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CITY CHATTER. THE FRENCH INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

CiTV CHHTTBi?. br twitter Y TBI FEESCH INCIDENT. V Tha. British public i*» is n> -.mVooMQ.; alloB the French to drive, an obstrueuN>'e wedge s-sro« the Africin continent teJ prevent Rhmles fi-'im connsctiHg CipeN Town with Cairn with wire or rail. Pro- I babfy the dein ind relating to Fa^hoda is j a trick to divert attention from internal troubles in France. If a brush with England would revive the alliance with Russia, which events in tha Far Eisfc M considerably weakened, France might under the extraordinary..;circum stances of her position, ie tempted 10 try it. Tiie warlike preparations and firm ness shown ou both sides have had a pre judicial effect on the mining in:irkot in Adelaide ; bat judging by the slight movement in consuls, meta's, and freights, which is a better test of pros pacts, the risk of wax is not very , great. Fortunately for France, there is nb* Bis marck in Ertg&nd to fake telegrams to. bring about» repetition oif the disasters of a generation a...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

SESSPHre JJSWS. Port Pine.—Latitude, 33 deg.il mis. j S.; Longitatlft, 13Sdejf. 1 mio. B. | ABEIV1LS. | Oct- 22—Adoai«, ketrh, 50 tons. GyDell, - from Black Bock. Cargo -Flax. | Oct. 22 —Phoebe, ketcb, 20 tons, Mike, | from Port Broujjhton. Cargo—Flux | Oct. 22—Xekebe*. steamer, (*$ totia, Bt;u- I ton. from Port Tortoa. Cargo—f Flux. | Oct,—Ur»be=». hulk 'Jn tow of Nelcebee) from Port Tarton. Cargo—Fiux Oct. 22—Elizabeth Annie. ketch, 61 tons, 3!. A. Dicw»a, from Wallaroo. Cargo —Flux.; Oct- 22— GambierLass, ietcb^ from Wall aroo. Cargo—Flux. Oct. 22—Maritta. steamer, (Howard Smith" Hue), 1938 tons. W. Donal&ion, from Newcastle via Port Adelaide and Wallaroo. Car#**—1SQ0 tons coal. Wnt Howard Smith & Sons, agents. Oct. 21—Investigator, steamer. 345 tons, Anderiaoa. from Port Adelaide via Ports Augusta and Germeia. Cargo —General. Adelaide Steamship Coy, ajjante... : Oct. 21—Elizrt, ketch, 29 tons, from Kan garoo Island. Cargo —Flux. Oct. 24—Napperhv, ketch, 70 tons, ...

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The Baroota Water Scheme LIKELY TO PROVE A FAILURE. ONLY ABOUT 4,300 GALLONS AVAILABLE DAILY. A MILLION GALLONS PROMISED BY THE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

LIKELY TO PROVE A FAILURE, ONLY ABOUT 4,300 GALLONS AVAILABLE DAILY. a million gallons promised by the department. On Saturday last two prominent resi dents of Port Phis drove down to the site of Baroot* Creufc D_»m oh a; visit of inspection. On arrival at the works they were unpleisatitly surpriaedat the am di quantity of water Tunaitr* over the , dam. as only last week iu the Assembly the Comiuissiimer ; uf l'ublic Works stated that the schemo-w«»uld supply Port Pirie with an additional milli ai gallons daily. Our townsmen went to some trouble in devising a means of roughly testings th« aupply, ani'fts :;«earty ns^ihey could cilculate the quantity of water flowing »► the Dam on Saturday was at the rate of 4,300gillyn33'iay.? They aroeonGdent that these figure? will bo Found to bo not very far out. A resident near the Dam in formed them.that the site of the works is At l<iast 15 chains to^ for up the Creek, dtacl expressed the, opinion that eventually Abo water will have...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

DEPARTURES. Oct. 22—Lapwing, ketch, for Port Brough ton. Oct. 22—Young Galatea, ketch, for Port Broughton. Oct, 22—Brittannia, ketch, for Tickera. Oct. 22—New Arrival, ketch, for Tickera. Oct. 22—Dawn, steamer, 328 teas, R. S, Heaney, for Port Adelaide via Port Germein and Edithburg. Cargo—200 tons lead; 75 tons bran; 210bales wool, and quantity sundries. Passen ger—Mr. W. T. Cooper and Miss K. Kan nan in the saloon ; one in the steerage and original mssengers en route. Win Howard fainith & Sons, agents. Oct. 22—Ayr, steamer, 1956 tons, Gibson, for UJC. via Eastern colonies. Cargo —1900 tons concentrates, Australian Metal Co. Jno Darling & Son, agents. Oct. 23—Orwell, steamer. 2446 tons, Gibb, for London via Sydney. Cargo—2505 tons Block 10 concentrates. Geo. Wills & Co., agents. Oct. 23—■ Kadina, steamer, (A.S.S. C°-) 170S tons, Butcher, for Sydney. Cargo—250 iocs ore. Australian Metal Coy.; 200 tons ore, W. R. Cave & Co. Adelaide Steamship Coy, agen...

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A Company in Trouble. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

A Company iii Tfoable. ? Svdxkv, Tuesday Nkbt. The Chairman of the Riverina Frozen Meat Company lias stated that th« Company ironic! probably cense operations about the end of the year owin# to bad seasons. The burning of the steamer Buteshire in Sydney Harbonr has been a severe Joss to the Company, as they arranged to ship 30,000 Deiiihqnui sheep by her.. . *X /,V .•■■v."

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR. "Windsor Park, ship, 1092 tons, Lambie, master, from Hamburg. Fulwood, ship, 1938 tons, Journeay, master, from Hamburg. Oak Branch, steamer, 3258 tons, Scheel, from Singapore. Newsboy, American barque, 509 tons, Mollested, master, from Paget Sound Maritta, steamer, 1930 tons, W. Donald-, son, from Newcastle via ports. - Coaster*—Mary Webster, Spindrift. WHpeia, pmeo, : Hawthorne, Beatrice, Elna, Cap?lia, Napperby,, Mary. Ariel. Annio Brown, Sir W. Lawsen, Adonis, Mary Jane, Eliza both Annie. Gatubier Lass, Nelcebee. and Uribes,

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The Caulfield Cup Accident. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

The €itulifcld Cup Acchleuf. Mkmiouuxk. Tnesday Night. The adjourned inquest On fehe death of James Flannagan.jvho was;;' killed, while riding It >bin Hood in the Caul field Cup, was brought to a close to day. Mr. Thomas Motile, Secretary V.A.T.C , and a number of other lead ing sportsmen aM agreed that the course was as safe as possible and Flanna«an'» death was pm-ely the result of an accident, Albert Lick man, the rider of Majestic, alone differed from this view, and in his opinion the race should be lengthened in order to give the horses a longer ran before reaching the turn. The Jury, without leaving the box, re turned a verdict o£ accidental death.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Ashley, stvaruer, 2297 toDS. Webber, from Java. To fail. As una, steamer, 4205 tons, Newell from South Africa. To S:»il. Tiger, 3.s. 3270 tons, Edwardson, from VLtdivoitock. To sail. Amina, steamer, 3412 tons, Carr, from Sourabaya. To sail. Mary Augusta, ship, I,3S5 tons, "Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. _ Arroyo, s.s„ 3,564 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Fremantle. To sail. Juanita North, steamer. 3.503 tons, Perry, master, from Monte Video. To Bail. ' - John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, Madden, master, from Pugot Sound. To sail.' Jupiter. Danish ship, 1G51 tons, Funder. master, from Antwerp.- Sailed Sept. 3, 53 days out. J. B. Thomas. American ship, 1807 tons, Lertuonti, master, from Hamburg. Sailed A »sustil7, SO days uwt. J. C. Julius. Ges man barque, 1076 ton3. from Barry Dock. Sailed Auyusfc 21, 84 daysout Nymphe, German ship, 2076 : tons, Kilmer, master, from Hamburg; sailed July lo; 103 days out. Peagwern, ship, 1.492 tons, Davies maste...

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Harrold Bros'. Case. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Murrold Bn»sV €ase. Adelaide, tuesday ni^ht. Ill tha Insolvency Court to-day, in response, to an intimation from Mr M airhead th.tt Mr. Kingston wished to hear the 'examination of E. E' Htvrroid; Mr, Ojunmiss'oRer Russell stated that the ease must ba poshed on with, as ha could not consider the convenience of all the counsel con cerned.;/

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How Rudyard Kipling was Converted to Prohibition. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Sew ItedyasS Eipliag wad Soavsstsd to Sfs«M,bitioa. The " Young Man" for September publishes the following story of how Mr. Rudyard Kipling became a con vert to the policy of prohibiting the I open sale of drinlt :—" Mr. Rudyard Kipling tells ns how in a concert hall in America he saw two young men get two girls drunk, and then lead them reeling down a dark street. Mr. Kipling ha3 nob been a total abstainer, nor have Ins writings commended temperance, but of that scene he writes i--1 Then," recanting previous opinions, 1 became a Pjrohibitiouist. Belter it is that a man should "go without his beer in public places, and content himself with swearing at the narrow-mindedness of the majority; better iris to joisoni the inside with very vile intemperance drinks, and to buy lager furtively at back doors, than to bring temptation to the lips of young fools such is the four I had seen, I~ undei-stand now why the preachers rage against drink. I have saidj' There is no harm in - it' token mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

s^.rmecmns. THE tfoward Smitf{ Line. Hut Sieuer* «f this Uu« will sau from Tort Pjrfe m» follows (cireusastaaces aenatitiazt iOITHSGBG ( . .. *"«**, Oct. SB». POST AD£LAIDB-~.r fPiaaenjers andOu-ao.! FARES :—To POST AUGUSTA. Saloon, 12b. «. 8TBEEAGE, 7*. Sd. T» POST ADELAIDE, Saloon, 20a. 1 St«we Hegular Fortnightly Service. MKLBOUBSK ] £.S. ERA fmiraiui'iu' f TCESDAr. QUBEN3LA5D ?«rt» I J,°*- *• HOTE.—Literal Discoaat •£ Steerag* fares to ... Qaeeulaad Porta, West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. tO ; Y - 1TH,„ f S.S. BCNIN'TONG, *flEMASTI«B jWEDSE.DAV.Oct. 26 ?ua*ng«FS tookftd right throujh to th« Gald£e!d». AU JTraijhU and Fasssnser fares *t Lowest R»tei. GO Air. GOAJ^C^AL. JSss» Engim, and Blackimith's COAL ■applied at Lowas* Prices, lstrge or araall' ^uinti tttS. - * - - - i?-'-. 4#8-53Ilea Tanks sad Iroa-bark Spokfs toe title at Il«HI prices. Fortiur particuUra oa application to -y ' Wm. Howard Smith &. Sons* Proprietary, UMITED, Ellr^-Strert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

, Port Pirie Professional and Business Directory; ADELAIDS SfEAHSHIP COMPANY, A. Shipowner#, ate., Ellen-street, ■■■ D. B. Young, Manager. RADLEY & SHERIDAN, Book Mana faclarera. etc., Alexander-street. J. B. GoalJ, Managjr. BADINOCH, J.-Bekar and Co&fectioner, -Ellen-street. Barrier hotel, Eiim-street. w. k. Wallace, Proprietor. elaridgs & SONS, 8. F.j Importers and General Drapers; Elian-street. G LANCET & Co., Homoeopathic Dispensary and-Life Drops Depot,-Waterworksfcown. ^JOTTLB, W-, Cash Draper, Ellen-stree. G ORNISH, B.i Bookseller, Stttianer,' nd Newsagent,. Ellen-street. COTTLE, 8. C., Iroaworker, ate., Alex aader-street. ■ DE SILVER- &: MAGOR, -SolomonlownJ Chaff and Wood Merchants. DUNCAN, J., Solicitor, ato„ Alexander* ' street. FLETT, R., Watehmaker and Jeweller Elltn-stseet. FEDERAL BOOT COMPANY, Boe» Manufacturers, Ellen-street. &REY, Fred, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, kc„ Ellen-street. GOODING,- H. ~: A.; Blacksmith, et...

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Escaping from Russia. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

The Czar Panl was sfrausjled be cause he was though lit to be a mad man, whose manias were too danger ous >o be liorne. Bonaparte, who had e teied into an 1 agreements with- the Czar, whereby the two-Tillers should >imnlt«np<>us!v ■ invade Bi-iiish Itulia, had . the meanness to idei;!:^ e i*i tlu> Moniteur, i i.e otliciarj<iurnai <>fFr .nee. that, the ass »ss'nation had been plu-ned by the English A thrilling story, associate i with' the aisa suia tiori atid Bonaparte's dechi'ratio 1 was told by Tennyson. The poet's father, when a young man, visited St Deters burg not long after the assassination and dined one day with Lord St: Helens, the British Minister. At the dinner-table, the young . man. having? in mind Bonaparte's attempt to make the English Government,responsible for the assassination, said to-Lord St. Helen's^ speaking across a -Russian guest"It is perfectly well-known in England who murdered the Emperor Paul ; it?was Count S...

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Wellington Arbitration Act Amended. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Tuesday Night [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Wellington Arbitration Act Amended. Wku.1 suro.v (N.Z.), Tuesday Night The B.oase to-day so iini-jutlud tUe Wellington Arbitration Act of 1894 hs to give thf» C<»arfc ibe power to prevent a strike or loctr-ouf. petitliBg its decision, and givisig it io,v<;r to enforce its (hidings.

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Railway Time-table. Passekqes .Tsa.in8 .from Post Pibik to Adelaibb r To Adelaide, via Petersburg ana Tero^ie Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m. ; Central Station at 7 a.m. •; To Adelaide,, via BIyfch and Gladstone. Ellen-Street; Station at 10.20 a.m. ;• Centra wtation atilO.30 a.nn To Broken Hill, via. Petersburg and ! Terowie. Elloa-Street Station at 4.4© p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. To Adelaide, via Petersburg, from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 ■.p.m.., ARRIVALS. ' ' iYom. Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train at 4 40 a.m. From 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;in. :• :« ! From Terowie, Petersburg:, and Northern ' System. Central Statieu at • 7.47 p m Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p m

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Children's Protection Bill THE AGE OF CONSENT RAISED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

€hildpeaV Protcctioii Bill j TH£ AGE OF CONSENT RAISED. Adelaide, Tuesday Ni^ht. The Children'sProtection ;Bill has been farther ama-ided, the principal alteration emsistin;* in the a;e of consent being raised to seventeen and a half years. *

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Refinings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Hot. Accidents. Excursions. Silver rising. A man of many names. A nonsensical pruposal. - Cricket this afternoon. • •. - : - What about Baroota Creek now 5 Are there 200 unemployed in Pirie ? "Port Pirie" deals with hard facts only. A chance for a sniff of the briny lo cighfc. The first load of the new season's, wheat. • The Scotch-are the tallest people in Europe. Alarming report about the Baroota scheme. A nut for the Railway Commissioner to crack. The "RefiuerY" tip for the Cup is Trapper. Brook cricketera went down badly on Saturday. Grafter firm favourite for the Mel bourne Cup. Where were the Association umpires on Wednesday?' The Bulletin is going to keep its eye on the Republic. Three years gaol for a sixpenny tin of baking powder!. YVheu is the, new word at the Hospital to be furnished ? " Ock " Jordon the most popular man iu Crystal Brook. Mabel Fatty suicided through a disap pointment inlove.. . , . Needy and. deserving children to have a benefit on Friday. " ' What is th...

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The Carriage of Ore. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

. Tta Carriage of Ore. Ihe proposal of the Railway Com missioner to rai^e tlie freights for the carriage of Broken Hill ores on the rail ways is being everywhere con demned. From no point of view, except that.it willadd to the revenue, does the suggested increase commend itself. It is rightly regarded as an attempt to make those pay more who ■ . already-- ^-'pa^lng':^nou^b.\'T:; T.he; Broken Hill Hue has proved' a good investment. foi*jSoath Australia^;and is earning a handsome profit at pre sent' rates. Why, therefore, should it be sought to penalise the enter prising people over the Border whose business has proved snob a-'Godsend to us ? It is whispered that bad our prospects of a 7-hushel wheat harvest: not been snddenly blighted," nothing ■ would have been heard of the pro posal which-has given rise to such a widespread 'protest—iu other woids, that the ore freights are being raised simply to make good the loss to the railway revenue which will b3 sus tained hy the failure of t...

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Early Closing Bil. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Early Oosin^i •. At'EfciifB, Toesday Night. A majofity.will probably bs against tlic passing of the Early Closing Bill.

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondents). Earl Kilmorey and the Legislative Council. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

(From our oft o correspondents). . Earl aud ttie teg^ IsSallFe Council. AoKtiiDK, TusdayNight. The L Mis'.ative Cjaacit to-day referred E»el Kilfn^rej's cireolars to a Select Committae after a debate lasting one hour and & half- The ad mibillty of saranjyniag tbe E*rl to the bar of the for an explana tion was discussed. "

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