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A Public Benefactor. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

A ^amie M, While;ever^ other; fowoT^h the Bee ,tal»n afea is^nffetihg-iabre or less acntelj'from a shortened water sap ply, Port Pirie is in the enjoyment of ample lor its requirements. For this we are indebted almost solely to the efforts of onr townsman; Mr. N. Simons, It was he who first eugges ted the Baroota Creek scheme; and :preMedFitecclaims^or^conBideratiGa with a tireless energy and unselfish infimfcely creditable fco his patriotisra. It has been suggested to as that it would be 8. gra^fti :^fc OD:the paH of residents mWae -way the ,snlf3tanfi|l :sbent|fit8wKii h they are reapi%al^the;i«sult of hts labou'S. The saggesfciouhas onrmost cbeerfnl acqniescencef and we think it onjyv need^: to: He toljoted I tii enlist the c®£t dial sympathy and practical assistance ofxf^idents^generall^ ^Ia? addition i to the Baroota Creek scheme whick=afc present ^applies the town and ^ tion of the coahtry adjoining, "Mi-J Simons; has alao laid ns under tribute for the Telowie:Creek setnma,; W...

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Harrold Bros'. Insolvency. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

ff&sroM Bros'. Iisol?eiicj0 I Night. At the hearing of-Harrold Bros', casa t&-3ay Mr;" Baker," the trustee's coURBelrmaSe^fhrthec-enipbatic state meritslallegingl thatt the firm was in sol7enfrCTanyye'arS ago^*Mr, Bakar produced a new book, bat Mr. King ston^bbjected to the neW matter con tained,therein. , > The, presiding: jadge, however3 adraifcted;ibe: bookin evi dence.' ~ ' - * 3

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A Year's Imprisonment. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

Adelaide, Friday Night. Uommissicnier ItasseU to-day sen tettK^|k|^|ieil6ewaa|®e^ Gibson, of SobQ^fo'one yeaLr's itnprisonmenfe for frandalentlnsolvency. Messrs. Elden Smith & Co. were; the L opposing ttiliilors - Sr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

CatraCH NOTICES. '{PiiE PORT PIRIE CONGRfc I . GATIONAL CHURCH. ; Next Sunday. Moniing-afc 11—Ret J C >opraan. Subject—" All llsmgs.-Nc v^ ^ Evening at 7- Rev; J- Chapman, Subject—" The Accepfc:ibIe Year." ® || A I'T^tS T C flUilCR: Next Sunday.'" r v ^ i Morning 11—Rev. A. Bungey. Evening 7—Rev. A. Bungey.. 4 Sermon to Young Meii and 3\Vom^n,'- ' PORT P I RI E W ESLE YA N . CHUllcn. / NEXT SUNDAY. Morning at II— Rev. Rossiter. ' " > Evening at 7.—Rev.-Rossiter. .. f ,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

' -HERD.—On the 19fcli November; dfe his residence, Church-sbreefc, Port i Augusta, Jp.W» tlie^s beloved brother of George andibavid?. Herd WMid third son of the late Georg-eJHerd, of Aber deen." Sjotlaii. Aa'ej 4) ye iw. j

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

Bo Sharkeyhas gained the verdict over Cdrbetbvon a/foul after ..nine rounds, s -The sailor {iM-bctu Tory; fortunate in the matter of appeals to the referee, especially in his encounter wifck Bob Fitzsimmons, it having since been proved that the person acting in that capacity on th<i occasion referred t-> was " standing, in" with Sharkey. Bat from;; the meagre particulars to hand, of this fight it appears the decision against Coibetfc was given on account of his seconds entering %ei*\ng. I presume, the next thing we shall read about will be that Sharkey has taken to. the stage* and it will be months before he and Fitz meet to decide the championship. r r Peter Maher and Eiid M'Coy have been matched to fight 25 rounds .in the arena of the; Greater New York Athletic Club on December 5. McDonald, the overland cyclist, is confident that! he can lower Knx's Melbourne to Adelaide record of 51-5 -miles in 51 hrs. 48 min.,and with that end in view has started training. The litt...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. SATURDAY, NOVERMBER 26,1898. A Step Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

Hit ftoct, fjicit llcccrbev. Satubda^>;Noi.'|jiber .26,-1898.. , A Stej Ahead, - Mr. Roberts lias snccecded in getting for the oulporta a" Iohg-Vithheld' mea^rc$< oTnjustice~lqcal;* represent tation on the Maripe .Board. Tbis is' not all we want, nor all our energetic junior member would like to get' for us, bnt imtlie^ present temper of-4h6 House he would have baen only courting defeat, had >he attempted^ fco get" out* marine^ affairs" placed entirely nnder/the control I of ja-ldc&l} Board. Mr. Catt made An earnest, and well-directed attempt some years ago with a Local HafbduS Trusts Bill, bat: vvas unable to getitthrongh. Mr. "Roberts was veil, advised -to accepfe.tliei_ha]f-lo»f.whii;h..hon_mem-„ bers were willing to grant. It will 7§n^p^1t||e iclai msofjthe outports to ber; adequately^ voiced at tbe'Board meet ings, il nothing more, and we shall gain somethings .by ^pubiicitVv The> treatment of this portrbas inthe past been little short of scandalous....

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PORT PIRIE V. EARLY CLOSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

PORT PIRIE Y. EARLY CLOSERS. These teams had also to play out the match commenced on October 26, when the Ports were dismissed for 83, while two of the 'Closers were down for 33. With only 50 to get and 8 wickets'to.fall it was generally voted a good thing for them, but after a very exciting game their laat nian was out with the total one below that of the Pirics, who are now top on the first round. Tnrpin (11) and Simp son (2) resumed their, innings to the bowling of Williams and McLean, and a fair stand was made. Tnrpin jnst doubled his nofc-out score, and theu fell a victim to Williams. Simp son contributed a useful 16, but re ceived his quietus through attempti ng to hit Williams to leg. ; He failed to get hold of it, and the ball spun over the wicketkeeper's head into the unerring hands of Scott at fine slip. D. Green shaped nicely for 8 and was then foolishly run out. With the ex ception of Nunan, who made 6 not on t, none of the others could look at the bowling, which was rea...

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Commercials Report. Recorder Office, November 26, 1808. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

Commercials Recorder Office, November 26, 1833. ^ • Wheat (Pfc. fine) per bushel_... 2 » Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 2 6 ©oA (Gladstone)" ... ... h0"i2? 5" . Do.? (Gcorgefc^Trh &Laura)... s'O ~J5 5a Flour (Country) " 8 10 0" Do. (ftolter)■>&.. a.. ..." ... 9 0 TO Bran, per bushel.... .... ... 0 0 8. Pdllai^pe*.bushel ... i-'.- 0 :0'«95 Oats, per bushel... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton. ... .... ... ... .2 10 0;.. Hay, per ton ' ... ... ;.. ... 3:! 0 0 Batter (Pt Pirie factory)whoIes<ile 0 9; . • (dairy): ... 0 0 8 Eggs, per dozen ..; ;;; ... 0 0 7 flaai,per lbf;: ... 0 Bacon perlb. ... ... ... ... 0 *0 9 tard. per lb. ... i.. ... :... 0 0 9 .Cheese,per lb. ....... ....... 0 0 . 8$ Onions,:per: cwt....... 0? 10 /0 i Potatoc*. per- ton. . ... ...—. 14 0. 0 Potatoes (new), per ton ... ...13 0 0

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A Terrible Chronic Cough and Cold. THREATENING CONSUMPTION. MARVELLOUS AND RAPID CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

A Temblo eksoaie Gougk &&& THREATENING'CONSUMPTION. r MARVELL0U3 'AND "RAPID CURE. Among tho numerous lcttersj[ and tcst-i ' monials constaally pouring in upon tlie Life Drops Proprietary appears: ■ the J following fiouiMisa E Chappie, of Alexander Street '• I am anxious to let-you and. others know, what your Life. Drops have,.done for me. •'About twelve nionths ago J- caught a severe: .cold '■jwhich' settled.■ on. my chest .and .de veloped into. a,distres3ing cough, and hoarse ness. . The pain in my chest, together with ilia cough, was .so. severe!that it. often 'kept 1110 awake for whole nights at a! time. Tha eotigh :Was of such a terrib'e'nature, thkt it jyas almost as distressing' to others, as it w>s wcakeninif5 and painful to: me. T Ihisik X . liiivc Vrifed every:cotiyli TO&lkiiie'I could 'hear' aaii ;\vas Uvat'cd for a lung -time bva - doctor : Without getting cured • of my' com-;: ' p'aint. a While I took his medicine my congli was somewha...

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Things We Want and Kannot Get. AN ARTICLE BE HARRISON HILL IN THE "MANCHESTER WEEKLY TIMES" PREFISS [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

AN" ARTICLE Br {HARRISON HILL IN THE "MANCHESTER ';""v;;-W^KEY;;TIMESi^ 1 PBKEISS V,: Mister Editor, I thank-yew 4 yewr ' kind and kurteus note, Tellin' mo"ye»v have axepled wot in 'amurs vane I rote, And I think I CT the tbowzands ■ krowdin round tlie konfce!iiz:l»ill, Bi-in'; op..- tbes Weekly Timzez 4 • that arktkle bi Hill. • Wen yewr reeders in New jZea&intJ, ;. Inja, China,rarid Peroo . 4 i ,; y/ Reed thare welkumlFe^Afy Times, • as I kno they alwayz du, How they'll kawl-2 awl thare frendz, - sir, " Bertie, Gertie, Po'ly, Bill ! ." Herez the Weekly Times from Thg^ j land with a nartikle by liill!" When yewfind the sirke wlashu n-^oi n' j -/ up by leepz and bowndz, - Wen yew find yewr weekly fcoSers richer by LI .000, ; " Then I kno yew'llthiuk oif me; sir, : and yew will—rl kno yew will, Say with; editorial, glee, sir, " Bless ; that narikle .bi liill." - H So without a further word, sir, L will to the taslc I set,? : J !" And I'll rite iu termz'abstird,; sir,* ov. the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

AjEtoshMen '' For Cleansing the ; Blood f it has no Equal;5 ! "We give lielow the portrait and testimonial ol MnGranger Ward of Brisbane: Queensland "Some years ago while in America I had. : fever and Ague.* It'leftmd In'a very weak jtato and quite done up. I took some of Dr. Ayer's SarsapaiiHa and it soon jjufc me to • - * -- returned. ; rights and my strength safely recommend - • > I can. to otlieres; 'While in tlicrfinsh of thls'cdfantry I had jut atlack,al scurvy isatlsoon got frefr ■■ of, this complaint by jisiug tiie same remedy. * For cleaning 'ttiobfood and lor eruptions of the skin I <io tiot-ilunk it can be bcafc AU tho buslimcn use it.", , _ < •* Ff>r Constipation'late. Dr. .Arch's Tllln. They ,|T!i'nrM7-reHrTt»fBnil snrel** en re.. T.-ifce • tliom :.Villi Dr. Ayur'a Sars.ipnnlJa.: oncaids the olUer. - MetSO'URNt* <0/5/98, J •DVlSf&'f wjW*. W«« M't" Safe ctrne f°? *HP uver ! 5° ANp i FEEeS^ 3*?!!f *M ANV fEO*1 J""® A9it SU^EI...

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Didn't want to be King. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 26 November 1898

Didn't ^aat'te 1 ,, . /Apart from the l)uke "of York's . affection for >, his., brother,; th e- lite Duke of'CIaiencei his death, froiii various points of view, wis a bitter bibw;tti him (says the ' Whitehall^ Jie-. view).' He never'1 had the ' remotest idea. o£ becoming heir,1 to , the Throne; untilj^he, death c>f: his. bipt he'". - He I ived u nti I:tli a t .date an ,easy .life and had t ;t rained ? hiiusel f to do , and say pretty lnuch as- he liked- . He hoped to spend the tetter party of;'his;life visiting various iaiids^^ud cruising. From earliest youth nothing , has fascinated iiim inore than a .happy-go lucky-. •• irresponsibility.; . Like ; his sisters,: he.-had;no ambition, :his "one desire being to eiijoydife' and 'li\^ in peace. The'unexpected death of his brother.changed all this, and he had, :pr,icticaljy, to educate hims?l£ for a position.which was altogelherltnews to hitn. ; jUc h«l4 to igVP.w;; i eseryed and' staid,: and. to act t lie pact of a : Prince who a....

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Supposed Boating Fatality. MR. CHRISTY MILLER MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 November 1898

iftpiostd le&tiag Fatally. MR. CHRISTY MILLER MISSING. It 13 believed that Mr. Christy Miller, of Alexander-street, has lost his life by drowning. OnThursday last he left PurtPirie in a small sailing boat with three sailorswhom hewastaking to the ship Fulwood, which was then lying at the Anchorage. Mr. Miller reachcd the ship in safety, placed the men on board, and left on the return trip about five o'clock. The wind was then blowing a gale outside. The chief officer! of the Fulwood last saw Mr. Miller's boat about the locality of the tenth light, and it was then making in the direction of the port. This appears to have been the last teen of either ihe boat :or its occu pant. Friday passed and there were no tilings; Saturday came and went, and no news was to hand of the missing man, and after the police stationed at Port Germem and elsewhere along the coast had been - communicated with and no tidings could be learned, the utmost alarm was felt by.Mr. M2Ier!s family and frien...

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The Port Pirie Post Office. PROPOSED ADDITIONS INADEQUATE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 November 1898

Th§ Jest £isi@ Seat ©Sies, PROPOSED ADDITIONS INADEQUATE. A public meeting was held in the Insti tute Banquetting Room on Monday etening. ; The Mayor (Mr. . G. F. Claridge, J.P.) presided, and read the requisition published in the Recorder asking him to convene the meeting to allow of a protest being entered against the inadequacy of the accommodation proposed to be added to the Post Office. His Worship related what/had been done to get better postal facilities here, and mentioned that when Sir Charles Todd visited the port he admitted the necessity f«r further accommodation. They had uo wish to dictate to the Department as to what they should do, but they had a right :to ^express:: theirs opinion oa a matter that concerned them as this did. They felt that if the p'ans for which tenders had been called were carried out they would not provide sufficient accom modation, and they would' have to go •gain to the Government and ask for more. He was always enreful about touching department...

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CITY CHATTER. THE NORTHERN DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 November 1898

CITY CHKTTiS, Bv Twitter. I THE SOBTBBBS DIY1SIOX. The return of Mr. Tennaut was a fore gone conclusion. The choice presented to the electors was not of a quality to stir them to deep-souled enthusiasm. Mr. Heifchersay's candidal a re was all along understood to be a foil for Mr. Teimant. What prospects Mr Haslam had did not improve during the campaign, for some-; how the impression went abroad that he hedged on the household suffrage and the totalizator questions. Many persons who consider the distinctions in politics as subtle as those between tweedledum and tweedtedee pass judgment on the character of the candidates. The Port Pirie incident c« st Mr. Haslam many votes in connection ©ith the petsonal [equation. Mr. Tennant goes to the [Council at a pledged Government sup porter; that is to say ha has undoubted confidence in the Kingston administra tion, though he does not approve of all their measures. GEIDIRONED. The Hon. John Warrenhas been grid ironed by the Jhmijip for standin...

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Police Court. THURSDAY, Nov. 24. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 November 1898

Eelic® Coast TiierhdXt, Nov. 24. (Before Alt. J. P. Stow, S.M.) Kate GUp was fined 53. for getting inebriated. . . Friday, Nov. 25. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) Thomas ITenry Stacy was charged with assaulting James Henry Martin. Mr. Copinger for informant; Mr. Scott for defendant. James Hcury Martin, bailiff, said—1 produce a warrant of distress signed by Mrs. Lock ; went to defendant's bouse and got in and took an inventory of the good#; told Mrs. Stacy I was there under a warrant to seize her goods; read the warrant and banded it to her; Mrs. Stacy [said her husband: would throw me out, as I had no right to be on the premises, and she wished me to leave; declined to leave; she went oat and brought he? husband; Stacy asked me what I was doing there; when 1 told fcitn he said " Damn the inventory; you have no right here." He pulled me ouisido by the coat, and shoved me off; he then took off hia coat and threw it on the gioahd, and said ifi had two hands ho would give rae a pommelli...

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Legislative Council Election. No. 4 DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 November 1898

Legislator Ceaacil SHeettaa. No. 4 DISTRICT. In Port Pine the election passed off in orderly style, and although the polling was not heavy, a good deal of interest wm infused into the proceedings by the canvassers on behalf of Messrs Tennant and Haslam. Mr. Heithorsay'a chance was never seriously taken into considera-■ tion. During the day several cabs and other vehicles were brought into play for the purpose of bringing indifferent electors to the poll. A large drag which »m running in the interests of Mr. llflslau) can:e to gnef early in the morn ing through the axle breaking in front of the polling booth, and some superstitious electors thought this was a bad omen for the gentleram in question. It was generally thought that Mr. Haslnra would have a good majority in Port Pirie, and that in the whole of tho Gladstone electorate he stood a very fair show, but Mr. Tennant's supporters felt no anxiety about the filial result. Jvo one, however, was quite prepared for a two-to-one major...

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The Gospel and Democracy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 November 1898

2k®^@©spl as4 Semecsaey. ! At the Church of England Congress now sitting in Ballarat Canon Green, of Adelaide, dealt with " The Gospel and Democracy." ;;. No one Could believe, hes said, that Providence took no hsed of the circumstances and en vironments in which men and wotnen were; fora and died and made their living. It must be' acknowledged that Christianity had conferred great benefits, bnt the benefits would have been infinitely greater if men and women had lived truer to their Christian ? creed; He "had had exc eptional; opportunities for knowing the working classes, and he was im pressed with the fact that the leaders of the movement for greater political freedom were/ absolutely consumed with the passion for justice. (Hear, hear.) They//only // desired the triumph of their party because they believed it was the " triumph; of jus tice. The Church must proclaim, a gospel of love and hope, and: this doctiine would be accepted in pro portion as it could be shown that the Church...

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Dullness of Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 November 1898

Dollops of Trade. The majority of city tradesmen complain bitterly of the continued ctoI weather affecting trade adverse ly. Drapets and publicans are espec ially concerned.

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