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

VESSELS TO AliRtVE. Africander, steamer, 2753 tons. Keen master, from South Africa via porta. To sail. Amulree, barque, 1,325> tons, Steele, master, from (Rotterdam. Sailed May 28, 70 days out.,, FuIv.ikhI. ship, 1,986 tons, Lowis master, from Hair.bivi;. Sailed June 17; 50 days out. Gratia. Norwegian barque, 1-175 tons. Stray, master, from Barry; To sail. Inveresk, barque, 1297 tons, Langford, roaster, from Antwerp. Sailed, Sluy 11, S7 days out. John Ena, l-masted barque, 2714 tons, 3Iad«en, master, from Puget Sound. To tail. Kaffir, steamer, 2736 tons, from South Africa; To sail. Lueretia, schooner, 66 tons. Valientine. mrator, from Sydney via Melbourne; Killed July IS ; 19 days out, Mary Augusta, ship, 1.335 ton3, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. Nymph©. German ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, master, from Hamburg; sailed July 15; 22 days out, Prineo Eobcrt, 4-masted barque, 265-1 tons, Hansen, master, from Puget Sound. Sailed May 17, 81 days out. Transvaal, steamer, 2246 tons...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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S. A. Jockey Club. REDUCTION OF STAKES. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

8. A. Jockey Club. REDUCTION OF STAKES. Adelaide, Friday Night. At the meeting.-of the South Aus tralian Jockey Club to day the pro posal to {reduce the amount of stakes to be given by the Club was warmly discussed. The Chairman (Sir K. C. Baker) said possibly the reduction would not apply to future meetings.

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VESSELS ON PASSAGE FROM PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

YE 3?ELS ON PASSAGE PEOM PORT PIRIE. Main Bhan, but-quo, 1,315 tons, Wil liams, master, for Mumbles Roads; sailed March 8; lol days out.1 Tythonus, Norwegian barque, 1,110 tons. Bryaildson, master, for ; Carthagena s. , sailed March 20 ; 133 days out. Yarfcand, ship, 1.273 tons. Lundon, ; master, for United Kingdom or channel ; sailed April 15; 113 days out. Atniral Troude, French barque. 1.-117 tons, Maeo. master, for Swansea; sailed Slay 7; 01 days out. Marion BalJantyne. ship, 1.567 tons, Higgins, master, for Antwerp; sailed May 12; 80 days out. Marpesia. ship. 1,333 tons. S. Woxholt master. tor St. Nazairo; sailed June 17, 6 ) days out. Lodorp, barque, 1363 tons, MeMurty. master, for Swansea, sailed July 9; 28 days out. . Inverlochy, barque, 1.339 tons, R. J. Uilno, master, for Newcastle, N.S.H., sailed .July 28, U days out. Abeona, barqno, 919 toas. CJroal. master, for Newcastle, N.S.VT. Sailed August 5fcb, 1 day oat.

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TELEGRAMS. [By Telegraph.] wife-stabbing Case. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

TELEGRAMS. [By Telegraph.} Wife-staton« Case. AoEfafDE, Friday Sight. lu tho Criminal Court to-day Tfaonm Gorman was sentenced to eighteen months* impraomnant for un lawfully wounding' Sib wife, whom he stalib.-d while under the influence of 'drink.. '

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

[By viatob.] In spite of the dead set which was made in some quarters against the starting gate (writes "Old Guv'nor", I have reason to believe it wi'lbe seen in opera tion again pretty frequently before the close of the season in England. -It ought to have a fair chance, if only for doing away with the frequent false starts, for nothing tends mora to damage the temper of young horses. Speaking iif fr.lse starts, one of the worst cases within my memory was in Macaroni's Derby, when, there were no lcs3.than 30 attemps before the flat; fell. I don't remember seeing any thing like as bad as that in; rccent years, bub it is not'at all unusual to see six or eight futile attempts in : races for. youngsters. The V.R.C. received during the past financial year £1,913 in. registration fees from bookmakers. Reckoned at 10 per cent., that equals a totalizator business of only £l9,130---a low estimate for one: day's investment at a decent Flemington "fixture. „ During the approaching Parliamenta...

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

M1SCELLANE0U S. Howard Smith & Sons' steamor arrived from Newcastle on Wednesday morning. She left there on 3uly 26fcb, and had a very coarso passage round. The , steamer was off Wilson's Promontory at 12.35 p.m. on tho 28th. and Capa Otway was abeam at 7 a.m. on the 29th. She orrived at Wallaroo on the 31st, and. left n^ain on Taosday, the 2nd in3t. A cargo o» 1,200 tons coal wa3 discharged hero, and tho vessel left yesterday with a cargo of ore. etc. ;

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

Ship RIVER FALLOCHi from Bremevcuhar. OAPTAIN WILSON wilt not be " responsible for any debts con tracted by his Crew- without his written authority. FRANCIS H. SNOW, Agent. FRED G'R E Y , AS mncli plcasnre in informing his many friends and the pabiic generally that be has commenced ^bnaincs? as AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-BUYKR, LAND AGENT, MONEY LENDER, fcc.,&c., Rents and Debts Collected. Estates Liqn 'Mated Or pnixhased for Cash Anction Sales conducted anywhere In the Colon}*. Having iv largo amoant of Capital at Command I am prepared to make CASFI ADVANCES on Bills of Sale, Freehold or Leasehold Properties Fnrait lire, vVe. CUA3ID£U OF C0M3SEBCE CKARGSS. A Call Invited FRED GREY. Port Piric. Bills Discounter! daily. ASSIGNED ESTATE, J. LANGS FORD. NOTICE TO DEBTORS. ■; A lib ACCOUS!^ doe or ©wing to JHL thi.s Estate mtis* fee paid to or Otherwise su ragged for with the undersigned on J he Premises. Ellen Street, on or b*for,» WEDNESDAY, Atgnst 10. jif...

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

MRS. A. NYKIEL (Late of Adelaide), s» Wishes to intimate to the residents of Port Pine and surrounding district that, she is prepared to execute orders for Ladies and Children's Costume3 in,the -Latest Styles. Perfect fit guaranteed- -Costumes from 10s. 6d. Teims Cash.- Florence-street (next to Christian Chapel) Port Pirie. Prevention of Typhoid. mHE new PATENT 3EKKE 1 FEL& FILTER highly recom mended and used by. the Health Officer (D r. S tewart), will filter 25 gal Ions of- pure water per hour. To be seen* in operation tnd obtained at • the:; establishment * of J. G. LEWIS, sole "agent for Port Pirie. ^LLOTMENTS FOE, SALE CRISPlNViLLE. Park tand Frontat?c; Easy . Terms. Apply to S. CRISPIN, Hundred of Pirie. ,

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

Passenqeu Tcains from; Port Pieie to AdE&AIDB. To Adelaide, via Petersburg: and Terowie Ellen-Street Station afc G.50 a.m;; Central Station at 7 a.m. ^ To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone. .Ellen-Street Station at 10,20 a.m.; Centra Ftation afc 10.30 a.m. To Broken Hill, via Petersburg and Terowie. Ellen-Street Station at 4^40 p.m; ; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. To Adelaide, via Petersburg, .from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 p.m. AKEIVALS. From Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train at 4 40 a.m. From Broken ITill, and Teiwvie via Petersburg. Central Station: at 10.4 a.m.; EllenrStreet Station at 10.13 a.m. From Adelaide via Blyth and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 4.55 p.m. ■ ' From Terowie; Potei-sburg, and Northern System. Central Station at 7.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m.

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Post aad Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

Post aad Telegraph Office. Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. Business hours from S.30a.rn.till7.30p.ini 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: 5 p.m. Savings Bank Agency, from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., and on Saturdays till 5.30 p.m. The office is opon for a quarter of an hour for the delivery of letters after the arrival of the mails every evening.. , Mails arrive and close as follows : iEBJVAIi. 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. - FronrPetersburgaudinterincdiate offices at 10.13 and 7.53 p.m. ~ - From Telowie and Port Germein at 4 p.m • - From Solomontown at 6.35 a.m.,' 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. . From !N"elshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days), at G.20 a .in DEPARTURE. For Adelaide and intermediate'offices at; 10.5 a.m. and -4.2S p.m. For Adelaide and offices south of Terowie at 10 p.m. , : For Petersburg, Broken Hill;...

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Bismarck's Baldness. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

[ \ :; Bismarck's Bdds.ess. Prince Bismarck, who was as bald himself uTtQ-6£<5tfQi<libl|l ferflisl on*? ibovsbb 0 f^V *' e* i * i j "■*' - *>» * ».%• •«?*• • • .»- •» W f i ■ jec tjn baldness,.. " ' Kb" s$kT>*.*" wears a. wig which deceives nobody., If. I wore a wig I should give vent to all my humors, and wearwigs of all kinds long,, sheet, valid. uiiddle.-si2(;d.;.frtir 'and" bfo\VQ.' In" niy eyes a wig' is simply * a libodjioJ haiiy* iusU'iul- of wool, silk, or cotlon. I should there fore' Wear my w ig as > a - liqod, and there ai-e hoods of different Icinds-f sqme] r ^a.i'mei*./ aud • tQt^or^x^jb tui*. There was a time when I made up my iniud to.>v,eav a -\vigwlveu I w9s /ju;;.$|;._.Petci?bm^V.5/My' excns'ei was the cold. At a temperature of 25 to 3Q:d'i%rees (Rcaumut^ point I' had sometimes t<» staudi'bare headed,- with scarcely more hair on .my head . than ;I, -ljiava, now;.; ,i; ,Tliis nuisance recurred annually at the blessing of ...

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

Te>i Steamers of this iissc will sail ircmi Port fine as follows {(.'ireamstausis jfirmitUn-.;) roe V S.S. DAWN. PURT AITGUSTA { «nVn* v irr fi KDITHBUKG - 3HJJ.DAV, ALG. t>. POET ADKLAfDE JfP^s-^ra ana cinr.>.l FABKS i—To POKT AliUCSTA. Saloon, lis. (kl. - STEERAGE. rs; &l. To FORT Al)KL-Vir»K. Saloon, 2X?.i Stc-era-e, I2sv 61. E<k>*i<1 Tri[> via. AcjjHStu, EditlibursSi. and A<!ebi<Ie Loeie to fort Pirie, 35s. Regular Fortnightly Service. - <j\> - V ■■' POUT ADELAIDE J S.S. ERA, « SVDSBV l-SATUfiBAT. Aug 13 JiKWCASTLK a«<t all I QUSBUSiE,AS»r«tts J NOT£L*«*Itllwra! Dl-ieounfc »>5t Steerage fares to Queettalxid I'dttu West Australian Gold fields. KEGULWi . SERVICE' FROM PORT ADELAIDE To . \ ■ --- y. BOifBURY C EARLY. , FKK3JASTLB t :GKRA1«DT0K 3 "■' Tasjeoscra booked right through to Uje GoMiields. AU Freights ami Pivaeasvr fares at Lotyest Kates. COAL. COAL. COAL. ■Best HoujehoM, Enirfnc,...

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

H At* VWL G.QODE. IMPORTEHS' & -GEMI'IRArr StORKKEEPEBS. r Sfjock as,usual, large and wpll assprtcdiiiall departments. A Liberal;Discount for.Casli. - < See Circulars. .♦r IS. L*'L sI5^:it6JaWiE' B :J?, POKT-Pl R-1 X, :yC D rj I 5 ^ g § g ^ • .-Railway. & ' General' Carriers, Customs, Shipping and. Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES • "AT: ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. . Adlivipe, Pout Aoeliidk, Port PiRrK B RQKEN HILL. r ■ « I * V' .V' . Goods consigned to as are delivered to Store Doors in the' Town and Suburbs. whaef^and~stoSaSb^acgommodation. - OFFICE : ON WKA^F, ELLEN STREET, PORT PI HIE N'S PIANOS,; plANGS, 'ORGANS, 'ORGANS. ^vTlic Largest Stock -.to sclcc£ front its Adelaide."^-' Lowest Prices. Time Payments. Woodman's, Grenfelksfcreet, Adelaide. 8. MA & g ill 8 Importers of Every Description of P 1 A O s .-0T fx 3jjJ Gr A. W S. II A 1*0" O O 05. u R G A .W ON EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS, — . • :0:^- : : : ' THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical Box.) £3 10s. •; to ■...

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

sSl0H&&s?a&dn:' Sto8tfees?ti;jr; There is quite a largo number, of observations.made by anthropologists, and medical men which go to, prove that brunettes arc better fitted io sur vive in life—modern life^" at all ,cwutST^ihajaj.;b!pndes. , . Looking - at theEaropcan or, white raco as a whole, measurement shows that. the northern blondes are. taller than" the southern brunette^, but "the brunettes appear to have the advantage of them in point of endurance and: resistance to disease^an.iihporiaut consideration under the . .artificial conditions of modern life. This greater vitality or tenacity of life'renders the1 brunette better suited for city life, ;_and also the hardships of;waiv-Thus Dr. iBeddoe, F. II, S., shows that the blonde, .types are tending towards ; extinctioh, whereas the brunettes are becoming more: "munierous. Golden hair(that is, intended by nature to be golden) alas ! isgradually becoming a thing of the past. . Fr.om observations made in the...

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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) August 1. POLITICAL RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

&!a&stcaQ (From our or.-n Correspondent.) -• ■ August 1. POLITICAL EtjMODRs/ Thaic .arc'.'signs ■ of" awakening "in our little.political world. From' tlie date of our senior member's" first election to the Lower Honse on to the return of the Hon. J. "V. to the Upper House,.,aud.. since,. there has always been a coterie of ardent politicians located in and around Gladstone, and it wi uid bo impossible to est unite how many nieinber:4_pf Parliament are here in embryo. The" piesence of a strong and able body t "of - rail \vayj ■ employes, -who in this colony seem to> take as, kindly to^politicksas a4ivo year-old to'a lucerne paddock, adds a?; zest to the prevailing topi.; whic'i is Licking in the samples ofipohtieal controversy passing master in many other coanfcfey! towns. They read fill kinds of books, papers, and periodi cals, and pass the bowls on front one. "to the other. They get men of their own kidney to lecture to them-and address,ilicm, men who know what's ...

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

melbourh£ '0/5/96 | * p«ien0 aotflse0^ "0 tftv wflpn^p 5afc cure f°b liver 1 0i®. 50 and i feei-50-s| ttttt if many pe00, w«0 aftesoffefi.'1^ ffldm uv£0 comi?1^ v«lv »i1ew howtasjk collld sec"#® 8v warners sart cuft£ thev.woul® "or delay if* °® ta'n(hg it ^eo.h^ennt." ^"uameht house it ,(/£6/97 * o, C,VE5 me 6reat, ^fasurf in benev/ ng wytesiimotilw inspecting thees^ £*cv of warned® recurs. . havt rkommended 'j to many frletf05 ^thfyotifanofil-t w they have bece'* ^ g«eat sehept^ j-Espcciaily those —fferrnc from k,b a«n liv£|> TROUBLES' {hoh) Geo t«i)ph

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

"Oycliag l&fotos. - . An inteiand liis!ittie photograph of Central Mt. Sturt, the e en i i"o - of Australia, appears in the Dnulop Company's new booklet " All about. Donlop Tyres for 98-9." This photograph was, obtained by? Mather whilst o:i his overland |r and is, wo believe, the only photo over fakett of this historical mount named after -..Captain Sturt by J. MeDouall Stuart, one of .Australia's most successful explorers .in 1800. extract from.'Staact^3>!aryw|s tvpr pos:—'• Sunday. April 22f'6ni|. Gent of Austi alia. To-day 1 find from my observation that l am now earnped in the ccntro of Australia. I have marked-, a tree and -planted the Bsitish flag' in the centre, ■ but on: it tomorrow T an ill raise a cone of stones and plant the fh'-g there, and will name it Mount Stnrfc after my excellent and esteemed commander of the; expedition *1 jStl-o, Captain Sturt, as a marl of gratitude for the great-kindness I received from. him. during that-join nej We have been in sear...

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LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Council as constituted then sat as a Board of Health. " The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence from Central Board of Health, reiterating their recommenda tion that the 1888 rules, orders, and regulations under the Health Act 1893 be adopted. : Cr. Coles moved that proper steps be taken for 5he adoption of the 1888 rules, orders, and regulations under the Heal th Act of 1893, such rules, orders, and regulations to take the place of those now in force in the town. Cr. Kerris'on seconded. Carried. Health Officer's report was read, and the Inspector read his: report er. McDonald moved that the nuis ance be abated in Dead Horse Creek, North Ward. Cr. Walsh seconded. Carried. Cr. McDonald moved that J. Darling and Sou be requested to abate a nuis ance on the property at rear of Institute, Cr, Conley seconded. Carried. At Newcastle (England) recently Barden won the Five-milo Ohampiou ship, beating such clinkers as Chmn, Gascoyne, and Wats...

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

A Household'Remedy Throughout v- Queensland. We give the following testimony from Mr. Frank P. Peacock of Given Terrace, Paddington, Queensland, whose experience is in exact accord with thousands of others: "Ihave used Dr. Ayer'sSarsapariiia in my lamiiy; tor indigestion, loss of appetite, and. as a tonic, with very satisfactory results. I' have been pleased to recommend it to my friends and- in many cases -they have used it with equal satisfaction. :~ is s household remedy throughout Queensland. It is the kind that cures." * I'or cfm.iMpalion (alio Dr. Ayer*s Pills. They •Jirowptty-Tuiiftvo an<l surely, enro.- Take them Viiii l>r. ijer'a &ira::pr.ri!Ia: ono uids the Other. ■ • - "■' i ' ' .«■ • -".-V

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District Council of Pirie. SATURDAY JULY 30. [The first portion of this report appeared in our issue of Wednesday last.] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 6 August 1898

Bisfeict ; Goaacil of Prne, Saturday July bO. [The first p nriicn of this report appeared in our issue of Wednesday lust.] Cr. Hewetfc-moved and Civ Fidge seconded tliafcappucations bo invited np to next Conned meeting for the position of solicitor to the Council, Carried. . Resolve J th»b tbe Secretary write to tlis -Resident Engineer informing him tliat Conncil would have no ob jections so long as the water mains were pnt down within S feet of the fences. The, Chairman suggested that a vote of t hanks be accordcd the. Cor poration of Gladstone f-r its hospital ity towards him as their delegate. He conU1 not speak too highly of the treatment he received. Cr. Fidge moved in accordance with the Chairman's suggestion. Cr. Hewetfc seconded. Carried. : Resolved that Council meet again on the following Saturday. The Chairman said.he had received a nnmber of complaints re the manner in which the Wandearali West ceme tery was conducted. One specific complaint was that, it was controlled by...

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