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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October 26, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October, 26, 1898. Wheat (Pt. Pirie) per bushel ... 0 2 8 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... 0 2 6 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 2 5 Do. (Georgetown & Laura)— 0 2 5* 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 Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 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.... ... ... ... 1 2 6 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 13.10 0 Potatoes (new), par ton ... ... 15 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 — 26 October 1898

Schooner NEYVSBOi. % from Paget Sound. CAPTAIN MOLLESTED will not be responsible for anj Deb's contracted by his Ci-sw without his written anthorit-Y, GEO. WILLS & CO., Agents. FEED GRM HAS lunch pleaanre in informing his many friends and the public generally that l>e has commenced bnsines* as AUCTIONEKU. COMMISSION AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHE AT-BU1"EIS, LAND AGENT, MONEY LENDER, dc., Ac.. Rents and Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated or parvhased for Cash Auction Sales conducted anywhere in the Colony. Having a large amonnt of Capital at Command I am prepared to make CASH ADVANCES on Bills of Sale Freehold or Leasehold Properties Furniture, &c. CKAJIBSB OP COliaCRCS CHARGES. A Call Invited FRED GREY. Port Pirie. Bids Discounted daily. Old Soak: Didn't see yon at the [ clni* fost night.. Dtf Tanqae: No:} bat if yon had been at my bouse when j I £« t 'ii'*tnc you nrgbfc have seen the | clab at uie. > CORNS! CORNS! Those who are afflicted with CORNS should know that ...

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

A Matte? of C&eies. '"Sawdust,.is neither pleasant to eat nor digestible, and 1 don't like nightmares." It can well be imag ined that few would disagree with Miss Dick's views as to the u nsa ita bility of sawdust as an article of diet,, and nightmare for a constant com-: panion. Now, Miss Dick had, for. nearlr seven years, beea an acute;' sufferer, and for a long-time had losfe all sense of taste, so mrich so that, she said, " 1 might- have been eating sawdnst for all the taste 1 had" and, continuing, "my work was a regular, tpghtmare to me, as I cbnld hardlj: drag myself about." But why was this ? Miss Dick, with thousands of other 1-tdies, had become a martyr to anaemia, sick headaches, and indi gestion ? Wa3 there oo remedy ? Nearly seven y ears' search had failed to disclose one. But perseverance and determination at last met their reward, the remedy was discovered and found to be easily procurable. As to whether (-be should continue to suffer long or regain former heal...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1898. Our Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

llllie $art Pric flccoiier. Wednesday, October 26, 1898. Our "Water Supply. The continued dry weather is £radu ally bringing us face to face with a serious difficulty as to oar water supply. There is not a week's supply for the district in the Beetaloo reservoir, and the quantity flowing in from the springs is steadily diminishing. Although naturally viewing with c ncern the prospcct of the serious tronbje in which agri culturists and residents in outlying towns will be involved through the inevitable shortage in the supply^ Port Pirieans have not up to the present felt any grave f ars so far as the town itself is concerned. They have felt that even if Beetaloo failed the quautiiy of water that would shortly be;flowing: through the pipes from Baroota would be sufficient to stave off an actual famine They were led to this conclusion bv the assurance, based ' on an official estimate, that this scheme would be equal to sn ppl y i ng a. tuil lion gal Ions daily; In this issue, however, ...

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The Uniform Beat Him. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

The "Caifejm Seat Sim. " Stenior " in the Bmn-vr Post OF all the p ople of recent times to be most pitied—-heaven knows their quantity is vast arid ' stupendous—I consider the officers in the employ of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company are at the present time most deserving of it. Why the fiat shoald have gone forth that intercourse with: the passengers must be at once and peremptorily discontinued those only who are iu the knpTy c«nn most imagine. To the uninitiated, however, especially the more suspicions of the crowd, thoughts of the darkest possible hue must and will protrude themselves. Why has such} a stringent "regulation been gazetted ? Why have these erst while nautical luminaries been, so suddenly .. and, feffectively ^extin guished ? The answer; comes dark and mysterious that consequent upon the absorbing - fascinat ion they ex ercised" over the feminine portion of the passengers the correct navi gation ofth&r;ship-:has 'beet grossly neglected, ...

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

Photo Stock Dealers, 48, PIKIE-STREET, ADELAIDE. Large Stock of Latest Photographic Apparatus. A'cic Illiisfratci Catalogue post-free.

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

From time to lirae the newspapers have chronicled cases of- strange and unaccountable disappearances, and'in many instances not a single clue has- :? been found as to the: whereabouts of j the iudividuals or the-cause of their disappearance. Ifc may appear very strange to those concerned how that, elusive quality called' good, health: will sometimes completely, disappear without any apparent'ieason. !When your health disappears,- you need~Bile; Beans for Biliousness, and with regard to this- great - remedy M - Frederick Marks, of Park Road,. Sydney, speaks as follows:—I suf fered severely from bilious attacks, which .gradually became worse and more frequent, until at last I came to expect .an attack every three days— and I always got it. Sometimes, the" biliousness became so bad that when" I was at work in the office I would - become unable to read my correspond ence and papers correctly, for the lines wonld dance and :quiver before me until the letters seemed merely an indistinct m...

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A Remarkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

A Egffi^kable-^scsvery £»&> Goasuspt^ ia its Last * Stages. The: prorrietors of Life Drops Uava re ceived a coaitmiiiicalion from dlr>. .Eda Oxlade.ofwbicli the fallowing is a true cop) — — Abouc Gre jears ago I fell into a decline and became gradually worse, till; at . last . I besan to cough op Wood and matter. Becoui ing a'arined. I consulted Dr. Todd, of Adelaide, who told the that I suffered from consumption, arid upon further, examin itiori informed me that my lungs were in a very bad s^tQ. beiiig partially destroyed bymy conajyamt. I was admitted into the hospital, v bet« I romained tor nine months, at the end of which time I was discharged; vas in-: curaote. I then consulted Pr. Clindenuiiig, also of Adelaide, under whose treatment ! remained for three months without improv ing in tho least ; in fact tho discharge from my lung* became worso Dr Clindenoing advised a change of climate, m. consequence of which we removed to lort Augusta. The change did not ben...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 October 1898

Post ami Telegraph Office, Part PIric. MAIL- ARRANGEMENTS. Business hours from 8.30 a.m. till7.30p m: daily, except Saturdays.when it is opea from 8 30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Money Order Office from 10 a,m. to 5 p.m. Savings Bank Agency, from 8.30 a.m.to 7.30 p.m . and on Saturdays till 5.30 p~m. - The officers open'for a quarter ot an hour for the delivery of letters after the. ^ arrival of the mails every evening. , f/i • /Mails: arrive and ciose as follows:—• ; &SK1TAX.. / From Adelaide and Offices soutl\ cf Terowie at 4.40 a.m. J From Adelaide and intermediate/ 0£cas at 4.55 p.m. ;:/ From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.roV From Petersburg andintermediate offices at 10.13 A.m. and 7.53 p.m. From Telowie and Port O'ermeiri • at 4 p.m. ,/ From Solomontowu at /6.35 a.m., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. J u From Nelshaby. (Wed4esdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m / I . - BEPAJi7(.UKB. i , For Adelaide and/mtermediate offices at 10 5 a m. and 4.25 /p.m. For Adelaid®. a?,«j offices south cf Terowie ...

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

Apr$lsip¥i§®p What does it do? It causes the oi! glands in the skin to jbkwmemore V active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. : It cleanses the scalp: from dandruff and thus re moves pne of the great oausea of baldness. It makes a better cir culation in the scalp and stop3 the hair from coming out. if ppe¥£B?§ It cores imttes. u. - Ayefs Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow/on bald heads, provided only there is any life remaining in the hair bulbs. ; : > : It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a -short-time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color of yonth takes it3 place. Prepared bv Br- 3. C. &.TEZ &, Co., Lowell, Mass., IT. S.A. Is NOT FARINACEOUS and Is ENTIRELY FREE from STARCH MEUW'S FOOD For INFANTS and tNVAUO0 IVV'hen added to diluted Cow's Milk it produces a complete and perfect diet, suitable for the. ! Strong as well as the Sickly Babe. 1 ...

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October 28. [Before Mr. A. A. Pearce, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

October 28.: [Before Mr. A. A. Pearee, J.P.] John Campbell, charged with being drunk, pleaded guilty. Fined 5s, In default 12 hoars in lock up. Monday, Oct. 24. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S,M) Charles Manning wascharged on the information of Sarah Haslar -with neg lecting to pay her wages due for nursing his wife. Defendant pleaded not guilty, i Sarah Haslar. ' nurse, Solomontonrof; said—I attended defendant's ■wife from March 2 last to April 8. My charges are proper charges • w£l a week before "con finemenfcand 25s.: after. Defendant has paid ine 15s. altogether, of which 5s. was paid last Friday. Defendant has never disputed the aecoant, but has promised to pay when he could. Mrs. Manning has' never disputed the account. She has asked me several times what she . owed me. •By defendant—I did not ask you for money. I asked your wife. For the defence —Charles Manning, laborer on dredger, said:—I have been nearly sis months out of work, and have not had themoney to pay. Order" for paymen...

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Police Court, Port Pirie. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

^elieo I>srt fjrio. Tcisdat. Octobeb25. (Before Mr. J. P. Stoar, S.M.) Frtdtrkk O'Dov.mU was charged on the information of John Fergasaon with the larceov of 24 yards of ailesia valued at 105. The plaintiff, John Robert Fergosson, tailor, ^said—Defendant ha3 worked for tne for aome time, first for weekly wages and latterly piecework ; since on piece work be employed Miss Martha Nenke, who worked in the Ellen-street shop where defendant worked for ms ; «>m plained to him frequently about trimmings being taken away from the shop ; and defendant accused one of the girls in the shop, who was dismissed. Have missed a somber of things, including the silesia and some lining j missed it the morning after marking; marked it by nicking it; spoke to allmy employees; prisoner was there, bat never said anything; tha 24 yards were oil the roll, and are in the court. From information ; received I went to Miss Clara Netke, a dressmaker at the mile crossing - she was not at home, but I receive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Has just opened about New and Fashionable DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. - 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 4^d, 6d, 9d, Is, Is 3d, up to 2s 13d at Cottle's. Straw Hats, hundreds to select from, the; very latest-shapes, at Cottle's.. Mens Shirts (collars and pockets—light) Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Suits—real good weaiers—15slid, 17s 6d, and 21s, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lid, 4s 114 and 5s 6d, at Cottle's. Good wearers. Men's Mole Trousers, 3s 6d, 3s lid, 4s 6d, good weights and clinkers wearatrCottle's/'f'.'Me^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, 6d, 9d, Is. Cottle's for Boys' Shirts, 9d and Is eaeli. If you want really good serv...

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Reginings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Stafimags. Rain. Hurricanes. ' A return of winter. Unkind Mr. Duncm. Extraordinary weather. Overcoats hauled out again. A pathetic wail from Redhiil. Where was Councillor McDonald ? France suffering from a military mania. Clarion is the local favourite for the Cup. Poor Dreyfus will have to remain in prison. Mr. Spurr's drainage- scheme con demned. . The French Ministry defeated on the Dreyfus issue. Zulu scored easily in the Spring Handi cap on Wednesday. : A report to be at once obtained about the Baroota scheme. The Cambridgeshire won by the New Zealand horse Georgic. The Railways will introduce some new talent this afternoon. Ebby doesn't think it profane to tell a man to " go to hell!" A unanimous protest against proposed increase in ore freights. Insufficient air-space and over-crowding of houses causes of typhoid. No more street ends to be leased with out the sanction of the ratepayers. It looked as if there would be fun at the ratepayers' meeting at one time. The Mayor had n...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Spastiag Sfotes. - [Bt Yiator.] Owners and trainers are reminded that although the Melbourne Cap will be de cided on Tuesday the fact should not be j forgotten that nominations for the North- i Western Jockey Club meeting, which is to be held on November 16, arc due on I the same date. The programme consists of Trial Stakes, £10, seven furlongs; First Hurdle Race, £20, one and three quarter miles ; North-Western Handicap, £35, one and a half miles; District Race, £5, one mile ; Second Hurdle Race, £15, one and a half miles ; and Flying Handi cap, £15, six furlongs. It is hoped a good lisc will be received to recompense the club for providing an afternoon's racing, even though the machine be not available. The great V.R.C. Spring Meeting com mences to-day with the Maiden Plate, for | which a fair field will go to the post. I Sunny Morn will represent South Aus tralia, and should run forward. However, Hike | COBINTHIA ... ..." "... 1 Sunny Mobn... ... ... 2 Rock of Ages ... ... 3 The ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

C, Herbert, Baker & Confectioner, ELLEN-STJIEET (Opposite Custom House. The WORST Caterer in Port Pirie. Don't give him a trial, you're sure to get taken in. Angletori Steam, CHaff < and,Wood Mills. —SOLOMONTOWN.— DEJILYER & nmOR. Best Chaff, current rates. Cutting ' done for,the Trade. Best quality -- Wood on Hand. Orders left with Symonds Bros, will : receive-prompt attention. - robt: flett, WATCHMAKER Aim .ELLEN". .STREET,, PORT PIRIE H. CHRIS'S INTERNATIONAL hotel. afcge5£&. 4-d/per pint.. As cool as an iceberg. Best brands of Spirits and "Wines always on hand. J Superior Accommodation for the travelling public. Loose boxes, good stabling,-and an attentive ostler. BARRIER HOTEL, ZES W* ICd IBS W H. WALLACE, PROPRIETOR Begs to notify to the Travelling Public thai tliehoiiseh&s . been thoroughly Ile&oyated and Reforally •' For Convenience d> Accommodation nnserpassed in S.A. JACKA'S BEER ON" DRAUGHT. JDark Twist and Plug, °3? O...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

DEPASTURES. Oct..2t>—Omeo, schooner, for Tickera. Oct, 26—Ariel, ketch, for Port Adelaide, Oct. 26—Adonis, ketch, for Black Bock. Oct. 26—Gambier Lass, ketch for Walla roo. Oct. 27—Oabbranch, steamer, 3258 tons, Scheel, for London via Sydney. Cargo —1750 tons zinc concentrates. John Darling & Sons, agents. * Oct. 27—Mary Webster, schooner, 92 tons, Carswell, for Port Adelaide. Cargo— ICO bales wool, oh tons screenings, 36 tons ilour.

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CITY CHATTER. PART XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

CITY CHHTTER. By Twitter. PART XIX. By substantial majorities Mr. Houri gan s Bill to jjive tenants a power to vote in, on a simple majority, the assessment for municipal taxation upon unimproved values has been passed by the Assembly, bat there is reason to suspect that many of the supporters are posing before electors, for the Bill is unworkable with out numerous alterations. What >is sought, however, is to get the principle backed by the Assembly and saddle the Council with the opprorium of rejecting lit-. ■.■■■■■■ THE MAYORALTY. An illiterate wag in the city pereists in calling it *• The Morality." Just imagine candidates contesting for that! Mr. Tucker has declined "for the present" to xeoffer his services. Had he not unseated Mr. "Wilcox on the plea that a second year Bras monopolising the posi tion his argument for long terms would have carried weight, because it is admitted on all hands that he has been remarkably1 successful as 3n administrator. In the chair at the Hospi...

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Railway Time-table. Passenger tbains ybok Port Pirib to - To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tore *ie Ellon-Streefc 8tation at:S,50 a.m.; Central r Station at 7.aan. - ■ :To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone. - Ellten-Streefc Station at 10.20 a.tn.; Centra • ., ®tation at 10.3© a.in'. " ' - To Broken Hill, ria Petersburg and Terowie. Ellen-Street .Station at 4.4® -p.m.; Central Station at4.50 p.m.- --t ■; To Adelaide/ - Tia > Petersburg-, • from Central Station enly, mixed train.at 10.59 p.m. - ASKITALS. From Adelaide, Via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only,- mixed train at 440&.m.- - 1 •••--• ; Prom- Broken : Hill/ and Terowi# na Petersburg. Central Station at 19.4 am , Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 .a.m. s " From, Adelaide via BlytK and Gladstone Central Statian'at -i.^T p.in.j ^Ellen-street Station: at 4.55 p.m: - - ; i FromtTeroisie, Petersburg-, and JTor thern LSystem. ' Gent^'-'Stafion.^7.47 pjn.; .Ellen'-streetStation"at7;53p.in'.

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VESSELS IS HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

VESSELS IS HABBOR. Windsor Park, ship, 1692 tons, Jjambie, master, from Hamburg. Fulwood, ship, 1986 tons, Journeay, master, from Hamburg. Newsboy, American barque, 509 tons, MoIIeated, master, from Paget Sound Maritta, steamer, 1936 tons, W. Donald son, from Newcastle via ports Coastors—Vivid, Mary. Dianella, Mary Lewis, Mary Jane, Wilpena, Sir TV. Foster, Maid of Australia, Eliza, Hawthorn Napperby, Lady Daly. Nelcebee, Uribes. Broughton,|Elizabeth Annie, Eobert Burns, Beatrice, Tam O' Shanter, Young Galatea, Capelia, Spindrift, New Arrival.

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