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

Ssesfeisg Sfotss. [By Viaioe.1 The weights for the principal events in connection with the A.R.C. Grand National Meeting are due on Monday next/ Reynolds, the Irish champion, upon his return from Australia "was interviewed by the Cyclist, and amongst other state ments, is credited with saying that Jack Gr^en" proved himself by far the best man on the Australian tracks last year.' Rot! Green, although a good man— probably the equal of any English rider yet seen here—was not in it with Walne, whose successes over the Englishman were in the ratio of nearly three to one. Bob showed a decided superiority over all opponents in sprintiug or following pace, and could stay for a week. " Plugget" Billmartin is now ridiug well in America, being placed on the same handicap mark as J. S. Johnson, one of America's greatest fliers. If Martin, in form, cannot win off 30 yards in the mile, then the Yankee riders must be very " slick" and far ahead of any European and Australian cracks^ seen out here...

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

r- ■ -i , j Passengek tsains feost Port plisie adelaide, To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tcro .vie: Ellen-rStreet Station- at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. ••• . To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone. EllenrStreet Station at-10,20.a,m.;;: Centra ; ."tation at 10.30 a.m.; : To; 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, mixed train at 10.50 p.m. ■ ARRIVALS. ' From Adelaide; via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train at 4 40 a.m. • ; Prom: Broken Hill, and Terowie via Petersburg. Central Station at 10.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m. i From Adelaide via Blyth and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street! Station at 4.55 p.m. J , From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern j System. .Central . Station at 7.47 p.m.; j Ellen-street Statiori at 7.53 p.m. T . i

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

departures. July 20.—Onraka, steamer. 1709 tons, A. Puul, master, for Newcastle, via Port Augusta. . Ia ballast. ■ July 20.—investigator, steamer, 315 tons, C, Anderson, master, for Port "Adelaide; Cargo—sundries. Ju?y 20.—Spiudiift, ketch, 71 tons, D. Dineen, master, for coast. July 20.—Taui O'Shanter, ketch, 15 tons, Spero, master, for ':oast. July 20.—Vivid, ketch. -IS tons, Irerson master, for coast. July 20—Yotuig Galatea, ketch, 17 tons, E. Sponza, master, for const. Juiy 21.—Napperbv, ketch, 70 tons, Harrison, master* for coast. July 21—Eobert Bnrna, ketch, 45 tons, Kason. master, for coast. 5 July 21.—Phoebe, ketch. 20 tons, Mike, master, for coast. July 21.—Mary, ketch, 33 tons, Gr. Bossser, master, for coast. Joly 21.—Kndina, steamer, 1707 tons, W. Donaldson, master, for Sydney. J^^Cn*KO—100 tons suiphides ore, John Darling aud Sons. 300 tons ore, "Wills and Co., 150 tons matte and 950 tons lead, B.II.P. Co. July 2J.—Natal Queen, barquo, 230 tons, Daviea, master, for Hobar...

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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) July 20. TOWNSHIP RIVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

(From our own Correspondent.) 7-:' July20. tOWSSHIP EIVAiBY It is greatly to be regretted that the relationship which exists between various towns and townships in the North is often marred by a feeling ofjjealousy, which is j as degrading to tho community a3 it is detrimental to its best interests. The towns in the Northern areas have much in common, and too mach cannot be done in the way of ventilating thisy fact if th® North is to have its rights as against the j city. The efforts of sundry individuals ] of a selfish and quarrelsome disposition to drag their town, as a town, into/ a con troversy of their own manufacturing and make it practically represent their own petty parochialism (to call it by no u orse name) should therefore be sternly crushed by all lovers nf good-fellosvahip and straight dealing. I think there are signs of this feeling dying out, and of a better, a more sensible spirit prevailing. It is about time a change took place, for things are bad .enough," goodness...

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

Post and Telegraph Office, Port Piric. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.- : Business, hours from 9 a.m. till 8 p.ncu daily, except Saturdays, .when it is open from 9 a.m: till 6 p.ni, ' Money Order.Office 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 5.30 p.m. : The office is open for; a quarter of an: hour for the: delivery of letters after the arrival of the mail on Saturday evenings. On and after Wednesday, : April 1st, mails, will arrive and close as follows— ARBJVAE.. From Adelaide and Offices south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. From Adelaide and intermediate offices at 4.55 p.m. From Broken Hill at 10.13: a.m. From Petersburg a.ndintermediate offices at 10.13. a.m. and 7.53 p.m.. . .,, .. From Telowio and Port Germein at .4 p.m. V .'■'< i'Y ' From Solomon town at 6.35 a.m., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15p.ini ' From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at- 6.20 a.m • . J •> DEPARTURE. For Adelaide and intermediate offices ait 10,5 a.m...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Inverlochy barque, 1,330 tous, Milne maater, from Antwerp. Bepublic, ship, 1,287 tons, Lcreta,master, from Paget Sound. Abeona, barque. 019 tons, Croal, master, from Bremerhaven. Dawn, steamer, 32S tons, Heaney, master, from I'ort AtMaide. Mary Webster, 92 tons, Carswcll, master, from I'ort Adelaide. Flux Crafts—Omeo.Brongbton, Cndell. Frances. liawthorn, Mary Jane, Merle, and Gambier X>ass.

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) July 20. Wo have again been favoured "with a nice rain, which, with what we had last week, will co an immense amount of good to the crops. One gentleman who has a laige amount of land under crop stated this afternoon that ib was worth £1000 to him. I treat that every farmer in the Hundred will be proportionately benefited. The weather lately lias been very cold, which retards the growth of all vegetation, but should we be favoured with a little congenial weather now every thing will grow apace. The crops generally are looking healthy, and if we are favoured with the later rutins there is little doubt but a fair crop will be gathered. To-day our local team of footballers met a team from your town, but the game had to be abandoned in consequence ef the boisterous weather. When play ceased the Brooks had scored I goal 1 behind, Piries 2 behinds. On Friday next the new Class-room at the Public School is to be opened, when the Board of Advice ...

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

>0 TONE IIP THE SYSTEM AGAINST OPPRESSIVEHEAT "I Consider it Unequaled" - Mr. Kdwin Bright of Brisbane, Queensland, gives this strong testi monial: • bothin theiUnited States and through-: out Australia whenever I have 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 constipation take Dr. Ayet's Pills. They. promptly relieve.and surely cure. Take them' with Dr. Ayer'a Saraapaxilla: one aids the other.

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

VESSELS TO AllItlVE. .Africander, steamer, 2755 tons, ivcen master, from South Africa via ports. To sail. Amulnf, bart] ue, 1,329 tons, Steele, master, from Rotterdam. Sailed May 28, 56 days out. Fulwood. ship, 1,986 tons. Lewis master, from lfatnbe«*£». Sailed June 17/ 30 days o it. I nvercak, barque, 1297 tons, Langford, manter, from Antwerp. Sailed, May 11, 73f"ayaout. John Eua, 4-nmsted barque, 2714 tons, Matl«en, master, from Puget Sound. To sail. .... Mary Augusta, sliip; 1.335 ton3, "Worrtca master, from the Baltic. To sail. Fort Slovens, steamer, 8551. toil?, "Whitehead, master, from Souaabaya. To sail. Prince IJobort, 4-masted barque, 2654 tons, Hansen, master, from Puget Sound. : Sailed May 17; 67 days out-. River Falloeh, ship, 1586 tons, Young, master, from Brake. Sailed April 23. 91 days out. Transvaal, steamer, 2246 tons. Biggs, master, from South Africa. To sail. Wyehwood, barque, 1.216 tons/Watson, master, from Antwerp, tailed May 7, 77 days out. Windsor Vnrh, ship, ...

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Port Germein. (From our own Correspondent.) July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

Post ©ermeia. (From our own Correspondent.) July 22. We appear to have got Into a rainy period just at present. Showers hare again set in this morning with every prospect of a continuation for the day, and although the rainfall is not heavy the ground ia getting a good saturating. Prospects are decidedly improving. Richard Barry, son of Mr. D. Barry, of Baroota, had his right arm broken on Sunday last by his horse falling whilst trying to do a bit of hurdle jumping. Dr. Bain has the young man under his care. A. runaway caused four minutes of ex citement here on Thursday morning, when Father O'Connor's horse and trap made a bolt out of the yard of the Pier Hotel. Before the runaway was cap tured the buggy had been considerably knocked about, necessitating the services of the local tradesman. Officers of the Taxation Department are here for a few days interviewing trades people and farmers, and causing a mild flutter of indignation as to the cause of their visit.

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

MISCELLANEOUS. The following Vessels are outward bound from Port 1'irio to the undermentioned ports:—' _ Maui JBhant barqtto, 1,315 tons, "VVil liauui. master, for Mumbles Koads; sailed. March S; 137 days out. Tythonus, Norwegian barque, 1,110 toss* Brynildson, master, for Carfchagena;. sailed March 26 ; 119 days out. Yarknnd, ship. 1.27-3 to:ig, Ltmdon, master, for United Kingdom or channel ; sailed April 15; 99 days out. Amiral Tronde, French barque. 1.417 tons, Maeo. roaster, for Swansea, sailed May 7 ; 77-days out. Marion Ballantyne, ship, 1,567 tons, Higffins, master, for Antwerp; sailed Slay 12; 72 day3 out. r; Marpesia. ship. 1,333 tons, S. Woxholt, master, lor St. Nazaire; sailed Jane 17 . Sftdaysoufc. Mo\* fean, 1-master 'barqne. 2,7-17 tons, Patey, waster, for Tchio, New Caledonia; sailed June 17; 36 days out. Ledorcy barque, 156S tons. McMurty. master, for Swansea; sailed July 9j'14 days out. '

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CITY CHATTER. COMDAHDANT BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

CITY CHSTTER. Br Twines. COM DAH DANT BOOTH. Time has taken off the effervescence of the Salvation Army fand given the "world an opportunity to judge of its prospects of permanence- The novelty has died away and yet the Army is a living force. The crystallisation has been not so ranch iathe direction of a new creed or new Church as a development of the universal creed and the universal church of humanity. So one can read the annual report of the operations of the church in Australasia, which, by the way, is printed like a work of art with reproductions of beautiful photographs, without- being touched by the admirable efforts put forth I© rave the outcast, help the downfallen. recover the waifs and = strays. The Salvation Army is illustrated Christianity illustrated not by a Michel Angalo for costly cathedral services, but illustrated in rough and ready outline for common newspaper work, outlines drawn at the Police Court, sketched in the back Blums. The "hereditary principle does no...

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

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING, The fonr-auistml l>ttr*iao Faania Ketr arriml*nt ^Newcastle en 'I'dosday after an except ioiaHy qtticfc passage of seven days. She is to load coal to" San Francisco at that port

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

PURE WINES AND SPIRITS. " .TAKEN ASMEBItilSK. ' "" "" In the ra(lvauco3vof age,i^liep l!»e rvita| poivtr3 Jan^risVaruT becomc enfeebled,'■pure wines and spirits are-as necessary as *plj apportioned food is fo& the youug,,in order to jirodacc perfect development of 'tho physical fran.e. "Subject" a3' manf Is* to -passions,: emotions, anil mental depressions: dependent on tho .diiferingstatcs of nervous sensihiHu-. it necetsaty that he should be provided \h tli "some agent, in -the - latter--' ease which v/ill, ejcite and ^enliven.without iutoxicatrngv- which'ViUvimpartv-warmth to his soci-;l feelings:: without 5 obsenringhia mental pcrc-ption of blunting his moral ecnaibiliiics Snch' an, agent, m, the trues?) cense of the word, & Wolfe'ft Schaapgis,**

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

o o e8 & <D s-. a, PARKER &.CO., Fashionable Tailors and Shirt lannfactnrers, 00 Ming William-Street, ADELAIDE. flew Season's Goods In all Departments. -:o:——-—■ "Write fo r Samples and Self-Measurement Eorms. PARKER & GO.'S representative can be found at BKUSE'S Exchange Hotel at short intervals. T3 P -j PT ® *1 o I •CONQUEROR -. DAEK TWIST: TOBACCO - IS THE — Favorite Throughout Australia. STICKS 3 3D. JL1STJD 4JD Australian Mutual Provident Society, ACCUMULATED FUNDS ... ... .... £14,500,000. TOTAL ASSURANCES (WITH BONUSES) ... ... £50,000,000. 1849. JUBILEE YEAR. 1899. The co-operation of members is. invited with the view of making the New Business for the current year the largest in the history of the Society. . Each member is relied upon to assist. ,in the; celebration: of ithe r Jnbilee -by ithe introduction of at least ONE new member. The Society is now the largest' MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE ' IN' TEE BRITISH DOMINIONS. ADELAIDE OFFICE-2...

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

GycUag 3Sotes, . Broken Hill cyclists have opened a ^billing subscription list to present Joe Megson, erstwhile Australian Champion, with a fitting souvenir on his retirement from the racing arena owing to the death of his father. A benefit meeting has also been mooted in Sjdney for the same purpose. " Plugger Bill " Martin is now riding well in America, being placed on the same handicap .mark as J. S. Johnson, one of America's greatest flieis. If Martin in form cannot win off 30 yards in the mile, then the Yankee riders must be very " slick," and far ahead of any European and Australian cracks seen out- here,. for, he would have been invincible off that mark whilst ih-the colonies. Perhaps Martin has not shown his hand yet, and may be hanging back with some object in view.; F. A. White arrived at Rock hampton (Q.) on the 11th ihst., having occupied 62 days 7 hours in covering the . 4,239 miles between Perth and Rockhampton. White's machine, although haying had several severe falls,...

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

Thi Steamers of tisLVtinewill sail from Port Pirie aa follow* {circumstances * For :} S, follow* (circumstances permitting) • \ S.3.DAWN, POET ACGCSTA ' FBIDAY JTJ1Y 29. vnmmiTBR . > K0ITHBCKG v POST ADELAIDE J (Passengers assX Cargo.) FAKE3To PORT AUGUSTA, Saloon, 12s. 6.1. ; STEEBAGE. 7«. Gd. To PORT ADELAIDE, Saloon, 20s.: Steerage, 12*. t*i. Roax<l Trip Tia Anjusta, EdithbarxU. tend Adelaide back to Port Pirie, 35s. Regular Fortnightly Service. To .• \ roirr adelaide | S.S. ERA, SIELMVRHB | SXVSKT /SATOBDAY, JiOy 23 I* KWOASTLE and all | QUEENSLAND Porta J 2*OTE.—Liberal Discount off Steerage fares to Queensland Ports, - West Australian Gold fieldsw IIEGULAR SERVICE FR03I PORT ADELAIDE. to \ BPJfBUBY I EABLY. PBEMAKTLE f GEKALDTON and J Passengers booVe«l rfoht thronsh to the Goldftelds. AH Prei jbta anil Passenger fares at Lowest Bates. COAL. Best Household, Engine, aiul Blacksmith's COAL ■applied at lowest Prices, large or small quanti ties, .r 4Q8-gal!on Tanks a...

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

Port Pirie.—latitude, 33 dez. 11 mm, S.; Longitude, 135* tie;* 1 rain. K. . ABBtYALS. July 20—Cadell. steamer. 02 tona, John ston©, master, from Port JBronghton. Cargo—Kl«s."" July 20—N«pp<rri>y, keteh, 70 tons, «F. ifarriwij. master, from coast-. Cargo— - Flux. July 20—Mary Wel/ster, schooner, 93.tons, G. Oirswi'H, lnastur, from Pert Ade lauk». Cargo—Central. July 3J—Omco, 3-iB:wt<;d schooner, 42 ton*, Johnstone, master, from coast Carjjo—Fiux. July ao-^Mary, tek-h, «5 tons, G. Kosser, toaster, from e&usi. 'Cargo—Fltix. July 20~C«ambtor La?s„ ketch, 4«j tons, D A. Dineyn, master, from coast. Cargo ■' —Flux. July 20.—Brou^hton, ketch, .40 tons Modgetnau, master, from Coast, Cargo —Flux. July 20.—Hawtliorn, ketch, 54 tons, G. Bafcer, master, from Coast. Cargo —Flax. July Zl.—Frances, ketch, 12 tons, -Burgoyne, jiastcr, from Coast. Cargo i — Flu*. July 2-.—3IerI».\ fcefi-h. 20 tons, Anderson, master, from coast. Cargo—Flux July "2.—Mary Jan**, ketch, 9...

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

GOODE, IMPORTERS k GEKERiL STOREKEEPERS. Stock as usual, large and well assorted in all departments. A Liberal Discount for Cash. See Circulars. . O • ■" E L L E N - S T R E E'l, P. O R T P I R I E, Railway & General Carriers, BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. Adelaide* Port Adelaide,. Fort Pirie * Goods consigned to w are delivered to Store Doors in the Town and Suburbs. WHARF AND STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. OFFICE :ON^HARF* ELLEN SJREET, PQRT PIRIE WOODMAN' PIANOS, PIANOS. Largest Stock to select from, in Adelaide.^ Lowest Prices. ... . Time payments. —o—; rrrr- . ? - ... - Adelaide. Importers of Every Description of -mx'-'js*. 3^r o s ' Uk.g a m- o. on " - ":"v;3 c"r" / -7 EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS, __——;o:— ■ > ;.T " THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical Box.) £3 10s, price lists TO £20. Catalogues ON Application, and Catalogues en Application, NOTE THE ADDRESS— . S. MARSHALL & SONS, 52, BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. ... WAS THE Medal of the World's Columbian Exposition THE AWAR...

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A Jewish curse. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

A Jewish eurse. Dealing with tlie ecclesiastical excoramunication. in" ,tbei Church - Ga sette,.'tho Rev. Dr. Schwartz says no of the most flagrant exhibitions of bigotry and intolerance on record _ was the expulsion of the godly Spinoza from the synagogue,; After calling maledictions on his' heaid for. every month/ week, dayv hour of the year, the anathema culminated in one great ourburst: "We beseech the great God to confound such a man and to liasten the day of his destruction. Cursed be he wherever lie turn ; his soul shall go Out.to him in terror. Let him perish by burn ing .fever, by a consumption, being dried up by fire within and covered with leprosy. Let; oppression and anguish seize him on every side. . . The strength of his skin shall be devoured. The earth will swallow him up. Let God never forgive him his sins. Let the wrath and indig nation of the Lord surround him; and smoke, for ever on his head; . Let all the curses contained in the Book of Law fall upon him. -Let G...

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