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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

Port Ptrie.—Latitude, 33 deg. 11mm. S.j Longitude, 13-Sdeg. I min. E. ABBIVALS. : Nuv. 1'j—NoruianYiiit?. ketch, Zt tons, D. Dtar, from Coweil, {Franklin Harbor) Catrgo—General Nov. 1'J—Sir W. Poster, keteh, 29 tons Pope, from Point Webling. Cargo— Fins. Nov. 17—Robert Barns, ketch, 45 tons Evson. from Tickera. Cargo—Flax. Nov. 17—Wilpena, ketch, I9tons. Patterson from Point Webling. Cargo—FIhx. Nov, 17.—Vivid, ketch. 48; tons, Iversen. from Point Kiley. Cargo—Flux. Nov. 17 — Ashley. steamer. * 1300 tons-, Webber, from Sountbaya. Cargo— 1790 bales kapok, for resbipment. Messrs, Jno Dailing & Sons, agents. Nov. 17 — Kadinn, steamer. 1708 tons, \V. A. Butcher, from Newcastle via Port Adelaide. Cargo—3500 tons coal. Adelaide Steamahip Coy, agents Nov. —Dawn, steamer, 328 tons. James i». Little, from Port Adelaide via Kdithburg and "Wallaroo, Carho—DO tons generaL Cargo—W tons general Passengers—Rev. Lake, Mrs. .Roberts, and Mi as Booth in the saloon, and one ia the steerage. Wi...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

Has just opened about New and Fashionable DRAPERY AND CLOTHING 80 Cases 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 2slid at CJottle's. Straw Hats, hundreds to select from,the very Iatestshapes, at Cottle's. Men s Shirts (collars and v." pockets—light) Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Suits—real good wearers—15slld,17s 6d, and ^ls^a3lsizes; atCottle'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, 4s 6d, good weights and clinkers to wear at Cottle's. Men's Cotton Cords; all sizes. 2s 6cL 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 Cottle's. Men's Cashmere Socks. 9d pair. Men's Merino Socks, 4|d. 6d. 9d, and Is at Cottle's. , Cottle's for Scarfe and Braces, 6d, 9d, Is. Cottle's for Boys' Shirts. 9d and Is eaeli. If you want really good ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

DKPART0BES. Not. 16— Dovedakj. steamer, 1830 tons, Darby, for Sydney. Cargo— 50 tons lead, B.II.P. Co.; 205 tons concen trates, Australian Metal Co.; 303 tons concentrates, P. H. Snow. Adelaide Steamship Co.. agents. Nov. 1*>— Annie Brown, brigantine, Iff.) tons. Allan, for Port Lincoln, In ballast. Nov. 16—Mary Webster, schooner, 92 tons, Geo. Carswell, from fort Adelaide. Cargo—JO tons bran, Adelaide Milling Co. Nov. 16— Lucreiia, schooner. 66 tons, E. Wright, for Port Lincoln. Nor. 16.—Hawthorn, ketch, far Tickers. Nov. 16. — Ariel, ketch, for Kangaroo 1 island. Nov. 16. — Eliza, ketch, for Kangaroo Island. Nov. 17—Nelcebee, steamer. 9S tons Benton for Port Tarton. Nov. 17—Gribes, hulk. (in tow of Nelcebee) for Port Turton. Nov. 17—Dianella, schooner, 8-1 tons, R. Clarke, for Port Adelaide, via Port Oerniein. In ballast. Nov. IS—Dawn, steamer. 328 tons, J. G. Little, for Port Adelaide via Gulf porta. Cargo—General. Passenger —Rev. Lake, Messrs Roberts, Allen F. Fawcott, Gardin...

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Steamer Excursion to Port Augusta. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

Steamer Sse^sioa to Pert TO THE EDITOR. Sir-1 respectfully request that you will publish the following, which will ex plain itself Ifc has ^been 'intimated to mo that a large number of the residents of Port Pirie werei induced to visit Port Augusta per s.s. Investigator yesterday, 14th inst., in the belief that the Cale donian Society here were to hold, spoils similar to last year, and that it was notified to that effect on blackboards about Port Pirie. If this be a fact I can only say that whoever gave such notification must have done so kqowing it to be false and without $ny authority from the Pov^ Augusta Branch of the Caledftnian Society. Sume time ago, owing to the depression then existing in the district, it was not considered adviea&la to hold sports tbU year; • v Had w^determined 4o carry out a sports, programme this year we should, certainly have ' billed' your growing and prosperous town properly— as we did in '97, and, moreover, as will be done on the next occasio...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

Angletbr^ TSteaiyi, !S Chaff ^dLOMONTO Best jCliaff, aurreHt rates. .Cutting done for' the Trade. Best quality*. Wood on Hand. Orders left with Symonds Bros, will revive prompt attention. ROBT. FLETT, WATCHMAKER■ AND JEWELLER, JELLEN STREET, -PORT PIRIE H.. CHRIS'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. HgrtSS.- 4D. "PER PINT. As cool as an iceberg. Best brands of Spirits and Wines always on hand. 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 Renovated and Refurnished. For'Convenience & Accommodation nnsnrpassed in S.1, JACKA'S BEER ON DRAUGHT. J : .J CONQUEROR Dark Twist and Plug T O S Jk. O C5 O .. STIC KS, 3d. and 4d. PLUG S, 4d.s 6d., Is i ' ° ™ t o O © J* cd ou • PARKER & CO., . Fashionable Tailors and , . . Shirt fanfactnrers, ' 66 King Wiiliani-SCreef, ADELAIDE. flew SeasonsGoods In all Departments; :o: Writ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Windsor Park, ship, 1692 tons, Larnbia. f.'om Hamburg. Nympho, German ship, 2076 tons, II Ininr, from Hamburg. J. C. Julius. Gorman barque. 1076 tons, Lau, from Hamburg. Amana, steamer, 2161 tons, Carr, from Java. Aaama, steamer, 2671 tons. Bement, from South Africa. Zulu, ateamer. 1784 tons, F. Smith, from South Africa. . Elinbrancb, steamer, 2065 tons, Miff, from Madni and Calcutta. Port Victoria, steamer, 2105 tons Jiinman, from Melbourne. Ashley, steamer, 1500 tons. Webber, from Java. Kudina, steamer, 170S tons. Butcher, from Newcastle. Coasters—Cadell, Merle, Capella, New Arrival, Adonis, Francis. Normanville, Vivid. Sit W. Foster. Maid of Australia, Wilpena, Robert Burns, Mary Jane, Tam O'Shanfcor, JYoung* Chief, Lady Daly, Success.

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North-Western Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

Paibox, Hon J. H. Howe, M.L.C.Presi bbkt, Mr. W. T. Gronow; Vice Presidents, Dr. R. W. Stewart and Mr. F. Grey; Committee, Mesara. G. Knapuian, F Leverington, S. Mitchell, W. J. Player, H. Sampson; Stewards, Messrs. J. Dune in, A. R. Evens, and A. E. South ; Judge, Mr. A. A. Pearee ; Stakteu, Mr. H. Samps"n ; Cusrk o? the Course, Mr. T. Hanuan; Clerk of Scales, Mr. S. Barnett ; Timekeeper, Mr. W. J. Player; Handicapper, Mr. - H. Hughes; Secretary, Mr. J. Camp bell. i On Wednesday afternoon the first meeting promoted by t!ie North-Western Jockey Club since the use of the totali zator waa denied i hem was held on the local racecourse. The club were favoured with fine weather, but, stnnge to sny, the attendance was only moderate, not more lhan 550 being present at any portion of the afternoon. It is hard to understand why the public will not patronise the local course. -On the whole the racing was very fair, and net a single accident occurred to mar the proceedings. The gathering w,»s ...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

VESSELS TO AHRIVE. Alcyone, German 4-masted barque. 2-MS t-in-i. Brung. from Antwerp. Sailed: October I. ,r»0 days ont. Arroyo, h.s„ 3,5tH tons. Glenn, master, from Fremantle. To sail. Biairmoro, ship, 1767 ton3, from Puget Sound. To sail. Drumalis. 4-iuasted barque, 2450 tons, Campbell, from Barry. Sailed Nov. 8, 11 days out. Port Denison. steamer, 3435 tons, New man. from Sydney. To sail. Pengwern, ship, 1,492 tons, Davids master, from Liverpool. Sailed Sept. 17. 72 day* out. Star of Italy, Chilian ship. 1571 tons. Wester, from Puget Sound. To sail. Chelmsford, four-uiasted barque, 2197 tons. Thompson, from Hamburg. Sailed Oct. 15—35 days out. Mary Augusta, ship, 1,385 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. Sailed Nov. 9.— 19 days out. John Ena, 4~njasted barque, 2714 tons, Mad =on. master, from Paget Sound. Sailed Sept. 7—73 days out. Jupiter. Danish ship, 1651 ton3, Funder. ma«ter. from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 77 days out. J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1807 tons, Lermond, master,...

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CITY CHATTER. A TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

CITY CHKTTER. By Twrrren. i A TRAGEDY. The suicide of Mr. Arthur Shorney this morning give tne a great shock. 1 watcfied with interest his giowth as a boy and youth. He was trained in the milling trade by his father,.the Inte, Mr. George'Shorney,<>f the Semaphore, a Eartner of. Measw. Johu Dunn & Co., ut during the la3t two or threeyeara Arthur has been on the Stock Exchange. Ilia luck h^3 been against him,, and he bad cot thn>j;h the money he inherited and had to call a meeting of his creditors. Naturally muodfal,' he brooded over his failure, and sought freedom in death. He loaves a widow, a bright Semaphore lady, and no family. No sane man can justify a man taking the lav of life into his own hand, but 1 know enough of his prior keen disappointments and of his extremely sensitive nature to feel nothing but pity. Lite's tragedies excite in the reflective mind two prominent emotions sympathy with the tried and afflicted, and sense of the helplessness of hum...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

SHIP J. C. JULICS From HAMBURG. ("1AP I'AIN LAU will not be j-cs J p»>nsi We for any Debts contract ted by fits Cie.v without his written authority. - FRANCIS II. SNOW, Agent. FRED GR E Y HAS ranch pleasure in informing his maiiy friends arid the public generally that be lias commenced bdsincs* as AUCTlONtbR, COMMISSION AGENT ACCOUNTANT, WHE VT-JBUYER, LAND AGENT, 3JONEY L.ENDER, Ac., Ac., Rents and Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated Or purchased for C;vsh AnetionSales conducted any where in the Colony. Having a large amount of Capitol at Command 1 am prepared to make CASH ADVANCES on Bills of Sale Freehold or Leasehold Properties Fm-mtnre, &e. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE .CHARGES. A Call Invited FRED GRET. Port Pirio. BiiU ni<coonl«l daily. TjVJR SALE.—Allotments in good JJ position; also HOUSE. Easy terms.—51." C. COPINGER, EHen atrcet. [T.\ NT Ml* — Fmm one to i4x SIDES of . Fa:m-caied BACO.V. Apply UjIs Office. CORNS! CORNS! nr ■*-!r-«r v vpir'* v wvrvYwvw-ryvr^T ...

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Typhoid at Unley. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

TvphoitI at Uulej. . . Adelaide, Friday Night. A number of cases of typhoid are reported in the . municipality of Unley. Tbe outbreak is said to be caused by tbo impurity of the Happy Valley water supply.

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How the Japs Propose. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

.In sonic' Uistriets" Japan the nat i ves have a remarkable casbom_in '• connection";-with Vnvindow^gavdehitig. In hpusesiwherein^resi(leione,.qr more daughters of a marriageable" age, an empty,, flowerpot, of .an ornamental cliar acleiy is encircled by a ring; and suspended from the window or ver andah by three light chains. The Juliets of Japan are, of coarse, attractive, and the Romeos as anxious as those of other lands.*"' But instead of serenades by moonlight and other delicate ways of making an impres sion, it is etiquette for the "Japanese lover to approach tlie dvvelliug of his lady bearing some choice plant in his hand, which lie boldly; , but let us hope, reverently, proceeds to plant in the empty vase. This takes place at a time when he is fully assured that both mother and daughter are at home, neither of whom,of conr.s<yis at all conscious that the young man is taking such a liberty with the flower pot outside their window. This act of placing a pretty* plant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

THE » TIm Steansara of thia line will iailSomPw* Firie ITfStowa (circuaJitancM grr^Uing^ POBT AraCSTA Friday, No*. 25 EDITHS GEO C i . > „ , rOBT ADELAIDE . * aa4 PigESTo K!8T iUGCSTi, Saloon, lis. Si. - STEEBAGE, 7s. 6d.' ^ T. fOKT ADELAIDE.Saloon,^20*^Storage, ji, ,y_ saaod Trip *i» Angusta, Eaitnbargb. >n4 AW"** Wfe to Port Ptrie. 3Sg. Begnlar Foxtaigbtly Service.. •"x* 4 1 SS- ERA melbobbke I BTDNET J" WEDNESDAY, : KBWCASTLB and all I Not. SJ. QU EENSLAND Port* I MOTE. Liberal Discotmt eS ■ Steerage fares to Qneeesland Porta. West Australian Gold fields* • REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELA1BE. Po 7 S.S. B0NJNTONG AIiBAST_ „ f Tuesday, Not. 15. PBEMANUE ) " COAL. COAL. COAL. •upplie* at lowest Price*, large or«mall %uanti **4QC-£*II«a Tank* awl Iron-bark Spokes for «ale at lowest on application to Wm. Howard Smith Sl Sons* Proprietary, »■ -■ ^limited, i;iieaysireet, Tort fine. The Adelaide,Steamship Company, Limited. "Will dispatch Steamara from PorlAdelaids as -under,«rbam*t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

OOOD BLOOD Your heart beats over one hundred thou-, j-sand-timeseach day. .Onehundredthonsand' * supplies of good or bad bloo4 to foqr ]nais, Whiclj ia itT --:—-r■ ■ f If ted,impt^ bl«x^ thenyonrbrainachea, ' : Toe are troubled with dirowsines3 yet cannot sleep jyouare as tired in the morning as at night; you fcava no nerve power; yow fwd does not seem -to do you much good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, can not cure you: bat AYER'S ■ ■ r • • hi ilill UlihaTillfflTJffTlBtTyWITffBIBIfBrriBHff1^ ~ -' Sarsaparilla wBL It fflake3 the liver, kidneyg, ekia and bowels perform their proper work. It re moves all imparities from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in its lif&^jiving prop erties. f , ^ • For Hltonsness tafce, Aran's Pitas. ' They . promptly relieve and sorely core. Take them : frith Ayer's BaisapariiJa: one Bitot bo other. ■ Printed and published- by Chatsles MEYTiicK and Alfbkd Edward Sotttb qt th«»r Offico Elleusstreetj: Part Pirio.- - H. A. « W. GOODE, IMP...

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A Necklace of Human Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

\ A Necklace of Sumaa' ^yes. A marvellous, if sonieWhat; grfle-j some, personal ornament is nowowned by a Chicago merchant, and was by him exhibited at the gi-eat Exposition. It is a nccklace composed of three , rows of litt man • [eyes: in a.;state ( of: perfect preservation* polished, and set in a costly ^ mounting of-gold. The eyes were taken-from ihe mummies) in the r burial places of the lucas, in Peru.- ■' T. Although it is said nothing can equal the grace. and softness of this ghastly ornament, so far but a single young woman has, had the temerity.to wear it about her neck. It is well known that this type of ornament is very much in vogue in all completely savage tribes, as,.-for instance, the Zulus and the Bushmen, who, when they suffer the misfortune of losing their better rhalves, deprive the dead of these chariuihg weapons, of Cupid,.which they.inay be pre sumed to have wielded more or less gracefully in their lifetime. But savage races are: not alone in their fondness fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

i<A. PURGE & CO..' ' PORT PIRIE v1 I AUCTIONEERS, ACCOUNTANTS i ^Ll$S>; LOA^ijcblMMIS^ION/ J; ] SHIPPING-, LIFE, ?IRB|; AWI).! MARINE INSURANCE. AGENTS;: HOTEL BROKK^kll^lJATORS Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, &c., Prepare Land Selected-andPurehaeedfronT • Government for. ITarmera. ; ^ . i M.ONEY TO LEND AT CURRENT RATES. Sharebrokers and Mining Agents. 1

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A Hot Day in the City. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

A Hot Say in the €ily. A DKLAIDK," Fi iday N ighfc. The heat has been very trying in the City to-day. The latest forecast is for a con tinned spell of hot weather.

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A Remarkable Recovery from Consumptin in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

©Siit? Last •• The proprietors .of-Life Drops haTe' re ceived^ a, communication >,from Mr*,- Eda Oxlade, • of which thd: following 'is a :lrue CJPJ=— , <1 " About, five years agal fell info a; decline and became gradually wares,till; at last I be^an to cough up Mood andmatter. Becom ing farmed I consulted' - De; -. Todd,.^ of Adelaide, who told me that I aufiferei .from colb imption. and upon further, examination jnforjjed mo that iny lungs -wera in1* ^ 7 Very bad state, being'partially uestroyed^&yiSny complaint. F was admitted*mt«the hospital, wher* I romained • for' nine months;-at" the; end of which time: L -wasdischarged* asin curable.'- I then'■ consulted- Pr. Clindenning,' talso ofj Adelaide^ uhder.wkosa treatment j remained for-threo months -without': impror : ingiinthciileast; iu/act't!ie. discharge -cfrom .my, ilungv became■; worae.; .TDr..-Clindenning -adjUed % change-off climate,; in consequenco of.which, w;o removed to Port -Augusta.: , The -.chang...

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Beetaloo Water. REDUCTION OF PRICE ON THE PENINSULA. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

Beetaioo Water. REDUCTION OF PRICK ON THE PENINSULA. Adei.aide, Friday Night. Owing to the sV»rfc snpply of Beeta!oo water the Government has reduced the .price of the water taken from standpipes in the Peoiusnla townships from 6s to 4s per thoasand gallons. This action has been taken on account of the cartage of the water being so expensive.

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 November 1898

Tfm&table. Passenger Teains from Post Pirie to ■ hdli >'i Adelaide. ' 'Ci'-i;: To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tero wie Ellen-Stteet Station at 6.50 a.m.; Central Stationjat 7:a;m;-uyj ; kA To Adelaide, via BIyfcli and, Gladstone. Elteii-Street Station at 10.20 a.m. j. Centra •Station, -.-v. . To Broken Hill, via, Petersburg; and TerowieV 'Ell^a-Street Station at 4.40 p.m. ;*Central Station at4.50 p.in. " ■ v. To -Adelaide, via Petersburg,, from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 p.m. : V; , ABRITAKS. From Adelaide, via ferowie and Peters burg to Central Station: only,'mixed train at 440 a.m. From . Broken Hill, and Tarowia via PetGraburg.- Centtal Sta£ibn?at? 18.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m. ' From Adelaide via Blyth and Gladstone. Central-Station at 4.47 p.m.- Ellen-street Station at 4.55 pjn. > K. a - -: > 1; From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. . 'Central Station at 7.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 7:53 p.m. : : H

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