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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

Printed and published by Charles MEYKics ajiii -Axfbbd Edtard South at their OSice EJ!lan-stre«t, l*jrt Piri*. * W •! %B^r \g/Jdf «U,A IMBORTEl® & . GENERAL STORKKEEPEHS -o—-f Sfcoek as usual, 1 irge and well assorted in all departments. A Liberal Discount for Cash. SeeCirculars EL IR.S-^XRJEr, ip OKT PIRJE, ^ BREKFUS i Bailvvay & General Carriers, Otstomsi Shipping aad' Forwarding Agents. BEANCHE^ ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. AbELiibE, Fort Melaibe, Port IPiiui ?:8 R QKEN Hi LL. : Goods consigned to us are delivered to k$tore.. spoors /in the Town and Suburbs. WHARF .AND STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. OFFICE: ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, PORT PI FIE pianos, pianos. OBGANS, ORGANS. g^The Largest Stock to select from in Adelaide.^ Cbwest Prices.; Time PaymeritSi WoobiMian's, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. if X ^ ^ J Qfr U H ^ B3T -OF easy terms. ,. > . - Vfc; f.;//- —:—:o:—— — ' THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical Sex.) <£3 10s. TO £m: Catalogues ON Application. PRICE LISTS and Cat...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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CITY CHATTER. THE MAYORS BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

CITV CHKTTER. By Twitter. THE MAYORS BAXQCEX. The banquet which the Right Worship ful the Mayor of Adelaide gave to signal his departure from the civic chai* after a record which the citizens were told was unparallelled in length as it was in efficiency, was an important affair, bnt not as brilliant as on some former occasions. There were a good many vacant chairs, including members of the Council. The speaking was patchy—on the whcle not equal to the occasion. Too little time was available for postprandial oratory, or rather the time left.: was not wisely distributed. It was 10 o'clock before the speaking began, and city people want to get home by trams and trains at II, yet the talking was continued to a tired few till nearly midnight. The Mayor had to frequently crave the in dulgence of the audience while he de livered his budget, with most of the de tails of which the public had been made already familiar. The baiting of Coun cillor Scllar was a disgrace to ihe city. To municipa...

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The German Army Scandal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

T&@ @ebmaa Sassy Scandal. . The followingparticulars are given „by the JVjtxwarts o? the sensational death of Sergeant Scheinhardt al ready reported : '• Iii the night- of 1 he 14th the 15th Regiment of Uhlans, garrisoned at Saarburg, bivouacked | on the hiils at Statlen, neai\ Hagenari, in Lower Alsace. It was the duty of Sorgeant Scheinhardt, of the Fourth Company, to superintend the prepara tion of the food in a self-acting cook ing apparatus. . . r ... " During the night preceding the sad occurrence, Scheinhardt was, howeverj sent away,for forage, _ Dur ing bis absence the soldiers amending to the cooking forgot to fasten the india-rubber ring which heremeti cally closes the appai at us. The con sequence was that the food was sonr. When Sergeant Scheinhardt returned it had already been distributed to the men. ^Captain -Count''-Za Stol -berg-Wei ingerqde cal led Scheinhardt to account for the spoilt ratious,-and the, sergeant excused himself by pointing out that during it...

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Local Court—Wilmington. (Before Mr. J. T. Keals, S.M., and a jury of four.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

Lseal SsTsst—Wiimiagtea. (Bcforo Mr. J, T. Kc3?s, S.M., and a jury o! four.) Christopher C. Belcher v. Thomas Marshall. -Plaintiff sued dofendant for money paid m connection with an seixarecf his goods and d,»mage3 Plain tiffiook a lease ol a general sJoro and subsequently, with consent of defendant, transferred to one Jiadebaapa» who at a latter date resold io tho plaiutifFwfcen a monthly tenancy was made, thereby can celling the old lease. After the plaintiff had been in possession for a second tamo the Water Conservation Department seized hia goods for rates accrued daring the occupancy of Nadebaunv The plain tiff then declined to pay any rwnfc to SlartliaU until the amount accrued equal to the sum pud the Government for water distraint, as per Water Oonsevcr Nation Act. The defendant then ssram distrained on the plaintiff's goods, and the amount was paid under protest in order t<» wry on the business. Tho de fendant pleaded not indebted and that the leaso was still in...

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

BIMIUIUILL. ml ' Eailnay Time-tabie. PaSSKNGEU TSAINS VZOiS POET PlRIK TO Adslaibe. To Adelaido,via Petersburg and Tero trie Ellon-StreotStation at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra Ftation at 10.30 a.m. . : To 5 Broken Hill, via Petersburg and Terowie. Ellen-Street Station at ' 4.40 p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. - ■ To Adelaide, • < via : Petersburg, from Central Station only, mired train at 10.50 p.m. • ABR1VALS. j From Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters | burg to Contral Station only, mixed train at 4 40 a.m. . Prom Broken" Hillj and Tarcvia via r Petersburg. -Central Station at 10.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m.. i ' Prom Adelaide via Blyth and Gladstone. Contral Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street I 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; - f ^

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

smmi'iiws. Pott Pirie.—JLati tude, 33 deg. 11 mia. S.j l^jagito<l6^JSS<l8g. 1 mm. E. C AEE1VALS. Not, 19>—J.B. Thomas, American, ship, XS07 tons, Sennond, from Hamburg. Carjjo—1807 tons cote, Broken Hill Proprietary CO; 18QQ0 bricks for the Wallaroo Smelting Co, F.H. Snow, a^ent. Nov. ID.—Bronzewing, ketch, 7S tons, J. hlanch, from Port Adelaide. Cargo— general. Nov. 39 — Spindrift, ketch, 71 tons, D. Binees, from Port Lincoln. Cargo— Flux. . . ........... Nov. 5 u4-Phoebe, ketch, 20 tons. Hike, from Port Augusta. Cargo—Flax. Noy.J3—Ariel, ketch. 46 tons, Soffett, from Ticker®. Cargo—Flax. Nor.* 21—llary, ketch. 33 tons, Bosser, from Wallaroo. Cargo—Flax; Nov, 21.—Investigator, steamer, 345 tons, Anderson, from Port Adelaide. Cargo —general. Nov. 22.—Young Galatea, ketch, from Port firoughton.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

DEPARTURES. Nov. 19.—Elmbranch, steamer, 2065 tons, IHiff. for London via Sydney, Mel bourne, and Adelaide. Cargo—1750 tons concentrates, Australian Metal Co. Nov. 19.—Zulu, steamer, 1754 toB3, P. Smith, for London and Continent via Intercolonial ports. Cargo—1755 tons Block 10 middlings. Geo. Wills, & Co.. agents. Nov. 19.—Port Victoria, steamer, 2195 tons, Jinman, for London via Sydney, Cargo—500 tons lead, B.H.P. Co.; 1503 ton3 concentrates, P. H. Sdow. Gibbs, Bright & Co., agents. Nov. 19.—Merle, ketch, for Point Webling. Nov. 19.—Capella, ketch, for Port Lincoln, Nov. 19.—New Arrival, ketch, for Tickera. Nov. 19—Frances, for Porfc Bronghton. Nov. 19.—Sir. W. Foster, ketch, for Port Augusta. Nov. 19.—Maid of Australia, ketch, for Port Lincoln. Nov. 19.—Tam o' Shanter, ketch, for Port liroughton. Nov. 19. — Lady Daly, schooner, for Tickera. Nov. 19 --- Mary Jane, ketch, for Port Broughton. Nov. 19 — Young Chief, ketch, for Port Bronghton. Nov. 21.—Cadell, steamer,...

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Old Age Pensions. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

Old Age Pensions. Adelaide, Tuesday Night. Tho Aged Poor Commission prosen tcl its report to Parliament to-day. Its recommendations includo the erec tion of Cottage Homes for those of the present inmates of the Destitute Asylum who are deemad piiitahlc, the boarding out system for ;v lulls, and the institn lion of a system of inalienable pensions for nged perenn*.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Alcyone, German 4-masted barque, 2418 ton?. Bruns, from Antwerp. Sailed October 1. 51 days out. . Arroyo, s.s.. 3,564 tons, Glenn, master, from Fremantle. To sail. Blairmore, ship, 1767 tons, from Paget Sound. To sail. Drumalis, 4-masted barque, 2450 tons. Campbell, from Barry. Sailed Nov. 8, 15 days out. PortDoaison. steamer, 3435 tons, 'New man, from Sydney. Sailed Nov. 18.—5 dayarout. Pengwern, ship, 1,492 tons, Da vies master, fromLiverpool. Sailed Sept. 17. 7G days out. Star of Italy, Chilian ship. 15/1 tons. Wester, from Paget Sound. To sail. Chelmsford, four-masted barque, 2197 tons, Thompson, from Hamburg. Sailed Oct. 15—30 days out. Mary Augusta, ship, 1,385 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. Sailed Nov. 1.—■ 23 days out. John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, Mad«en, master, from Puget Sound. Sailed Sept. 7—77 days out. Jupiter. Danish ship, 1651 tons, Fonder, master, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 81 days out. VESSELS ON PASSAGE FBOM POET PIK1E. Rivor ...

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Quarrel on a Railway Train. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

Quarrel on a Railway Train. Tim Laura correspondent of the Advertiser reports that a quarrel occurrcd on the train whilst, proceeding from Lanra ta Gladstone on Saturday between the driver and the fireman. Blows wcro exchanged, it is alleged. Tae driver has been suspended.

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

(Br " Bkoxzewikg.'') - The Yacka C >i isi> 1 at ion Race of the North-Western' - Janior. Homing Society was flown off on Saturday last. The birds were released in favourable weather at 2 p.nii, the winn'iig birds arriving' bonie shortly, after 3 o'clock, averaging* a velocity of over 1,000 yaidsperiainute, which is considered very fair. A strong wind was blowing from the west, which was slightly in favour-of-the, birds. Tt was thought that by the appearance of the day before that, they would have'a roasting hot day to fly in, but the-wind changed round to tlie west;from' the, north. The result was as followsiR. Bosomwotth's, 1 H. Biiin.i»e, .2; J. Bi-own and ; A. Ingerson a dead lieatfui third place.' Out of the three birds which Mr. T. Brown sent to Ararat, two arrived home on the third day after being re leased. The hawks are getting very plentiful, and it is a wonder more birds are not lost." Mr. Bi-own was very fortunate in getting two. ont of three home after such a long ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

s-s. rw.tzfihz. THE tfoward SmitS| Line. T1»« Steamer* of thin line will siil from Port Pi.-i? aa followj {circamataoce» jwrmitiin-) *«" 1 S.S. DAWfC PUBT Al'GCSTA f p- . ^ v. EDITH8UP.G f Frwlay. Nor. i, POIET ADELAIDE ./(Passengers and Carjo.) FABES : -To POET AfOt'STA. Saloon, 12s. (ii. BTEEBAGE. 7s.6.i. T« POST ADKLAIDE, Saloon, 2\j. * Steerage, 12*. 64. Bvin4 Trip *fc* A'ljasti, EJithbar-h. sad AdeUi<5<» fetek to Port Piric, 33s. Regular Fortnightly Service. To *t SIKr.BOCRNK j S-S SYUKET v TtirpanAT JIEWCASTtKsnHall I "iHtoUAY, QUEENSLAND Porta j MOTE.—Liberal PiKumi «!T Ste«raj« fares t» <Ju»ss*kin<l Porta. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM POUT ADELAIDE. ALBANY 1 S S< KE^ly VOVO J'KEMAlS'tLE )- fcar,y Pavtensers booied rrjht through to the GoldSslda, All Freights and P.vi*en;-»r fares at lowest Bates. Kor. 2i. COAL. COAL. COAL. Best Household. Kniine, and Btacksiaith'* COAL «tip?Uc4 at Lo«re<t ...

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How to Socure Peace. MR. LABOUCHERE'S PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

Sew te Secuse Peace. MR. LABOUpHERE'S PL AN., The member for Northampton writing' in Truth says : " What the Emperor of Russia's plan for universal peace is has not yet been revealed. I will reveal mine., Each country shonld have a Secret Service Corps, well instructed in all methods of taking life by j oison. So soon as a war is about to break oat, each of the belligerents would endeavour to poison the Sovereign, file Ministers, the rep resentatives, and especially the jom nalisisof the other country. After a very few deaths 1 am convinced that peace would not be broken.; - This, may seem, at first sight, a startling proposal, but between poisoning men and taking their lives by shelIs, bullets, and other such projectiles there really is no difference; and my plan would result in a great saving of life. Instead of mowing down thous ands, burning villages, and other such barbarities, a few leading men would be taken off. By the present system a few promote a war and many suffer by it...

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The rights of Innkeepers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

The sights ef Saa^esipess. The London correspondent of the Register says " A barrister travel ling with his wife'recently called a t a hotel and asked for two cups of teaj which ihe hotelkeeper could no' be bothered' to supply. At the Birmingham Licensing' Session,, the 'barrister': specially attended, and Op posed the rerewal of the "license/ The pnblican said he did,not know of any obligation upon him to supply the beverage required, but the Bench quickly disabused his mind, and ex plained to him that the Very reason he was furnished with a license to keep, a ' public' house was .that be should provi'ie reasonable refreshment for the public. He was warned, and probably will exereise more care and' civility. A public-house or inn is primarily for the convenience' of - the public, whether teetotaller or other wise, not merely a stand for the publican's exclusive benefit in making money. This view is not too clearly held by many publicans in all qnar ters of the globe,"'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

v " mas^^esld." A CORRESPONDED r S LETTER. Our issteembd cori-espondent, T:<b itha Kay, sends us the following in teresting letter, which contains some sisterly advice which is sure to.be . appreciated by the fair inhabitants who constitnte Woman s World :— " No. 8 Napier Street, ; 7 , Fitzroy. Victoria, 19th Sept., 1S9S. To the Editor.— Dear Sir,—It is only those who have suffered from a serious illness who can thoroughly appreciate good ! health. That I have passed; through such a critical period of my life and I regained good health is due.toDr, [Williams' Pink Pills, and 1; have [pleasure in giving this testiraonia,! as these pills cured where doctjrs I failed.- About two years ago I vent to Western Australia, and while there I contracted fever. However, j apparently shook this off, but I then | suffered mubh from anemia, and grew gradually weaker and weaker, until at last I decided t o return to Victoria. On arrival of the boat at Mel bourn I was so ill that I liad t...

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Suspicions Fire at Port Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

Suspicions Fire at Port Adelaide. A sisKpiciofis fire occurred at Port Adelaide Ibis morniug on the premises of Johnny AHsorls, a marine store dealer. Traces of kerosene were found after the fire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

: '-;Hf "1 ' @©[©©© , Every cough makes your thro3. more raw and irritable. Every cough congests the lin ing membrane of your lungs. Cease tearing your throat'and longs in this way. Put the • parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. Yon will need some help to do this* and -on From the first dose the quiet and rest begin; the tickling in the throat ceases; the spasm weakens; the cough disappears. Do not wait for pneumonia and consumption but cut short your cold without delay. Ayeifs Cherry Pectoral cures because it heals. It goes' to the very seat of trouble, quiets the inflammation and makes a perma nent cure. Begum ia time, it is the one great preventive to all Beriou3 lung troubles. ■ >'•■■■■ 0 ^ Beware of cheap imitation*. Sea that the name Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, U blown in tho Elass of each Bottle. Pnt ttp in large and small bottles.

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A New Loan Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

A New Lean Bill. la the Assembly to-day the Treas urer garc no'ice that he intends to introduce a Loan Bill to enable the Government to borrow £1,793,750 for the construction of public works in the Northern Territory and the colony proper.

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

Pest and Telegraph Office, Pert Piric. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ? rv:;( Business hours from 3.39 a: in, till 7.30p m daily, except Saturdays, vhen it is opsn from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Money Order OSes 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. ; Th® office is open for a : quarter of an I hour for the delivery of letters after the j arrival of thV mails every evening. I ' Mails arrive and cioss as follows:— - | ARRIVAIj. Prom Adelaide and Offices south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. • ] From Adelaide and intermediate offices | at 4.55 p.m. " ' ■ j From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. i From Petersburg andihtarmcdiato offices i at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. i From Tolmrie and Port Germein at 4 p.m. '-/■ Vv'-' . From Solomontown - at - 6,35 a.m., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. ; - From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m BEPABT0RE. For Adelaide and intermediate offices at • 10.5 a.m.and 4.25 p.m. . . •For Adelaide and offices south cf T...

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A Remarkable Recovery from Consumption in its Last Stages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 November 1898

A Seaarisafclt Becovery frsm Soasnmptiea is. its Last Stages. The proprietors! of Life Drops have re ceived a communication from AIw. Eda Uxlade, of which the- following isa true copy '• About five years ago I fell into a decline and became grudi ally ../worse, till at last I began to cough up blood and matter. Becom ing alarmed •{, j j. - cons oiled T)r. •, Todd, £ of :Ad«laide>/«h^toiii;me'it&afc I suffered. from consumption, and upon further exarnin ition informed me thatmy lungs vrerein a very bad state, being partially destroyed by my complaint. I was admitted int-i the hospital, wher<* I rouiained for nine iiiontlis. at the end of which time I was discharged as; in-; carablo. I then consulted IV. Clind-nising, also of Adelaide, under whose treatment I remained for three months without improv ing in the least; in fact the discharge 1'rom my lungs became worso. i)r. Clindeuiiiug advised a change of-climate, in consequence bf which we removed to Port Augusta...

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