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

TEf SELS IN HARBOR. ' J / At-pona. | arqno. Olsons, Croal, master,, firoxa Broinen. ' Kopnblio, ship, 3,2j>/ tons, "VVbatcomb, master, fr< m Puget Sound. / # f Port Stephens, steamer, 3334 tons. "White'iend, master, from Sourabaya. ■ • 4 E:?.ticl!a, schcoper, Si tons, Clark, nias'cr, from AileJaide. Flux Crafts: — Xorinanville, Annie Urowit, Wilpena, -Omeo,; Tlrid,-. '3[onng, Galatea. Lady Daly, Btoughton, Faances, Merle;Maryy Spindrifc. .v':V

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Death from Burns. A YOUNG WOMAN LOSES HER LIFE. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

Bcath from Burns. A YOUNG WOM AN LOSBSUER LIFE. AdeLaiqE* Friday 3STi"ht. G eo rg i 11 jv Won d !ejv a^c (1* 30, ■ was admitted tj the Adelaide lluspital to-day suffering from: severe burns -on inicictf r sfe * 135nfle ld|} twidSIl ied", dn i hour after admission.

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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) July 28th. CHRISIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

(Prom onr own Correspondent.) July 28th. OHR1S1AIK ENDEAVOR SOCIAL. The members of theGladstone Christian ^ Ecdea\ or Society held theirr annual socia 1 in th b Bible' Christian this* evening, the Rev. T. JE. Bash taking the chair. The Bev. W. -G.; Clarke was also present* as '.well as a nnniber of fellow Endeavor ere from Laura and other places around. • The ministers gave excel lent address' s, and a paper on " The Quiet Hoar " by Mr. Kentish and given by him at the Petersburg Con vention, was kindly forwarded and read' for the benefit of those who were denied the pleasure of hearing it at Petersburg. Miss M. Grey rendered a recitation excellently, and Mr. Badge was pleasing in his song, " The Last / Milestone." Befresb ments were then partaken of partly in obedience to ' the time-honored custom ' at socials* and partly1 to fortify the inner man against the biting blast to be faced going home, and all agreed they had ■ spent an exceedingly profitable and pleasant evening. Genial g...

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

AT ANCHORAGE. Rivet Falloeh, ship, 13S& tons. Wilson; j master, fryw Brexutsu. :■■■ '

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A Peculiar Death. A DENTAL ACCIDENT. THE INQUEST ADJOURNED. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

' A DENTAL ACCIDENT. THE INQUEST ADJOURNED. The inquest on the body of 3Iiss Catehlove, whose death oecmred while undergoing a dental operation, was opened fa-day, and was adjonrned til! Monday next, the jury failing to ajjreiv The medical evidence dis closed the faefr lhat death waspniiiar ily doe to the presence of a tooth iu the" lung, tbafc organ being terribly ulcerated and full of pn*.

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

VESSELS TO 'AKIHVK'f ;1 — I Africander, steamer, 2755 tons. -Keen siiitsler, from ,' outh Afric.i via ports- To rail. -.v. Auiultw. barque, 1,320 tons, Steele, master, from Rotterdam. Sailed May 2S| tK! days out. . * Fuhvood. ship, 1,986 tons, Lewis master, from Ilarnbr.rg. Sailed Juno 17 ; 43 days out. ; ... ; ; . V ■ ' i. ( Gratia. Norwegian barque, 1475 tonsj i:tray, ma-toi. from Barry ; to siil. Inveresk, barque, 12&7 tons. Langford, master, from Antwerp. Sailed, May 11/ SDdaysont. John Ena, -J-raastud barque, 2714 t>ns, 3Iad«eni master, from Puget Souad. To sail. Kaffir, steamer, 273G tons, from South Africa j to sail. f Luereja, schooner. GG tons, Yallentino. rnrster,: from r Sydney via Melbourne; L sailed July 18; 12 day3 out, Mary .Augusta, ship, 1,335 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. Xyniphe, German ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, master, from Hamburg; sailed July 15; 15 Jays out, ; Princo Kobert, 4-masted barque, 2U>t tons, Hansen, master, from Puget S...

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TELEGRAMS. Murdered by Blacks. THREE DROVERS LOSE THEIR LIVES. SOUTH AUSTRALIANS AMONG THE PARTY. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

r* Munlemi by BlsMmUi THREE DROVERS <V _ lives.".j U?' "SOUTH \USTtt ALli?fI1 ito . . . ' } THE-PARTY. - ADKr.AT»E.PndavNi>hti I A telcgramiiom Cae *** nounc&s the iJisco very of thej_bpdies ofthrce drovers on tlie Gascftifjne l£iycr. Tboy are alleged by 31 r. Grey, manager of .an cxtengiTO coach. in;*i business in the locality-; <to be those of members of a5- party'bf eight Earopeans oho were travelling 750 head -of cattle from Kiroberley dis trict to Cue. When 3Jr. «*rey last he4rd of them three members of the pnttywere - abonttopnsfronfrom Fitzpatrick'SiStRtjoii ^teithp ^O "fats, as ram had jasiNaliefi. latins -^opmiop'. fhet men -were * byjJitlfe blacks, as it impossible' them to have perished from" want of water .Amongst fcho eight -men were two South Australians, one Harold Miller, of fKapundsi landf John Macclbxiald, who hails from Crystal Brook.

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VESSEL ON PASSAGE FROM PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

'VESSEL- ON PASSAGE FKOII TOUT PIRIE. This fs llowing vessels arw outward l ound IV rt I'irio to tliu uadttuieationed ^:,ct3 Main I;!>nr>, fcarrjuo, 1,315 tons, "Wil liams. i;.a;tcr. for rJumbllieada? sailed jyis»iri:h E»; 1 i*} cars out. nv^uiivn bar^t'. l.JlO tons.; ikjiiiitfojir "u aT5t«r, for1 Cartlssgona; E;i;It'I 3Ictc& 26 ; ]25 days out. Yarkard, s2i?p. 1.2*3; toa<. Lnndon, ina?t!T, for Unite I Kingdom or channel ; saifcd -\prit l5; 10 d.iys. ont. Amirc! Trcmle. French barque. 1.417 fonv M;W& roasfe :r, for Swansea, sailed Slay 7; 84 days o;,it. . ; ' Murion Brtltan'yrfv ship, , 1,507 tons, masier, for Antwerp j sailed Slay 12; Y'.J 'Uys otif. Msrp-jsi.K ship,_l,333 tons. Sv^"\Voxholt, n;n*U".-. Jor tjfe, Jf.-z.-ura? iiiled J tine.. 17. "fS ff.'.TS t.lit. barque, 1533 tot s. - MeMnrty. master. f-T Sttnnsea; s viled July 9, 21 days cut luTtjrlocby. bjtrfjar. 1.K39 tons, K. J. Mitsc, .inasttfr, for >"or.c,ist"o. N.S.H.; s viU-s Jxily 2S&a...

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Character Sketches. [From our Gladstone correspondent.] No 2. ALFRED CLIFFORD CATT [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

XFrom our Gladstone correspondent,] r\ o» ; ko 2. r * r- '.*• t ALFRED* CXiiFFORD' CATT i Is the son' of -1 he Hon.: Alfred jCatfcrM.P;y Chairman of Committee's,; and theman vko wants a better intrydu ctionthan that; had better resign at once and move out of South Australia. • • Young< Sir. Catjb is a colonial cast in the supposed typical lanky .mould, which simply means that he hails from • Strathalbyn : and measures 6 ft. something or other, I forget which, in ; his muiform.; : For, to commenceat once-withfclie -profession-wifch-which^ ha has been mostclosely associated,,! should - mention tltat'fiie5rhasbub recently been ■appointed to*thetiommand^f the Second B*ttalion:ef the V. M.R.,nofc,however, , being allowed to take the title of Lieu tenant-Colonel for . some reason best known; to the Commandant, no - doubt; and sundry others perhaps " in - the know," but which doesn't at al!. appear clear to the; ordinary layman. Perhaps they were afraid Mr. Catt would be so carr...

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

Wishes to intimate to the residents of Port Pirie and surrounding district that she is prepared to execute orders for Ladies and Children's Costumes in the Latest Styles. Perfect fit guaranteed. Costumes from 10s. 6d. Teims Cash. Florence-street (next to Christian Chape!) Port Pirie. Preventioh^ bf TypHoid. The new F|TFEMT BERKE FEL& WTEl^igWy com mended and tised -by the "Health Officer (Dr. Stewart), will filter 25 gallons of pure water per hour. To be seen- in operation »nd obtained at the establishment, of J, Gr. LEWIS, sole agent for Port Pirie. T&OTMENTS FOR . : SALE PRI§f(NyiLl.E. : ' PaikLand Frontage. Easy : Terms. Hundred.of Pirie. o o s» © 5» cd a, ^-r-rRARKER&.GQ-! .-•• Fashionable Tailors and SMrt lannfacturers, 66 King William-Street, ADELAIDE. flew Seasons Goods | In all Departments. I ——:o: Write for Samples and Self-Measurement Eorms. PAHKER & GO.'S representative can be found at BRUSE'S Exchange Hotel at short intervals. T3 P -v 7s. ...

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

sne. Tie Stesawrs of this line will sail froaj Port Pirie as follow* (circamstajicc* prrmittinsj For -) S.S. DAWN. FOB £ AUGUSTA » SIOSDAY AUG I EDITHBUEG f AUU- *• PORT ADELAIDE ) {Pass^njere sod Cargo.) FARES i—To POST AUGUSTA, Sakwn, lis, 6d.; STEERAGE. 7s. <*L To POST ADELAIDE, Saloon, 20a.! Steeras®, lis. 61. Booed Trin Ti» Angusta, Edith targh. and Adelaide trick to Port Pirie, 35s. Regular Fortnightly Service. To POKT ADELAIDE S.S. AGE, MELBOURNE SYDNEY . THCBSDAY, An? 4 NEWCASTLE and a!! 1 QUEENSLAND Porta J NOTE.—Liberal Di-ssouat c3 Steerage fores to Queensland Ports, West Australian Gold- j fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT j ADELAIDE. r» - ■) BCJJBURT ( EABLY. FREMANTLE f GEBALDTOJf ) FiUsenjw booked ri^ht through to the Goldfields. j All Freight* and Passenger (arcs at Lowest Hates. COAL. CML. COAL. Beat Household, Engine, and Blacksmith's COAL auppiied at Lowest Prices, Iargs or small quanti ties. .. -fcO.gallon Tanks uul Iron-bark Spokes for sale at lowest ...

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

' jmiffWfflir1IfliHHi*tfr.ifh*fi^TmrfcnegTB»qjiuirIi'irnilm1 rrrrrrfiirffniirT^TnrrrnwrwrTfirfiia HEWS. Fori i ^.atituuf £3 £ r. II ruia S.; Xioa^itU'iej |38«l9tr. I mm. E. POINT LOWLY SHIPPING. Jely 20—0.15 a.ia.~Sb!pJ Birer Falloeh, tow of to3 ;S9!ce$tfdr§&£sal' .In for Port Krio. ' " * . ■■ ABBIVAES.0I /. July: 7—Helen Nk-oli, steamer, 2-16 tons, John Stat'Se 'master, from Devonport, (Tas.) tia Peris Adelaide, Oerxuem and W.-iiSaruo. Cargo from Tas mania—--!) tons potatess, 20,(XX) feet - has&sroo«L - From--WaJiaioo—tw--k>iis flour, bran and pollard.. Jnly 27-r-Lady■ ' palj% !6ro ; and * !aft sefeooierl <£> ions, 11. "Heritage mister, ,item coast, ,JCar^'flu*. ••— ww Jnly 27—4)iaselia,. ^Hofcvr. gj ton v IS Clarke :ni33t>r. fr'.-ai Port? Adelaide. : Cargo general. "" . ^ * uly J27—-Quae>. 3 masted schooner. tons, Johnstone, muster, from const. Cargo floii \ ■ ' f Jn!y 27—X«rKU5nv:Il<\ fcetdi, 21 tuns, I)e Diar master, from Fra...

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

h. a. & IMPORTERS - & • GBNERSfi o STORBKBEPEBS. ' 0 m. ? 5 - ' -"sy s;.£^ ft t "i «"5 Stock as usual? large and well asSorfcdd iaialt departments, \ . A Liberal Discount for? Cask ^ vSee Circulars- ^ . EILEN-STK E.IL £ ,i'P QrR T P I R I E, ~wr BRANCHES AT: ALL RAILWAY STATIGm ■% -)••-! i ; - v '• t ' I Adelaide, Port Adelaide, Port. Pirie aa-raaiaH.^ B R-.OK.EN HILL. Goods consigned id us are delivered to Store Doors in - WHARF^SSd^^STOrSgB^aSSoSSoDATION. OFF IGE: QN WH ARF^ ELLEN 3TREET, PORT PI R IE WOODMAN'S PIANOS, PIANOS/ ORGANS, ORGANS. i^The Largest Stock to select from in Adelaide.*^' Lowest F rices. Time Payments. Woodman's, Grrenfell-strefet, Adelaide, 8. Importers of Every Description of pi£S: si & o k g sgfe ON .EASY TERM EASY TERMS, b THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical Box.) £3 10s, price lists TO V £20. Catalogues ON Application. AND Catalogues on .. Application, NOTE THE ADDRESS— S. MARSHALL & SONS, 32, BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. s-====ss=...

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Shortage of Trucks at Port Pirie. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE - From time to tame there have"been complaints as to the insufficient supply of tracks for wharf work. Mr. James Hopkins wrote to Mr. E. A. Roberts on the subject, and our janior^member, at once set to work to stir the authorities up. The result will be seen-in the- folJowiDg corres pondence, which has been handed to ns,for pnblicatipn Office ofthcCommissioner of Public Adelaide, 26tb Sir,—la reply to your letter of-stlie lltli inist re delay of work cn the 'PoS^f PIrie wharves owing to it has scarcity of' railway tracks, T^am directed !by the? Commissioncs to forward fise-your itiforl. maitAn rottnrf fn*m l1t« TIaHwjw: Commissioxu^on the sabjeelfr honor to berate., ^ "V - John Mann, Secretary. E. A. Roberts, Esq., M.P., Parliament House. ..The Hon. Commissioner of Public Warks,/who will see-by the reports at tached tbat the delay to the discharge.of tfcecoa! ships at -Port Pirio generally arises from the fact that the steamers do not reach the Port at all ne...

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Our Water Supply. BAROOTA CREEK SCHEME TO BE PROCEEDED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

te Watir B \ROOTA-CREEK,SCHEME,TO BE PROCEEDED WITH". The Mayor (Mr. Geo, F. Claridge) has,,received an intimation that the '-Government has decided to at once proceed with the Baroota Creek water scheme in order to supplement the supply "for Port " Pine. Accord ing- -^6" rthe™ Eogineer'*^ m "-'Chiefs estimate the supply of water available at Baroota Creek is about 100,000 gal lons ger diem^ or equal to 36,500.000 gajlons per annum. _ The estimated cost ot the'work, including a fi.inch .main to Port Pirie, is £15,000. ^ This Scheme was first advocated by Mr. NVSioions, J;P., who has' been at infinite pains in gathering information about the various sources, in; .the ,dis trict from which a. supply;;of;-water i couldTie made: available for Port' Pirie. 'Wecbngrertul^ successful result of his efforts. The ,town is under, an obligation to him fand- prqba&fy^the Toi^ii. Council i%ilj iplace on i«cfcrd- its appreciation of liis services.;; f-The action of the Govern m|n| in jde^d...

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Pruning the Vine on the Western Slope of the Flinders Range. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

garaaisg tks Viat ea, ,, "Western Slega sf th© Fliasta Sasge. I The foil jwing paper was read a& the last mettirg ofthe Agricultural Bureau (Port Piaie Branch) by the secretary (Mr. R- Terry):— There has bten so ranch said and so many oenlar demonstrations sine© the advent ofour Government viti^ cuUurist on this subjeef, tbatSittle remains for discussion, bnt I maintain that however great the knowledge of: vine culture, and particularly pruning, perfection is never attained, and we have still to peer into the far future for methods leading to that mnch desired state. In dealing with this matter, I will endeavour to relate my practical experience dnring some five or six years on the abov?-mentioned range, which yon will admifc ia under decidedly different circn instances than from those which the viticultarists of the South have to coafeend with. I will begin with spur pruning, or, as it is known, the 41gooselKrry-jb^sh style.*' Experience teaches mo that ail the f-hort noded...

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

Owing1 to ■ithe fla^ am^l of bur? reporter at the meeting of subscribers to the; Institute held on'Tuesday ilasb, the report which appeared-,in; the Recorder on Wednesday did not con vey a f correct /Imptessiok / of I what transpired, particularly in1 regard to the remarks made, by,^.Mr., Mallyon. | Thfe^^atl^^isj ^isfefed^ in i^ply to Mr. Warren" that the Build ing Committed had? acknowledged^^ responsibility to the Trustees of the building (the Corporation), and had received permission from that body to proceed with the work that had been'; carried out. He further stated that the Building Committee had in the early days, of the -.Institute -been recognised by the then; Minister , of Education as having full,; power to act 'as itscustodians, and.j^intod out that' the Committee liad been duly appointed by the subscribers. Mr. Maliyou also intimated that the^ Committee!' having now completed the work for which they. had been appointed^ were con i sideling - tlie advisability x>f|....

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

!k Ffiimg leaves ClVCWiPBlBgOlWISSef | So the falling of the hair tells x of the approach of age and declin- w ing power. No matter how barren the tree: nor how- leafless it may seem, yon confidently expect leaves again. And why? Because Ibereis Life at the Roots. : So you seed not worry about tie falling of yoar hair, the threatened de parture of your yonth and beauty. And why? Because if there is a spark of life re maiiuBg ia the roots cf the hair Aybp's Mmsp.Wig&s*. will aronse it into healthy activity. The hair ceases to coma oat: it begins to grow: • and the glory ofyouth is restored to yoo. Prepared by DrJ.CAyer&COq&nreaiHfesSnVaA £160,000,000 UNCLAIMED DougolVZ^gutered List co tain's? aisSes ofSO.OCO PxctiJies advertised. for to claim property and money since 1700.' Price 2s.6d., poit free 2s. Ereiy man and women »honld buy this kcolt, as instructions are siren' bow to recover property from - Chancery. DOUGAL & Off, 62 Strand, Condos, Eng. Est....

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

Faraai sad SarSea. An enttmsiasfe in parsnips states that as a food resource, both for ilie table and stock, the parsnip has few snperiors. Upon fairly good soil thej will give a yield of from 600 to »o 1,000 bnshels to; the acre; they winter in the ground where grown, and if undisturbed' grow the second year. As a stock food they surpass the turnip arid carrot. Batter from cows fed on parsnips; surpasses in ; flavour that made from any othfer food ; especially is this true in winter. On rich, sandy land they, will5 grow 3ft. long, but accommodate them salves to ' thin soils. The range of possibilites with this plant is broad.

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

Msrtgagiag Credit Apesmoats. AT tbe last meeting of the local branch of the Agricultural Bureau Mr. Mallyon drew attention to a dis ability under which a not inconsider able section of our producers suffer, on account of the stringent regulations by which holders of land from Govern' raent on credit agreements are hedged around. T Before a: credit agreement can be lodged as legal ^e^riity^ithe' consent of the Commissioner of Crown Lanebhas first to bejobtained to a mortgage. When this consent Jias been obtained, the person desirous .of mortgaging his selection has to ad advertise his intention in the Govern': ment Gazette, from which it is copied into: the " Trades Circular." . It is needless to say that alt this publicity seriously damages the credit of the mortgaging selector, and during the trying'times of the past, two or three years has inflicted considerable hard ship. It seems unfair that a man who has expended perhaps aa much as £2 an acre in improvements, and paid. 10s og t...

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