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An Open Letter. DEAR YEK—You will have seen in [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

1)eak 3Tbk— " — - - Yon will have seen in tho papers ere this readies you that Dr. Campbell died, suddenly on Suoday.: Without any pretensions to brilliancy he; was yet a useful legis lator,; possessed o£ - plenty of energy and a singularly even temperament. He was a bind, good fellow in private life, I believe,, but in manner he always struck me as being a little too bland. •: .. ! The doctor's death causes a vacancy iii the Upper House which a nuaber of people are' reported to be ex tremely anxious to fill. Haslam, vvho is the .uiost: ambitious man of my acquaintance, bat smait and shrewd withal," lost no time in announcing himself, and young Catt, ;of Gladstone, and Claridge,' our Mayor, are re' garded as probabilities. """ • -T * ' * ■■■-''■ * • Claridge is very popular, baviug none of those angularities of char acter that make enemies for men made , pf sterner stuff—-William Goode, for instance. He has made a good. Mayor, and swells: himself out sufficiently to fill a much; big...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Fifteen mile Bicycle Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

p ^i£ts§affi4l9 lisycle Bgad : The secoud road race promoted by the ;Port Pirie Bicycle Club took place on jl Weduesday; and exsited (a good deal of interest. The courae was out past Mr. E/ Brown'sVturning to the. leit, and join ing the; Whim-roadnear the school, aud then back home! through SpldmititoTn. There was a strong wind behind them Hoing outj'but it Wiis a hard ride back, and several of the c impetitors cnwsei the line very tired.: Thirteen faced the starter (Mr.' J. S. Crabb), and were handicapped ris followsjtyai)^ scr.; VV. Hogarth, 3 min. ; 11. Wood, 4; J. J.Gocler, F. Heaslip, 4£; E. Stewart, D. Millard, 5 ; H. Cavinett, 5|; W. OmoncT, 8 ; J. Hudson, 9 j J. Owen3, J. Barrett, 10; A. Gasson, 12. With one exception the lot were dispatched at their respective times.- but through an im fortuuate error Omond wa3 sent , away a minute eirlier than he should have been. They all m ide good time with the wind, Ryan and Hogarth in particular putting in fine work, while the limit m...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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How the Spaniards took the town of Oggersheim. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

gow&s Spaias&s twk tke t«wa ©f ©ggesskem. The little walled town" of Oggers heira, near the Rhine, was in a dread ful commotion. A messenger on horse back had jast arrived with the alarm ing news that Goosalvo de Cordova and bis army were approaching, and in an hour or two would be at the gates. The Spaniai-ds! the Spaniards!": was every where the cry, as the people rnshed hitber and thither. '• Fly for your lives!" Oggersheira, though rather fortnid | able-looking fiom.-'the, outside,- had I practically iio'military defences, and I the inhabitants fully realised that any | attempt to hold out against the in \ vaders wioald be worse ?than useless. ! So gathering up what they Could of their possessiors, they flew for | safaty to Manheiui. : There was or.e person, however, who did not join in this frenzied flight, and that was big Karl Hoffer, the miller. : He stood at the door of ; his cottage, his handsome* face stern and perplexedly i ; "Fly,. Karl; tliey will kill ...

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Horseracubg as a National Sport. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

Stesaeiag as & 2fst ioaal .. ' Spst. (From the Argus.) There is hardlf a sport which can not bo assailed .and Imrdly one which cannot be enthusiastically defended by lis votaries. The emious point about horse-racing, which has its apotheosis in the Melbourne Cap to day, is that, viewed exclusively as a sport, ifcsveriest enemy moat be doinb. WIi«Q Yindi«il ion is -felt necessarj, this is something to fall back upon. It is more by far than can be said of Btrery sport.; TheHug fras condemned as brutal: battue sh<x>ting and iaioe stag banting.have been correctly pro nounced simply contrivances for mak ing yourself unpleasant in the open air. But while certain surroundings of the turf are not unnaturally the subject of criticism, the national sport itself c tmes off scot-free. How else canfd it be patronised by Governors and rulers, or extolled by Chief Jus tices ia the terras employed by Sir John Gladden the other day ? Speaking at the dinner to Sir. Septimus Mill...

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A Prime Minister's Bigamy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

A i>nae Miaister's Bigamy. The "Nineteenth Century" con tains an interesting " appreciation" of Signor Crispi, the Italian Premier, in the coarse of which the story of the " bigamy" jwhich ^clrove jCJrispi from office |ome Jl6 yea^agdis'iqld,:-^ S " In 1853," says the writer, " while Crispi was a prisoner in Turin, he fell in !ove with Rosalia; Montfasson, the pretty daughter of his washerwoman, who brought his linen to his coll. When Crispi left Turin and sought refuge in Malta, Rosalia accompanied him. He was anxious to marry her, but lie had not /th3 money for the necessary marriage fees. A friend informed him. that a priest, who happened to -be pacing" through Malta, would marry the pair without, charge, and, accordingly, the mar ■ iage, as Crispi believed it to be, was celebrated by the charitable priest. The marriage -laws of Malta are peculiar, and even the British subject does not always find it easy to under stand them. Crispi knew nothing of the Maltese.Jaws, and " natu...

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A pathetic Story. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

Daring the early hours of a recent Saturday morning (says a well-known' correspondent, of "Lloyd's") a peculiarly pathetic scene- was wit nessed ih\Holioway road. Two well dressed ladies were ] roceeding in the direction of the station arch, and were jqst passing a coffee stall, when a poorly clad man of about twenty-five darted out, and, snatching away a purse which one -of the ladies was carrying in her hand, made off. Three young men, hearing cries of " Stop thief gave chase, and cap tured the fugitive in Cane grove, leading out of Furlong road/ which the man evidently did not. know - was ; a cul-de-sac. - He begged piteously to let go, saying that he, only stole the pnrse as he was starving. The three young men were inexorable, however, and said they should await, the arrival of the lady whose parse bad been stolen. i ; = V f. > : i On herJ amval the man's raptors j were astonished to see hef 'fall bn her! knees and offer op a prayer for the man's forgiveness. This, was follo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

PwSasseat Hows, - Bris&sse, Nor. s&, iSjj. -R *5*« sw. "rest rtejsws fe» rcsetrias.. ft id iwjetiisg' &c efieas* of, ttnB'iS»feC8a, SMelsiRjwlte': t -» tes&aca&t t lava vttssamt&£td ■&& v«- k> msay ftjasi*,swS tbsr e®»*se! ^ar^nltm <te«fr«d gOtt b&tt£i&s&:~ i». *wr««t»% t&sessSeriag 6wo kkEcs*tod r>-.'T rocbict-j/^GeoacaTfTOSB MA

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The Gladstone United Liberal Association. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Tha <i!a3st$s§ ^aitst £dfes?3& (From oar own Correspondent.) ibe above Association, isrmch was formed in Jane last, is gainingrapid popalarity, the objects of tho Assoetatioa being to bring the electors more cluseiy togtther to discos* leading political questions, and recognising tha approach <>f the general ejections to promote lbs interest of liberalism generally. Numeri cally and financially the Association is s great socce®. At present 11 cao boast of a paid ap membership of e'oac oa two hundred- This, considering tha pop?* lotion of the place and the apathy displayed heretofore, U indeed esceptiou a!ly pieasing to tho promoters of the orgvbizatsun. Tha meetings, whichare lw!d to the Corporation Office ©very alternate Saturday eveoinsr. are always well attended. The leading political qutetions are ably ami thoroughly dealt wiib, and soma real lire debates are : indulged,in. v. Ibeexccutive, who have recently been labouring zea'oualy forming the A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

~ BEST IX THE WORLD m's s * - ' t BTOOT OIL. C* '/=\*:| ":|:^¥ opened aboatj Q y^ars^rr %J\J I 1 L^Cf. ' New;and'Fashionable ',' ^ DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. ' " ' r ' """■ - CQTTii IS A DIRECT IMPQRTEK ■ \ . - - .. ..I , . . • • 1. ' "• 1 • c s . MenV<New Straw• flats.fa^6d, 9(1, !§, .Is-3d/arid.4s.6d.atCottle's. _ Boy's Straw Hats? 4|d, 6d,(Qd,lls^.ls §d3 upto.Sslld at\Cottle's.. Straw ^ats, hundreds to-'select from, the Very latest' shapes; at?,Cjb^ttle'sr- Men s" Shirts? (collars and po^liets^light^ls 1M each^f:worth §#.9$-' at,,Cottle*s.-'?v",MenV Tweeil -; Sjilts^r^'^^i^;; 17s 6d; and j 21s, all sizes, at Cottle's. , Men's Tweed Trousers]'3s lid, 4s lid, and 5,3 6d,-at Cottle's. Good wearers. , 3ff en's? Mole Trousers/ 3s ^6dj 8s ?lid^4sf6d*-igood, wei^its i ^Jicl $infeersf to>iwear :atCords; all/sizes. ; 2s Bd- 2s lid, 3§ i'ld jpatf M«tlie Spot(GashHT^ Is 6jd, Is lid, 2s lid!, ■ alCofele's. " MeA^^s^ere 'S'dcjs^d '•jfefifi1': : Cottle's foriScarfs and Bmces, i6d^j^^l...

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Mr. J. C. HASLAM. J. P., [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Mr. J. G.HASLAM. j.Ps, THE HBEBAt CANDIDATE' FOB THE. NjOETHEBN PISTBICT.

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Port Pirie Corporation. Meeting held Monday, Nov. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

•Pert Sfel"Cifgeratila. Meeting Hold Monday, Nor. 7. f a Prtgelit -^Jhe ^ Mayor, Cr. C^es, Bnnney, Conley, "Kerrison, Wilcher, Walsh, McDonald, arid Lewis, the Town Clerk, Inspector Hawk©, - ancL >Surv|yor Hughes. ;i°:' ' ' '■ V At tlie. invitrvtiou. Ahe^-May oeJjCr. Jfarrelt, of Moonta, was also present. I MAYOn's REPORT. S The Mayor reported that since their last meeting Baroota Creek had been connected: »ithport£irie, and although ' good as fhat">t Beetaloo, it was'a great boon to have -it.. He had received a : communication from 'the authorities'sfatihg th.ib a million gallons perweekwas flowing t hrocigh the pipes.' Instances Iia31)een brought under his notice of ratepayers wasting tbe;wat$r, but it was gazetted that no water -was to be used for irrigation or garden purposesj aiia those offending in this re spect were likely to have their supply cut off altogether. A ratepayer's meeting had been held, and Jt'was rcsolred not "to ajfopt Ifliri ^p^stscTberii8X"Sii ibeih&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Priuted and pablfahed by Chaelbs Metrics: and Aip&bd Ejmfard Senra at their OSes EUcO'Stft&i, Tjft Pm*. H. A. <K -W. GtOODB, IMP0I1TEBS - Jt JffEMAL STOREKBBPBKS. Stock as usual, 1 irge and well assorted in all departments. A Liberal THscouiitfor Cash. See Circulars o— ELLEN-STREET, port P I R J J£, r. BREKFUS & Railway & 'General Carriers, Customs, Shipping and Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. :- r -ABCUlMr - llOllK, P-WW' PlKII -■ = ■ ©arsa.olL BROKEN HILL. Goods consigned to us are delivered to Store Doors in the Town and Suburbs. WHARF AND STORAGE accommodation. OFFICE: ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, PORT PI R IE WOODM A N' S PIANOS, PIANOS, ORGANS. ORGANS. i^Ttie Largest Stock to sclcct from iu Adelaidi1.^ Lowest Prices; Time Payments. Woodman's, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. a & Pi Importers of Every Description- of WSU railZMTS. o m ,o m & ^ m. -ON EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS. :o: " THE POLYJPHONs" (The New Music...

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CITY CHATTER. LAW REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

CITY CHHTTER By Twjttbr. I LAW KEKOBM. . Yet again lib •'Assembly-"-has been tinkering with law reform. No subject is more popular with and puzzling t-« Jay men. Real law .reform is. reform „of the the law, that is t& say consolidation of Acts on aparticuiar.question jwbich run all over thsfcStatutcCBoo^ like stars in the . firmament; conversion of bad common law into good sfatuto'law ; ancf simplifica tion and precision -in tho :.drattiiiiC;"Ot Acta. But this is a Herculean task un suited to Aha average polit icin». For codificationfwe tfiusti thq occasional , man like fleam t» Victoria-*hd tjriffiihs in Queensland, It is not.Sho task which wins cheap applause from Demos. : It is too philosophic, too scholarly, too *ub?,, stantial. 4 Whnt'tidkles the e;irs of1 the- 1 groundlings, with the least trouble is reform akin-loCtmm C«fc^1r» jriurii&lMnv something'.-light and humorous. The legislator is now apublie caterer, heearns his salary by winning votes; ho is toy poor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

TOftfOMO^ Took it as a Child: Now gives It to her own Children. Mis. MabelBoulton of Brisbane, Queens land. has had the following unusual and most delightful experience: " From infancy I was weak and delicate and grew to be anythtng but a robust child. I suffered from debility, no appetite, and the usual consequence of such complaints. But my parents hearing of the health restor ing properties of AVER'S Sarsapam procured some for me and I am happy to say tliat after having taken two bottles I regained health; vigor and good appetite and have not been troubled ever since. I am now married, have a family.of my own, am still, strong and well, and' can. recommend Dr. Ayer's Sar s-.iparilia as a good family medicine.'^ '. For constipation take Dr.'Ayer's Pills. They promptly reiieveandsurely care. Take them ; with Dr. Ajer's Sarsaparilla: one aids the other."

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Harness Blacking. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

liesasss S&e&iag. • >M.D.S.> ftr tlie Ratal. Wprld,. says: —An old, bat very good, recipe for caking harness and leather blacking is as follows—Matfcon snefe, 2 ozs. j beeswax. 6 ozs; white sugar, 6 oss; soft soap, 2 ozs.; powdered indigo, 1 oz. When all have been .melted tegetber and well mixed, add 4 ozs. of turpentine. The_followiiig is a good grease for heavy harness—Melt 3 lbs. of clean beet tallow, melting slowly; and not allowing to get. hot; poor &lowty infeo this 1 lb. of neatsfoot pi}, and stir until the mass'is cold. Much depends upon the stirring'f if done" well, the mass will become thoroughly, amalgamated; otherwise the tallow 'will granulate, and show white specks. It should be soft and smooth. Addaliitlelainp-blact to colour it;

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South Australian Electric Light Company. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Sooth Australian Electric AmelaIDE, rnesday JNigut. The jSooih Aa^Kaliiinj Electrie Light Company have purchased Bar ford's lmlf-acro in Grenfell-streefc Kast, upon which tbey intent! toerecfc electric Hgbf works. 1 The ■ Company intend poshing operations smartly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

Ankle ton Steam, Chaff and Wood Mills. -SOLOMONTOWN bESiLYER Sr I\mOR. Bent CliaS, current rates. Catting done for the Trade; Best quality Wood on Hand. Orders left with Symonds Bros; will i ~ receive, prompt attention. - - ROET. FLETT, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, ELLEN STREET, POET PIRIE H. CHRIS'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. »fc£*BS 4D." PER PINT.' As cool as an iceberg. Best brands of Spirits and Wines always on hand. Superior Accommodation for the travelling public. jLoose boxesV good stabling, and an attentive ostler. BARRIER HOTEL, ;isH"ss®rmW m W H. WALLACE, PROPRIETOR, Begs to notify to the Travelling Public that the house has been thoroughly Renovated and "Refurnished^ . For Ooivenicsice & Accommodation unsurpassed In HA. JACKA'S BEER ON DRAUGHT. i _ I Dark Twist and Plugr : • O IO A. © © O STICKS, 3d. and 4d. PLUGS, 4d., €d., Is i i o o s 0) X Q. 'PARkERJk CO., Fashionable Tailors and Shirt Manufacturers, 6$ King William-Street, ADELAIDE. flew Season's Goods In ail Departmen...

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Why Teeth Deacay. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

|' The question- f o . what extent .the i alkaline earth salts in drinking- water i affectthedeeay (cariesj of teeth has i of late bjen sluJied in several quart [ ers. Statistics have been collected by i-Rese in several localities in Bavaria "and by - Foerberg in Sweden. ^ These have- revealed the,., interesting . fact i that the extent of decaying" teeth i bsars a definite relation to the hard ness of the water; in other words' to the quantity of calcinm and raag nesiumilsalls. in. the earththrongh which the, water passes. The harder the water,'Jlie.'betterjthe teeth ; the stnallen the quantity of these salts the greater the decay of the teeth

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Employment of Local Labor. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

. .... %{ Eniniovmenl oi local Labor. Adklaude, Tu»sday kighk i A large deputation waited, on the Commissioner of Public Works to-day asking him to insist on the employ nieatoflocal labour in the coal-con tract .irith! the; Adelaide; Steamship Company. The t ponanji^oMcrppro-i mi.scd to urge the Company'to fcilfil the terms of their contract.

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The Uses of Turpentine. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898

"S&q t3"ses ef^nsgsatise. Spirits pf turpentine will restore the brilliancy to patent . leu her: Boots and bags Took almost new under its influence. ! Applied to a burn where the skin , is not broken; it-gives quick relief. It sends down the skin of * blister and prevents soreness. Women's white overalls - and artists9 . working aprons shou Id be steeped in turpentine for twenty-four hours before washing to loosen and remove paint. A. little added, to the steeping water (a tablespGonfal to- a gallon) will make linen nice and wlrte. A flannel dipped inJiot water and sprinkled:with tar. entine will relieve hoarseness. This application is also often ordered for the relief of lum bago and rheumatism.. It generally relieves nenrstgia ia.the face. t.^A--fefr-.di^ps-4n Jboxea and cup boards"will' prevent moths. Soak rags in it, and then place n»«r the-holes of mice. Renew the oil from time to time. It effectually drives them away. Add a few drops to- starch to prevent the iron stic...

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