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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Regular Fortnightly Service. * i\ >i:t a dkt.a ids ! ' ' G.S. age, MKWIOUlKiK f . „ , , „ kyi>::ky f3.vt«UD.v j > July o N BWC \3Tf.K s-rt aJl I .... IjUKKSSXANU IV U J ' Xt>T2J.—T.ibsra! tKaco'aut <tff-SfooVa;je i.iTCn to . r West Australian Gold fields. KKGILVU ^MUV!C!v IT.OM POUT ADELAIDE:.. t'n ^ JIPXBIRT f t.\KMT. vi:k?iantj>; i OKKAIjDTOX tnwl J ■ ■ ,, IrioVc-I ri-M thrones to Int? AU IVulgltU a»4 t'.na.vi^ir tire* at lowest Ilatca, COAL. COAL. COAL. • 1%***'- 1 li!vrtVimith*s.COAlf ktit'jr'ji-s! at Jiowvsfi IV1 i^yj opwoi.ill n.if Tin <t an I litm'jirk. Sj>)ke.t for itilv at Jsjwcut . Further (ttttfcularo i>:raj>j.lic<itwn t'j Wm. Howard Smith & Sons' Proprietary, 'LIMITED, Ellen-slrctt, Port I'irie^ The Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited. ■ Witl<5ujfllrl (ilf'Bftis frcial'ort Aitliiilous «.i lcr» cw>fci£ist.vw.» jv;rr.iittio;; s - Alfcaay aacl S'somaatle, Traa akipplEg fc? all STorth-Wost lD?St3«...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Clergy and Social Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

The Clergy and Social Reform TbefoHowiog arii «• >nfo ho-■©* opSTn i »Wres3 on "Ttitf Cle-gy an%jp«lf Ref»sm,w ^e^rel w S: foul's #"«« l>y the Hff . L- Danio, 3I.A. :— The ©the* Sunday evening wcjwmpired tlio "civilization of the year 5&^A.I>.» with that of the year 1<5W, and fititS Vh"*tf the ctily efficient <au.vj that v» idd| M&rnatvly rsp!ai» it%prugrtsj ®,s VICI iiaflueiSce i>f Jc*U3 Chdit. ^La-n^ §unu..yj evening vc cosiS'ulswJ ""Christ .n:tfa Social' Reform," and tmnd that the principle underlying it nil was " fceek ys •5rut the Kingdom of and II13 righteousness and all things things shall be added unto you." Thrfevciiittg: «r«:   are to consider "thi Cler-jy and Social Reform/' And at once some say the   clergy have nothing to do with Social Reform at all, that if they do, they are meddlesome, interfering, and "up spiritual," while the other side say the "haves" have the clergy in their pay and, &...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

Australian Mutual Prfrntfedp Society. ACCUMULATED TUNDS * ...... ..v ; £14,500,000. TOTAL ASSURANCES (WITH BONUSES) - £50,000,000. 1849. JUBILEE YEAR." :18$9. The co-operation of members is invited with the view -of-making the New Business for the'cnrrent year the largest in the history of ; the Society. - Each. - member is relied upon to assist in the celebration, of the; Jubilee by the introduction of at least ONE new member The Society is now. the largest MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE IN TEE BRITISH DOMINIONS. . o ADELAIDE OFF1CE.-23 KING WILLIAM ST., o— . F. T. BRIDGES,- Resident Secretary. Local A gent for Port Pirie: A. A, PEARCE, _ Special Travelling Agent—SAMUEL TUCKWELLr. - DR INK ONLY-- : Obtainable at all Groceisi BASSE'S; New Jewellery and Artistic Novelty: Emporium now open at 92 and 94,-ftUM)LE STREET, ADELAIDE. A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. Thousands of Artistic Novelties suitable for presents frois . One Shilling to £100. / ' — 0 F. £<&§§!!, Jewelleraa&...

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RETRENCHMENT IN THE SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

RFTRENCflMEXT IN THE f SYDJiEY CITY eotJXCIL. sydset, Toe day Night The Sydney City Council to-day iQiitated a drastic scheme of rctrenc!! mecfe. by which the s^brieaand wages of the Council's employees will be* re duced d6%000 a year.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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PENINSULA FOOTBALLERS AT BROKEN HILL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

PENINSULA., FOOTBALLERS BROKEN HILL. Adelaide, Tuesday Night. The Peninsula footballers arrived at Broken Hill tbis morning. They wore met at the station by a crowd of local players, beaded by "Mr. Plant, Chairman of the Barrier Football Association.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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MR. W. J. KOEHLER. HONOURED BY HIS COUNTRYMEN. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

MR. W. J. KOEHLER. HONOURED BY HIS COUNTRY MEN. Adelaide, Tuesday Nlsrht. At Broken Hill to-day Mr. W. J. Koehler, Assistant Manager of the Proprietary Mine, was presented with a handaoma walkiqg: stick and gold medallion by the Anstrians working on the Big Mine, as a token of their respect. '

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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FATAL ACCIDENT AT BOWDEN. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

FATAL ACCIDENT AT BOWDEN. Adelaide^ Tuesday Night. ! A boy named Dornck, whose parents reside at Bowden. was killed by a fall from a di ay to-day. He sustained concussion of the brain and fracture of the skull.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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THE NO-CONFIDENCE DEBATE. POSITION OF MINISTRY CRITICAL. LIBERALS VOTE WITH LABOUR PARTY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

TIIE NO-CONFIDENCE DEBATE. POSITION OF MINISTRY * 1 CRITICAL. LIBERALS VOTE WITH LABOUR PARTY. ; Adelaide, Tuesday Night. ■The No-conBdence debate was con tinued m the House of Assembly to-1 day. '• | Th© Premier stated to-day that be intends cio.Mog the debate on Wednes day night. It is probable that the Opposition will support the amendment moved by Mr. Bntchefor, the leader of the Labour Party, and thafc the Liberals and Opposition will coalesce in the formation of a Ministry, leaving the: Labour party in the shade..

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Value of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

Eke Yalue of Advice. " Tou can always get plenty of ad vice because it doesn't cost anything and consequently isn't of any. value." Thus wiy many cynical people with whom the world has not gone very well. Bat cynics frequently make mistakes in forgetting that exceptions prove the rule. The advice of one friend to another is som-iiim js of in estimable value, Mr. Taie, of Ithica Cottage, Illawarai Boa;l, Marrick ville, has proved the truth of the re mark. "I was suffering fearfully from influenza and its after-effects," he says. " A friend recommended me to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I did so, and am now completely cured. After thirty y ears immunity from trouble, influen za gripped me, and it gripped me pretty tight. Without warning, I suddenly ill. I always, had a first class appetite; it left me al together. Positively I could eat nothing at all. -Heavy- headaches""attacKea7 me. and; they continued to increase in violence a spasm shot across ni}' chest and an o...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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PORT PIRIE TO PORT GERMEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

^POETPIEIE TO ^PORT^GERMEIN^ . The last estimate for the construct ion of this like was made' in 1897, when the figures were £71,300, against ; the .present esrimaiet of £54,100, which, however, instead of standard, line dnd including thb pro vision of additional rolling-stock, is for a road -laid- with - 35-lb. rails, wnlioqt any.rolling stock, and with only 3in.of ballastnnder the sleepers. I can ljufc reiterate roy previous statements', that it is unwise to lay: down, so light a road, more especially, however, in this case, where the line; is to be a continuation of a good road, well? ballasted, on which it may be anticipated there will be a consider able traffic. Holling stock should be also provided at an. additional costof £10,000. Taking, however, the figures as given by tho Engineer-in Ghief, the annual interest will be £1,623, which added to the estimated, working expenses of £2.800 as given in my report of April 30,1S97, gives a total expenditure of £4,42.3 per annum. The ...

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THE FIRE AT THE SUPREME COURT HOTEL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

THE FIRE AT TEE SUPREME COURT HOTEL. Ad Er.AiDE, Tuesday .Night. An inquest was held to-day on the fire which occarred_at the. Supreme Court Hotel yesterday, when averdicfc was returned thatthe conflagration was caused by iocendiariesiT M

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THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

THE ORCHARD [By Mb. qcikx, Ikspectob oipfnuit.] This.; is a busy month for the orchardist. Those orchards that have not yet received the winter's plough ing should be broken np at once if a proper soaking is to be given to the subsoil. The planting of decidcous trees should soon be finished in the open errantry, bat in the cooler districts there is yet plenty of time. Infesnd ing planters in these localities are often faced with the difficulties that the nurseries are nearly all loc.ited on the plains or earlier positions, and if these planters in late localities leave the producing of their yoang stock until the soil is ready in their respective districts the bests stock is often sold out of the nurseries. Al though I do not think it is advisable to plant the trees during the wettest month in districts with a heavy rainfall, they may bs produced" from the nnrsuries and heeled in. after pruning away broken roots, in warm sheltered corners. Soot action may begin, but if cars is taken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

H. A. & W. GDODE, IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Stock as usual, large and well assorted in all departments. A Liberal "Discount for Cash. ; • See Circulars -0 ELLEN-street, PORT P I R I E, & Railway & General Carriers, Cnstoms, Sbippisg and Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. Adelaide, Port Adelaide, Port Pirie B ROKEN HILL. Goods consigned to jus am delivered to Store Doors in : the Town and Suburbs. WHARF AND STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. OFFICE: ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIE WOODMAN'S PIANOS, PIANOS, ORGANS. ORGANS. Largest Stockto£clcct ffaaii ia Adelaide.^ Lowest Prices. Time Payments; P^OOBman's, f ©renfell-street, Adelaide. TARCH ROBERT S. MARSHALL & SONS, Importers of Every Description of T T> X A. BST OS 0_ ARGASTS. J: 2 .a. 3W o s U h © a u s. -qn EASY TERMS. EASY--TERMS,/ :o: : ' - " THE POLYPHONY5 (The New Musical Box.) £3 10s. TO £20. Catalogues ox Application. PRICE LISTS AND Catalogues on Application, NOTE ...

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A CHINAMAN'S HOUSE BURGLED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

A CHINAMAN'S HOUSE r JB0RQLED. . Adelaide, Tuesday Night. A maa named Stolcea was arrested,; by the police to-dayf, charged- with having broken into a Chinaman*3 house at Evandale on Saturday last.

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THE VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

THE VINEYARD. [By Professor A. Perkixs.] Pruning should be; completed dur ing, the course of this month, excep ing in thtS3 localities where a late' budding is particularly required. If, for instance, late frosts ara of fre quent occurrence, it may often prove advisable to defer pruning nntil August. The first ploughing should be brough t to an end in July, and the second ploughing, on a comparatively shallow farrow, might even in some instances be started. In most eases, however. August will prove quite early enough for this operation. ■ Planting out of rooted vines should; be pushed on with vigor in July. It should be remembered that, except in cold wet districts, early planting is usually a commendable practice. In ! light, well-drained soils towards J the end of the month even cutting^ might be pat oat, either in the; vineyard or the nursery usually, however, Au gust will prove more favorable fov this pnrpes:?. In any case cuttings should be collected and kept buried in sand unt...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Women's Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

\\ III II lillllilli Im il "Wornea s Gessip. Sir Powell Buxton is strict in re - quiring-; people to " call" at Govera ' ment-house at least twice a year. Some hundreds who neglected this duty found themselves left out in the cold when the invitations for the recent ball were issued.; Thejr tried to make .up for lost time, hut it was too late for the.first ball. As there is a second One " in sight," the de-; liuquents may recover their lost, ground. It only requires a few minutes on " the Block" - (says the Argus) to detect fashion i|^^i^es.:|)ardenuig^. in . certain directions, such as, for instance, the Tam o'-Shanter style of wearing1 the hair, v This consists of spreading it untidily all round the :he&d (making, the wearer look like " an owl in an ivy hush ") with a de cided big button on top to crown all. History tells us the great Panjan drum wore the little button on top. The " storm collar" is another novelty. The huge collar turns up until itj meets the flowered and...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own Correspondent.) A SENSATIONAL BURGLARY. DRY CREEK RAILWAY STATION BROKEN INTO. REVOLVER SHOTS FIRED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

TELEGRAMS. (From oar own Corres ponden f.) A SENSATIONAL BUBGLARY. DRY CHEEK RATLWAY STATION BROKEN INTO. REVOLVER SHOTS FIRED. Adelaide Tuesday night. Another sensational bnrglary has "occurred. Tb's time the scene cA operations was the Dry Creek Railway Station. At about 2 o'clock this morning'the stationmaster (Mr. Salz man) was awakened by a noise, and on going to reconnoitre found that the office had . been broken into and the safe removed. Seventy yards away he found three men engaged in breaking the safe open with a sledge-hammer. He; called out to them, but was forced to beat a hasty retreat, as the scoundrels fired three revolver shots in his direc tion. The »larm was, given, and the men were tracked on to the Port Ade laide railway line, but here all traces of them were lost. . The robbers succeeded in getting about £9 which was in the safe.

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

[By Viator.] . : Unco again,Mr. J. Murray; will! make an attempt to introduce.,the totalizator into Victoria. - He lias i advocated , the machine all along, and at present it is thought there is a possibility 6f the point being carried. : Let ns hope so, at any rate, as with the percentage to augment the stakes the MelboumeCtip would very soon~ regain Jts< position aa the richest added money prize ini: the world; i ; .I do not advocate^ doing feway with the book maker altogether. Let him ply his voca tion, but pay the full limit, and the tote will quickly exterminate all but the : good men. - * ^ ^ - - At last StraightBre has left the track for the stud. .^."Milong," in the Sydney Mail, says thatjCocos' is, doing - well Hand wick. This is one of'tbo best handicapped horses-in> the •Cap,'- and -this- promising colt should not be overlooked by double eventers. Among the 24 horses quoted at' 200 to 1 in Oxenham's. price-list is Mai to,-who was* greatly" fancied for both C...

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LIMITED JURISDICTION. Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M. RENFREY AND LAWTON v. JOHN TAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

LIMITED .JPBISDICnOS. BeforeMt. J..p. Stow, S.m. • Eenfket and L.vwroK v. John Taw. —Defendant appeared nnl plended not indebted and mm completion ofthe Work by way of counterclaim. : Mr. Scott for p'ainriff and 'Mr. Copinger for defendant. William John Jlimfrey; bricklayer, Porb Pirio, said—The wbik at Peters burg was done under contract pro laced marked A; completed the whole of- the work ; ; went ta Piruvand left tnasous to finish c-juld not „ fi ,i jh as 1 wished as the sleepers were not .there defendant said I had better gt t < n to Pirie, and as long as I left men to do the work ha,, was satisfied ; wo now claim £8 4s; 5d. -as the balance due ; hive- applied for--a settlement on several occasions/ r By. Mr. Copinger—T;»it fc>ld me on the 12th of April to go on to Pirie; could not cot auy satisfaction from defendant William Henry Lawton, mason, one of theplaintiffs, abd'Oave'-evidencs^-r-'^,; For the defence, .lohn Taylor Tait said—I -left - the masonry and —some:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898

The largest aura ever received by a professional cricketer fell to the lob of Bobby Peel. The first day's takings amounted to £944, the most ever re corded in one day iii a match at York shire. The second day drew £569, 'and £65 was paid for admission to see two bout s' play on the last day, making a total of some £1,5G0* This sum was con siderably augmented by public, subscrip tion, and altogether Peel: must have re ceived £2,500. The benefits tendered to Briggs, Ulyett, Barlow, and Head all reached four figures. Twenty Carbines are n >initialed for the Melkourne Cup. The sum «>f £101.02'* passed~ through the totalizators oi the Adelaide Racing Club last season.

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