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The Missing Link. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

•" Darwin says the monkey was the first to walk and talk," aud while many persons believe in the theory, there has been great difficulty in finding tlie missing link between the: man of the present day and the mon key. The missing link between sick ness and health has, however, been discovered in Bile Beans for Bilious ness, and the great worth of this remedy is very capitally illustrated in the case of Mrs. Jaue Coleman, of j Beauford-street, Hamilton, Newcastle, who said to a reporter: "For 13 years I was in a delicate state of health, my earlie.-t symptoms being violent retching and paiusln the head; these were shortly followed by a complete loss of appetite and restless nights I had several of the best doctors in Newcastle iti attendance on me- from time to time, and tried all kinds of patent medicines, but-1 could get no real .relief. Tt seemed, too, that what little I eon'd eat I could not digest. Dreadful pains would now and again come into my back and kidneys and especially ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Printed and published by. Charles Meywck and • Aifbbd Edward South * at their O&ce Ellen-street, Poyt Piria. : ' , Port Pirie Professional and Business-Directory. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CGMPaSY, J\.: Shipowners, «tc., Ellen-atreet, D. B. Young, Manager. BRADLEY&SHER1DAN, Book Manu fitclarera. ete.,Al9xauder-street. J» B» Gould, Manager. BADENOCH, J... Baker and Confectioner, Ellen-street. BARRIER HOTEL, £lkn-str<efc. £ Wallace, Proprietor. CLARIDGE & SONS, S. F., Importora and. ; General Drapers. El!«n-stre«t. OL&IfCEY & Co.. Homoeopathic Diipentaiy ' and Lifa Drop* Depot, Waterworkstown. ^jOTTLEi W-, Ca»h Draper, EIIen-stre» . « /"TORN Btrakfi »11»r,S tatian® r,ao d Newsagent, Jilleri-street. COTTLE, S. C., Ironworker, «tc., Alex« ander-street. ; DE SILVER & \ 1IA.GOR, Solomontown j Chaff and Wood Merchants. DUNCAN, J., Solicitor, etc., Alexander* . street. FLETT, R., Watchmaker and Jeweller Ellen-street. FEDERAL BOOT COMPANY, ...

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Death of Dr. Campbell. THE FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED. ADELAIDE Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Death ot !>r. Campbell. THE FUNERAL LARGELY* ATTENDED. .Aoklaipk, Tnesday Night. The funeral of Dr. Campbell to day was lately attended. Both Honses of Parliament adjourned till after 5 o'clock. The Premier, Chief Secretary, and many other members nt-'eml p,iiiei;jiies oa tlio deceased legislator. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

J Parih:r»:rr:! lIor3.% ■ I Drisbinc. Nov. 25.1S97. ! " It sires mi grc;t j.'Icjsrra. in rcncising • Iipv .trstftn ant it ■ respccifci;! ■' the cfficccj of Wj-n.-r*; Safe Core. Since I gave you the . Ust tesiteidnrai I have rc-commcndcd the rn;ai;ine to many fiemts, and (ho? one and • all say the? hive rfcrive.I £,Jaf.benefit from;: j- it, cs;«chlly. those suffering, from kidney and { In er troublcs.'"{//(w.) Georoe Thobk, M.P.

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

SESH2T& HBW3. ^ Port Pirle.—Latitude. 3-3 des. II mia. S.; Ijongitude, ISSde;*. i min. B. ARRIVALS.' Oct. 30.—Era. steamer. (Howard Smith Line) 1550 tons, P. Hoore, from New castle tin Melbourne, Port Atk-Ltitle iftid Wallaroo! Cargo—500 tons coal, and 4f> tons general cyryo. Howard Smith and Skm** aguats. Oct.31—Investigator, steamer, 345 tons, Anderson. frosn Port Adtdaidu vi.t Ports Augusta and Gt-rmem. Curgti —150 to«a general. Adelaide Steani abip Coy ajjenf3. Oct, 31—Phoebe, ketch, 2t> tons, Mike, from Port Augusta. Cargo—Flux. Oct. 31.—Hubert Hums, ketch. 4-> tows, Eason, from Ticker.*, Carjjo—Flux. N'or. !.—Cadet!, steamer, 02 torn, John ston®, from Port Brou^hton. Oir^o —Flux.

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South Australia v. Victoria. THE ADELAIDE TEAM. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

South Australia v. Victoria. THE ADELAIDE TEAM. At>K».\u>K, Tuesday Nig I it The following haTe breu chosen to |>!»y against Victoria in tlie cricket match to take place in Adelaide on November 12:—Darling, Hill, G. tiiflen, livons, F. Jarvis. Keedman, Hngo, Kvans, Pelers, and MeKenzie. Emergencies Chtuner and Drew.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

DEPARTURES. Oct. 26— Dianelb. schooner, for Port Ade laide. Full cargo «>f mg iron, Geo. M'ilU ami Co. Oct.-2!>—Wifpena, ketch, for Point Web iinj,'. Oct. 2y.~Mary Jape, kotch for IVirt Ijrou<;hto». Oct. '£>.—Eliza, ketch, for Port Adelaide. Oct. 29.—Hawthorn, ketch, far Tickera. Oct. 'Jit.—Napp«rby, ketch, for Kangaroo I-.Fand 0e\ "J*.'.—Urou^hton. ketch for Tickera. Oct. —Taw o' Shantsr, ketch, for Port Brou«»hton. Oct. '"J—New Arrival, ketch. lor Tickcra. Oct. 21) — Spindrift, ketch. 71 tons. D. Dineen, for Port Lincoln. 0 :t. - >—I>areu. steamer, 328 ions, Heaney, for Port Adelaide via Moonta, Wal laroo, Port Ueriuotn, Poit Augtista and EditJibar^'. Cargo—wool and sundries. Oct. 31.—Slaritta, steauier, 193ij tons. Donaldson, fwr home porta via Syd ney, and pr>rts. Cargo—1500 tons concentrates for Antwerp on account "F. H. Snow. Oct... 30.—Elizabeth Annie, ketch, for Wallaroo. Oct. 31.—Capella, ketch, for Port Lincoln. Oct. 31.—Investigator, steamer. ...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). Waiting to Hear Results. A FORTUNATE INVESTOR. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

(From oar o»n correspondents). Waiting to Hear flesalis. A FORTUNATE INVESTOR. Adklmob, Tuesdaj Nighfc The usual large crowds surrounded the newspaper offices to-day wailing to hear the results of the races. It is reported that Mr. C. Bastard, lessee of the City Baths, won £1.500 in a doabhv Hyroettus and The Grafter, in the Cantfield. and Melbourne Cup. Another £1,100 also comes to Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

i Angleton Steam, Chaff •, and Wood Mills. -SOLOMONTOWN DE/ILVER fir f&^QOR. Best Chaff, snrrenfc rates. Cutting done for the Trade. ; Best quality j : Wood on Hand. Orders left with Symonds- Bros; will receive prompt attention. ROBT. FLETT, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, ELLEN STREET, ; PORT PIRIE H. CHRIS'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. s So£eref, ^Dr PER PINT.: As cool as au iceberg. Best, brands of Spirits and Wines always on hand. i Superior Accommodation for the travelling public. Loose boxes, g66d^tablmg; iiid an attentive ostler. BARRIER HOTEL, W H. WALLACE. PROPRIETOR, Begs to notify to the TjaAVBLLiNG PcrBLic that the house has been thoroughly Renovated ^d RHurnisli^d. * For Donvenicnce & Accommodation unsurpassed in S.A. JACKA'S BKER 01^ DRAUGHT. Dark Twist and Plug T O B A. O O O . STIC KS, 3d. and 4d. PLUG S, 4d., 6d., Is T : : ~ : ~ f cd a. PARKER & CO., Fashionable Tailors and Shift Manpfactprers, 66 King William-SireH, ADELAIDE. flew Season'sGoods In all Dep...

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VESSELS IX HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

VESSELS IX HARBOR. Windsor Park. ship, 165*2 tons, Lambie, master, from Hamburg. Fill wood, ship, 19SG tons, Journeay, master, from Hamburg. N'yivsboy. American barcjnette, 509 tons, Mo'Jcstcd, master, front Puget Souud Xymjilii', ttvriii.'m ship, 2076 tons. Kilwr, from Hamburg Era, steamer, 1530 tons. Moore, from Newcastle via ports. ■ Coasters — (,'a'JeU, Lucre tin, Robert Burn-". Maitl of Australia, Vivid, Lady Daly. Sir. W. Foster. Phoebe, Young Galate i, Nelcobee, and Uribes.

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Port Germein Institute. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Port Geraieia Institute. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Having read all tlie letters ap pearing in your paper concerning the above I have come to the ciinclusion that " Iris" h-is more sense than any of them. It is perfectly true that Piriems formed nearly the whole congregation at the Salvation Army's concert, and if iliey had not come the whole affair would have been a complete failure. " Iiis" has done all the others " brown" in his letters, and well they deserve it, as he has good ground to work on. I have not the slightest idea who "Iris" is. The Secre tary was very attentive t > his duties during the conceit, but it was not re quired. He took . care to inform the captaiu to be c ireful of the eh >irs and not knock them about, &c. ; be out" by 12 p m. ; and pay in advance for the use of the hall. Some <hree years ago the Army rented the hall at uightfor a pasty supper, and it appears they broke the leg off a chair, at least the Secretary says so. Nothing was said a...

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Railway Time-table. PaSSRKGEK TjSAISS" 1tbok PORT pxklb t© Adelajbe. To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tero*ie . Ellen-Street "Stationat 6.50 a.m.Central-: • Station at 7 a.m. To Adelaide, ria Blyth and.Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra Station at 10.39 a.m. * To- Broken Hill/ ria Petersburg and- - Terowie. . Elleu-Street"Station "at 4.40 p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. . . To Adelaide, *ia Petersburg, from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 | P m | AGKITALS. I. From Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters-. I burg to Central Station only, mixed train7 at 4- 40 a.m. From Broken Hill, and Terowie Tia Petersburg. Central Station at 10.4 a.m.; Ellen-Slreet Station at 10.13 a.m. . . From Adelaide via Biyth and Gladstone. Central .Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 4.55 p.m.- " From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System; Central Station at. 7.47* pan.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m.

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

I'ost ami Telegraph t&Sice, P@ri Fine. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS Business hours from 8.30 a.m.tiU 7.n0p m • daily, except Saturdays, when it is open \ from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. ( Money Order 0£ce from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. - | barings Bank Agency, from 8.30 a.m.'to ' 7.30 p.m:, and on Saturdays till 5.30 p.m. The office is opan for a quarter of an hour for the delirery of lottors after 'the arrival of the mails every evening. Mails arriTe and close as follows:— &.RBITAL. From Adelaide- and- Ofices south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. From-Adelaide and intermediate offices at 4.55 p.m. - From Broken Hill at 10.13'a.m;; From Petersburg and intermediate offices at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. . From Telowie and Port Gennein at 4 p.m. From Solomoutown at 6.35 a.m., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. • . From Nelsliaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 0.20 a.in DEPARTURE. For Adelaide and intermediate ofikes at 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. ~F6r Adelaide and offices south cf T«rowie at 10 p.m. For Petersburg, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

E L L E K-S TK EET (Opposite Custom House. The WORST Caterer in Port Pirie. Don't give him a, trial, you're sure to get taken in. Is NOT FARINACEOUS and Is ENTIRELY FREE from STARCH \fyfhen added to diluted Cow's Milk-it produces a complete and perfect diet, suitable for the Strong as well as the Sickly Babe. MSIiMM'S FOOD IS ADAPTED. F&P. AM*. ClilM ATES.

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Cricket. RAILWAYS V. PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

>;v^.priclBBfc' RAILWAYS V. PORT P1RTE. The meeting between th*>se clubs drthv only a moderate attendance to the Recreation Ground ou Satui-day. The Railways, wh;> were (lie first to hot, luvc cunsi ei-ably strengthened their eleven since their first appear ance, and befoi e long bid fair to hold their own with any of thair opponents. Their bowling was badly managed in this niatch, and why Ker nra: kept on so long wlieu tired is liard to underslarrl. Collins and Halliday; were the first batsmen to face Mani fold and Williams. Halliday foolishly ran himself ont but Collins shaped nicely for a time. Ed wards, played sennd, stylish cricket for 20 until Cailile got one past him, and Gill; livened matters np A trifle. Woods sni-prised the spectators by the dash ing manner in which he hit up 35. Certainly he might, have been stumped* t.^iee, and was let off in the field by? Pimlott, yet his was a valuable innings. Michael was careful, but Miller knocked up 17 quickly, and, then f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

s-5.re«anna. THE Th» Steamer* of thia line will aiil from Port Pirie as follows (circumstances permittin;;) for ■■ V S.S. DAWN POKTASGOSTA f t EDITHBL'KO ( In-lay. Nor. * PORT ADEU1DE JlfesiKBStii and (Unw.) FARES .-To PORT AUGUSTA, Saloon, 12s. SL STEERAGE, 7s. 6d. T# POST ADELAIDE* Saloon, 20u.i ^tccraje, 13s. W. Bound Trip Tia Augusta, Edithbursh. an4 Ade!ai£« biick to Port Pirie, 35a. To Regular Fortaigbtly Service. MELBOURNE 1 S.S. TIME NCWXUSTLE *ud all ["SATURDAY, QUEENSLAND Porta I no*. 3. NOTE.—Libera! Discount off Steers;* fares to Queensland Ports. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. ALBANY v S.S.GABO. KREMANTLE \ *rld-U\ Not. It. Pi%sen;er* booked right through to tha Goldfields. All Freights ami Pi-iscov^-r fares at Lowest Bates. COAL. COAL. COAL. Beit leasehold, Ensine, and Blacksmith's COAL supplied a* Lowes* Prices, largo or small ties. 4Jt-»lIoa Tanks and IronK»rk Spokes for sale at Uwrat priees. Further particulars on application to Wm....

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Proposed Increase in Ore Freights. ACTION IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Proposed lactase m Or® Freights. ACTION IN ADE LAIDE. Speaking at the deputation which waited on the Comiriissioner of Publ ic Works on Tuesday re the proposed increase in ore freights the-Hon. J. H, Howe said- he had ascertained that last year the railways ^carried a: tonnage of..1,189,065'"'tons,' return ing i$84,228. The Barrier trafic alone amounted to 507,429 tons, for which .£394,784 was received;: The traffic over other lines totalled 631,666 tons, from which .£21)8,033 was obtained. Then,"of course, .there was the passenger traffic, which returned .£291,411. It would be necessary to analyse these figures. 1 he railways carried of other traffic 174,237 tons more than the; whole of the Barrier traffic/and received <£J6,75l less. There were 332,700 tons of the 507.429 tons, which wers' classed under the heading of minerals, and they had recei ved for this ^i^J80/W:8B.n^t:as.B^bfe-9879l'd^vT>er,' ton. Seeing - that 9s. was the mininiurii" price paid to the seaboard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Tkhftjltntt €ftewarategofWlBitr So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of age and declin ing power. No matter how barren the tree nor how leafless it may seem, yon confidently expect leaves again. And why? Because there is Life at the Roots. So yon need not worry about the falling pf your hair, the threatened de parture of your yonth and beanty. And why 1 Becanse if there is a spark of life're gaining in the roots of the hair Ayor"s Hair Vigor will arouse it into healthy activity. Tho hair ceases to come out: it begins to grow; and the glory of youth is restored to you. .Prepared byDr-J.C-Ayer&Co.,Lo'tve]J,Mass,tt&A H. A. & "W, GrOODE, IMPORTERS & GKNIiRAL' STORKKEliPEliS. Stock as usual, 1 irge and well assorted in all departments.* A Liberal Discount for Cash. See Circulars I;....' — O ■; ' E L L 15 N - S T R E E T, P OUT PI R J R, & Railway & General Gamers, Customs, Shipping and Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY ...

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Chat with a Compositor. HIS EXPERIENCES OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Chat with & Csmpssitsr. | HIS EXPERIENCES OF ITFE Life as seen from a compositor's frame makes interesting reading for the outside public. Few have so frequently the opportunity; of study ing the manuscripts of well-known men and women—leaders of science, politics, literature, and fashion—as the patient type-setter. And his impressions on life are always worth listening to. Perhaps he catches a literary fragment from the manu scripts before him, and so has always a fund of recollections to draw upon. A compositor well known in colonial press circles— 3Ir. William Eastwood, of Stanley-street, South Brisbane—lately gave our reporter some interesting items" I have been lately employed on the Brisbane Telegraph," said Mr. East wood, and have had a good deal of experience. Eight years ago, as a lesnlt no doubt, of confinement indoors, tlie first symptoms of what afterwards proved a serious complaint^ manifested them selves^ My right bi-east was the first place to warn me of comin...

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Convent Schools' Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

. Ooa'7eBt .S23lools,' Concert, A concert by :the "scholars attending the Convent Schools' in Port Pilie wis held in the. Institute Hall o;l Monday evening The body ef the building was well filled, and the gallery v> us also largely availed of. The first half of tho programme was opened by the pupils of Mr. Gliemanu contributingsome selections from Irish airs, in the rendition of which evidence of careful tuition was plainly discernible. Miss ■; Cochrane acted. as accompanist to the stringed instruments. .Miss M. Grey's recitation, Smiting the Rock " was given with goid effect, as was also the following item, a pianoforte duet, "Fairy Queen," by the M'sses ilavis. liiiihnumbers weio .voil reeei\eJ. The old, yet ever welcome chorus, " See our oars with feathered spray," by the singing class well deserved the prolonged applause it received ; the singing being beautifully even, the tiuie maintained being excellent, and a go »d effect was produced A. vio'.in solo, "Li Marseil laise,"...

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