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How the Empress of Austria was Killed. DIDN'T KNOW SHE HAD BEEN STABBED. THE COUNTESS OF SZAPARTS DESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Sew tSse Smpssss of Austria was gilled. DI1>N'T KNOW SHE HAD BEES I - - STABBED. I THE COUNTESS OF SZAPARTS DESCRIPTION. _ The £ Countess of Szapary thins describes the tiagedy in which the Empress of Austria lost her life: — "The Empress was in excellent spirits and perfectly, well. At half-past 1 we left the hotel, walking along the Qnai de Mont Blanc slowly, side l y side. Saddtsnly I noticed a nmn coming np at a fast pace up to the Empress. He came round a tree that stood between him and as.' His fool slipped; and* he made a plunge forward, stretching out his hand, as though toregain his equilibrium. He then ran away. I did not notice that he had touched the Empress, but ! as 1 looked her way I saw lier sink down, and caught her in my arms, asking . if she felt any p'.in. The Empress answeted, 'I do not know. I think I'feel a pin in my chest. It must be -fright.' I said ' Will your Majesty take my arm.' The Empress straightened herself, saying * No, .thank you.' I tried to su...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Death of a Notorious Character. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Death of sr Notwrlows . i'hararfr'r. Melb«>&rxb, Tuwditv Ni-rht j P. A C, O'FarreH, who was once a lending'Victorian jo'icitor and pmmirun: «f>cie£y mau. has died,in the Melbourne Hospital in j;oor circunstances^ ngeti 72 years* It will be remembered ih;tt in 1882 deceased wi»3 sentenced to two vc»ra* tmprison'.iitiit for wounding Arcb bishap Cirr wilh a'revolver sli«>r, and that he .sub? rjuently bad to d<> n'tie months for tbieatfuinij the sa:»e yfiitSe

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). Shocking Fatality. A ROY KILLED BY LIGHTNING. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

TELEGRAMS. (From otir o« o correspondents). Sbodiiujj Fatality. A BOY Kili^a^LKJHfsiNtC ADBttiyz, Tuesday Slight. A sad faiaHty (tarred at \vest alar den at ab<>ut 8 o'clock ..tbis morning. Daring a heavy thunderstorm which imaged over the city a lad named Harold Esiii Gilding, aged 15, son of a gardener, was standing la niat father's garden speak ing to his mother, wh«» was a few yards dtjtmt. when a teniiiic fltsh of lightning kns>cke<i her down-ami almost biinded her. When she recovered she f» und her »>n lying in a he.-\p--a blackened and burnt corpse. His clothes were in rags; and Ma IxKifa had been literally torn off bis? feet. His b<»dy was scarred and marked from his head to his feat, , the electricity hating apparently struck the b >y g head and then traversed his body t«» his feet. A youngar brother i<S the decei s.'d, «ho tra* standing a little distance .away wheuthe untoward event happened, was struck in the face by...

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

OLD COLONIAL REMINId ; CENCES. . " Forty years ago! " What a long stretch back in a young, colony.. But many of tlie older generation remera bbr occurrences in 1857 as. well as we remember the events of last year. Mrs. T. J. Thomas, who resides at the old-established town of Heath cpte, "Victoria, is .one who recollects as far back as"'o7 most vividly.. ;Tln: memory, unfortunately, is a most gainful one. Speaking reminiscently to s» j -urnalist some time ago the good lady, who is over 75 years of age, said that from '57 to, compara tively, a few months ago, she had' not known what j ermanent relief from pain was. ■ - ! "It.was, as near as I can remern ber, in '57," said she, " that I had my first attack of rheumatism, and these have followed me up, on, and off, for 40 years. About nine years ago my ti'.iubles were added to by en'arge mentof the liver, and this in itself, more than sufficient to kill most people of my age. was aggravated by inflammation of the kidneys. As you may ima...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Rudyard's Regrets. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Bn&yas&'s Eogssts. At the dinner of the Kipling Clnb. of Yale University, the following verses were read as : an answer by Rudyard Kipling to an invitation Attind ye lassios av swate Parnasses, An* woipe me bui-nin' tears away; For J m declinin' a ehanst av dinin' Wid the boys at Yale on the fourteenth May The leadin^ fature will be liter-ature.,_ ' ,y i (Av a moral nature, asisjust an' right) For their light an' leadin' are engaged in readin' " [ Me immortal worruks from dawn till 'night,. They've made a club there an' staked oat grub there, Wid plates an' dishes in a joyous row, An' they'd think it splinded if I attinded, An' so would I—but I cannot go. The honest fact is that daily practice Av rowlin's inkpots the same as me Conshumes nie hours, in the muses* bowers. ; And laves me divil a day to spree. Whin you grow oulder and skin your shoulder y ' ! At the world's great wheel in your , j chosen line, . - ■.. Ye'll find your chances as time advances For takin' a...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Refinings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

; Disagreeable. Gloomy faces. Dirty weather. Low barometers. Poor crops and-low prices.1 ■ j Stie of gifts this afternoon. / Housewives-temper sorely tried. Harrold has been a tough battler. ' A pleasant evening on the Glaacus. ; Waxworks open for a few d»ys longer. Public school shildren going to help the Army. Sportsmanlike action on Captain Scott's 'part. . ■■■•■.." ■ *-"*■ A good exhibition of: bitting by Ogilvy. Another gory smash on the Caulfield course. N.S.W. suffering severely from drought already Work was started at Bundaleer on Monday. Hay said to be offering at 153. a ton at Red Hill. General sympathy for Arthur Lucas Harrold. Adjutant Hanna is a rare-grafter for the Army. Flying visit from Australia's greatest* mine manager. v Li Hung Chang, the Chinese Bismarck, is 75 years of age. Crops in this district d tmngsJ beyond all hope of recovery. Miue-mauager Stevrart doesn't let the grass grow under his feet ; The Premier's Law Reform Bill con tains many good features. Rai...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Fort Pirie Working Men's Association. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Fort Pixie "Working Men's Association. The usual weekly mee itig of the above Association was held iu the International Hall on Monday evening, when there was a good attendance of members. Mr. \V. M-irtin occupied the chair. After the usual business of the Association had been disposed of, - a mock election took place, the candidates present being Cr. Conley, Messrs. D. A. Crosby, J. Dun stone, and T. Smith. Air. Dunstone was the first candidate announced by lie chairman, and he dealt with the principal questions of the day. Be favoured a Id. land tax, aud showed how population could be induced to go on the land. He would remove the duties from the neces saries of life. This would reduce the cost of living to a considerable extent. He should oppose the reduction of the income tax below £150, but would be in favour of exemption up to £200. He certainly thought £150 quite low enough. In order to meet the present unemployed difficulty it was absolutely necessary that the Government sho...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

The safest, the m6st effective, and the quickest cure for Coughs and Colds is Faeldiug's Cough Elixir. Thousands of Families keep this valuable Medicine, and by its timely, use much- illness is avoided.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Rowley's Waxworks. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Haley's W&sworks. Rowley's Waxworks have drawn the houses, which their really good show so richly deserves. On Saturday and Monday nights they opeued to phenom. enally large homes. List night , there was also a good attendance,. and tho audience was no less enthusiastic. The juggling of Professor Griffiu was oiuch admired. The trick cycling on Swift machines by the two K's also came in for much praise, the different feats being particularly clever, aud it is astonishing iwhat an amount of knocking about these ^machines will stand. : The two K's are perfect matters at their work. Vantell and Dummy August are real artists in horizontal bar work, and they have never been excelled here. The lightning artist paints pictures as : if by : magic. List night's- programme concluded with the side-splitting > sketch,- " Doctor's Shop," in which Mossra. Fred Kingsley- and Will Akarman were the pnncip il: charac ters. The show is announced for four more - nights - only! ~ To-night " a ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October 19, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October 19, 1838. Wheat (Pfc. Pirie) per bushel ... 0 2 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 2 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 2 - Dp. (Georgetown & Laura)... 0 2 Flour (Country) ... ... ... 8 10 Do. (Roller) .. ... 9 0 Bran, per bushel... ... 0 0 Pollard, per bushel ... 0 0 •Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 Chaff, per ton ... 2 10 Hay, per ton ... 2 0 Batter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale 0 (dairy) ... ... ... 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ... ... 0 0 Ham, per lb ... 0 0 Bacon per lb. ... ... 0 0 Lard, per lb, ... ... 0 0 Cheese, per lb. ... ... 0 0 Onions, per cwfc.... ... ... ... 1 2 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 10 0 Potatoes (new), per ton ... ... 12 0 8 6 5 5i 0 0 8 9 0 0 0 9 7 8 9 9 9 Si 6 0 0

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

taJVIARINERS; &c. ADVANCE EDITION', 1SSO. SA WTELL'S NAUTICAL ALMANAC, Ejtbeweris, TMes an«l Tables. 1-S53 Almanacs, foa^ sizes in stock. Advertisements for complet -4 : e»3itiiio wceireil until JTpvemlcr 10th. ' ' - B. CORNISH, A«»ent, Port Pine. F R E D G il E Y HAS mnch pleasnre in informing his many friends and thepnblic generally / that he has commenced ba3ines« as . ' AUCTtONBBR, COMMISSION AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, AGENT, MONEY. LENDER, Ac., <fcc., Rentsand DebtsGollected. Estates Liquidated or purchased for Cash Auction Sales conducted anywhere lit 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 Farnitnre, &c. CHA2ISSB OF COMaERCS CHARGL'S. A* Call Invited, FRED GREY. Port Pirie. Bills Discounted daily. ROBT. FLETT, WATCHMAKER ASD * JEWELLER,! ELLEN STREET, TORT PIRIE i CORNSI CORNS! Those who are afflicted with CORNS should know that when other remedies fail the...

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

Yoar feca/t beats o*erone Isaisfired ibou fiasd limes eaci day. One bacdred tboTsa&d supplies of good or bad blocd to your brain. TSlkhait? If bad, nnparo blood, then tout brain aches. Yea S78 troubled with drorohsesa yetcansot sleep; you are 53 tired in tia njcrahsg as at nigist; yoa baTO Eo Eerre power; jott food dees cot saern to do yea rrach good. Sthsahsts, tanies, fceadacbs powdere, as cot cere you: feat -J \ AVER'S •, -J Sarsaparilla wHL It isskes tia Irrer, lodns^s; eMn and bowels perfana lisir proper work. It re nxrns all napcritfes fecm the blood. Acdit mssstfes bkod rich ia its Efe^msg prop. c? v*5sw — - F«r W!sosro»i tafes ATSR*5 Pir.t?. The* srwiptiy»?s«**an<s sweSy cere.- Take u>«a. «ji5i Ayei*4 SMsajariHai ens a&Sat&e oases.

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The Port Pirie Recorder. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898. The Threatened in One Freights. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

'(She $ot't $ivic Jlearcber. Wednesday, October 19, 1898. The Tkrsat@ne& Increase ia Ore Freights. The intimation that on and after De cember next the Government intend to charge an extra Is. 6d. per ton freight on all ore carried from Broken Hill to Por:s Pirie, Adelaide, Augusta, and Wallaroo has given rise to con siderable comment. The proposal is viewed with almost universal dis satisfaction at Broken Hill and the other places affected, and we believe the people of South Australia as a whole will condemn what looks like an attempt to fill the Treasury by an act of injustice to the B.irrier mine owners. South Australia is under a load of indebtedness to the silver fields, which practically rescued her from insolvency. Of course she owes her good fortune to her geographical situation, but because she is able to dictate her own terms to our friends beyond the border is no good reason why she should treat t!>em worse than she would were the mines situated within her own b...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Spsrfcisg Th&Ho„Tjh one-hour track record has beea raised by \ \ Chwe, who, paced by the crack Dtiniup teams, succeeded iu riding 33 miles 712 yards in feO uiin. on the Crystal PaUce traek, London. Rjjada, who has b*en O-icsed • for various Caj!» and generally regarded as a gix4 Inrso since his second to Glenloth in the Melbourne Cap, has broken down at last. Tod Sloane, the American jcckey, has won 16 races ant of 27 races in which he lm ridden. He only started at the beginning uf September. The sfattiug machine will be used for <'vt-ry ruceat the Leopanlatownmeeting (writes *k Ashplant" in the London SpoHimait.) It would seem from this that the prejudice against tho machine is bicoming Jess pronounced. Ben Queensland Amateur Champion, established a record recently at thy Sydney Amateur Race Meeting tvhen, starting from scratch six times he succeeded in winning every race. This iv we think, the Lest afternoon's work yetaccornplished by an'Australian cyclist, alth...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Society Debutante. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

The Society Debutante. When a young girl first, enters society her immediate sensations are those of• attainment, triumph, and elation. In the first flash of her "social career her imagination opens for her" a loug vista of pleasures,' whose brightness is unsullied by the slightest shadow of care. Soon, tliongh, the noveHy commenses to wear off, and she Suds that, far from being, a life of unalloyed pleasure, society, like everything, else, has its drawbacks. The health must be kept up, or one bccomes a. back number, fbr work cif this kind there is no remedy on the market equal to Bile Beans. Keepinpr the .entire system: iu a thorough state of clenliness, free frcm all waste and impure inat'er, toning up the nervous organism, purifying the blood, and keep the female organs in r.gular and thorough working order, they achieve what no other medicine can do, i.e., a complete mastery over all derangements of the body arising fcom over indulgence of any sort. Late hours, rich food, lack o...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

&iv3 Stock Seport. Messi* Elder, Sctiith- & Go-report under date October 13, as follows :— "Fat Cattle.—Qdaiity was not nearly as good a* last; week's standard, a large proportion of the supply being [ composed: of "useful and medium des criptions. Tbroagh having a number on hand a laige proportion of the trade did not operate to usual extent, and Hales were without animation at a further decline in values. Shippers and dealers gave raa'erial assistance by relieving the yards of 120 and 44 remained unsold. Quotations: — Prime bullocks, £5 to «E6 (extra weight and, quality highet) j good, £3 10s. Prime cows, £4 to £4 10s (a few higher); good, £3 Sbeep^—There was a moderate number of prime descriptions, the balk of the supply consisting chiefly of medium e'asses.' Shorn; sheep of good quality met a „brisk sale, but woolly sorts were more difficult to dispose of at slightly lower rates. Graziers gave material assistance by purchasing 2,800, whilst 100 also went to shipp...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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How a Prisoner gave himself away. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Sow a Prisoner gave himself William Jones, 31, a labourer, was chained, on remand afc Romford Po'ice Court (Eng.) with sacrilege at Christ. Church, Collier's-row, llomford, on the 11th August. Police-constable Durrant now. said that shortly after prisoner was re manded on the last occasion a friend culled to see him. They were allo*ved to walk up and down iu the exercise yard, which is just outside the cell The witness, thinking that he might hear something, of the conversation, concealed himself in the cell and listened through the grating. This is the conversation he heard— The Prisoner: I don't know what they remanded nie for. The Friend : Did you expect to get shoved at once ? What do you think ? v Perhaps they wdijt to get more evi dence? They don't need any. Did anyone see you come out of the church ? - No. I was sharp enough to listen at the gate. Then what did you do ? - - -- - • I went and laid in the lield where they found me. You look like getting sis mouths for it. I sho...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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A Remorkable Recovery from Consumption is its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

A Bsnas&a'ble Becovesy Coasumptioa is. its Last Stages. The proprietors* of Life Drops hare re ceived a commnnication from AIi». Eda Oibdc, of wfeich the following ]3 a l»ne copy-.— " About fire years ago I fell iufo a decline and became gradually worse,~till* at last I bejai to cou?h up b'ood and matter. Becom ing a'armfcd.Tcoiiaal!ed -Dr. Todd, of Adelaide, who told me that I 6u£Ferei from eocs imption. and upon further examination informed mo that my lungs were in a very bad etnte, bP'nR partially destroyed by my complaint. I was admitted into the hospital, wher" I ronia'ned for nine months, at the end of which time I was discharged as In surable. I then consulted Pr. Clindenning, also of Adelaide, under whose treatment I remained for three months without improv wg in the least; in fact the discharge from my long* became woraa. Dr. Clindeaning advised a change of ; climate, in consequence of which we removed to Port Augusta. The chanee diil not benefit me, and upon consul...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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