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Mr. H. C. WARREN'S "KORAN." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Mr. H. O. WARREN'S "KORAN." BY HAGIOSCOPE—BONNIE ROSETTE. Got in England, but foaled in Australia.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

MAI^ABE^tiBBOSirPS Business hours from 8.30 a-initill 7.3Qp bi- : daily, sxceptSaturdaysjTFhen it is opsa from 8.30 a.m. till €.30 p.m. Money Order Office from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. • t ' Savings-Bank Agency, from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p;m., and onSaturdaystill 5.30p.ml The offic« i8 op«tt for a1 quarter : of ; hour-for tha: dalivBry.jof; latUrs;after the arrival of .the mails every evenings Mails arrive and close as'foliows:— AJEHIVAi.^ From Adelaide and Offices south of Terowient4.iOa.rn.' 1 From1 Adelaide and 'intermediate' offices > at 4.55 plm. '' '; From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. FromPetersburgandintermediate #Sces at 10.1$ a.m. and 7.53 p.m. ': From Telowie and Port. Gormeia; at- A- • p.m. : From; Solomonfcown at. 6,35 a.m.,:S.l5..-; a.m., and 4.15 p.m." From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at-6.20a.rn - „ , ~ BEPAETtJEE. . For Adelaide and intermediate osices at 10.5 a.m-. and 4.25 p.m. T For Adelaide and offices south ofTerowie at 10 p.m. , For Potersburgj ErokenHillj and Int...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Ashley, Bteamer, 2297 toD3, Webber, from Java. To sail. Arroyo, s.s_ 3,564 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Fremantl#. To sail. Asama, steamer, 4205 tons, Newell from South Africa. To sail. Amana, steamer, 3412 toas, Can:, from Sourabaya. To sail. Mary Augusta!, ship, 1,385 tons, "Worden master, from tho Baltic. To sail. Juanita North, steamer. 3,503 tons, Perry, master, from Monte Video. To •ail. John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, Mi\d«en," master, from Puget Sound. Sailed Sept. 7—52 days out. Jupiter. Danish ship, 1651 tons, Funder. master, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 56 days out. J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1807 tons, Lermond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed August 17,83 days unt. J, C. Julius, Got man barque, 1076 tons, from Barry Dock. Sailed August 21, 87 days out. Pengwern, ship, 1,492 tons, Davies master, from Liverpool. Sailed Sept. 17. 51 days out, Chelmsford., four-masted barque, 21&7 tons, Thompson, from Hamburg. Sailed Oct. 15—14 days ...

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Fergusson v. O'Donnell. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Fesgassea v- O'Sonssll. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—lie tho allied larceny case, Fergusson v. ODunnell, the account you give iu this mowing's issue7 is veiy meagre, and likely to leave a grave suspicion in the minds of your readers that I eras ftuv from innocent of the charges made against me^-r I would ask you, In justice' to myself and family, if you would bo good enough to give a full account in' the issue of your valuable journal on Saturday next, so that the public may see the contradictory evidence of Fergusson'a two principal witnesses for the prosecution. Firstly^ one M. Nenke, my late apprentice, swore that three weeks ago we were working in the shop, and 1 sent her to the door to watch for the boss while I cut ofT trimmings to send home to my own house. Secondly, another employe, Annie McEntee, who has been in his employ between three and five years, swore that she remem bered workicg in the shop three weeks ago and she saw a vest brought from" my house to jne by my little four-yea...

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

Schooner NEWSBOY, from Paget Sound. CAPTAIN MOLLESTED will not bo responsible for any Debts contracted by his Crow without hjs written authoritv. GEO. WILIS-&CO., .. .. .. Agents. ' F R E D QUE J HAS much pleasure in informing his many friends and the public generally that he has commenced bnsines«a3 AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AGENT. ACCOITNTANT, : WHEAT-BUYER, LAND ^ AGE8T, MONEY liENDER, &c.E Ac., Rents and 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. CSAKBIK 0? COMMERCE CHARGES. A Call InTited. FRED GREY, Port Pirie. Bills Discounted daily. L'SEFCL BOOKS FOB E\F.RV HOME. Ruddock's Vade Macum ot Homoeopathy. " Lady's Manual of Homceopathy Gordon Stables* Sickness or Health. *' * Mothers Book of Health: M u Wife's Guide toHealth and Happiness. Gordon Stables' ...

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Harvest Prospects. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

HarFest Prospects. Sydney, Friday Iflgnt. The wheat-yield in the Riyerina district is expected to be patchy, but it is thought the average wll be fairly high Farmers in the Jeril derie, Berrigan, and Finlay districts, however, state that they will get no more than seed.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, October 29 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Commercial Report. tRecorder Office, October 29. 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 5J 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 Batter (PtPirie 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. ... ... ... 12 0 0 Potatoes (new), p<sr ton ... ... 14 0 0

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Federation. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Federation. Sidney. Friday Night. The Premier intends to close the debate on the Federal resolutions next week.

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Cricket. EARLY CLOSERS V. PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Snekst, EARLY CLOSERS V. PORT PIRIE. Very few spectators were present at the match between the above teams on Wednesday. Shortly after the start the wind commenced to blow fx-oia the westward, and after an hour or so clouds of dust blew down the ground obssuring the players from view from the Stand. An adjourn ment was made until a few minutes before 6, when operations were re sumed. The Ports had first use of wicket. Caterer and Taylor were retired early, and Scott put his leg in front to Simpson when only 9. Ferry, who went in first, was badly missed by Whitelaw before he was fairly going, but afterwards rendered good service in making 23 by capital cricket; Goode also showed to ad vantage while compiling 20, and was eventualIy out l.b.w. to Claridge. who ^!w'«s:-trondhng^iifh\-ibe":;Win4.:"--:>'WiU-; Hams contriblited a fan :t less 15, bat ihe others did very little, the last four wiekets only adding 2 runs. Tire Ports have the .credit of. being a batting team from end to end,...

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

&3,?£KZCJ3A£. THE Howard Smiil| Line. TS»# 8t£a»ero ef this liua will tiil from Pert Pirie e» follows (circuajstaaeesi peraaittiag) Ter S.S. DAWN POST AUGPSTA f Frjl; Xot. ; smmzvso t a-' POST ADEJLAIDB J fPasseayers ajai Carsp.) FAXES'To POET ACOUSTA, Saioon, 12s. &. STEEBAGK.Ts. 61. T* POST ADELAIDE, Salcon, 2fts.i Steeraje, I2s, a»und Trip ria Augusta, Bdithbtygh. »ci A<*Uid« back to Purt Pirie, S&s. Begnlar Fortnightly Service. mkleoubkk j S*S.. r ™E3Dir-sot., QCBISSLASD Ports J KOTE.—Liiwri! Dacotat aS Sseera;# fares t« < Qoeeaslaad Forts. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. ) S.S.BUXISYOXG, \ TUESDAY. N'or.s. P*.ts»n?«rs kaoked ri?h»throtish to the Gold£eH». Alt riSjhts ,»ad Passenger fares at lowesi Bates. COAL. COAL. COAL. Be** Hweebeld, Eosine, and Blacksmith's COAL supplied si Xoweat Prices, large or usull *uauti ti4lV-y*H«n Tanks and Iron-bark Spokes for sale *t loves* prices. '* Further particular...

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

8s&&mwsw& Port Plrie.—-Latitude, 33 deg. II mia. S.; Longitude, 138 deg. 1 rain. E. "• abbiyals? Oct. 28—Sir W„ Foster, ketch, 29 tons, Pope, from Port Broughton. Cargo —Fiax. . Oct. 2tt~Yoang Galatea, ketch, 17 tons, froai Port Broughton. Cargo—Flux. Oct. 26—Vivid, ketch, 48 tons, Iversen. from Point Biley. Cargo—Flax. Oct. 26—Maid of Australia, ketch, 46 tons. Carver, from Port Lincoln. Cargo— Flu*. - Ocs.JKS —Lady. Baly.foreaadaftsehooner 65 tons, Heritage, master, from Tick era. Cargo—Flxvc. Oct. 26— Robert Barns, ketch, 45 tons £aaon, froEJ Tickera. Cargo—Flos. Oct. 26—Tam o' Sbanter, ketch, 15 tons, Spero. from Port Broughton. Cargo Flax, Oct.27—Dianella, schooner, for Port Ade laide). Cargo—General Oct. 27—Mary Lewis, ketch. 10 tons, Carlsen, from Port Augusta. Cargo —General. Oct. 27—Nyrnphe, German ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, from Hamburg. Cargo— 2,400 tons coke, F. H. Srio*r, agent. j Oct. 28—Dawn, steamer, 328 tons, Heaney, fro.u Port Adelaide. Cargo ...

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

iipiast Suffered for three years Mr. I". Westell of Mitcliam; So. Australia, sends its his portrait which shows a smooth and healthy condition-of tlic skin. But he has had the following experience: "For the p3st three years! have been suf fering from an eruption of the body. I bad medical attendance and hadmedicine to talce and a lotion for outward application, but they did not do me the slightest good. InfactX tried all sorts oi medicine and nothing seemed to relieve rae. My life was a burden. I bad no appetite and I eould not sleep. I was strongly advised to try. Tjy a friend who Iiad received great benefit from It. I did so, and after taking only two ?,oUIes the Itching left me audi feu better in every way. I continued; taking the Sarsa pariita am! altogether took six Bottles. SI am inw free from the eruption and can e$t and sicepas well.as l ever di^ in my life, Itfs now about eight months sincel waa cured,so 1 am sure I can say the core is a permanent eae." ' - For constipnticm...

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District Council of Pirie. Meeting helf October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

;* District GouaeilefPirie. Meeting:-heltf October 22; Present—Ore. E. H. .Eagle.- (chair--, .man), T. Forresfcel.R. D. McEsvin, J. Kuril, W. S. Fidge and N. E.. Bewett. ; Permission was given £3 Mr. Ro berts sen., Hi. Wandearah, to sink a well on the three chain' road near: Jacobs' corner for .watering: stock. . " Pei mission was given to T. David son to enclose: small, portion of road North of Section 12e, Hd. Wan-: dearah, for watering stock. * - Extension of time was granted-to E. Goode on contract 124. ' . . A communication, was received from ;Crowii Lands Office advising Council that tlie Government:;would. sabsi(Jise arrears for 1896 fand 1897 collected daring' 1897 and- -1898. • The Railways Commissioner wrote stating that cost of making crossing. :oyer railway at the Four-mile woald be £70- , : J. O'Oonnell asked permission to remove drift:sand from road between Messrs.1 Grey?s: and -Fi tzgeral d's. - Ap pl ication not entertained. • The Clerk was instructed to have a rut f...

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Victorian Racing Carnival. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Victorian Racing Carnival. Sydney, Friday Nighfc. It is expected that the rail and sea traffic for the Melbourne Cup will be much heavier this year than last. The booking on the railway has already exceeded the previous year's record.

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How to tell what a foal will turn out. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

Sow to ieU irh&t a foal wiii tara out. The following is from " Scraps," in the Live Stock Journal'.—"We all like to form onr own idea as to what will be the ultimate quality of the stock when boro, but only the highly trained eye and: wide experience can •come near the trnth. Here is what Gervasse Markham says .on the snbject in his work on " The " English 1 Horseman" (1617). -Chapter 14 is' I on The Knowledge of a Horse's Shape, Station,; and Quality, and: how it is to be known when he is new foaled,5' which reads thus:—'This knowledge and experience T have often times noted, and therefore dare the more, boldly protest it, which; is that a man may have almost a certain knowledge when a foal is new foaled what shape, stature, and quality he will carry when he is a horse of complete strength and growth; wherefore, first, as touching his shape. Look what shape, proportion, and beauty he hath when he is a full month old; the ; same shape aud beauty he will carry: when he is ful...

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A valuable Bequest SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

A falaable Bequest Sydney, Friday Night. The Government has accepted the offer of Mi. David Scott Mitchell to bequeath his valuable library of 30,OCX) volumes to the citizens of New Sonth Wales on eundstion thrt the books are properly housed. The donor offers to endow the library to the extent of £800 a year.

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A Remarkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

<4 Bea&aa&a'hl? Becovesy Goasaaptioa ia its Last itages. : The: proprietors :of Life Drops have re ceived- a communication from Mrs. Eda Oxlade,- of which the following is a trae copy:— '• About five years ago I fell into a decline and became gradually worse, till at last I -began to cough up blood and matter.: Becom ing a'armtd X consulted Dr. Todd, of Adelaide, who told tne that I -sufferei from consumption,-nnd upon further examination •informed jne that, my.lungs were in a very bad state, being partially destroyed by my complaint. -I was admitted into the hospital, wher» I remained :for nine', months, at tlie. end of whichtime I was discharged as in-, curable. I then .consulted Pf. Clindenning, also' of-Adelaide, -under .whose. treatment I remained for'three months without improv ing in tlio least; in fact the-dischargo from my lungs became worso. Dr. Clindenning advised a change of climate, in consequence of whicu we removed to Port 'Augusta. The chan...

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

w meibourh^ a frleh0-advl5t°.f'£ t0 tRy wab^f 3a?e cure f.9?. LIVER 1 °,0„f. ano i fe£*-^- - rf,at if many pe0&* ^ho afte5ufferu^ j^om liver cotf"1". knew how eas'1 ^ cculo btcu«® 8v Warners 5#e thev twk'l® ''ot delay in ~ t*1ning'-|t ^ruftmeht h0u5e I ?wke»1 pleasure-ifiren^ '«g my testiwqn'al ^sptctfng the«| £acy op wabn^r5 ^fe curs- ' ] h^ve recommen^ 'T To manrtrlt®1® ^,0 t«ey one s** they have ^ cheat oenefff^, ';-E5PECfAlW th05c ^fferlnc fftom uvtq troo8lt?>" >^) Ceo tfipw'

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TELEGRAMS. (From our on correspondents). Heavy Gales in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, Friday Night [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

(Frota oar o*n correspondents). Heavy dale* in Adelaide. Adelaide, Friday Night A heavy gale, accompanied by raia and bail storms, which has been blow ing for the last two days, has caused some damage to shed roofs and chimneys in the city and suburbs. To-day the roof of the carriage woika at Kilkenny was blown away. Three men who were engaged in dis mantling the building were xnnch knocked about, and one named Morphy was so badly cut about and braised by the flying sheets of galvanised iron and heavy roof 'timbers that he had to be admitted to the Hospital. >

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Dr. Walker replies to Mr. Mallyon. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 29 October 1898

;>• Dr. Walker seplies to- Mr. '-'.-4 Mallyoa. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Allow me to reply to the remarks of Mr. MallyOn re what I said at the meeting which took place recently be tween the'Trustees of the Institute and * the Institute Committee. I deny that my statement contained a misinterprets- " tion of the; Act; The latter is most clear . and in no plaice makes any mention of the - management of an Institute being divided ., into two parts as suggested by Mr. Mallyon ; indeed, the Act goes as fer as to define " Institute " to include all buildings, property, &c., belonging to an Institute, and therefore, when the rules lay down that "the management of .the Insti tute shall be vested in a president, two vice-presidents, secretary, treasurer, and committee, elected^ by the subscribers," there can be no opinion in any reasonable mind other, than that the Committee • elected by the subscribers is the only body entitled to administer any part of the Institute property and affair...

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