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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Angleton. Steam, Chaff and Wood Mills. -SOLOMONTOWN &ESILYER «r ftAQOR. Be*t Chaff, sarreab rates., Catting done for the Trade. Best qnalitj Wood on Hand. Orders Isffc with Sjmonds Bros, will receire prompt attention. : ttANUnOTUREB R9VAU8 Bg C9MTO: FRENCH PD CORSETS . « • HI®f8«©iasa Inthe . Trade through* out the WORLD. Awarded the .. e i HfSHEST KglOlS at AU THt Principal Exhibi tions,held .. . during the past 25 years. Aathesa Celebrated Corsets are utwfrtfr imitated in nake* of , iaforiar quality,purehsesrs should, ess that ©aeh Genuin»P»ir bears . thia Trad« M«jt tK?T*' . Obtainable,ften* all Leading Dntmra. isu mints ran «u>tmiu: . IOR8DOm¥&GO"£^'.t1^ HOSIERY M> CORBET WAREHOUSEMEN. - 8ol« Itaporten of the Well-known Sterling CS> Sanitary Brand (f Haslsijk BARRIER HOTEL, W H. WALLACE. PROPRIETOR, Begs to notify to the Tr^blling^ Public iMt the house has been thoroughly Renovated and IMiirmsM, For CJonveiitedce & Awonim®dati©n ussssrpassed ja §...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

I -- 3Ku.l»Bil4*' e "--The M8ed money ^of-ths f?New -market Handicap has been increased ^a9£7Sj^tp>£ti£^^-l«rbicli' is the amount added to the Australian Cap. Mr,' Gollan's old -horse Norton" is still tof;the fore in 'Loglaiid;'7.r,'f^^aeh. by. Hickey, he won the Sandiiiig Steeplechase at ]< olkestone on Oc tober 27. • ' ^Thirty-three bookmaker preferred j&iL&MiDg- -at- fv. Jce.c.en.t.3YestcaJian. meeting ' to . paying the!, club /what conSidefed| in$S^|ant ^ " Ten jnareV S year old or under are, -being advertised for by Messrs. ^Y-ailJei.& Go. -They must be.by Gang fFprw&rd, Abercorri,' M'irtiiri-Henry, ^brdeAfeldt, Newminster, Trenton, oriRohinson Crajsoer^iThey^are-pi^b :«biy^antfed*^^nwl&c^*~ii ~ Merman, storting, at „5 to J,, ran Tibsol n teiy" lasfc5* in;' 'the1 Manchester Cup*; ;inlcwhichlISewhaven ? "fijiished [fourth. :., A novel experience,, recently took ,'pjace in a cricket match between'two :military teamsnn' Ceylon,...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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CITY CHATTER. THE UNIVERSITE UNDER CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

CITY CHHTTER. By Twitter. THE f-SIVERSlTB USDEH CRITICISM. A pleasure nf primary man is to make eport of institutions. The hnbib is a virtue or vice according to.; the mot ire. Aia vtce it is vandalism ; iw ii vrrluo, icunoclasm. . The disposition m*y ba tnccd partly to tho phy «>f energy, for a man'# energy corresponds wiib htsv capa city to destroy ; partly to, the deliriuur of ambition, which mounts on dead others as altruism on dcnd selves ; and partly to the pursuit of truth, uhicli advances wilhdestruction of doubt and tin gods. TlieUniversity has bean attacked from differiiKj motives, Iti s»aio criticism it has been painfully .evident that it w«s the;; child of m«lice, begotten with lust of power, nurtured in envy, and clothed in tho stolen garment of utilitarianism. More recentlytheinstitution has been under other fire. Tho comments which ; hare been"passed on the Coriservatoriuii) i of Music hikve at least been honest and serious. In particular tho charge made by Mr. E. ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Eailwa? Time-table. Passbh&bb Tsaiks ?fiom pom piaib t© To Adalaida, rin Patarsbur j ana T«r» *io Elian-Street Station ai 8.50 a.m.; Central Statian at ? a.m. To ri* Wjth aa4 Gladstone. Kllen-Stre«t Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra station at 10.30 a.m. To Breken Hill, ria Peterrtnrg and Tcrowio. Ellea-Sfcreet Station at 4.4® £.m. ; Central Statien at 4.S0 p.m. Te Adelaide, , ria Fetergbar*, fr«m Central Station onlj, mixed train at 19.50 p.m. >= .. " ■' ' AERITAtS.' Fram Adolaid®, Yia Tarewia ud Peters burg to Caatral Statiea aaljy raized traiii at 4 40 a.m. EV«h* Brakaa ' Hill, i aad Tararia via Patan1»ur^..Cantril Statiaa at 1&4 a.m. Sllaa-Sbreab' StatienaV10.18 ajb. Fraia A dolaida Tla Blyth aadGl&dsteaa. Cantral-Stationat 4.47 p.m.; BUoa-atrdafe Statiea at 4.55 p.m. Fraja TacawiaJTatajraTtarp, and Ifartliara Sjstaol: 1 Cantral . Statiak ; at. 7.47 p.ia.; Bllan-streot Statiaa at 7.53 p.m.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Port Pirie Pro/esslpnkl and Business Directory. J\. Shipowners, «tc., Ellen-street;/ D. B. Yonng, Managjr BRADLiy & SHE BIDAK, JBoot Msna 1 facUrorj, etc., AIoxBQderstTset.' J. B» Gould, i Maaagar. ,i - * '* "O ADEN0CH, J., Bsfcer and Goafoclimfsr, ^D,;r :EUen'f|iTaofc. j -f - . eLAEIDSB & SONSi S: F;V%po^r» and General. Drapew.-Ellen-strest-:A (, OLAffCBY & Co., HeWceopatbVlJiepensary ; and Life Drops DapotjWriffworiaUtwa. £JOTILB, W.j Cash Brapwy E llen-itrto . GORNIrff, B., Baak*«ll«r, StatisHfir, and Newsagent, Sllon-street. - L COTTLE. 8. C., Ironworker, ete., Alax - , ■■ '/■* * DE SILVER & MAGOE, Solcaientown; Chef and Wood Mercian t». ;u DTTJfCAJT, J., Solicitor, etc., Atexander ■treet. FLETT, : It.; ^Watchmaker and Jeweller Sllon.street. /^EEY, Fwd, Aucfcioneer,Cemraie*ien VJT Agent, &c., ElUn-streefc. GOODS, H. a. & W., Importers and General Storekeepers/EUen-Btreet. JJAHMEB, C.®., Butcher, Eilen-otrcet HERBEBT, C:,l}akerand C...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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House of Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

b?; House oi Assembly. j Iii replj to. Sir. Price, the Hon. J. O. Jenkins slated tliat^if'thelGpvern raeai pdrcftdscd tlie iSfenclg railway, the men employed on it woaUi be Jrcfained asfar as.passible, " Hepljinjf to Mr. Roberts, the llon. V. C. Kingstuu said he Intended faking Iha Houso into his confidence respecting federation.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Post asd Telegraph- Oflce, ?@rt Pirie. MAIL AKKlKCrlHEKTS. Busineta hours.frosa 8.SO a.m. till 7.30p.isi daily, except Satsrdays, whea it is epsa from 8.30 a.m.- till £.30 p.m. - Money Order Ofics from 10 a.m. to $ p.m - baviajjs Bank Agency, from 8.S0 n.sa. t© 7.30 p.m-. and on Saturdays till 5.80 p.s. Tha oSco is opea;for a quarter of> as hoar for the .delivery of letters after the arriral of the mails erorj areainj. Mails arrive and ciose aa follows:— MtBIYAX. From Adelaide and Ofices couth ef Terovrie ai 4.40 a.m. Front Adelaide and intermediate oiSees at 4.65 p.m. - From Broken Hill at 10.18 a.m. From Petersburg aadintermediate efices at 10.18 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. From Telowie and Fort Germeia at 4 p.m. From Soloraontown. at 6.S5 a.m., 9.16 a.ra.;, and 4.15 p.m. From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at- 6.20 a.m BSrARTUKK. . . For Adelaide and intermediate oMcea at 10.8 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. For Adelaide and oSces south ef Terewie at 10 p.m. For Petersburg, Broken Hill, and Int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Printed sn«l published bj Ckaslss i Mstsioe ud Alfbbb Edwarb Setrra at their OSes Ellen-afcreet, ?«rt Pine.

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Port Adelaide Deepening. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Port Adelaide Deepening. To-d.tjf lie Treasurer le-mtrodiKed the sobjcct ot Port . Adelaide deepen ing. . lie said iliafc£i>0.OOO was a - sufficient instalment for the next two ▼ear«l The debate was onfinished.

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

yiiiu ii i li ii nil ffibtfaman.iw wwiwrgiibh rwf wmbii i " stews. | Part Pirie.—Latsto^s, S3 dee. 11 sis. g.$ loogitade, 188 dag. 1 ram. S. ABBIVALS. <V0Cr 3 —Paw the* a, keteb, 5V ton?, Baker froraTickera. Cargo—Flu*. Dec, 3—Aroca, steamer. <3 tons, from Port ; ; Adelaide. Cargo— General. John ' " Darling & Sons, agents. * Dec. 3— Robert Barns, ketch, 45 tons. Eaaon, fromTickera. Cargo—Flu*. Djc. 3.—BrittannLi, ketcb, 25 tons, Bar goyae, from Port Augusta. Cargo— Flo*. Bse.3 .—YonngGatatai, ketcb. from Port Broughton. Cargo—Fiux. -. Uec, 3—Francis, ketch, 13 tons, 5!. Bur goyne, from Port Broaghtoa. Cargo ;D«e, *—,Anaiar Brown, bnganhne. 169 ton#. Allan, from Port Lincoln -V Cargo—: Dec. 4 — Spindrift, ketcb, 71 tons, D. Diaeen, from. Port Lincoln. Cargo— - - Flaz. , " ^ Dee. 4—Willyania, steamer, 1712, tons, P. Barry, from Newcastle via Port Ade laide. Cargo—3400 tons coal. A.S.S. . • Co^ageata. : ■ Doc. 4 —Capella, keicb. 73 toes, Linquest, from Por...

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Harrold Bros'. Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Harrol&IlrosV Estate. . At tbehearing of Ilarrold Bros.* case to-day Mr. Henderson, repre senting? Messrs Geo. Wills & Co., in addressing the Conrt, laid jjreafcatress oa the fraudulent Data re of the firm's transaction; dona* recent years. He referred to the attempts which had been qjade to draw a sister residing in England and several Adelaide merchants Into the vortex. The firm wa* fo cornered that Arthur Harrold was obliged to watch the overdraft thrice daily to gee whether cheques outstanding eonld be paid.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

D1S PASTURES. Dee. 3.—Dawn, steamer. 328 tons, J. G, Little, for Port Adelaide via Port Augusta and Edittiburg. Cargo— general. Passengers— Mossrs Oldfield, A. Fibz, A. Lemon, G. F. Mauritzon, aadMissF. Austin iu the saloon and 10 in the steerage. , ? Dec. 3.—Elizabeth Annie, ketch for Wal laroo. ' " l)ec, 3.—Adonis, ketch, for Black Bock.* Dec.3.— Vivid, ketch, for Point Riley, Dec. 3—Cadell, steamer, for Port Brough ton. ■ ' ■- ' ' : Dec. 4.—8.S. Jessie Darling for Port Ade laide. - " Dec.3.—Mary Lewis, ketch, for Port {Au gusta. ' ' . - Dec. 3.—Uribes, hulk, (in tow of Nelcebee) - for PortTurtori. Dec. 3.—New Arrival, ketch, for Tickera. Dec. 4.—Time, steamer, (Howard Smith Line) 1670 tons, Brown, for Eastern Colonioj. , Cargo.—for Melbourne.-" 130 bales wool, Howard Smith & Sons; ^ 174 do. Messrs Treleaven & Brown; ICO tons concentrates, Australian Metal'Company; 9 bags ore, :A.TB. Caahtnore; 174 bags ore, Treleaven & Brown ; 15 tone ore, Howard Smith &am...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). Death of a Clergyman. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

(From our o»n correspondents). Be'Mh oi a Clergyoisfi. AoEtAiftK, Tnesday Night. The Re*. Mr. Maofchorpe, Congre gational minister, died to day.

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Cricket. PROPRIETARY V. PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

i PROPRIETARY, V. PORT PIREB. The meeting between these teams in the second round of ^Association matehe*, although 'talked abpu^fc, a good deil pi'eviously, attracted i only a moderate attendance tj the Recrea tiou Ground Jast Saturday afternoon. Certainly it was a trifle warm for the players, but pleasant enough in . the Stand tor spectators, and it is sur prising there was not-1 larger atten dance. Gilbert captained the Pro prietaries in the absence. of Goss. while Duncan led the Ports, Scott not donning the flannels. The Proprie taries had first use of the" wickets, but their first men did not last long. 2 wickets being down for 12. fiifi | gave a very -fair display - for 24, not being, so anxious as usual; Ogilvy j knocked up 11 in three hits, included I in which was a 5, and was then beaten | by Carlile. ^ Gilbert batted freely and well for 16, and appeared to be well set; .when., ,Hioks, go>t_ .one . past him. | To Campbell, ~hoiVever," must be awarded the "palm for playin...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

THE Ijoward Sraitii Lin®. Tk» StauMra •* this lino will (oil from Tart Piri# «3 (eirenmtUn^a permittiaz) For -V ; S.S. DAWN FOETiUGCSTA l VridZnl* BDITHSUKG C invitee. 9 POKT A6IUIDS ) (Passsagera tad C*rro.) fakes:~to post augcsta.s»i«ea. tsa.iL ST EBB age, 78. (M. T» post ADELAIDE, Satooa, Ma.! gte-rage, 12*. At. Baaed Trip via Anjpisia, EdiUikargh. u4 A«el»i<« hack to T»rt Tirue, SJj. t Regular Fortnightly Service. MSLBOCBJIB j 8<S- AGE R»WCA8TLEju«4«!! f MONDAY^ QU3ZSBLAKD Ferts I Uec* *~ KOTB.—Liberal Dacoaat •# Steeras* fare* to Qa««*sl*a<l Torts. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. r* ^ S.S. EOVEKIC, . ,f Thursdajr. Dee. 9. ALBAS i > eeYsion FltSMASTLH C S S. GABO r KBMASXIjS J FritlaV, lhw. 1C. rtoM^n fcoeke4 ri;ht thratijh t» the Gsidgald*. All Freight* %aA FaJ«m»er farca »k lowest Bates. ' COAL. COAL. COAL. BostSossaboM, Baffin*, and Blsekimith'a COAL ■applied It Lowjst Prices, Urj« or imsll «nanti. tisa. 4S9...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

l\ J >_ J *"■ } "** • ■ r^m, 1 1 11 ™ __r _ 5 't^'cims rl 0:: I [ t.H': nsTld'^S IMPORTERS - ife"'GENERAL SIORIiKEEPERSv. • • " " -Jk J» S 7 "* "" • """ . " * * • " 3 ' t • ' Stock as usual, l;u,gei and well assorted in all departmentsi A liiberalTJisfcotiirt for CasKiSee Circulars.r , L L E -N.-:S^Rr./>B PIE Ji®; TRELEAVEN & R Garriiers/ Giistoms, Shipping and Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES1 i#ECarft/ RAILWAY STATIONS.^ v gtoUUML! vP»H APBL4IM, ; iPwtl^ PlKIE 3G JS MiSiroti;palljiulli:i• >• 11 >--y • <N -BROKEN H I LL- " ' . (xppclsmonsigned to ^ispare deUvered to Store Doors in " ;^ . t! the, '.Town-jaM^SuJhB^UA H-s.uO^ ' \ WHARFrANlT^lsTQiC^Bilr^^ OFFlOE-QN, WHARF, ELLE^,STREET',PORT" Pl.BIE PlANQSy RIANOS; ^the Largest Stock, to select from in Adelaide. ^ " '"v '• ' V.-,.-.v - ^ l*.-',"" ■ 6—, !■ ./. ••• , Time payments'.' ' -WoopMi^s^fe r* p-ap/i-a l/|pr']'TC?o . .. . .. " "'' Importers' of Every..-description of ' F^i..yk,^3XPrO= X A. IKT O O S &...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

■STsefal Sats. Milk is an excellent substitute for soap or soda when washing' crockery. It softens tbe water and prevents the hands becoming grained'and roagh.: To get rid of cockroaches mix - np equal parts of plaster of Paris and common flour in a dry state, and lay this about the floor in places they ara known to infest at night." * ; ; To clean glores,: get some painter's benzine, pat the gloves in and- dip them in the benzine^ rub:as if ^wash ing your bands, then dry them with a clean cloth (robbing the one way) and bang in the sliade. "When' tjuite dry pnll them oqfc and they will be like new. - In making salad never cut : the lettuce 5 wipe well with, a soft cloth and tsar each leaf apart. Beef tea will pot prove so monoton ous to an invalid if a different flavouring be.used each, time, such as clove, celery, or lemon. ; ; To clean white straw hats, rub them with halE a lemon ^dipped in flowers of sulphur; dry in the, shade. Another way is to get a brush * and dip it in tarta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

A Eemfcle ©Jttbai© Crasfc. &a& Cold. I THREATENING CONSUMPTION | I MARVELLOUS AND RAPID CURE. Among the numerous letters and testi monials constantly pouring in upon the Life :DropsTroprietary appears the following from Mi*s£>. Chappie,of AloxaiiaerStrro : — 'X, *'.1 am iruieui to let you:and others know what yottr Life Props h.-ive dona for me. About twelre months ago T caught a severo cold which settled< ou my; chest- and- de veloped into a dittressing cough and hoarse ness. TJie pa:n i.i siy chest, together with Ihd cough, was so severe tint it often kept roe awake for whole nights ai a tune. I'll j cough was of such a terrible nature that it was almost as distressing to others, «s it w is we.kcning and painful to me. ; I think : I h*vc tried e*ery cough mediciuc I could hear of, ai-l was treated for' a; long time by a doctor without getting cured of iny cum plsint. Wtrilel took his medicine my cough was eomevhat relieved, hut returned worse than eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Now and again one will meet indi viduals who seem to expect' ^supernatural powers from drags, They will , take a few doses of a medicine, and if immediate relief is not felt tliey will gy to another, nof realising that it may > take many rabnths to thoroughly eradicate a 'disdhse that ■ nas perhaps existed for years. ■ * It maty bVhere remarkgd that although the action of Life Dropi is prompt and cpii; tain,' and although many njarveUotjsly rapid cures have been: performed by its agency, e^en in cases of long sfendinff, yet it occasionally happens that c^ses &rq met with which require a steady and "per? severing use. of this |}^pjilar remedy,>.■:

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The Guile of Dad M'Ginnis. (From The Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Tka Gnil§ of Bad M'&i&ais, I (From The Bulletin.) i ' When M'Ginnis {.truck the mining camp at Jatabcroora Creek His behaviour was appreciated highly ; For, although he was a quiet man, in manner mild and meek, ' Nor like ordinary swagmen with a - monumental cheek, He: became the admiratiou of the camp : along the creek 'Cause'he showed a point to Kangaroobie Riley. Both the pubs on Jamberoora had some grog that stood the test. (Not to speak of what was manufactured slily!) And the hostel of O'Gorman, which was called " The Diggers' Rest," ? : Was, Q'Gorman said, the tinest house of any iu the west; But it was a burning question if it really teas the best, Or tho " Miners "—kept by Kangaroobie Riley. • Dad M'Ginuis called at Riley's. Said he "felt a trifle queer," And, with something like a wan and weary smile, he Said ho " thought ho'd try a whisky." Pushed it back and said " I fear I: had better take ii brandy." Passed that back and said : " Look here, Take the bra...

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