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CITY CHATTER. THE BAROSSA WATER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

CIJY CHHTtEf?. By Twitteb. TIIK |t,YK03SA.WATER SCHEME Doubt is expressed whether 4he Barossa water scheme will pass Parliament. Until last Thursday week the numbers in the Assembly were right, but afterwards they fluctuated. At.first it seemed as if the wbeme^ would be?preferred, but later reports, showed that the tendency was running in the direction of the -£45,000 scheme. The disadvantages of theso schemes is that the former would iuvolve waste when a larger scheme was necessary, and the latter would mean bad and dear~ water. The Labour Party are aouiM fo* tlib quarter-of ajmillionscheme. The export of -frozen slambs has/iptro-; duccd a new foctor in the water conser-. ,yationj proposals- . It is advancing by leaps aha bounds. It means carrying the maximum number of sheep on land ^ops,, musT be" grown. Barossa is especially suitable for the industry: JThe tempore ary defeotibhliri the Assembly was owing to members of the parish pump order, roembeni of the dog-in-the-manger tempe...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

VESSELS IX HARBOR. »v tudsor f'iirk, ship, JCJ2 tons, Lambie master, from Hamburg. - ■Ftihvood, ship, 1986 tons, Journeay master, from Hamburg. Nymphe, German ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, from Hamburg. Tiger, steamer, 2112 tons. Wold, from yapan via Newcastle. Willyama, steame., 1713 tons. Barry from Newcastle. J. C. Julius. German bargue. 1076 tons Law, from Hamburg. ,, A matin, steamer. 2161 ton. .Carr, from Java. Asama. steamer. 2C71 tons. Newell, from South Africa. Coasters—Dawn, Lucretia. Young Gala tea. Xekebee, Lfribes. New Arrival, Phcebe. Ariel. Klizabeth Annie, Annie Brown, Mary. Gambier Lass, Bobert Burns.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Vice-regal Visit to the Protector. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

^ _— - i ¥i«€-rcgal Visit io Hie Pro-J - teeior. ■•■ | Adelaide, Friday Night. A vice-regal party inspected the Protector to-day. War is now hardly soprobaWe. "

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Alcyone. German 4-masted barque, 2418 ton*. * Bruns. from Antwerp Sailed October 1. 13 clays out. Ashley, steamer, 2297 tons. Webber, from Java. To sail. Arroyo, s.s„ 3,364 tons. Glenn, master, from London, via Fremnntle. To sail. Blairmor", ship, 176" tons, from Puget Sound. To sail. Port Denison. steamer, 3435 tons, New man, from Sydney. To sail. Port V ictoria, steamer. 3370 tons. J m man, from Syduey. To sail. Star of Italy, Chilian ship. 157i tons. Wester, from I'aget Sound. To sail. Chelmsford, four-masted barque, 2197 tons, Thompson, from Hamburg. Sailed Oct. 15—days out. " Mary Augusta, ship, 1,385 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, Madden, master, from Puget Sound. Sailed Sept. 7—66 days ont. Jupiter. Dauish ship, 1651 tons, Funder. mailer, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 70 days out. J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1807 tons, Lvrtnond. master, from Hamburg. Sailed A.ij*ust J7, WJ days out. ^iPengwern. ship, 1,...

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Committed for Trial. ADELAIDE, Friday Night, [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Committed tor Trial. Adelaide, Friday Night, j The man Milter, chained with the larceny oc 100lbs. tobacco ft out the ketch Lurline, has been euiumi tted -.for trial. IJail was allowed iu sure ties of £200. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Printed and published by * Chas&es Mevrick and Aukeeo Edward Soma at their OSes Eilcn-stnst. TjtI Piria.

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Animal Play. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Afltmal glay. According to Nature a very inteiestlug bonk has recently ap peared from the pen of Professor K Groo?, which deals with the play of animals, and what it means, Flavwg is natural to young; animals, and- as the love of it is instinctive it is only ieasonabie tosuppose that it has some use other than the mere giving of pleasure. 'As the author says. - It seems a very mistaken proceeding, 10 characterise play as aimless activity, carried on simply for its own sake. Energetic .action may: lie provocative of pleasure, but it- is l»y tip njeans the only source of the pleasure - produced by play." The treatment by a cat of a eaptured;c; mouse is a thing we cannot lool^on with equanimity, arid, yet the cat is far from cruel to its kittens; why, then, should it torture its prey as it does ? The author replies that it is not due to the love of torture for torture's sake, but is owing' to an "instinctive exercise for acquiring skill in the chase, a skill which is later turned to pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

THE ffoward Sniitlf Line. Tie gtawen of this Uo» will sail from Pert Pine as foUows (circumstances permitting) T*e v S.S. DAWK FUBT AUGUSTA / «* EDITHSUEO f rn<laj, »«*• W rOST ADELAIDE J (Passengers end Canjy.) FABESTo POST AUGUSTA, Saloon, 1^8. ft. VrEEBAO£>''7«.ti^'r T» POET ADELAIDE, Saloon, 3Js.: Steerage, lJa. 64. Bow*! Trip ria Augusta, EOiUifctirrfj. ac4 AfoUfafa tacfc togort Pirie, 35a. ^EegalarForfaiiglitlySerrice. MZIiBOUBNE | S.S. ERA HBWCA8TLE anS all j «ATUBDAV, QUEENSLAND J Wor* ,? ROTt.-Uhnl DiiMoatif Ste«a{t bKs t« - <jt*eeas!»ast Forts. West Austrafiirv Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE - ro ■ "> ALBANT r FBEMANTL8 j Mots^r, Kor. 14, Passeasers booked right. Uirou^ls to the Goldfields. AU FreJgbts and Pasiense'rfarea at Lowest Hates. COJLii. CO&l. coal. Bert KooaakoW, Engine, and Blacksmith's COAL •applied a* Loirest * Prices, large oramail quaiiti - tt89» • Tanks and Iroo-Wk Spokes for sale at lowest price*, ftotte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

H. A. ds W. G-OODE, IMPORTERS & GENERAL "STOREKEEPERS. • o Stock as usual, l u-ge and well assorted in all departments. A Liberal-Discount for Cash. See Circulars u ELL 15N-8TBE-E f, PORT P IUJ E, J RailwayGr6nefal Carriers, Cusps, snipping and Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. Adelaide, Port Adelaide, Port Pirie ^ s&iiaia.®®. __ _ _ BROKEN HILL. Goods consigned to us are delivered to Store Doors in the Town and jSuburbs. . ~ WHARF ^AND^5oRAgS^ACCOMMODATION. OFFICE: ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, POFTTPifilE WOODMAN'S PIANOS, PIANOS, ORGANS, QRGANS. ^Tlie Largest Stockto select from in Adelaide.^ Lowest Prices. Time Payments. Woodman's, Grenfel 1-street, Adelaide. Importers of Every Description of M IKSTIUIMTS, 13 I A. KT O B o R G-.A. 3KT0. I X AN C2 ^ AJ €3- 1ST S. (TNT EAST TERMS. EASY TERMS. fe THE POIiYPHON," (The New Musical Bex.) £3 10s. . price lists T&'-y. £20. Catalogues on Application. and Catalogues on Application; NOTE THE ADDRESS— S....

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Consumption: Prevention and Cure. (From the Argus) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Geasuaptioa: Prevention Owe. (From the Arqus ) - At the annual meeting of the Society of Medical Officers of Health, . ; VMel boui!ner^ei« cently, Dr. Jamieson, president of the Society, and health officer to the city of Melbourne, read a paper on" Con sumption : Its'Preventiou and Cure," j in the coarse of which he said that tuberculosis was twice as fatal in Melbourne as in other parts of the colony, and the death rate was one of the heavy penalties which residents of Melbourne had to pay for the sup posed privileges of city life. During the 18 years ended 1897, the deaths I from consumption in Melbourne nlone | numbered no fewer; than 14,377, or just about 800 annually ; and most of ! them during the best and most asefnl j years >of; life, from 20Jta US.'il Was there, he asked, any, necessity for the continuance of such frightful waste of health.ancl life in the most valuable section of' the population ? The answer wasno; most emphatical ly; no. Nothing h id been better establ...

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A Thriving Business. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

: ... A Thriving1 Buuuss. Visitors to the Port and residents here cannot but ho strnck with the splendid display of fancy confection ery,. sweets,; etc., which adorn the windows ; of Mr. JV Badenoch's premises. He lias recently, under the supervision of Mr. G. S. Hislop, of Adelaide, had extensive alt oration? and additions made to the front of his -premises. New mirrors reflect the tasty delicacies exposed for sale, and to add to the effect of the em bellishments which have recently been made by Mr. Hislop the windows are also adorned ; with artificial flovers and shrubs, which act as a pleasing relief to the more gaudy shades of the artist's work. The front of the building has -been beautifully ornamented iu gilt and coloring. and the additional accommodation for exposing goods for sale by lowering the windows must tend to increased trade. The writing in gold leaf is artistically shaded in from three to five tints, and the wheat sheaf in the window fan is a veritable work of art. ...

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The Premier visiting Melbourne. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Tiie Premier Wisiiiog Mel bourne. Apklaidk, Friday Night, i This afternoon the Premier left for Melbourne. <JHe will extend bis stay till Tuesday- next. The Premier will study the factory legislation of Vic ^turia during his stay.

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"Esther Waters" in real life. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

"Usthss W&t§£§" ia real life. A sad stoiy of betrayal was told at the bonth-Western Police Court, when Olive Brooker, aged twenty, a tall, good-looking girl was charged with theft. Mrs. Sweeting, the prosecutrix, said that J ha girl-was' in her service till August Bank Holiday, when she wanted to leave in order to bury her illegitmafe child. After Brooker had left Mi's. Sweet ing missed a pair of boots, which the accused agreed to buy from her, aud some baby clothes the prosecutrix had lent to Brooker for her baby had been pawned. : 7 It was stated that after the "birth of the child the girl's father, who is in a respectable position, discarded her and she had to go into a : Refuge. Home at Reading and put the baby out to nurse. While in the pi-osecutor's service she heard that the child w s being neglected and she : 'hurried; off to see it. The child died and an inquest was held upou it , When Detective Sanders told her the charge, she said, '• I- pawned the things' to .sav...

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Mrs. G. W. Goyder Daugerously ill. ADELINDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Mrs. €». W« ilwyuer llauger ooslv ill. Auklaidk,, Friday Night. ] Mrs. Cfoyder, wife of the Sate Stir vevoi--(Jenenil, -has remained iu an uuconsciou* eonditiun since the death of her husband.

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

(From our own Correspondent.) ' Jfoveuibur 7. Reaping commenced in thii locality a week or so ago,, but.has only rioiv beponie general. I The -yields Viry from f»uiv%«>r five bushels up to 16 bushels' to the acre. The firat load of new wheat -Wis delivered here last week to the S.A. Farmers' Union by Mr. R. H. Satchell, of Narridy. The sample was fairly g<n d, weighing 63 lbs to the bushel. It was of the Hamlyn variety of wheat. arid the crop averages 10-bushels. A- parcel" was; also received from Mr. " R. Pavy, of Hillside, which also . weighed 63, the sample being better than was expect ei. After. a very successful. seas »n ili-s Literary Society has come to a uiVist ignominious conclusion. It has teen, the; custom to wind up. each year with a " toast ijight," aud a strong committee was formed to arrange forJ such a meeting and to draw up thenecessary programme of speeches, ctc. The efforts of the committee resulted in ^ notice that no meeting would be , held—a sorry...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Champion Blood Purifier Probably aH of: our readers know some, thing of George W. \Valker-_pI 62T Bourke St. Surry Hills, Sidney, N.S. W. He gives us this unusual and- most remarkable expeii* «nce: ■ ■; _ . - ■■■ .■ ■■ r • ■ * After being a victim to typlinid, brain and rheumatic fevers in 1©2, my system was left In a debilitated condition, Besides being very: weak I bad numerous abscesses on the lower part of my back and spine from which *a-great number of pieces of bone 'were taken.: As fast as an abscess would appear and was lanced another would form. I was treated at; two differentftospitals without success, the suigeons iri'flUenoahce Informing inetnat I was sufferingfrom blood poisoning.: The abs cesses continued to form and I was never without paia until six months ago 1 was induced to try . =- .* -When I bad taken the first bottle I found an improvement and after finishing twelve bot tles 1110^ feel as well as ever I did in my life. The oldabsccsses bave~aU healed, new ones ...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). A Successful Bore. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

( Fryui oufcraio corns*jioudv n ts). A Successful Bom A uKLAtOE» Friday Kight -' Believers ia boring for water fiod farther confirmation in lite success wfiiehT has attended the boring opera tions, midway betweeu Oydnadatia" awl Hamilton.Creek. News, was I received to-day to the effect tliat * a splendid supply of water liad been struck at a "depth of 1,310 feet. The bore was throwing si jet of water forty feet high, and a supply of 20,000 gallons daily. ~ » -

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The Scene in the Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

The Bceae ia tlig- Assembly. All-night sittings in the Australian Parliaments are almost, invariably associated with scenes more or less discreditable. Our Assembly, is no exception to the rule, members gener ally losing their tempers and their good sense when our masterful Pre mier calls upon them to deprive thenisel ves of' rfired) Nature1 s sweet restorer. 1 uesday s all-night sitting was responsible for a very lamentable I lapse from grace on the part of the member for' Encounter Bay, who used language towards Sir John Downer which he confessed next .day was "only fit for. a Mexican bull ring.'' Such vituperative assaults as that in which Mr. O'Malley indulged are disgraceful,; and; tin worthy even uf aii Assembly: vvhei-e gentlemanly conduct is at a discounts There should be some honour even among members of Parliament, as a Port memberputit the other day, and surely a chosen representative: ;of the: people m'ght find something worthier * to do ' than forrelting out and publish...

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A youthful Husband Sued. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

. I A Youthful iiusbsiiiti Sued, j i Aimi,AtDE. Friday ^ight. The Police Court to-day ordered a 'voatbfal spouse, aged eighteen years, to (oufributo six sbilliugs j»er week towards the support of his wife, aged vixteeu. » ■

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Darling not Playing To-morrow. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 12 November 1898

Harliiig not PSaying To-1 - morrow. Apec.udk, Fiiday Night.; Joe Darling cannot play" in the match to-morrow, as bis youngest child is dead.

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