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

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Africander, steamer, 2755 tons, Keen master, from South Africa via ports. To ■ Bail. Amulree, barque, 1,829 tons, Sfcesle, master, from Botterdam. Sailed May 28, . 7?days<rafc. Fulwood, ship, 1,986 tons, Lewis master, tora HauxflWrg. ^Saabd Jana 17; 57 days out.: Gratia. Norwegian barque; 1475 tons, -Stray, master, from Barry j^To saa. . John Ena, 4-maated barque, 2714 tons, $Tad«Qn, master, from Paget Sound. To sail. - Kaffir, steamer, 2736 tora, from South Afica; To sail. Lusretia, schooner, 66 tons. Vallontice master, from Sydney viaj Melbourne,. sailed*july 18 ;26 days out, Mary Augusta, ship, 1,335 'tons, Wordea master, from the Baltic. To sail. Nymphe, German ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, master, from Hamburg; sailed July 15 s 29 days out, Prince Bobert, 4-mastod barque, 2654 tons, Hanson, master, from Paget Sound, , Sailed Hay 17 i 88 days out. Transvaal, steamer, 2246 tons, Biggs, master, from Delagoa Bay. Sailed July 24. 17 days out. Wild Wave, barq...

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

Murder of a JLiibra, Port Dabwix, Friday Nisjhfc. Paddy, an aboriginal, jhas been arrested for the supposed marder oi his lubra, Nellie.

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

. ' Did yos ever sea one? It is as playful and P baralesa as a kitten. Yottmighfrhave one with yon for weeks and not traspect danger. But, beware! Some day it wiii surely springs sad the fight for lifa is at band. It ia jastsowith a cough. Yon may carry one with you for weeks- and not think of danger.. Bat the dangeris there. Someday ills© fight ®2lisca,and ft iss question which will win, Gmsamjjtion cr^Yoa. Ayet*9® Htt pmsaptly car£3 all baby cosghs: but it can sot ghraya ccra the faQ grown coughs of the most advanced stages of disease. Yet even bero .it will bring comfort and ease. Then TXS3 it early for acuta colds, arogte, bron chitis and all pulmonary treaties. .•.. —- * • Bessie cfeheap Imitations. See that the ■ aaxas.Astsfa CbeafTeetauStU blown .to tie - rtaalttaBSii'TO nptolsigo snd^sssall.:

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VESSELS ON PASSAGE FROM PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

VESSELS ON PASSAGE PSOM POET PIBIE. Tythoans, Norsregianbarque, 1,110 tons, Brynildson, master, for Carthagena; eailed March28; 140 days ont. Yarkand, ship, 1,273 tons, London, master, for United Kingdom or channel; sailed April 15; 120 days oat. Atniral Tronde, French barque. 1.417 tons, Mace, master, for Swansea} sailed May 7; 95 days ont. Marion Ballantyne, ship, 1,567 tone, Biggins, master, for Antwerp; sailed May 12; 93daya ont. ■ Marpesia. ahip. 1,353 tons, S. Woxholt master. lor St. Jfazaire; sailed June 27, 57 days ont. JLodore, barqne, 136S tons, McMorty, jnasterTfor Swansea, sailed July 9; 32 day?, ont. InTeriochy, barqne, 1,339 tons, P„ J. Milne, master, for Newcastle, SF'S.'VT.; sailed July 28,16 days ont. Abeona. barqne, 919 ton», Ck»X master for Newcastle, N.S.W. Sailed August 5th! 9daysonfc. .

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The Harrold Insolvency Case. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

The Ifarrold Insolvency Case. Adejcaii'K, Friday Night. The hearing of the Harrold Brothers* insolvency case was con tinued before Mr. Commissioner Rassall to-day. In cross-examination by Mr. Baker Mr. A. L. Harrold stated that ho could not. remember the last day on which the firm was solvent, bat remembered that the i firm's liability to Mr. J. H, Angas in connection with the Willowie Pas toral Company was about £180,000.

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

VESSELS IN HABBOB. . Birer FaUoch, ship, 1S86 tons, Wilson, master, from Bremerhsven. Republic, aisip, 1287 tons, Lercb, master, fcom PugetSonni -~v Inyereak, barqne, 1297 tons, Langford master, from Antwerp. Kaditia, steamer. 1.709 tons, W. Donald son. master, front Itewcastlo, via Sydney and Adelaide.

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TELEGRAMS. [By Telegraph.] Second Charge against Newman. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

telegrams. Telegrapb.J Second €iiarge against Newman. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. Adelaide, Friday Night. Afc the Criminal Court to-day a secoad charge was preferred against George Gough Newman, late bead master of Whinham College, of assaulting a boy papil oa May 27 *ast. The prosecatioa was unable te sab* staatiato tho charge, and the case broke down. The accased was then discharged.

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Railway Time-table. P&ssengeb Tbains i'aoar Poet Pibie to Adelaide To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tero ivie .• Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. To Adelaide, via Blytk and Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10,20 a,in,; Centra Ftation at 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. ■ ■ ; ABEIVAI.S. Prom Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train at 440 a.m. Prom- Broken . Hill, - and Terowie via Petersburg. Central Station at 10.4 a.m.; Ellen-Streat 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. ' . , * Prom Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central Station at ■■ 7.47 pjn.j Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m. .

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

The Interest, barque, from Antwerp, brines s cargo of coko for the Broken Hill Proprietary Co. Captain Langsford re ports leaving Antwerp on Saturday, and aacboringths samoday atFloshing -wiih a trcstcrly^ale- keft Flushing injtowon ths iOtlx but meeting -with dirty weather, put back again to Flushing. Left again in tow oa the 15th and jcast o3 the tug next day at Beachy Head. Waa off the Lisarda on the 18th and picked op the NJB. trades on May 29th, 22 W.; 2430 W. 3i<»t trader 7K.; 24W, on Juno 4. The SJ3. trades werepicked upin Lafc.2N.and long;23W'.onth» 8tb. LostS.E. trades en the 19thi 28 S; 35 30 W. Moderate to fresh breezes were then experierced till off Tristan d'Acunha. From thence tothe meridian of Cape Lauvrin, raoderateto strong gales* shifting from North to N.W., with dirty *eatt»er^ accompanied by Itaanyj Ifghtning throughout. The Easting -was ran down in about 38 and; 39j S.lafc, and some good rannins was isada, areragifig 242 miles in 12 days. From Loawin ...

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

Sperfciag Notas. [By Viatob.] Daring the past ; seven years Mr. W. R. Wilson won £10,000 in stakes. In twelve years the late Hon. J. H. White accounted for £121,000, one season alone (89-90)being responsible for £22,039. Martin Payten, brother to Tom. of that ilk, is bound for India to take charge of a team of horses for a Prince, and expects to have Paul Pry once more under his care. In New Zealand coursing-meetings the system of judging from a stand is becoming very popular. Recently the Judge placed the number of l points scored by each dog on a large blackboard, similar to a cricket score. This is as it should be, and must give more satisfaction than the present course adopted at the various plumptons. The first day's meeting in connec tion with the A.R.C. Grand, .National Meeting: takes place ; to-dav. and;: should prove more than usually interesting. There are 17 left in the -National. Hardies, and they are a much better lot thau Sunflower spreadeagled last season; - Conven ti...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. TVTATT, ARRANGEMENTS. i Business hours from 8.30 'a.m: till 7.30p.m: 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;30p.m. i SThe office is open for a quarter of an i hour for the delivery of letters after the arrival of the mails every evening. ! Mails arrive and close as follows:— AEEIVAIi. From Adelaide and Offices south t»f Terowie at 4.40 a.m. ; From Adelaide and intermediate, offices at 4.55 p.m. . - From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. From Petersburg andintermediate offices at 10.13 a.m. 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 Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m :'1 DEPARTURE. " ' i For Adelaide and intermediate offices at i 10,5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. < For Adelaide and offices south of Terowie at 10p.m. ; ...

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Our Wonderful Century. THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

©%£ "Wea&ezfal Oesfcary. I THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE i Dr. Wallace, in his new Look, " The "Wonderful; Century,"- credits the nineteenth century: with -thirteen first-class -inventions and- practical applications of science. These are^ Railways, Steam Navigation, ,the Electric Telegraph, the Telephone, Friction .Matches, Gas, Electric Lighting, Photography,' the Phono graph, the Rontgen Rays, Spectrum-: analysis, Anesthetics, Antiseptics. 1 ; Everyone will have items to add t<r this list. We, for our . part, might, add rotary printing machines • and processes of manufacturing paper which have made " modern -news papers possible. An engineer would have something to * say about the Bessemer -process for steel; the ootton-spinner, the wool-spinner, the hardware manufacturer could; all put in claims. ; Theoretically the century has revolutionised thought.- Chem istry, physiology, astronomy, geology, and medicine are as new sciences; The theory of evolution runs through ...

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

"The /youthful Queen of Hollahd (says tW " Woman at Home") is fair, with blue eyes, and her face lights up with animation when she talks. There is no doubt that she has a: strong will and great originality of character, and it is farther whisp ered that she has vowed she will not marry except when she love?, and that there would be stormy scenes if any pressure was brought to bear upon her in this matter.;" She went to- Paris recently to enjoy herself, and was out quite early in the morn ing tiding in the Bois or visiting the sights. Pictures seemed greatly to interest her, and she " did" the Luxembourg and the Louvre most thoroughly, and on a very sensible plan too. When Her Majesty pnK posed to visit one of the galleries, a section only was selected, and she would devote two hours or so to it, returning another day to take up some pther section. : Green appears to be the young queen's favourite colour, for nearly all the costumes in which she; appeared in Paris were made of materi...

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A Clever Cattle Stealer. (From Tuesday's Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

A Glever Oattle Steales1. (From TuesdayVidnjus.) Among the .criminal classes the teixn claiming" is widely tinder stood to be synonymous with stealing, bnt in the case of Thomas Bunnell it is .literally so. Bunnell is a self confessed cattle thief, who was arrested at Keilor yesterday by Mounted-constable Stewart, of Broad meadows, and a man who has been carrying on an extended: series of stock robberies during the last seven •ot- $igbt;.;monfchs.> • He;rwaiched the advertising columns of the daily, press, and immediately he noticed' that any irate owner of a paddock.or garden announced that; cattle •: had strayed on. his premises he lost no time in visiting the advertiser, and,c, after expressing the greatest sorrow ihat he should have been the; un conscious means of any damage or loss,- bullied the vagrant animal in the manner of a veritable owner, and made himself so very agreeable that the owner of the property nsually eiided^ by-thinking • the owner of the beast a real good;...

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

THE Howard Smit(| Line. Tkf gteutws th'w line will sail taia Pot o S3 JoHowa (etcumsta»« p«tm«ttjDsr) r r •% S.S, DAWN POJlTAlTGpSTA ' SAT0B0AY. AUG 13 rOI^AOEtiAJOE ) (Pastcnsers an4 Car*o.) V'BES^-To POBT AUGUSTA, Saloon, 12s. GO. •: STEIOBAOE. *.«. , ot To POBT ADELAIDE. Saloon. 20s. :St<*rag«, P.1- Botzotl Trig *1* Aognsfcv Edithbnrgb. ami AdeUiilo last to fort Pirte, S5s. Regular Fortnightly Service. TOHTADEUaOE \ S'S* ERA* c-vnVEr r fSATlTEDAT, Aug 16 lEWCASTtE^fcU I QVBEHSliAHD Porta J KOTE.—literal Duseoan* aS Stoerago tires to QacdiMlaml Pffrts. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. BON-SCRY ) EAELT. FBEMASTLE y sssstss: COiLt ^ GOAL. COAL. Best How-wtoia, Eoyioo, anil Blieksmith*B COAL spppKed at barest prices, largo or small quanti ^J-sallon Tanks and Irca-bark Spokes for sale at' lowc3i|rice3^ pajtjTOiara oa application to Wm. Howard Smith & Sons' Proprietary, LIMITED. Ellen-street, Fort Firie. The Adelaide Steamship Company,...

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

smsme imwa. Port Pirie,—Latitude, 33 deg. II zoin S.» Longitude, 138 <l«£. 1 tain. E. ABBIVALS. August 10—Sadica, steamer (A.SJS. Co.), 1,707 teas, Wm. -Donaldson, master, from Newcaaila, Tia Sydney and Port Adelaide. Cargo—-3,350 tons coaL Adelaide Steamship Co., Agents. August 10—Inveresk. barque, 1,297 tons, W. H. Langford, caster, from Aobferp, May 11th. Cargo—>1,350 toos eoke Brokeo Hill Proprietary Company. Passengers—Mrs, arc HastcrLangford. • August 10—Tarn (yShanter, ketch, 15 teas, Spero, master, from Fort Brotsghton.Carg®—Flax. August 11—Adonis, ketch, 50 tons, Gynell, master, from Tickora, Cargo —iSISS. August. 11—Broughton, ketch, 46 tons, Hodgeman, master, from Tickets. ; Cargo-—Plus. August 11—Bobsrfc Borns, ketch, 45 tons, Bason, toaster, from Tickers. Cargo —Flos.. Aagast 12—Yirid, ketch, 48 tons, Iverson, master, from Tickera. Cargo—Pins.

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

i- , _«.T .... 4352^^ H.^A. <fc WT GQP, IMPORTERS;^ GENERAL , " ' >*** 3 & ||f £ >«r| s5 V 1 Stock as usual, large and welf aisM^sfl dggmti^fs.41 4- l%8?.al Jjjspqjmt for .C&ali. ;Sej9,pirotilaisj,/4 ■ 1T-.S '^iTfFWs'Fg"/k? e';1 *"f5 - ■■».'■ ,-• : i • ■■■■-■: .fe^ .*>.•*il tvf;r Bail way. &iX*feiiei*al Carriers^ V'." * cnstojns, Wm-M waiowj BRANCHES .'AT ALL! RAILWAY RTA'CTOaifwi Adelaide, Port , Abeiaibe, Pmf Pirie, BROKEN HILL;. JL'•> > Hi 1 Goods consigned' "to'' "its * are delivered to Store Doors1 'fi\ the Town and Suburbs. - c * -* • / j "WHARF"~AND^ STORAQfe"' A ft nnM^^T^inT-^yF - ^ " J OFFICE: ON WHARF, ELl^ST^ETp-pgffTfojftlfc iaaD m :m$&4 PIANOS, PIANOS/; : ;« • ORGANS. ,OBQ#M8g*<.j ^■The largest Stog^to. seleet; from ,ln 'AdelaiiSe.^i Lowest, Prices,!;* •■• ' Time Payments'/!l Woodman's, Grfebfeil-street, Adelaide!. —^*• tv * ■• •■• ■ ■■ ».<»; . Vr<%-7-rj?v i W-jl'i porter^/°f E v...

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

Taa&sslS&ra&ilsgl the ejohst who ssk hi^ssll'the"task of ridings 100 S3it08 ;& dMy fep 355 days^was still g^gkv^ciC when the -lasfe-EEglfeh mails left, on J ana 20fchlast, Edwards having up to that date ridden 17,100 sailea in 171 days. Motor cars, sosm ia be supplanting *he e2^p ; ia . ^he" &SecMaua of the French srigfeocs&cy, and i&ianow no uncommon thing to's# a whole club oat on their petroleum" tricycles. Sprinkle, sprinkle»greafc big cart Hp sod down the sloppy mart; Sprinkle, be itcold or hot, Wefrcr dry, it matters not Whafc though whieelraen wail and weep Keep fche mad two inches deep; -lei har.flicksr in a flood, Streets were made for mixing mud. ^ —Mtsneapciis Journal. '' At - the recent kNeW South Wales eleetaona a Farramatta candidate was asked quite esrioasly VAre you in fayoarof bicycle^ arid opera (glasses being snppjied to the nsomployed to look£orwo?k F* Needless tosay the query brought ihe houssdown,. The - 2...

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

Tlie fifth competition inconnection with- the Port Pirie Gun Clab for the Player Gap was shoe off on the club's grounds, Lealholme, on Wednesday afternoon, and although not attracting many spectators, a good deal of interest was manifested.by • the cora .petitors and their friends. J. Sandow has won two legs, ' and N. Caram, G. Lush, and G. Miller one p.ap.h. After some good shooting G. Lush 'and WVPiayer tied with nine kills-each, H". Caram being a good third with eight. Sahdowi G. Knap man, T. Freeman, and W. McEwin each-seciureel.seyen birds .out- of ten. In shooting off the tie Lush won- the competition with five kills out of seven shots, using his second • barrel once, but in the match • proper he effected some pretty .kills with the last. A sweepstake was then "divided between T. Freeman and N. Caram with four kills, and the second sweep resulted iu a division between Lush, McEwin,. Player, and Oaram, the supply of birds having "run out. Scores— ■ f PLATES' cup. ! G. Lush, 24 ...

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