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Madame Sherwin's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

3£&aa&e^SSe?^H?s/€?e!aeesfc> : A bumper _ house greeted Madame Amy . Sherwin in the' Port Pino Institute, on Thursday :eVeningi -and many of those present came a con siderable distance to hear the famous cautatrice.v ■ The floor of the hall was crowded to * eicess, and the dress : circlewaswellfiHedBy afashionable company. . The : programme was opened by a violin solo by; Mr. Barton, who a^mtted:JSimself; in^is customary; able manner. ? The next item, Sullivan's " The Sailor's Grave," by Mr. Henry Stock well, the New Zealandtenor, -so -pleased the audience that it*• was imperatively redemanded, whan the welcome English ditty, " Sigh no more, ladies "(R. J. S. Stevens), was given. Miss Maud Barnetti accompaniedby her sister, contributed two songs, '• I dreamed a - dream" and Jade's "Better- Land,-".- for the latter of which she was encored. Mr, C. A. Caterer sang two numbers, •' The Storm Fiend" and Moir's " Best of All," both of which were well given, but in repea...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Not Enough Babies. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

The Free Church o£] Scotland has, ifc is said, a very serious grievance; IfcVisT bsing defriiuded of its proper proportion of ; babies^ , There' is a deficiency: of ino ; fe,wer than . 6,000 infant?. - So, vafc least, said the He v. Robert Howie, of Govan, one of the statisticians of the church^ Speaking at one of the meetings of the Free Church General Assembly, he men tioned that the Church ! had. in cpnnectibn'With it a il total, ^adherence —yonng and old—-including babies,'? of 785,000. ; He had, lie. went on ; to say, been carious to see how: many birthsHhere are in shch a population j' and so he made a calculations - Even supposing that' they had .only 685,000 adhering to tlie? Free Church' there, ought (if there had been the same .proportion, of births in the Free Church as in other parts of the country) to have been about 20,000 births: ;in the Free Church. J£ven after making due allowance for those' who ;died in infancy before baptism ' remained uhbapfcised, was.it a. satis...

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Farm and Garden. From the Garden and Field. LIQUID MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

Farm aacL G-asdea. From tbo Garden and Field. LIQUIDMAMJRE. ■ It is always well to havea good supply of liquid n^uro hand; Thia.inay jbe provided by filling some tank, vat, or oven a large barrel let into the ground a third full of cow or . sheep dung—the latter for choice—and filling the vessel with water. - % stirring this occasion ally, potent liquid manure may. be inade aud by filling upthe ..vessel again and again with water, as drawn on, a constant supply'may be ' provided. "The first lad ings ure very potent; and need not the. dregs stirring up scarcely at all, but, as supply after supply has been taken, the liquid eels all the weaker., it needs not saying that the rat should be kept on some back part of the. premises,^not t?>o near the flower garden, else the effluvia therefrom may bei found disagreeable. SOOT-WATER " . is a very good fertiliser, both quick in action andjjotent;. ;I6 answers; for- inoat plants for a' change^. and -it is a cleaner plan of giving soot than ...

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

[By " The Punter."! This afternoon the Solomontowns will - tr^i'tohcl^bus^wifch' the Pi'Or prietaries on the Recreation Ground, play commencing- at 2.50 sharp. Al . though; the.: ground "will ?be . .rather - heavy a good game is anticipated, as both teams will • put; about" their best* combinations in£ the field. - The following are the; teamsSolomouj | towns —Keougli (capt.,, Clark, Colesi, Harvey, : Kow, Mealy, Ilicks, : Stewart, Smith, Spender, Walsh, Mansforth, Peters, Philcox, Trennery, Smy the, Olive, McRaej and Bond/ Proprietary — Hannari (eapt.), Turnliull, Cailaghan, Camp; | bell, Gilbert, McDonald, Reidy, Davis, | Phillips, Palmer, H. Nnulty, Sain dry, Yauser, Yateman, Woods, Howard, Lewis, Gribbie, Walsh, - and l M. Naulty. While conversing . the other day with an Adelaide visitor who-takes a •deep interest iii city football, and who witnessed last Saturday's match on the Recreation Ground, lie. remarked " That although at times our players showed unniistakedly improved- ...

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

What does it do? l It causes thGoii.glands. ' in the skin to become mora active, ■■paMog, the; hair. t soft and glossy, precisely • 1? as nature intended. ; It cleanses thV scalp • from dandruff and t&3re I moves one of the great causes of baldhesa n • It mates arbetter cir culation in the scalp and stops the lair from coming out. if prevents and Jt cares Mlioess, . Ayer's Hair Vigor wiil snrely make hair grow on laid heads, provided' only there is any life remaining in the hair bulbs. : ! Itrestores color to gray or white hair.- It • does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; bat in s short time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color of youth takes its place. PREPARED BY Sr. J.C. Atee & Go., Lowen. Kass., U.S.A.

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

THE BEST in the WOULD . MLVS EUCALYPTUS OIL.

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

Live Stsek&oport. Elder, Smith & Co. report under date Adelaide, July 21: — I Wool.—The sales in London have closed, the market at the finish being re potted firmer, with an upward tendency. YVe have received telegraphic advice from our London house of the following sales made there on the 18th inst.Greasy— 219 bales L/Beltaua, 6Jd. ; 264 Fowler's Bav. 6id. : -293 I'/Momba. 6id. : 306 Mutooroo, 6fd. ; 251 Momba, 6|.; 279 Milo, 7; '208 Ned's Corner, - 7&d. Secured—166 bale3 Cordillo, Is 2bd. The opening sale in Adelaide jyill be heid on September 29, and everything, points to a brisk market and better prices than last year. ...: ... Sheepskins. — Late rates are fully maintained for all descriptions, full . woolled merino skins realising high prices —as much as. 5£d per lb. being .paid for clean Northern skim, if dry. We cleared our usual large catalogue on Friday, at the following prices, viz. :—Full-wo9lled merino skins, 4s 3d to. 53 4d. each (some few extra ...

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

gaits wis Sousing Shift. Below will be found the draw for the first round of the Caltowie Stakes for 32 dogs, to b« *u» at Caltowie ou July 26th and 27th. The prizes are—First dog £30, runner up £15, two dbga £7 10s. each, and four dogs £2 10s. each : - Mr.jiF. Wi Fulwood's f d Foxdah., Toby Jones—MyTrick, against Messrs. McConnachy & Buckley's r & w d Slavik, Peter Jackson—Railway Lass. Messrs. :=* Sandery,' Roediger's y s AcsTRAttAN Beauty, Lord Chester field—Lsdy Dempster, against Mr. S. Ga'o's y s Qctcmbo, Kildare II — Quality. Mr. W. Thomson ns b s Ruby. Exile— Gipsy Qaeen, against Mr. J. Creswell's 'Mid Barb wire, Barter: - Actress; ^ Mr. D. Murray's f d Neison, Royal Oak —Needle, against Mr. H. McDonald nsw&rd Request, Gill—Rhododen dendracy. Mr.- R. Graham's b s Floraline, Shillelagh—Ada, against Mr. D. Davis's b & w s Lady Love; Herd Laddie—Bella. < Mr. J. Handbell's b & w s Nora, . Shootover—Winnie, against Mr E Drage's b ...

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

I"; • iTiyjrilS.E. WARD desires to tender JUuL her siacere Thanks to Dr. Stewart and the Matron (Mrs. Wilson)~andIiurses at the Port Fine Hospital fo^tfieir attention ond kind ness to her sans whilst- in that institu tion suffering from tjphoid; also, to her friends and others for kindness, lolier,niece (Mrs. "William Hnber) daring her late illness. s ■

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

FOOTBALL RECREATION - QROVIN&. SATURDAY, July 23. SOLOMONTOWNS V. PROPRIETARY UMPIRE.—G. F. BONXITEORNE. ^dmsssioi? ea. IMP TVwhes to Intimates to tlis residents of Port Pine and surrounding district that she is prepared to exvcoto orders for Ladies and t'? Hdroa's Costumes in tuo Litest Styles. IV; feci fit guaranteed. Costtunes from 10s. Cd. Teiass Cash Florence-street {aext to Christian Chape;) Port Piric. Prevention of Typhoid. THE^ navr PATENT. gERKE FELBfc FILTER, highly tecom mesticd and issed by tbe Health Officer (t>r. Stewart), will filter 25 gallons of pure water per hour. To be seen, in operation obtaicad at the establiahtaeat of J. G. LEWIS,* sole agent for Fort Pirie. fTIHE No-Jolinson Latest. News JL and Ali-rotmd Commission Coy., limited and Ifall. Adelaide. — A. DUNJEY, Manager. Temporary Addxess—P»0.* City. Saturday, July 9% , AND Following Weeks. WE ARE OFFERING V&fcUE - What we advertise! We do ! - ■ '" No Exaggeration Nor Misrepresen tation* s...

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Character Sketches. [From oar Gladstone correspondent.] No. 1. HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR OF GLADSTONE, WILLIAM HANCOGK, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

[From oar Gladstone correspondent.] No. i. HIS WOlCsmP ^HE 3ISY0R OF GLADS TONE, WILLIAM HAN COGK, EsQiJ.P. TfojReeorJer is^s yet soils infancy, and Uts readers %re necessarily un acqaainted with each other. %Pecnnt me to introduce to you a few of our Gladstone residents. The subject of sketch No. 1 has beenaresideni.of this town some ten years or so, and daring that time has edited the Areas Express, a paper by the way which boasts of a longer life than any other in the Northern Areas. Mr. Hancock has not always been in-' eladed iri.;;the ranks of the>|onrnalist, but- was for some time. in Messrs. Pinlayson's shop in Adelaide, and afterwards carried on a bakery busi ness in Norwood. He is a son of the lie v. J. Hancock, one of the oldest and Jbest foved ministers in the|^ible3 Christiakt denomination. Oar'Mayor, will be remembered by many .as "an olcllMootita lby, bat IJKm t/lsnow. that this is any great recommenda tion, as a geut'-eman once informed not that all the Mdonta boys...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, July 23, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

Commercial Report; Eceordcr Office, July 23, 1898. Wheat- (Pfc Pirio) per bushel' 0' 3 6J Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 3 4 Do. .(Gladstone) ... j 0 3 -3 • !Do,':(6eorgetown&Iiauni)iv 1 0; 3 3 >; Flour (Country) ... ... ... 10 10 0 Do. (Boiler) 10 15 0 Bran, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Pollara, per bushel r... : ... :.. '0 0.10 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per.ton ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay, per.toil _ _ ... ... :... "2- 0 0 Butter (PtPirie factory) wholesale 1 2 (dairy) ... ... ... 0 10 tigs, per dozen ... ... 0 1 2 am, per lb. ... ... 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. ... ... 0 0 8 Lard, per lb. ... 0 0 9 J Chees®, per ^ lb. ... ...: ... :... 0- 0 8J Onions, pet cwt.... ... ... 0 It 0 ;Pbtafoes,^rton. 11 0 0

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

^t-3. I notice Laura Flying Clnb b;»ve de cided to toss » all birds lo ' {jethcr io " future, doing * away with the old prac tico of liberating in owners' batches —a step, I am sure, in the nghi diEectioa. This leaves only a few batch tosscrs, and as they get more experience they wili fall in with tin? more. up-to-date mctbfds that ate being adopted generally in South Australia. When I say up-to-date I do not mean that tossing all together is a new thing, as J never heard of, another system being practised in any part of the world bat here—but sneh as starting in Jane and Jnly 'to race instead of >Mareh aud ; April, as formerly, and breeding all the -year round. ; Koav t he proper seasons are beiug acknowledged. s L-st Saturday the Port Cinb flew" their last young birds' x*ace from Ka:inc% about 140 miles air-line. The day turned oat splendid, with a nice wind in favour of the birds, but not so for some com petitory, who did not get home iu time tu trap the birds, the distance be...

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

CHUROH NOTICES. g A P T i d :6 U R C H . NEXT sunday. * j Momtngr-ll—Rov. A. Rnngoy. - - Evening. 6.30—Rev. A. Bungay. CONGREGATIONAL: CHURCH. \j port-pirib: -/ :m£T;suNi>AY. . Morning at "11"—Rev. J. Chapman. Subject—■?*■' The Heavenly Merchant.". ; Evening at 6.30—Rev. J; Chapman.' Subject—M Tried Gold." OOEX pir1© WESLEYAN Jr CHURCH. NEXT SUNDAY. Mornin» 1L—Rev. S. Rofaiter. Evvemog 6.39—Rer: S. Retailer.

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District Council of Pirie. SATURDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

Sismct Ctause&l ef Sine. J Satlbdat. Jdlt 16/ ' I xv|Ps&k|lPre.§ '■ Eagle,•' >lJcEJ§in, JH^et@JFi3g^aftd Kuril. / ; Y. JL Cr. Eagle was unanimously elected Chawaan for the ensuing yean Cr. Kuril reported having let work: to. J.G'Brien,r£pamag„-Spoon drair, Port Brongbton road, £2. Grr Hcwett rcported having let work to J. Milnes, repairing ford near Walsh's, £5. Mr. Tamer granted an extension of- tixce, ouo month, on^Coufcract 119,„ ... - .'-VAi'.V' Mr. J. Brooks' application for wiref. nettiDgwas approved of. ' Mr. T. A; Wilson apjjliedtfor pee mission to remove saxld.- from road* near Tucker's, Hd. Pine/ ' Granted. It was decided thatvOieck: jfolify the parities^ using the Council*Office that after-cone mouth from date the same will not-be available. Cr. Kuril was instructed to have TcepairsJ^one^fo^ssindhills Hd. Wan laeara&2 \ % Y ^Cr-^Sfe^ett^toJjave repair^eff|fte| ;tfehr^PelhaSn'^i^fghter yartte^" A The Chairman was appointed as a delegate to the fo...

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The "Mad Lever of Jenny Lind." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

She "Had Stem eftosy £saL* A DulzicTs telegram says the e'eath took place an Monday at Rondout.. in Nevv Tork Stale, of Tobias Van Stcenbnrg, at the age 6f seventy years, who was known'locally ns the "mad lover,of Jenny Lind." He died, m a Wretched liovef.;. ;<Van Steenbarg lost his Jaind throngh his en edited admiration for Jenny Lind and spent the savings of years in following her abont, but his re proa ekes were always repulsed Finally, beaten and ridicnled, he was arrested and then took possession of tho hovel in which he has lived for the past forty yean worshipping a faded joriraifc of the soeggtress,

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

Wemea ■ j? &fter along career of novel-reading,, one is apt to say, with au old writer, £l Oj£ mwjOTgng^v thoasaad^havb I found, bnfc a woman among ail these have I not found." There are saints, Jezebels, monuments of obstinacy or. colourlessness, bat a " woman" in fiction as represented by men Arriters is very hard to be discovered. Most men seem to take tlieir women ready made, so to say. They argue tha curiosity is a woman's fault, so Eve ate the apple from curiosity. Lot's wife rlOo^ed back from curiosity, not beciS^e^having bVtd all her life in >the city, she might - naturally have Ifelt an iptoi estj. m its fate. From fvaridHs causes men have very little opportunity of Jearihng the character of tjiey lie a little apt to deduce^the^enei-al from the {'articu lar. Thus, an hysteiical, unreason-: able wife leads to the inference that woman generally is unreasonable and hysterical^ A ivoman without a sense of humour leads a-man to think that, it; is flie fault of the sex...

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Bits from "The Critic." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

Bpl'ifccm f^SSe J. Delaware, who erected tfie first hotel'idBfoken BiH—afid somfe mem ories say tlie first place that could be dignified '-with the name of \horiste —is nove -living; the life.of thersncQess ftif at Pine CW(»"'(S.5Aip The? openi ing of Delaware's Hotel is historical. As Godfrey sings—" What a time hat was!" " Mr. Reid and Mr. Want read for the Bar together, but. were not partic ularly clos e friends Mi\| Want never tho,ught .a gi eat deal ,of feied, ! either as a lawyer or a politician, nri tilrecently. Now lie admits to friends that " Ried knows'a lot, and is as cunning as: you make 'em; take my. tip!'' . . - ■■ . -• Premier Kingston, it is said,-.was. persuaded by Judge Boucant to apolo gise to Insolvency Commissioner Sus sell. ':. v S.A. 3fojor;Gi»Hnpi..;>Vhp,:-'i^jwhip. of the Opposition, ouglifc to.know what.; he: is? talking about, said -the" Labor party declined to vote against" the Goverment unless they were prom ised two portfoiios.in thc jriexfc Minis -"...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1898. A Workers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 23 July 1898

TEhc $oivt prie |ftc£orl>cr. Saturday, July 23, is?8. A "wears'. tj"aie^ It bas been decided to form aj Working Men's Association at Port Pirie,-and prominent amongst, the promoters are men who have done much-disinterested work on behalf of their fellow laborers.- In a big, busy industrial centre like ours it is surpris ing that the workers have been so long without a-representative organi zation, and we hail with pleasure the attempt to build one! up. Wrapped up in their own little life struggle, with no thought to spare, for any save their own interest, there are sGme by whom the new movement will be viewed with repugnance. But the "world is a big place. It was not created for one man, or : an^'class p£ men.. All .classes, and,-conditions of 3mmamt^haye to livejand labour in'it,' ani: (each section: should»enjby the fullest liberty to do its best to better its .condition and exalt its calling. The' workers can hope to do this only by banding themselves together Individually the...

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THE MURDEROUS ATTACK IN A BROTHEL. FERGUSON, M.L.A., A WITNESS. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

THE MURDEROUS-ATTACK IN A BROTHEL* ; FERGirSDN,M.L,A^ A WITNESS. ^ Bkqkf.k Hill, Bresday'Night. The efrsi^ agaiast. Louisa Pitman for making a marderoas attack with a tomahawk on Albert Cooper oa Friday - was heard at the. Police ,Courfc. v air. Ferguson, MX.A., was snmmotied as a witness in the case, bat the accusad swore that he was; oofc present in the house, although she admitted he was in a hotel in the vicinity at the time. Pitman was committed for trial on a charge of wounding with intent to cmrder.

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