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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Post and Telegraph Office, Port Piric. / -MAIL iKEAlJGEMENTS. Business hours from 9 a.m, till' 8 p.m. daily, except Saturdays; when it is open from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. . Money Order Office from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Savings 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 I arrival of the mail on Saturday evenings, p On and after; Wednesday, April 1st, ! mails will arrive and cioae as follows; &KBI VAL. • Prom; Adelaide and Offices; south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. , From Adelaide and intermediate offices at 4.55 p.m. Prom Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. Front Petersburgandintermediate offices at 10.13 &.m. and 7.53 p.m. From Teldwie and Port Qermein at 1 p.m. ; From Solomontown at 6.35 a.m., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. From.Nelshaby (Wednesdays, and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m ; . ^"JH5PABT0BE. For Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. : For Adelaide and of...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Port Pirie Institute. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

IPest lastitata. THE ANNUAL MEETING. ~ The armual meeting if-enbscribera to the Port Tiria Institute-was ■ held in the Hall last evening. About- 50 members were present,r and Miv J.:Mansoin was voted *to the chnir. "The Library Committee's report, and bahnce-aheet» ere read andndopted.; Mr. W. Ki Mallyon, ' on. buha!f of th.e Building Committee, then read their report and balance-sheet extending over a period of three year? -Mr. H.;W* Moss moved, and Mr. M- L. Warren seconded, that they be not re ceived. Mr. Warren emphasized the fact that while they had all admiration f«.r the work done by tho Building Commit tee, their position-was not legally.tenable, and they should make way f»r a Commit tee appointed; in accordance: with the Act. ' After sohie warm' discussion - had taken place on the balance-sheet and the Irejw standi of the Building Committee had been questioned, Mr.\ T.} 0. Si mpsoii pro posed as an amendment to Mr. Moss's motiiin, that the balance-sheet, as pre sented to su...

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 — 27 July 1898

Passenger Tbains i-bom Poet Pieie to .--.v.-:..-.;' •' Adelaide, To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tero.vie Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. . ; To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone! Ellen-Street Station at 10,20 a.m.; Centra! station at 10.30 a.m..: •,■:, i■ I r; 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 Petersbnrg, 'from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 p.m. ■! ARRIVALS. '■ ; v 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. . . ; From Adelaide via Blytb and Gladstone.! Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Stationat 4.55 p.m.; Fro in Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern: System. Central /Station at : 7.47. ;p.m.;i Elien-strcet Station 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 — 27 July 1898

o m:;^fSkER O Fa4ii)Did)le.Mor8.aiiS"v" "''""" i 0 'iC L. CS Q »v: ter"i i.-i King WilliamSlreet, ADELAIDE. |4ew SeasoqVGtiods InallDepartments, ; Write: forSamples and Self-Measurement Forms. PARKER & CO.'S representative can'befound at BllUSE'S Exchange Hotel at sttort Intervals.' TJ P "5 7T CD -s '■h 6 CONQUEROR DARK TWIST TOBACCO . - IS THE-; , f ; t/'\ 0 WZvl , Favorite Throughout iistralia. - r'r • . 'v-.ii rTT-rt~<r•m~~: —. .JfCtlKklJi STICKS 3ID. -A-ZSTZD I - 43D- v. ,§ J. Australian Mutual Provident Society, ACCUMULATED FUNDS - ... J ..." £I4;500,000. TOTAL ASSURANCES (WITH'BONUSES)'* ... ' £50,000,000. 1849, JUBILEE YEAR. 1899. . ..... J'- • : . VI ' \ ) •- /■{[••' The co-operation o£ members is invited with tl\e view -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 - the Jnbilee by the introduction of at least ONFrnew; member.^ :-:r The Society is now the ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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SATURDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Saturday, jciy 20.. John iSftei.uianwaa charged with being drank. He pleaded ^uihy and' was fined 5s. Hiclutel Ward, William Young, and Henry Ryan, were charged, on rcmnud with burglariously entering-and-stealing from the- dweHttf& bouse .of iXJeorge \\ alter Knapman, of Solumontown. George Brann, barman at the. Railway Hotel, gave evidence which corroborated that given by his employer at the previ ous hearing; * «"* ' The S.M. then asked' Sergeant ""Ray inond if.he had auy furrier-evidence,'and receiving a? reply iir the negative, dis charged the; accused, as there was not sufficient evidence to warrant their com mittal.

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

FOOTBALU RECREATION - QROUNb. SATURDAY, July 30. SOLOMONTOWNS V. FLINDERS UMPIRE.—G. F. DONNiTilOKNE. Amnssxoasr ea. ' John-son latest News JL „'isAH-roif ikI X'oirtuJijKidrs Cn\, Limited aud Full.; A«]e1ai<L*.— A. 1H-NJ.EY, ifaiu^qcr. Temporary Athlnxs—P.O.. CiEy. (fceladiag1 all t?JO most popular rcriJers) ;'n f/fr i --1 fVo srr.\ : u ;*U i CIRCULKT1NC LIBRKRY, t Tiidf FUULIC n,rw iuvitwl to inspect. iH mm: erases, i* ^ Aadalt other Winler-Gamea, _, W.C.SLATE«/ STOTE& Hfexaqiier-sM. David, the Shepherd Boy ° s - W*El«OiSl»AY. AUGUST 10m. is tas PORT JPUUE INSTITUTE. Saturday, July 9% ■■ ASI> Following Weeks. — WE ARE OFFERING STACTLINCT" VALUE" What we advertise We do! No Exaggeration Nor Misrepresen tation. Sale Running Briskly. All CONSUMERS DELIGHTED willi the GRAND VALUE they are getting for: their Money. Special inducements to pur chase. Further deductions jwevious to Alterations. . Stock absolutely to be sold. This fbitoiglityre slia31;nmke great effort...

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

MlSCELLAXEOUb The following vessels arc outward bound from i'ort Firie to tbu .undermentioned ports:— Maui Bhiin, barqiio, 1,315 tons, Wil liaius. roaster, for Mumbles Heads; sailed Jlnrch 8; 141 days out. Tythonus, Norwegian' barqno, 1.110 tons; UrynHdson. roaster, for Cartbagena; sailed M.ircli iiG ; I2,'i <Tajs out. Yarkand/ sbipr 1.27S toas. Lnndon, master. For United Kingdom or clianuel ; sailed A|i«l 15^ 103 days out. Ainira! 'IVciide. French barque. 1.117 tons, Macs', master,"for Swansea, sailed May 7; Sldaya out. 31s: r ion 'lJ<i!lantym\ ship. 1,507 tons, IhiTjjins, master, for Antwerp ;,smled May lr; TBdaystmt. Marpesia. ship. tons, S.: Woxholt^ master, lor St. Nazaire ; sailud June 17. <*) day* out. Lodorv, banjtio, 15i>S tons. McMurty. m«tcr. for Swansea; sailed July 9, IS days oafe^

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

Photo Stock D&dlers; 48PIBIE STREET^ ADELAIDE. Large Stock of Latest Photographic Apparatus. Neve Itlustrateil Catalogue jtpst-ftxe.

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, July 27, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

CJoniiiicFdal^ ^ I f .Beeorder Office, July 27, 1898. Wheat (Pfc.Pirie) per bushel ... 0 3 * Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 3 2 e Do; (Gladstone) ...^ ... ... 0 ;";3 • 1 i Do. (Georgetown &'Laura).;.. 0 :3 1' Flour (Country) ... ... ... 10 10 0 Do. (Roller) ... ... ... ... 10 15 0 Bran, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Pollard, per bushel ... : 0 0 10 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaffj per ton ; r;.. ... " 2 10 0 Hay, per ton _ ... ... ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (Pfc Pirie factory) wholesale 1 la (dairy) ... ... ... 0 0 10 Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... 0 10 Hami per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 U Bacon per lb. .i. ... ... 0 0 9J Lard, per lb. ... ... 0 0 9i :Chceserper. lb.". ... ... "... 0 0 8i Onions, per cwt. ... 0 14 0 Potatoes, per'ton. ... ;.. ... 110 0

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

::;:yX ior:; Coidlsj MUBssaBpaemaaaian ; When the children get their feet wet and j take cold give them a hot foot-bath, a bowl ; of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pecto- I • ral, and put them to bed. The chances are I they will be all right in the morning. Continuo ] the Cherry Pectoral a few days,' until all i cough has disappeared. ; Old coughs are also cured; we mean the, ! coughs of bronchitis, weak throats and irrita- •; ble lungs. Even the hard coughs of consump- ) tion are always made easy and sometimes j cured by the continued use of Ayer9s : ^Cherry i Pectoral! - ... Yonr own doctor will explain this to yon. He knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for sooth ing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. : Yon may rely upon Ayer's Cherry Pectoral to stop your cough. : ^Be-vrare'of worthless imitations. Tho nama Ayer's Cherry"Pectoral is blown In the glass ol each bottle. Put up in two sizes. ■ 'A: fruitgrower in the Nelson dis trict (New;...

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

A ©east.iScaaslal. One has to go to American papers to , learn the sevio-comedy of Euro pean Courts. The Netc York Wot Id tells the story of the domestic troubles o£ the Duke ami Duchess of Littia. The Duke is head of the oldest house in Italy. For five years his married life was all sniishincj and he was wrapped up in his wife and two chil di-en. Theu a shadow came across the Litta- menage, the shadow of Humbert, King of Italy. The Duchess of Litta bccame known as -'the King's1 friend.'' Later, aboy aras bin'n which t he Duke disowned, bat Humbert went all the way across his kingdom to.the funeral. Twice the Duke tried to obtain a divorce, and each time he, was met with orders from the Minister of Justice " not to bring tip the case." 1 Subsequently the Duke com pleted a' term of resi dence in France, and for the third time sued for , div6rce--arid ;wt>ii. The Duchess has taken to charitable work, but the King still meets ber ait court functions and pays', her devotions. She is ...

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Forty Years of Rheumatism and Three Attacks of Influenza. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS EFEECT A MARVELLOUS. CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Forty "Sears of B&sumatism and Thjes Attacks of Inilucasa. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS 7/ vEFEECT. A MARVELLOUS. CURE. Tfh til a-short tims ago I liad; riot known foe 40 years what permanent relief from pain was." Thus SDoke Mrs. T,. J. Thomas, of Heatbcote, Victoria, recently to a reporter. How greatly Mrs. Thomas suffered from rheumatism, repeated attacks of in fluenza, enlargement of the liver,' and inflammation of the kidneys is vividly shown by her remarks. " I am oyer 74 years of age," she continued, "It was as near as I can remember in '57 that I had my first attack of rheu matism,'and these have followed me hp, on and off, for 40 years. About nine years ago my troubles were added to by enlargement of the liver, and this, ,iu itself more than sufficient to kill most people of my age, was aggravated by inflammation of the kydneys.' As you may imagine, I was in a very critical condition for a long time, and when j ust about to pull together again another severe attack of r...

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Football. SOLOMONTOWN v. PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Ftfbibs&l. SQLOM ONTO W JST v. PROPRIE TARY. Quite a largo crowd ; assembled at the Recreation Groundon Saturday afternoon, the attraction being the 'thml \311eetinjf between tliduabovc club?. A considerable amount of interest was ceniicd in the fixture, as the Result would} have an important bearing on the premiership. £°t!> clubs were well represented, ^and mcb was confident o£ victory, bat away from the players the Solomon towns found the most supporters. There was a strong wind blowing through the township jroal, and the whole t'f the play, withvery rarp ex ceptfo'iH, was ennseqaehUy confined to that end of the ground., i.hc .raiu, of the previous day had played hav;oc with the ground, and it was in a bad way when play .started, •|;;?ho;i-P^ pmtniys had fiis* use oE the -wind,v !md Palmer and Woods at once took it fyrward. Snuth and Philcos were however, ;eqoal to th»: occasion) and fa ; free1 for beb»g held let in Stewart and "Walsh, the ball being taken past the hal...

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As Alleged Miracle. PORTRAIT OF THE SAVIOUR TAKEN BY PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

As Alleged Miracle. PORTRAIT OF THE SAVIOUR TAKEN BY PHGTOGR13 IlY The Rome coriespondenfc of the undee_datft-'-'June ; 11, says^ TJto O^e^alore- Jtmnmoi tie' s orgjin of the Vatican, aanounj&s- tbs J occurrence of a remarkable prodigy at - Turin; by win ;!!, after eighteen cen turies, an anlheuiic likeness of Jesus Christ lias been obtained. Among the relies of the Hoase of Savoy is the wtuuicg-sLcftfc- ia- vvhicl^- jt is repotted, the dead -Saviour was wrapped by Joseph of -Araniatbea. On the sheet ait; almost imperceptible bloodstain.-, which faintly outline the contour of the body which, it had swathed. Recently this sacred ienc was nabliely exposed in the Cathedral in Turin, and an amateut photo grapher, named Secondo Pia, obtained the King's permission to photograph it. On the negative being developed the. bloodstainsiivere produced witlij »ugii clearness tbit the face, -hands, anct'Jimbs bf the bavionr are accur ately shown. So afc-hko i the portrait that, according t...

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

Pout PrRJE OsicKEriNG Associat.on A toeetiri^ o£ the lccal Cricketing Aisocia. tion Wutbe held oa Friday, evening: to; wind ap last seascn'jt accounts^ and deal witb matters affecting the coming season.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Winter Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

.AVery few of our cull ivators seem to be aware (says the Journal of Afiri ctiUure) of the great benefits of winter irrigationforsummer growth, whether for annual crops or in the orchaid or vineyard, r By giving the subsoil a good soaking about the end of July or August, and keeping the surface broken to prevent loss of moisture by capillary attraction, it is surprising what little rain is required to bring the crop to maturity, lu our issue for' February and June of this year we publis|]04T£illustjations showing the benefit^ ©f winter irrigation of apricots' and apples, and' ;iamilar results have have beeu©btained%ith vines,peache s and^therfruit tree's. With summer crops* such as smaize, sorghum, cow peag.ilueern, -&c.> the result of winter irrigation ia; also very marked, and many farmers who never grow these crops could, by taking the trouble to turn the surface water on to a suitable piece of land during August or Septem ber, grow a quantity; of green stuff for their...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Alleged Larconies by a Proprietary Officer. EDWARDS BEFORE THE COURT (From Monday's Barrier Miner.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

&Uege4 Xiafesaiss fcy & S'seprie r#aa$0f&5&. S*'*"" EDWARDS BEFORE THE COURT J <•* 'W i ** (From Monday's Barrier Miner ) In the Police Court to-day, before Craw ford. J.P., David Edwards, on re mand, was arraignedTjnjtJie following £liarges„.oLJiu,ceuy„„Ql_ moneys, the property of the Broken Hill Propriet ary Company:—On or about April 1, j£10 10s. 7d ; on or about April 16, £9 Os. 3d.: on or abont_Apri! 30, ^Kdjnrar^^^j^re%:% prosecute AceQsec^»was not "-de-' ftitfded. * j '"i y5*er "On the kuggestion^of the 1*M, %he three charges were heascfkat the same time, v ' V^L ^ C JohaSBrfstowoj chief ^etioBfitsaitr of the Bro^i Hill Proprietaiy Comp any, deposed that accused entered the service of the company in Broken .Hill i^ the^laeginning of 1S94, as Jpustqlllipuse' ag%fe; in 1896 he be? "cain^siaeliiw; bfflewntinued -in v the till about*. May 12, 1898; he received a salary of £240 perannum ; as cashier he had charge 'of the'petty and general...

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

rromCMiiiQoii:: loMerfiootl I Took it as a Child s Now gives it fo iter own CMIdren. Mrs. Mattel Bonlton of Brisbane,Qnecns land.hns bad She following unusual and most delightful experience s . ** From infancy I .traa *reak and delicate and grew to be anything bet a robust cblM. 1 stmcretl frefil debility, no appetite, and the tistxal conseqronec of snch complaints. BnS my parent# bearing ol Uie health restor ing properties ol . pnxrarea some for me andf X smTmppy tossy * i that alter toTioetafeea two bottles I regained lieattii, TifRr and good appetite and bavs not * been ever since- J am now married, hsves family of my cramr aan slfil strong ana .■wen. and can recesHnetid Br. Aycfs Sar sa patiHa as a good family nTeiiieite." " For (WEitiration ?atce T>r- "Artrt Kit*. TJ>«y - - rresJKfy Teaere'and surely cars. T^kc tftcoi witu w.Ayc**aSamjseina; ©w&sda ibo otisct.

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

,, ■ Homing STotes., i The-Nor-Western Homing Society rflevv" j fe'puif ? Ittv'ejrton | ,ag*iin last Saturday. The day was favorable for homing, only marred by a strong westerly wind, which helped the birds a little, the winning birds re-| cordinga velocity ofoyer 1,OpJ) yards per mijmte^ /The; Jqlliwing*-ay.^ijie: results:—P. Briinage first, T. Brim-; a^enseeoud, jlw-lw. Sljaw^ ihird, G. ^i^rKnmrSforictHf jthe others? follow-f leg in close, order. Q The^FunioriSodiqt^ fly their Brink-s 'Wortli race hex'i* Saturday, which is; their Short Champion. and I.believe itf \\ill?bo a gobd race, for ylfielf^aj Special prize has beeii!armug6& ^Ini anticipating, I think the following) .will l.e successfulJ. T. Mortimorej "first, J."B:6wn' sccond, with Clark or* Brimage to fill the place. ■ A drunken minei with £148 g«5ld in liis pockets hiy in the gutter of; Li t tie tonjdale^streefc_ foKt several; hours the otter night, wli# 1 e^-T&al£ a block avvajv'iismatt was^fesfed in the ...

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The Port Pirie Public School. DISGRACEFULLY OVERCROWDED [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Tbe'-Povt' Piris PaTslic Scitool-1 DISGRACEFULLY OVERCROWDED The school ill the West is disgracefully overcrowded at-the present time, and additional accommodation, is an im mediate, and absolute necessity.: The school whs ; built to accommodate 350 scholars, but the attendauce for the past month has never been less than 470 and has reached as high as 501: The teach ing staff is also shamefully' inadequate, there being only six teachers, and of these one (a lady) has no less than 201 children tinder her care.; Thi3 state of things cannot be, allowed to contiuue, and the local Board .. of •Advice* should "call cn the Government to promptly supply something like reasonable accommodation for the children and additional teaching strength. - K'll

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