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Suspected Coiners. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Suspected Coiners. P EKTH, Tuesday. I "William Cooper was committed for trial here to-day for having in his possession a set of coining implements.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Annual Horse Parade. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Aimmil Horse Paraoc. MEt&QCttsrs, Tocsaay Nigbt. I Yerypcor bujraess was done at the annual horse pstrcde here to-day. At the annaal sale of stallions at the City Horse Market there was a very fine display of draughts, but trotters and other classes were very poorly represented. It would have been a cmions and on. ex.impled spectacle if Atloway had passed the posts in the Ledger <>f 1^0, carrying two jjeckeys, Tom Cannon and Tommy Leates; and yet that was very nearly happening. After the. race. Cannon stated tlhat when St. Serf Wandered through being knocked about in a seriru tnage. Ltv.les was thrown right across his legs, and more than half on to Mr. Rou»d3worih a colfe AHnway. "1 was go ing to poll htm en to my horse, and had farmhold of him to do it, "Cannon said, "when 1 found that St. Serf was jammed tip against me* and I pat him back, not in the saddle, bat on the horse's withers. Ilosr ha got into his seat again I don't know, though |t looked odds on oa...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Marcus Clark Monument. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

The '\9Iai%os^';€fark':Vffldiia-' Melbourne, Tuesday Nigbfc. The ceremony of unveiling the monument erected by his Sonth Aus tralian friends to the memory of Marcus Clark, the gifted Australian author, was performed here to-day. T

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The Institute Building Committee. BUILDING HANDED OVER TO COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 August 1898

Tke Xsstitut© SiuISiag Sem aritfcee. ■■i* BUILDING HANDED OYER TO COUNCIL. A deputation from the Institute Building Committee waited oil 'the: Council at its meeting oil Monday evening. The deputation con sisted of-Messr&W. Goode, Mallyon, Mahsom^ Williams, and Presfc. ;; Mr. Goode said— Mr. Mayor and Gentlemen—We wxrifc upon you this evening as repres entatives of the Port Pirie Institute Building Committee. Some 18 years ago it was felt by many that better accommodation shonid be provided for the Institute than the wooden building thec in nse cn the site now occupied by the Fire Brigade Office. A public meeting -was cc»nvened, fands were solicited, and a committee known as the Institute Bnilding Com mittee was appointed to collect ad ditional subscriptions, and initiate and carry out the work of buildidg a new institute. The work was now completed. There was no liability on the building except the mortgage, and as the Council were both trustees and mortgagors the Building ...

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

Pest £i?ie i mosdat. August 1. Preser.fc—The Mayor {Mr. 6. F. Claridge), Councillors Walsh, McDon ald, Wilcher, Lewis, Coles. Conley, Kerrison, Bunney, Town Clerk (Mr. W. G. Wilson), Surveyor Hughes, and Inspector Hawke. ^ " The Mayor reported having re ceived anintimationihat boring oper ati»n8 were to be discontinued. They had now ceased. The Govern ment believed there was nothing to warrant further boring. -He had learned from the Premier of- the motion rg the Bundaleer scheme having passed the Legislative Council, and that the Baroota Creek water was to be laid into Port Pirie. This as to be pot in hand at once. On learning that it was only intended to provide a room for 100 at West school he had communicated with the membere that provision should l>e made for 200 at least. The dredger had began operations. He was ad vised that it would be well to com municate with the B.H.P. Coy. in case the Council wanted to be in formed as to lighting the town with electric light. CORRESPO...

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

. Sistsiet (Icraaeii i#l £kif« Meeting held Saturday, July 30. , Pr«sent~The Chairman (Mr. E. Hi Eagle), Cra. Forrestel, Fidge, McEwin, Hewitt, and: "Kuril,5 and the 'Clerk (Mr.' E. E. Davis.) r :The} £ierk-reported having written toi the members of the district (Messrs. Catt acdHoberta) re obtaining sum for construction of crossing at 'the 4-mile; The ' members .eplied thnt they, would Tbe Chairman acknowledged the assis tance of Cr. McDonald daring his receat visifc to Adelaide in behalf of the Council. COBRE3BOKBENCE. From the Crown Lands Office, notify ing that.the sum of <£150 had been award edCounci! as a special grant, to ba ex pended on new work. From W." Giles, Napperby, • asking Council's permission to divert? water over metal'; between Napperby Chapel and Ferry's corner, and andertaking to make good any: damage which might accrue. , Cr.* Forrestel moved that permission be granted. Cr. McEwin seconded. Carried. From .the Secretary Children's Hospi tal, Adelaide,...

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

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1898. LECTURE ON DAIRYING.—Mr. R.   Ferry, secretary to the local branch of   the Agricultural Bureau, informs us that he has arranged with Mr. Thomson, the Government Dairy expert, to give a   lecture in Port Pirie. on Monday next,   August 8.   The will of the late Mr. David Bower has been lodged for probate. The estate has been sworn not to exceed £130,000. At. Broken Hillon Monday Louisa       Pittman was sentenced to four years'   imprisonment for wounding Albert Cooper in a brothel with intent to kill. SYPING OUT NEW COUNTRY.—Mr. James Cryer and Mr. Donald Murray, of this port, left yesterday for Adelaide, en route for Toowoomba, Queensland, where they intend having a look at the country with a view to selection.         DURING the last fortnight the Victorian Agricultural department shippe...

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

THANKS.   MR. and MRS. C. FORT tender their heartfelt THANKS to their friends for their many kind- nesses and manifestations of sym- pathy during the illness and after the death of their beloved daughter ETHEL. Especial thanks are given to the Port Pirie Football Associa- tion.                   BIRTH. KNIGHT.—On 29th July, at Nor- wood, the wife of W. Knight of a daughter. Both doing well.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

Do you want Consumption?, • We are sure-you do not. Nobody wants : it. But it comes to many thousands every ■■ year. 'It come3 to those . who have had i conghs and colds until the throat is raw, and rthe lining membrane of the lungs is in : flamed. Stop your cough when it first ap pears, and you remove the great danger of! future trouble. - AYER'S OhasTV Pectoral stops coughs of;all Mnds. It does so because : it is a soothing and healing remedy of great : power. This makes it the greatest preven ; tive to consumption. It is not a question of many bottles and large doses. A few drops will often make a complete cure. Don't neg : lect your cough: > yon cannot afford to run the risk. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will soothe your raw throat and quiet your inflamed langs. Beware of cheap imitations. See that the name Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, is blewn in tbo glass of each Lottie. Put^up in latge and amaU bottles. o o 08 0) 0$ a. PARKER & CO., Fashionable Tailors and SMrt lannfactnrers,...

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IN THE MATTER OF— [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

IK THE SCATTER OF —— r " Io the mafcter'of ' and r practitioners," is a line in the cause list of the Banco Court to which the legal and mercantile professors are directing special attention just now. The case was mentioned in the Supreme Court ou Tuesday, and the healing adjourned. It i3 pretty well known what the case is. Acting upon the representations of the Chamber of Commerce the Law Society have undertaken to bring before the Court a firm of solicitors in reference to a bill of costs. When the Hon. J. 11. Gordon, who appears for the defendants, applied for an unopposed adjournment the Chief Justice said he had not seen the affidavit, and therefore had a perfectly open mind.' Thereupon Mr. Justice Bouciut remarked—" I have read the affidavit aud discussed with the Master of the Court the principles of taxatiou. I do not see anything to answr. As to the letter which they wrote, when a high functionary has taken the "responsibility of that letter and apologised, the Law Society ...

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Port Pirie Defence Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

rest Befeacs BiSq Club. The • of the above WiW held vft {lie club's range o:« Wednesday last, And in spiteof the dull Itghi some good shooting w.is done, Greg Williams in particular doing sonje very line work with the old Martini rifle. Aa will tie seen by the scores, mcst of the prizes were carried off by the scratch uien in spit© ot the b:g handicaps. Tht re were about 30 members on the ground and a mmiber o£ visitors, and a very . pleasnnfe day was- spent in a useful manner by b«tb shooSers and visitors. The prizes were -presented by the -business ptople of Port pine, trho have «t nil times supported the club in thi3 tray. Scores:— 200, 500, and 600 yards, . Seven shnfs at cach, Ivor sightew, S.A.N.R.A. roles. 200 500 600 hep t'tS Ck Williams 31 Si 30 scr 95 M. Murphy ... 27 SI 28 scr 80 S. WelvUr ... 28 30 20 scr 87 f«. Ostnway ... £S 27 29 scr Si W. Orah-sm ... 2G 20 24 5 S4 J*. Hewelt 23 26 23 scr 82 W.J.IVny — so 28 21 scr S3 S. Little 23 32 23 scr SO W. Knhlbiittm... 2$ 19 2...

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Supreme Court—Civil Sittingr. (Adelaide, Tuesday, August 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

StigiemQ Coast—Giyil Sittisff (Adelaide, Tuesday, August 2.) Boforo HisHoimr tho Chwf Justice, and His Honor Mr. Justice Bsucaut, In the matter of the eitato and trusts of the will of James Greig, deceased, and in the matter of "The Administration and Prolate Act 1891,*' and Order 73 of the Rales of the Court 1893. This was a petition by the Hon. J. H. Howe, of East Adelaide, and Mr. William Wood, of Port Pine, storekeeper, execu tors aud trustees of the will of James Greig, deceased, dated February 15, 1877, for the advice vid direction of the Court and the determination of the ques tion:—" What interest, (if any) does the testator's widow, Piuu'ou Greig, take under ber husbaud's will, the testator's yonegpst child now having attained the ago of twenty-one years." Petitioners a?so asked for an order that the costs of and incidental to the application might be properly'pruvidtd for. Mr. E.; B. Gruudy, with Mr. F. G. Scaunnel, appeared for the applicant trustees j arid Mr. E. EI. Li'...

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An Old Mail's infirmary. PERTH, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

M Old Mail's infirmary. Perth, Friday Nighfc. r Evidence of a deplorable iiatu re con tinues to be given at tbe inquiry into the management of the Old Men's Infirmary at Monnt Eliza. To-day it was stated that the beds were left in a filthy condition, and the t the clothes supplied were often covered with vermin.

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Ships of the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

x; SMps of tha BMs. Mr. Clark Russell, the novelist of the sea, asserts in the " Pali Mall Magazine" for July, in an article on the elevation of the ship, that the Great Eastern was 7,009 tons larger than Noak's Ark. That would make the Ark out to have been 15,000 tons gross, or 3,000 tons larger than the largest Atlantic steamer of to-day. Thus writes Mr. Russell:— " Noah, when he laid his keel, de signed with strict reference: to the animals and to the living sheets of water that were to descend from the heavei.s. He would have need to baild'with great caution, nevertheless, for unless the animals were stalled a ! sudden panic amongst them would occasion a dangerous ' list.' Noah seems to have provided against this by building his extraordinary stables on a gigantic spoon-shaped hull. He required neither sail or helm." Mr. Russell does not favour Sir Thom :s Browne's theory that during the Flood the Ark may have cir cumnavigated the globe. It could not. have been done in : the tim...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

hsws. p*>ri Pirie.—Latitn<lsr, 33 deg. 11 rain S.; I.oa^Uude, i3S<le«j. 1 min. JE. -r-;'- aijkivals. August 3—A ;£•-*, steamer (Howard Smith line), toas, J. Bedford, master, frct'i NewciuUi', via Wallaroo. Cargo —i^Oj tons coal, Howard Smith k &JQ8. •>—Brittaania. kctcb, 25 tons, Uurp.'vn-:;, waiter, from Tickera. Auytut :J—3Ii'-ry Jauo, lietcb. 9 toas, IstsjM-n, master,- from Fort lirou^hton. Catgo—Flax. August 5—ilrotight.mT kvtcb, 40 toes, Hodgeman, master, fntia Tiekura. Car^o—Fhix.

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Fatal Accident at Broken Hill. BROKEN HILL, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

Fatal Accident at Broken liiil. Bhoken IIii.L, Friday Night. A fata! accident occurred at the Proprietary Company's Mine here to . day. Edward Sheinuung ana Willinm QuitUam were engaged in sloping in Block 12, when a fall of ore occurred owing to the timbers and nmlloch in the old stopes giving way. Shemming was completely buried, aud was killed. Quilliam was buried tip to his head, but was rescued with out being seriously hurt.

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

[By "IXO."] : There is as jet no s-ign of the wind shilling from ; the N.W., a quarter looked upon by fanciers of the homing pigeon with anything but pleasant recollections. The wind in this quarter has • been the means of losing some sterling birds, and should; it continue in this" direction over Saturday I am . afraid the N.W. Club will have; a hard race from Brinkworth. The distance is only 44 miles, bu t quite far enough in a strong head wind and rain, accompanied by mists that totally obscure most of the familiar laud marks, making arien tation almost impossible. I am in receipt of a now hom ng paper from England, called tlie Racing Pigeon, It is full of racy and pleasant reading, and should bo found regularly in every fanciei.-'s home or loft. The race from Rose worthy in con nection with the Port Pirie Club was won by Mr. McDonald's bird, Tom Brown securing second place. Third prize may have been won by ilie Governor for anything I know. Will the secretary please send along r...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

DEPARTURES. August 3—Wiilyama. steamer, 1,713 tons, feter Barry, master. for Port Augusta, to k-ad sulpbide=s. August o—Investigator, steamer, 3-f5 tons, C. Anderson. master, for Port Ade laide. Cargo—10 tons lead, 3 tons sundries'. * -August 3—Napperby, fcetcb, for Tickcra. ArigKst3~Yeung Galatea, ketch, for Port Broughton. August 3—Tarn O'Sbanter. keieb. for Port Uroughton. Angust:*—Auniu Crown, bru-aatine. August S—Captflta, ketch,for Port Lincoln. Augu-.t i—Nov.- Arrival, ketch, forTickera. August 4—rhcetie. ketch, for Port i ilroughton. August 5—Eobert Burns- ketch, for Tickera. August 5—Age, steamer, for Eastern colonies.-via Port Adelaide. Cargo— «K*> tons concentrates (George Wilts &. Co.), 01 cases biscuit tins (J_, Dar ling & Sons), 125 tons zinc concen trates, and UOS tons leady concentrates (\V. li. Care '& Co.) August 5—Abcona. bq.5 919 tons, Croal. master, for Newcastle, N.S.W. In ballast.

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The Outer Harbour. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

The ©titer Harbour. Adelaide, Friday Night. Lord Kiliaorey has exhibited the plans of the proposed Outer Harbour which it is proposed to construct at Largs to the leading merchants and shippers here. He stated that a lead ing featute of the work will be a graving- dock equal to any structure of a similar kind in the world.

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A Golden Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

We clip the Wowing from a city paper:— .*• Ma«Donald—Brown, ■—On the 1st August, 1818, 50 years agOj afc Trinity Church, North Terrace, 'Adelaide,' South Australia, by the Rev. Dean James Farroll, John Robert- MacDonatd, of Pei th, Scotland shipwright, born at A\r 19lh May, 1825,-who in 184:3:left-London Dock Jetty in the ship Pacific (Captain Robert Gardiner, lato of Mount Sfhanek Station, S.A.). for Tasmania; in 1S4:S left Hobart. in t he brig Scout (Captain Condel) for Port Adelaido, to Prudence Sophia Brown, born loth July,. IS29, at NaiJsua, in Somersetshire, tailed from Piynnnth i-i 1S4S in iha barqio Svbelia (Captain Coleman) io Port- Adelaide. Issno, nine sons andJ.hre3 daughters, born at Port Adelaide. [Councillor W. B. McDonald, of Port- I'irio.is one of the sons. a-**-] A sfitl caso or sud Jezt blind i:ess lias occurred at Tambe.-umb>f Victoria. A man named Charles Davey, who had snffero l from typhoid fever in; the Melbourne Hospital, upo i gittln r better proceeded t...

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