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A Shocking Accident. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

THE INQUEST. j An inquest touching the death of a married woman named Catherine Hatg well was held at tho S»lomontown police stati-.in yesterday afternoon before Mr. J. P. Stow, S. M. (coroner), and a jury con sisting of Messrs. E A. Davis (foreman). S^Mardn, W. F. Wells, S^W. Osborne. T. E. Bond. andW.Bosomwortli The following evidence was taken :— Ethel ftatswell, a child eight yaara of age, daughter of deceased, said—I saw the| horse run away with the cart my mother was in. She did not know how to harness the horse, and it r>ih away with the harness on. Soon af.er the horse runaway the second time the cart capsized. The horse broke away after the cart capsized and kept going. I ran down with baby in my arms and found mother with the wheel on her forehead and the rail of the c irt on her stomach. Mother had driven the horse before and it h id never played up. The accident occurred about dinner time. My mother could not speak when I got to her. I then came down to the police sta...

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

Did yea ever see one? It is a3 piayfal and hannless as a kitten. Yoa night have one with you for weeks and sot saspect danger. Bat» beware! Some day it-will sorely spring, and the fight for life i3 at hand. It is jnst so with a cough. Yoa may cany one with yoa for weeks and not think of | danger. But the danger 13 there. Someday I the fight will be on, and it is a question which [ will win, Consumption or Yon. I Ayor*s Cherry P@&tormB promptly cares all baby cocghs: bat it ess* not always care the fall grows cosghs of the sssst adranced stages of disease. Yet even here it will bring comfort and ease. Then use it early for acute edds, cough?, bron chitis scd ail palisenary troubles. of rfceap imitations* See that trie f»iae» Ayert Cherry PectnTaJ. I* MownIn «w stlis* of cacti SotUc, ?at np In large ana smaU botU«, -

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Dreyfus's Letters to his Wife. TOUGHING PROTESTIONS OF INNOCENCE [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Srsyfas's Lsttsss Ms Wilis. TOUGHING 0vP^TBSri6M^'^dF;:|: INNOCENCE Under the title of " The Letters of au Innocent," the "National Tle yievv*' publi'hes transliitions of a number of inters address d bj C.»p tain: Dreyfus to bis wife. Almost every sentence of these letters rings with a note of anguish, which makes them painful readiiior, especially in view of the sensational events of the last few days. Dreyfus was arrested on October 15, ISSH, bat the first of these touching epistles is dated December 5— nearly two months later. He says:— My Dear Lucy,—At last I can write you a word, fjr they bave just informed me that I shall be put upon ray trial on the 19th of this month. They refuse me the right to see yon. 1 will not tell yon all that 1 have snffered, for in the whole world there are no words pathetic enough for that Do you remember me telling you how happy we were ? Everything smiled upon us in life. Then all of a sadden I a clap of thunder so appalling that my brain still re...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Port Pirie Recorder. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1898. The Water Frontage Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

*3 ue $3ort pvic JEccorkr. ; Saturday, October 15, 1898. T£e Watsr Frontage Sill. Br 21 to L6, with eight non-voters, Mr. Catt's Water Frontage Bill was rejected in the Assembly on. the second reading, chiefly through the opposition of Messrs. McGillivi-ay, Darling, and McDonald. Both the members for Gladstone fought with accustomed zeal and skill, but the House was persuaded that injustice might be wrought. Unfortunately for their case, the provocation for legislation was concentrated in one example at. Port Pirie, and that one was not without its drawbacks. Mr. Roberts urged that, a parallel illustra tion was that of three persons, two of whom make a footpath for their own and public convenience, but the middle one leaves a quagmire. Iu such circumstances the Corporation should have power to compel the man in the middle to toe the line On the other hand, Mr. Darliag pointed out that while it was un pleasant for a neighbour to refuse to dee; eu his water frontage it was 110 more ri...

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

S. P.BOND, Limited, - Photo Stock Dealers, 4S, PIBIE-STKEET, ADELAIDE. Ijargii Stock of Latest ;i>3zotojnrap!iic Apparatus. 2»eic IJIustrjffi Ca{s?oju»j>sst-/r«.

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Rowley's Waxworks and Loadoa Company. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Sswley's Waswerks aad Loadoa Compaay. "The best shilling's worth I have had since I have been Port. Pirie" was the verdict of a well-known lover of amuse ment last night on leaving the Institute, where he had been to see Rowley's Wax works and been entertained by the Clevel and versatile company which that enter prising caterer for public amusement haa brought with him. The exhibition was opened on Thursday, and will continue to do business iu the afternoon an 3 evening until further notice. The exhi bition of waxworks is first-class. Nor only do the figures themselves present a life-like resemblance to the notabilities and notorious characters whom they represent (that is, judged by the popular portraits we have seen of them) but their pose and dress is snch as even the most critical cannot lake exception to. The furnish higs and accessories of the various cabinets in which the figures are on view are very rich. Amongst these life-like presentments are fier Majesty the Queen, the P...

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

CORNS! CORNS 1 .. r%" yyyvryvvvrvv".vvw.Y'yv*erv;~yy vy Those wlio are afflicted with CORNS should know that when other remedies fail they ihay secure REL1EE by using the CORK" CUBE "manufactured l>y J. J. NETTING, PriAftfVlAbEUf ICAL CHEMIST, AliEXANIXEEsST., PORT VIHIE. INSTITUTE, PORT PIRIE. ONLY A PEW MOEE DAYS OF Howl@/s Waxwork Myseyra AND LONDON COMPANY. THIS''(SATUEt>iiO''AFfER>*06N AT 2 O'CLOCK—MATINEE—2 O'CLOCK For School Children. PROFESSOR ANTONIO'S ROYAL PUNCH AND JUDY SHOW. Nearly 1G0 Wax Figures on View. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT; TO-NIGHT. SPECIAL PROGRAMME. Remember—Only a Fen Store Nights. Admission—Adults. Is.; Children, 6d. Open from 2 to 5 and 7 till 10. - v FRED KINGSLEY, Advance Reprc?entativo. h: S. A. Brewing Coy's. Beer, As cool as an iceberg. Best brands ofSpirits and Wines always on hand. Superior Accommodation lor the travelling public. Loose boxes, good stabling, and an attentive ostler. THE EQUITABLE LIFE SOCIETY, U.J ADELAIDE OFFICE; Broken Hill Cha...

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

TO MARINERS, &c. ADVANCE EDITION, 1S9J>. SA WTELIJ8 NAUTICAL . ALMANAC; Et>h«neris, Tiles ami TaWcs. 10$ Almanacs, foui tizes in stock. Ai1*ertisements for complete edition rccoWevt until Novemt>cr 10th. B. CORNISH, Agent, Port Pirie. FR E D OR E Y HAS ranch pleasure in intorimna his many fricmhs ami the public generally "that ho has commenced basincst as AUCTION El-ili, COM MISS [ON AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-BUYER, L.VND AGENT, MONEY LENDER, Ac., Ac., Rents nod Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated Or purchased 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 Furniture, &c. CHAJIKgB or COMMERCE CHARGES. A Call Invited. FRED GRET. Port Pirie. Bills Diseonntetl dailv. miEST ORDER OF FORESTERS COURT PfRIE, 5270. Mc.'ts at the Institute, every ALTERNATE FRIDAY, AT ?.30 I\M. MONEY TO LEND. A. K BBETT, See.

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CITY CHATTER. THE GAWLEE ABORTION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

CITYi CH7CTTER. By Twitter. raz GAWLKB ABOETION* CASE. } Ttie law's refinements !»av<^ bt-ert re j rnarkably well iHustra'eJ at the Criminal f Jsessions. ! referred to tht» cae of Howe!!, where, uponja'.technicality, the prosecution hopelessly broke down. The Gawier abortion case brought out a wholesome principle laid down for the .'preservation of the innocent. Dr. Jj>h» Stuart and Mrs. Eatily Wilson, of Kent Town, «ere charged with the tnunler of Ellen Myra .Johnson, single womtu, at Gawler on September 24. The facts, with which the: public have been made familiar, came out s»t the inquest. It is ubso'ute'y certain that the girl died as the result of an illegal operation. For the rest we are dependent upon h.*r tardy admissions. The Justices of the Peace, who took her dying deposition?, found her "apathetic." Hp copied do-.<« statements, which the parents said she h id wade, read the.n to her, and aided a --littin she hid sail. She made hur cross and three...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October 15, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Commercial Report. Recorder Office. October 15, 1838. ■Wheat (Pi. Pirie) per bushel ... 0 2 8 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 2 6 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 2 5 Do. (Georgetown & Laura)... 1 2 5i Flour (Country) ... ... ... 8 10 0 Do. (Roller) 9 0 0 Bran, per bushel;.. ... ... ... 0 0 8 Pollard, per bushel ... ... ... 0 0 9 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay. per ton ... ... ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale 0 9 (dairy) ... 0 0 7 E"g?. per dozen ... ... ... ... 0 0 8 Ham, per lb 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. ' ... ... 0 0 9 Lard, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Cheese, par lb 0 0 8} Onions, per cwt 12 6 Petatoe?. per ton. ... 10 0 0 Potatoes (new), per ton ... ... 12 0 0

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Death of Mr. Martin Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Seath of Mr- Maxtia Spaia. A sturdy old pioneer in the person of Sir. Martin Spain "enisled the bar" on Wednesday morning, after a ten days' illness from conges!ion of the Iung3. Sir. Spain was a na'ire of King's County, Ireland, mid came to tlie colony in 1S47 He engaged In various avocations for a . few years after his arrival; and then turned his attention to agriculture, securing, a f-.rm io the thn ericb Virginia district. Being an extremely industrious, level headed nwa, his ope nit ions were siiccesi ful, and lie outeied the hq!y, bonds of matrimony, having wooed and won Miss M^har, a Udy whojiup to the time other death - all >ut ; firo ^ ye:»ts i a^i>, ]was his faithful and ' cheerful helpmate. When the land in this district was thrown open for selection, Mr. Spain paid a visit of inspection, and recognising its possibilities selected a farm at Telpwie. The wisdom of hisclioic© of landii'is since been abundantly demon-it rated* - as what i$ now known as " Spain's farm ...

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Crystal Brook. (Frum our tnvn Correspondent.) October 13. On Sunday the Wcsleyan anniversary took pine.-. The R-jv. W. G. Clarke preached morni»<r and evening to good congregations. He also c inducted a children's service in the nfter.ioon. On Monday the usual public tea an I meeting were held, the attend nice being only moderate. The speakers at the meeting were the Revs. W. G. Clarke, G. H ill, and T M. Flood. On Saturday the Laura cricketers played our b:>ys on the local oval. The game was not finished, being left in an interesting condition. The score.? were — Laura, 110; Crystal Brook, 63 for 3 wickets. Local Methodist union has taken place at lied hill by the amalgamation of the Wesley an and Primitive Methodist con gregations. In future the united people will only worship* in the Wesleyan Church on Sunday and in the Primitive Methodist Church at the week night service. The Early Closers' picnic on Wednes day was a success despite the bad weather. A hot north win...

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Salvation Army Self-Denial Week. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

Salva-tisa Army Sglf-Ssaial Week; -v The Salvation Army has been acsively engaged ill preparing for its auuual we<;K ef sdf denial and prayer, which has b.-fcome iiu established custom throughout the world. The dates fixed are October 15 to 21. List year the army raised h princely sum by this nivalis, which enabled it to. pursue its missionaiy, spiritual, and social work uith uninter rupted success Few persons seem 'to roa'isa >vh it a vast and world wide i:ij-. e m jnt this has. become. These m idem crusaders have now. more than 13,000 officers under its burners, working in some 40 different countries and colonies, and in their own energetic way ihey are preaching the Gospel to the poor in about I 3D different language?. It appears from I recent returns that the following countries and colonies have been invaded Great : Britain, Franc.?, Sweden, Finland, ! Belgium, Holland, Germauy, Switzjr land, Denmark, Italy, Norway, Gib r.iltnr, Iceland, Malta, India, Ceylon, Java...

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Gambling and the Churches. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

G^mbli&g and tM Glrarches. TO THE EPITOK. 8m. —It is vary evident that the various religious .'.organisations are ,■doniv ineering the Parliament, and through ihero i he people of South Austialia. History in past ages has proved lhat it is a li.nl thin^ for a nation '-o ljj ruled by a sect, and one of the grandest things in the c.institution of Austra'ia is the abscncc of a recognition of church by the State. So far as I c ui make out, about two-third3 of the t«tal amount of money received by t lit- org usi&ations referred co are obtained directly <r indirectly from men who, although perhaps n >t fond of -gambling;' believe in doing just what, they like with their own half-sovereign and in allowing otIioR-sfe»yenjoy>'tHo:;.isahid freedom. The tiiiic has : no\v arrived when these re'igiousf?) bu^j-bodies should be taught in a firm :tr.d.-.practical way <that they aro exceeding Iheir duty, and that there are in my oilier and better ways of d...

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

SporfciagC SSTotss. [By Viator] This afternoon will see the \. A.T.C. Spring Meeting brought to a . coiicl.usiou, when the popuiar Caultie'd Cup will be decided. Thirty-four remained iu after the final acceptance on M unlay, and m all probabilityquite thirty will go to the p;>st. Suice the Totalizator Bill was re jected by the Vic; or inn Parliament a good deal of. speculation lias been in dulged in, and just as much money will be lost and won as usual. The ever powerful Forrester stable provide the top weights, The Chief and The Grafter earryi g the same weight—9 st. 3 lb. Both are re.il good horses, but which is the right one this afttmnon only one man in Australia knows. However, when the weights were issued I selected The Chief as most likely to be the eltct of the s able, and Still incline to that opinion. Both haver undeniable chances and have beaten Merloolas at w.f.a. this season, and the former has already wt>n at the meeting. Still, «-n'y one winner (Paiis) has curie...

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

Death: SPAIN.—On the 13th Octo- ber, at his residence, Port Pirie West, of congestion of the lungs, Martin Spain, in his 69th year.

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Warren Discharged. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 15 October 1898

WARREN DISCHARGED> ADELAIDE Friday Night; Alfred Warren, late organist at the Archer-street Wesleyan Church, was charged at the Police Court to day with entering a dwelling. The evidence was insufficient to support a conviction, and accused was dis charged.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

mTTl P Has just opened aboot O \^\J I I JL^C New and Fashionable OH DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. ■ 11 — 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 4i|d, 6d, 9d, Is, Is 3d, up to 2slid at Cottle's. Straw Hats, hundreds to select from, the very latest shapes, at Cottle's. Men s Shirts (collars and p«ckets—light) Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Suits—real good wearers—15s lid, 17s 6d, and 'l Is, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lid, 4s lid, and 5s Gd, at Cottle's. Good wearers. V en's Mole Trousers, 3s 6d, 3s I Id, 4s 6d. good weights and clinkers to wear at Cottle's. Men's Cotton Cords, all frizes. 2s 6d. 2s lid, 3s lid pair at the Spot-Cash Praper's—Cottle's. Men's Undershirts and Pants, Is, Is 6d, Is lid, 2s lid, at Cottle's. Men's Cashmere Socks. 9d pair. Men's Merino Socks, 4|d. 6d. 9d, and Is at Cottle's. Cottle's for Scarfs and Braces, 61, 9d, Is. Cottle's for Boys' Shirts. 9d and Is...

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. (Before Mr. J.P. Show. S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Mos DAY. dc-rOBEK 17. V 7Bef..ri. Mr:J: P-Sso^: S^VLV The c;ise againstWiliialn John Player, licensee of the Central Hote?, for keeping his bar open and not c'caring his Itproom, was further adjourned, as the S.M, had m>t yet had an opportunity of perusing Mr, Justice Boucaui's decision. on some < points' raised by Mr. Scotfy defendant's attorney. (Bifi.re Mr. G.F. Ciaiidge, J P.) M. Pielsch was fined 2)s. for behaving indrcently. Jnseph Alphon&jy for resising the police," was fined 20$. iJome-s Fi Oicr, Jof>n VtimpbeR, John Pielsch; ana James Jit/an had to p »y. 5?. each for diunkeuness. Held Over.—Several letters to the Editor and other matter, „

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