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Port Germein. (From our own Correspondent.) July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

'!T'CFcoia iioi owji'^frrfesBOBcIent.) / * i , - i, :r - . jillv o«. ^ Military sports in connection with the Po^Germem division of Mounted Rifles w®ie|held ojrifcherac^course^about amile out of the Port, on Wednesday. The but w&& generally* fifie. V* A? fairty^gobd muster of residents and visitors attended the gathering. The different events were well contested, hut long intervals bet ween each- item made the.. day's spore ; rather] alovyy and some of the events, including the! " Lloyd Lindsay" Race had to be passed oyer lor want of times A: scratch -all-comera' inirdl3 rac8 «-as ramdarlng an int®val'offtl^pc!rt% | ^ MuHighan's Sensation fell at ;the lasfc-juinp, ana ' the t either serious internalmjdniss/^^R^ainl? a^ttenSin£ him. learn „ »?§■;• r^yjBring veiyj rapidly of| tfce,day,'iiprbj^mtrfe :4^yjge4 Captain* .R^e^wd^Ser^n^S^^r^V^l^se^j; Sferfti^,*:Lieutenanfc/fiTimphries ; Major assisted.' *! Best Vtfrii6ufc' in drill order - ;0l6avi trig' Gill, * 1 ( Private G...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

■ AsSwYklEL of Port Pirie ai^suiroufaEui^ Wistticfc tfiat sbe • is prepared io execnt®' Orders for Tiadies and! Children?s Costumes in the. iLatest; Styles. Peffect^i-guaranteed..■, Costumes from ; 10s.,.,6d._j 'Jleiins' ;C?>sli.v. .Florence-street vj- Knesbfc Pine. I1; P^vdhtiqrij of ■ "Typhoid. : #!!■ ~vA r •FELbV^JPIIiTERi.^Hy^reMtti . mended atidusSd1 by- :the-Health -Officer , .(Dr; Stewart),'trill filter' 25 gal Ions of "pure Fate* petflidur.,.* iTo be* seen . ih operation; „pbtainedi jat',.the4 establishment of ,' 'iJ.'O. IiEWi^j' solo? agent for, 'Port Eirie. : ><k sllii i CRffSPINVILLE. (Pai-k-Land ^ Frontage.--'Easy Terms.} .Apply to '< -- < S* CRISPIN, ' - Hnndred of-Pirie. '

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Crystal Brook (From our own Correspondent.) August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

(fYom okroxvn-(CorrespondentJ " T * -1 ; !Adensf. 2. ■ a meeting of th<£j Institute Cofiamit-tce" was" Held," the President, Mr. T. A. Hicks, p^sidiugv : XfTwais resetted to hava rf concert^on ShowJmgP,^and a1^ommtS^coasist3 ing of Messn?. Hick§, DriscoII, D. Fortran, •BIakc,"J 'ind' Sadler 'were ■ elected to' give effect to' the resoln iion. The'snm of'£20 'was voted for the pnrchase of books. , Messrs. fiicks,. Driscoll,'Stfllivah/Scott,* and the Rev. Gv Hall were "elected as book com mittee for the yeaiv ' It Was resolved to send £1 Is. to the fand for erecting a statue 'to fcliej ilate Sir Thomas ' Eld^~"Tfi^~~fin^5emT^~ statement 5B<swedj tfie'Fafcds a healthy ^0ifdiii&n^tbei4 beihg a credit balance of over £15 withoat the grant-in-aid, t which; is over £21 v.;> ■ ■ ^. <-.?«-•->--h-i • The last few days have been damp and seasonable, although judged by < :tbe 'gtiuge very little rain has fallen in. this immediate &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Ship JRIVER FAXLOCH, - from Bremeveuhar.<? t CAPTAIN WILSON will not be responsible for any debts con tracted by his Grew without bis written authority. FRANCIS H. SNOW, Agent. F HER. . G-^R H-* , HAS much pleasure in informing his many friends and the'puiilic generally that be has commenced business as ; '-li, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AGENT. : ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-BUYER,ULAND AGENT, MONEYS: LENDER, &c., &c., ' Rents and Debts Collected". ^Estate's Liquidated or purchased for Cash Auction Sales conducted any where In the Colony. . i Having a large amount of Capital at Command I "am prepared to make CASH ADVANCES on Bills of Sale, Freehold or Leasehold Properties Furniture, &c. CUA3IUEU OP COSiaEKCE CHARGES. A Call Invited. FRED GREY, Port Pirie.' : Bills Discounted daily. > "football; RECREATION ~ QKOUH&. SATURD/\Y, August 6 PROPRIETARY V. '^■:^fOnpers: UMPIRE. -G. F. DONNITHORNE. ASMJSSJOSf 6a. i ASSIGNED ESTATE, J. LANGS FOIID. _ .. NOTICE ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

MISCELLANEOUS. I The s.s. CJoneurry. of the Adelaide. Steamship Company's line is a now sUjamer to the Port Piric trade. jSho ajrivrd fin Jloaday.wiih 2C0 tons ef coal on ti^srd. IV.pt. Strsm reports having had ii ecara? yas?a™o f<>r the .greater part »»? the way. She left Newcastle oa Jaly 2itb, una hat! a ni&dorate souio-west gale jo t-ydaey Iffads, ncd light: wind thence till Gtvcn^ Cape tras abeam. Then the bfwse Ircvwaed to strong west to nor* ■west jnnds, which prevailed till Wilsoa's PiTtBif-ntf'Ty wets jxts=e?l on th« 2otb. The &wxf c£ the gale iccretsrd as Cape Gfcway tt;\3 aceam on the 2^5lu Thea nvsvy higb s«a was met. aal tasted tfU Cape Kortferanfeeriand was tcached at G.lD ajn. on tlie 2IU&. Then the weather became more moderate. and wrhea she was off Bfargaret KoReef tfco tried. fell away to lijht and Tadal-'tt. Subscqneatly "she had fr^sb wsF ,^?>s iviih heavy ram i spsH; t<» arrival at Port Adelaide. whew* sliftdJs...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, August 3, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Commercial Report Recorder Office,. August 3, .1838. i Wbeafc (Pt. Pirie)per bus&el ... 0 /3 ."4 ! Do? (Crystal Brook)'; 'ii: •?... 03 r 2 :■ Do. (Gladstone)' ;;•• (>^3 '1 FlourCCountry)1 ...1010 WQ Do. fRbUerY ... ... ... •..." 10.15, .0 Bratf,^r bushel.".1. *'... ..." 0 '0: *9 ■Pollara, per bnsbel' •... ■ * ...■ 0 '0 101 Qats,perbi}shel... 0. 3 0 Chaf£,per,ton: ...; ...* 2.10.,,Q ' Hay, per ton • ... ... 2 0 >0 - Butter (Pt Fine factory) wholesale 1 ' (dairy) !i...' 0 '0'lQ Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... Q> 1 .-0 Ham, per lb. ;... ... ,i... ,0-;0, 9 Bacon perlb. ... ... 0- 0 , LarcK'perlb, '..|s 0' '0 9| 'CbeiBrti-^Ibi .w 1 ;U!:'0n 0,':s8j Onions, fcer cwt.... v 0:,'14 0 Potatoes, per ton., ... ,.....,11^0: 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

/'lYoa might make a single meal of rich pies and cakes, and soft mind It But you could not live on these all the time without ruining yoflar digestion. Yet^ week after week and month after 'month/xmyuJow your brain and neryes.to bo.. fed wiShinSp^bldod.! | V | ') The Igeneral ^' debility, thin -blood,^ pala-' • <6heeks, nervousness, loss .of- appetite .and *. depression of spirits, are^lo®! *rarmagsfr%m $ .nature. Your nervous system is weakening. i f Before the roin conies take ■q > It removes iha poisons fftm'l&0bldod/ah& -; thus removs&ihe causo of all 'your troubb. Itsidatho digestion,streng&ecslh&iiej'ves > and supplies &e l^/ with ricb, red blood For ccnsttpaSon tako ater's Pit.ls. TJ'cy SrompUy and snrsly care. -TPakc them With Aycrs fcisasarffla: onoaMslho o^er> . •'V v and, publish^* by' fiju&tsis Metrics and'AiartTBiP -ISir^ARto - Sotixh ac their Office Alexaqder-'atreet, Port Pirje. ■ " »i

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A Doubting Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

' A Seating Lady ; ^The^fair1 v,sexa are -^proverbiaUy cautions,-andi -when they ^have their' doubts about anything tliey fre quently ?■'hesUate»;?beforei; .taking "a decisive "step:-;-The old: !pii>verB tells us! that thoW. \vbd ^hesitate- areflostj! aud in ^ manyk cases > tofprty#nn^ deniably; true<^ »Mra;;Knibb/df-Earlei-; street, Toowong, ^Queensland,- after; suffcririg >;■ for :lwelvc~:*-yearsr .from' agonizing •*«rh'enniatism,^wasiitold toi try Dr.* Williams'Pink Pijhrfor Pale Peopld'■} -Shei- had;her'doubtst;obout (hem, so she told a reporter recen tly,' but' she - did molrhesitaite to! try them, TBu& she Tvas !saved.i:iFor the-'benefit' of* othetsi who; sufferfMtintold -'niiseryl every winter, we give? her storyi.just as ' she1 trild jit to a presscrepreserita4 tive.' r ; <'■* ;*sr i -''^Twelve - jyears B ago t'had/k; bad; accident^; she^ said;'? 'VMy thigh ibone wits > -brdKen^ and: « since ,>tbafc ctftnei I< have suff...

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The Kitchen Garden. (From the Garden and Field.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

i ■ . ,•.■ • "- - From t^e Qardm aitdW{eId.\ :MkolEbed^kdlblcU# I ceirc their dresping of salt at once Use a good handful to a square yard. Also apply a good sprinkling of wood ashes or l.oz. of sulphate of potash to the square yard, together with say a hand ful or | a lb. of superphosphate to each J square yard, and lightly fork the sur face. When theshools begin to grow take I 02. of 6tiiphaie ammonia for each 8qnar(B.pp|and dissolve it in I igaHon^ipfi^^gply With -a ••water pg csgfrenly. ^^or a bed of 18 ft. $|ag antF S fc-^idef^. require • 6 02. of ppphal^of; ramonj££i This quantity be exce^lff but applications canbegitext at ig®pls of three' weeks lor a beds clean from weeds- " I Beans.-—A late sowing of broad beans sh<uld be sown early in the I mouthonthe plains, and in the hills tb^maylBo'sown on,t©' tbe'^end cX^the ptoftb. •;§! : - ..z.-.J | I?warf|JFrench Beans.—-jAn early sowing may- be made in wai m soil, and in early localities, at once, to bo fol lowed by suc...

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Football. FLINDERS V. SOLOMONTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

FcettaH. FBv " The Punter."! FLISDEK3 V. S0L03I0NT0WX. Terns — Solomontown-— Keoagh Clark, Coles, Hick^jMeally,^wRow, Harvey, Smith, Halliday, Stewart Walsh, OJIver; 3ocd, Blensfprth Pmleoi, Medlin, Sampson, Peters Smyth, MeKae. Fimders—Hoskcn Barry, Conway, Pavlich, Hepwortb, Manifold, Mitchell, Urosby, Hickey, Cautty, Wilson, OToole, Smitn, Woods, Lanrence^feWfllhiBs, Ferine, McUonald, Goss, Forcl. The match between the above teams, which took place on the Kecreation Ground last Saturday, "attracted a splendid attendance,and the game was Well worthy of it, being probably ths* best that has been Witnessedm Port Piiie, notwithstanding the fact that the Flinders had an advantage of 29 points afc half-time. Theie was a little |a:nr early on the morning of tie match, bat not enough* to inter fere vrith the ground, hnt the wind at times blew strongly through the western goal. There had been a con siderable amount of talk aboat the fixture daring the week, the Flinders finding most suppo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

CHEAP DRAPERY= s =CLOTHING! COTTLE -m- The CASH DRAPER. - : NOW OFFERING - - Immense Bargains, Goods Sacrificed. Must be sold. :.TZ 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. MRS. C* H, SMITH Has reopened her Dining Boomsjin David-street • 3 And solicits a: continuance 'of;' pafcrcm&ge. ' EIEST CLiSS MEALS; r Honrs—Breakfast, '.ftto9 ; Dinner, 12J:q2;; | - ■*' Teaj5to 7. • j.9o Cool Drinks of avery description ' . ESEELL & MTEBSAlk LEGALLY QUALIFIED DEKT A L: &XT R(5 E 0 N S Wiil visit Port Pine, and can be con sulted at the, CENTRAL HOTEL, on WEBNESD-AY, AiigustlQ, from 9 a.m. CRYSTAL BROOK, TUESDAY, August 9, from-9a.m. ; > ; • GLADSTONE, MONDAY, August.8! from 3p.m, . ; ; , s LAURA. THURSDAY, August 11, from.10 a.m. CONSULTATION FREE. Laughing Gas administered; Extractions ...

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Farm and Garden. NOTES FOR AUGUST. (From the Garden and Field.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Farm aad &ardea. KOTES FOR AUGUST. ✓ From Mifi Garden and FieldS) ' The weather daring Jply has bep favorable over most of the colony, bat the Murray Flats. and other dry wheat-growing areas need iain in' liberal downpour. . Lccerxe.-—Prepare land for^Iucerno ftp be sown in drills about; 20th Sep-r teniber, or when the apple-trees bloom. The soil cannot be made too 'fine to' any/depth.~1 qnite level, and like: an onioii ;bed. If poor, some manure - should be - apr plied. About 201bs of seed per acre will be: required if sown broadcast, or 14 lbs. to 16 lbs. if it is;drilled. Roll the • land. directly, after "sowing, and when the plants arei^up: harrow* with the teeth turnedbackward. • ' Mdstard.—■ White mustard grows very rapidly, ancHis go&iTeed for all ,ltock. Under, favorable ^conditions it? requires only ten weeks from sete&: to seed." In some. pl^ee^^sawn, porw it, can be fed the Iana| gE|o^||^|au3f sown again'with sorg^niM t»f -f October. Sow '=:brbadca...

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Red v. White Wheats. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

BsSfv., S Its a fact, which .|jHi be proveriito^ Jigtf tisii marfeeR^ggrts, that Minitotii ffotir realizes from ^IlSs. to £2-pet; ton higher prices than can be obtained lor £®uiE^iK the redflinty_3vhea.ts of^Jpaimda^aiid-;the United States would be despised and altogether rejected by faraiersj wheat buyers, and millers in South Australia. lted-Fife,Mount'sLambrigg, Dulutb, Manitoba, and other flinty wheats,have been introduced here,,have been„tried, and - condemneSbut strongly mst-resistant, 'ati^ yield a strong flour fimtji' a bigl| percentageof soff wheats thafcare irf high||Sftmr focall;g| are very deficient in glutep^nd brings lower prices in the. Britfaj^fiiai^g^ Mr. Tarrar, of ' Lambrifg^lsmf New SouthvtWales, has developed a variety of Bldunt's Lambrigg which is a fortnight earlier than the original ;vjmety, aftd thus.one.,objection to its iH£^hvati|p'1ias been removed. J!b<?re "Is in th^Iifeeum ofjjjhe AgridiUufgl I '"•Bureaiila lo^l of^blfe&d made frony^e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

A Great Sufferer from General Debility and Weakness Says -* DR. AVER'S Is SAVED HER LIFE, VTo give below a testimonial from Mrs. - M. Cmcfcnell o! Hilton, So. Australia, who also sends ns her portrait: : " Some two years ago I was snfferlnglrotn ;■ central tScMHty. weakness, etc., and rats so illUiat I Uiougct 1 never wo aid fceweH again. I luul the ndvjco o{two medicalmsaand took - ranch medicine, btrt I derived so good what- , ever My fcusbaiyi was Wiling a friend how very IU 1 tras and tHia friend sold hint to get, fOTma *f""~'"'* ~ He did so and r took thwe tattles. I Ielt h " gnat deal tetter. I continued taking is and - faall J took ct^tt bottles andl'rcasaftlsttt5 resume my household dirties as wsaasl ever con«scn<l it to anyonowho Is suffering as I.* did and If they wilfonly persevere initsose I Ici'i positive is will care ifaejn." _ „ For cnststitiSioB tator Dr. AjjePaJfiRs. ^Tlr&y • tsrwar-tls' relievo a&d sarely care. TaSu thsci . wiUi Br. Ayert...

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

STetesi The Nor'-Western Junior Homing Club flew their Brinkworth race on Saturday last (their short champion) in which about 50 birds competed.; The Stationmhstferrep6rfe"d * birdtf released at 2.15 p.m., weather rough, sgualljvi head wind. ()n6^bird? Stt-ived at Koolunga with if? lr^j broken, and severals otlrtrs airfy^^iome knocked about, a few birds arriving home on Sunday morning. The results were as followsJ. Brown's; r.c.'u. tA|roy raatic l. Avith a- Velocity of-* 672 yards" per minute; W. Legg's r.c.c, Dyna mite 2, with 670 yards per minnte : G. Moore's r.c.c. All Fours with 6oi yards per minnte. 3. The Port Ptrie Club flewtheirfirst Old Bird's -race from Rosqwortby oii Saturday, in which Mr. L. McDonald secured first place. T. Brown second, and E. Brown third. The Nor'-WestPiii Society "Start their first old- birds' • raccifront Brinkworth-on Satu^day^next. when I think the following owners may come to the forellounsell &' King 1, It. It. Shaw 2, with Mortimore or W...

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SATURDAY, JULY 30. (Before J.P. Stow, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Saturdat. jolt so fBefcro^RSto^ S^£ ) Emit Tl errea and Charl^Brixmani werecharged with drank^naesF,Fined 5s. each.

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Police Court. TUESDAY JULY 29. Before Mr. J. p. Stow, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Tuesday .july 29. v : BefereMr. 32 p. bfow, v '; v Daniel Kenneally ^ -.was- charged with working a bore© whilst' it wa suffering from a sore shoulder. De fendant, through his attorney Mr. Scott, p!eaded gmHy, and was fined lOs. and costs 10s. ~ For a similar offence, ^Thomas Easlea had to pay 20s. - ' • Informations against Senry Ford and Jacob Fohojc, for similar offences, were withdrawn.

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The Breughton Waters. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

EEs Bmgtai Wata. • The following memorial for presen tation to the Commissioner of Crown Lands is being signed by residents in Wandearab.— . " Sir—We the undersigned selectors leaseholders and- others in - the Haodred of Pirie have the honor to respectfully faring ander yonr notice the in justice and disabilities - inflicted upon us, iesalting in the deprecation of oar holdings, and the, discounting of:' our : opportunitics,. through the floodwafcers of the River Broughton being diverted on the south side of its channel. We pray that you will give the statementsand requests made hereunder, due and careful ° consider ation, when we are assured you- will promptly remedy the evil complained of. '• ; " Firstly. When the land, was origin ally selected, and £01 Some years after,j the floodwatere of the Broughton invariably spread over our; holdings, fertilized the soil anddeposited water in the substratum whichgaveus an abundant supply for our stock; during the summer season, and for some...

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MONDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Mosdat. Acgust 1. Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M. and W. Goode, and Ifoad Grey, J's.P. Robert Smith, charged ■with being drank; He pleaded gnilfy and was fined 3s. -. ' " Charles Sotevtan was charged with using indecent langnage. He pleaded gnilfcy and was fined £2 ; in default. 14 days* imprisonment. ■i ffn i a Sir. Hawker, the Adelaide pigeon shot, still continues his victorious career, and on Saturday last "won another decent stake. . „ - Creroorae, T?ho will be ten. years old next month, is being prepared by AUsop, his old t raiser, for bis spring engagements. v ' It is stated that Le Yar is unlikely to visit Mel booms for the Cap. - Splendor's stock bars won 264 rases valeed at £3is 788, ' ''

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Treatment of Use Aged and Infirm in W.A. PARALYTICS FLOGGED. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Treatment of Use Aged and Infirm in W l. PARALYTICS FLOGGED. Pertii, Tuesday. Disgraceful disclosures hare teen made during the enquiry which has been proceeding into the treatment of inmates at the Mount Eliza Infirmary. The evidence showed that there has been a general want of attention shown to the helpless inmates. Tes timony was adduced showing that: helpless paralytics had been most inhumanly flogged. Tie publication of details has caused intense indignation.

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