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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Why 'suffer witff cold feet :• when iyou. caii 'i ; have them warm byr buying < GOOD STRONG BOOTS ? .From lis at Jow>prices.: i =, , Our:shop though small is well stocked, and goods arrive fresh twice a week. The following are afeiv of our prices for •fllen'si (Joloshed Balmorals, a-, very,, neat bootj lOs. fid. '' , "\ 'Me^s.Goloslieir Balmorals.; tlie cheapest v: aiidbestboot5 made,*6s.: 11 d;' •' • Our Plain Bluchers nt 3s. lid. can't be' ; i beaten. ■■■u' ,',-i : :Heavy ;nailed"jBIuc^ere, 4s. Gd„ 4s. lid.. 5s. ; lid.'.'. ' ;'V. ' ' * : • Women's" High-leg; ' Leather Boots. - 4s. lid,7s lld.;: • • Women's High-leg Morocco Boots os^lld. : Udt,10s .9d. ;. •> - ' ... Women's High-leg Eid«Lt*ce;Boot£L 6slid, : 10s Gd, 12s Gd. . ' : : WomenVeutton Boots, 9s 6d, I2is 6d: Children's OEiigh-Ieg Leather Boots.' 6 to 9 2s.;U(L';t lOjto 13, 3s 3d.ij ; - > ; ;; f Children's , High-leg, ,,Lace > Boots, ' extra Strongs3s 6d, 3s lid.' ;. Children's Button1 Boots, 63 11 d;...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Sgogtisg ITotss; ' - ';1 • TBy YlATOfe.l! 1 ! The weights, for the New Zealand: Gup havo beeu declared. Waiuku, 10 .st.; St. Paul, 9 st. 9 . lb. and Multiform,.. 9 st 8 Ib.j arc the tbp; weights. ." In America some of the1 racing 'clubs hare found it necessary to collect jockeys riding fees froiii owners, and the St. Lo'ui3-\ Association recently, "decided to scratch .all horses whose owners.didnotdeposit a losing mount before 10 a.m.; on the, day of the race. V '■ Baird's automatic foot-racing \jiidgej has'' been tried . at the'/ J3u5der^'ild athletic sports,'arid has worked Success fully. This contrivance,« which is the invention of a former resident of New: Zealand, was shown at .the A.N.A. sports in Melbourne-a year or two ago. Worsted; threads are stretched across: the track at the winuing-post, and as each "runner, crosses the line the thread breaks, and the results are registered' 'automatically; by an electrical attachment. The in vention has also been adapted to bicycle rac...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Elder, Smith & Co. report under date Adelaide, July 14:— Fat Cattle.—604 came forward for this week's requirements, 393 being from Queensland, and. the remaining 211 from the North of tliat colony; The quality ranged from nsefol to prime, the bul k of~ the snpplybeing i medium-weight cattle, in really good trade order. Values at tho opening sales were folly equal to last week, but towards the.close of the market the demand slackened considerably, and prices showed a decided redac tions Shippers securcd 24, and 30 were withdrawn from sale;. Quota-' lionsPrime bullocks, £8 to £9 (extra weight and quality higher); "good, £6 to £7 10s.; useful, £5 10s Prime; cows, £6. to £7 (a few higher) ; good, £410s; to £5 10s; others from £3. r4 Sheep.—About 10,071 arrived for sale, there being a plentiful selection of all classes. ^The market was a quiet one, and at no time, were Raids brisk, but late values-Twere firmly maintained.-: "Graziers secured 2,152, whilst 1,302 _i-emaiRed.unsold....

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Football. Last Wednesday a team of foot ballers selected from."'the- " long shift off" paid Laura a visit with the inten tion of ginng the players of-lhat town; a lesson m the game. They left Pirie in high glee with the idea that they simply had to go on the field, and victory was theirs. They gob a rnde shock, though, when their task -wasgstarted in earnest,'as. the: Iiinra*pchapa (with a little^outside assistance) fairly romped over f the slagwheelers, .who were nev£? in itrtt any portion of the game, the" score* beingtr-rl^M,; ^! goals 4 bobinds;* Sirielters, 2 behihds. To-day.the P,i»rfe.Centrals will visifc Crystal Brook, and the Flinders will visit Petersburg to play: tho newly, formed club of 'that town, which is reported to be a st» ong combination: On Monday moniing a good crowd of spectators! tnrerfrS np - atS "the Recieaf jon Ground, the attraction being a match between teams repre senting Messrs. Lawrie and Sundry's shifts. : The fixture had been talked about a good deal...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

TUe 2foi? "Western Homing Society flew their Riverton - race, which Is tensed the produce race, on Satur day last, when only about 16 birds competed. They were fortunate in getting a good day, and succeeded in breaking their last .week's -, records, all the birds registering orer 1,500 yards per minute. Following are the results :—R. Shaw, 1; J, King, 2 j and H. Wilkins 3. The Junior Society flew their Tacka race on Saturday, the results besD{*:—J. Brown, I; E, Clark, 2; and R. Clark, 3. The Senior Society fiy from River ton again nest- Saturday, This" rice is to give the owners a chance that did not compete in the last race

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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PAY YOUR LITTLE BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

PAY YOU P. LITTLE BTLIS. Yr.a may talk abonfe the tariff, and protection and fiee trade, And party panaceas for oppressing banian ills, - And " improving tmde conditions^' i and the bcom that wheat has ! made, I Eat the way to stir ap business, is to j p»y yonrlittle bills. II Ejoa on e the groccr twenty, and he owes the batcher ten, And fire more to the tailor, and to the baker five, Yt.nr payment of the twenty helps nl< ng three bcsines3 men, A* d the payments they can make in torn make o;her people thrive. Iuls money in yonr pjckefc doesn't do yon any guoi, Tf. less yonr bills arc ail piid op in fall it isa*t voms. Jnst pay ap all you're able, as yon wish that others wonld. That's the recipe for hard times that invariably chits. If yon pay what yon owe others, others still then can pay yon, It's the c'«-ca!atinjr money that the ■ p i'so of ba*incs3 thrill--, S: so. yonr m »n?y working, and tLea wnUh whit ifc wi-1 do, For f&t* Vaj fo s:ir np business is to pty y...

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Typhoid at Port Pirie. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Typi§i& at Pert Pirio. At a meeting of the Central Board of Health on Moudaj, thej Chief ,Secretary returned corcespondenc8:with,reference to the Board's recommendations m con nection with sanitary improvements re quired at the Port Pirie Hospital, i These, set oot; that there should be & better method of disposing of slop water and an improved' system tof drainage; that typhoid stools b& at once, disinfected. and* buried ; and that surgical •• dressings be kept in a separate receptacle outside the building, and buried as soon as possible. Dr. Stewnrt, the Medical Officer, reported that, owing td a depression in the drain leading from the Hospital, water lodged thero as stated by the Board's Chief Inspector, but that the drain was swept i clean several tiircs a day. and disinfected frequently. The water when it left the I drain was ran into trenches cut in the; earth to the worked soil in the proximity' [ of various trees; The soil was a. stiff I ciay. The ve...

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Mr. W. Morrow's New Premises. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

3&, W. MossotfsSfair Realises. The vigorous prosperity of Port Pirie is strongly evideuced byt the number of buildings that; arc in courso of erection in all parts of the town. Especially is Ellen-street a centre of activity for the builders, and vacant blocks in the main street wilt? soon bo a thing of the past. , On the cotuer of Ellen and"' D.iviJ streets Mr. W. Morrow intends erecting a .substantia! two-story building with a frontage of 46 feet to Ellen-street and 51 feet to David-street. The plans, which have been drawn by Messrs. English & So ward, show throe huidsome shops, with massive piste glass fronts, on the ground floor, with dwelling rooms abore, fronted by a verandah and balcony. The premises on the corner will be specially built to meet the requirements of Mr. BIottow's extensive and growing tailoring and clothiery business, and will consist of a spacious shop: 20 feet x 50 feet, and cutting and work rooms, a cellar beneath being provided for the oper...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

- "• I;a M T ' *-K a {25 . < ■ The CASH DRAPER. MOW OFFERING - - immense Bargains., - ■ G©©.cfs, Saesifieed. : Must be sold. Regardless of Cost. Regardless of Cost. Great Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale. Real Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale, Immense Sacrifices. Goods slaughtered, Almost giving away at COTTLE'S GREAT STOCKTAKING SALE. ' HAVING JUST ADDED . . : SOD (Including all tl»o most .'popular- writers) TO MY .... .... CIRGUL^ING LIBSHRY, The PUBLIC areinvitedto'inspect. IH STOCK: 8fps,<Hainia, And all other Winter Games,;. W. Si-AflR,

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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) July 19, 1898. PORT PIRIE AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

(From our own Correspondent.) July 19 1898 I FOItTPIKIE AND THE rUBUC HEALTH. - " Nw iaan Jiyeth to himself alone ? : is fta true of communities as of individnals,, and this truism has been brought home to various places m t he North very forcibly during the past six months/ if we grant that the conclusions arrived at by a largo number of thoughtful persons are correct. ■ To put the matter plainly, it is | freely asserted in; various townships iu the North that Port Pirie i* rapidly becottiiag a hotbed of disease. It miy be •i c ise of giving a dog a bad name, etc., but the fact remains that in several- cases iv here typhoid iu particular has broken out it has been traced, directly or ia di.ectly, to Pirie. It is therefore a matter for sincere congratulation that your Mayor and Town Council are working, so earnestly aud energetically to cope with the danger. - They have a big, a very, big, contract in hnn l, and every thoughtful person " will wish them every success in their work, a...

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PORT PIRIE MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

' —BBMCfta—«■—im port pirie matters SO HES EDITOB. Sis—Josi a few lines in answer to Vmtor}* w the above, who com plaint so bitterly aboutt&e hordes of men and bojs monopolizing the streets and jostling women and children and other jjcdestriaiw, which other pedes^ trans I tako tofmc.m.oid maids. If *• Cash.i1 Yisitrtr'! _bnd sllowed y-fh# ihonghfe to matare sha-I say "ishe," as* 'T aapposo it is some old raasd—would see it »s impossible tododgq women's bats in Iho streets wit&jotj^tling someone, nnd if the men of Port Pirie dtd jostle some one they tnnsi bare been making room for ** Casual Visitor'" or some more useful ptttson^rith »per*mbnlntor. If there treh! tk5 tr.cn m iho street nt night ahop~ j Iceepers coold abut np their shops at 6 o clocfc, as the women would 30 where the mcfti |«fe to shosr their Tievr hats 'irstead of t*fcits3 ,ft comfo«ahlo" Walk in tha stastt*-^ - - i am, Sir, &c., , A.&ESXDENT.

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A TICHBORNE WITNESS DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

A TICHBORNE WITNESS DEAD. Jean Lome, one «f the chief wit nesses in the celebrated Tiehborne trial, died at the Liverpool JBenevo lenfc Asylum on Sanday. Louie was the steward qs aboard the Bella, the bsat in wJ«ch>5 Sir Roger Tiehborne left England.

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CITY CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

CITY CHKTTER. By Tvvtttbk. The kindly demonstration made by his comrades proved all bat disastrous to Sergeint CuTajhanJ who Has more than exceeded the allotted spas, of three score year? aid tots, A presentation bad been | ma le to htm by brothers in arms, aa-1 bo I bad] ust replied ia a happy strain when ho fall into thearmsof Inspector Sullivan, seized by a stroke of paralysis No doubt tljo excitement bad been too much for hitu. His life has since bsen trembling in thehalauce. Then we have bad the Kid case of Mr. F. Haiey of the Adelaide Co-operative Society, who ia driving a dray through Victoria Square ran into the steps of the Queen's Statue which should be lighted on dark nights, and who as the result of the accideafc has lost bis life. Only last weefc his son was discharged from the Hospital minns a band through a machinery accident. The terrible.death of Mr. St. Clair, the restaurant beeper of Hindley-street while riding a horse over the Hills line in the neighbourhood of B...

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The Rev. L. Durno and the Council. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

.$S&l§y. Sb Easa® i&e , CgsassSL TO TITS 'EDITOR SlR—Tha Mayor twits ma with dis covering & waits rest, perhaps to bluff too inSo ssjiny nae mair. Althoagh the tliar-td>je of Council criticism ba3 been haolios me some®bat lerc(i^hj over, the ecltz, tnoy have failed to effect» ettaraee (kaiSyani for "clearance," c.f. "A«ld Idebl> IdylSi;') of -vbat I raid,. I rigidly adhsrc to my position. .1 made a state ment aad I tesS^I&a-charse. I I aaJd itit 'tbafc there W3S crstr e?oTdi(T)g m Port Piria; I repeat it. . 1I.I said that the Council had dene E<&bias—absolutely nothing—to prevent I repeat it. I am. Sir, LESLIE DUKKQ. Sto&ktt Is shQwhsgffeiO fona wrth both fnt afiri fcsff jasfc ttaSr. * Masoa. a a!so dm»g-trell, hariag sa average, tnsUy on hnwlcta* xrit&ets, of 62 for'7 innings; SO, 60, acd ISSl oio Ms as . According to the Jockey Sitkey, wne spent serer»l years in EnglftEa, the sJaEtins- iaacbJco K likely .to f...

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Port Pirie Chess Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Port Pirie Gksss Slub I The following is a list 61 the results 30 far obtained in the handicap tourney that is being1 held in connection with the ibove club :— s Name. | § 3 % o £ . |3 \ A Duncan, K. \V. ... 1 6 2 —. MacDonald, A. W.... 1 0 1 1 Wood, A. S. ... 1 1 — — Ede, W. H.... ... 1 — 1 — Kde, T. N. ... ... 2 7 — - Loreridge, \V. H. ... 2 3 6 2 Spun, A. ... ... 2 1 2 2 ffovenberg, H. ... 3 — 1 1 Walters, F. ... ... 3 2 2 1 Trotter, F. ... ... 3 — 7 — Freeman, W. J. ... 4 1 3 — Correll, A. ... ... 5 2 6 1 Kahlbanm, C.... ... 5 6' 2 1 Tho handicaps areClass 1 gives Class 2 pawn and move, Class 3 knight, Class 4 rook, and Class 5 rook, pawn, and move; Class 2 gives Class 3 pawn aud move, Class 4 knight, and Class 5 rook j * Class 3 gives Class 4 pawn and move, and Class 5 knighb; Class 4 gives Class 5 pawn and move.. There ara several members who Have; not played any games up to tho present, and this makes the '.filial result Very uncertain, but with good attendances the members o...

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Burglars at Port Pirie. A Clever Attempt at Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

A Sieve? Attempt at BaVbery. An unpleasant sensation was cansedin Port Pirie on Monday morning, when it became known that a gang of, burglars bad effected an entrance to the Railway Hotel and succeeded in securing and takicg away a patent till and a small sum of money. The entrance was effected in a w.»y that suggests that those concerned in it are not new ta the business, a piece of glass being cut very neatly out of one of the fruit windows large enough. to admit a man's hand, and the fastener then pushed aside. Some force was then necessary, however, to get the wiudow open, as the marks of a jemmy. were visible on the woodwork. The burglars ! were apparently at work for some time, as the cish register had been taken out aud broken open on-the beach, bub all the money left in it was 26;. They tSiei seem to have g«ne for the safe, which Htoud in the bar. They had it settled on a small bag of chaff ready to roll out at the front door, but somethiug was knocked over, causing sufficie...

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

"Why suffer with cold feet .when you, can have them warm.by buying GOOD STRONG BOOTS From us at low prices. : Our shop though small is well stocked, and goods arrive fresh twice a week. The following are a' few of our prices for WINTER GOQPS. Men's Goloshed Balmorals, a very neat boot, 10 s. 6d.! > Men's Golo&hed Balmorals, the cheapest and best boot made, 6s. lid. Oar Plain Bluchers at 3s. lid. can't be , beaten. . Heavy nailed Bluchers, 4s. 6d., 4s. lid., 5s I Hd. Women's High-leg Leather Boots, 4s. lid, 7s lid. - v Women's High-leg Morocco Boots 5s lid, 7s lid, 10s 94 ■ Women's High-leg Kid Lace Boots, 6s lid, 10s 6d, 12s 6d. Women's Button Boots, 9s 6d, 12s 64. Children's High-leg Leather. Boots, 6 to 9,' 2s. lid.; 10 to 13, 3S 3d. Children's High-leg Lace Boots, . extra strong, 3s 6d, 3s. lid. . Children's Button Boots, 6s lid, 7s lid; Children's Morocco Bcots, 4s lldi 5s lid, | 6s9d, 7s 9d... . The Best assortment of Felt'Gbods in Port j Pirie at all prices. Infante...

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Salus Populi Suprema Lex. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

• TO THE EDITOR. ; Sir.—Individual right must give way. to pub'ic. Can you inform tne, Mr. Editor, whether there is an Inspector of buildings in Port Pirie ? Are people's lives to be jeopardized by such slipshod scaffolding erections as ars now at fcha corner of Alexander and Ellea Streets ? On Wednesday last I -witnessed the greater part of the structure fall down with a ciash, luckily hurting no one; bat one would haTS thotight that the warning would have had at least the effect oft koas responsible so securiagtheatracfcure as to trot beyond doubt thepossibUityot it gi? mawavasrain. -I am. Sir, &c., Port Pino, July 22nd. Bear-Admiral jkord Charles Beresford, C.B.. has publish od particular a in reference to the proposed increa3ca to the Bussian Navy. He demonstrates that the St. PetersburgGovernment is.committed to an expenditore of JBo^^OOCjOOO- on new naval Trork daring the next seven years. - The V.R C. iotend '* having a word' with several jockeys, who daring the past ...

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Wedded on a Ferryboat. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

Wsddsd oa a Ferryboat. Edgar B. Wright, a private in the Fourth United States Cavalry, which is now in camp at the Presidio, near Francisco, and Miss Josie E. Bloomer of Jefferson City, were married on Satur day afternoon in the after cabin of the Jersey Central ferryboat Communipaw, by the Rev. William J. Jones, superin tendent of the Seaman's Friendly Society, whose officas are in 38 South street. The ferryboat was on the New York side when the marriage took place and the honeymoon lasted while the boat was making the return trip to the Jersey shore. The bridegroom 'is now on his way to join his regiment. The: bride is with her parents at 86, Bergen avenue, Jersey City. When somebody writes the history of the Spanish-American war he may refer to this marriage as one of the romantie incidents of the conflict. Mr. Wright and Mrs. Wright became engaged to be married long before any one imagined that there would be any. war. He was employed as a bookkeeper and collector for a firm in ...

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

CHEAP 2? CLOTHING! W The CASH - - NOW OFFERING - - • Immense Bargains, Qoods Sacrificed. Must be sold. Regardless of Cost. Regardless of Cost. Great Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale. Real Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale, Immense Sacrifices. Goods slaughtered, Almost giving away at gM SALE.

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