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Chat with a Jookey. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

a ffodkey." • •: Mr, William Murdock^ wba is one of the besfc - known professional riders on the- Australian "turf, and •who is- now engaged- by-^Mr. W, Mallen at his stables«at Glenelg, South .Australia^ is .another of the raany: scores of instances'which .are daily " being-: made " known r of the splendid curative jjropertiesi of' Dr. WiUiamtf-Pink Pills. To a i reporter from Quiz and the Lantern who recently waited npon him Mr. Mnrdwk. made, thp. following state °meni . - " For nearly two years I ! suffered from a serious derangement of jthe ;digestive -organs; v -.1 could not retain a? meal on my- stomach.-. Directly I ate anyihiug I was seized • with violent attacks of vomiting, and the J>ain5 '.J*. was beyond] des cription. ^ I fo'ol^in&iical s»dvice, but did.not lecejyefany relief froni it. • I ;was:Htr^^t^ie.so:,iIl that I had to leave ;my;;eiBploymeiit and knock off ;work altogether,., I was recom mended - by; my .employer, Mr. ;W. Malien, to Sake Dr. Williams' :...

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A Schooner Sunk. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

A Schooner Sunk. Sydney, Tuesday Night. I The steamer Wirawa collided witb^ the schooner liessio Maad at Jfew cantle to-day, and the latter was sank. .

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Have Plants Brain Power? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Save blasts l?ais ?; , Mr. Arthur Smith contributes to the ' (*enl!emaa!s Magazine '' for: August a *ery saggesfeive paper on " The Brain-power of Plants." For such Power he argues that they have. One of his firat points that plants Sleep and need sleep. Bat sleep is the rest not of the merely physical bat of the nervous organism. And if plants are not- allowed to sleep they suffer from .the symptoms of in somnia .—" Electric light, has v been Haed to stimulate the growth . of plants, and, coupled with other means of forcing, a continual period of growth secured,'thereby obtaining earlier maturity than they would have dona - under ordinary eircum-: ■ stances. la most- cases plants treated l m this way were prevented from sleeping, the result in- the case of p¥ren'fiialstbein^,tan*greatly:tweaken their constitution, the following' year's growth being poor and scanty, and In some cases they were scarcely alive." '-t-:J:.vO parmvorotfs plants'1 ^possess -the* faculty of digestion The a...

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VESSELS IN HABBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

VESSELS IN HABBOR. _ j Amukee, barqao, 1329 tons, Steele, master, from Rotterdam. Windsor Park. ship, 1692 toE3,Lambi5 muster, from Hamburg. Fulwood, ship, 188(1 ton«, Journeay, ma3tnr, frosn Hamburg. Prince Bobort, four-maated barque, 2,65* tons, Hansen, master, - from Port Townsend. George Fleming, steamer, 3,448 tons. Parsons, from Cap® Town. Africander, steamer, 2733 tons. Keen, from South Africa, -= - Larnam, steamer, 1492 tons. Kill«y, fryni Newcastle via Adelaide.- , - Ctasters, — Young Chief. Wilpena. ■Napjerby. Gambier Lass, Lady' Daly, N««r Arrival, Hawthorne, "Vivid, Annie Brown, Phoebe, Adonis, Ariel, Merle, Cadt li, Elizabeth Annie.

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent). The Outer Harbour Bill. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

TELEGRAMS \From oar own correspondent). T^e Osier Harbour Bill. Adelaide, Tuesday Night. Jn the Legislative Council to-day the Presidf.fit stated that the Stand ing Orders Committee had not- yet prepared ifs report on the Outer Harbour Bill, bot in ati probability its finding would be that a grave irregularity had occaned :u the Bill.

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

: 8SISSi|^;KSW&f j Port Pirtel—Latitude. 33 de^. II mio S.j Longitude, I38deg. 3 jaia. E. S 3 ABBIYALS/•/* . J Oct. i—Britannia, ketch, 25 tons, liar gofEe, master, from Tlckera. Cargo— Flux. Oct. I—Hawthorn, ketch, .>4 tons, G. Baker, f rom Tickers. Cargo— Flax. Oct, 1—Larnaca, steamer, (A.S.S. Co.) 1492 tons, C, J. ivilJoy, from New castle «ia ^orfc Adelaide. In ballast. Adelaide SteaarsfeijjCc., agents. Oct. I—Elizafaetb Annie, ketch. from Wallaroo. Cargo—Flax. Oct. 3 —loFestigator, steamer, 31a tons. Audersoa, fcoia Fort Adelaide. vi» pjrta Aujjmta and GermeiB. Cargo^— jK)&fciias gsotral." r:v Oct. 3—Africander, B. & 0- steamer* 2735 tons, Keen. from South Africa. In billist. Geo. Wills & Co„ agents. Oct. 4 — Cadell, steamer, from Port Brotijjbton, Cargo—Fins. Oct. 4 —Phoebe, ketch, 20 tons, Mike, from Port Broagbton. Cargo—Fluz.

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Rifle Shooting. PORT PIRIE DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

PORT, PIRIB DEFENCE RIFLE - CLUB Matches "between; teams 3 representing , the Port Germein Diviaion Mounted Rifles, the lOrrorroo, ^ and : the local;; Defence Rifle- Clubs were fifed on Saturday last, September 24th, with the following result:— PORT PIRIE DEFERCB RIFLE CLPB. . FirstTeam. 400 500' 6®0 TtL A. Little 29 33 30 92* A. Meschke ,. 31 28; 26 80 T. Dixon ... - ... -31 27 22. SO" M. Murphy _ ^' 4/, 26 27 23 ?G G. McEwen " ~ 29 28 18' 76" ' - _ " 408 . ~ SecoBwlteiHtt.-.* W.Graham ..Y~^25~ 25 31 81 H. Ingersen. 24 ' 29- 22 75 R. Nunan ... S9 ~ 16T. 29 74 J. Bird 32 20 19 71 C. Kahlifetfm ... 25 32 12 69 . - - 370. PORT GfeftKSIN- MOUNTED RIFLES. First Tens. Capt. Coe 32 " 28 28^ 88 Sgfc. Mullighan 30 30 25 85 Sgt. Morrison ... 29 24 iHf 79 Prt. Wauchope ... 26 25 - 27 78 Lieut. Benrs ... 32 24 21 77 * - 497 Second Te&m. Prt. Hooper ... 28" 22 23 73 Prt. De^er ... ... 27 24 15 66 Crprl. Mtto ... 25 23 14 62 Prt. ... 28„; 7" 04 ' 53 Prfc. RiseSSrajigh... 15 3?r 19 5L - S...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Post and Telegraph .Office, Port Piric. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. Business hours from 8.30a.m. till 7.30p m. daily,! except Saturdays, -when it is open from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m." Money Order. Office from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Savings Bank Agency, from 8.30 aim. to 7.30pj«-, and on Saturdays till 5.30 p.m. The office is open for a quarter1 of : an hour for the delivery of letters* after the arrival of the mails every evening. Mails arrive and ciose as follows:— ABBIYAL. From Adelaide, and Offices south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. From Adelaide'and intermediate offices at 4.55 p.m. From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m, From Petersburg and intermediate offices at 10.13a.ui. and 7.53 p.m. . From Telowie and Port Germein at 4 p.m. From Solomon town at 6.35 a.m., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. . From Nelshaby v (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 aan DKPABTUBS. For Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. For Adelaide and offices south cf Terowie: at 10 p.m. For Petersburg, Broken Hill, and Int...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

dkpakfoees. ; I Oct. 1—Dawn, steamer, Z2i tons, Heaney. for Port Adelaide via Ports Germetn, Aagoata, and Edithburg, Cargo— and sundries. Passengers. — Mrs. Absalom, Mr. Lemon, Mr. Mackay. and M»sa Burgoyne ia the saloon and Mr. J. Miilay and Mr. Absalom inthe 2ndcabin. V ' Oefe. 1—Lucrvtia, schooner, " for Port laueoln. Oct. 1—Lapwing, ketch, for Port Brougfa ton. . Oct. I- Maid of Australia, fceteb, for Port Lincoln, \: Oct. i—YoungGalatea, ketch, for Point Lincoln. Oct. 1—Robert Barns, ketch, for Tickers. Oat. 1—-Omeo, schooner, for Tickera. Oot. 3—Investigator, steamer, (A.S.S, Co). 32-i tons. Anderson, for Port Adelaide. Cargo.—80 tons lead and sundries. Adelaide Steamship Co* agents, ''

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

I he Kosewortuy : race of the, .North- - Western Homing .Society, foryoung : birds, was flown efr ofi Saturday last, when a fair number; oft: iirds^/com peted. The distance is 104 miies air line, and the birds started off with a moderate wind-against them, bat it afterwards chopped round behind them and increased in velocity, thus sending the birds, home at a great pace. The winning birds recorded over 1,500 yards per minute-r—an ex ceedingly good performance. The rate resulted as followsMr. R. Shaw, 1; Mr. W; Mackey, 2; Mr. H. W.jWilkins, 3; .with several others" close up.- f::' / Many fanciers are ' complaining bitterly about. losing their birds when feeding squabs. ; An English journal dealing; with^thesubject>ays—r" It ,is by no means an uncommon occurence for. pigeons when they have ' young ones to feed to faint and die through over-exei tiou. The task of feeding the-squabs when they become big and strong is by no means an easy one. unless the parents are vigorous and health...

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Domestic Slavery ia Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Ddmestio Slavegy ia Swksy. Although the Porto, in deference to European opinion, lias closed the pub lic slave market at Constantinople, and formally ' prohibited the slave trade, no .material change, so far as slave women are concerned, has in reality taken place in this respect. Por the service of fcha harem, asat present 'constituted, slaves are indis-1 pensable, it being unlawful, according | to the Koran, for a free Moslem woman to appear unveiled before any man not a near relative ; but to a slave, who is the property of her master or mistress, no sach restric tion attaches. .Domestic slaveiy, however, as practised in Moslem Turkey, differs widely from the same institution as it existed until quite recently in Christian America, and forms the subject of an interesting article (from which we quote) byirMr^ L. M.; Garnett iu the Humanitarian. Under Islam, we are fold, slaves arc pro tected by many humane laws ; they are, on the whole, treated quite paternally; and not being look...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

A (#M2d. Mrs. William Groves, of Queen's Road, !N ew Lambton, recently wrote to the Bi'e Beans Manufacturing Company's Sydney office, giving an account of a cure by the use of the Beans in the case of her daughter, a schoolgii I of ten yeais of age. In the face of the brief facts' mentioned by Mi's, Groves, iu a pure spirit of gratitude, ; the Company .requested that the case should be impartially investigated. Accordingly, a repre sentative of the A Newcastle . Herald waited upon Mrs. Gaoves, who is known in the locality as Mrs. Selina Groves, who went thoroughly into thelcircumstinces of the case. The girl's nam j is Ethel Rose Groves, now a regular attendant at the ? damsfcown -Public School. From the;time she was three months qldv her mother says, she has/been Iroubledwithliver complaint, and four; years- ag» 'she suffered fi-bm a severe attack of typhoid, fever and yellow jaundice. Her kidneys, have since been said to bo diseased. Each winter the little girl became a martyr to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Bsme&ies. Of all sleeping medicines the most harmless is salphonal, which acts on the brain without disordering the nerves or the action of the heart, and it fortunately lea.ves the digestion un impaired, ^ ; Of all remedies for sleeplesness the simplest is a hop pillow, which has been known successful after numerous drugs have entiraljr failed. Sleeplessness may' be due to hunger, a A. sip.of milk will often-re lieves this anfi predispose the patient to sleep.. r For incipient scratches aud slight cuts no more healing lotion can be found than glycerine containing a few drops of carbolic acid. It allays all pain and smarting instantly.' Few persons are aware of the efficacy of lemons in cases of bilious ness. Oftentimes a bad attack may be entirely avoided if■■the juice of a couple of lemons be - taken the first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. - .Rheumatism oil of winter-green and olive oil mixed in equal parts and applied externally will give almost instant relief...

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An Incorrigible Old Man. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

* Aa Incosrigitt© Old Msa. At the County of Loridou Sessions, before Sir MeCounell, Q.C., Charles Norman, 63, jeweller, pleaded guilty to defrauding Beale's Kestanrant Company (Limited), of Holloway road. of the'sum,-of 8d. Walking into the restaurant- lie ordered " soup, and potatoes " and when the time for payment arrived explained that, he had' exceeded his . means, which meant nothing, and offered his spectacles as security for the amount. Many yeai s ago Norman was a whole sale jeweller in* Hatton-garden, but afterwards became practically penni less. For the past twenty years Warder Cook had known him as coming in and out. of prison for petty fiaads, snch as obtaining food and cigars, fruit, wine, and soup, and champagne, chops, and potatoes. The prisoner (to WardeT Cook) : How many convictions altogether? -Twenty-three. (Laughter). Ad dressing the Chairman, Norman said Sif, mv trials have all been for th* sivtne thing. The cost o£ the first meal was 3s., the last 8d. You see I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

&5.P£rt£S«!££. THE TVs Ste-xszera oi tkia IIba trill sail from Port Pirie u follows (t-ireutngtiiiicea permitting! . ' Z**mm Y S.Si OAWNi POST AUGUSTA / ,; t, - „ KDITHBIXBG f Friday, Oct. 7. POST ADELAIDE ./{Passeagersand Ciuuo.) FAEKS;—To POHTAUOUSTA. Saloon. I&. (3. 8TBBKAOB. 7®. 60.. ^ To POST ADELAIDE. Saloon, 20s. t Steerage, 13*. ttsL Eoaad Trip'Tii Au^tista, "EAit&burgh. and Adelaide tuck to Port Fine, 35s. Regular Fortnightly Service. ;; To • \< HEISOCBSS . j S.S.- AGE (W « QUEENSLAND P«rtaf jK| £ Uct*6" HOTE-—Liberal Discoaat nff Steerage fares to Qneenalisul Ports. . West Australian Gbld ftelds. REGULAR SERVICE FROM POKT ADELAIDE. To - •) A LB ANT (S.S. B0NINYONG, BCSSCBT . f THURSDAY, Oct. a PBK3JA5TLB : J - - PaaMSS«v booked rijht through to the Goldflelda. All k'nights *n4 Vasaanger fare® at lowest Rates. COAL. COAL. COAL. Be*tHon*«ho!<l, Btyrioe. »nd BUciunith's COAL •applied st Lowest Pricca, large or saall qoanti ties. "...

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Successful Poultry Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

iueotssfol foilts^lFasgmg. ; The Pgrlcnlfenral Deparlmebt of the t Lancashire ^punty\pouncil dst making a practical" effort "to solve the prob ■ lera of competing:, with the egg im • ;f>orters of the ^Cqntinea t. With a view to arriving atv tangible results, = t;hei;LanQaahi^e:fauthoritw en gagied a -: Well^nowiv^expert to restabliste-oipoaltrjgfarm for the- ex press purpose of seeing Jivhether jit is ; possible to&obtaiq i satisfactory, re iariuJroiQ.„the _eggr baBinesa. The o^er for :a -tiWeJiemonth^ ' and -the balance-sheet {for the year shows a profit olnearly 6s. for; every hen: ebjjaged;~ln ifoe^qong^iai task of fiupplying^'naw^^ thedistricfor So far the experiment mays -be? pronounet'dl asZsatisfaStoryj. and; the Council;-; have accordingly resolved .to carry on the farm, hoping for still better-reaults nt. the end of. t he current^year. Should this under-' anticipa ,tioas rof. the Lancashire County Cqnncu thes3riti^Lvhbnse)iolder Kill; cease to be dependent upon F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Took it as a Child: Now gives it to her own Children. Mrs. Mabel Bonlton of Brisbane, Queens land; has bad the following unusualawl most delightful experience: , i "From infancy I was weak and delicate and crew to be anything but a robust child. I suffered from debility, no appetite, and the ttsual ccnseqnence of such complaints;: But my parents hearing of the health restor ing properties of . . AVBPS SsrsafWiDla PTocnred some for me and I am happyto say that after bavins taken two bottles I regained health. vigor ana good appetite and bare not ^been troubled ever since. I am now married, have a family of nsy owi^ram still; strong and well, and can recommend Dr;< Ayei*s Sar s ipririlla as a good faxoiiy medicine." . Tar eonsttpatfonrtake Dr.'Aiert Pine' Ifiey promptly relieve and surely care. Ta&e then: - wlthTIJr.Ajeft Sawaparxlla: oceaids the other. Printed and published by Crables MEYTacK aud Aifsbd Emt\MU>SbtiTH afr their1Office Ellea-street, Part Pine. .■ ...

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Wandearah. September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

"Waa&oasak. 'September 28. A pleasing ceremony ti'ofe place this afternoon at the ocal Wesleyan Church. The teacher of the Sunday Sch«o! and the trustees of church, together with th« minister ipf the circuit, Rev. S. Rossi ter, met at a social to bid g-md-bye to Miss M; Lawson, who lins been connected wiih the: school and chinch for the past ten years as organic, leader of choir, arid Secretary of the Sunday Schoo'. A nice spread was laid, out in the church, and all the scholars and teachers were re galed with -the things provided.; After tea the Rev. Rosiiter, in a few hnppyremnr&s eulogising Hiss - Lawsori, for her long and faithful semces,- stated the object of the gathering, and assured Miss Lawson that all connected with the cliurcli and Sunday School thoroughly appreciated hey efforts, and begged her to accept a nicely framed address, expresahe «f their appreciation, and an enlarged photo (taken bj Mr. Fegan) of all the scholars w r.h whom she had labored. Mess...

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 3. LIMITED JURISDICTION. GARNSIHEE ORDERS NISI. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Monday, October 3. Limited Jurisdiction. ~ gabhsihee okders nisi. Jordan v. Absalom.—Claim 19a lOd. Made abao'ute. Cueheli, v. Tannek. - Claim £117s 8d. Made absolute. Cubkell v. Walkejr»—Claim £3. Made absolute. Lovelock t. Maeshall.—Giairn £2 5s. Blade absolute. UJ.S. Bradley v. BALt.^CIatm £2 Oa 4d. Defendant did not appear, and an order for Tils imprisonment for 10 day a wad taade, "Walked, v. P. MAsSHto^Claini £4 8s. Struck out. s Mitchell v. Gcesi -Claim Si 2a 6d. Orjler l>y consent'for payment, of half (he «m-mnt on Thursday* October 6,:and the baianec on Thursday, October 27. QKFJ3TBKB CASES. - 1 ' ■ > Head v. Hanson and Wise.—Claim 14s 3d, assessment of damages. 'Rachel Laura - Head* - widow, Port , Pirie, said she let some furnished rooms - tor defendants. They destr»yed the _ .. toilet set, 2s ; 'teapot, Is Jid ; they: had.. :*v. two bottles of oil, Is 10J ; destroyed a laiap glass, 6d ; feather pillow, -2a Qd. Plaintiff asked them for rant due, and t'faey said they...

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Bicycle Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Bicycle Sports. This afternoon there should be a capital afternoon's sport on the Recrea tion Ground, when the Port Pirio Bicycle Club will run off a nieetms. First-class entries were received, and the acceptances gratifying to the handicapper, as out of the eighty-four nominations only three have gone out, Sucb an array of talent as that competing to-day has never been -witnessed in the North, and with sucb keen rivalry ex isting between the different manu facturers good work may be confidently anticipated. Below will be found the acceptances— pI F.Hunt — ••• — scr scr scr W. McDonald . ;— scr 15 20 A. E. Sampson ... — 10 25 30 H. M. Annger ... — 15 so 40 W. Benbow ... ... — 15 30 40 W.T.Carter ... ^ — 15 40 50 T.Bailey ... ... — 20 55 70 J.BFay ... ... — 25 — 95 J. Casey ... ... — 30 90 115 B. R. Bnssack ... — 35 100 125 •T. E. Unsworth ... — 35 100 J25 W.J. Mitchell ... — 35 — 135 J. S. Murray ... scr — 140 180 A. E. Brady ... — — 140 J80 H. J. Heaslip ... — 50 — 180 L. P. Morgan...

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