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AT ANCHORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

AT ANCHORAGE. > Alipona, barqne. 919 tons, Croal, master, froui Bremcrhaven.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

FOOTBALL. ! RECREATION - QROUNb. SATUBB/^ July 16. SOLOMONTOWNS V, FLINDERS UMPIBE.-G. F. DGNNITHORKE. ^SHSSSSO^ 6d. "VTOTICE TO THE PTJBLIC OF POKT tpIEIE and DISTRICT. — Mr GHOT.G3 1IAV»'KSNS is my Kcpresccnla tivo in" tfco atww'fotva «ad Bistcwt. and tfaoOXLY PERSON AUTHOKISEI> BY ME TO SSLL 5IY GOODS AND CC'LiXTT MONEYS on raj belaU. UGuO V. EKTIIEIST, Alexttt dcr-streeJ, GEO. HAWK1XP, Ageaf. "jTXt> vr>nr Tttilinfnr Bn^inns tritb JLM The KchJolmson AH » Roncd Adelaide, — A. BUNJEY, Maaager, P.O, City. Absolute instructions. "No discretion ary action. betting, r|PKK 2?n-Jol;nsnn Lstest 2*et*S 1 nrt! Comn'i-slfia Gov,,; lirnitft! and 'Foil. Adctaufe. — A^i DU2*JEY„ Manager. - Temporary Attdiess—P.O., City. ' Saturday, July 9ti\, AND Following Weeks.* ] WE ARE OFFERING STARTLING ' VALUE - - - What we advertise We do! No Exaggeration NorMisrepresent tat ion. Sale Running Briskly. All CONSUMERS DELIGHTED with the GRAND VALUE they are getting for their Money. Special induceme...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

MISCELLANEOUS. Tbo followiui* vessels arc outward bound frout Port I'hio to tbo undermentioned .porta;—'.:''. Mairi Bhan, barquo, 1,315 tons, "Wil liams. nmster. for Mumbles Koads; sailed March 8; 130 days out. Tythonus, Norwegian barque, 1,110 tons, Brynildson, master, for Carthagena; sailed March 2G ; 112 days out. Yarkand, ship, 1,278 tons. Lundon, masiw, for United-Kingdom or channel; saikil April 15; 9'- days out. Aminil Tronde, French barque. 1.117 tons, IVIac.\ n;nstert for Swansea, sailed May 7 ; 70 days out. 1 Msrton IJullantyne, ship, 1.5G7 tons, ' master, for Antwerp; Killed May 12: GS days out. " '■ Marpesin. ship. 1,353 ton3. S. Woxholt, master, tor St. JS'azairc; sailed Juno 17. 2J days out. 31«>whnn, -i-mastcr barque.; 2,7-17 tons. Batoy, muster, for IVbio,Npw Caledonia; sailed Juno 17; 20 days out. ftfLodimv bnrquo. liiGS tons. McMnrty. master, for Swansea; sailed July 9; 7 days cot. iannio Kerr, -i-masied barquo, £286 tons. Gi'^ons. master. for Newcastle: sailed ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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English News. LONDON, May, 28. A DREAM FULFILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

* Loxdox, May 28. a dbeaji, fulfil lvd. ' An inquest"" on the bodies Tor Thomas Lake, Thomas Gorman, and i ^lfeKheW~rI>ay 1 son,"three™ nfeu~killed | in the Kclloe Pit br a fall of stone on i Monday, was openedonTh d rsday -mornings—A singalaroucident came to light in the evidence. Davison lived .with his mother, a widow, and she dreamt onSunday morning tha* she saw her son brought home dead. y«9' to be kUl^5 it may^^ wrfh, be'ib-da^as anx;|oth®| da^ffi Lake ats&Goririan le&^a^widbws aiulf familieaJ^Jlie childrea;f«^ the IrisjK named numbering " Accidental death " was veiuxMod-^' - ~ . ■ V?S-- ! PARRICIDE SENTENCED. At the Nancy Assizes Panl Ancion, a young labourer, was sentenced to "^jenal j|prvit^K%^or life for the gjnnrde&of his fatter. He teje^llfcthev^old Jpm's slculf^fh ft Aea^K. hamniSrSand then, aid of his mother, carried the body jntc^jil^-j^rn, where he cut it np with*'a''saw. " Daring the night he carried the^mu tiliated remain® one gby, oue^a^...

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MR. REID'S REJOINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

MR. REID'S REJOINDER; - iUr.TUeid liau to tice mother-lively audience on Tuesday night," v/len |iie. spoke at' Pa'ddinston msnpportof the candidature o£ssMfc|J,iC.\N5&iIcl. Mr. Reid on rising was received with cheers, small groans, and a cry of " Halloa, acrnbst S" Mr. Reid said there had never been a mor e, independent; man in Parlia ment than he. (A Voiee—" What about Mr.Wise ?f) Now; (that was; what his opponents did—they pnt np a natne for liim to attack and then spoke.of the fearful abuse levelled at them. (Laughter.) * Cte was only an infaut, and easily d?"a.wn. (Laughter.) Mr. Wise had said, the Government had intruded the personal element into the great question of federation. (Cries of " So you have,'*) On the. contrary, it was their opponents "who had done t}iis., (Bdobooing and inter opposing the Government were im patient becanse-the- Ministry had beeriiso long ih? office^ -(A * Voice.— " You have been there too long.") man y'-faJdeaJ% with the; other P?einiers w...

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The Reid-Barton Fight. MR. BARTON'S SPEECH. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

%J t I - - r"~:■ * ■ Ska Seld-lastoa FigM* 31 R. Bi ETON'S SPEECH. * (From" tho Argtm) ' • On Teeidsy evcTting Mr. Barton addressed a crowded raecting of dec tors' of K . Division at the1 »r->\ Masonic-ball. £s soon as he an notraccd that behad dccided to con test, thai cortstitEency against the Premier. thSTnieeiujg broke oat Into loud -and prolonged cheering. The xTBtct ixt great coEtrast to those of Mr. Beid's meeting on the ptevifttis* evening. It was' m^t orderlj. aod wes so complete!yirith out interrtsption that Mr. Bartos, though in "weak health,1, had bo diS> csltf in making himself heard in all parts ct the ball. He said that tho islam of .New S nth Wales -vrss iadissolnbly boand rjtfirx the fttttipj of Australia. Th jv Weagagcd is a contest which Lad been made , a bitter one py some people," Their weapons o£ destrac ti<m were personal abuse .'and ft he belittling of the careers and motives of others. \Cbeers.) These-: werol being raised as a bulwark in def...

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Port Germein. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

P§st Sesmeia. July 14. Tattersalls " consultations are a popular speculation here just now, con sequent upon the run of good fortune following ,i local Syndicate. Members of i this Syndicate, after drawing a fair cash prizes', of" from £5 to £100, have just ; recently improved on their luck by draw ing: the winner of the Port Augusta Cup j in the Western Australian Tattersall's j Consnltation, and although the sweep closed with only a third of the tickets sold, yet the Syndicate will draw about £400 as their share, and the drawing of a winner of £5,000 is regarded as a cer tainty yery soon by some of the sanguine ones. " So mote it be." ; Th# recent visit of the Conservator of Water and party to the Baroota Creek Springs has awakened an interest in water conservation schemes as applied to the wasteful flow of water annually going on in this district frsm the numerous springs in the various creeks along the Flinders Range, if the visit of the party referred to results in only the spr...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

(From our own Correspondent.) - July 15. The long spelt of genial warm weather was broken yesterday by a disagreeable wind from the north, which blrw all day, accompanied..at intervals by clouds of dust. Toward# evening the gale moderated, and the sky became- overcast. During the night a steady rain fell, the gauge reading at 9 o'clock this morning 0*350 points, with light rain still falling.

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Koolunga. [From our own correspondent.] July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

[From our own correspondent.! 1 July 12. Crops and feed are growing splendidly. Farmersare pushing ahead with fallowing. Feed being plentiful and the ground in good; order, a large area will be under fallow this season. Arbor Day was otwerved here last Friday. Trees were plauted at the school in the morning, - and at the Rccreation Ground in the afternoon. What with tree planting, buns, football, and other games, the. children had a thoroughly enjnjabla time; A g'Vod number of parents and frieiids were present during the afternoon. A football dab has been started here, and the opening match was played last Saturday on the local Recreation Ground against the Gulnare Club. After a eood game, the home team won by 1 goal 12 behinds to 1 behind.. The local -Branch of the Agricultural Bureau has arranged for a visit from Pro fessorLawrio - some time next month. Messrs. J. Junes: and J. Pengilly were elected unopposed for Kooluiiga Ward in the Brougbton District Council, the latter taking ...

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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

Crl&dsts&s. (From oue own CVsrrespoasIent.y July 11 The annual meeting of subscribers toj the Gladstone Institute was held on Priday last, when the vice-president (Mr. Muller) presided oVer_a fairvattendance.s The fc&faneesheefc showed a debit balance of under «t pound, and as toveralseisr books Nad been prr-cured and a ; most elaborate array of papers and - periodicals had been displayed in the reading-room throughout the year, this was thought very satisfactory. The annua! report and ba!ai»ce-sheet were adopted- but those present evidently did not think it worth tfhile tendering a vote of thanks to the retiring oflieera,or what is mora probable," the little debt of courtesy was forgotten in the abaorbing problem as to who would go on the committee. The library now numbvrs over 1,200 books, find take it all round 13 a fair collection. Of course the * light* literature—the sensational fiction element-—-i? conspictioos both in number and tawdry binding,and doe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

Why suffer with cold feet when you • can have themwarm by buyins? GOOD STRONG BOOTS From us at low prices. Oar shop though small is well stocked, and ^ goodsarri*e freshtwieea week. The following arc a few of ,oar prices for WINTER GOODS. Men's Goloshed Balmorals, a Tory < neat hoot, 10s. 6d. Golofehcd Balmorals, the cheapest : and best boot'niado,<5s. lid. Our Plain Bluchers at 8s. lid; can't be - beaten. Heavy nailed Bluchers, 4s. 6d- 4s: ljd. 5s lid. ■. ' " Women's High-leg Leather Boots, 4s. lid, 7s lid. - . • Woman's High-leg Morocco Boots 5s lid. 7b lid,; 10s 9d. Women's High-leg Kid Lace Boots, 6s lid, 10s Gd, 12s 6d. . Women's Button Boots, 9s Gd, 12s Cd Children's High-legLeather Boots" 6 to 9 2s.lid.; 10to 13,8a 3d ' Children's High-leg Laco Boots, extra strong, 8s Gd, 3s lid- < ■ :■ Children's Button Boots, 6s lid, 7s lid. Children's Morocco Bcots. 4s lid 5s lid 6s9d,7siM. The Best assortment of Felt Goods in Port i Pine at all prices. I B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

CHEAP DRAPERY-~ .» CLOTHING! COTTtE V* The CASH DRAPER. .. . NOW OFFERING . . Immense Bargains, Hoods Sacrificed. Must be sold. Regardless of Cost. Regardless of Cost. Great Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale. Real Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale, Immense Sacrifices. Goods slaughtereds Almost giving away at COTTLE'S GREAT STOCKTAKING SALE. HAYING JUST A DDED (Including all the most popular writers) TOST CIRCULATING LIBRHRY; The PUBLIC are invited to inspect. : ih stock : ensss, mnm, Ma, And all other Winter Games. W. O. slater, -,mAm

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Sporting Notes. [BY VIATOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

[By Viatok.1 The following is a list «»f the probable 8'arter and riders for the Grand National Steeplechase, which is to be run at Flemingtoh to-day ■— Horse Weight Rider. Floater ... 12 7 Waller Hayseed ... ... 12 7 Mooney Gladstone ... ... 12 0 McLaghlin Songster ... ... 11 13 Wi Hams; Doondiah ... ... 11 7 Smith Euro ... ... 10 7 Brooks Gold and Black... 10 7 Bull Irish Stew ... 10 7 Howie Fernbank ... ... 10 0 Giennon Will o' the Wisp ... 12 7 Giennon N.Z ... 9 0 Howard Pirate ... ... 9 0 Sutherland Floater and Hayseed divide the honour of occupying the pride of position with 12 st. 7 Ib.apiece, and both -have earned their impost. It is liot bo very long ago that the former was asked to carry about a stone more—he has won with close ou it, too-and; the chances are that were the weights to bo issued now his portion would be quite 13 st. Early in the week it was rumoured thac he was nmis3,and h< receded t®; 10 to I.^ The stable stepped in with their coin, and 7's was t...

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LATEST V.R.C. SCRATCHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

LATEST V.R.C. SCRATCHXSGS. Hardie Race—Pat, The Provost, Dinmdo, The Hall, Aboriginal, Cynic. . Ijawn Handicap—Spencer, Copperas. July Handicap—Spencer, OJaf. (•rand National Steeplechase—Will o' the Wisp] Open Steeplechase—Arthur, Seoy? donia. At the reading of the card to-nigt floater rras backed afc 55 to 10, Soagslcr at 100 to 10, and Gladstone at 500 to 30. A. J. Body sailed fmra Melbourne oa Tuesday last by tlie U.M.S. Oraraz,' for Vienna. Speaking *«h R-dy previous to Isia departure, be sfated his infrentsoss of goitig direct to Vieana„ leaving the hoAi at NapUs, his intention being to esmpete in lis# proftssimial World's ChanspioGsbipa he'd in Yier.oa on tbo Stlt, lCNb, and'lltb ol Ssptembcr. In Albert Body Australia will oat* a wcitby npnMststite in tho World'o Champion ships, and cao who. by his quiet ar.d tsosittnaiag jaantjer, cccpSed «iih Srq ridtsg, iasors to be a public fsvoar-1 ite. After tbsChampnaiship meetiiJg Body tmrest for London to phice bis sabtairinc beat be...

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LATEST SPORTING. (By Telegraph.) THE WATERLOO CUP. BOGAN THE WINNER. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

(By Telegraph.) THE WATERLOO COP. BOGAN THE^WINNER. MemsohrkB, Friday NigM The Moonee Valley Coursing- Clal*' brought the Waterloo (tap meeinig' to a successful concfcsiaa \ today. The event was won by Mr. S. Bladon's b» and vr. dog Bogac, by Clement's Tonic—-Besant. ' *

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Gladstone. July 14. MONTHLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

July 14. MONTHLY MARKET. Messrs. Uagot, shakes, and .Lewis held their usual monthly sale here 011 Tuesday I«8t. There was nn excellent attendance, and the competition at times was very keen. The turnover could not have bean less than £1,600, which is not so bad considering that but a few short: years ngo anyone who suggested Gladstone asa likely place to hold a sale of stock was looked upon as a proper case for treatment; under the lunacy laws. Some 4,000 sheep changed bauds, prices ranging as high as 12s. 6d. for fats. About 60 head of cattle averaged £615s., and of the 60 head of horses also dealt with one fetched close on £20. Prices were higher all round. Both' Elder, Smith & Co. and Bagot, Shakes & Lewis sell hero,: and attempts bare been, made to get. a reduction in the fees charged as rent to them, but the Town Council prefer to adhere to the old scale and lay. out what money they have to spare, after paying interest aud allowing a reasonable amount to reduce ...

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CITY CHATTER. PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

CITY CHKTTER. By Twittes. PAKUAMEXTABY DEBATING. In comparing the delating talent of the Assembly with other bodies, it is I obvious that the system under which 44 out I'of 5£ members speak upon one subject ' does not do hon. members justice. If, as is usual in mosfcparhaments, afewrepre sentatire speakers were putup from each side, the speaking quality would have been awarded a high rating. Of the three parties in the Housed the Labour mem bera are the strongest in controversy, and the .Independent Country Party the weakest. Though the Ministry i* not as effectives as in its original form, Messrs. Kingston, Holder, Jenkins, and Butler will hold their own with any four men in the House, though Sir John Downer, Mr. Glynn, Mr. Solomon, and Mr. Roberts are by no means to be despised. Reputations have been enhanced in the struggle of partiea..Jlr. Glynn cameto the fore front. Mr. Darling displayed the promise of a leading .debater. Mr. Price excelled himself. And last, but not least, Mr...

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ARREST OF BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

ARREST OF BURGLARS. Several imnortanfc arrests of burglars and footpads vrere made by the police to-day, and the police are of opinion that the recent outbreak of lawlessness has been effectually nipped in the bud.

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EXTENDING THE BROAD-GAUGE TO PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

EXTENDING THE BROAD-GAUGE TO PETERSBURG. The Railways Commissioner (Mr Pendleton) lias prepared an estimate of the cost of extending tbe broad gauge from Terowie to Petersburg, j The total cost is estimated at £75,000, and it is reckoned that the alteration trill enable a saving of £3,400 per annum to be effected, as well as' con-" siderablo economy in working ex penses. The Commissioner's report has been laid on the table -of the House of Assembly;

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TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. ADELAIDE, Friday (Midnight). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898

TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCI DENT. Adelaide, Friday (Midnight). A terrible railway accident occurred tins evening on the road crossing' the Hilts railway line between Bal bannah nnd Ambleside. Al this spot the train from Servicetown ■? which ( is doe in Adelaide at 9.30 ran oyer a man; on hors«back. Horso and rider were soine difficulty will be exferienced in identifying the man. It is believed; howeirer^ that be is a well-known i^tanriteur of the city who has been spending a holiday in 1 be neighbour J&3& ■

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