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Mr. Mallyon Replies to Dr. Walker. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
Mr. HaUyoa &oplies to Sr. - Walker. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Referring to Dr. Walker's letter in your favoured issue of the 29th ult., will you kindly permit . the worthy Doctor to read the following authentic interpretation of the Institute Amend i merit- Act of 1888 oil the point referred to (I - have filled in the name of the Institute.in order to connect the matter), viz. S" .r " - V.":. '• "The Institute having' beea' trans ferred to the Municipal Corporation of (Port Pirie) under the provisions of the Institutes Amendment Act of 1888, the Institute aud the real and personal estate thereof, - subject. to any .encumbrance affectingthesame, is vested in the said Corporation upon trust, to permit the. ! same, ora siifficieiit pat t thereof, to be used ''for the general-? purposes of the Institute of (Port Pirie), and . subject j thereto, upoiu trust, for the said Corpor ation as- their- property, Ao let and | managed at discretion in accordance with the provisions of the said; A...
NORTH-WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
NORTH-WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB. The following nominations: have been received for the various events in con nection with the above meeting: -r > v: FIRST HURDLE RACE, £20.. ; 1| Miies. Mrj E. Spender's b.g. Banana, 5 years'. Messrs. J, & E. Smith's b.m. Armidale, 6 yrs. or aged. Mr. S. E. Crouch's r.g. Levanter, 6 yrs. or aged. Mr. F." Leverington's b.g.Benalong, aged. Mr. F. Leverington's b m. Petrel, 5 yrs. Mr. W. J. Player's b.g. Simple Joe, 4 yrs. Mr. C. Langsford's blk.g. Darkie, aged. Mr. J. Brown's b.g. Zulu, 5 yrs. NORTH-WESTERN handicap, -JB35. 1| Miles. Mr.'E. Wilton's c"h. King George, 4 yrs. Mr. F. Gene's b.h. Ptshoa^e, 4 yis. Messrs. J. & E. Smith's c.h. Liatus, 4 yrs. Mr. R. Richardson's b.g. Severndale, 6 yrs. ' : Mr. G. \V. Chatfield's bh. Matallic, 6 yrs. _. ' Mr. F. Leverington's b.m. Petrel, 5 yrs. Mr. J. Brown's b.g. Zulu, 5 yrs. DISTRICT RACE. , One mile. • £5. Mr. G. Miller's b. .or bk.g. Brunswick, 5 yrs. *■ Messrs. J. and E. Sinclair's c.m. Maud...
CITY CHATTER. THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
CIXYCHKTTER, - Br TwrrrEK. : First farouritesarebarses which win by rare accident. Dreams about winners are varied and cotumonplacebefcre the event, remarkable afterwards when they invariably coincide with the victory. ! met a man this taoriringwho bad adre^im about Clarion ; this evening his dream is | packed away in things to be forgotten. : Sir. Bastard won £1,570 on other people'? dreams. As proof,"he gave the street arabs the free use of bis swimming bath. Mr. B&stird has also won fame. This is how it happened-; last June a lady relalive asked him if there was a horse in . the Cupuamed Grafter. He said " Yes." Then aiie added " I dreamt he won the :• Cap. I, .didn't see the finish myself, but I heard the crowd* call out 4 The Graftei win3, Thu Grafter wins."' On the strength of tbut dream he took up one or - two wagers before the weigh ts came out. On October ^nd he *?ent to the ; Coffee Palace to lutich because bis wife wa& in the Hospital ill. ■ He over heard ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
DEPARTURES. Nov. 2.—Era, steamer. (Howard Smith Lino), 1»50 tens, Moore, for Sydney. Cargo—336 tons concentrates for tran shipment into the ship " Falls of Ettrick," on account of F. H. Snow*; 9&) tons concentrates fc r transhipment inW the stoamship *' Fort Salisbury" on account of Messrs. W. R. Cave 4 C >; and 56 tons chaff and sundries Wm. Howard Smith and Sons, agent; Nov. fJ.—Lncretia, schooner, 66 tons, E. Wright, for Port Lincoln. Nov. 2.— Maid of Australia, ketch, for Port Lincoln, Nov. 2.—Kobert Barns, ketch, for Tickers. - Nov. 3. — Vivid, ketch, for Point Riley, Nov. 3.—Lady Dalv, schooner; for Tickera. Nov. 3. —Sir \V. Foster, ketch, for Point Webling. Nov.—Nelcebee, steamer, for Point Turton. Not. 4.—Phoebe, ketch, fur Port Brousjh ton. Nov. 4.—1'adcll, paddle steamer, for Port Broughton.
The Beetaloo Water Famine. DISCUSSION IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
ThQ Seetales Water Fasaiae. •£- - •>- * * ■ * • c; DISCUSSION PARLIAMENT. In the Housa of Assembly on Tuesday afternoon Mr. Jenkins said,. Jo,.reply to Hesgg&ll&jberft/lUUI&r, and Darling,-tha the notice given to residents in the Beeta loo district removing the" water rates for two months and charging them for water consumed at 6s. a thousand gallons was not intended a3 a concession. The object of the., notice was to prevent the use of water as much as possible. Those who had paid their rates and had only used part of thO water| they were entitied ffjj would supplied: if the tjuantity ia tfae reservoir would allo;w,andii,not at pre sent at a later time:- If a1 man had paid 2-ts. and had used only '2.000 gallons, and was entitled, to a farther 2,000 gallons, he Wdftld 1J6 st(pplied a3 soon as the depart ment could 'furnishM the water. • In tho-ajeaatun&jno-rateawouldbo 'levied, But residents' would be cBargeJ for the water they consumed at the rate ...
A Pathetic Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
A Pathetic Suicide. A sad story \vas told the iuquest Held on the body of Alice Maud Winspears, who committed suicide by hanging herself on Sunday "morning. The womau residied at St. Peters/ Sydney, with her five children,, the youngest being a baby, and the eldest Xi years. Her husband wjas away, and she had tosupport the family, hut unfortunately could not avoid getting into financial difficulties. This, with the delicate state of lier health, preyed j on her mind. • One .of the boys says that she put the ba,by ■ to sleep before : breakfast,,and then asked him to find his daddy's Strap, Teh mittates later - he went into: the front room and vsaw her hanging by the strap to thel walU She was quite still, so he called to his eldesfe.brbt.her tp/' Come and look at poor mamma." The two boys then called for iassist aicei ~ and a woman cat down the dead body. ; The,police and the woman's: relatives gave the deceased ah exemplary character, saying that she'-way:;- so ill that she could ha...
VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
VESSELS IN HARBOR. Windsor Part, ship, lt'SJ'J tons, Latnbie, master, from Hamburg. Fill wood, ship, 1986 tons, Journeay, waster, from Hamburg Nnwiboy, American barquette, 509 tons, Hollostcd, waster, from Pu&lt;»et Sound Ny raphe, Gorman ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, from Hamburg. Egremrnt Castle, steamer, (A.S.S. Co) 1873 tons. Rus*«,'from Neweasstlo. Time, steamer, (Howard Smith Line), 1670 tons, Brown, from Newcastle via ports. Coasters.—3.s. Dawn, Maldon Luwis. Kliza, Success, Frances, Young Galatea. Britannia, Hawthorn, and Ariel.
As Editor on Matrimony. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
As Hdiior on Matrimeaj. This is how the editor of the Hum boldt (Kansas) Herald recently an nounced his marriage: "Mr. P, A: McCarty (thatV us) and Miss Nannie Fisher (that's more of as) ,wcfe uni ted in marriage Wednesday, July 27, at i 10 a.m. The ceremony was followed by a. sumptuous repast, which we have only a, faint recollection of. Someway. events seemed to crowd on each other then. And God has given us the best earthly thing within His gift. The joy in a sweet wife- is too great to be described—too sacred • to be spoken of." " "
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Alcyone. German 4-masted barquo, 2118 torn. Brims, from Antwerp Sailed October I. 3'J days out. Ashley, steamer, 2297 tops. Webber from Java. To sail. "Arroyo, s.s„ 3,504 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Fremantle. To sail. Asama, steamer, 4205 tons, Newell, from South Africa. To sail. "Aiuana, steamer, 3-112 tons, Carr, from Sourabaya. To sail. Chelmsford, four-masted barque, 2197 ton3, Thompson, from Hamburg. Sailed Oct. 15—21 days out. Mary Augusta, ship, 1,385 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, master, from Puget Sound. Sailed Sept. 7—59 day3 out. Jupiiter. Danish ship, 165J tons, Funder. muter, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 63 days out. J. B, Thoma3, American snip, 1807 tons, Lermond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed August 17, IN) days out. &lt; J. C. Julius, Gei man barque, 1076 tons: from Barry Dock. Sailed August 21, t»4 days out. Pengwern, ship, 1,492 tons, Davies master, from Liverpool. Sailed S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
NYMFilE, from Ham burg. CAPTAIN HfLLMER will uot be responsible For any Debts con tracted by bis Crew without his written authority. FRANCIS II. SNOW, Agent. fITe D G R E Y HAS much pleasure-in informing his tnany friends and the public generally that he has commenced business as ■ AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-BUYER, LAND AGENT, MONEY LENDER, &c.j Ac., Rents aud Debts Collected. Estates Liqnidated or purchased for Cash A action Sales conducted anywhere in the Colony.: Having a large amount of Capital at Command I am prepared to make CASH A DVAKCES on Bills of Sale Freehold or Leasehold Properties Fnrnitarer &c. CllAUnEP. OF^ COMMERCE CHARGES. : A Call Invited FRED GREY. PoitPuie. Bids Discounted daily. A. A, PEARCE & CO.. PORT PIRIE AUCTIONEERS, ACCOUNTANT? LAND, LOAN, COMMISSION, SHIPPING, LIFE, FIRE, AND tf ABINA IHSBBANCB A6EHTS. HOrKIiBBOIil'KS^ \ ALUATOBS Trawifcrj, If erf gages, Leasts, tc., Pre par* Land Selected and Fnrc!«as&...
Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
P«st u&lt;i Teiqpwk "Me«, ■: Pert'Pirlc'i ? - .MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.- * v i Baaines8h6ar8frora830s^ta;till7.30p m 4aily; «*capt Saturdays, -rrhan ifc is opsa from 8-30a.niftill6.3O p.m. ■ \ Monoy .Ordef.Ofic®from 1Q a.m. to 5 jp.in. ' r- ■*- C ■ " - - - ; barings Bonk Agency, from £.3&&.bT. to: J7.30 p,ta.t-8&d on Saturdays till-5.S0ip.cn. I i Tlia. ofacarisTopctt.fbr.a, quarter,; of aa hour for tho rdeliveiy, of &lt; letters"after tho ■ arrival ofth« mailsi every evening. v : Mails- arrive and close aa follows:—>• - abbitAi..— ' . From .Adelaida and; Oiices south , o? Terowi®'at4:40a.ni. """ ~ * ' i From. Adelaide' and iintcymediate; o&ces at455 pro. ! From Broken Hill atlo!l3a.m. ^ i ■; FromPetersbnrgandiu termed iate efices at'10.12 ft.ni. and?.53,p.m. > From Telowjo and Fort Garmem at A p m. , From- Solomontwn at 6.35 a.m., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m:-;i ' . • ; From Nalshaby-^Wednesdays and Fri day s)^as6J20 a.m. ; -' bepaetuebV "...
Commercial Report. Recorder Office, November 5, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
Commercial Report, Recorder Office, November 5,1838. Wheat (Pfc. Pirie) per bashel ... 0 2 8 : Do. (Crystal Brook) ..; " ... 0 -2 . 6 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 2 5 Do.: (Georgetown&taura)"...: 0 ' 2 -'bi: 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 8 Eggs, per dozen ... ... .... 0 0 7 Ham, per lb. -... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. i ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Lard, per lb, ... ... ... 0 0 9 Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 8$ : Onions, per cwt.... ... ...: 0 10 0 | Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 12 0 0 | Potatoes (new), per ton ... ... 15 0 0
A Remarkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898
A BteskaUt:.Bseemy ieem @g&stn&$tio& m its L%sfe . - Steps. - The proprietors of Life Drops hare re* ceired :a -'communication from -'Aire. £ds Oxlade, of > which the" following.' is a* true 'copy/:— • - r. • , " About fiy«> yean ago Ifelliutoa 'decline, and became gradually worse, till, at last:.I began to rough, up blood ^nd matter; Becopa*/ ing - aJaraedt - _l; consulted D,rfi ;Todd,.: of -Ad»iflide, whp'fcold me that XysufFere A from consumption, and; upoa furtSier; examination informed me,that my lungs were. in a; vetj; sbad state, being partinllytestroyed by Bay' complaint.- I was admitted mt » the hospital, •wher»I remained for. nine months, -at . the nend of which time I. was discharged as in i curable. I then consulted XV. Clindenning, also of Adelaidet under whose treatments remained for three months without' improv ing in tho least : m fact the ■ dischargefrom my lung* became' worst*. Dt. Clindenning ^advised achange of diroate; m consequence...