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ACCIDENT AT BROKEN HILL. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

ACCIDENT AT BROKEN HILL, MIRACULOUS ESCAPE Brokes Him,, Tuesday ISight. A miner named \\ illiam JIanfelK employed at the Block 10 Slice, fell down s shute a distence of 70 ft. to day. He bsd s miraculous escape j from death, nod sustained a fractured i anfcle, a aligh&coacussion of the brain,1 and numerous bruises.

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N.S.W. GENERAL ELECTIONS. INTENSE EXCITEMENT FINAL APPEALS BT REID AND BARTON. Sydney, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

N.S.W. GENERAL ELECTIONS. INTENSE EXCITEMENT FINAL APPEALS BT REID AND BARTON. Sydney, Tuesday Night. The. rao3t intense excitement pre vails throughout the colony over the general elections, which take place to morrow. It is expected that tlie poll will be the largest ever token. j Premier Reid and Mr. Barton j addressed immense and enthusiastic j gatherings to-day, and the partisans ] of each leader regard their final j appeals as masterpieces of eloqueuce i and argument. Both sides are confi-! dent of success. | The whole colony is delaged with I talk about to-morrow s battle, and business everywhere i» at a standstill. |

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RAID ON A GAMBLING DEN. 28 ARRESTS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

BAID ON A GAMBLING DEN. 28 ARRESTS. Mkbioubn^ Tnesday NigbtJ The metropolitan police made a raid on a sxi spected gaming house to-day, and succeeded in effecting- the arrest of twenty-eight persons. The accused were brought op at the City Court to day, and remanded til! Friday

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GOVERNMENT FIRE INSURANCE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

GOVERNMENT FIRE IN SURANCE. ApEtAjDB, Tuesday Night. Steps have been taken to introduce iu to the Assembly a Bill having : for its object the legalizing of a system of State Fire Insurance. It is believed from Ministerial in tetj^ons tha^ ifcVis probable the Government will make it compulsory that al! insurances against fire shall be ei&cfiidmtii iW Stated 1 1

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THE PARLIAMENT. STORMY SCENES IN THE ASSEMBLY. PREMIER ACCUSES OPPOSITION OF OBSTRUCTION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

; 1. THE PARLIAMENT. STORMY SCENES IN THE ASSEMBLY. PREMIER ACCUSES OPPOSI | TION OF OBSTRUCTION. Adelaide, Tuesday Night. There were aome stormy scenesiu he House of Assembly to day. In the course of the ^proceedings tho Premier/Right Hod. 0. C. Kingston) made a vigorous attack on the Opposi tion. whom he accused of obstructing pubtic business for the unworthy pur pose of discrediting the Government at the general elections.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Port Pirie Professional and Business Directory; A -9®,kATPB STEAMSHIP COMPANY, XL- Shipowners, etc., Dllen-atreet, D. V. Young, Manager. TYRADLEY& SHERIDAN, Boot Mann JLJ t facturers, etc., Alexander-street. J. B. Gould, Manager. BADENOCH, J., Baker, and Confcelioner, Ellen-street. _ - BARRIER HOTEL, Ellen-street. W. ff. Wallace,-Proprietor. injLAllIDQ3S& SONS, S. P., Importers and V General Drapers. Ellen-street. QOTTLE, W., Cash Braper,-Ellen-street. ®*j Bookseller, Stationer, and \J Newsagent, Ellen-street. /^JOTTLE, S, C., Ironworker,- etc., Alex* \J ander-street. J)™*®' Solicitor, etc., Alexander 1?*™, R-j "Watchmaker and Jeweller J- EUen.Btreet. • • pEDBBAL BOOT COMPANY, Boot •*- Manafactarere, Ellen-street. • y* Agent, &c,, Ellen-street. QOODE, H. A. & W., Importers: and V* ; General Storekeepers, Ellen-street. /1E1M G, J., .Hairdresser and Tobacco -VJi nist, Alexander-street. '» 0* B., Butcher, Ellen-street. o. H. clomtoD, J^AVIS, A., Butcher,...

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TELEGRAMS. CRIME IN ADELAIDE A DARING CASE OF GARROTTING. A FARMER THE VICTIM. [By Telegraph.] ADELAIDE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

TELEGRAMS. CRIME IN ADELAIDE D1RIVG CASE OF GAR HOTTING. A FARMER THE VICTIM. [By Telegraph.} / AlMStAlBEi Tuesday Bight. A daring case of garrotting vas ^rpetratcNi 6><!ay; A fanner- named Thomas Ba&er, z visitor from Peters, burg, was accosted by three men in a f pbrtour at theTavistoca * Hotel; f The meninvited Baker to bare » drink mth them.and upon bis refusal, one of the scoundrels seized and garrotted him wbileJhQ others relieved him of twenty-five sovereigns and a five pound cote. Tberobbers then decamped, leaving '•|» clue to their identity.

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

'jtest. ll-.nsxn. S ; Xoagttusla, !3S<Ie~. 1 sua. E. -'■ ABBIV'ALS. lu'y 23—Era, ^tcaciyr, (Howard Smith & ' t«ai^ Sloore Blaster, from ?>UiT«Vit!ij via Wallaroo. Cargo— , . $,W't t<"!! i C«ll. ,. . » ■.■;*•',•• . . July i*3-~Oiunfea, *t«iracr :. '(Adelaide Co a. Litsu). 1,709 torn, A. Paul i3.s: trr, from Port Auguaia. Ori ginal tsirjju ofj sulphides front l'ori Augusta, July iSJ—Uritsnab, kt>ic?i, 35 to»s, AV" ljurxojne master, from Port Angnst3; !Car%Q fl«SVv. July William. Foster, ; 20 tc;i3, F»iw mstvr, from vcast Cargo fltlS. ' Jtity fc'-Si 1», ;13-toils, A. Alec -'lo&itvr, fwra • coast rCitjoflux, ' r Jaly 'J '.—Nelc^ix-v sf '.'amcr; 58 toE3. Ben tea waster.- froai jport Turtoa. Cargo fins. ,:. s;;p ■: July - Uribcs, hulk (in tow of s.8. Nel cvl-ee) from Port Tucton. Cartfo flux. Jnly'iR.—luvttstijiiitor, steamer, 3J5 tons, "O, Amtersoji,.-■; master, frota 1'ott Adelaide, Cargo—iJWitoBs general. J July i!i>—3l;tid of Australia, k...

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Dead Horse Crook. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

UJ/ll111 i J:3®'THE: EftlTOE. : feir.—1 notice-that uead Horse Creek " ts coining into notice | before the Council I re regret now that i when 1 named this creek more than 20 year?] a&tf flnot* gitfe, ife fa* . itiore euphdriibdsjtitle. f: fJeitfgt the |&sV resi dent on its "'banks, and: seeing" tfie ^dead horses of theffPort drag^od there to skeletonize, tKfi ^ame s'uggcraftwntyft. 1 ..have often thought that the tide waters of tins and -Solomontown Creek - could be used^or flqsfmg dizains;, * Sines? theirtf h fieapfcotbersjsugsjestthe same. 'If th'e-Odimfei! of Port Pine weife td offfer a prize for tM best essay oa the drsmsgp'of the toWa some valuible ^liuts miohfc ha gdthold of.- jWha' knows ZI "Why0** rE^ch^block of marble in the-mine ^Contains a Paphim queen." ~ »'_ "Even supposing som^of the suggestions are stupid And impracticable same good j?5aX comeroE it. Some might sogcesti; that n:r£I guttMiihjcfco^^ be latd ibelo w the ^sface^fjfUomjicp-atrce^j-ipontinu...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

DfcHWKTURES. July 2:>—Ouraka, steamer, 1,709 tons, A. Paul uiaster. for ileibourno,. 7U5 tons lead, Broken Hill Proprietary - Company. 7 ,.<a July 23—C'atlell, steunu>rT 92 tons, John stone, iKasfer, for Port iiroughton. July 23— Gatnbier Lass. k et ch, 4<> tons, D_. A. Dincea, niast**?, from coast. J uly 23—Onieo, 3-inastiHl schooner. 42 tons, Johnstone, imister, for ccsist. July 2:J—Mary Webster, schooner, 92 tons, G. Carswcll, master, forPort Ade laide. Cargo—120 tons pig iron, Geo, Wills & Co, July 2:?.—Brougliton, kotcb, 46 tons Hodgeman, master, for Coast- | July 23. —Dawn, steadier, 32$ tori3. ITeaney, master, for Port Adelaide via GtrUH-iD, Auguata, and Edith burg. Cargo—General. Jsily 2;*.—Frances, ketch, 12- tons, Bnrgoyno. ji aster. for Coast. ; July 2.L—Hawthorn, ketch, 54 tons, G. Dafcer, master, for Coast. 1 July 2«.—Wary Jane, ketch, 9 tons, Lawson, master, for Coast. .1 uly 23.—Morle, ketch, 20 tons, Anderson; master, for cbast;...

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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) July 25th. IS THE LABORER WORTHY OF HIS HIRE? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

' i;>#Isi£§£§a& (Frompgr own. Cories^ondent.) ; . < / i i r^'A / July'Soils/ IS THE 1AB0REB WORTHY OF HIS HIKE? ^ Iho bouth Australian: r&uway authori ties on the deviation works work a devia tion as regards^ th'a employes' reaattcera fcion. The day "is" supposed" to lie* an eight-houralone, but to enable -the. men to take: their^Safcurday aftornbon they start at 7'30 and work 8£ hours, workieg • oh hours on Saturday, thus totalling 48 hours in the week. Now, the men hares great deal of broken time on account of ,wet. weather.,. Moreover, pelqagiBg as they do to the Bedouin tribe, a number leave during the. progress ofthewor^: and others are_ taken on to fill the* Vacancies. -This means-that the fullweek of48houra is of comparatively rare occurrence, at least in winter time. The time is accord ingly totalled in hours, !and should there be an odd half hour the Government get the benefit of it,' or, in other language, they don't pay for it.1 „ „ , J 1 IS ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

VESSELS IN IT A KUOIl. Irtverlechy b:iMjua, 1,339 tons, Milsie iiMstcr, from Antwerp. ■\-iU*publ««, snip, 1XS7 tons, Lcrcb. master, front I'ugvt Sound. ; 1; Abeoua, barqu v. 919 Ions. Croal, master, front Brcjnerhaven. : ^/ lnvcsti^tor, steamer. 345 tons. Ander son ulster, from Adelaide. Flux Crafts:—Lnjwiugr, Maid of Aus tralia, Wilpeniir Youujy Uluof. Nelcobee, aotl Uribed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

The safest-, tlic most effectual, and the quickest cure for Coughs and Colds is FlBldilg'S 6S89H IflliL Thousands of Families keep this valuable Medicine,- and by its timely use much illriess is avoided.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Yfc&SELS TO AUIUVE. Africander, steamer, 2755 tons. Keen master, from South Africa via ports.' To . sail,. - : AdiuIkt, liarctuy. 1,329 tons, Steele, master, from Hotterdam. Sailed May 28, CO days out. Kit! wood. ship, 1,0S(5 tons, Lewis master, from Sailed Juno 17; 40 days out. ' • ; Invorvisk, l-arque, 1207 tons, Laagford, ma.ter, from Antwerp. Sailed, May 11, 77 days out. ' Johu En a, -1-masted harriue, 271& ton?, -JMncNvn, master. from Paget Sound. Tp sail. / iiLsrjf Au^u.-ta, ship, 1,3<!5 tons, Worded Ui;tsl<T, from tlio Baltic. "..To sail. - l'«:rt ytuvoua. steamw, 3551 tons, Wf«i!eh«ul, master, froaj Soarabaya, To sail, ■ ? ' • ■■' i IViitCo J»ot«ct. 4-mastod barque, £<X>4 tons, Uaim-ii, master, from JL'ugefc Sound. Sailed May 17, 71 days out; ~ * 'River Fallot]*. sliip, 15S0 tons, Yt>n»^. master, from Brako.'■'".■Sailed April 23, 93 days out. ...• TransvnpJ, stcain«)r, "2'SG tons. Biggs; mar,tor, frdni South Africa. To s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

t tt* *i f H. A. & w: GOODE, IHPOMEBS S GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. , Stock as usuali large and;well assorted in all departments. !■: ,; A Liberal Discount for Cash. =. See Circulars. - , ■: -p ' ' " 1 E L L E N -S T R E E ic, , P 0 R T PIRIE, *rv-;awrft a w\ 3S Railway & General Carriers^ y Customs, Shipping and Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS! Adelaide, ,. ^ort,i; Adelaide, , Fort Firse sj .«»»•& , ^ v BROKEN HILL. Goods consigned to us are delivered to Store Doors in the Town and Suburbs." WHARF AND STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. OFFICE : ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIE WOODMAN'S PIANOS, PIANOS, ORGANS' ORGANS. he Largest Stock to select from In , Adelaide."^ Lowest Prices. Time Payments* Woodman's, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. 8. MARSHALL & SONS - Importers of Evety Description of pi AMOS A M.O s &• o -OK" „J £3- BJ i <3- A EST i EASY. TERMS. EASY TERMS.. ;0: ' THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical Bos.) m ios. TO <£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

THE Line. Tte Steamera of this line will sail Irtan Port Pine llrraBCEG— C rajpAY??™?z> POirr ADELAIDE j (Passengers andCarjjo.) FABK3To POET Af'UDSTA, Saloon, 12s. 6d-; STEERAGE. 7s. 6d. 1 To POST ADELAIDE. Saloon, 20».f Steerage, Ub. &1. Boasd Trip *is Anjcniiti, Edithburgh. and Adelaide Ifflei to Port Pine, 35s, Regular Fortnightly S.S. AGE, SATUBDAY. Auj. 6 To POBTADELAIDE MELBOUUHE STO2TBT NEWCASTLE ondaH QUEENSLAND Port* NOTE.—LilrfTalJDiscoaai'oS Steerage fares to Queensland Porta. ^ West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE BWNBUBT I EABLY. FREBJAKTLE f QERALDTON sad J '; Psssseosers booievl right through to the Goldfields. AH Preisht* and Paaienger fares at lowest Bates. CQML. COM,. COAL. Beat Household, Engine, aad Blacksmith's COAX •applied at Lowest Prices, largo or small quanti ties. WO-tfalloa Taalss atsd Iron-lark Spokes for sale at lowest, prices. 'Further particular* on: application to Wm- Howard vBmith & Sons' Proprietary, H...

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A Pretty Typewriter. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

XTypewriters,"; and especially pretty ones, have been made the subject; of innumerable so-called jokes, but one must not imagine for one instant that the average typewriter's existence is a bed of roses. Far from it; many of them work long and late, and the very nature of the work is more than likely to bring on chronic disease. A sedentarylife is one. of the surest originators • of constipation, biliousness, female ailments, sluggish liver, and a host of similar ailments, and an attack of this sort necessitates a course of that best of all remedies for stomach, liver, or female com plaints, Bile Beans for B:Iiousness. This remedy is the fimt of years of stndy by an eminent American medical man who, after various ex periments, discovered a vegetable substance that, whent properly com pounded, has the exact effect on the system of a regular andsufficient flow of Nature's own bile. Needless to say, this is without doubt the " purgativeof ;the. age,": and thebest possible remedy for bi...

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The Leiter Wheat Corner. DETAILS OF THE COLLAPSE. ESTIMATED LOSS,£1,000.000. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

pOTAIJiS1 X)F THE COLLAPSE! ESWM^ED LOSS, ^£1,000.000. ': . On Mpnday, 13th Jnce, ten million bushels , of ;, wheat were sold, 'or ^liquidated." as the American trade cant goes, in Chicago, with a conse quent slump right off of 11 cents', 'or 5id. per bushel. ' This stroke of business influenced the markets of the whole world. It was occasioned by the breakdown of the calculations of jrbii ug Ufr.;Lei ter, who,- provided I with a large -credit by his enormously Wealthy father,-' essayed to" show the world what could be done in the way of -speculation.. ;Mri Letter's gigantic endeavour to corner all. the «wheat ir, »vestera America .was-, begun .13 months: ago., 7 He (Started, with the modest idea ;of; «■ raising" the price from tho unraasonsible aud niinaturat figure .of 40 cents;?u b,i|shel. Hisjearly operations were, J(elaforaifely,y/mas^ecl^ and foi- monthsnopne suspected the identity of the, man behind th e . deal. The market only knew that a youug fellow-" named 1 GeOrge B. ^Fr...

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

. .,.0s75tal Sssok. (From our own Correspondent ,July'26... Arbor JLtoy was celebrated hero" on Friday last. Although the weather was wet and boisterous" a largo number - of children-■ with ;?J'-their sisters and their cousins and their aunts "assembled at tlie school.', _ Thc foriu.il opening'of the,new class-roeiir took place during tlie ' morning. - Addresses? were delivered by Messrs;'. G. Robertson. (Chairman of 1-he Board of Advice), J"i G. Young^ Wi *H. Binuey (Chairman of District. Council), J. 0? Symons, the Revs. Geo. Hall and T. 3tf.^Flcv^, M^srs^ i G. Scott;:(Head Teacher), and' E. W. Scotch'er (the contractor. The children, of whom there were-160 present out "of 205 on the. roll, sang the " Song of Australia " and "rThe Coral Insect," and Miss Amy Mercer irecitsiSr; M^Wopdmaii;- tree." Owing to the extremely'' limited 'amount of ground at tho disposal of the school, and the unpropitious state of the atmo sphere, the number of trees planted i was very small, the : balanc...

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MONDAY, JULY 25. Before Messrs. Geo. F. Claridge and J. Grose, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Mosday, July 25. Before Messrs. Geo. F. Claridge ,and , J. Gn sp, ,1's.P. Robert John Mime, master of the slap Inverlochy, was charged on the ^informa tion of Thomas Dilton, cook, wit href us ing to pay bim 26s., wages title* and informant also claimed 10s. compensation. Mr. Gill for ■ the informant, and Mr. • Duncan for the defendant. Thomas Dillon, cook on the Inverlocbys said—I went on the 4th July fco Captain Milac, who engaged me at £5 a month ; 1 went to work and aH was zatiefjietory ; found tho wprk waa too he^vy fop the money, and I told him 1 would-nat siijn ; told him this un\tb&; 11th hi Said he Tould not^ive roe njy wage3, ?and said he was sorry had given :me so. nach as he had ; went jt>> tbo captain two. days after inbis cabin ; asl£ed for .my-wages; he said, *' No," and told me to clear out of his cabin ; he said I was drunk Satur day and Sunday, ; and that the steward did rroy work ; I did my work, and received on Saturday 10s: on account of wastes. By ...

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