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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

Post "and Telegrapbr Office, Poitf Pirlc^ ■ MAIL, ABEANGE STENTS - I Business hours from 8.30 a.m.till7.30p in;: daily,; except i Saturdays,' ?whe& -it is open from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.mi - , ' , : Money Order Office from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. barings Bank Agency, from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., and on Saturdays till 5.30 p.m. The office is' open for a quarter of an hour for th® : delivery of letters after the arrival of the mails every evening. Mails arrive and close as follows ?— : A.EBJVAL, 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 andinteraiodiate offices at 10.13 a.m. 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 (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a jn - DEPABTUBE. . For Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. " For Adelaide and offices south of Terowie at 10 p...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VESSELS IN HABBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

VESSELS IN HABBOR. Windsor Park, ship, 1692 tons, Lambie, master, from Hamburg. Fulwood,ship, .1986 tons, Journeay, master, from Hamburg. Princo Bobert, fonr-nmsted barque, 2,654 tons, Hansen,master, from Port Townsend. Glancus, steamer, 3597 tons, Barwiso from Yokohama. Orwell, steamer, 2446 tons. Gibbs, from Table Bay. * Brator/steamer, 1829 tons, Hood, from Sydc'oy. '"" Egremont Castle, steamer, 1873 tons, Boso, from Newcastle via Port Augusta. Wiltyaina, steamer, 1713 tons, Barry, frofa JSo-vcastle via Port Adelaide. Coasters.—Neleebee, Uribes; Spindrift Young Galatea, Normanviile, Bobert Burns, Frances, Britannia, Omeo, Mary, Capella, • • ••■ -

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent). ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

TELEGRAMS. (From oar 0*0 correspondent). ^ADEtAiOB, In answer to a question in the Assembly to-day the Premier: ad mitted having received a communica tion from a body of West Aastral ians in connection with -f: the proposed annexation by South Australia of a portion of the western eolony's territory. 3lr. Kingston promised thai, it the contingency arose the Government wonld take Parliament into their confidence on the subject.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Worried to Death. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

Wemgd. to Seatk. Not long since, a business man of this city died from, worry. The strain on his brain and constant anxiftty brooght on numerous complaints which ultimately led to his death. Nor is an occurrence of this kind so uncommon as people suppose. Busi ness men are very, often martyrs to constipation and kindred ills, .and, though .an absolute and; speedy remedy is to be found in Bile Beans for Biliousness, every -one does not appear to recognise that fact.' What is the direct cause of constipation is hard- to say. It is mostly the effect .of disobediehce to the laws of nature, irreSularity of habit, and is often caused by an overstrain on various organs of the system. Constipation may also be caused by eating indi gestible foods, or eating too much or too fast. Insufficient liver action, also, is often" the cause, and the reason for this is that it is one of ihe duties of the liver to furnish for pur poses of digestion a fluid called bile. An■; insufficient quantity. of thi...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

i DID YOU EVER V SEE A SNOWSTORM IN SUMMER ? We never did: but we have seen the clothingat this lame ; of the year so covered with . dandruff that it looked as if' it had been out in a regular snowstorm. No oeed of this snowstorm. As the summer son would melt the falling snow, so will . Ager's !Mr vigor melt these flakes of dandruff in the scalp. It goes further than this: it prevents their formation. It has still other properties: it will restore - color to gray hair in just tea out of every' ten cases. And it does even more: it feeds and nour ishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair be* comes thick hair ; and short hair becomes long hair. PREPARED BV Dr. J. 0; Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass^U.S.A.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Disillusioned. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

disillusioned. A group of sad-eyed zealots, we began— Exalted faith our dominating note — With soaring aspiration to promote The Universal Brotherhood of Man. But lo, ere far bad sailed our Argos boat, Laden with golden principles, the fan Of dastard discord blew its blighting ban, And each man tried to clutch his fellow's throat! Yea, grand the large, mouth-filling phrases sound, But cankering cant lie3 often at their core. Better no principles than such as burse Like bubbles when they touch the solid ground. Give me the true friend's haud-shake more and more. For Universals 1 have ceased to thirst. --—D. BeuvBKiE in the Bulletin. When we are permitted to speak about the origin of virtue and religion without employing whisperable and circuitous language, and with the same freedom as we now speak about our mental or motive temperaments, the population problem will be virtu ally solved. The widest of all ab stractions is the idea that our bodies are dotted with shame spots, and that ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Cricket. CENTRALS V. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

Cricket. CENTRALS V, RAILWAYS. The first Association match took place on Saturday afternoon, "when the above clubs tried: conclusions.' A good deal of interest was taken iQ the fixture on account of it being the first appearance of both team's under the governing body and the intro duction of several players ue\y to Port Ph-ie. One or two of the chosen for the Railways did not play, bnfc a fairly good team took the field, and it' was..-'generally considered they would'win.- • The Centrals., however, were also confident, and the resale proved they had good grounds for anticipating victory, as they won handsomely by 5 wickets. Wilkins, who captained the Kail ways, won the toss from Mortimer, and sent in Halliday and Hewett to oppose th.* bowling of Mitchell and Milburn. Halliday went cheaply, and Small wood only contributed a single, both being bowled by. Mil burn. Miller was run ont, but Collins put together a useful 17 before Trennery got one .past him. Meanwhile; JEiewetfc was scor...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

S.5. rtR£ZK.!ti£.. THE I tX Cj Howard Smitf| Line St«»sr« of tijfc lto» «U1 toil from ?*rt Pirie POST AtGCSTA I Stiar^y, Oct. U. w?KT^DEI?aI f>B )(Pa33«Jgera «ad Csrwp.) taIL -To FOHT ACGBSXA; Saloon, 12*. <S T**fc.s. »» Jxbebage. r». «.■•■-':■• T» POST ADELAIDE, Saloon, SK-Steerw#, l£ Trip »« Aujfasta. E^thburgh. sod A4aUi«U back to Port Pirie, S5s. Regular Fortnightly Service. T* A S.S. MARITTA MBtBOCBJJE • STDSST ' f FRIDAY, BWCASTLB *!! 1 Oct. 2S. Q0BKN8LA2«J> Porta J MOTS.—Literal Diseoan* o2 Steerage far«» *• Queensland Ports. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. *o } S.S.GABO, ALBANY c TUESDAY, Oct. 18. >'RE MA NT LB ) k«ak«a rixbt tbroasb to tbo GoWfiaW*. SSgSu^ystLo^Eate,. COAL. CO AL. CO AL. ■S3KS2M^ tl^SBU«a Tank, «d Iron-bark Spokw for .ale ftt 1«wm» |!^^r partienlar® on application to Wm. Howard Smith & Sons' j,J8ftia-slr€^Ti><>rt Pirie, Th® Adelaide fSteamshlp Company, Limited^ dispatob 8t«^«r»/ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

A Great Sufferer from General Debility and Weakness Says f SAVED HER LIFE. Wo givebelow a testimonial from Mrs. ST. Cracknell of Hilton. So. Australia, who also sends us her portrait: '■ Some two years ago I was suffering from general debility, weakness,-etc., andwas $o ill that 1 tl)ougut I never would ba well again, { bad tlio advice gf twornediqalijispandtook much mediqiue, hot I derived no good what* over. My husband was telling a friend hov? very 111 I was and this friend told Itfra to get for mo Aicrt Svs^arfla He did so and I took three bottles; I felt a great deal better. I continued taking it and fu ili I took eight bottles and was able to resi qio niyhotjsAoId djjtfesaswell as I ovep was I feel a !}eo tnat Ayera Sarsapanllawag tlie means of saving my IJfe. I strongly rer eommend it to anyonowho Is suffering as I did and jf ibey will only persevere ipifsusej . feot positive it win ewe them," . For constipation ta&e Dr. Ayet'a Pills. Tbey • promptly relieve and surel...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

; The final acceptances for the Caul field Cup we*e due on Monday, and 34 still remain iji. 1 don't suppose more th^n a couple will go out between this and Saturday, and with such a large field anything might happen. Double-orent bettors received a hard knock when Amberite, Wayfarer^ and Olaf declined the mile-and-a-half event, and it is hard .on punters when horses of their calibre are left in so long. This year there will be three days' racing, the second taking place this afternoon. As the weights were only known here to-day and no Acceptances will be seen, it is hard to sny what will start. Hatnault will prob ably have a gallop in the Eclipse Stakes, one mile, but can have no "chance against Bob.idil at a difference of 7 lbs., arid the latter will score again, with some of the older division in the places,. The Chief and Hymcttus for choice. Gipsy Bill is not iil tly Jo he out in the Nursery Handit ip i lie only-arrived in Mel bourne yesterday, but Silverthorr. should go near wi...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Wandearah. (From our own Correspondent.) Oct 7. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

WaactoaSu r (From oar own Correspondent.) Oct 7. A pleasing ceremony took place on Thursday, at the -residence of Mr. A. Lawson. The Kev., S. Rdssiter - had the 1 pleasure of tying the nuptial knot of Miss Maggie Lawson and Mr. O. tL Cowled. . There were; only a few very intimate friends invited, but Everything passed off without a hitch, " and alL con gratulated ; the happy pair and wished them a lifelong prosperity and happiness. The presents were numerous,-valuable* useful, and ornamental,—the beautiful Family Bible; presented: by the trustees of the Wesleyan Church as a token of their appreciation of her long- and : valued services as organist and- leader of the choir held pride of place, while" a hand some marble timepiece, the gift of the trustees of the Institute Hall and friends came next.-" The other presents weie of various . kinds, . and _ showed, that the bridal pair were held in high esteem by their numerous friends and well-wishers. The happy couple left for their new ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Mr. Gumichael on the Queensland Country. TO THS EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

Gumiel&sl 6a the land Getuafey TO THS EDITOR Sir—Through the kindness .of iny friends I have been privileged to peruse your issue of August 31st containing par ticulars of a chat with Mr. Donald L Murray on his Visit to the Downs, which is calculated to give a slightly misleading impression to any intending visitors, and I do not think Mr. Murray had such in tentions on his mind vvhen imparting the information contained therein. It cer tainly was very dry at the time of that gentleman's visit, but it is scarcely fair to base a calculation or form an opinion on the capabilities of the country as a wheat producer under these conditions, which subsequent events have proved. If Mr. Murray could be here at the present time he could view dozens of wheit plots (for such is .-ill they aire) within a radius of six to eight miles that will yield from four to eight bags per acre, which, in con sideration of this being a year of drought, speaks unquestionably in favour of the suitabilit...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Refinings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

Summer. A water famine ahead. A victory for the boys. A pretty par on contrasts. An imposing fleet of steamers. Prospects getting worse and worse. A bad look out for our water supply, v t • The champion mean MilitaryMinistry. Only twenty million gallons in Beeta loo. : Ore freights to be raised on the rail ways. The Railways wantsomemore bowling " talent. Kings of the Argyle Cut—Norton and . Meagher. C. S. Mann is to direct operations at Bundaleer. Bobadil is as good as a goldmine to W. R. Wilson. A choirmaster alleged to have been aburgling. Bundaleer works to be started on October 17. . An increasing disposition to barrack in the Assembly. " Twitter " says political life is as puso f as commercial life. The brilliant A. G. Taylor has" become hopelessly insane. A fire in Sydnay on Saturday destroyed property, worth £35,000. Ada Crossley has been commanded to sing before Her Majesty. British railway men decline to join tho Trades Union Federation. ' 352 ; men enrolled at the Governm...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Northern Public School's Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

a Ife3fefa ^B"blic IsSu^s* la dustdsl EskiMtiea. The following is the prize-list < as complete as it can be made up The abbreviations used are— P, Port Pirie; J", Jamestown; S, Solomon town; L, Laora; O, Oodlawirra; M, Melrose; C, Calfcowie ;-W F. Wirrabara Forest; H P W, Hnndred of Pirie West; G, Gladstone; B, Barra; C B, Crystal Brook; N, Napperby ; S F, Stanley Flat:— Class I.-—Section I—One plant, any kind, W Green, P, Is, W Green, P, Is; pelargonium, one zonule, A Hibberd, S, Is, L Cass, S, Is, G Green, P, H.M; pelargonium, other than one zonale, A Hibberd,; S, Is,. W Mnnro, H M; one coleas, E Lawrie, P, Is j cactus, E Lawrie, P, Is; box of pansies, L Cass, S, 2s, third, W Muoro, S ; bos of any other flower, L Green, P, 'Is; bi-color pelargonium, A Hibberd, S, Is, W Hibberd, S, Is; fern, R Pelbam, P, Is, W Green, P, Is; any other plant, W Green, P, Is Section III.—Cat Flowers—Three roses, H Hamlyn, C B, 6d, A CrosswaD, L, H M, M Boucaut, J. E Crossman, L, A Crossman,...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

COTTLE Has just opened about New and Fashionable DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. COTTLE IS A DIRECT IMPORTER. Men's New Straw Hats at 6d, 9d, -is, Is 3d, and Is 6d at Cottle's. Boy's Straw Hats 4|d, 6d, 9d, Is, Is 3d, up to 2s lid : at Cottle's. Straw Hats, hundreds fo select from, the very latest shapes, at Cottle's. -Mens Shirts (collars and j pockets—light) Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Suits—real good wearers—15s lid, 17s 3d, and .f21s, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers,-3s lid, 4s lid, and 5s 6d, at Cottle's.: Good wearers. w<in's Mole Trousers, 3s 6d, 3s lid, 4s 6d, good weights and clinters to wear at Cottle's, Men's Cotton Cords, all sizes. 1 2s 6d: 2s lid", 3s lid pair at the Spot ^ash Praper's—Cottle's. Men's'Undershirts and Pants, 1<=, Is 6d, is lid, 2s lid, • at Cotlle's. Men's Cashmere; Socks. 9d pair. Men^ Merino Socks. 4|d. 6d.,9d, and Is at Cottle's. Cottle's for Scarfs and Braces, 6d, 9d, Is. Cottle's for Boys' Shirts, 9d ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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A Nice Food for Invalids. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

A Nice Food for Invalids. •A. very suggestive." little paragraph in this week's cablegrams is that -which states that, a well known manufacturer in England of meat extracts has been fined for having on his premises a number of casks of putrid livers. In a recent issue of Lloyd's Weekly particulars are given of several case3 of a similar nature which had occupied the atten tion of the Courts. The livers, for this seems to be the favourite article with the " meat extractors/' in the cases reported in the paper mentioned were shipped from America to the Continent, and then transhipped to England. One of the owners of a consignment of. seventy-eight large barrels admitted that lie bad secured them for the purpose of converting them into extracts and other- preparations for human cpn sumption. The business in putrid livers: seems to have been carried on on a big scale, and it is not too much to assume that some of the vile stuff has found its way to Australia, per haps to Port Pirie. Who...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Port Pirie Recorder WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898. The Schools' Show. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

mt ffort fHne Wednesday, October 12, 1898; tie ieioels, Show. The Schools' Show last week was quite as successful as those of former years. In the strictly educational sections it cannot be said that any marked improvement was to be ob served, and perhaps it is not reason able to expect that there should be. A standard of excellence was reached some years ago, and so long as this is maintained parents have no reason to be .. dissatisfied. Except for an occasional prodigy who stands out conspicuous from his fellows, the teachers have very much the same material to work upon year by year, and this being so, it is un reasonable to look for continued improvement at the annual exhibi tions. We are not believers in high pressure methods being applied to children. Undue strain upon the mental powers in youth is apt to lead to a reaction later on. The stoutest trees mature slowly. Bodily health and strength is the first desiradatum for growing boys and girls. Let them be instructed by all m...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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ONE OF THE COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

ONE OF THE COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—The venom of the bite of your correspondent " Iris," who writes .under date of October 3, and presumes to rake the committee of the Pork Germein Insti tute for their " arrogance and seemingly; exhorbitarit charges when the Salvation Army hire the hall." One would think from the tone of his letter that the com mittee has a grudge against the Salvation Army and raises the charges in their case. If he thinks so it is but the creation of his own suspicious mind. The scale of charges is fixed, and all are treated alike: Considering that the Army took £7 or mere out of the town they ought to be willing to pay the reasonable charges for hire of the hall. The Institute mil was erected for the benefit of lio particular party, but exists for the: benefit of all alike. In the collapse of- tb ejconcert that was to have been given on October 1 Iris" fancies -he ; sees the" finger of fate ^in wh^ ha is pleased to term _ the "mismanagement" of the committee...

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Port Germein Institute. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

Port (jermeia Institute* TO THE EDITOR. The very silly letter signed " Iris " in your issue of the 5th inst. 13 not truthful in several points, and is an attack on the Institute Committee hot warranted by facts. _v ■ The charge for use of the Hall to the Salvation Army is not exorbitant as asserted, neither is this question being especially commented on here just now, unless it is a case of the three "Tooley Stieet Tailors" over again. The Salvation Army, posing as a re ligious body, would come under the fol lowing scale of charges, which is copied from the scale of charges openly exhibited in the roading-roora of the Institute, and neither the Army or any other religious body are charged more :— . - : Religious services (all day Suuday) 10s ; tea meetings or socials (all day ana up to midnight) 15s.; local entertainment (when charge for admission is made) 12s. 6d.; local entertainment (when no charge is made at door for admission) 7s. 6d. The Instit ute here is a large building, wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898

TQ mmiNEBS, &c. * ADVANCE EMTIOS. 1S£». SA WTELU8 NA UT1CAL ALMANAC, Ej>ficiaerist Titles and Tables. 1398 Almanacs, four si2«3 in stock.. Advertisements for complete edition receited tmtU Nore3al«r lOtb. B. CORNISH, Agent, Port Pirie. FRED GREY HAS much pleasure in informing - hismaay friends and the public generally that he has commenced basines* as AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AGENT, ACCOUNTANT, WJ3EAT-BUYER, LAND AGENT, MONEY LENDER, «£c., &c., Rents and Debts Collected. Estates Liqatdated orporchased for. Cash Auction Sales conducted anywhere in the Colony. Having a large amount of Capital at Command I am prepared to make CASH ADVANCES on Bills of Sale Freehold or- Leasehold- Properties Faraitare, &c. CUA1I3EB OF COMHEECS CHARGES. A Call Invited. FRED GREY, Port Pirie. Bids Discounted daily. CORNS! CORNS 1 ■•yvwy wvyy v vvvy vvvvyyi Those who are afflicted with CORNS should know that when other remedies fail they may secure RELIEF by using the CORN CURE man...

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