Plrie. We understand that plans are in course of preparation for a taew hotel at George's Odrrier,:at the in...

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