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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
§3imm. Port Pirie.—Latitude, 33 deg. 11 mis. S.; Lougitcde,138deg. i min. E. ABEIVALS. Oct. 5—Age, steamer, 1493 tona, Bedford, from Newcastle via Sydney, Mel : bourne, Port Adelaide and Wallaroo. Cargo—800 tons coal, 70 tons general. Wm- Howard Smith & Sons, agents. Oct, 5—Jessie Darting, steamer, 158 tona, P. B. Derry, from Port Adelaide via Wallaroo. In ballast. J. Darling & Sons, agents. ' Oct. 5 — Brougbton, ketcb, 46 tons, Hodgeman, master, from Tictera. Cargo—Flos. Oct. 6—Lucretia, schooner, 66 toes, Valen tin®, from Port Lincoln. Cargo— Finx. Oefc. 7 — Spindrift, ketcb, 71 tons, D. Dinara, from Port Lincoln. Cargo— Flax. - Oct* 7—Capella. ketcb, 73 tons, Linquest, from Port Lincoln. Cargo—Flax. Oct. 7—Glaucas, steamer. 3597 tons, Bar yriaj, from Yokohama. In ballast.
The New Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Ths 2Tew "Wosxas,. The New Woman orator waxed eloquent. •' And what," she demanded, as she came to the climax, " is to be the result of our emancipation ?" She looked round with the air of one who bad asked a poser, and this was too much for the little man wait ing for his wife in a far corner of the hall. " I know," he shouted. " Ah," returned the New Woman on the platform, scornfully, "the little man with a bald liead thinks he has solved the problem. We will, give our attention while be tells us what is to be the result." ; " Cold dinners and ragged child ren," roared the little man, without a moment's hesitation. __ Mamma: " Ethel, what do you mean by shouting in that disgraceful fishion ? See how quiet Willie is." "Of course he's quiet. That's our game. He's papa coming home late and I'm you." :
Rowley's Waxworks and London Company. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Sowley's Was^orka aad Lea don Goafaay. This show wiil'dpen id the Institute, Port Pirie.bnr; the 13th hist. It is highly spoken of by the Press, as the following from the Barrier Miner will show :—The programme was most varied and interesting. The waxworks alone are worth seeing. The figuresare as good as any of their kind, and the details are admirable. The costumes are appropriate, and the setting " generally artistic. The Royal Fam ily group is excellent; and Charles Dickens, Sir Henry Irving, Ellen Terry, 6eneral Booth, and others who have distinguished "themselves in some walk of. life are represented. Even Charles "Wells, " the man who broke the bank at Mont-e Carlo," is there. Of the notorious characters may be mentioned Jabez Balfour, Alfred John Monson,Deeming, Mrs. Maybrick, :Charles. Peace, Dr. Cream, Mrs; Dean, ~ and; -of ' course, Ned Kelly. A catalogue of the figures contains a. short? interesting . history of the ^originals/ ^ Some realistic ta bleaux are also on view...
Cricket. RAILWAYS V. CENTRALS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
C&icSek RAILWAYS Y. CENTRALS. 5 Matches in connection with the Port Pino Association will ba fairly commenced this afternoon, when the above clubs will try conclusions on the Recreation Ground. Both clnbs have only thrown in their lot with the. Association this season; in fact the Railways have been formed quite recently, and the match should draw afaircrowd if only;; to" see how the new aspirants to premiership honours are;constituted.'-. Kot much is known abon&'the Centrals, but' 15 of "them defeated the Early* Closers last season, and it is understood they have some ne v blood, and are likely to make a good fight of it. The Railways will place a strong combina tion in the field, included in which will be found the names, of spme old steers at the game. Play will start at 230, and the teams will be made up as follows:—Centrals—Illman, Ede, Jasper, : Lilly white, Mortimer (capt.), Mitchell, Milbourn, Raymond, Rowe, and Trennery (2). • Railways —Wilkins (capt.^, Hewe...
Death at a Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Death at a Saace, Daring the progress of a dance at the Guild-hall, in Richmond, on Thursday night last, ei young man named James Bond, employed as a conductor on the tramways, was suddenly taken ill as soon as he arrived, and had to be assisted to one of the forms in the porch. As it was apparent that he bad been stricken with some serious malady he was made as comfortable as possible, while one of the company ran for a doctor, Mr. Branson, M.R.C.S, soon arrived, and on making an examination ascertained that the man was dead. Bond, who was only 24 years, had sot been dancing, and those present thought he had met his death thought hurrying up' the hill to the hall. A post mortem examination by Mr. Branson, however, showed that death had re sulted from an attack of meningitis, for the coverings of the brain were found adhering to the skull, and also to the brain itself. This was given in evidence at the inquest yesterday before Mr. Candler, the city coroner, who inquired of Mr. Brans...
The Sileat Whoolman. [From the Bulletin.] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
^9 SileatWkselmas. [From the .BuUehn.1 From limpid Life's enshrouded source To where it joins theTsea, ' A Silent Wheelman dogs eur coarse With fell persistency. He's near tis where we watch in Space Illusion's pantomime ; Or Fortune's golden beetles chase Upon the wheels of Time. He goes whore heroes slay Desire And only live to serve; ; ; Where statesmen side-slip in the mire And stiffened " leaders swerve ; Where quicksand Compromise retards Reform's audacious throng ; Where, punctured by Rebellion's sharps, Fall tyres of Ancient Wrong. Those .who with high-gear principles Climb quartzy steeps to Right, As those -who coast down Pleasure's hills - On a brakeless rush to Night, With occult sense behind them hear r His diamond bearings grate, • His tyres of Sleep, his bell of Fear, His pedals that are Fate. Yourripe-ltpped queen of the country way» Or you of the seaside track, Exploit your empire while you may With never a side-look back ! Relays of suitors, false and leal, Escort y...
Refinings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Dust. . Y:. Busy wharves. -YY Kissed into fame. A lady preacher. - _ A chapter of tragedies. ; ; VV An inspiring procession. Big cousi^nuieuts of c&lt;>al. Bike spurts not a success Shipping lheuiu&lt;r up a bit, Hogarth's win Very popular. Horrid weat her for tile children." Not enough rain to d» nay g»od. Association cricket starts to-day. Rowley*8 Waxworks are coining. Well done, Lieutenant; Mullighau. High praise for the Gerinein Rifles. Hogartb does not believe iir waiting. Blasting, blightin?, withering Boreas. Not a single accident at the bike sports. Dr. Hamilton is laid up wi'.h gastritis. Alas, for the farmers' shattered hopes. . Barton' is no match for Reid in general ship. Y ; - ■ The Critic libel action settled oat of Court. . Plenty of "stiffs" ac Wednesday's sports. One speaker at the school used plenty of butter. * Mrs. Perm a stuck to the reins very pluckily. : A /grand mtister ot . welWreied "kiddies." . v.;;; YY-Y'Y!YYY " Sister Minnie*' is clea...
Port Pirie Co-operative Distribution Soeiety. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
?ert ?&i@ Gs-epes&iive Sigtri buties Soeiety; The seventh half-yearly meeting of the above Society was held in the Institute Supper-room on Tuesday evening last. | Mr. J. J. Hanson presided over a fair attendance of shareholders. The Chair man congratulated the shareholders on the sound financial condition of the Society, which showed that good progress had been made siace their last meeting. He also paid a tribute to " the very able management of Mr; C. Heier, to whose energy the success of the Society was fin no small measure due. Mr. H. George had left the district, but Mr. W. B. Baldoch had, in accordance with a promise made at last meeting, filled the vacancy. The business of the Company had so increased of late that it was evi : dent steps would soon have to be taken for securing more commodious premises. The Chairman read the report and balance sheet as follows r " Ladies and Gentlemen—In present ing to you the report for the 'seventh half year we have the hon...
The Excelsior Quadrille Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
The Uscslsier Quadrille Club, The Excelsior Quadrille Club wound up the season with a plain and fancy dress ball in the Institute on Thursday evening last. About thiaty-five couples were present, and the function proved a great success. The hall was picturesquely decorated for the occasion, aad Mr. C. Herbert provided a first-rate supper. Mr. M. O'Dea made an efficient M.C. Some of the costumes of the ladies were very pretty. The following is a. list of those presentMiss S. Butler, "School Girl" ; Miss May Dickens, "Forget-me-not"; Miss H. Pengel, " Waitress"; Miss Hisgrove, "Nurse" ; Miss E. Finch, "Housemaid"; Miss McGrree, "Sweet Marie" ; Miss Lynch "Ma'ritana" ; Miss -N. Nilan, " Solomontown Barracker"; Alias J. Nilan, "Ivy"; Miss Reidy, cream and lemon silk ; Miss Harris, grey, trimmed with blue, silk; Miss White, white spotted muslin, trimmed with-blue chiffon, and blue sash ; Miss Chapman;: heliotrope silk with black trimming; Miss McDonald; blue silk ; Miss Flaherty, pale gr...
The Port Pirie Recorder SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1898. That Hotel Licence. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
^Ite ^ort Prie fUmier SatuudaYj October 8, 1898. Skat Hotel Licsace. Zealous members of the teetotaj party take exception to the action of the Chairman of the Midland Licensing Bench for having, at the last sitting of the Court, exercised both a deliberative and a casting vote. The gentleman who has taken up the cudgels on their behalf states that there is no warrant in the Act for such a course, and that the Chair man in adopting it departed from precedent. As to the former con tention Mr. Duncan is correct, bat to pat matters on a fair footing it should also be stated that the Act makes no reference whatsoever to the question. It simply states that "the Bench shall come to a decision," but as to the number of gentlemeu requisite to constitute the Court, or how the result shall be . determined, it is silent. In the absence of such a provision ifc seems to us that the Chairman had a perfect light, under! the circumstances, to the two votes which he exercised. To argue to the contrar...
THE EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
THE EXHIBITS. The exhibits all round were, if any thing, superior to those of last year, and excellent work was to be seen in all departments. " The book of coloured paintings by Emily Oborn, of Wirrabara Forest, was splendidly done, and at tracted considerable attention. The scale drawing of Effie Lawrie and Bertha Milbourn was exceedingly creditable, and cleanly finished. There was some very good chip carving, and the fancy needlework all round was of high excel lence. There was a good collection of brushware, principally from Melrose, and some well made rope from Hughes's Gap and Murray town. The book-binding from the Hurra and Caltowie was well worthy, and. the latter school was re sponsible fur a very prettily executed chest of drawers,"the work of Tom Madigan. There was an excellent col lection of manual work from Hawker. The beadwork from Solomontown, Caltowie, and Pirie was very pretty. The samples of basketwork from James town and Melrese was well worth in spection, and the...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
["br viatob.1 The victory of Mr.: Warren's filly Tarloch in- the Juvenile Handicap at S.A. Tattersall's Meeting last Saturday was not. unexpected up here, as she had done a good trial. Her owner has nob had too much luck with his horses, and the win was well received. Tarloch, who is Spoken of as a very nice shapely filly, very quiet and docile, is by the Australian Cup winner Broken Hill from Virago, by Neckersgat from Meg Merrilles, by Gang For ward—breeding good enough for any thing. She is engaged in the Maribyr nong Plate, and will make the trip. It is reported from England that' Merman and Survivor are being strongly supported for the Czarewiteh at 8 to 1. Uniform was also nibbled at for the Cambridgeshire. r / Those who have backed Merloolas for the Melbourne Gup will be pleased to learn that in all: probability J. Delaney will steer the big fellow in that event. It is said that victory would have beeu his in the Band wick Plate had a stronger rider been up, but he will not s...
EVENING ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
EVENING ENTERTAINMENTS. On each evening an entertainment of a varied character was given. The hall was crowded to excess, and, judging by the applause, most of the items were heartily appreciated. On Thursday evening the numbers that found most favour were "Ye Banks and Braes," by the combined choirs; infants' drill, by Solomontown scholars; scarf drill, by Caltowie girls; an especially clever fan drill, by Jamestown girls ; club swinging Mid an action song, "A Song of In fluenza," by Pirie girls, and boys and girls respectively ; pole drill, by Solomon town girls ; and a round in six parts, " Sounds of the Public School," by Pirie boys and girls. The Laura boys and girls gave a good chorus, and the duet. " Don't play in your yard," by Caltowie infant.®, went well. On Friday evening Muriel Hill (James town) gave a recitation in very clever, style. Other much-approved items were the tennis drill by Jamestown girls; action song, "The Milkmaids," Pirie girls; chorus," Don't tickle me. ...
Port Gormoin. [From our own Correspondent.] October 5, [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Port Gremeia. [From our own Correspondent.] October 5, The weather on Wednesday and Thurs day has just about finished off the farmera' lingering hopes for a good rainfall to help along the late sown wheat, which was in a critical condition, but now tho change has passed ua witheut any rain, it is generally considered that, future rain will be of very little benefit, as crops are rapidly ripening. Haymaking is in full swing, and reaping w ill soon be started. The average will be somewhat similar to the la3t two or t hree years. The un favorable turn of the season's prospects is a great disappointment all around. .The local division of mounted rifles I mustered for inspection on Wednesday afternoon. The Commandant, Colonel Stuart, Major Heaney arid Sergeant Major DuPassey were present. The Company turned oritin full strength and were put through mounted drill and manual exercise by" Lieutenant Bews and also by Sergeant Muliighan. The Commandant afterwards addressed the officers and me...
Northern Public Schools' Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Sfortkesa PuTslic Schools' 2a dustrial Eshil)itio&. The thirteenth Northern Public Schools' Exhibition was held at Port Pirie cn Thursday and Friday. About 500 cbildreu came by train from the neighbouring towns, and they were taken charge of by residents who had arranged to receive them. The weather was simply execrable, Thursday being one of ehe worst days experienced here for a long time, a hot north wind and blind ing storms of dust prevailing all day. Friday was cooler, but a high wind made it unpleasant to be out of doors. On both days tho steamer Jessie T*arling was kindly placed at tho disposal of the Show executive by Messrs. Darling & Son, and conveyed large numbers of tho juveniles down the river, and ou Friday the hurdy gurdy was secured by Mr. F. Grey and Mr. J, Gro3e for the use of the visitors, who appeared to thoroughly enj»y them selves. THE OPENING. The exhibition was opened iu the Port Pirie Institute on Thursday after noon at 2.30 by His Worship th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
has opened his first shipment of 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 MRS. C. JZ, H. SMITH Has reopened her Dining Rooms 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 sverjr description. ESEELL & TATTEESALL, LEGALLY QUALIFIED DENTA L SURGE0NS 33, King William Street, Adelaide. Will visit Port Pirie, and can be con sulted at the CENTRAL HOTEL, on WEBNESDAY, Oct. 12 CRYSTAL BROOK, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from 4 p m. GLADSTONE, TUESDAY, Oct. 11, from 9 to 2. LAURA, THURSDAY, Oct. 13. And Every Four Weeks. Laughing Gas administered. Extracfions 2s 6d,' Gas 10s. extra. Artificial Teeth on the latest principles: Teeth stopped and scaled. \ CONSULTATION FREE. . !§§* As there are man...