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The Port Pirie Recorder. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1898. Our Marine Misgovernment. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

Wxt |3ort Saturday, July 30, 1898. OvsMbsssm Higpmameat. Ma. Roberts is aliout to, introduce a Bill in the House of Assembly to make provision for the direct repre j sentation of the Northern ports on the Marine Board. There is a; strong feeling here in favor of the establish ment of a Local Harbour Trust,- and if Mr. Roberts could succeed in per suading the Assembly to gi-ant us local government in jmaiine matters lie would be performing a very -great service indeed to Port Pirie, arid one which would nmcfe beneficially on the large district which it serves. The trend of legislation in England and some of the other colonies is in the direction of extending § local government,which has been found in practice 16 - be more effective' and economical than lhe -centralized system. It seems to us that the control of harbours, and the matters pertaining to them,- mijjhfc- with ad-* vantage be entrusted to local {bo3ie|. The' experience of Port; Pirie" and Port Augusta bas demonstrated the ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Is Port Pirie Suffering with Sweled Head? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

'- IgwdteaTSead^ This is the way, -our -Gladstone correspondent trouncesos for simply suggesting that it- wouldbe as well if Mahomet would come to.the mountain instead of ^quiring themoantain to go to Mahomet:— * . _ . - - Too ve peppered your mouth and pn t your: foofc in it about that.. Circni tr Court business.Better you hadf held yon?tonguerTo?ryoar''"pen^ratherr instead of frittering away valuable space, time, paper, ink, &c., writing abontwhat^~yaa-don't;nnderstand.. What does Mi;._Ifred Grey,.want of a Circuit GourfcanyhoAr ? Is.he afraid that Pineftmll so lowldp jn slie '^:;!reep.. a^^a&*€&afirv^n|£ on her own ? gmnfc ypaJPirie finds most of the cases, and more shame -to her. Quiteayoung thing, too. Bnt the metropolis, of the north." Great Scott. Is the foil7 Wagging the dog1 so soon ? Now we haven't much bcre as it is, and it is positively indecent of the Recorder to embark on a crusade against a neighbour struggl ing, but, pluckily, to hold her own....

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

To this ®eadsl)f:; Families - **&■■*&><£■ <j •' ' - .,. - RESIDING IN - - - PORT PIRIE MD^DI^peT, ARE YQ U;v?:^4ha^*:: ; PTOBMAQmMCAliasB-A 1H1:5fC|t|l?v^| E^pp|:M#5 FAMILY CHEMIST - - « U, U, I^11» I I I 1^1 wi ."-■"■-/■■ :- IS ESTABLISHED IN : AIexander-st„ Port Pirie (Three Doors from Central Ilotel.) (Including all tbc most popular writers) ' TO MY : ;■ LIBRARY, 'niePUDLICarc invited to inspect. Aidwlitos, And all other Wintor Games, W. C. SLATER, immr ahtuJiU ~A ENDERS will " tie received'by ■f ! -'uU-'U I - wj t'-l ?-'"*?!.? .? M11.. 3 AMES, WOOD, to ;^PK£8PAJ;vf^i'gpsf i l3rd,»ifdr JPUfTINGjSHOP WINDOWS iiiltf Mr;:; Fred ®f Gs ey's :'ndw-? Offices'' arid Shops in Ellen-street. ASSIGNEDioES3&T-£V Jr -LAINGS : 1; ■ FQRD.nl 1 ' i'% . j \a ^6Tl6E^DElM>iji! ' " $ :■ Jl- LL AOCOUNTS'dne' or soWlri^ to -l\. thi.; Estate must be paid to or d|Ber\yi|>e., at nuiged.:, £«jr s. 11 tl|f§ Hndersigued' on the. Premises, ElleiS^ Syee...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

illSCELLANEOrS. Tlse s.-.JlsIsa 2sict>Ii has-resumed her, Irifwto-TssnwsRiAf nod arrived <31*3 \V«d« ncsday with a ear*p> of potatoes and timb«r. Captain Steel reports having left! Devcapoiton July 21st. She passed* Cape Wkhh;*.:? at ncoa on tho 22nd. hatiajj stronsr westerly winds and srjnalSy ■weather, with heavy cross sea till passing; Capo Northumberland, Then more mode rate tv rather to' arrival. Sho touclicd at Pott Adelaide, Wailatoo.. and. Germain, discharging a quantity of potatoes and timber at each port. She left again on Thursday with a cargo of wheat for Port, Adelaide. T r - ^ r, ^ " The River Falloch. a? i». irfiUIr,arrived ,-t the anchorage yesteroajv made a fair passage o£ 6? fdavs. Sbo comes from Grcaioji; srintik Sie left <-n A;r I 231] and has % car*:© of 'oke for t*ic Broke i ilill Propnf>irry Coy. She was picked np early oa Frisky Esonting by the Xelcabcj. and .was -reported - from_.PoiaS lowlv shortly after & The Bivcr Fa...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Old Order and the New. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

? 'T-0 THE1 EMTOR, ■ * I | Sik.—If the *urtwarranted Veiling (as per Recorder of Wednesday last);the; old; Institute ,war4iorso& have received at;the :: bands of the new, be not : enough to. stiffen their, running lix future, they; must be. gluttons_. afc. the business r .indeed. Personally, haying now no sympathy; with. this insHtuliorial concefrt of the "classes" ^ (though! worked as well' ai most' 'of ' its ! originators] to - establish it,) I care not: whether cock, or - cockerels, boss' the roo3t ; b.iitfl must express my. regret and disdain at the-,undignified attack, of |Mr. Mallyon. by, various of the new nobodies.; Did. they know of,, or could .they con-. deive tte noble work .Mallybri did _ in fathering fliej Institute' at its /inception,' they Would-'never have worried over some petty"question of Management, "(or how) so long as he was iri it. ' ;The old building committee of- the Institute :em braccd all the best men Port Pirie ever/ Had, or ever will have, thoug...

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

FRED GREYt HAS rnncli pleasure in informing Ills many friends and the public generally that be lias commenced business as AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-BUYERv iMD * .J AGENT, MONEY LENDER, &e., <£c., ^ Rents and Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated or purchased for Casli Auction Sales conducted any where In the Colony. : T Having a large amount of Capital at Command I am prepared to make CASH ADVANCES on Bills of Saiej Freehold or Leasehold Properties Furnitni-e, &c. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CHARGES. A Call Invited FRED GREY, Port Pirie. Bills Discounted daily. WANTED to EXCHANGE, a good up standing Horse for a Pony. Apply to W. K. Mallyon.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

HomisglTotes. The weather, from ai pigeon f aiicie:r *:&' point cf view, has been any thing ; >bat pleasant" for seme -'{time, the everlaat in# •■•north western -wind t'lnalsing. homing operations almost'imposs iblei ■It; have • heard ^'several ^fanciers :Com plaining, tespecially.-- Messrs.. Taratr and- firove'n, who havebir-ds atiefcery ! stage up to Kaniyai (Vibtoria)^: Their object, .Pbelier&j is to.hiive• sufficient bi rds. and be :prej>»red; • to= juhi p»into Ballaratf and--Melboame whetf .the daycare .a .little -*1 longer-andjithe wife>{liei\,beWer. ^ tiTom.iBrown is son* Sdent,.,; after the ;> performance 'from K^nirapfchis Qaacjr/Hagens, that; he will snQCeed ip.flying-Melborirne.t!Wi H. ^ilkiris ai.d»several ■ other mem-; bersj of, the .Norti-TV^estern Society consider^ t-lis only a1 matter of waiting, until ^the ei?d of it-be season to see?this fascinating ■ distance of 500 ,miles aii accomplished jfact.j v ;-They; have -my ;besfcAwishes. .• o ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Commercial Report. Recorder Office July 30, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

( \ . I / „ i - i \ / i Commercial Report* ^ c torder OJHcgJJnlv 30. 1838. : I Wheat (PL Pine) per bushel 0 3 4 Do. (CwstalBrook),..;t ... 0 3 2 Do. (Gladstone) -... o 3 j _Do. .(GsqrgetoTm&Launi)...' rft. 3 1 40 <10. 0 mfafflm*' ... -jrt |s n Branr^rbashctr-.:.- ..." ... 0" 0 9 PoIIartf, jxjr bushel 0 0 10 :€ate. per bushel... ... ... ..." 0 5 q Chaff, per ion 2 10 0 Hay. per ton ... 2 0 0 Batter <PtPirie factory) wholesale I 1J ----- (dairy) ;.r 0 010 Eggs, per dozen 0 10 Haas, pec lb. ; 0 0 9 farara perlb 0 0 0| tiarj. per lb, 0 0 9* Cheese, per lb. 0 0' fl Ocioss, per errt....... ... ... q 14 q Potatoes, per tea. U 0 0

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

©HEAP DRAPERY I ' ' CI OTHTNO I -t i -?•-> .n* 'S>-.*•• •. i" i4 ■: •' r^: i• t , r . • . • ■ »r-*: ^ J -n l . • :■ r; *■> v < « : ■ : r - . ... _.■■■■■. ■ : -Vt-. Jr - r \i f 1: T'-r-l: •» *> "*• *. : . \ .. • i • : :«:< v \ - . . , _ • • - . •••• , " - .• jOSS^. ' imgnHlT llili'lll illhl W n/swamm . wr^m," is * i SL~ oU i *r • - w w f* The CASH DRAPER. ■ - : NOW OFFERING - - l^ffi^iig@"®argaSsis5 , Goods Sacrificed. Must be sold./' :;r S{M^M&$ess °f Cost. Regardless of Cost. ^;. Stocktakiiig Sale. Real Bargains at Cottle's StdGlitaliiig''SaIev-'< Immense Sacrifices. Goods slaughtered, Almost ; h ; .■.■! ig-iving: MRS^ C* y U. B. SMITH : . !r.ri«i: illasireopenedher, ;5 -.Dining Booms in ilavid-strepfc And solicits a: conlinuanpe,«of patronage I ..FIRST CLASS .MEALS °" Hpnrs--l}rPaTifast;. 7. to 9; Dinner 12 to 2 ■ . : , J , oto 7. ■■ So. ' Cool Drinks of avery description. ;. x>eKryisysay.'' ESKBtL & MTE&SAli ...

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The new W.M.A. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

She aew jWJLA: s t y' i p{ ito^the ®dib5i£,j~ * Sie.—Beind a working*man, and'there fore anxious for the advancement of all ®iy -jiftgijests/ it was' indeed a nrticle/ioj laafc &jf,tfrday's iisue® of-the\®ccor//cr treiltiiftr fv/tlio "forrtiation a " Worlftnfn^ ^iij'onf prosperous port. " United Vo stand, divided we fall" is ever our By all means let our com |j)tta|ii>n %b tlie offset, (from its very .'Aat its perraanencyand s power for jgood may« be ensured. " Let as selfecf only * tliode - most qqatifiediforthevnsfqttsoffices.' committee *$>© st ronzest, available. lietr^fclreTe 'W no 1 snakes' in thes gi?sju Above all, let aur secretary ' tfeV'^nio tJ«i— .d^niably tiustwortby, ableand energetic. T(iere are some men who, intellectually, shocked with ^in^l^the^raif^ndeavar ? oy i neir zeal and. enepy to effect changes Ivn^l'io ptij^^m^niforafly.L rpenlar it'y/antl permanency in the world before them." ...This is the class of man we require for oursecretary,—we do not ...

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

Champion Blood Porifler fiotailjjr* an of oar readers 6nowson»» ihinir ©roeorso W. \tal>eryOf 627 Braike Sti, sorry Hill*. Sidney. H. S. W. j He gj*«a ns tManurtotai sod xsost rcnssrkafclo esperi Ss«: ^ Alter be-.ng a TicSim to typhoid, taaln acsJ tttetunaU® term In 1SSX ray system was left ta ft debilitated condition- Besides being very tvcoJ: I luisi mciieroBs abscesses on the lower part of my fcackand spine from vrWcft a great irasbcr cf pieces of bone vrcro Viken. As fast as an abscesa would appearand was lanct-d anoifter wonld form. 1 was treated at two Uiftereat ltospilaJs withontsoccess, th<J surseons tn attendance Informing me that I Trassoffct&sfroTabioetfpoisoning. X&eabs cesses continued to form and i was e«t«* without pala until six mcaUis ago I was Uidaccsi to try VHxcti I tad takes the first t&ttie I foend as Impnnemg&t and alter finisftSDg txvefcre foot ttfs X fiawfeel as WE as ererl did ta my life. 1lis old abscesses baTe...

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Football of the Past. THE HOMERIC AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

PoetkaH of ths Past. THE EOMERIC AGE. It was the writer's privilege (a. doubtful one the moderns will say) to play Kagby football in what may be termed the Homeric age of that great game, when ifc was conducted on the principle of the more the merrier, and fifty or J-ixrv not iiifreqaentFy were ranged .on si sidt*; when the now well ing!* lost art oE drop-kicking was the business or the "bjeks-v and the honor of the " forward," even after he had been collared or hacked over, was involved in stiekinking to tho^bail tiH his face was jammed in the rnind J-y flics weight of a score or so of per spiring mortals pi'ed on top of liiin I-would draw no invidious compari sons between those strenuous contests uf three or four score independent atoms and the reduced numbers and elaborate organisatfonS of to-dav. I only allude to the former because those who can recall them will, perhaps, be better able than their more sciedtiiicsuccessors to imagine what the spectacle was like when the champion...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 30 July 1898

, By cable fjroiaXontlon, underdate July 19, we learn that. the amateur and.professional one-mile. champion" ships of England, the blue riband events of tEngiish cyeling, were run at Ashton' Grounds," _.Birmingham, / on Saturday Fasfcj ahd resulted;iri E. W. Cliiun winning !the prof^ssibnal event, and JEdm.ohds'the amalear.mtle; . It was expected tbat the French crack sprinters how" facing with snccess in England," would have accounted for tlie iriucli-coveted professional cham piouship, but Chiun, last year's winner, again proved his superiority o ver aU! comers; arid the champion ship" again remains in England. Ed irionds, the amateur winner, is a •nb\V man; ndver having '-previously^ tigared iu the chamjpiouship lisb ; • A; startling anriburicenienfc has been"; made by the constitution committee of the league of Victorian wheelmen. Owing to the league devoting all its. energy'to the advancement "of the' racing cyclist, to the exclusion of the1 toil ring; section;" which has: rece...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Edwards Embezzlement Case. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

The Edwards Embezzlement ■ ■ ■ CJasfc Broken Hill, Tuesday Night. At the Circuit Court to-day His Honor Judge Gibson sentenced David Edwards, formerly of Port Pirie, to three years for the farceny of moneys belonging1 to the Broken Hill Pro" prietary Company.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Sodden Death of a Doctor. WILCANNIA, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Sodden Death of a Doctor. WII.CANNIA, Tuesday Night. Dr. Willis, ■who lately commenced practice at Tibooburra, was found dead in bis bed yesterday.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Assault and Robbery. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Assault and Robbery. Adelaide. Tuesday Niglit. Charles Edwards and George Ros siter, for assaulting and robbing Waiter Codling near the Central market a couple of weeks ago, were sentenced—Edwards to five years and Rossiter to four years.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Adelaide Criminal Sittings. KILLICOAT GETS THREE YEARS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Adelaide Criminal Sittings. KILLIG'OAT GETS THREE YEARS. Adeuide, Tue day Night. Isaac Killicosfr, who was well known in the city, and well connected, was Sentenced at the Criminal Sittings to-day to three years for the em bezzlement in November last of £*208 from the National B;»nk in Adelaide, of which institution he was the accountant. Killicoat was previously much re spected, and his lapse into crime has well nigh broken the hearts of his mother and sisters, whom he has supported for many years.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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THE AFFILIATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

The Affiliation Bill was read in the Assembly a first time to-day. Amongst its provisions is one which gives the victim of sedactioa th power to demand from the reputed father of her child not more than £10 for confinement expenses, and power to proceed for maintenance before or after the birth of the child. THE AFFILIATION BILL.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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THE PASTORAL BILL. PACIFIC ATTITUDE OF THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

THE PASTORAL BILL. PACIFIC ATTITUDE OF THE PREMIER. The Pastoral Bill was discussed afc greath longth in the Assembly to-day ^ The chief feature of the discussion was the pacific speech of the Premier (Kigbt Hon. C. C. Kingston), who expressed his willingness to introduce amendments to the measure now before the House so as to give effect to the recommendations contained in the report of tho Pastoral Commission.

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