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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Crystal Sjeok. (From our own Correspondent.) . . October 6. I : Last Sunday Sister Minnie,^of .^the Wesleyan Mission to New Guinea,' pleached in the Wesleyan church in the morning and at Rocby River in the afternoon. On Monday evening a foreign missionary meeting was held in the church, the Rev. G. Hall presiding. Sister Minnie (Miss Billing) gave an interesting description of the New Guinea natives and their customs. The leeturess, who has lived three years and a half on the Island of Dobu, described at length the work of the missionary sisters in its various phases, and gave instances ef good accomplished both to the body and the soul. The late Governor, Sir Wm. McGregor, was mentioned as a warm supporter and enthusiastic admirer of the various missions in New Guinea. A collection on behalf of the work resulted in double the amount subscribed last year. ' \ At the Literary Society meeting, on Monday night Mr. T. J. Gardiner was voted , to the chair. There . was a * good attendance...
Port Pirie Bicycle Club Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 8 October 1898
Omcrns: — Judges, SIcaara. B. C. Wan-en, F. Grey, and W. F. Wells; Refeeee, M», T. Row; Starter, Mr, J. S. Crabb j Bugler, Mr. W. Symonds; Clerk of Coarse* Mr. E. C. Williams; Hon. Surgeon, Dri Wj J. Wa««c; Timekeeper, Mr. W. J. Player j flandi: ij^pei^ Mr. W; H; Pj er; ^reriMr. A; Cotteil; Scratching Officers, 3Iesars. J. E." Barrett acd Al'M. Manifold; Umpires, Messrs. D. Stewart, A. Liuib, G. J. Green, W. Driscoll, W. Redman, and fl. Basmussen. The local bicycle club experienced beastly weatherfor their Spring Meeting on Wednesday afternoon, when a strong wind was blowing which enveloped the; town in dust The club's bad fortune in i this respect is proverbial, every meeting which they have promoted meeting with the same fate. In the morning it was feared a postponement would-be nec«83ry. ; but after, midday the dust abated somewhat, though there was still enoughwind to materiaily interfere with witb the prospects of many of the lighter contestants in the various events. Underj th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
£100,000,000 pqLMipD; Dougal's Registered List containing names of20,000 Families "advertised, for to claim property and money since 1700. Pricels.6cL, post free,2s. Every man. and woman ihould buy this book, as instructions are given how to recover property from Chancery, DQUGAL & Co., 62 Strand,' Condon, Eng. Est. 1844. A fortune may awai t you. This book can now be obtained from W. C. Itiflby, Adelaide; Gordon &Goteh Mel., Brisbane; Geo. Robertson & Co., Mel Sydney. Adelaide, Brisbane ROBT FLET^ WATCHMAKER - ■ AND ; dEWEIiLEHj ELLEN . STREET, PORT PIRIE. Bafer k Confiiner, E L li E N - S T K E E T (Opposite Custom House. The WORST Caterer in Port | Pirie. Don't give him a trial, you're sure to get taken in. SYMONDS BROTHERS, Alexander Street, PORT P1RIE. OF FURNITURE GROGKERYWARE GLASSWARE :;ENA3^LWARE BRUSHWARE TINWARE, ETC.; ETC., ETC, Purchased at a great discount for CASHi consistiing of PER^[fel|STQp DRAWING ROOM SUITES DINING ROOM . SUITES TABLES SID...
Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
Railway Time-table. Passengeb Tbains i'eoh Poet Pibie to" Adelaide. ; To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tero.vie Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10,20 a.m.; Centra station at 10.3® a.m. To Broken Hill, via Petersburg and Terowie. Ellen-Street Station at 4i4® p.m. ; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. To Adelaide, via Petersburg, from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 p.m. ■ .• / ARRIVALS. From Adelaide, via Terewie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train , at 440 a.ni. Prom Broken Hill, and Terowie via Petersburg.. Central Station at 10.4 a.m. ; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m. I Prom Adelaide via Blyth and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street • Station at 4.55 p.m. - ^ Prom Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern; System. Central Station at 7.47 p.m.;. Ellen-street Station ;at 7.53 p.in.
Port Pirie Caledonian Society. "The hawd their Hallowe'en Fn' blitho thaf night." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
Psjt Pino Gale&eaiaa Soeiety. " Tae bawd their Hallowe'i _ Fn' blitho thafcnicht." about forty britber Scots and one Sassenach -rr who$e musical' capabilit ies Coined him admiasion into the chnnish coterie—did foregather at the local Institute Hall on Wednesday, Octo ber 5th. -There are "naei.kail yairds" in Pii 10 so there $ was no "pouin* o* casiocks. and for a like cause aach ceremonies as V pouin' stalks o" corn," " dividin' the au'.d guid wife's weel-hoirdit nits," and others of that ilk were dispensed j with. provided well .for the inner man, and there was just a suspicion there of usquebah—that aquavitae, ye „ ken, which H* Keeps os livin" "When life's a sift no' worth receiving When heavy dragged wi' pine an' grietin* Butouedby thee The wheels o' life caedown hill scricTin' Wi* rattlia' glee." The piper was there, w»* hih borfnet, an* feathers, and glitterin' gear, an' certes tnon, bat his pibrochs they were soundin, sweet ;an* clear. And there were twa callants ther...
A Jockey's Appetite. THREE GOOD MEALS A DAY. (From Quiz and the Lantern.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
THREE GOOD MEaI^ ^ BAY; (Jftom. Quiz and the Lantern.) " And so you always eat three good meals a day ?" said a reporter from Quiz and the Lantern to Mr. W. Murdock, one of the best-known professional riders on the Australian turf, and who is now engaged by Mr. Mallen at his stables, Glenelg, South Australia. " Yes, I do, and some times a supper as well, and never feel any inconvenience/' replied Mr. Murdock. " But let me give you my experiences, you will then understand why my enviable appetite is remark able :—4&lt; For nearly two years I suffered from a serious derangement ofc the digestive organs. I could not retain a meal on my stomach. Directly I ate anything I was seized with violent attacks of vomiting, and the pain I suffered was beyond description. I took: medical advice, but did not receive any relief from it. I was at that time so ill that I had to leave my employment and -relin quish work altogether. I was recom mended by my' employer, Mr. W Mallen, to take Dr. ...
Marie Corelli and the Marriage Market. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
Maris Oorelli a&& the Marriage r ,; v . Market. ;' The .foolishness of Morie Corelli (says a London paper) is never more apparent than when she goes into hysterics over the so-called modern marriage market. In reply to one of MisslCoreUi's outbursts, Lady Jenne writes:—"Does?, she, really; believe that the bright,. happy,, pretty girls we see in London ball-rooms all go there for the purpose of exhibiting, their charms to the richest and most desirable suitor? Does she think that every girl starts in life with the avowed, and open intention of making the best of her looks for snch a pur pose ? We say tha,t snch an idea, is monstrousabsolutely false of the girls, and equally untrue and unjust as regards their mothers. . Every year the incieased indepen dence which girls enjoy, and the feel ing of the time in which they live, make them less anxious to marry, or to; max*ry.so early;. and their position with regard to men, and the feeling of camaraderie which exists betw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
Somiag Sfotss (By " Bronze wing.") Homing seems to be livening up aU ovei- ibe colony, and several of the small, dabs which have for a time been dull are aow in full swiug and doing some really good performances. Oar local fanciers art still trying to secure more records, their aim now being to do Melbourne in the same day as toss, but it may be a loti" time before this feat is accomplished" Mr. lorn Brown was not very fortunate in getting his birds home from Arrarat (Victoria), as he only received one home the day after liberation and two others later than that. It is sad to relate that one of his Melbourne birds (the last one home) died through over exertion. Ibis is indeed a loss to Mr. Brown, who would not part with the bird for anything after its having won sach Honours for its master. . The Mount Barker Junction flv of the North-Western Junior Homing Society has _ been postponed till the j 2^ndf and it has been decided to leave out the Murray Bridge race, which is liable to do...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
gaggnra Mgws. I Port Pirie.—Latitude, 33de*». 11 mia. &i Longitude, 138 deg. 1 mio, E. £ 3 AEBITALS. Oct. 8—Dawn, steamer, 328 tons, Heaney, from. Pert Adelaide via Edithburg and Waliaroo.Cargo—70ton3ganeral Oct. 8—Egremont Castle, ateamer, (A.S-S. Co.} 1873 tons, Bose, from Newcastle *ia Port Augusta. Cargo—2300 tons, coal. Adelaide SteamshipCo., agfmts. Oet. S—Orwell, steamer, 2416 tons, Gibba, , from Table Bay. la ballaet» Geo. Wills & Co., agents. Oet. &—Br&tor, Bfceamer,1829 toss, Hood, from Sydney. la ballast, P. H. - SQOw.agsnta. Oct. 8—Maty Webater, ecLooiier,S2 tons. G. Carswel], master, from Port Ade ; laid®. Car»o-~•general.,; Oct. 8—-Britannia, ietcb, 25 tons, Bur goyne, master, from Tickera. Cargo Flux. Oct.lO— Wiliyama, steamer, *1713 tons, Peter Barry, from Newcastle, *i» JPortAdelaide. Cargo— 2930 tons 4 ecal. 360'tons coke. Adelaide Steam ship Co., agents. Oct. 1Q—Omeo, schooner, 42 tons, John stone, master, from Tickera. Cargo-? Flux...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
DEPARTURES Oct. 8—Age, sieamar. 1463 tons, Bedford, for Sydney via Eastern Ports. Cargo. —For Melbourne—300 tons lead, B. B.P. Co, j 230 tons concentrates, P. H. Snow; 875 bales wool, various shippers. For Sydney—120 tons eon contrates, W. R. Cave & Co.; 846 tons concentrates, Geo. Willi & Co.; 42 tons chaff, various shippers. Oct 8—Amnlreej barque,51329 tons, Steele, for Newcastle. In ballast: Oct. 8 — Mary. Jane; ketch, for Port Bronghton. Oct. 8.—Bronghton, ketch. 1 for Tickera. Oct. 8 —Lady Daly, fore and aft schooner, 61 tons, Heritage, master, for Tickera. Oct. . 8—Lucretia, schooner, for Port Lincoln. Oct. 8—Phoebe, ketch, for Port Bronghton Oct. 8—Dawn, steamer, 328 tons, Heaney, for Port Adelaide, via Ports Germein, Augusta and Edithbnrg. Carjro— . Sundries. .. .. -=-.&lt; ■ Oct. 10 —Young Chief, ketch, for Port Bronghton. Oct. 10.—Elizabeth Annie, ketch for Wallaroo. Oct.UO —Maty Webster, schooner, for Port Adelaide. Cargo—50 tons pig iron. Geo. Wil...