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The Public Health. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

The Public Health. In Ch.&4^i^liW^Cotidsii to^duvi (ho Health Bill tms scad 4 a second

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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New Zealand Budget. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

New Zealand Budget. '! ' 3 vY V J1'' ^ \ ' j i The Treasurer of New* Zealand; ra his bndget speech, announced that after setting1 aside £300,000 for pub Tic "works, there was a surplus on the year's operations of £21,000. j;

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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CITY CHATTER. THE NEWMAN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

IcityHohktter. By TwitTEE. . Tho Court haring ordered, wisely no doubt, the retirement of the public from the hearing of the ^Kefrtaaa, .case,f we haveM*: oppqrigipty l<?6 forming/a judg ment as to the asundne&s of the verdict ft ^iWtibe jary tetiunaed af let weighingthe evidence, acd tho eloquent Mr. Symoa appears to ha*# roads the conduct of the Rev. .13. H., ©lis?. Baptist minister of North Adelaide, on® ■of the features of his defgfie&y f Mr.©lis certainly seeiuj tfi p0ft3J«3*e»30DS 6ft aste peculiar to himself, fardari&gthe'ior rnal enquiry into the allega^as1' agaiast the l»{e ieadoaster ^ -WJuobio'iColleg# he I f»W "aScfeegecli5* and^S^feptoms; of Moral Madness." . The great Q-C. jx*. Aha I once tfa&revetend»genfcj0saao ^te?£ed the latiffh cooa'thele^al p'pjfesfeioti tsrheujhc I led a iettopn, I ^jrallefe^o^tiiisteaffe^ iSib<»fhe tfial Mr. 1LU», with the versatility of a jeur-, nalistior mafeiBg copy, has advertisg a I ser...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Pastoral Bill. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

T& Fallot Bill: {" » jt. ^- Adclaii)&* TuesdaV^Ktelifc. » I in Committco in the Assembly to day. The principal amendment was oae Steam!«bv* f3Ir/iWyriton by 23 voles lo 2t» making tho term of fotnro l^a^l oat right of leocwal^atr Ixpuy/ESr another like Ipjqi. " Dayii>, SHS;SfiEfKi5RD Bo:sv"—-Tab pnfHjlar einUU will be prodaced .m. the Institute ll.il! this crenlng; s:'Trbas'Bees Tety carclally rehesTssc^'atJcl 'Wate' assured by a cocjpateii^ auJhqrity tfeit'it «i!I be ose of tbo graUest musical treats ctergrrscntblits Port Pine. -t- i -.r ,,Cbkap £<xh~« ast> Cunmxa.—Mr. W.. ¥*- Wclla, She popdi; Alisxahder-stroet* tfethier men's iaerccfy has jujtt osj Ytew a spIcntUtl sssf>rttn£St o? Isebts tine elotbfcg. Tbo pnesa trekct&l on the boots ase ffitmmuffilj iiw, • and 31 sv Wells states list be to .make a <^|'ja sbe priest f^lhferf«jnpli& so tatSxiQ^t

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Intercolonial Football. WIN FOR VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

WIN FOK VICTORIA the^Port Adelaides and Fitzroys resulted in a Wid for the ^ietorians after aa exciting gam?, the scores being :~-Fitzroy, 1 goals 13 behincjaJ;. Port^ 4 goals 5 behinds. f*^\

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TELEGRAMS. [By Telegraph.] An Extraordinary Case. A YOUNG GIRL'S MADNESS. A FAITH HEALER ROUGHLY HANDLED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

[B> Tefegrapb.] la Extraoftlioafy Case. fA^fCRMg A FA1XH HEALER "ROli^iiLY ■.■■■"■. HANDL5P-; "7p"j v*»3*; •*#il'wnT im j:, *i»|! j 2 Adkludb, Tuesday Niglit. Aq extraordinary case is reported in connection with thef * Christian Metaphysical Society. \ A jouG^'gif] named Annie Anjelia Taylor, ppoo whom Dr. Foukon had decided to operate for hydatid?, WWt into the ''"vjgSf aojtwtien she canaa oat last week ahe ha&to bejfjlt toJ^J LunaticA§$jjm.. Or, PbnltQn ^y3|tli&.hydati^Jiad not^au^d the ra^ii&.■ .■ (|!over, the Metaphysical Society's heafer, says tliat the Vfear^ df ' the operation which she had; to uirfergo unh|nged the girl's mind When Glover visited, the girl's hoate recently her brottier feave the faitlr healera^most-tnnnsJTifnMhrash ing^ repeatedly Glover offered no resistance, v. t rXt ' .

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A Nice Little Bill. £232 FOR A DAY'S WORK. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

£232 FOR A DJ^S WOIRk/ Adelaide, Taesday Night South' Australian ^ .hqeiety pp c^dcd againsfcj. tbo Brrnof ^Mnith^ad Brothet%forcW^n£ excessive' ikw costsjn conneeHonwitk tlio Han-old Insolvency ease. Mr. J. H. Symon, Q.C , who ap« pearcd^for tlio -Iaw -.Society,,- usea tione^^pme leadibg' jfiiemg in the Me^Kp^fairhcsd^sP^iil, whiati rcdMsadJhy taxation JErom £3,8dfrtol about £600, and mentioned that during opo puriodof sixdays £597 was charged, one day's fees amount ing to £97 and?on^thqr^to»|&23,2./^i | Tho defense- set* I np "AjjS MairJieM' was that the bill of costs wasj^repared when bo was_ill, and he bad not thoronghly overhauled it beforo it was sabmitted to taxation. ^ The Chief Justice said the charges,, could not be justified, bat URder tbe circumstances the motion for a role would be dismissed.s' '• *' * * ' °!

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A Garrotter Sentenced. GETS SEVEN YEAR. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

Garrotter Sentenced, GEp.SEVp^^JBAES.,: t * ' ADKtA!&E.? !TdcsdaV isiffh'f.1'. At the-Criminal^Coortto-dsy John Holt was sentenced to seven years' imprisbaki>lit^for as3,inUjQ£an<Vrot|. I bing a Petersburg farmer at the Tavistock Hotel. Holt was one of three men who garrotted Mr. Baker ia broad day light, and robbed him of £30. The other two desperadoes have not yet been captured. ~

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Intercolonial Lacrosse. A WIN FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

interectomi %e?©sse." A WIN FOR SOUTflHAIJSTRA . LIA. " Mbmockne, Tues<by}Night. ^;jacrc^^ match wss5 plajed to dajHbet iveeg, fefie S mihj v*Mtraluli team and tho University. The Sooths won by six goals to their opponents' five. r~* ^ - v * w? \ * i .rteSi^iAv J

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Death of Lady Todd. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

Death ot Lad/ T61I& - j Aeelaioe, Taeanay Kight, Li«Jy Todd, wife of Sir Charles Todd, died to-day aft- ifetiorngo .of" &£. The deceased lady had been ill far tho past month".

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

MRS. A. NYKIEL (Late of Adelaide), 9 "Wishes to intimate to the residents of Port Pirie and surrounding district that she is prepared to execute orders for Ladies; and Children's Costumes in the Latest Styles. Perfect fit guaranteed. , Costumes, from 10s. 6d. -TeimsCash. Florence-street (next to Christian Chapel): Port Pirie. . Preventionof Typhoid. rpHE new F/STENT BERKE 1 FELb FILTER, highly recom-, mended and used by the Health Officer. (Dr. Stewart), will filter 25 gallons of pure water per hour. To be seen in operation kud obtained at: the establishment of J. G. LEWIS,' solo agent for Port-Pirie; I . — LLOTMENTS . FOR - SALE CRISP1NVILLE. Park Land Frontage. Easy Terms; Apply to S. CRISPIN, Hundred of Pirie. - H.' L. VOSZ, 82, Bundle-street ") _ - irNr- Port Adelaide, Sha?ielrstreet> • > ADELAIDE. Broken Hill, N.S.W., North Terrace, , f I-'*— Fremantle,V.A., Telephono No. 343,- Jr ■>:: . "<v? i i . % and COKNHH.L, " LONDON. ' GLASS, LEAD, OIL, COLOR, AND HAR...

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Port Pirie Cycling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

The annual general mesiiag of the Port Pirie Cycling Oltib. was held'V on Wednesday eveaing last at Mr. T. Row'al The balance sheetashow thafceince its inception the club has held four . race meetings and two road races. The first venture was the meeting held on Decem ber 28 1896, when the handsome profit of £5019a. was made, but the second'one which took place in April of last year, resulted in a loss of £13 5s.: 7d. The third meeting brought the club a cropper for '= they were unfortunate; enough to select the 28th December as the date oh. which to run for a much larger pro gramme than previously offered.. All who had the misfortune to be residents during last Christmas season will remem ber the severe weather to which we Were subjected, and it was not to be wondered at that the Cycling club suffered to the extent of £31 16s, 2d. A. small programme was arranged for club mem bers only on April last and the promoters were gratified to reap a profit, of £38 lis. 8d. The great drag th...

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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) August 12th. THE LOCAL PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

(Prom our own Correspondent.) August 12 th. THE LOCAL PARLIAMENT met last night, when th® Ministry sue ceeded in passing their Bill to raise the land tax an additional halfpenny in the pound on all values over £600. Ifc was the best meeting held yet, and the mem bers of tho Murphy Ministry enjoyed it and themselves immensely, as did all the hon. members. Ths Ministry propose to devote the additional revenue thus ob tained to the repurchase of large estates. the lawst tenuis club should have played a tournament here with the Brooks last Saturday but did not play owing to the questionable manner in which our worthy secretary had on his own responsibility arranged the singles, thus causing the Brooks to stay at home. The motives animating the secretary may have been perfectly pure, but there was a lamentable deficiency of thoughtfulnes3 and tact about the whole arrangement, and it is nob to be wondered at that the Brooks opened their eyes with suspicion and stayed home. THE PROGRESSIVE...

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CITY CHATTER. THE DEVIL'S BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

CITY CHJSTTER. by twotzb. : XHB DE Til's BRI3ADB. Though for yeas past the public eye has heed fixed ia righteoos anger upon the long robe, of lase tha gaze has been volcaaie. The present Attorney-General has pesed as the meet thorough-going law reformer the colony has produced,and certainly, co law-reformer has ever been able to equal his demonstration of the existence of abases. The Knight of the Court of Arthur, and Harrold, for the matter of that, has kept in mind; the necessity for reforming lawyers and muzzling their ahark-Uke capaci^. An amazing bill of costs presented by Messrs. Muirhead was the subject of criticism and explanation in the Supreme Court this week. At the instance of the Chamber of Commerce, the law Society invited the Judges to express their opinion on the extravagance o£: the charges, which had been sett led for less than one-sixth of the amount. The explana tion left much to be desired. Allowing that the bill had been made out owing to the illness of the pr...

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David the Shepherd Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Savid tke Shepherd Boy Port Pirio complains of the lack of intellectual amusement. On Wednesday night an opportunity was given it to hear a first-class rendition of Geo. F. Roots' tuneful cantata, " David, tho Shepherd Boy," and, to to its credit bo ifc said, a a large, a large audionco availed them selves of it'. However, it was noticeable that many of the ** complainers" were conspicuous by their absence. They were tha sufferers. Those who attended and paid proper attention will agree with its that tha entertainment was a musical treat. Certainly there were shortcom ings, but one may overlook these when the general excellence is considered. Mr. Frank Lilly white, who conducted the largo choir of 130 voices, with an efficient orchestra of 10 performers, ma> be heartily congratulated on this, we be lieve, his first appearance in this role. Ho has still something to learn before he attains to a thorough proficienqr in the art, but a natural aptitude for tho work and mora experienc...

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Fatal Bicycle Accident. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Fatal ^Bicycle Accident. StDNEr, Friday Night. "William HenrySeers, of Orange, aged 27 years, died last night from fracture of the skall, tho resalt of a fall from his bicycle. The -bicycle "jbolted" down Brown Creek Hill ■with deceased, who snsfcained a heavy fall. v;;:"-v.

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Why he Loved her. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

. Why kQ LevecL 3ier. ; "dorindaj" said - Maurice Fitz patrickj the proud young patrician from. Peoria, " I love you." : Miss Bull winkle, the beautiful daughter, of the millionaire butter scotch maker, staggered back as if she bad been struck. " No, no!'' she cried, " surely you don't mean it!" '| Tes, Maurice replied, " ifc is, alas ! too trneJ" Clorinda Bullwmkle sat down and looked at the flames that were flickering up from. the gas -log. She was in deep thought.; For awhile it seemed as if the shock would be too much for her, but .little by little she recovered her composure, and, turn ing to the handsome young man, at last she asked: 5 When did you find it out ?" He looked at his watch and re plied, , "Just a little while ago. I have felt symptoms of it for a long time, but it, didn't break out until this evening. Now I can doubt no longer. Cloririda, I repeat in stentorian tones that I love you." ^ ' " And," she returned, after another thoughtful pause, '• can you explain; wh...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

DJBFABTUBES. August 10—Cadsll,, eteamar, for Pot® j firoagbtoa. " '-..I August 10—Marie, ketch, for Point Web ling. ? - ■"/ | August 10—Hawthorn, ketch, for Tickera. August 11—Elizabeth Annie, ketch, for Wallaroo. August 11—New Arrival, ketch, for . Ticksra. .... August H—^Lapwingi ketch, for Port Broaghton. August 11—Mary Webster, schooner. 82 tons. Carswell, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo—100...tons Pig Iron ~ (Geo. Wills &■ Co.), and quantity ahsep skins, August 12—Maid of Australia, ketch, for Port Lincoln. August 12—Lady Daly, schooner, for Tickera. August 12—Omeo, gschooner, for Tickers. August 12—Francos, ketch, for Port Broughten. - August 12 —Mary, ketch, for Wallaroo.

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Murder of a Chinaman. PORT DARWIN, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Murder ©I a CMoamae. Port Daewis, Friday Night. Lara Kai, a Chinaman, is in cus tody charged with the murder of a fellow countryman named Chee Buag at Yam Creek. Search is being made for an accomplice named Chung Young. About July last Chee Bung 'was missed, and a search for him being instituted the party cams upon the accused scattering the remains of afire. At sight of the search party the alleged murderers ran away. The party then made an examination of the ashes, aud found the remains of a human body*

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He got Eight Votes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

" He got SSgfct Yetss. The gem. of -New South Wales general election (a Sydney paper remarks) -was the < candidature of one Araien,, a "Hindoo ; chutney-maker, whom a SarTy Hills: gang of humor ists apparently had - at the end of a string. They jokingly inflicted on him all sorts of indignities; bat the dar|c man was in deadly earnest, and kept ^on to the last, polling sight .yotes. Here - is his address to the electors ELECTORS OF COOK WARD. TOTE FOR S. R. AMIEJT, THE" WORKING MAK's FRIEND. I WORK MYSELF. I FEEL FOR WORKING MEN. I am an Independent Protectionist, and in favor of Federation—bat not -the present Bill. It is my idea that you should select your member from your own division: If you want to see me yon can see me day or night. If you yote forj'a -man not-living'in your own .Division yon cannot see him till nest election. My ideas will be new to Australia. I do this to help my fellow-electors. If you put me in I shall receive £300 a year, but my idea , is to ke...

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