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CITY CHATTER. THAT BURRA SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

city By Twitter \ THAT BCBRA'SPEECH. Had Sir Fowell Buxton the intellect which his invalided wife possesses, he eould not have delivered that speech at the Barra, in which he oaly departed, from the tra'Iition of his office .by tres passing upon the domains of current politic*, bat gave an example of logic which would not bs tolerates in'an Ade ! laide undergrad. not to speak of an ancient English University M.A. Sir Powell evidently desires to bring about Bible reading in State Schools, which may. or may not be wise, at r-ny rate a vast majority of the electors disapproved of It. Because, however, the New South Wales Parliament declared that the majority of the people should not deter mine the matter of federation. His Excel lency seems to suggest that the majority ongnt not to be allowed to rule here in the--matter- of religious education. In other words, the inference is because the Sydney Assembly committed a fraud upon the people of New South Wales, and a breach of faith with t...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

TO MARINERS, &c. A0VASCB EDITION, 1803. SA WTELL'S NAUTICAL ALU AN AC, Enhemcna Tsilcs and Tables. 1S9S AUaaiacs^ fonr •ixes in stock. AilrGrtisantcnts for complete "edlt&Kt ttscciTBd Bntil HoTcmber-IOth. - - • li. CORNISH,-Agent, Port Pine. FRED G R E "5 HAS much pleastife in intonmng : hismany friends and the polilie generally tliat bo - has commenced business as AUCTIONEER, COM MISS t ON AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-BUY Eli, LAND AGENT, MONEY-* LENDER, Ac., Ac, Rente and Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated or pnrvhascd for Cosh . Aaction.Kiles conducted anywhere in the Colony* Having a large amount of Capita! at Command I am prepared to mate CASH ADVANCES on foils ofSale Freehold or Leasehold Properties Fnrnitnre, &c. CH1UBER OF COMMCRCE CnARGES. A Call Invited. . FBEB GREY, Port Pirie. Bids Discounted daily. - ROTBT. FLETT., WiTCBUKBt .AND ■ ' " 'JEWELLER ELLEN STREET, POET P3KIB. To the:-Heads ;of Families - - - RESIDING IN - - - POIiT P1EIE AND DlSTlilOT. A...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Licensing of O'Mara. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

TO THE EDITOR. • Sir—In-yoor Mfc: K. W. Duncan refers to a slight error in : your i fdnacc issue -ft)* 11&4 J purpose; ot criticinngp the actioaU&lttiB Bench. Jn" granting a licence to Mr. Q'Mara. From my esteemed friend one usually exneefs a ctttain amoant of coramon sense,.indeed he will* himse'fossuro you that you are .justified;in aoch 911 expectation ; bot the: ctmgrin_<>f defeat has obscured his judg ment and^jelktsfbim/tQ jnrrifce in the Strain; to gbich A noy. refer. He states vhat a majority of "ratepayers interested "we're shat oat on a technicality, and : insinuates if thiabsdnotheen donVwewouldhava fceen spared " the infliction '* of. another huteL^H iacjaat as wc'I tjW Correct.] What ruepayera were- shut out None. A ta£m<g$tl .^ig^poeUioa ptirpeltingJto contain the signatures of ratepayers or residents were very -properly rej^itd;, Bot this would not have presented "any" persons from Jtiun had they so chosen. And here let •m? ask...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October 1, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Commercial Report. Recorder Office,' October, 3, 1898. • I Wheat (Pfc.Pirii) per bushel ..._ 0 2 10 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... 0 2 8 Do (Gladstone)" 0 2 71 Do (Georgetown & Laura)... 0 2 7 Floor (Country) - ... ... .i. 9 5 0 Do (Roller) ... 9 10 0 Bran,perbnshel...- -. v...' 0,0 8 Pollard, per bushel ... 0 0 9 Oats, per bushel '... -.030 Chaff, per ton- ' '2 10 0 Hay, per ton 4' ... •... 2 0 0 Batter. (PtPirie factory)wholesale 0 11 . " (dairy) *; 1 O'O G Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... ... .0 .0 6 Haraj per lb. - ' ... 0. 0 9 Bacon per lb J ... 0 0 9 Lard, per.lb, ~ ..." - ... 0" 0 9 Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0' 0 8| Unions,' per cwt. 14 0 Potatoes, "per Ion. , 10 0 0 Potatoes (new); par ton ... ... 12 '0 0

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Trolt Testimonial. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Tfee; Troll Testimonial. , Adelaide, Friday Night. At a meeting of the S.A. Cticket in<* Association to-night-, the som of ■J". £'2i> was cfenotedto the Harry Trott #T-;rTeaUib6rtisl. The medal given by the Sydney 'Referee for thebest batsman in Ans tralia^Tas Uindud to .CIem Oil!. ^,

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

CHURCH NOTICES rpHE PORT PIRIE CONGRii 1 GATIONAL CHURCH Next Sunday, Morning at 11— Rev. J. Chapman, Subject—The , .Great Renewal of the ; Covenant. ' Evening at 6.30—-Rov. J. Chapraan. Subject—The Feastbn the Battlefield; Communion after Evening Service. NoTE -On and after October 2nd the EvcniVig Service will commence at 7. " A P T I S T C H U R C H . Next Sunday. Morning 11—Rev. A. Bungey. - Evening ?'—Mr. Ingli3. P ORT P IR1E WEbLF Y V N CHURCH. NEXT SUNDAY Morning at 11—Mr. Nicholas. Evening at 6.30—Mr. Haslam. ,. S.P.BOND, Photo Stock Dealers, 48, PIRIE-STREET, ADELAIDE. Largo Stock of Latest Photographic Apparatus. New Illustrated Catalogue pest-free. [

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The Totaliz tor in New South Wales. ADELAIDE, Friday Night: [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

The Totaliz tor in New SonlhWalcs. -fe^AuEfcAina FridavNisihf: Mr. A. O. ^Whitington, Secretary to I lie Sou'h Australian Jockey Giab, .leaves for.Sydnej to-moiro\v to give fevjdence before tlie New Son tli'Wales t ■ 'ParHrfnieBtapy --Commission- on the question -of the working . of the • totalizator. " •

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The Dew Flower of Death Valley. A REMARKABLE PHENOMENON [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

i Sew Flows? of Bsatk Talley. A REMARK ABLE PHENOMENON In the lower eastern part of the State of Califoi-nia is a trackless waste of hot sand known as Death Valley. Across it, bleaching" in the sun, are scattered the bones of ambitions white men and horses that have essayed to pass over its torrid bosom in early days. A few stunted shrubs, a rotted prairie waggon, a stretch of telltale bones, and a sea of sand make op its scenery. Rising from the horizon? arei the blue crests of the Penamint Mountains,: almost lost in the haze, and all around hovers the awful desolation that mates with bat ivnness a ud silence. L Yet, in the midst of it all, there;js a brief moment at the dawning wftetr that heat-ridden spot becomes as rich and beautiful as an ocean of tinted satin undulating and billowing into Space, - . Tie".dew flower df Death Valley is one of Nature's strangest whims. When the sun goes down at night time on the hot waste, it would seem that no flower could live upon it. But befo...

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

the Etasm of this lira will sail Irom Pott Pirfe as follow* (circumstances ^raitting) p«r A S.S. DAWN rusrr AUGUSTA ? Friday, Oct. 7. WO^AD^IDS ) end Cargo.) EES•—ToPOBT AUGUSTA.Saloon,12s.<& • * STEERAGE. 7». 6il. T. TOET ADELAIDE, Saloon, 20s,- Steerage, Trip m^AasugU, Edinburgh, sad I bosk to Fort Pine, 35s. ; Eegular FortaigMly Service. ADEtUlDE. GEELOHG ] S.S. AGE KKKPSJf®*® IwrosnBSDAT.-' USWCASTMand^ j °Ct* QOBESSEAND fart* J • . TtiYfB. —Tiitoal Discount off Steerage firw to .Qoe|QlhtuiP0rt3. ; West ' Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM POUT ADELAIDE. f%AXY " 1 SS.BCSIHTOSG, BCS8UBT ) THUE3DAY, Oet. 6. ;is^aissi; GO At COMj. COAL. *m*t HouaoboW,-Enfrine, and Blacksmith s CO^t, ftiipptiedat lowest JMces, largo or email quanti Tank* anil Iron-ljark Spokes for sale at '0We3t^'rther particular# on applicationto Wm. Howard Smith & Sons' Proprietary, Ellcn-§trefct> Port Fine. The Adelaide,Steamship Company, Limitea. da M Steamer. Early. •Call...

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

DiSPAETOBES: Sept 25—Kadina, steamer, (A.S.S. Go's Line), 1708 tons. Donaldson, for Sydney via Port Augusta., Passen gers— Mt3. Donaldson. Cargo—rl65 tons lead, Co.; 500 tons bagged; ore, Darling and Soiv Adelaide Steamship Co., Agents. ' - j Sept. 28—Mary Webster, schooner,-"* for Port Adelaide. Cargo—45tonspjj» iron. Geo, Wills & Co., afiente. V' ■#.1 Sept. 23—Capelta, ketch; for PortLincoln. Sept 28—Vztfid, ketch. for Point Riley, : Sept. a*—Briiaauia, kelcb, for Ticfcera. Sept. 28—Hawthorn, ketch, for lick era. Sept-29—Dianella, schooner,'84 tons| R. Clark; for Port Adelaide. Cargor-20 hales wooVW. R. Cave & Co., and 70 tons pig iron. Geo. Wills and Co. I Sopt. 29—Spindrift, ketch, for Port ' Lin . coin. Sept. 29—Tam o* Shanter, ketch, for-Port Broughton. * : Sept. 29.—Broaghton, ketch, for Tickera. Septl 29—Mary Jane? ketch, for Port Broughton.

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

Port Pirn.—Lititude. 33 dejr. 11 niia. S.; Longitude. 13S tie^. 1 mia. Is. AKB1V AX.S Sept. 28—Robert Barns, ketcb. 45 tons, E3son, from Tickera Cargo—Flux. , Sept. 28—Merle, ketch, 20:tons, Aader : son, master, from Polot Webling. Cargo—Flu*. Sept- 28—-31*«y, ketcb. 33 tons, Bosaer, from Wallaroo. Cargo—Flax. Sept 28—Oiaeo. schooner, 42 tons, John stone. master. frosiTiekera, Cargo— L T-* Flax. Sept, 28.—Maid of Australia, ketch, 48 took, S. Carter, from Port .Lincoln. Cargo—Flux. Sepfc 23—Naw Ainrira!, ketch. 2| tons.* HarrastoS.froai Tickera. Cargo— Flax. ,■ I 'V - Sept. 29—Lady Baly.foreand aft; schooner, 61 tons, Heritage, master, from "Kckera.; Cargo—-Flos. i Sept. 29.—Adonis, ketcb, 50 tons, Gyneli, from Black Bock. .Cargo—Flux. . Sept. 29, —Young Gaiatea, ketch. 17 tons, from Port Brougton. Cargo—Flax. Sejfc »>.—Dawn, steamer, 329 tons, Heaney, from Port Adelaidavia Edithburgand Wallaroo. Cargo-rSO tons generaL Passengers.—-Mr. T. Davies. " Mr. Mackay, and Miss Borgoyne, ...

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

Strong Pillars of Supper! toeiebubtf* •0/5/9S t * ff*iend ad«5f o1* toTR* wflrn^ , CURE poB t«r \jver i 0'° 50 «n0 i feeusu* who ftatsuffep1^ 51Qm uvla 0,hv *he«kowt>5,l T^ceu^st-aff biw?£rn£ft5^^ ^•^re they wo'j^ !*ot'om¥ in 0&.. 3a,f.fn0 it. gso.h.bennttt > $!.f> P^tmment«^s£ 'iJW ^•fasofif ifi rcne*; *g my tesfiwoftl^ f^ptctmg thitsf 'acy qf -.warn&pr ^^gjrb.. t jj^ve aecow^^lP !t *qmanyffiletf° ^theyohfshoal1 .t f k£t have wttf* [|*fsp£c»tw those fer]nc from *>"t) uv£r troub^ Wj Geqih5«n IkfalilBi leaves CiveWapgisgof Wiiter So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of aga and declin ing power. No matter how barren the tree nor how leafless it may seem, you confidently expect leaves again. And why? ;; Because there is Life . ' 1 at-ifce Roots.- v So you need not worry about the falling of your hair, the threatened de paHareof -ycraryiouth and beaaty. And why? Because if there is a spark of life re maining in the roote of ; the hair ' - Vigor wi...

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A Council's Protest. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

A i'oiiiu'il's Protest. '-- Adeiaide. Friday ?nfew-. • The Port Adelaide Council to-day objected to poles being brought into -tHe iovriir for tl>Xpn/|»sc'6f: installing the elcctiic Jighf, It is stated that tbeynar through saplings, .and would 'be'a disgrace fbthe\-i^rfc *

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Mlwa^ Passenger Trains. from. Post Pibie to Adelaide. To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Terowie Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m.Central Station at 7 a.m. i To Adelaide, via Blytli, and Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra Station at 10.30 a.m. ' To Broken Hill, via Petersburg - and Terowie. Ellen-Street Station at 4.40 p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. To Adelaide, via ""Petersburg, from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 p.m. - ■ . ■ ABKIVALG. Prom Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train at 440a.m. Prom Broken Hill, "and-Terowie;via Petersburg. Central Station at! 10.4 aim.; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m. ; J From Adelaide via Blytb and Gladstone. Central Station at 4147 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 4.55 pan.' v, , ^ • Prom Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central Station at 7.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m.

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The N.S.W. AttorneyGeneral. ADELADIE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

The N.8.W. Itlorney General. Adelaide, Friday Night. The Hon. J. H. Want, who is now f in Adelaide, does not intend proceed itig' to West; .Australia as at* .-'first ' announced.: V.H {S O LB O': ' Ifc is surmised thai possibly he does not wish to go so far from his own colony . while - political ' storms are .probable iu the N.S.W. Parliament

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The Morton-Meagher Qarrel. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

The, Morton-Measlier Qaarret : Svdset. Friday Night. I The Citv Police Conrfc was filled to-day on *he occasion of the hearing, of the charge against John Norton, editor of Truth, of shooting at~ Meagher, M.L A. The latter con ducted his own case, and admitted having attacked Norton with a green hide whip, but when he saw* a revolver in the latter'a possession he thought it was time to depart. Daring (he hearing of the case a Uyely scene took place between Norton and the presiding magistrate. The hearing was adjourned until Tuesday next.

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TELEGRAMS. From our own correspondent). The Fire Brigade Trouble. BROKEN HILL, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

^Froti oar o^n correspondent). The Fire Brigade Trosfeiew Ijkokks Hill, Friday Nighfe ; " * In acwrdahce wilh its threats the! s Fire Brigade . I*»ard Ibis afternoon i decided to close the station owing to.1 - the refusal of the Fire Underwriters i Association to cuniribatJ towards the Brigade's maintenance. The Brigade will taro oot in case of a fire in a building osued by the Government op the Town Council, or wheo the owner of the building gnarautees^ the expenses. ... ':"'n - The C^ffee Palace Hotel caoght fire an hour after the Brigade.had refused ta torn oat. The mine whistles were .kept going, but the Brigade did not respond, Fortunately the alarm was only caused by a chimney catching alight.

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Adelaide Charity Carnival. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

Adelaide Charity Carnival. Adelaide, Friday Nijjhfr. Afc a meeting of the Adelaide Chat itj Carnival Committee to-day ifc was decided to deputationise the Premier re the gift distribution. The Committee announces that it is determined to; carry out; the distri button, even if it. is forced t> coudact the drawing outside the colony.

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The Vice-Regal Office. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

tie flee-Ilesai5 Office. Adelaide, Friday Night. The Right Hon. S. J. Way was to day sworn in as Acting Governor of the Province by the Executive Coun cil. The p?e»eni is His Honor's twenty - second terra of vice - regal office. ; "/.V

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A National Loss. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 1 October 1898

A Sfatioaal Loss. The "death of the Prime Minister of Queensland, Mr. Byrnes, is one of those sad, unexpected events which tend more and more to bring the whole people of Australia closer together in a bond of common sym pathy, and in a realization' of the common property of their great public men. Wo have all read, how Mr, Byrnes was & scholar, a patriot, and a statesman, a comparatively young: man whose brilliant university and political career justified the promise of large things as he ripened, in experience. And we have noted, too, liow iu the course of public duty he had over-exerted his strength so that he became susceptible to the. fatal disease; but probably no liril liant effort this ardent young Aus tralian put forth exerted the same measure of influence as the manner of his ,de«ith ;in: protnoting -national dnity. * £ v& if the prophetic vision of this fact, visited his last hours his laudable ambition was more; than satisfied. It is indeed gratifying tn ...

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