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

CLOTHING! The GASH DRAPER. NOW OFFERING Immense Bargains, d©ocls SaerifleecL Must be sold. Regardless of Cost. Regardless of Cost. Great Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale. Real Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale, Immense; Sacrifices. Goods slaughtered^ Almost giving away at COTTLE'S GREAT STOCKTAKING SALE.

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

F. B.C. Why suffer with cold feet when you- can liavo them warm by buying GOOD STRONG BOOTS From us at low prices. Oar shop.though small is well stocked, and goods arnre fresh twice a week, - The following are a few of our prices for WINTER GOODS. Men's Goloshed Balmorals, a very neat boot, 10s. 6d. Men's Golo&hed Balmorals, the cheapest and best boot made, (3s. lid. Our Plain Bluchers at 3s.- lid. can't be beaten. Heavy nailed Bluchers, 4s. 6d„ 4s. lid., 5s lid. : Women's High-leg Leather Boots, 4s. lid, 7s lid. Women's High-leg-Morocco; Boots 5s lid, 7s lid. 10s 9d. . Women's High-leg Kid Lace Boots, 6s lid, 10s 6d, 12s 6d. Women's Button Boots, 9s 6d, 12a 6d. Children's High-leg Leather Boots. 6 to 9, : 2s. lid. ;;10 to 13, 3s 3d. . - Children's i High-leg Lace Boots,: extra strong, 3s 6d, 3s lid. Children's Button Boots, 6s lid, 7s lid. Children's Morocco Bcots, 43* lid, 5s lid, 6s 9d, 7s 9d. The Best assortment of Felt Goods in Port Pirie at all prices. Infants' Boots a...

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A Strangled Mistress Avenged. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

A Strangled Mistress Avenged. The death sentence has been carried out upon Petroff Boitsclieff, formerly aide-de-camp to Prince Ferdinand of 'Bulg&fia, and a major in the Prince's Guards, and upon Carlo Novelitscb, formerly a prefect of the Bulgarian police, who were found guilty in July last year at Sofia of the mui-der of Anna Szimon, a young Austrian 'girl of extraordinary beauty,* who had beftn the mistress of Boitscheff. Boitscheff and Novelitsch were both ; .hanged at Sofia. Daring the hearing of this remarkable trial at Sofia it was 'proved tl\at B6i(scheff, 'tiring of the girl, had deserted her tind her J b^byy Jeaving her entirely without meanb of support. She found him out, 'and .followed him, until eventually he .determined to get rid of her. - He took Novelifesch, the perfect of police, into .his confidence, and then decoyed the girl to a hotel at PhiHppopolis by a promise that he would go avviay with :her for a trip into the country; Instead of doing so he aud N...

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THE ELECTION AT BROKEN, HILL. ROAD MEETINGS. BROKEN HILL, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

THE ELECTION AT BROKEN, *r /\ f ^ r j RQADf MEETINGS. . Bsos^.s Hili, Fri Uj I?igbfc Share Is moth excitement here over the elec&toss, ftdl the caadsdalea hada Iheljftimr-, Ibe^eetiags tvlticfc llsey adfrjsssd bdag more or less sowdj* . .. Ihc Sv Patewbarj Hw&lf stales tbal Mr. ITetisoEF, an amatear boto'si in Vetgssb, liassaccecded after ten jcafs*. ptusisteufe csperitBcafs. in. caitivsttijg ?js&s ' of i puro black colour.

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THE CHAEGES OF LARCENY AGAINST EDWARDS. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

TEE ;CHAEGBS; OF: LARCENY . AGAmsr EDWARDS, * ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR ~ : TRIAL. , B :okf.s Hul, Taesday Night. B*ri£ Eiward^ late easier in the BJ&P. Company's Office, was com mitted for tria5 to-diy 0:i & charge of embezsKag moneys the property of hia emplp^eia. , ,

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Caltowie Coursing Meeting. (BY TELEGRAPH.) CALTOWIE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

• daftowte Ooursing Meeting. ^ (By Tb^graph.) i; * w . 'CitTOWiB; Tuesday NighL Mr., J.. rTrestrail :,wired oa Jrom iCalr towie last night that thirteen courses had been decided during the day. Hare3 were plentifuLin the morning but scarce and nild iafter luuch. Some splendid trials: nyere. witnessed. Mr. Donald Murray's tNfelson had two no-goes with Sir. H. McDonald's Etquest, and Mr. T. ;]?rcetttan^3';Lady Crystal and Mr. FuIJerton's;; CfaSspaw ran an undecided. Coiirging starts! from the township 'to-j day. The ~ following are the re" suits J— S' „ " Slarin heat Foxdale. " * ; ; AnsfcraJran'Beaofcybeat'Qajmb v ■ < Ba^bwirabeat Ruby. Nelson beat Request. 'Flofaline ijeat Lidy Love. N«ra beat Viking. Ballyhooley beat Laurma. \YalliiCb. beat'Kathleen. ■ * , Island'Queen lieac Goldmine. \ '■•-,i Bucepli^lua bcat"PHfebm.Lds3.i \ Tonga beat Matt. — - -Mascotte beat Qaeen. - - Mowska beat Bridal Mom. i ; .• -: •; ; - t Lady Crystal and Catapaw -will ' be the first pair in the...

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CITY CHATTER. ANOTHER HOSPITAL CONSTEOVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

CITY CHKTTER. BrTwrrreB. I : akothbr Dr Wigg/Healtb Officer for Unley, has crossed swords with Dr. Bamsay Smith. Dr. Wigg was not a member of the^ late honorary staff of the Adelaide Hospital, but for all that be is not a NapieriJe. He* isa ismaii nian. Asa further ;markof identification, it may be mentioned thai hiswife u a daughter of tfaa late Mr. Mefrcse, of Moant Pleasant* and a sister of a partner of Mr. Homburg. who. was the first to mention the Hospital -matter in Parliament and who appeared i ias tlie champiotiof the nurses. The present dispute arises upon comments made by Dr. "Wigg upon a typhoid patient wSose eases was erromrasly certified by DnAstles and treated as scarlet fever. In the news paper report, some matter which was not part of Dr. Wigg's report became incor porated, and as this contained inaccuracies iheTene iny bad i^ed a tnumpbanirwar I whoop. Dr. Smitb's statement, .which [-bad; evidently bad the advantage of | Ministerial editing, was a powerful presentat...

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

Spostiag1 STetas. I FBvViatob.T : M. M. Rosemgrave's long jump of 23 ft. 7¥ m., ^de at Sydney, which has stood as theworidYreoord for nearly two years, was beaten in New York on June 11, when one Pristein covered rather more than an inch farther. / ■ ■ In} Ireland they are not afraid of the Bbrting-raacliirie. The following clipping is from a London exchange of July 13So much approved were the starting-machine results at Leopardstown; •on Friday and Satarday that our Irish correspondent learns the management of Down Royal. Cork Part, and other meet ings have decided" on introducing it, .and, 'is altcady announced, the -Turf Csub have' provided one for the usd of the Curra**h trainers, and it lias ^een; placcd in a most convenient position on the principal part of the training grounds. The French horse Elf II., who won the Ascot Gold Cup, ftwo miles and a half, ia described as being rather under than over medium size, flat of rib, but well coupled. He is a chestnut, with a blaze down...

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Insolvency Court, Gladstone. FRIDAY, JULY 22. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Stow, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

. lasolveae^. Seust9 ,Gtadstoae. ■ * FrStda"?, JtrtY 22. * His Honar~5rr." Commissfoner •Stow, S.M.} * 1 , la re S&uah ■ MacKay, licensed Victualler, ;JRoi;t,Pine, , .Firsthearing.. Mr. I. M. Solomon appeared' for the' op posing creditors, aud Mr. D. C. Scotfc for insolvent. The statement of accounts showed—Assets, £139; liabilities, £&>7 14s 3d i deSdencyl . £358 14s |Sd. Mr.; gf^ornotJ applicd'to hare the proceedings adjoarned to Adelaide, ;>bqt/aft4e argu-!! menfc the application 'was nithclraiFn. 1 The second hearing :was set down-foc i Tuesday, August 2nd. ' A X<ondon cable states that a sensa tional incident occurred on Sunday in the Anglican Church of St. Michael's, Shore-. ditch, where Ritualistic practices have long prevailed. A number ~ of x members of the Low-Church party attended one of the services and endeavoured. to prevent the performance of the, objectionable i ceremonials. Tho regular congregation, however, forcibly resented ' t...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1898. A Necessary Change. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

||he |3ort |3tvic Mdporbcr. Wednesday, July 27, 1898. A nocessar^clu&jp,; During the hearing of the Annie ! Thomas case in the Supreme Court id ■Adelaido a fortnight ago His Honor I Chief Justice Way said ib was a pity "that so many witnesses should have 1 'been dragged all the way front Port Pirie when ^proclamation could have I been obtained for .him to have heard I the case at Gladstone, wlicre he would i be -on, circuit the^ fol-1 lowing week. His Honor further expressed surprise that the Circuit I Court did not sit at Port Pirie instead of1 Gladstone, as the great majority of the cases tried there came from the former p'ace. In his Honor's opinion I thefo^y thing in favour of .tiding the Courkat Gladstone was:; that the gaol wis there but this|consider ation was outweighed by the fi'cfc 1 thatHhe bulk of tb«i casesjcame from Port Pirie. Before concluding his I remarks: the ; Chief Justico; said; ho J would 'bring the matter under the J notice of the Attornex-GeneraV wit...

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Magistrates' Court, Port Pirie. TUESDAY, JULY 26. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 July 1898

Magistrates' Court, Port Pirie. Tuesday, July 26. - (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.)   Alexander Sherman pleaded. guilty to having been drunks Fined 5s. Alan Khan, hawker, was chared on the information of Thomas Bryant, Rail way Stationmaster, with tresspassing on railway property - at Warnertown. He pleaded not guilty. A fellow country man acted as interpreter. Andrew "Brown, signalman at Warner town Railway-station, said—On; the 1st of July I on duty at Warnertown ; about a qnartsr past 4 in the afternoon; defendant came into the gate on the east side, driving; a hawker's van with one horse; he then drove across three lines in the yard ; when he crossed the first line,. I called out' to him and told him he shouldn't cross there, but he still drove on across the three lines and went out of the gate on the other side ; told him that it was not a crossing ; he made some remark, but I, could not,understand it - he stopped the van. immediately he got; across the three lines, ...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

_,Paallemq^f.a^i^ngylar match waslfired between teams repre senting theJamestownMoubifdSiRiftgg'f and the Defence Rifle elate at Orroroo »and Port Pirie. The conditions were five men with seven shots p.fc 20^ J500 and, 600 yards, each teamvf^&fMTitl own i ea'ntgafe: hy >ft^j|a§il^rn3^o"i&jE#cf ^llf poiiftM Port Pirie being only £gUE,poUfc3»~beh»acL OrroToo. _ The= weatherjyas not favorable -J 'to good ^booting.' Appende'd 'are thev] details:—' / II"- ~t • ■ ?i ,-T ^Jamestown.;,. *l ;t Yards—200' '500 '600 tftl.' Lieut. Hampbris ... 29 30 30 - 89 Captain Rcade ... ,31 .29 - r29 89 SergE-MajoriRc^ii 1^29 33:' 20 07. j Private wige ... 30. 30 28^88 Private Uaesc ... 30 \>28>( t2t % 179 149 149 132 - 480 • - ' ;Orroroo.: Mr. W. C. Addison t 30 ' 30.. 27 87„ Mr. L. B. Addison 31 30'*'26' 8? Mr. A. R. Addisoir - SO 32 22 84 Mr. J. Bills ... 26 31 25 82 Mr. C. E. Doudney 30 26 20 76, * 147 149 > 120 »f416 Port Pirie. 3lr. Perry ... 30 32 26 88 Mr. Webster ... 29...

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A Bachelor's Grievance. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

XBaoJwlor's "'ifeievaaee - - To-thb Editor.-— Sm—I have been much surprised at the number of old maids arid bafcchelors that are to be seen in the streets of Port I|m<|p7ho seem to have nothing to do lpfc9||eek pleasure in the streets, or, wbrselstill, the hotels. Our women are intelligent, onr men are industrious, and BQiiBtjj: &uch > Bpfmyanj^omoii, under more favoiable circumstances, couid put their'tinao and- intelligence to a more u3efulr_j>urj)ose than pleasure seeking. ■TKo j£n^hjf^tei§J§n the decrease, then ^%ltc^no'r€h&S^eople nlarry and add to the population. Their answer is, circumsfahc^Aull not allow people to marry and support a family in comfort. This answer may seem strange here ?vh«%^n«^pB|^g!t8''e(Dploy'ed afc very fair" pay" and constant* employment, so we cannot attribute single life in this town to bad- pnjy so we-niuafc-esamme the social conditions of the people to remedy this. The men are as willing to ,m*rry^(^grecf jyid l thin...

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CITY CHATTER. THE NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

CITV chhtterIQ .TfcB' ftgwrgoroii vtaub. ■. Mr. Keid has been returned alter{ a Die '* a flight givea him by Mr. Bartoa. j£His Ministry has suffered the loss of vJIr. SidneySmi^ t$b° nH#tlivs,J|Minifter; of Agriculture which Now South Wales has possessed; of Mr. Gould, theMinptetjof Justice, whom, the h^al pitilessly, pilloried fipr te>t'^!«isra^atcHflo,^coiilfc. ted on doubtful evidence for assaul$ upon a woman j!and of Mr. Garrard, Minister^ labour. Mr,, Bartoa has .' losi ^"3fr. McMillan, one of the ablest federal delegates^: and Mr.' Bruce Smith, » m&o standing head- and-: shoulders abovesthfl average politician. Mr. Wise, the Iconoclast, has got in by the skin of his teeth. Tho Labour Party does not appear to bare suffered in the struggle, 3 electionsjs bound up., with the 'fedlral cause.\ "Will the resnlt advance or retard it?- It ianofcsafefco predict. Mr. Re|d's autocracy ia restricted by,, the formidable 'characfW of the^ ?Oj5{iasitionJ :1Aiany returned as Minist...

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The Port Pirie School. INCREASED ACCOMMODATION TO BE PROVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

Tbo MPmo School. INCREASED ACCOMMODATION TO BE PROVIDED. Wfc an gla 1see that tbo para^raph wftfeti »p| eaml lit Wcdiiead iy!a issne .-of th&j>econfcr bis b me fruit, a&the fot Itvning from the At/rertiser report of the ^proceedings in tho House of Assembly on Weducsday last will show t ■ "Mr. paragraph in ihfelKlr^lliii^jfesa^e^ which stated th.it a sctioo! built to^accniii modate 300 scholars hnd an attendance of" 500, and that tho ^teaching st&fl tsius shamefully inadequate. Them wcro ortly sis tencbcrs,andono lady hnd £01 children under her carc. What steps had been taken to carry otit the instruc tions tfwt additional accommodation should W given, and wnuldithcteaching sfaif be increased Vy 'iTioT^Mitmter ' pf Education said this matter had been brnoght3ef«'re, hiia.byjhejajembsza. f^r Okdat»B6t andjig -senl the' chairman of the Braird jnf lnsi>cc!ora to Port I*srie Iof li.ok Into it. Tlie" av'cr.>ge attendance lor the last two months Sad ;been ...

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Accident at Block 12. MINERS OVERCOME BY NOXIOUS GASFS. HEROIC CONDUCT OF ONE OF THE MEN. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

Incident at Block 13. MINERS OVEUCOME BY NOX IOUS GASFS. HEROIC CONDUCT OF ONE OP THE MEN. . . r. im * /* / t** ■' Adelaide/ EKday At the B,'ock 12 property to-day five men went, down the upcast or tent shaft at Baxter <fc. Sadler's ©pen cut to do certain rvpairs/vrhen py.ro ligncous-gases became apparent and affccted them all badly. The man at the mouth of the shaft, noticing something was wrong, gave the alarm, when a miner named Alexan der King beroicallyvolnnteeredtogo below and see if the men were over come by the gas, as its presence by t licit time was most noticeable. King bad some difficulty in going below, where he found Cox, the timbermaof in a helpless condition, supported loq.. the ladder by a mate named Wil liams. -Three otHere—Lon-e, 5 Sy-! mnnds, and Clancey—were also quite helpless a little lo*ver down. King plockily held G x \intil\ assistance arrived, although' Williarfts-hlmosf; immediately after King's, arrival succumbed and fell off the ladder a dist...

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

Hallway Timetable. ^ Passenoeb 1'bains vboh Pobt Pibie -to ■ _■ Adelaide. To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Terowie Ellon-Street Station at &50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.in. To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra Station at 10.30 a.m. , To Broken Hill, via Petersburg and Terowie. Ellen-Street Station at 4^0 p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. v 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 at440 a.m. . E^m Broken Hilli and Terowie via Petersburg. Central Statioii at 1014 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m. ' : From Adelaide via Blythand Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 4.55 p.m. From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central Station at 7.47 pan.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

DEPARTUBES. i ' 1 I July: 7—Investigator, steamer. o4o tons.' Andtrson majU-r, for l\nt Adelaide. .. . farm —Nundrlfs. «■ "' iS f i July 27— Iriverlochy barque, 1,;!39 tons, 3!s1kot master, for ^Newcastle..'NJS.1Y.5. In l-ai'ast; ; . - | j July -7—Lr.pwinc*, ketch. 15 tons, A. Alee," master, lor coast. July 27.—i-'ary Jane, ketch, 9 tons,< Lawson, master, for Coast. . : July 28—31aid of Australia, kclcli, .45 tons. Carver, mister^for Coast. » i; s •; July 2S-—Xelcebco and Uribea for Port Turton. July Kpbirt. Burnt, keteli, 246 ton?^ Easori, master, for coast. > I? July 28—MeTen Niehol. steamer, 246 tons Stc«*l, tin ster. for Dovonport via Poet# Adelaide. Cargo—l.COO bage wheat.'

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Burglars Committed for Trial. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

JltiEgi&rsV€mnmitte<I lor Trial. AdeLaIpk, Friday Niglifc. The reco 11 tly-capt ured burglars— Leo, Marshall, May and Kidd—one of whom was wounded in the course of liis Hrrest. were committed for trial at Petersburg to-day on a charge of burglary.

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

Itat-anft IfelegmptMNSeej P@rt Ffrte. MAIL AER^GBfiEEaSTS. | Easiness hoars from 8.30 a,m. till 7i30p.mi daily, except Saturdays, when it is; open from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. - Money Order Office from 10 a.m. to o p.m. barings Bank Agency; from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., and on Saturdays till 5.80 p.m. - . The offico is open for ; ft quarter, of an hoar for the delivery of letters after the arrival of the mails every evening. ; Mails arrive and close as follows:— &BB1VAL. 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 and intermediate offices at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. : From Telowie and Fort-. Germein at 4 p.m. ■ From Solomontown at 6,35 a.m., 9.15 ajn.> and 4.15 p.m. ' 1 From Nelahaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at6.20a.m , DKPABTCBE. For Adelaids and intermediate offices at 10.5 &.m. and 4.25 pjhl For Adelaide and offices south cf Terowie at 10 p.m. For ...

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