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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
: VESSELS TO AERIVE. Arroyo, s.s„ 3,564 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Fremantle. To sail. Ayr, steamer, 3050 tons, Gibson, master, from Vladivoatock. Sailed Sept. 3, 38 days "" out. .. . Joanita North, steamer. 3.503 tons, Perry, master, from Mouto Video. To sail. - Jupiter.Danisb ship, 1651 tons, Funder» master, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 3S days out. John Ena, 4-maated barque, 2714 tons, Madden, master, from Puget Sound. To sail.. : " J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1S07 tons, Lermimd, master, from Hamburg.\ Sailed August 17, 49 days uut. J. C.~ Julius, Gei man barque, 1076 tons from Barry Dock. 1 Sailed August 21, 47 days out. Kafir, steamer, 2736 tons, Sinclair master, from South Africa. .To . sail. Mary Augusta, ship, 1,385 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. Symphe, German: ship, 2076 tons,* Kilmer, master, from Hamburg; sailed July 15 j 89 days out. Newsboy, American barque, 509 tons, Molleated" master. from Puget Sound. Sailed July 31st. 73 days out. -i£l ...
CITY CHATTER. PARLIAMENTARY CONTRASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
CITY CHKTTER. By Twitter. PA8UAMJESTAEY CONTRASTS. _ The striking contrast between a talka j iive: and silent member of a district ia j ofteii marked, but other contrasts exist j which are not less interesting. A tnnagst | the more silent Assembly legislators are | Messrs-' Hooper, Randell, McLacbJan, ;fDuroas, McGilliyrayv Blacker, Duucaii, 3IortIock, Cummins, and Shannon. In each case I he average for t he district Is brought up by the other representative. It is singular that the best listener in the House is also one of the most eloquent when he speaks—Mr. Hooper^ Con trast in style of speaking are in many instances very noticeable between the two representatives of a district. For East Adelaide, Mr, Hutchison is a finished spealcer, his; addresses are essays lit for the printer ; his colleague, Mr. ischerk, is an adroit dispenser of verbose platitudes. Sir. Glynn b academic, cultured, brilKaiit; his colleague for North Ade laide, Mr. Wood, is sledge-hammery, and though at times...
Commercial Report. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
Commercial Report. . Recorder Office, October 12, 1898. Wheat (Pfc. Pine) per bushel ... 0 2 8 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 2 6 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 2 5J Do. ((Jeoii^etown&Laura)... 0 2 5 Flour (Country) ... ... 9 5 0 Do. (Boiler) 9 10 0 Bran, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 0 8; Pollard, per bushel ... ... ... 0 0 - 9 Oats, per bushel... ... 0 3 0 ChafE, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton ... ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (PtPirie factory) wholesale 0 ,9 -ry.rf - (dairy) 0 0 6 Eggs, per dozen ... 0 O S Ham, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. ... »• ... ... 0 0 9 Lard, per lb, ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 8* Onions, per cwt ... ... 12 6 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 11 5 0 Potatoes (new), per ton ... ... 13 0 0
THE S.S. ORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
THE S.S; ORWELL. The s.s. Orwell, from Table - Bay, arrived on Saturday last, r She was built in 1897 by Messre. Chas. Connell & Co. at their Scotstown yard, and the engines, which are triple expansion, were supplied by Messrs. Dunsmuir & Jackson, of Glnsjow. The vessel has been previously trading between New York and China and Japan. She is in charge of Captain Gibb, who was previously in the s.s. Glenelg, belonging to the same company, viz., Jas. Gardner & Co., of Glasgow. He was in this port about 20 years ago in command of the City Line sailing vessel, " City of Brussels." The chief otiicer, Mr. James Stewart, was trading between Natal arid this port in the early eightias. The second officer, Mr. R. Strachan, was lately captain of the four-masted vessel Mozambiv of Glasgow. The third officer is Mr. A. Hall. The engine de partment is under the charge of Mr. J. Morton, who is ably assisted by Messrs. Moore, Morrison, and Lees. The dimensions of the steamer ...
Shipping at Port Pirie. THE S.S. GLAUCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
Shipping at Pert Pirie. THE S.S. GLAUCUS. The s.s. Glaucus is one of a largo fleet of steamers trading between Liverpool and China and Japan, owned by Alfred Holt & Co. (Ocean Steamship Co.), India Buildings, Liverpool, who are the pioneers of that trade. Their first, vessels sailed about 30 years ago, via the Cape of Good Hope, before the Suez Canal was opened. The Glaucus is the latest steamer of the fleet, and is a splendid specimen of a cargo.tramp, being 3,897 tons nett register,- and capable of attaining a speed of 13 knots. She is fitted with all modern improvements and; appliances for. th» easy handling and quick.dispatch of all kinds of cargo, from a 40 ton lift to the smallest cases. The fleet consists of 30 ocean steamers; 40 steamers are engaged in the coasting trade iu China, and two regular boats to the - we3t coast of Australia. Nine steamers of 1,030 tons larger capacity than the Glaucus are In course of construction, and will be afloat iu the forthcoming yea...
THE EGREMONT CASELE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
THE EGREMONT CASELE. The Egremont Castle is a steamer chartered by the A.S.S. Ce, and has brought on 2300 tons coal from New ! castle. She left Newcastle on Oct, 1 and arrived at Port Augusta on Thursday the 6th,; where a quantity of; coal was discharged. Left again on the 7th, and arrived at the Broken Hill Wharf at II a.ra, on Saturday, Oct. 8. The Willyama, steamer, arrived from Newcastle on Monday morning, with 2900 tons coal: and 369 tons coke for the Adelaide Steamship Coy. The Andania will also arrive this week with 2,338 tons : cc.il for the samo firm. The Howard Snrth liner Age ivas dispatched or Saturday with a cargo , of ore and general for the Eastern colonies; The next steamer for this line will be the Maritta, which will arrive at the end of the month with a very large consignment of coal.. A Targe number of extracolonml I steamers trill arrire during the month. , The steamer Ayr, 1,088 tons, will arrive from Vladivostok this week. find the 3.8. Bacephalos, of John Oon...
THE S.S. BRATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
THE s.s; BRATOR. The s s. Brator arrived on ^Sunday last at 9 a.m. from Sydney. See has taken in a quantity of ore, ana shonld finish loading to day, when she will proceed to London via Sydney and Melbourne. The Brator was bnilt at Glasgow in September 1898, and has a gross tonnage of 2,900 tons. The engine oosver is 285, and the engines are triple expansion. The dimensions of the steamer are—length, 325ft., 43ft beam; and 30ft. depth of hold. iShe has been engaged-in the New York trade. The vessel left Sydney at 10 a. m. on October 2, and had strong head Wind and sea till passing Wilson's Promontory at 5 p.m. on Oct 4. Passed Cape Otway at 9 a.m. Oct. 5 with fine weather dong the coast; passed in through Packstairs Passage Oct. 6 at 9 a.m. Experienced strung gale, with terrific squalls and very confused seas for the following 24 hours, and the steamer was not under stearase way or control. Rotraded Althorpe South Island at 2 a.in. on 8th Oct., and took pilot and anchored off Port A...
SANDRY'S SHIFT V. JOHNSON'S SHIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 October 1898
SANDRY'S SHIFT V. JOHNSON'S SHIFT. With a view to improving the Pr0- &nbsp; prietary team the various shifts at the smelters have formed an Associa- tion among themselves, and will p!ay their matches during the week. This should give them excellent prac- tice, and the team which will do battle under the Port Pine Associa- tion cricket should be materially strengthened by the innovation. While the programme is being drawn up matches between the different shifts are played, and provide capital practice. This one attracted a good number of interested spectators. J. Sandry's team were the first to bat, &nbsp; but brother Ted on the opposite side was too solid with the ball, and all were ont, for 69. Sampson led the way with a hard-hit 20, while Bowden and May contributed 13 and 11 &nbsp; &nbsp; respectively. Sandry bagged 6; &nbsp; wickets and J.McRae 4. G. John son's eleven then had a turn with the willow, and when the last wicket &nbsp; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898
JElOO.OOOiOOd IJNCLAlMEi) Doa^al'a Begislered List containing names of20,OOQ Families advertised for to claim property and money since 1700. Price ls.6J., post free,2s. Kveiy man an>l woman should buy this book, as instructions are given Ii >w to recover property from Chancery. DOUGAL & Co., 62 Strand, Condon. Eng. Est. 1844. A fortune nny await y.>ii. This book can now be obtained from VV. C. Ri.vby, Adelaide; Gordon & Golch Mel., Brisbanr; Geo. Robertson & Co., Mel Sydney. Adelaide, Brisbane ROBT. FLETT, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, ELLEN SIREET, PORT PIRrE. C. Herbert, Baker & Confectioner, B L L 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 PIRIE. FURNITURE CROCKERYWARE GLASSWARE ENAMEL WARE BRUSHWARE TINWARE, ETC.. ETC., ETC. BANKRUPT STOCK Purchased at a great discount for CASH, consisting of PERAMBULATORS DRAWING ROOM S...
Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898
Ra ihva^ Time-table. i PaSSENGEB TbAINS *boh Post PlBXK TO Adelaide. To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Terosie 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 10.39 a.ni. ; J - ? . To Broken Hill, via Petersburg and Terowie. Ellen-Street Station at 4.4© I p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. ^ To Adelaide, . via Petersburg, from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.59 p.m. AREIVALS. From Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train at 4 40 a.m. Prom Broken Hill, and Terowie via Petersburg Central Station at 10.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station-at 10.13 a.m. : From Adelaide via Blyth and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 4.55 p.m. From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central Station at 7.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m.
Crystal Brook Rose Show. CRYSTAL BROOK, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898
Crvtul Br»(>k Ros« Show. Crystal Brook, ; Friday Nig-lit. The second annual Hose Show was held to-night in the Institute HaN.* The exhibits were not s> numerous nor so good as last year, the hot weather of the last few days having done much damage. Miss Thomas, ofPortPirie, was first for decorated tea table, Mrs. Sullivan being second. In roses, Dr. : Bennett, Mrs.' Sullivan, and' Mr. Young were the prineim! prize takers. The honors for champion rose fell to Mrs. Reinecke. The prizes for pofc plants and cut flowers were won by Mr. Hall, Miss B. Korean, and Mrs.: Sullivan, Messrs. Hackett, Heyne, Smith, and Newman, florists, h.id ex cellent displays, but not for competi tion. Mr. \V. Hackett aoted as judge, and &lt;jjaye> general satisfaction. Musical selections were rendered dur ing- the evenings r
Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898
tJsefal Hi&ts. Hplf a dozen books should find a place in every guest's room. A meal should never be announced until everything is in readiness. The best, way to keep lemons fresh is to pack fcbem in moist sand. A squeeze of lemon improves scrambled eggs, and should be added while they are cooking. In a basin of water, salt, of course, sinks to the bottom; so never soak salt fish with the skin side down. If rubbed with fresh leiuon or orange peel knives and f Jfiks will be thoroughly freed from the taste of fish. : - ■. ^ A. little cream rubbed info black kid glove-; will prevent the dye from coming off. It also gives therii a nice gloss. To brown a baked custard, sift lightly over the top a little powdered sugar as soon as the surface is cooked enough to bear it up. The young housewife who resolves to save 5 cents, a week by baking her own bread should first post her self on the price of dyspepsia medi cine.. ' * To be good is noble, but to show others how to be good is nobl...
The Pretty Typewriter. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898
She Pzsfcty ^ypsTOtgs?. She sat down bifore the machine, Her fair fipgers poised in the air ; The sunlight glanccd over the sctecch Aud lit up the bronze in her hair. " You are ready ? -Tis time we began ; S-iw—Wanted a dear litt le wife, By the loneliest bachelor man'— She brought the steel keys back to life. •'She must be both pretty and wise, , Have the patienca of J.»b in her breast; October's rart brown in her eyes;. Must be neatly and tasteFully dressed. ■; "A helpmate to save up the cash, With a luve that's deep as the sea"— Her fair fingers fell with a cr.ish — ''Gocd gracious, you're looking for me. " New York JScening Journal.