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CITY CHATTER. THE MARINE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

CITY CHKTTEK. | -'ii ! ?HE k&aiHE BOARD. 8 adopted of giving the quietus oa the moti«»a to adopt the »port of the com mitted/which justifies the suspicion that killed, not because the | concession was aot right, bat because i other concessions were not granted. In committee attempts were made to secure represaneatioa fur the pilots and ama# shipowners, but these having been defeated jealousy was employed to do the northern potto an injustice. It seems hard to urideratahd why Port Pirie, with ita ferga and rapidly increasing trade— "the tail waggling the df>g business—. should not liave a local harbour trust or •Mmw* B°awi> 'just a* it has a local Corporation. Indeed the Corporation might- be ^onatituted. a,ha?bour tra3f9 a# Is the case iu OIas^joiy, ... the port despbnikg vote. If the Country Party really meant economy,cthey wentabout it very stupidly m «!iWiection with ?tfiafepOrt deepbnin* ™ wduced grant the Government will continue the scheme of improvements, trusti...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Port Pirie Corporation. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6. (Continued from our last.) RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

MoSDAYj DECEMBER 6. . (Continuedfrcm our. last.) J j". .V' RATES. ,vj.;l-„• Cr. Walsh moved that a ganeral rate of la. ia the £, a lightiagralo of 2d., and a sanitary rate of 6d. ia tha £ ba. declared on the assessment for the year 1898-9. ~ Cr.Wifcher escorkted. Carried. ' cosmrrtEK. Committees, were appointed aa fol lo%•^^•Pu'Mic iWotfcsJ tha Mayors Cra, Ksnisafe, ^Wil^herJ Herbert, andjlfe f Silver jt Finance^' tha « Mayor, « Cra. - Bunney, Conley, Lewis, end WalaJt; Health, tha V Mayor, y:€I#:;?^mson,,' Wilcher, Herbert, and DcSilvor. - AtlOWAKcga aj?d salaries. - The iEfayci« allowanca was fixed at,. £75. ; , hTh& appointtaoafc of a solicitor^ was postponed til?nostmceting. The T^a«€flaprfc^ Salary *ta*\ fiaed at £315. and the Sorreyor'e and Inspector's I &t lfe» andOa, 6d. f?sr day respects vsly. : - ' Accoonta'fdr JESi l(h. lOd. were passed * OBSBRAt BCSCtBSS. Cr. Wilcher moved that Messrs. Catt - jfnr^aT;^ropT7' quest re Poal Office additions. I Cr. Walsh sec...

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A Pathetic Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

A Patkstie ie@ae. A Liverpool paper is responsible for the following Btory:—At a pattj in the Border district, to which many guests rode ©n their cycles, the hostess made elaborate arrangements for the care of the machines, and a system of ticketing similar to that in use , at r hotel cloak rooms, was adopted, each' cyclist being provided with a check ticket. ; ? The- housekeeper was entrusted with the care. bf the bicycles and .t-lle iKde^oi.ifJVe'Jtickets, and as they arriyed the machines were, carefully stored and labelled, bo ■ thatothere ; would - be; no- difficulty when they were required again. But the;hotise keeper was not a cyclist, and did not understand the mysteries of . the: pneumatic tire. She pinned ,the tickets on the front tires of .the machines,;;where they could be best s«ea, and took good care that the pins were stuck well into the tire.- When the goests came to take their de parture the pathetic scene may be imagined. ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

Port Pirn.—Lafitede, S3 dag. 11 sis. g.; Longitude, lSSdog. 1 csia. S. 'V-/ —AaBiYALS. Dec. 7.—Jupiter. Danish ship, 1651 tons* Fonder. mntt«r. from Antwerp. Cargo —1734 ton* coke; 75 tona gpelter. B-lLP.Co. P, H. Know, agent. Dw,*. 7.—Cadtsll, steamer, 92 tons, John stone, from Port Brougbton. Cargo Flat. ... Dec. 7—.—Maid of Australia, ketch, 4o tons, Carver, from Pott Lincoln Cargo—Flax. Dec, 7. Success, ketcli. 61 tons, Scbmidt, from Point Tarton. Cargcn-Flax. Dec. 7.—Locref ia, ketch, 66 tony, Wright,! from Port Lincoln. Cargo—Flax. Dec. S.—Normanville, ketch, 24 tons, D. Diar, from Wallaroo. Cargo—Flux. Dec. 8.—Kadina, steamer, (A.S.S, Co's Line) 1708 tons, W. A. Butcher, from Newcastle *ia Pert Adelaide. Cargo— 2350 tona coal, 4GO tons coke. Ade laide Steamship Con agents. Dec. 9.—Orange Branch, ateainor. gtcamor, (Branch Line) 3197 tons, from Bom bay. la ballast. John Darling and Sons, agents.

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

(From oar own Corpeaporidenfci) i s'f' * * beeemfeor 8. ! The annua! inspection and examination of the Crjalal Bn«)k Wett State School took place ou November 30. Mr.. A. ! Martin, hawlroastof ®f the PortAdeJaide •chool, was the e*&tniner, andex. pressed himself a» veryp!i»aed;afcthe high state of efSciencydieclcsed by fcha rewult of the inspection. The result obuined for the wholeec&ool was J#3"78 p*r cent, whioh Was a considerable increaseoaCthai ob tained laatyear, whiehwasovepSO ger cent. For ecripi work, drawing, manual uork, and nsedlaKork fuliuaarks wore c»ra^.„ ^)ar scholAri.wereexarained in | the foarth class, three of whom obtained their. compulsory certiOeatos. 0n9 boy examined in ina fifth- claaa was also granted his w?USe«& *?i» obtained 14 ; mariw out of*«i&ssi$il« fif&UKf Thetrhole result is highlyercdifeible to tW teacher (Mr. A. TrozisaX while fcfco district is to bo ^coagratnlated upoa p»js3os3ing a . teacher of iuch undoubted...

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From "Quiz." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

Mrs. Ware, the new Mayoress of the city—fancy; we_ have boon with-; onfc a real Mayoress for fonr years—is described , to_ me asr 'a lady ofirathcr difiident disposition, and one who is not fond of large crowds; Porb Tirie, jast now the liveliest town in.Sohtb Aasfcralia, gets £30,000 i oat of the new: ioaii ''for. deepening purposes." Afc it^ pre^nfc rate of pro gress it won't, take long for; Port Pi rie with its 8,000 inhabitants t<> lay out Port Adelaide, In fact, some of Hip. residents; now talk of Pirie as South i Austr&lia'fi principal port. Erin-go-; bragh! Likewise faugh-a-ballagb. X:!^^nDantMll not- receive an effusive welcome from the -National Defenccrs of the Legislative Gouucil. They have.not forgotten that he assis ted to keep W. L. Ware out of Pari iiament. ■ ' A recent visitor to 'Frisco (where it has long been the custom to have theholels open all night aud oirSim ,days) says there is far less drunken ness there than in Sydney. In the city of t...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

DEPASTURES. Djc. 7.—Arroya, sieainer. 356i tons, Glenn for Antwerp. Cargo—2436 tons con centrales, Australian Metal Co. Geo Wills and Co. agents. D<v. 7.—Spindrift, ketch, for Port Lincoln. Dec. 7.—Merle, ketcb, for Point Webling. Doe. 7. - - Mary Jane, ketch, for Port Broaghton. Dec. 7.—Gambicr lass, ketch, for Walla* roo. - pec. 7.—Brotijjbton, ketcb, for Tickera. Dec. 7-—Frances, ketcb, for Port Brough ton. Dee. 7.—Bronzewingv ketch, for Kangaroo Island. Dec. 7.—.—Britannia, ketch, for Port Augusta. Dcc- 8,—A voca, steamer, 63 tons, for. Port Adelaide. £ec. 8.—Will jama, steamer, 1713 tons, Barry, for Sydney. Cargo—400 tons lead, B-HJ*. Co.; 45 tong flour Ade laide Milling Co. Adelaide S.S. Co., agent*.

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Selection of the Australian Eleven. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

Selection©! the Australian lieveo. c': Sid Gregory and Joe Darling have bean choses by fcbeir respective _ colonies as selectors ofthe next': Atss traliin Eleven. f ' i Psbtb, Tuesday. The action broaght by Mr. Morgan Mejricfc ag&insfe ihe proprietors; of the Perth Daily New, for damages for breach of agreement, resulted ia a verdict lor the plaintiff} for £162 Tha defendants have gives notice 'of . appeal^ A '•: : *v'l> ;.v }■;

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Bits from "The Critic." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

Hits itam "33&9 Gsitis." There are three Jaws in the S.A. S.A. Assembly. Two, however, like Sk Peter, deny that they are of the chosen. Northern Territory Resident Dash wood, .when. practicing iu Adelaide, on k one occasion had to < consult Mri Kingston, who,- however, failed.to tarn op to time. Seeing a'pile of letters handy, - Dashwood" 'strewed them all' over the office.-table,,and then informed the clerk that he " had left a memo, for Mr. Kingston."- The irate : Charlie next appeared:: in Dashwood's - office when .v. .he was absent, and had his revenge by emptying the coal-scuttle- on Ins table. "Tell Mr. Dashwood'-1 have left a memo, for him," he observed to D.'e clerk. South Australia has spent £8,000,000 on her main roads, of whicb £1,400,000 came from "loans, and the rest from revenue. This is in addition W the sums spent oat ! of fates on township streets and district roads. : : How Sir John Downer, distinguishes a Scotchman front an JOnprlishmana-fd ah i...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Windsor F*ri, ship, 1692 tons, Lambia from Hamburg. J. C. JnUut. German barque. 1076 tons, Law, from Hamburg. J.B. Thomas, American ship. 1807 tons, St'riuond. for Hamburg, Bloerafontein, steamer, 2745 tons, from Capo Town. Ornnge Branch, steamer, 3267 tons, from Bombay. Coasters — Annie Brown, Dianella, Cudell; Hawthorn, Capella, Maid of Aus tralia, Success. Lacretia, Lady Daly. Nor mftiivillet. Sir. W. Foster, Phoebe, Yoang Galatea. !

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Murder by Natives in the Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

M@?det hf M&ttves in t&e ; Tenrllory;; f; /:-• 5i ews of the massacre of two fcoSilu-hanters named Moore and HcXenzie, bjr Qative8,bas been re ceived from the Northern Territory. The fcwonseu were shot dead with their orfjx riSe*, of which, the.nafcives ©aeagsd to get possession.

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AT ANCHORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

AT ANCHORAGE. Jupiter, ship, 1651 tons, Fonder, :from Antwerp. ,

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The Labour Bureau. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

la tha As3«rab!y to-day a number of qcsstiota wera pat to the Blinigfry concerning tbe Labour Bareaa and the shipment of seamen The Hod. A.' Gait asked if ifc weald not ;be better to abolish the Ban an alto gether. , : - .. . i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

- nANUMCTUnra BOVAiea OE COMETS PB^ freihFOgorsets •-TtoV:aV^ Hiffh-CIasa r&mmr. In the-; ^ i ' TnkoE-tfirough. out t¥eJ WoftLD. /■ i^ward^jtfc »;V '. !!iskest;Hms • 'J, 'ATAIA.TXC; " Principal Exhibi tlonsJield.;.' during* the past ■26 years.-:" rv • ia tS«sa "CeIeb?atcid Cer&sts aro est«EsiT«]y imitated in makes of - iBferie? qaBlity,puw&aE8isdi6nlA 8M t&at each. .Ganoiisa Pair bears ', thialfefia Hsrg g3T -- v Mieinabidllrem'all xtfvsjy- y Loading? Drapers.' ■ •fete «ccitra rcn iustmlm: §dBS00SFF&GO "2^£* ^15 HCSIERYAPICkCQRSCTWARCHOVSEMCN. f .. :So1s Importer# ot the WeU-lcBown. _ mrli^s (S>'8sniteii? Brand of Hosiery BARRIER HOTEL, W H. WALLACE, NMIETOB, Begs to notify to the Travelling Public that tli@ thous® bag beeu thoroughly and MUFalslifi. • 1 For Vmxmimc® & Aceommedatien unsurpassed in, &A. JACKA'S BEER ON DRAUGHT. Dark Twist'and Plug *! T O B. A. ^O-O^-O.' •' STICKS, 3d. and 4d. - " v PLTTGS^d:, «d., 1b ® ' .%/ ...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

VESSELS TO AKRIVE. Alcyone, German 4-raasted barque, 2418 ton*. Brnns. from Antwerp. Sailed October 1. 71 days out. Uunanleor, barque, 921 tons. Warner from Paget Sound. To caii. Chelmsford. four-masted barque, 2197 tons, Thompson, from Hamburg. Sailed Oct. 15—59 daye out, Dramalis, 4-masted barqne, 2450 tons, Campbell. from Barry. Sailed Nor. 8; 32 dayn out. Joba Ena, 4-nsa*ted barqne, 2714 tons, Mad*en, master, from Paget Sound. Sailed Sept. 7—94 days out. John Palmer, ship, 1767 tons, from Puget Sound. To sail. Jl.ishona, B & C steamer. 2735 .tons, Anderson, from Tablo llay. Sailed Nov. 27. 13 days out. Penjnern, ship, 1,493 tons, Davies Blaster, from Liverpool. Sailed Sept. 17. Itt days out. Star of Italy, Chilian ship. 1571 ton». Wester, from Paget Sound. To sail.. Sokoto, 4-mast«d barqne, *2193 tons, from Hamburg. Sailed Nov, 15. 25 days out. VESSELS ON PASSAGE FROM POUT PIR1E. River Fallocb, ship. 1586 tons, Wilson, master, for Guam. Sailed Sept. 14tb, 83 days ont. Fn...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents.) Obituary. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

(Fro® 687 ©BB cswMpoadsats). J. Obttoar}'.. Adelaide, Frulay Nigfcf. '3- Mr. Palmer, the Adelaidsmanager fo? Lorimer, Borne, & Co.* died to-day. * >

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

I li&ilwsy TiWta&te. I PASSEN6KE TEtlKS, JaOK P©RT Pi BIB TO 1 iT<5*AdelaidOiTiaPeteraba.rgasftTef9 *ia JU!an-StTMt.Stati0B ®-s0 n.m.; Cantral !Stati®n at7 aim. '•-•To iAdel#fd«>,*;Tis: BIy£h; an«JGHs,iisteBa. Ellon-Street Statien at 10.20 a.m.Geatra <ftatioa.«t 10.39. a.m. _ To: Bralson Hill, via F<?taralaisr{j aad Terowio. ^EilaR-StreetLStatien at 4.4# p.m. ; Ceafcral Statisn at 4.i0 p.sa. To Adelaide, via > ffetarsbnrj^, fr»ra Cteatral Statiaa aaly, aiixed train at 19.59 p.m. . •- ... XERITAL8. - • - * * . yr«m.Adflaide,.Ti!K Tsrewia andPeters fettrg to. CentralStatieacalj, isuxod train T3r«kan Hill,. and Torom®. via Pstcrabnrgf. Central Station at 1© 4 a.m. Ellai-Strest Station at 10.18 a.ea. , - ^ ."Fmb Adelaide, Myth and Gladstoae. C!entraV Statioa at 4.47 p.ta.; Ullsa-rfcreat Station at 4~55 ®.in. •.-•.r-'.v • H FromTof#|Ke, Fateralrarjj.-fik&lforfchM'H 1>ysteEr.:' rCeattal: f:BtetStia at" 7.47' p.ia.; ^Uek-»t^...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

P&f tftLSHtiffiiph' OSee, - -^Ffcrfr-PIrie.^ ^ ?. *rjr± - MAIL AESANGEM E NTS Braiaes's boors ffoei &80 &.&. till 7.30p m 5aIIj,-«xcep£ gitteirdays, ;sr]jea its is opca frosi 8-SO &.B. till 5.S0 p.m, ;, { ' HeHoy Order OfSee from110 'a.m. ta § P.ra. . fcansga BaakAgsncy. frora 8.80 a.». t» 7.30 Bnd on S&tnrdxya till 6.80 p.BU ^ iB*pgsa;fora ■qnartsr of aa I libttr for tfi£ deHvai7~oFlfltters after the - ['arrival olfcb0:raaiW«T¥ryfeTealng-; ,. Mails. nrriT® and eiosio ssfollows £— r-. ijaiyAfi. Trom ''Adelaide 'sad ' OScsa' 'santk of jTeroirle at 4.40 A.m. " • :>;:'w 's'ii _ From,Adelaide And intermediate ofSccs at 4.55 p.m. " ' 0 ~ From Broken Hill at 10.18 a.ia. • -ru From Petersburg and intermediate efieea - at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.ra. From Telowio"and Port Germeia. at 4 ;p.m.j,; -i ' ' From Solbmbntowa^at 6.S5" a.ia., 9.15 a.m., and 4,15j>.isS.n % % Frora Nolshaby ( Wednesday sand Fri ■ days) at 6iJ0 a.m ~ ~ ' , : t' E>JS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

Strong Fillers of Support . '-■< m " *«ei800Bw6 •0/5/98, T©Trv WA*n$* Sa?e CURS 80 *»& I pgetSJ^ **^T IP hjfiav ^po fl8t SUFFERS™ **8* UYEQ COrfW-^ °*l» *»'»»«« ess" cauift tiwf* 8* Wakhsrs 5f* Curie. "®* 68UWJW °5' T*!f3IKG IT. H®*# jS«4 2*«SUSE m ee»Pf £csrsgy ^Cv c»w*ai»tP" ?*t CUR®- eit JJ**vr b ?ca»es E^f 52T«tyWIia»<tf ,r TKf¥ftt«a«8* ff'tRwcwe^P® **B uvuuitsuiie? <ho.H.8whi^ Gw Ww , W© TGNE'UP THE f SYSTEM AGAINST OPPRESSIVE HEAT *j Consider Sf Pneaaafed'* ' 1 * '< * Mr. Edwin Bright of Brisbane, Queensland. gives this strong testi monial: ; both in the United States and through-. ; oat Australia whenever I liave felt the need of a tonic.:. As a remedy for loss of appetite^ weakness and debility, and to tone up the system to withstand the oppressive heat and sudden changes I consider it unequaled." < For' eonatJpaKon: taka Dr. Ayet's FUU.They , promptly relieve and #nraly cure. Take tnem "■: with Dr. Ayer's Ssr*»p...

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Pencillings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

PsaciUiags. - ; When you marry for money yon .can'texpect to have; Ioye .thrown in. ; A widow never ids a good chance gaJ>y;,thinking;that'a better one will come her nay. - -7 ; ' Living' 011 a reputation wonld be all; right if it didn't sooner or later ran' into debt. , • n ' - An engagement ring on the finger' is worth two in a? jewellery ;store. • It is hard to believe- that practice makes perfect after listening to j thWr fellow who pi actises on the.flute. ' The old English law says that no man shall^die.foy a.dog, but out west many a- man has died for,.a;hpree. f A ten-dollar,bicycle suit may make yonr wife look like a new woman, but it.,takc8a.thir.ty-^qllar .bonnet and a one hauUred dollat -tailor-made i gown to make her feol like one. -'•Judge."

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