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Laborers for Bundaleer. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Laborers (or ISundaleer. Ai-klaidk, Tuesday Night The Government are sending fifteen labarer* to the Bundaleer water works to-morrow.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Cteoaic XacLigestio and Stomach Troubles Cared. DR. WILLIAMS' pink pills heartily; praised. The account of the sufferings and recovery of Mr. R, Halkefct, of 354 Bourke Street, Sarry 'Hills, Sydney, will be read with interest, this gentle man having been for years a martyr to chronic indigestion, He stated re cently to a reporter " I have been a great sufferer for,,years from chronic indigestion, and until lately been quite unable to find, any relief for this dis tressing complaint. I am now, as yon see, fairly well advanced in years, being fifty-five next birthday. I have spent pounds and pounds upon doctors, and also a great deal of moi ey in so called remedies W liatever -I swal lowed appeared to disagree with uie, although by my doctor's advice I followed a carefully-regulated diet. 1 got so weak that I could; not even lie in bed with comfort, but would be in very great pain. Everything I ate turned hard upon my stomach, and hurt me greatly. ^ I also suffered from a cough and vo...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Port Pirie Professional and Business Directory. A D STEAMSHIP COMPACT ^ Shipowners, etc., Ellen-street, D. B. Young, Manager. jlRADLEY & SHERIDAN, Boot MamT» q i ,™8"! etc., Alexander-street. J. B. would, Manager. " BA^IEEHOTEL,Ellen-streefc.W.fe. Wallace, Proprietor. rjI^BIDai&SONS, S.F., Importers and V General Drapers. EUen-street. : : . a -Life Drops Dopot, Waterworkatotra. ^ OTTLB,' W«, Cash Draper, jEIIen-BtreB. ! ^ORNI^H* B.} Bookseller, Statiener, end V -Newsagent, Elian-street. jPlOTTLE, S. C., ironworker, etc.. Alex \J anaer-atreet. D® Jt MAGOB, Solomonlownj xJ Chaff and Wood Merchants. ; " D^ef' Solicitor,etc., Alexander-; IjETT, B., Watchmaker and Jeweller . ..Ellen-street. = . S^DEBAL~BOOTCOMPA.NY, Boot i -Manufacturers, Ellen-street G^^X* - Pred, - Auctioneer. Commission. Agent, &c4, Ellen-street. ' 4 (^.OODDTG, H. A., Blaefesmitb, etc.,^ y Norman-street. Port Pirie. i ' A* & W., Importers and M General Storekeepers, Ellen-street. HBEEN....

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Workmen's Compensation Bill. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Workmen's Compensation Bill. Adelaide, Tuesday. Nigbt. Mr. Kingston has moved the second reading of the Workmen's Compensation Bill, and daring lhe discussion which took place Mr. Solomon hinted that the operation of the Bill would possibly have the effect of closing down the smelting works* of the colony.

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

smssmQ imws. Port Pirie-—Latitude, 33 dej». 11 min. S.; Longitude, 138 de». I mm. E. AKBIYALS. Nov. 1- —Lady Daly, lore and aft schooner 05 toes, Heritage, master, from Tiekwa- Car;»o—Flax. Nov. 12.—Mary Webster, schooner, 62 tons, G. Car* well, from Port Adelaide. Car<40—bricks and general. Not. 12.—DLitjella, schooner, 84 tons, K. | ♦ Clarke, from Port Adelaide. Cargo— bricks and general. I Nov. 12—Sir W. Foster, ketch, 29 tons, 1 Popo, froia Port Augusta. Cargo —Flox. Nov. 12—Itawthom, ketch, 54 tons, Baker from Tickera. Cargo—Flax. Nov. 12.—Maid of Australia, ketch, 45 tons, Carver, from Port Lincoln Cargo—Flux. Nov. 12.—Eliza, ketch, 29 tons, from Kangaroo Island. Cargo—Flux. Nov. 13.—Dovedale, steamer, 1830 tons, D-rby, from Newcastle via Port Ade laide and Wallaroo. Cargo—700 tons .c~k»1. Adelaide Steamship Co., agent. Nov. Hi —Zulu, steamer. 1784 tuns, F. Soiitb, from Cape Town. In ballast. G •»>- Wills & Co.. agents. Nov. IX—Fort Victoria, steamer, 210...

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Long Hours at Port Pirie. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Lonsr flours at Port Pirie. At»fc.'LAu>K, Tuesday Night KcpJjing to Mr. Wood in Wio Assembly the Commissioner of Public Works admitted having re*d a letter in the press referring to the long hoars worked at Port Pilie.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

DEPARTURES. Nov. 1:2,—I'hoebe, ketch, for Port Augusta Nov. 12.—Elizabeth Annie, ketch for Wal laroo. Nov. la.—Robert Barns, ketch, for Tiekera. Nov. 12—Gambler Lass, ketch for "Walla roo. Nov. /'.—Tiger, steamer, 211G tons, "Wold, for United Kingdom via Sydney. Cargo—1675 tons Block 10 tailings, 521 tens Junction Mine concentrates, Australian Metal Coy, W. 11. Cave & Co., agents. Nov. 13, - Willyama, steamer, (A.S.S. Co.'s line) 1713 tons. Barry, for Sydney via Melbourne. Cargo—1100 tons lead, Broken Hill Proprietary Co.; 420tons concentrates, W. R. Cave & Co.; 25 tons flour, Adelaide Milling Co. Ade laide Steamship Co., agents. Nov. 15—Investigator, steamer, for Port Adelaide via Port Augusta. Cargo —wool and sundries.

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). Intercolonial Cricket. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

TELEGRAMS. (From oar o*n correspondents). Sotereolouia* Cricket Aoel.\ii>k, Tuesday Nigufc. In today's match the follompg scores were made ;— Lyons ... ... ... 3S Hill ... ... ... 86 Jar-vis ... ... ... 19 Oiffen ... ... ... 2 lieedrnan ... ... ... 3-3 Peters ... ... ... 18 Jones ... ... ... 42 Kvans ... ... ... 21 Chiuner, not out ... ... 37 Hugo ... ... ... 0 3li;KeuzM? ... ... ... IS Extra* ... ... ... 11 Total 330 Itt the Victorians' second innings the scores were—• MeAfister ... ... ... 0 Bruce, not out ............. f» Wilson, not out ... 6 Total, one wicket for 11

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Angletori Sifeam, Ghaff and Wood Mills. —SOLQMQNTOWN.— DE/ILVER ir ftHQOR. Best : Chaff* current rates.« Cutting ■\ done for the Trade. Bestqnality ■ Wood on Hand. Orders left with Symonds Bros, will receive prompt attention. ROBT. FLETT, WATCHMAKER AND . JEWSiiLEHj ELDEN STREET, PORT. PIBIE H. CHRIS'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. ao^2». PEE PINT. As cool as an iceberg. Best brands of Spirits and Wines always on liand.:; I Superior Accommodation for the travelling public. Loose boxes, good stabling, and an attentive ostler. BARRIER HOTEL, W H. WALLACE, PROPRIETOR, Begs to notify to the Travelling Public that the house has been thoroughly RendYated and^ Reiiirritskedi For €onvenicnce & Accommodation UDSBrpassed In S.A. BmR O'N DRAUGHT. Dark Twist and Plug T O B j@L, O O O • STICKS, 3d. and 4d. PLUG S3 4d., €d., Is _ , — : j PARKER & CO.,. Fashionable Mors and Shirt laimMiirers, 66 King William-Street^ ADELAIDE. flew SeasonsGoods In ail Departments, ■■/ :o: Write for Samples a...

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ABELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

l&ilwayTime-itiMe. Passengek Teains kbok Poet Pibie to Abklaibs. To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Terowie Elian-Street Station at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. 1 To Adelaide, via Blyfch and Gladstone. I Ellen-Street Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra i station at 10.39' a.m. To Broken Hill, via - Petersburg and Terowie; Elleu-StreetStatian. at 4.40 pari. } Central Station at 4.50 p.m. - To ■ Adelaide, via Petersburg, from [ Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 i p-m. I.-..- -ABB1VALS. [ ' From Adelaide, via Terewie and Peters I burg to Central Station only, mixed train at440a.m. _ ..... . . From Broken Hill," and Terewie via Petersburg. Central Station at 16.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station at-10.13 a.m. From Adelaide via Blytb 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 p.m.; - Ellen-street Station at-7.53 p.m.

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Piric. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Post and Telegraph ©SSee, P@rt Pirie. MAIL AEBANGEMETTS Business hours from 8.30 a.m.till7.30p m daily, except Saturdays, when it is open from S.SGa.m.till 5.30 p.m. Money Order Office 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 5.80 p.m.. The office is open for a quarter of an hour for the delivery of letters after the arrival of the mails every evening. Mails arrive and close as follows:— . ' A&BIVAXu - Prom . Adelaide and Offices 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 andPort- GermeiH at 4 p.m. : v ; ; From Soloinontown. at 6,35, a.m., 9.15 a.mij arid 4.15 p.m.? • From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m ■■;■■■■ DEPARTURE. . ' - For. Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m:. For Adelaide and offices south cf Terowie at 10 p.m. • For ...

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Cricket. PORT PIRIE ASSOCIATION V. NORTHERN AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

■- 'Cfcadfaafci^'V."'" PORT PIRIE ASSOCIATION V. NORTHERN AREAS. In beautiful weather the annnal match between the above Associa tions was played at Caltowie on Monday. The Pirics at the last rainnte had to pick up two substitutes to complete their team, which had already been weakened; through the absence of several prominent players. However, an eleven was got together, and on arrival at their destination wei e met by several players and enthusiasts. Phil Lee won the toss from Goss and elected to have first nse of the splendid cement pitch, taking Connor with him to open the innings, Simpson and Sandry being entrusted with the bowling. Sandry got one past ConnOr early, and bis captain touched one from the same bowler when he was 13, and was nicely taken by Pimlott. A. Lee contributed a sound 25 before being caught by ^Turpin off Scotcher. Burton looked like staying, but a splendid catch in the slips by Nuuan off Sandry ended his career. Catt played a useful innings for his side, m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

5.3. THE fjoward Smift] Line. The Steamers of this line will sail from Port Pirie as follows (circumatances permitting) Ft y S.S. DAWN FOBT AUGUSTA / p ~ EOITHBUEG t Friday, fco*. IS, PORT ADELAIDE J O^tensere and Canjo.1 i'ABKS:—To POKT ACOUSTA. Saloon, 12s. S. STEEBAOE, 7*. 64. T® POST ADELAIDE, Saloon. 30s.f Steerage, tin. &J. lieand Trip ria Atiyusfa, Edith bnrgb. and Adelaide lack to Port Pirie, 35s. Eegular Portnightly Service. MELBO0BXE j S.S. ERA HT0NEV i giTTnzDAV NEWCASTLE ana all | SATmtfAl, QUEENSLAND Forts j Aor. v. NOTE.—liberal Discount ofi Steerage fares to Queensland Ports. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE ALBANY 1 FBEHANTLE j Tuesday, I* or. 15. Pa^scnjere hooked right through to the Goldfieldu. At] freights and Passenger fares at Lowest Bates. COAL COAL. COAL. Sest Hensehold, Engine, and Blacksmith'* COAL ■applied at Lowest Prices, large or small quanti ties. 409-galton Tanks and Iron-bark Spokes for sale at lowest prices. Fa...

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CENTRALS V. PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

CENTRALS V. PORT P1R1E. ; These teams met for fcbe first time this season on Saturday, victory rest ing with the latter. For the Centrals LilJywhife led the way with 14, Tronneiy coming next with 12, while Briniage made one less. The total reached 58, to which the Ports; re plied with 152 for 9 wickets. Wil liams played a good innings foi* 49, and Manifold remained not out with 42 to bis credit, Carlile was the only other to reach doable figures, and he was dismissed in the last over. Scores—; CENTKAIS. H. Trennery, e Piralott, b Carlile ... 5 Mitchell, b AYhitelaw... ... ... 1 B. Trennery, b Carlile ... ... 12 Milbourne, b Manifold ... ... 2 Lillywfcite, not out ... ... ... 14 Ede, c Pimlott^ b Manifold 3 Brimage, b Hicks ... 11 Mortimore, b Williams ... • 5 Owens, b Williams ... 0 Dorer^b Williams ... ... ... 0 Mackay, b Manifold ... ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... 6 Total ... ... ... PORT FIB IE. Hicks, b Mitchell ... ... McLean, b Mitchell ... Geddes, b Mitchell ... ... Caterer, b Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Did yon ever see one? It is a3 playful and harmless as a kitten. Yon might have one with you for weeks and not suspect danger. Bat, beware! Some day it will surely spring, and the fight for life is at hand. It is jnat so with a cough. Yon may cany one with you for weelra and not think of danger. Bat the danger is there. Some day the fight will be on, and it is a question which will win, Consumption or You. Ayor's Cherry Perioral promptly cores all baby coughs: fat it can-/ . not always core the foil grown coughs of the most advanced stages of disease. Yet even here it will bring comfort and ease. Then use it early for acute colds/ coughs, bron chitis and all pulmonary troubles. ' Beware of chop Imitations. Sec tliat the Raise. Aycr*s Cheny Pectoral,!» blown ,in the plassot each bottle,: Fnt Bp In large andnaall bottl«S. H. A, iz W. GOODE, IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Stock as usual, lnrge and well assorted in all departments. See Circulars ; —— -o '' y ■. ELL E N - S T ...

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Logislative Council Election. NO. 4 NORTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

■'SO. 4 NORTHERN DISTRICT. Messrs HasLim and Tennanfc addressed about 200 electors in the Institute Hall on Saturday evening. The Major of Port Pirie (Sir. G. F. Clartdge, J.P.) occupied the chair. The Mavoe iu his opening remarks they had assembled to listen to the views of the candidates for No. 4 North ern District. The vacancy had been caused by the death of the Hon. Dr. Campbell, who he might say had repre sented the division fir the past twenty years, and the news of whose death was re ceived with the deepest regret. The deceased legislator had had a grand record, and was a personal fnend of his. He felt that the district and the legis lation of the colony had lo3t iu htm a good and grand man, and he was sorry that the election should have been caused by h's death. The family of Dr. Campbell had the deepest sympathy of the .wbolo of the district in their greac loss. He (the speaker) was sorry there was not a larger attendance, bat there was not the slightest doubt that before ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

A Great Sufferer from General Debility and Weakness Says p SAVED HER LIFE. : We give below a testimonial from Mrs. M. Cracknell of Hilton, So. Australia, who Also sends us her portrait; " Some two years ago I was suffering from general debility, weakness, etc., and was so HI that 1 thought I never would be well again. I had the advice of two medical men and took much medicine, but I derived no good what ever. My husband was telling a mend -how very ill I was and this friend toldhim to get forme Iyer's Sarsaplila He <liil so and I took three bottles. I felt a great deal better. I continued taking it and fu all I tooK eigne nottles and was able to resume my household duties as well as I ever was. I feel sure that Ayer's Sarsaparilla was the means of saving my life. I strongly re commend it to anyone who is suffering as I did and if they will only persevere in its use I feol positive it will cure them," For constipation take Pr. Ayer*s Fills. They promptly relieve and snrely...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Has just opened about New and Fashionable DRAPERY AND CLOTHING 80 Cases IS A DIRECT IMPORTER. Men's New Straw Hafcs at 6d, 9dj ls/ls 3d,and Is 6d at Cottle's. Boy's Straw Hats 4t|d, 6d, 9d, Is, 3s 3d, up to 2slid 21s, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lid, 4s lid, and 5s 6d, at Cottle's. Good wearers. Men's. Mole Trousers, 3s 6d, 3s lid, 4«s 6d, good weights and clinkers to wear at Cottle's, Men's Cotton Cords, all sizes; 2s 6d. 2s lid, 3s lid pair at the Spot Cash Praper's—Cottle's. Men's Undershirts and Pants, Is, Is 6d, Is lid, 2s lid, at Cottle'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 eaeh. If you want really good serviceable Knicker Suits, see Cottle's, 2s lid 3s lid suit. For really up-to-date and Choicest Millinery, see Cottle's, the latest styles at lowest prices. Cottle's Milliner, one of the best obtainable in the City. One trial wil...

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A Legal Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

A Legal Oplaioa. The following is the opinion of Mr. Co^inger, who was asked by the Corpora tion to give ah opinion on the matter :— ' I am requested to advise:— ^ 1. Whether the Corporation of the Town of Port Pirie or the Jomraittee of the Institute is legally: entitled to .the ;• control and management of the Institute. 2. Whether the said; Corporation .would, be justified as trustees and Mortgagors in retaining the management and control of the Institute buildings (other than that portion used as a library and reading room) until their liability as mortgagors has been liquidated. With regard to the first question, I have referred to the Acts of Parliament of 1883 and 1888, also the regulations adopted at a meeting of the: subscribers on the 12th October, 1883, which are still in force, and to the Declaration of Trust executed by the trustees, and dated the 19th December, 1884. Firstly, I find that the Public Libraries Act, 1883-4, Section 17, provides as follows :—The members of...

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The Wandearah Races. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 November 1898

Tha "Waadeasa^, B&css. Pkesidext — Mr. J. Saridow. Com mittee—Messrs. W. Saint, Samp son, Dick, Trevaskis, Ferme, Thorpe, Smith, Branu, Bloomfield. HandicaPpers—Messrs. J. Duncan and W. Carter, Judge—Mr. A. E South. Starter—Mr, W. Saint. The annual meeting of the Wan dearab Racing Glob was held at the Whim on Monday. About, 500 people were present, the beautiful weather tempting a large number to drive oat from the port. Those Who patronised the fixture had a most enjoyable iime. For once in a way there was- an ab sence o| the dust Which ls: usually inseparable 'from racing in the North; The alteration made in the position of the coarse was much appreciated. The crowd is now accommodated with afioeview of the races from a natural hill • which rises gradually fi om the outside of the track near the winning post, quite in the stylo of the famous hill at Flemington. The shape of the conrse can be very much ; impioved, however. Several of the turns are very sharp, particularly- ...

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