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Local Court, Port Pirie. Saturday, October 1. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Leeal Ctawt, Pest Pisie. - - Saturday, October 1. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) In Chambers. > Jeffrey ^ciGtBY^Thts wm, an; action in which plaintiff®su^ Befendarir for' £30 on an unliquidated partnership account. The parties agreed to refer ths matter'to the arbitration of Mr. Alfred Andrews Pearce, whose award was to be made a judgment of the- Court. Mr. Pearce awarded plaintiff £45 12s 5d,- and plaintiff signed judgment for £30, -being the amount of theoriginal claim. Defen dant did not pay this amount, nor offer to pay any amount, and plaintiff summoned him upon an unsatisfied judgment for £30, and £65 taxed costs. Mr. Duncan had obtained an adjourn ment for one month, and now asked to have the judgment ■ set aside on the grounds that—1. That the award should not have been higher than the amount claimed. 2. That the judgment should not.'-have been signed for a different amount from that awarded. 3. That defendant was not heard by the arbi-. trator. prior to award being made. ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Melbourne Cup. WEIGHTS REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

WEIGHTS BBVIKWED. ^jg^Br'Spwgiws) Ambmto iie&ds the list with, 9£t 11 lbs, afcig weight for a.yoang„fbsr year-old.bot, bispooiliori with a like weight in the Metropolitan, when .evidently a list'e underdone, shows how well Mr. Dak in has gauged this great i^lt*a4jneiit|, especially wjien his subsequent defeaiof'Merlaolas at a pound fijv^lihree^ miles, is/tgftetiH into aceoKnfc; Tf looks as'though, despite his weight, he wilt have to he reckoned with. Of Battalion.^ 9st 101b., little has been heard of late, and it is decidedly against his chance*.good as.be bus ptoved_ h»m-. self, that he did oottake part in, thfr A.J.C. Spring Meeting; his mile and" three-quarters at weight for age it* 3min iisec would give him a chance if really pink, but at Flerauigtoa he- did not l<«k as nyisQntai* as la# year,;and I d«* nd£ tatiey ifm, ^ho^ftgK he-is sre'ri taioly doing good work at Caul field, and retains his pace if training re ports are aeeurote. The Grafter, 9sfc 21b, is a...

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

NEW GOODS. 4 J has opened his first shipment of cotte spring and summer goods, Direct from the English and Continental Markets. New Prints. New Dress Materials. New Zephyrs. New Goods. Direct Importations. New Goods. Cottle is now showing. Cottle is now showing New Goods, New Goode, New Goods, at COTTLE'S, The Cash MRS. C. H. SMITH Has reopened her Dining Booms in David-street j And solicits a continuance of patronage FIRST CLASS MEALS. i Hours—Breakfast, 7. to 9.; Dinner. 12 to 2; ; Tea, 5 to 7.: • : . . ; 6 Cool Drinks of svery description. dewtistry. ESKELL & TATTERS ALL, LEGALLY QUALIFIED DEKTALSURGEONS 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, Oct. 11, fr>>m 4 p ra. GLADSTONE, TUESDAY, Oct: 11, from 9 to 2. LAURA, THURSDAY, Oct; 13. And Every Four Weeks Laughine Ghs .idmiiiistered. Extrndiniia 2s 6d, Gns lOs. extra. Artificial Teeth on the latest principles. ...

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The Port Pirie Recorder WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1898. Our Maritime Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

<<Eite ftort $iric Jiecovber wmtsdiy, October 5, j898. j Tanner thqusaud pounds has been j)laced oir the Estimated for further deepening the Port Pirie River, and .very cheerfully ought the people's representatives to vote the sua), since the opening of this port has proved to be one of the most profitable invest* ments South Australia has made. It is true afair amount has had to be expended in deepening, but it is a meie bagatelle when compared with the direct and indirect advantages which the colony has reaped in re turn. Port Pirie has since the opening up of the Barrier silver fields done a considerable import trade, nearly the whole of the large supplies of timber, coke, and coal required afc the mines having beeb consigned via this port-; but it is as a.place of export that Port Pirie is enabled to rank as one of the chief ports of the Southern Hemisphere, as the following figures corn piled from the official records will show., From 1888 to 1897, inclusi...

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

The safest, the most effecti ve, and the quickest cure for Coughs and Golds is Paulding's €oogii Elixir. Thousands _ of Families keep this valuable Medicine* and by its tiiSfely use much illness is avoided.

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

Wool firm. Honours e»sy. Angry bonifaces. A very pretty quarrel. War clouds in the East. Sad drowning accident. Big drunk on Saturday. A " longrsleever " for 4d. Is a change approaching ? Some neat things in retort. - Bushels off our expectations. Form is good, but not formality. ■ Crask cyclists on the oval to-day. A very entertaining correspondence. reyea are^he curiosity. The wood for ships' rudders. —Elm. Schools' Exhibition opensto-inorrow. £1,000 per «nnum for "night " work ! Sad to see our fine wheat-fields going off. Victory for the anti-prohibitionists in Canada. ..... ' '' ' '; Cheerfulness is the best hymn to the Diety. ;l-.::~S A hustling time for our local peda gogues. Splendid acceptances for the bike, sports. ; Death is simply the souL changing residence. V '. ' Our sanitary system altogether too expensive. Swimming baths to be opened on Saturday. Genius begins great works; labour finishes them; :; » Dowager-Empress of China is a bold, brave woman. " ; • Another disap...

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Gsystal Ssook. (From our own Correspondent.) October 1. A well - attended meeting .©£ the Farmers'Ujiiou was held last Saturday at the Institute. Mr H. Ificliolls being chairman. Messrs. 6- E. Wood and J. C. T<irr, tho dilegale3 to the annual meeting in Atfeiaide, gave their report and testified to the good work bein? done by the Directors in spito of the opposition they were meeting with in certain quarters. It was resolved to stand fey tlie Union, and those present pledged themselves, to dispose of their wool through its agency and not through the woolbmkers. Several-resolutions were carried tending to strengthen, ths hands of the Directors. In fact the tone of the meeting was enthusiastic and loyal! throughout. The Directors were recom meuderl to advertise in the leading com mercial papers of England, including the Mark-Lane Express, and also to obtain reliable quotations direct from the home trarkets.. 1 regret to. have to record the death of Mrs. Darhon, senior, an o...

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

TO MARINERS, &c, ADVANCE EDITION, lSO> SAWTELL'8 NAUTICAL ALMANAC, EpItcracria.Tiilea and Tables. 1*38 Almanacs, four sizes in steel:. Advertisement* for complete • edition receiTcel until NoTemberlOih. > B. CORNISH. Agent, Port Pirie. . LIFE DROPS, fl^HE great NEJIVE TONIC and JL BLOOD PURIFIER, is iV posi fcive care for Concha, CQlds^lnftnenzaj Asthma, Cronp, Broncbitis. Nenralgin, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, and Headaches. * MrvEdward. Stretton, .of Spjoraon town, sendsfin the following letter*— " I btf? to few .^roirit.-* in txTor of yoar JAIe Drops, which hare achieved scclr an crfraortlmary success.. I Vs* laidtjp with an&ttjcfc of Ijombe^ro Uat wi, which was so sercrc thai 1 could not «r*ea tnni ia toy,- WL is jwit !4fo Drops had tau » sweessfnt In the case of raywife, wbo hart Jwea * Krtsit saSeref frost -Ejulejoy for yeara. I tMenniwwl to try them in ray owb complaint. 1' aas ih-iaifnl to euy that lesperiracedsfrest relief freaa ?ho Brst dose, atsd ...

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

VESSELS TO A.11RIVE. Arroyo, sis.. 3,561 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Fiemantle. To sail. Ayr, steamer, 3050 tons, Gibson, master, from Yladivoatock., Sailed.Sept. 3,31 days out.; ■; > . ' "V-.V V' Juanita Notth, st«uier, 3,503»tons, Perry, nmtor, from Monta Video. To sail. " Jupiter, Danish ship, 1651 tons, Funder. to liter, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 31 days out. • , •. ■ John Ena, 4-masted barque, ^71-t tons, Sl »d«en, master, from Puget Sound. To sail. - J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1807 tons, Lerinond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed August 17, 42 days out. J. C. Julius, Gei man barque, ,1076 tons, from Barry Dock,- Sailed, August 21, 3l» days out. \ V:V' " Kaffir, steamer, 2736 ton3, Sinclair master, from South Africa. To sail. Mary Augusta, 8bip, 1.385 tons, Worden master, front the Baltic. To sail. < ; Nyropho, German ship, 2G76 tons, Kilmer, master, from Hamburg; sailed July 15; 82 days out. ^Newsboy, American barque, 503 tons, Mollested,; master, fro...

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"Twitter" and Lacrosse. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

" Twitter "and Lacrosse. TO THE EDITOR. < Sir—Just a word or two. more and 1 promise not .to trouble you again. 1 would rather not prolong this contro versy, because it is too much like the latewar—the uneven odds of the United States against Spain. I reckon 1 have silenced your city Don, and were it not that I would destroy my identify I would sign this letter " Stars aud Stripes." When a man accuses another of brain softening it is always a sure sign that hiB guns are spiked and his ammunition is spent. At any rate "Twitter" in his last gives me nothing to reply to, and I claim a knock out in three rounds. Before taking leave of your cold type (I presume the linotypes have not spread to your office yet) I would commend the game of lacrosse to Port Piricans. The powerful Melbourne Cricket Club says iu its annual report that no sport is attract ing moie attention from the general public than lacrosse. It is the one game in which South Australia is the un doubted boss. Als...

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

S.P.BOND, Limited, Photo Stock Dealers, - * 48, PIRIE:STBEET, ADELAIDE. Large Stock of Latest Photograpliie Apparatus. Sev Hlmf rated Catalogue post-free. 3, A Steamer Aground.—-The steamer: Larnaca went aground opposite*. Tre. Jeavta & Brown's wharf aboutoje o*c!ock yesterday. She arrive 1 frcra Newcastle via fort Adelaide on Saturday-last, in ballast, to load ore,«£c., for Sydney, aud wa3 8hiftiog from Cave & Cat's" wharf t> Darling's when she grtuided in mid stream, *the Adelaide palled at iha steamer el! the afternoon np till a! out 5 o'clock, when s je * floated ol with the. evening tide,

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Boating Fatality at Point Lowly. TWO LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Beatiag Fatality at Point Lowly. TWO LIVES LOST. On Sunday afternoon last two men named Wells and Duthie, anus of the keepers at the Point Lowly Lighthouse, were out sai'ing in water which is popularly known as "The Rip." A sudden gust of wind caught Lthe boat and she tilled and sank, both occupants being thrown into the waler. Duthie, youuger of the two, was not a veiy strong swimmer, but Wells is said to have been an expert, aud it is believed that he lost his ife trying to save Duthie. The acci dent was witnessed by the fathers of both Wells and Duthie, and the latter im mediately put off in a boat to the spot. He found the body of Wells floating., on b ;ck, but could see nothing of that of his son. News of the mishap was im mediately conveyed to Port Pirie, and on Monday morning Harbourmaster Brimage and M.C. Pei kins left by the tug Adelaide f«>r Point Lowly for the purpose of making inquiries and to bring in the body recovered. They re turned during the evening and reported...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October 5, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Commercial Report. IvirV :: r ^^car<for Office, Octo&er. S, 1898. Wheat (Pt. Pirie) per bushel ... 0 2 10 Do . (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 2 8 Do (Gladstone) .... 0 2 7i 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 O 0 Batter (Pi Pirie factory) "wholesale 0 11 ; (dairy) ... ... .... ,0 0 7 Eggs^ per dozen ... ■ ... ... 0 8 Hatn, per lb. ... ... ... 0. 0 9 Bacon per lb. ... ... ... 05 0 9 Lard, per lb 0-" 0 9 Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 8J Onions, per cwfc.... ... ... ... 1 2 6 Potatoes, per ton 10 10 0 Potatoes (new), per ton 12 0 0

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The Port Germein Institute. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

TksPosidemsialBstitute. TO THE EDITOR. ; Sir —That the way of the transgressor is hard was clearly exemplified e n Sa» ur dsy night last at Port : Gertnein, when a concert in aid of the Institute was ad verti*3ed to lie given by some friends at Port Geimein and a talented company of men eir ployed at the pipes now being laid between Poit Pirie ; and Barooia Greek. ^; The night; arrived and .< the audience came along, but alas, some of the ;i!ci™pan3r;v ofthe waterworks" had anived in Germein too early in the day, and had buried their talents in oblivion for the time being, and had gone home to sleep and otherwise refresh themselves leaving - behind them a disappointed, audience (many who came long distances), and the sorrowing officers of the Insiitute, who suirely cannot fail to see thofingerof fete ; inrthb mismanagement, for their arrogance and seeming'y; exojbitant charges when the Salvation Ai my folk hiie the hall is a matter of especial com ment just now. Verily, i...

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The Early Closing Bill. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

TO THE EDITOR. " Public opinion was of no use unless supported by legislation."—Mr. Roberts. Sir—It is not " public opinion " in this case, but Trades* Union dictation, look; at it from any point of view, and like all legislative restrictions, will open the doors «»f deceit, injustice and fraud ! Did the Labor Party (so called) inten sify legislation to look after all poor wretches unemployed there would be some semblance to hunaanitarianism in their action; There would be plenty of it, too, had they any organised voting influence at their back, but as it is they : can go to the Devil/-- Whose voice did j Mr. Roberts . (presumptuously) give : utterance .to in the House on this Bill, ! the voice of Port Pirie generally or that | simply of the Early Closing clique ? | Under the mongrel morality restrictions i of the priesthood (the Charity Carnival [ lottery to wit), combined with the Labor : Party presumption, we are rapidly de I generating from the "one horse" colony to the "two ass...

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A Voice From the West. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

A Voice From the West; TO THE EDJTOK. Sir—In an August issue of the Port Pirie Recorder (you see the Recorder penetrates into tke jungles of the West; is a panegyric on the late Mr. James Murrie, of Georgetown, by your Glad stone correspondent. The kindly allus ions to the deceased gave me much pleasure, and the only fault to find' 'villi the matter is that your correspondent allowed such a length of time to intervene between the death of the worthy jicntle man and the appreciated panegyric. I once had the honour of meeting Mr. Murrie in a country town late one night, and was the recipient of a gttwt favour from him, though simple enough in a sense ; still it showed the obliging dis position of the man. Simple acts of kindness under peculiar circumstances are at certain times to the recipient on a par with the highest acts of generosity, for Kind actions in this whirling sphere Great burdens often lighten, And kind words with a smile sincere Sad faces often brighten. I am, Sir, etc....

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The New Hotel Licence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 October 1898

Met? Hotel Lies&ea TO THE EDITOR ! Sir—Kindly idlow me a little space to i reply to Mr. Scott's letter in your last ! irsu.: That he should think his own case ' in support of the new hotel was strong is ! not at all surprising, and that some of his fi iends agree with hini is prbbnbje. but in a free cotin&iy others may hold a different, opinion and express it, too. I Mr. Scott speaks of a memorial pur-, [porting to be signed by ratepayers, &c. | He knows that it was so signal, and that the voice of the majority of the rate payer within the radius prescribed by | the ,-Act was against the granting of a liccnse. Mr. Scott also speaks of signatures ob tained under "goodness only knows what misrepresentations." Weil, if goodness only knows, Mr. Scott does not know. All the signatures to the opposition memorial and petition were obtained by Mr. McLeod after the district had been canvassed on behalf of the applicant, and I resent the suggestion that Mr. McLeod was ...

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DRILL COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898

DRILL COMPETITIONS. The drill competitions were lield on the Recreation Ground, Major Heaney acting as Judge. In the Squad Drill for schoo's with an attendance of under 100 the Caltowie boys, went through their evolutions very smartly under command of Mr. Neill, and gained the Judge's approval. In the same class for the larger schools Jamestown and Solomon town schools tied for first place with 38 out of a possible 40 points Port Pirie was placed nest. The Infants' Musical Drill was won by Port Pirie, with Bol omontown second, and the Pole Drill for girls was carried off by Jamestown, Pirie bsing next in order of merit INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC AND RECITATIONS. Ths reciting competition aroused a good deal of interest. For children under 12 the laurel was won by G. Nicholas (Soloinontown), Madge Miney and A Gray, both of Jamestown, being placed second and third respectively. In the class for girls over 12, Muriel Hill, List year's winner, again took the prize to James town, Freda Weste (Lau...

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CITY CHATTER. KILLING THE DEFESCE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898

CITY CHHTTEI?. Bt Twitter. KILLIXG THE DBFESCE FORCE. It is ao secret; tbat profound dissatis faction prevails in the Defence Force with the policy of tbeGovernment, which is rapidly destroying the Defence Force and extinguishing the patriotism with which its efficiency is maintained. When the present alleged model Act was pas sed, the f'»rce was placed on a bare sub sistence bans, but the recruits were pro mised that their services would be con tinued after the term expired for which they enrolled. The word of the Com mandant is being deliberately and know ingly broken by the Government. The present members are required to pass ; from the active to the reserve list—a half-loaf basis. And it appears as if no serious attempt is to be made, or if made that it trill be successful/to replace them. Possibly it is a mistake for the colony to pretend to play at soldiers. If so, let Parliament expressely say so. Sell the Protector, clear out the Staff Office, use the unsaleable shooting iro...

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The New Hotel Licence and the Storm in the Tea Cup. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898

3&§ £?§?? lists! Lie ernes sad t&9 Stea is t&e gup. TO THE EDITOR. ™Sir—1 cannof foilow Mr. K. W. Duncan. I stated that the evidence hi favour d the applicant v?a.? overwhelm ing, and challenged him to raid %t and say othestme. fie »lio«rs that be has not done so by toccbinsi on matters wfcica tre e not in it, and very childishly refera to ose of tho mo3t unimportant points is the' evidence (a«d Quotes that inacca rste!|),| as if it ware that on which the deemoa rested. Icontontmyselfwitb/ replying tothe qtrestionalso raised in yoar "Refinings" as to whether the Cbairraun oftfce Bench ha3 or has not a right to a deOberstire vote. As to that I ahouldsay the Chairmnn traa tho beat judge, but Mr. Daccan is informed that there is fto preccdonf Exactly, the Act dosanoisay that be has, neither does it say that ha hasn t. BulT it gues every tnemherof the Bench a right Jo vote and makes no exception of the Chairman. Thtreforethe Chairman, m a member of the Beach, woa...

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