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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

smssnsG imws. Part Pirie-—-Latitude, 33 dej*. Ji mta. S.; Loagitn&a, 138 dejf. Irain. E. ABKIVALS. Oct. 12—5Ia:d of Atisf raiia, ketch, 40 tons. Carver, from Port Lincoln. Cargo— Flax. Oct. 12—Vivid, ketch, 4$ tons, iversen, from Point Rifej. Cargo—Flax. Oet. 13—Xapperby. ketch, 70 tons. Har risos, from Kan«aroo Island.—Cargo —Flux. Oet. 12 — Bfoughtoa, ketch, 46 tons, Hodgeman, master, from Tickeni. Cargo—Flux. Oct. 12—Hawtho;n, ketch, 54 tons. Baker, from Tiekera. Cargo—Flax.; Oct. J2—Dianella, schooner, 84 tons, Clark, from Port Adelaide. Cargo—General. Oct. 12—Cfarabier Lass, ketch, 46 tons, D. A. Dineen. fiom Wallarooo. Cargo —Flax Oit. 12—Aye, steamer. 1955 tons, Gibson, frimVIadivostoek. In ballast, W. B, Cave & Co., agents. OcE. 13—Oak Branch, steamer, 325S tons, Sch«el, from Singapore. In ballast, J. Darling & Sons, agents. O.-t. 13~Lueretia, schooner, 66 tots, Valen tine, from Port Lincoln. Cargo— Flux. Oct, 13 —Beatrice, schooner, 90 tons, Littkby....

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The Norton-Meagher Case. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Tiie■ 'Norton-JlesighcF Case. SvdXEY", Friday Night. At the City Police Court to-day a charge or assault %was; Jsrooglit - by Mr J ih» \arfpa&agaiii^ ^Ie&si£. R. D Meagher ain<! '^.wi|es|. £'A| the request of- the plaininT- tli# easg was adjourned tiff Thursday, pfaiutif? a!le<r in* that he was suffering from severe pains in the: head, J and } was: unfit - to go into the wituei-i box.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

WEL80U0^E '0/5/95 , flOVl5ED,f T° TRv vVARN^" ^AfE CUBE f0P *"£ uvea I Dio 50 and i feci.s^j IP 'MflMV'Pt®?: w"0 AaE5UFFEpU^ FRa» UV» CO*"*1* 0>,u "HEW HO* E*sIL T*t'COUtO BtW!K® 8* Warners 5^ Cu(J^ THJt#^ *°T DELAY 0&" Tfll«IRG IT 6*o.H.8eN!«tl mp. ^UAMENT HtKjSt j c'Vf5 wf 6R£^; f^ASURt IN PENS*' '"JO Hv TEST5M0M'slr, ^"tCTtNG 'ICV OF wars£r5 PF£ CURE ' h^VE ftECOMME1'^?! "TOMANVFBltfC' *'4D TH£f one *N0 AU^ ^ They have rece1* SWEPT**? tSCfClfiiiv "TH05E ^,fFt«|NC»RO«l<W tlVIR trouble^* ,wo») Geo Th0*n M.P:

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

DEPARTURES. O.-t. 12—Bra tor. steamer, IS29 tons, Hood, from U. K. via Eastern ports. Cargo —1520 tons loose and bagged concen trates on account of F. H. Snow. Oct. 12 — Spindrift, ketch, 71 tons. D. Di'ie^n, for Port Lincoln. Oe\ 12—Capella. fcetcb. 73 tons, Linquest, f<-r Port Lincoln. Oct. 12—Young Galatea, ketch, for Point Linco'n. Oct. 12— Koberi Burns, ketch, for Tiekera. Oct. 12—Omeo. schooner. for Tiekera. Oct. 12—Britiannia, ketch, for Ticbera. Oct. 1:5—Wilpena, ketch, for Port Brough tcn. Oct. I;,'— E^roaiont Castle, steamer, 1873 tons. Rose, for Sydney. Cargo— 2DC0 tons lead, U.U.P. Co.; 1SS tons concentrates. F. II. Snow.

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent). A Monument to Mr, Eddy. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

- (From oar '■>* t> co'rcoi r>nck-ut). & lioiiumoui to Mr. E«idy. S\ ft.vLY. Friday Nitrht. The Government have subsidized fof; 090- the sum of £2,596 jaL-setf m order - to" form a E-Ulway Orphanage to perpetuate the loemorj- of: Mr. Eddy, the iate rliail wajrs; Commissioner. >

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

VESSELS IN* HARBOR. Windsor Park, ship, 1G92 tons, Lambie, master, from Hamburg. Fuhvood, ship, 1US6 tons, Journeay, master, from Jlamburg. Princo liobort, fouc-masted barque, ton?!, Hansen, master, from i'ort Tow.isend. Glaueus, steamer, 3507 tons, ij.mviso from Yokohama. Orwell. steam-ir, 2tt'i tons. Gibbs, from Tablo Hay. Wilivaurii, steamer. 171:5 tons, Uarry, from Ncvc iitlo via Fort Adelaide. Oak Branch, steamer, 325$ toils, Bcheel, from Sin^abore. Ayr. steamer, 1936 tons, Gibson, from Vladivostok. Coasters~S. S. Dawn,Dianolla, Prances. No.-manvtile.' Luorotia, Hawthorns. Maid of Australia, N'apporby. Sir W. Fostor, Beatrice, Mary, Gambier Lass, Vivid, Adonis, Broughton. Neieebee, Uribes.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Friday, October 14. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M ) John Craig was brought up on remand charged with fighting. He pleaded guilty and was: fined 10s., in default fourteen d-tya. Peter O'Neil was charged with having no lawful means of support. Constable Harnett sa'd he had known prisoner for four or five week?. He was generally abaut the hotels under the in fluence of liquor. Abaut three weeks ago witness found him in a shed at Solo montown with three aboriginals, all under the influence of drink. - In consequence of a complaint- made to him, witness cautioned prisoner about begging, - and prisoner, admittedhaving, asked- for money. Witness told him that if he did not leave the town he would arrest him, and as he failed to do so he was 'arrested. Accused told the constable a publican had £42 belonging to him. Went to the: publican, who said prisoner had had £18, but thedast. was'drawn about three w eeks ago. This was the landlord of the Royal Exchange Hotel. Dismissed with a caution, pr...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Post au<l Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL AKRANGEMENTS. Business hours from 8.30 a.m. till 7.30p m. dailj, except Saturdays, when ifc isopen from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. 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 o.SO p.m. The office is open for a quarter: of an hour for the delivery of letters after the arrival of the mails every evening. Mails arrive and ciose as follows iEEIVAIi. ' 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 and intermediate offices at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 pjn. From Telowie and Port Germein aV4 p.m. From Solomontown at 6.35 a.m., 9;15 a.m., and"4.15 p.m. From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m DEPASTURE. For Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. For Adelaide and offices south cf Terowie at 10 p.m. For Petersburg, Broken Hill, and Int...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Arroyo, s.s.. 3,564 tons-, Glenn, master, from London, via Fremnntlo. To sail. Juanita North, steamar, 3,503 tons, Perry, master, from Monte Video.; To «aU. Jupiter. Danish sbip, IG51 tons, Funder. master, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 41 days out. John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, M u!«en, master, from Puget Sounds To sal. . J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1897 tons, Lormond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed August 17, 52 days out. J. C. Julius. Ge« man barque, 107d tons from Barry Dock. Sailed August 21, 50 days out, Kaffir, steamar, 2736 ton3. Sinclair master, from South Africa. To sail. Mary Augusta, ship. 1.383 tons, Worden rcaster, from the Baltic. To sail. Nymphe, German ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, master, from Hamburg; sailed July 15; 92 Jays out. Nowsbov, American barque, 509 tons, Slollested, master, from Paget Sound. Sailed July 31st. 7lj days out. Pengivern, ship, 1.492 tons, Davies master, from Liverpool. Sailed Sept. 17. 27 daj-s out, - Pt vi Victoria, s.s...

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OCTOBER 13. (Before Mr. G Geddes. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

October 13. (Before Mr. G Geddes. J: P. V John Craig wa3 charged with disturbing the peace of the Central Hotel. .. John Hewett. Siggins; niounfed con stable at Redbill, said he arrested the prisoner on the previous day at Kedhill as lie answered the description of John Craisr. Told him the charge, and he said. *' Yes, we had a fight." men tioning a man named Walsh and also another rain whose name: the constable did n t remember. '■ Remanded until October 14. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

FOR INDIGESTION LOSS OF APPETITE A Household Remedy Throughout : Queensland.: We give the following testimony from; Mr. Frank P. Peacock of Given Terrace/ Paddington, Queensland, whose experience is in exact accord with thousands of others: "I have used Dr. Ayer's SarsapaSlla in my family for indigestion, loss of appetite,: and as a tonic, with very satisfactory results. I have been pleased to recommend it to my friends' and in many cases they have used it with equal satisfaction. AVERS SarsapopHa is a household remedy throughout Queensland. It is the kind that cures," - For constipation take: Dr.- Ayer's Pills. They pr>irant!y relieve and snrely cure. Take them - VOti 1):- Ayer's Sarssparilla: one olds tlie other*s

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A Remorkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

A Bemarkable StscoTesy feom Coasumptiott is its Last Stages. The proprietors of Life Drops have re ceived a communication from Aire, lida Ox lade, of which the following is a tiue. copy :— : ■■ "About- five years ago I fell iuto a decline and became gradually worse, till at last .1 began to cough up blJo4 and. matter. Becjn. ing a'armtd I consalted Dr. Todd, of Adelaide, who told me that I suffered frotu consumption, and upon further inform tion informed me that my lungs were in a very bad state, being partially destroyed by my complaint. I was admitted int the hospital, wher» I romained for nine months, at the end of which time I was discharged as in curable. I then consulted Div Clindenning, also of Adelaide, under whose treatment 1 remained for three months without Improv ing in the least; in fuct the discharge l'rjin my lungs became worse. Dr. Clindenning advised a change of climate, in consequence of which we removed to Port Augusta. The change did not benefit i. e, and upou co...

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The Bag That Burst. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

3?lie Sag Th%i Smsst. A>funny story is told: uf % worthy old Scotch minister, who waswont at timej to boast that he made the ser vices in his chnrch as impressive and interesting to his flock as possible; but there was one of those "religious rites" which he had not been able to introduce. This was the responding by his congregation with " Amen !" at several parts of his prayers. Plan after plan was brought up, but as quickly dismissed. In despair he consumed ; with John, the village beadle, who hit on a rather original but very sensible plan. " Nothing couId be simpler," s:iid John. " Yoa will buy a pennywoith of paas, sir; and every time you drop a p?a on my head I will answer 4 Amen!'" The minister yielded gracefully, nut daring to question John's siipeiior wit. Were there no misgivings in the heart of John as he took his accustomed seat below the pnlpit that Sunday ? None. The usual repose of his calm ^nd benignant counte nance, was unruffled when, in the course of prayer, a ...

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The Adelaide Charity Carnival. STATEMENT BY THE MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Tke Adelaide Okarity Caraival. STATEMENT BY THE MAN AGER Sir A S. Gordon, manager of the Adelaide Caarity Carnival. requests us to pub ish the following statement : • So many people have asked me. both petsonally and by letter why I have taken my defeat so quietly. and why don't 1 "go *<»' the Conned of Churches, or keep selling tickets and pay the fine, that I would ask joo to all w me sufficient space to explam w inv friends the position as I regard it. l et me first of all ,emi:ul them of the folly of' crying over spilt mi.k. and 1 have lived long enough to kn w that it is far betttv for ones own peace :>£ mind—apait from re ligious «r-moral teocliings—to forgive nd Forget an injnrj rather than nurse a grudge. The Council of Churches, it seems io me, have acted in perfect keeping with then P^° fessions, and for me or any one dse to say that no christian, should under any circumstances act the P''r( of an infonner, is not necessaiily ah argument against them, but ra ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

THE i gtftiaicT* ol this Into *31 nil ftota Port PWc as fellows (cir^tuastaacM permltUnj:) ■ jP#r rS>S* DAWN POET AC0CST*. rOct. 21. port AOEUIDB ) {Passengers ib4 Canjo.i PiBKS —To FORT AUUCSTA, Saloon. 12s. S "B STEERAGE. 7»-W. T» POST A»SLAIOE. &ifcy>a. SO^i StMragW. l-s m B9'j3tl Trip *ia AagnsU, Mithtmrgh. and Ai»Ui4« back to Port Pirto. 35#. Regular Fortnightly Service. T* V s.s mAritta Melbourne I ®*°- w BTD5BT ]• MONDAT. HSWCASTr.S«ndaH j Oct. 21. QOtESSU^D Tort* J West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. to 1 s.8. 6aBO, ALMOST fTHUBSDAY. Oct. 20. FBEiJANTLB J — .-l r>"bt through to tha GoldGelds. lugref^U *a* fares at Lowest Bate*. COAL. COAL. COAL. Baa* H«asshoUl, Easiot, and Blacksmiths COAL ^Hrt^Loww* Prices, Urge orsmall quanti "oa-ipiUw T«ks sad Iron-bark Spokes for sale at Uwwt grjcea.^ particulars oa application to Wm. Howard Smith & Sons' Proprietary, UHITED, „ . gltee-street, Tort Piri<v The Adelaide Steam...

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Cricket. M. JONES' V. E. SANDRY'S SHIFT [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Cricket. M. JONES' V. E. SANDRY'S SHIFT An enjoyable match was played nn (he Recreation Ground betw een teams representing the above result-in'.' in a win for 'lie former, who .scored 84 asainst their opponents'53. ..Fur the winners Reidy led (he way with 38, lhe only other to reacli double figures beins; Vawser, who inn np 1G. The bowling honoU'.s were split np by the five ni2n tried. Mano^ne was highest scorer for (he di^fealed eleven, and was not ont wit li •?() opposite his name. Gluyns \va?. content. with haH that number but the others offered a feeble, resistance k> Finch and Jones. ! who trnndled nnchn.n^cd . thronghuut, capturing 5 and 4 wickets respectively. Jones' shift. Ilil', b Sudry... .. ... ... 14 Reidy, c McRae. t> Maiioguo ... 38 \V .-Jones. c Jo!<ns> n „ ... .... 2 Kelly, b Smi'lry • ... ... ... 0 T>i«2e, b S uidry ... 5 M. Jones, b Sav.tlry ... ... . ... 0 Va«£cr. !• McRae ... ... ... : 16 Ryan, b G.lbtrt ... v.. ... 7 Wei'ge--, c Mm* gue, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

H. A. as W. GOODE, IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Stock as usual, large and well assorted in all departments. A Liberal Discount for Cash. See Circulars —O r— ■: ' E L L K N - S T R E E f, PORT P I R J J5, . BREKFUS Railway & General Carriers* Customs, Shipping and Forwarding Agents, BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. Adbmioe, Part Adelaide, Port Pimb B R OKEN H1LL>. f Goods consigned to us are delivered to Store Doors in the Town and Suburbs. WHARF "^ND^STORAGE^XCCOMI^OD ATION. OFFICE: ON WHARF^ ELLEN STREET, PORT PIR IE PIANOS, PIANOS, ORGANS, ORGANS gallic L 4 r» est Stock to select iVom in Atielaitlr.^ Lowest Prices. Woodm A G re n fel 1 -st reefc, Time Payments. aide. Importers of Ercrj Description of M«l SKSTrailHfS,: p i w o « qt 1 r a. o m & AJ . ON" — EASY TERMS. KASY TERMS. —;—_—_—;—:o; ;—; — . • THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical B©x.) Catalogues Application. PRICE LISTS and Catalogues en Application. NOTE THE ADDKESS— S. MARSHALL & SONS,...

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Port Pirie Corporation. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Pest "Sms £s?53iatis&, Meeting held Monday, October 10th. Present—The Mayor (Mr. G, F. Clar idge, j,K), Crs. W.Jcher, VYalab, Con ley, Bur;ut'y, McDanatd, Lewis, the Town Clerk (Sir. \V. G. Wilson), In spector Has»k& ami Surveyor Hughes. ' Minutes of previous .meeting read and eoaStmsd. : ' Mavok's Rbmiet. The Mayor reported tlia^ in accordance with a resolmum passed the last meet lag he hail, its company *i»h Crs. Wjleher and McDonald, iuservtiiwed the manager of the B.B.PXVs. works re the road to tht'sr property. The result of the inter view would be made known later on. It was the intention of the Council, be had t iM the President of the Marine Buard, t» atre!.«!iieu the hands of the Govern ment by every means in their power, in getting the sum of £30,000lor deepening purposes passed. With reference to the silting up of the street ends, the Presi dent h id promised to have it removed at i a nominal e»>st to the Council. He had received a letter from Sir Charle...

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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. (Before Mr. W. Goode, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Police Court. Wednesday, October 12. (Before Mr. VV. Goode, J.p.) Peter Frederick, Sorensen, better known as Peter Smith, was charged by the police with having no visible means of support. He pleaded guilty. Sergeant Raymond sud for the last two months or more accused had done no work. He seemed to ba labouring under s >me delii'si'in tliac he held an imp >rtant Government position. Witness advised biiii on the previous day to get his tools and go to work. Accused replied, " When you see me at that you may call out; twelve riflemen lo shoot me " Accused had been haunting the Court: house and office for some time, and thought- he had an important c*se in hand. Dr. jSrewarfc has examined lii'ii. Mrs. Appleby s iys he h is stayed in her house f;>r seven <>reight, weeks. She is afnij •f him. She says lie ca;ne in the other day and helpeo himself. Dr. S'.ewjirt sud he hid examined aecufed, and certainly did Hot think; lie was tit lobe out and ab >ut. His mind wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Has just opened about New and Fashionable DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. 80 Cases 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 to select from, the very latest shapes, at^Cotti^'s^^^Meii.'s./'^Sliirts (collars and pockets—light)- Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed? Suits—real good wearers—15s lid, 17s t5d, and 2Is, ail sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lid, 4s lid, and 5.* 6d, at Cottle's. Good wearers. v?en's Mole Trousers, 3s 6d, 3s lid, 4s 6d. good wreights and clinkers to wrear &t Cottle's. Men's Cotton Cords, all wzes. 2s 6d 2s lid, 3s 1 Id pair at the Spot < ash Praper's—Cottle's. Men s Undershirts and Pants, lsy Is 6d, is lid, 2s lid, at CotJe's. MenVCashmere Socks. 9d pair. Men's 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 and Is eaeh....

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