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Refinings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

fta&uags. Amateurs tr>-xiight, . Laura Show to-day. Run badly needed. Hayiriakiug started. - France in a ferment. - The Young Mohawks. Cycle road race to-day. . ■: Another poor girl victim. Army excursion to-night. A quoit match .on the tapis. ■ Weather prophets all astray. . Military despotism in France. Cheap trip on Florrie to-uigh) Wh-> is our local quoit champion? The Union Jack floats at Fashoda. Meeting of coursing men to-uight. Early. Closers v. Telowie this afternoon. Block 14 strike likely to be amicably, settled. Drastic treatment required for the m ile seducer. Frencliy told to "m ve on" at Fashoda. Dreyfus made the wctun of French ■ .militarism. : r Rev. W. G. Clarke still charmingly eloquent. ■ • r' "Western residents complaining of malodours. Great; preparations for the Schools' Exhibition. Not much chance of work at Bundaleer for a time. • The bike road race ought to furnish a good contest. - ■ Schoolchildren busily preparing • for their Exhibition. An ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

Photo Stock Dealers, 48, PIRIE-STREET, ADELAIDE. Large Stock of Latest Photographic Apparatus, New Illustrated Catalogue post-free.

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, September 28, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

Commercial Report. Recorder 03ice. September 28, 1898 Wheat (Pt. Pirie) par bushel ... 0 2 10 Do. (Crystal Brook) 0 2 8 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 2 74 Do. (Georgetown & Laura)... 0 2 7 Flour (Country) 9 5 0 Do. (Roller) ... ... ... ... 9 10 0 Bran, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 0 8 Pollard, per bushel ... ... • 0 0; 9 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale 0 11 (dairy) ... ... .V. 0 0 6 Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... ... 0 0 5 Ham, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 'J Bacon per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 £>s Lard, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 9. Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 83 Onions, per cwt.... ... ... ... 1 4 0 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 10 0 0 Potatoes (new), per ton ... ... 13 10 0

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CITY CHATTER. A SAD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

CITY CHHTTER. By Twiitek. ; ; f'vo;.r~ I:. a sap case. ; The Port Adeloide abortion case, in which the natae of a Dr. Wilson of Kent Town was mentioned, is one of many &ad stories. Apparently the practice of women taking their lives in their own hands is increasing, though it should not be forgotten that until 1513 English .lawyers did not regard, it as a crime. The present anomaly is that married women avoid legitimate families, and unmarried women are multiplying the illegitimate*. Considering that society and the sex are so merciless towards the fallen sister, is it any wonder that crime grows ? Not so long ago a laudatory obituary was pub lished of a man whose treatment of a young woman a few years ago was des cribed as positively revolting. The woman paid the penalty with her life. If society is reiilly in earnest to present i the sacrifice of life, why not establish a | Foundling Hospital, where the erring mother may deposit the evidence o^ heir fault. She might then h...

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) September 21. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) September 21. Mr. A. S. Gordon, the promoter of tfce Adel&ide Charity Carnival visited the town a few days ago, arid formed a locaf committee, consisting of Messrs Blake, Sadler, Job, and Allen, with Messrs A. M. Sullivan and T. J. Gardiner as Treasurer and Secretary respectively. The usual meeting of the Literary Society was held on Monday evening the President (Dr. A. 'S. Bennett) being chairman. Two papers on memory and recreation were read by the chairman and criticised by the members and visitors present. TM r. Scott has charge of pro gramme for the next meeting, and some thing good is consequently being antici pated. Haymaking has commenced among some of the very early crops, but will not be general for a week or so. At the meeting of the Rose and Car nation Society a few days ago the Rev. G. Hall was elected president, Dr. Bennett treasurer, and Mr, J as. Forgan secretary fur the second year. The Committee consists of Messr...

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The Licensing of another Hotel. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

She Licsasi&g Hotel. TO TttE EDltbR, Sir—la yoar in p^porling: the result or tlfe app'-Crttion fcr a license for tBe t llisi|ig;Sun; Hiil eljVyoo s st«tc £hafc the lay members «f tho Bench were equally dittdtfd,andlthe Chairman ■ga.i'e liia casting vote in favor of the applicant. Then: is evidently a sligbt mistake here as^ar;<isth'^^i9e<9l^^>|l!s;^oncenicd, ns the Bench" consisted of t!ie Chairman (Mr. Stow) and five I.-*y members. The Chatrmajv nmst; t11etsre, h.weexe rci std a deliberative Voie^tO secure the lie. before fee g.ive-- the?^casting. rote ^vbfeb: sccuittd the gntirtiRjptf thC UcersSc. " A<* Mr. St»w is E'it^ thc. man. to vote two wayi on the one question I think we may emclfi'le that * the lay members- would tme raved as from the infliction of an ndditional public boiisc if the double sola had not been cxeirisedbythe Cbammri. The legality op oihorwiso of this double vote ■will have to be decided by; men with a better knowled...

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The Port Pirie Recorder WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1898. A Plumpton for Port Pirie. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

the -jport $3irie liaorier Wednesday. Septembek 28, 1898. A Ftamptoa for Post £irie. Fob some years the establishment of a coursing plumpton at Port Pirie lias been mooted, but it is only within the past few weeks thao a serious attempt hus been made to:get to business. Meetings have been held and a committee appointed to inspect suitable available grounds and proem e other ncc-jssary data; This has been done, and the informa tion will be laid before a meeting which if to be held at the Central Hotel.this evening. The r committee has secured the offer of a suitable piece of ground close to the town which can be either purchased or leased. Water is laid on, and there is plenty of cover and feed for the hares. A plan of the proposed plumpton which has been shown as povides for an outlay of about £450, this including all necessary fences, enclosures, &c., a room for a cai-e taker, and a stock of hares. It is proposed to float a Company with a capital of £550 or £600 in £1 fehar...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

rbr Viator.1 « lV0n. tivo races "at the recent A.J O. Meeting, is described as bein" a good cut of a draught hprao. But hand some is as handsome does. T6 carrv 10 st. 10 lb. and run six furlongs in 1 in in. lo sec. is a rattling good per formance, and B'air may be~put down as very smart. What a good thing he would have been to have bottled up for a Newmarket Handicap. Although by Blairgowie, who was a' handsome horse, Blair has great tufts of hair on his le«s Quimbo will not ba seen on the racm^ track again for a while, if at all, Mr! Coombe having sent the grey on a visit to Pygmalion.: ; At the Show last week I met several racing men from different parts of the North, and all were disjointed at the North-WesternJcckey Club being unable to secure the use of the toializitor and are rather sore about the action of our senior member; on the matter. I also learn that the majority of Northern owners arc anything but satisfied with Mr. Hughes's handicapping in the country, and would glad...

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Port Pirie Coporation. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

Part Pirie Scrpwation. Monday, September 2g. Present —The Mayor, Cis. Conley, Wilcher, Coles, McDonald, Lost is, Walsh, and Bunney, the T»wn Clerk (Mr. W. G. Wilson), Inspector Hawke, and Sur veyor Hughes. MA YOE*S REPORT. The Miiyor reported that Sir Charles. Todd had visited the p'rr, and lie together* with several leading residents had waited on him ?e state of: things at the Pott Pirie Post Office. He had also presented a memorial for a Post Office in the West, and Solomontown ratepayers ; had made applic at ion for a daily de iivery. During his visit lie had in com pany with Cr. Wilcher driven Sir Charles Todd round the town, and he h;td expressed his approval of the appli cations made to him. In his capacity as Mayor of the town he had written to the Commissioner of Pnblic Works asking to be allowed to take the names of several men who were seeking to obtain work .on the Bundalecr water scheme. He re ferred to the accident which had befallen Cr. Kerrison since their last, meet...

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Port Pirie Cycling Club. TEN-MILE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

TEN-MILE ROAD RACE. This afternoon, in connection with the above ten-mile event, punctually at 3 o'cl.ck Master Max Pearce will statt oiF, i- T. Ward following-at 3.31 ; J.E. Barretf, 3.4|; A. Hudson, and>Ha»dbergafc 3.5; H.^ Wood at 3oh i&Fox and^E, J. Stuart at 3.6; J §og!er at 3.7; II- 3. Heaslip and m Millard at-3'8.; •^red-Hea-llp-at 3Mi W. Hogarth at 3.9;, and.J. Casey and J. H. Ryan at 310. The Council having granted permission the race will startin BMorence-st.opposUe to Mr. W* ^'owd's residence and turning to the public School, thsnce along the terrace road to Mr. Slaters coinieiv turning towards the Pilot Boat ana then taking a half wheel across the paddock to the left, and when yearly opprevite'Mr. Hanberg's house Joining the metal road and running up past Messrs. Fred Grey's, Fitzgerald s, Tom and Jno. Brown's, following the road in its left wheel t nntil reaching the Wandearah Boad and turning xound race off down over the mile crossing to opposite Hay B*os fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

NEW GOODS has opened his first shipment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, Direct from the English and Continental Markets. New Prints, New-Dress Materials. New Zephyrs. Ne\y Goodg. • • Direct- Importations. New Goods. Cottle is uovv showing. Cottle is now showing New Goods,New Goode, New Goods, at MRS. C. U. H. SMITH ..Has reopened her Dining Eocms in David-street And.solicits a continuance of . patronage FIRST CLASS MEALS. Hours—Breakfast, 7 to 9 ; Dinner, 12 to 2 ; ' Tea, 5 to 7. 6 Cool Drinks of 3very description. ESOLL & TATTEBSALL, LEGALLY QUALIFIED D EX T A L SU 11G EONS King William . Street, Adelaide. Will visit Port Pirie, and can bo don snlted at the CENTRAL HOTEL, :on WEDNESDAY, Oct: 12 ■ CRYSTAL BROOK, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from .4 p. 111. GLADSTONE, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from 9 to 2. , LAURA, THURSDAY,'Oct. 13. . ' And Every Four. Weeks Laughing Gas administered. Extraction's 2s 6d, 'Qas 10a. extra. Artificial Teeth on tiie latest principles. . lWh stopped and scaled. CONSULT...

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Football. REVIEW OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 28 September 1898

FbetbalL REVIEW OP THE SEASON. ' (By " Tub Punter.") The season just concluded was the most successful yet seen in Port Pirie. and it- is to be hoped that the Association will; stick together next 'season and keep the game going;. The first Association formed in 1889 originated from here, and embraced teams along the line as far as Terowie, The Ports gained an easy first that year, but the following season (when only four teams com peted) they just squeezed home f.'om the Locos after a fierce struggle. The Flinders threw in their lot with the seniors after this, and were rewarded for their pluck by securing premier ship honours the first time of asking. The Ports wcve second and tlie Smelters last. The first and second teams changed places -next season, and then the Ports disbanded. Once more th9 winter game was indulged in, first position being again occu pied by the rcd-and-blacks, Solumon town acting tile part of runner-up. The g^me died but for a while, but* was taken up again t...

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The Late Sir George Grey. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

CONTRIBUTED,) VL"'Tis itfe peoplesays .Mazzmi ,;- " not- that individual faith which .creates martyrs, but that social fiuth which is the parentof victory, tUe. faith that aronses multitudes, f4ith in their own destiny, in their otm mission, and in the mission of the epoch, the faith:that combats and , pniys, the ifaith tftat; enlightens and Bids men advance- fearlessly in the ways of God and hn ma ni ty »-w i t h the iw&^d M the ipeopl^iif:: their 'hand,' the^ religion £)f ihe f people jn-Jheir heart, and the* future of the people in their soul." r jAnd in these modern &^6f^mpenalisfti;! of JiOldnizaMott by maxim guns, of the furtherance of British interests by the ruth less a.id Jfick^ rslSu^hter^ of -thousands of innocent hswagei \\ hen civilization, advances with the Bible in one hand and a bottle of rum in the other, we may well, look; back with grateful pHde"4 - at • the work accohi plished by the.' late Sir, .G«orge Grey, antL tihe* 'manner' fdf ' its ^cdiapll...

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The Drainage of North and South Wards. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Ths f&aiaaga of testis, aa& Soutk WisrSs. Thefollowing scheme by Mr. Spurr, for draining the town, was read at thfe Corporation useetibg on Monday :— 4tU Avtnue, Sfc. Peters, ; , 19th September, 1S9S. The Mayor an 1 CoaacilloFS, Port Pirie. WorsMpfol Sir n iGentWjea—-Having been requested to^fwraish % r report: on the disposal of slop and impure waters of North and South warda of your town so as to carry the same into the river to the north of or below the Broken Hill proprietary*s/Works, I have the honour " sub aril for yourt coaaldsratioa the follow ing; particulars:--' s * " I- Tho Jfqaid refuse which this report purposes t© deal with will conhj3t of urine, water from kitchens containing in suspension and in solutk® ( vegetable^ animal, and other refuse, and from wash houses containing soap and animal matter from soiled linen, and waste and foul fluids from smalt manufactories, public houses, and: houses of businessi hut no^rovisioVti made for carrying 'off the su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

NEW GOODS. S** has opened his first shipment of mottle spring AMD summer goods, Direct from the English and Continental Markets. Hew Prints. Mew Dress Materials. New Zephyrs. New Goods. Direct Importations. <■ New Goods. Cottle is now showing. Cottle is now showing New Goods, New Goode, • New GoodSs at COTTLE'S, The C Draper and .,..Kv, , MRS. C. H. SMITH Has reopened her Dining Booms in David-street , And solicits a continuance of patronage PlfiST CLASS MEALS. Honrs—Breakfast, 7 to 9 ; Dinner, 12 to 2 ; Tea, 5 to 7. ; "6 Cool Drinks of avery description DEMTISTBy. '' , ESOLL & TATTESSAIL, LEGALLY QUALIFIED DEKTAL SURG EONS 33, King William Street, Adelaide. Will visit Port Pirie, and can be con sulted at tlie CENTRAL HOTEL, on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 12 CRYSTAL BROOK, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from 4 p ra. GLADSTONE, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from 9 to 2. LAURA, THURSDAY, Oct. 13. And Every Four Weeks Laughing Gas administered. Extractions 2s 6d, Gas 10s. extra. Artificial Teeth on the ...

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Bicycle Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Sicvele Sawta. The following are the~har.dicaps for the bicycle apjrts on Wedues-iay nest:— • , P. Hunt W. McDonald A. E. Sampson A. E. Lybke II. M. Aunger W. Benbow ... W. T. Carter T. Bailey ... J. B. Fay ,,, J. H. Rj^n .... J* Casey K. B. Rassack J. E. Unsworth VV. J. Mitchell J. b. Murray A. E. I$rady il. J, Heaa{ip L. P. Sforga.q W- J. Onload H, McDonald A, T. Potter A, J. Canty D. Millard E.J.Stuart J. Handberg T.Parrington ... — 70 — 260 J. H. Shearer — <5 220 — P. ■.&. Nicholson •— 75 :— 280 W, Qogarth ... — 80 220 290 J. A. Qoggler ... 60 — 220 — A. Wood ... 70 85 235 310 A. Hudson ... 85 — — — 3s. 6d. may seem a largo sncj if yen want your customary drink, ^ndhavenot ■ the but H is a mere trifle [ when that anionnt will purchase a coarse I of three weeks' treatment of a medicine j "worth 5 guineas a bottle. That remedy —Life Drops. It lias cured many a des : perate and apparently hopeless case of ! chronie or long-standing disease pro? I noonced incnrabl...

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Tea-mile Bicycle Bead Race. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Tea-mile Bieyela Bead S&ce. Quite a large number ot peopoie as sembled in Florence-street; on Wednes day afternoon to wit ness the wheelmen start in the openiug road race of the season. Messrs.J. S.Crabb andT. Row officiated as Judges'; Mr. W. J. Player, Timekeeper; Mr. Crabb, Starter; and Messrs. W. C. Slater, J. BadenocY, A.. Limb, G. C. Peters, B. Hewe:t, and F. Rowe, Stewards. A strung south westerly wind was blowing, and the riders bad a hard battle, .as it was either in their faces or side-on moat, of the journey. Master Max? Peace was sent going punctually at 3 o'clock, and reached the first Steward, who wa? ttauoned about 50 yards past the Pilot Boat, at 3.3J, but he was nearly knocked out then, and 200 yards further on fell twice. Ward, who staited at 3.3$, showed signs of distress early in the race, and Barrett also ex hibited want of form. Hudson and Handherg were despatched at 3 5 and .Wood half a minute later, but they all came together at the first picket-, the...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR j:j _ Amalree, barqa<\ 1329 tons, Steele, master, from Rotterdam. , Windsor Park, ship, 1692 tons,liitnbi j master, from Hamburg. Fulwood; ship, 1980 tons, Journeay, master, frorallaiaburg- - Princo Eobsrt, four-masted barque, 2,654 tons, Hansen, master, from Port Town3eni if: Qeorga Pleminj?, steamer, 3.448 tons. Parsons, from Cape Town. >■^ Jj Coasters — Dawn, Lucretia, Aftrtie Brown, Ariel, Gambier liaaa, Yoans Chief. Lapwing, New Arrival, Maid- of Australia. Omeo, Lady Daly, i Napperby. Merle, Wilpena, Robert Barns, Xoung Galetia,Mary,Adonic ^ 1 il

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Sportsag ITotes. PBr ViATon.1 Tatter-sall's Club:will hold a race meet ing on Victoria Park this afternoon, for which splendid acceptances have been re ceived, and as the going will be alright a j good afternoon's sport is assured Pro-; ceedinga will open with the Hurdle Race, about two miles, Barton heidirig the list with II st.'5 lb., and he has a chance. Albury Queen is a game, honest little mVrethat will take a lot of beating, and Hike her prospects here. Rhodon and Thackaringa are the popular picks, and although there may not much between the pur, I prefer Rhidon on this' occasion, as he will stay better than Dr. Stewart's representative. Zulu will find support, a3 also will Wirrawa,, but the latter is no champion. Prairie Boy's day mu3fc be handy, and now that Little Martin has been taken out, the chestnut will have a fair following. : No d inger is appre hended fro.n the others, nnd the positions may be occupied hy \ Riiodos ... ... ... 1 Thackakinga , ... 2 . Aluory Queen 3 ...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

VESSELS TO ARRIVE; Africander, steamer, 3755 tons. R.een master, from South Africa via ports. Sailed Sept. 9. 21 days out. Arroyo,: s.s.. 3,5&t tons, Glenn, i master, from London, via Fremantlo. To say. Ayr, steamer, 3050 tons, Gibson, master., from Vladivostock. Sailed Sept. 3,27 days oak. -- "" V : .ii: ' Juanita North,: steamer, 3,503 tons, Perry, master, from Monte Video. 'J'o . ■ Bail. Jupiter. Danish ship, 165ltons, Funder. master, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. ^3, 27 ' daysoat"" "-"V"' John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, Ma'Jaen, master, from. Puget Sound..» To ' /j ' J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1897 tons, Lermond, master,.fronv Hamburg, ^iled August 17,38,days out, ; ! J. C. Julius, Geiman barque, 1076 tons, from Barry Dock. Sailed August 21,' .35 days out. "" ■ -'/ / KafBr, steamer, 2736 ton?, Sinclair * master, from South Africa. To sail Mary Augusta, shijy1,385 tons. Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. Nymphe, German - ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, master, from Ha...

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