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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Alcyone, Genaan-i-uiast«l b'ai-qUe, 2|1S ton% Brims;""*'from Antwerp. billed October 1. 40 days out. .. • ;; " Ashley, stumer, 2297 tOD9. Webber, from Java. To" sail. 1 Ajroyo, s.s„ 3,504 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Frcmantlo. To sail.1 J Asama, steamer, 4205 tons^ Jewell, . .f£01j>7SaUtJl AfriC^ TO.Bftil.;: 'i^~: Yzf J \ , ^Axiiaaa,* steamer^ 3413 toos^ Carr, fr§m Sourabaya. To sail. .. .. Chelmsford., four-masted barqRe,;2l97 ' tjn3, Thompson, from .Hamburg. Sailfed OetMo—25 days out. ,Marj-Augusta, sbip, 1,385 tonsi'Worden master, frouv the Baltic., To sail. ,- a | John Ena, 4-raasted barque, 2714-tons, Mad«en,» master, from Puget Sound. Sailed Sepfc 7—1)3 days out. t; ' > ? | Jupiter. Danish ship, 1651 tons; Funjier. master, frotn Antwerp.p Sailed Sept. 3, ,67 d&ys'ont; f;ist * ' J. B. Thomas, AmeHca'n'ship, 1J&7 tons, Lcrmond. master, from Hamburg. „ Sailed "August 17, OSdays wilt;" ' ' ;f J. C. Julius, Gei man b«rqu6] l07t5 to...
Cricket. PROPRIETARIES V. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898
FBQPRIKTARIBS V; RAILWAYS. '''y:Vntb".Wd;eio^ptioiis (Edwardsand Collins) the Railways pat the 'same team in the field in this match as that which opposed the Ports da the previous Saturday, reb»le the Pro prietaries also had a goad eleven oat. The day wasjall that coald be de sired for ont&lt;ifK>r amnsemi*nt,battbe attendance was poor. The Railways were the firsfc to bat, bat they^raade i a very po >r show, all beinj* dismissed for a paltry 29. Wood, Hslliday, and ; Wickham pat on half a dozen apiece. andHewitfc went one better, bat five failed to score. Call -gbari got 2 for 14, Sandry 2 for S.CainpbeHl for 9, and Jones 4 for 3, all bowling ■well. H. J. -Campbell and Ogilvy wce . the first Ijatraeii for the Proprieta-ies, and the former contributed 13 nicely before being tak?nby Woodsioff Kerj bat .Ogilvy played ail over a simple I ball from Miller whenonly 9. Sandry J hitbard and well for 18, aid then; Wicklsara. who was"; fielding nicely, brought off a gopd catch....
VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898
r > VESSELS IN HARBOR,:S f f «indsor Park, ship; 1692 tons/ Ijambie, master, from _ Hamburg. : Fnlwood, "ship; ■ 19S61 t6ns; »:^6ti*rn#ay master, frolii'Hai&T>arf£' ■* * f i ■ ^ ; Nowaboy, American barqnotte, o9& ions, Moi Jested, master. from . Pag«t Sound Njmpho, German ship, *2076 tons, -Kito«rtfcomHamburg. -./> 'n :Vv^? * yapsui via Xem&atW ; - it ) "Willyama, steame., 1713 tons, Barry frgnrSdwcaatla^ r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898
Do you want Consumption ? We are sareyoado net. Nofeodywanta it. Bet it comes to many taoosanda every . year. It coses to those whofeara had ■ eocgbsaEd colds unto tits throat is raw, ami, lbs lining membrace of the hags is is fiamed. Stop yccr coagh wbea it first ap- - pears, and yea removet&e great dangefof fntnre trouble. "*'"*» - ' AYEB'S ctops eoagiis of oO kiads. It do®3 bo bscassa it is a sootMag sod fcealingrsaody ofgreat power. Thi3 oa&es H the greatest preren tire to coassrsptioa. IS is cot a ijcestioH of many botUss anfi large doses. A few drops will often casks 3 ccopTeta cure. Doa'tneg WtyrrarcoEgh: yoaeanaot afford to rea the : risk. Ajefs Cherry Pectoral will eoo&a your raw tlowstandqaietyosrMasj^langs. ' limrt of ctetpteliatoa. See that the nam*: I - A f»rt Clicrrv Fectoni. fs Unm tn the itbn o! | «th MOe;' *nt op In bugs sad small bottles, v .' Fes t&s ^ctblie 3ss@£t. From Quiz and The Lantern. I wish to slate, for the information of ...
A Rough Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898
The steamship TimeJofitheHoward Smith line, arrived in Pine frbni New castle oil Friday lasfc: The following is thereportof the voyage: —''Left New castle on October 27tb with a fresh north westeriywind. Cleared the Nobbys at 6 a.m. Experienced fine clear weather and northerly wind which shortly after veered to thasouthward. Passed Sydney Heads at 11:30 a,ra, same day, and Montague Island atl.30a.m.on the 23tb. Wind blew with moderate force till rounding Gabo at 11.30 a.m. on 28th, when it shifted to sou'-west. The glass then began to fall rapidly, and the weather beganto show signs of a change for the. worse. With/nightfall the wi/d and sea increased, and ere daybreak a strong gale was blowing from the west, raisins a veryhijjh sea. Vast Quantities of water were shipped, and at times the whole deck was submerged. Still In creasing as the yessel neared the Promon-1 tory .it seemed as if the force of the gale would bring her to a standstill. How ever, steam triumphed,_ and the Promon...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898
[Br Viator. 1 A sailing match for £5 aside has been arranged to take place on the 19th inst. between the Intrepid and The Dingo; The latter is practically a new boat, but both are about; of even keel. > - The course decided, upon is round • the tenth light niid home, a distance of a'jout- fourteen tuiles.- Mr. I.' Kimbley will saii his 'own boat, while either Mr. E. Pavlich or Mr. G. Lushwill handle The Ding >. Mr. J.Tait will act asona of the judges. The match has bceu spoken of for some time, and is attracting a good deal of i-iterest.: • . - . lb is said that Mr. Albert Miller h-is purchased Carbinier and Himespun from Mr. O'Shannassy, Australianhorses are still doing well iu England, Merman having wou "two races since the Cambridgeshire. I be lieve there is a good prospect of a strong syndicate being immediately formed with' the intention of raciug a dozen or so Aus tralian horses- in Kngland and France, Messrs. Forrester, Dangar, and Kelso are takingan active interest iu ...
The Coming Utopia. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 November 1898
Jim Momney (the Worker says^ has a letter to hand this mail from W. J: Bennett, some time of Queensland, late of White Cliffs, and now r f CoJonia Cosme, Paraguay, South America. His sheiring and miiiiug mates will he glad to learn that Bill is comfortably settled in his new home, and likes the country, the climate, and the life; and, to use his own words, " both: he and his wife find Cosine all and more than they dared hope foi. Cosme and its Commnnism is just the 'best that earnest pooi people can make-it, and those who believe in it can come along snftsly, and all their lives work to make it better It is scarcely worth seeing idly, ot for a little change, but for a lifetime it's the only possible home f:ir those who know of it. Only dis aster which might reach big countries cm hart our food or housing, and both are almost good enough for hetlth and strength. Only disaster nnknown and nnforseen can stay C jsme's growth " Bennett says Cosine Bhonid have SO families for every, oue a...
Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
The Champion Race of the North- J Western Janioi Homing Society was flown from Coonalpyn, a distance of 212 miles air-line, on Saturday last, when about thirty birds competed.; The winner arrived boms shortly after 3 p.m., averagiug a velocity of a little over 900 yards per minute, the other placed birds following in close order. Master Clark is to be con gratulated on bis win. The race was j a surprise to many, few thinking that it would end as it did. The result; was as followsH. and L. Clarke, I; G. Goode, 2; H. Brimage, 3; with the majority of the others close up. The next event of the North Western Homing Society is their Champion Race, which is to be flown fi-om Melbourne, a distance of 505 miles air-line. This is the longest race that has ever beeu attempted in the. colony, and all those who are interested iw the racc will no doubt join in wishing them success. The birds were boxed up oh Monday last, when owners sent about 50 birds. Some of the members have the idea in their ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
We never did : bat ws have seen lie cJotbingat this time of the year so covered with dasdrsff that it looked asif it had bees oaVmareguIar SBOwstona. No ated of Ibis ssowstorra. As tbe summer sun troold melt the falling snow, so will „ Agers fl& Vigor fflcU these ttakes of dandrnJ in tire scalp. It goes farther than this: it prevents tfceir fnRsatME. *■ It has still oUser properties: it will restcro cvtor to gnf hair ia just tea oat of ercry ten cases. A&ditdces c\*?3 more: it feed? and nour ishes the Tools of the hair. Tbin hsir be " onaes thick lair; aod short hair be-coaea fcsg hair. rSSPA£E> BT Dr. J.e> Ajet & Ccv, LoWdl, Mas,U.S.A*
Cricket EARLY CLOSERS V. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
Cricket EAKLY CLOSERS Y. RAILWAYS. Jui B|ileadid f Weatber these teams tried conclusions on the Recreation Grounds last Wednesday afternoon in the pteseace of a very moderate number of spectators. The Closers bad their fall strength oat, but their opponents bad to play three subs. They were the first to bat, Michael j and Wickbam being the first to face Simpson and Nuoan. Both played keeps, but after Michael bad; reached doable figures he was smartly stumped by Green. Wickharn contiibuted 13 before he vv&s cauglib in the long field off Simpson, bat Wood was never at borne to the bowling while registering 11. The best innings of the side was undoubtedly the 16 not out compiled by Giil. lie plays very straight, has a fair number of strokes, and will be a hard man to get rid of. - Tho rfr. mainder did little, the total only reachiug t>G. iStraiige t-j say, the two leading bowlers — S. Simpson and Nunau—- were not successful, the former's only victim costing 19 runs, while Nu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
POTTI P Hasjust opened abont Q r^aCAC 1 New and Fashionable OU vddvb 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 lid at Cottle's. Straw Hats, hundreds to select from, the yery latest shapes, at Cottle's. Men s Shirts (collars and pockets—-light) Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Suits—-real good wearers—15s lid, 17s 6d, and 21s, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lid, 4s lid, and 5s 6d,at Cottle's. Good wearers. ■yen's Mole Trousers,3s 6d, 3s lid, 4s 6d, good weights a-nd clinkers to wear at Cottle's, Men's Cotton Cords, all sizes. 2s 6d. 2s lid, 3s lid pair at the Spot Cash "Draper's—Cottle's. Men's Undershirts and Pants, Is, Is 6d, Is lid, 2s lid,. at CotUe'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 eaehv ...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
[Br Tiatob T Mr. Hughes was punctual with tlie. weights for the North-Western Jockey CluV meeting, vhich lakes place on Wed nesday next. Zulu heads the list in the First Hurdle Race with li st. 9 lb., and if he misses at Gawler on Monday 1 suppose will be brought. : He may be reserved for the Handicap, but with a s'art here 1 cannot see anything likely to beat the Rokeby—Adversity gelding. Petrel is said to be pretty siBart, but has plenty of weight Still, there is little to beat, and for this reason Simple Joe may be given a chance. Levanter, on recent performances, has not much hope, but Armidale at 9 st. 8 lb. capnot be overlooked, as she. has fair pace and can jump. Beualong and Darkio were tried the other day, the latter getting home in front, and it is not likely the positions will be reversed in the race. Banana is nut much fancied. I.will- have another opportunity of dis cussing their pro&pec's before the meet ing is run, but at present 1 like best the chances of Zul...
Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
Railway Tine-table. Passbhsbr Tbaiks ysok Post Pibib t« Abblaisb.' ' To Adelaide, TiaPetereburgaRdTereiTie . Elian-StreetStation&V€50 a.m.; Central ; Station at 7 a.m. . j To A3©lkide,' Tia TJlyfch and Gladsteao. | Ellen-Street Station-at10.20 a.m.; Oontra . -?tatioiiAfc 10.89 a.ai. J . TO: Brokan Hill, Tia Petersburg and (.Terowie/ , Ellen-Street Station" at 4.4® ■ -pirn. ; Central Stafcisn a4 4.50 p.tfl. | T® : Adelaide, Tia Petersburg,j frem j Central Station enly, mixed train at 19.59 p.m.- .... i, ;■ t. ARRIVALS. I ' Frem Adelaide. tiW Tereme and IPeters- . 1 burg te CentralStatien enly, mixed trais | at4_40a.m. i \Fiam Broken "Hill. and^^Terevfie Tia Petersburg. C6ntral8tafoenaVl®.4 a.Hj.; - '. Ellen-StreetStatien at', 10.1 jta'.m. - From Adelaide Tia Bly th .and Gladstone. Central Sfeatiai| at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Stati©H«t4.55-p.m._ *5,-1 » W' jFreidTmoM#,^at^barff/aifdflCorthern; System. CentrSfStatien at 7.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station'at 7.53 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Piric. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
P®k aid' felegrap fp@rl Psric. MAIL A1LEANGEMENTS. Bus ib oss hours from 8.39 aim. till 7.30p ra daily, except: Saturdays, -when it is opoa from 8.30 a.m. till 6.30 p.m. - MoneyQrder QfSco from 10 a.m. S p.m. barings Bank Agency, froa g.SOa.ra. to 7,30 p.m.Vand on Saturdays till 5.80 p.m. >- Tha ofiice .ig open fcraquarterofaa hour for tho .d^liYary of, letters after tha Arrival of the mails ;er«ry evening. Mails arriveandcloseasfollows:— 1&B1YAL. From; Adelaide and Gfices south of Torowic at 4.40 a.ra. From Adelaide and-intermediate oSces at 4.55 p.m. ' ""• . ' From'Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m;:r From Petersburg and intermedials slices at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53-p.m. . From Jolowie and Port Germein at 4 i p.m.- ' -■■■ ■ . ■■ * i From Solomcntown at -6.35 a.ra., MS a.m., and 4.16 p.m. . : &lt; . i I From Nelshaby- (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6;20 a.m _ - - , BEPABT0BB; • • For Adelaide and intermediate ofices at ;10.5 a.tn- and 4.25 p.m. For Adelaide and offices south c...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
smtzsms imwB, Pott Piritt.—Latitude. 33 dei*. II min. S-; Longitude, 138 •If?;*. i min. B. ABKIVALS Nov. 9—J. S. Julias, German barque. 1070 tons, I»ivv, from Hamburg. Cargo — U5*> tons coke and 74 tons spelter BJf.F. Co." Nov, ii—Autana. st«imer. 21GI tons, Cair, from Sotirabaya. In Irallast. W. U. Cave & Co, agents. Nov. y—N«»leebe*f, steamer. 98 tons, Benton trom Port Tiirton. Cargo—Flux. Nov. 'J—U ribes, hulk, (in tow of Nek-ebee) from Port Turton. Cargo—Flux. Nov. 9 —- Sew Arrival, ketch. 24 tons, Harwatroff. from Tiekera. Cargo— FlUX. ■■ Nor. 10—Ariel, ketcb. 4t> tons, Soffett, from Tiekera. Cargo— Flux. Nov. 10—Mary, ketch. 33 tons, Hosier from Wallaroo. Cargo—Flnx. Nov. 10—Phoebe, ketcb. 20 tons. Mike from Port Augusta. Cargo—Flux. Nov. 10—Robert Burns, ketch, 45 tons liuion. from Tiekera Cargo— Flur. Nov. 10—(Jambier Lass, ketcb, 4ti tons, D. A. Dineen, from Wallaroo. Cargo — Flux. Nov. 10 — Asama, steamer, 2671 tons. Newell, from South Africa. In ballast....
The Mohawk's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
She Mohawks Goaesst. The saying thai "there is nothing new under the sun " will not hold water.when applied to the side jokes, conundrums, and general inski - up of the Mohawks at their concert 011 Wednesday evening. As the title of the c tiupatiy implies they aroaband of bunii-oirk artists, and^ to nil exposition of iie^ro minstrelsy the first half of the programme w.is devoted. A full hous«} greeted J the rising of the curtain, which exposed a tastefully decora ted stage. Fla^s «f different nations were here aud there dnped uith perfect harmony as to c. J--rs, while pot plants and evergreens rendered a pretty effect nearer tho footligh s. Part I. was opened by an m eiture l>y Sir. H. M. Blake, and then followed the chorus "Dixie" by-the full streugth «>f the company, wh'ch included Messrs J, Bond and Ilowortl: (hones), and E. Roberts and B. Wickhatu (tambos. The rendering of " Dixie " augured well for a lively evening's: amusement. Mr. C. P. Caterer followed by singing " Sim...
A Remarkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
4 Bssev&y &em Sesfmmpfcioa im it3 Lwt itagas. The proprietors of Life Drops Lave re ceived.-a communication from Mrs.. Eda Uxlade, of which the following is a true copy:— " About fire years ago I fell iuto a decline and became, gradua'ly worse, till at lust; I beganto cough up blood and matter. Becom ing a'armtd I consulted s Dr. Todd,.-:;of Adelaide,who told me thatil .suffereir frorb consumption, and upon further. examination informed mo that my lungs were tn a' very bad state, being partially destroyed by my complaint. I wavadmitted-int > the hospital, wher»L remained for nine months.- at .the end of which time I was discharged as in curable. I thpn consulted Pr. Clind«nmng, alto of Adelaide, under whose treatment I remained for three; months without improv ing in the least; in fact the discharge;: from my lungs became worse. Dr.: Clindenning advised a change of climate, in consequence of which we removed-to I'ort Augusta. The change did not benefit me, and upo...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898
DEPARTURES. Nov. tl — Spindrift, ketch, 71 tons. D. : L>inmi. for Fort Lincoln. Nov. !> —Adonis. ketch. for Black Rock. Nov, «i. — Vivid, ketch, for Point Kiley. N'ov. 'J. — JJr.ui^hton, ketch for Tiukura. Nov. 9 —Wilpena, ketch, for Point Web Hng. Nov. 1)— Yutui^ Chief, kctclt, for Port Hroughton. Nov. 20—Lapwiug. ketob. for Port Brougb ton. Nov, lu - - .Mary Jane, ketch, for Port ttroughton. Nov. It— Xowslioy, burijuett, •jO'J tons, MoHested, fur Honolulu via Newcastle. In ballast. N&lt;v. 12—Dawn. ^U-unter, &lt;i'J& tons. Heaney for Port Adelaide via Ports Germcin and Augusta. Cargo — General. Passengers — Messrs Ede, Saddler, Pi'jH*. Caterer, Sirs. Speed. Miss Cotton and Miss Huberts in the sab>oiiT and y in the steerage. Wm Howard Smith & Sons, agents.