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

/By InO; " y - Big veloci ties and dis jnalificafcions 38em to he the order of the day in Ade lai de. For; some time there lave be&nramors^bf seals Ibeing tam pered with, evenlastyearlbelleve it was suspected that this sort ' of thing carried -on. It is gratifying to fanci ers that two owners, wand guilty "of such a con temptible action, have been punished to the foilextent(viz); dis qualifica tion for life. Pleasant hey! It is sur prising what, some men will stoop to fcjr^^f^"^^trjr 'shilIirigiB, and for the bold attempt to putdown this sort, qf- thing and try topurify.the spotV the committee of the S.A.H.C. are to he congratulated. There are rumors of challenges between mem bers of the Worth-Western club /from Biverton. If such is the case, I would advise them' to give it up as they Only promoteill-feeling,especially where young and . inexperienced fanciers are concerned. Some time agolwasasked to defer any com ments on a certain statement • made by a member of the P.P.H.C...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The 1899 Election. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

\ ~- XaB*EMXOB»~-v " | Sir—The 1899. election is near at hand, bat the time &r electors to registar thoir vote is nearer stilly as there is only abont sue weeks left to be in time for the next elections, and if t&sworking men do not see that their names are on the roll there will be a lot of labor members left oat in the cold.. As -the Kingston & Co. do-nothing publxc-worke policy has driven hundreds: of the workers ont of the conntry the labour vote will be very small, and to have effect must be solid. If it was safe I would like, to see some of the ladies : on thewar path. We mast admit that women have not had fair representation j in Patliament, and never will till they are represented by women, aod 1 cannot sea why women wonld not be good members of Parliament. We often consult them oa basinesa matters, and ere guided by their opinions. We make them keepers of oar honour and mothers of our children. We leave the morals of a -yoao'g family to the mothers t...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Port Pirie Recorder SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1898. Music and Morals. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Kte fott §itk . jUcotbtr Satprday, August 13,1898. Music and Morals. I Professor Marshall Hall, who occupies the Chair. of Music at the Melbourne University, has published a book of errotic verse which has called forth unmeasured condemna tion from. the Press of Victoria. The Professor is a queer fellow. In his own field of music he is a prince at whose feet the musical world of the sister colony is proud to sit. Out of it he is a pauper—a silly, vaporing pedant, whose conceit and want of judgment make him a public cockshy. He is fond of entering the literary arena,- where he tilts at' critics with surprising sentences and most extra vagrant posturing. The book, which seems likely to cost him his position, is not his first attempt at versifying,! he having some months ago launched a volume of miscellaneous verse on the sea of public opinion? This venture was the subject of so much thinly veiled irony, and even ridicule, that one would have thought the author would not haye been in a...

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

Photo Stock Dealers, 48, PIBIE-STBEET, , ADELAIDE. Large Stock of Latest Photographic Apparatus. Ifeuj Illustrated Catalogue post-free.

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The Post Pirie Show. APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

. Post Pine Show, APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES. - We are pleased to note that the A., El., nnd F. Society have adopted the sensible plan of appointing only one judge for each section, exceptin g where there is a wide variety . £ of classes, at ' the forthcoming Show. The following gentle men have been requested to adjudicate Grain—Mr; J. Mansom. Draught Stock—Mr. H. B. Hughes, Booyoolee. ■ Roadster Stock—Mr. J. Christison, of Clare. Cattle—Mr. .T. Sp.cer, of Laura. Sheep—Messrs. R. Mills (Beetaloo) and Ridgway (Virginia). Pigs—Mr. R. Cleggett, of Laura. Dogs—Dr. Stewart. - Poultry — Messrs. T. Marshall, T. Brown, and T. J. Reynolds. Dairy Produce—Messrs* A. W. Sand ford aud W. Hamlyn. : Machinery and Implements — Messrs. A. McCallum (Caltowie). D. Steel (Red Hill), and G. Inglis (Georgetown). .Fruit and Vegetables—Mr. H. Copas, of Wirrabara. Flowers—Mr; Young, of Crystal Brook. Educational—Ms. Gill. Needle and Fancy Work—Mesdames G. M. Wright, G. F.'Claridge, aiid H. C. .Warren.-'-."...-' ...

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England's Spiritual Peers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

ISaglaad's Spiritual 2?eers ' The " spiritual peers " were trne to i their traditions in opposing the Bill to t legitimise in England the offspring of marriage in the colonies with a de ceased wife's sister. The timid bishops could see in this measure a heap of evil. Englishmen who wished to commit the heinous offence of many ing their deceased wife's sisters would go to the colonies for this terrible purpose^ and remain there: for a time in order to defeat the laws of Eng land. Fearful,isn't it? It- is high time these foolish prelates were de prived of their political privileges. It says a good deal for; the conservatism of John Bull that they have been tolerated so long. Viewed in connec tion with their "high calling, the re lentless obstruction offered by the leaders of the Church of England to every movement of reform suggests | many painful reflections Summoned to Parliament in the first place for their piety and superior learning, they have for centuries consistently ob struct...

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

To the Heads of Families ; - - - sssnma ra., PORT PME AND DISTRICT. ARE YOU AWARE -that PHARMACEUTICAL and \ al- .1- METTIMf5 FA3ULT CHEMIST - - J Us 41s PiEa I I IPSOj ia TO Alexandsr-st.; Port PirSe (Tkrea Boars from Central Hotel.) WELLS'S FOR CLOTHING & BOOTS Cheapest ever offered ia the Fort. Get prices. Men's Strong Bluchers, 3s. 9d.; Extra Heavy Hungarian Nails, 3s. lid.; Men's Balmorals, splendid line, 6s. lid. RW&&zmon - %mmm. Aygo 13 BOLQisONTOWN Vi FLINDERS CMFiRE-G. P. DONNEfflORNE. M. ' QUAtOTED DENTAL SURGEON' Dentistry in all its Branches. Latest Principles. Stfinftwtiw guaranteed. I Nitrons Oxide Gas Daily, 5s. A Lagf in attendance for the eonTsniance of female patients* Angleton Steam, Chaff and Wodd Mills; ^QLOMOMTOWM^ ^E/iL¥EE §? nmm. Best Chaff, current rates. Catting done for the Trade. Best quality i Wood on Hand. | ; Orders left with Symonds Bros, will receive prompt attention. FOR SALE, subject to the consent of the Commissioner of Cro...

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The Rhymsters on Dewey. YANKEE DEWEY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

YANKEE DEWEY. Yankee Dewey cams to town, The town was called Manila; Yankee Dewey fired his guns . ; ^ And sank a hot flotilla. —Anaconda Standard, :z ANACTIVEQUANTITY. ' ^The Spaniards vowed theyld cheat us, They told us to beware; And tales of dark connivance, i Went floating throug the air. Quoth they, '" We'll send confusion The enemy amid!" - But now it seems they didn't, While Mr. Dewey did. DEWEY. Oh, Dewey was the morning Upon the first of May; , And Dewey was the admiral Down in Manila bay;; And Dewey were the regent's eyes, Those, orbs offroyal blue ; . : Did Dewey feel discouraged7 . I Dew not think we Dow.' • - —Ironqnil in 'Topeka 'Capital. BALLAD OF A CRUEL GOVERNOR. Oh. there was a wicked governor ' Lived on Manila bay; He used most shocking language, Most coarse in every way. ' There came a cruel Yankeeman From a fierce Green Mountain town, And when he got through with the governor. That governor couldn't sit down. New York Press. THE DEWEY MAY MORNING. Oh, they wake...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, August 13, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Commercial Report. I Recorder Office, Aujmst 13. 1898. I Wheat (Pt.Pirie) per bushel ... 0 3 4 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 3 2 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 3 1 Do. (Georgetown&Laura)... 0 3 1 Flour (Country) ... ... ... 10 10 0 Do. (Roller) ... ... ... ... 10 15 0 Bran, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Pollard, per bushel ... ... ... 0 0 10 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chafl^ per ton .. ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (Pt Pine factory) wholesale 1 1 (dairy) ... ... ... 0 0 9 Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... ... 0' 0 9 Ham, per lb ... 0 0 9* Bacon per lb. ...* ... ... ... 0 0 91 Lard, per lb, ... ... ... ... 0 0 9i Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 Onions, per cwt.... ... ... ... 0 14 0 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 11 0 0

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

CHURCH NOTICES. gAPTI ST G H U R C H. NEXT SUNDAY. Morning, 11—Rev. A, Bungcy. Evening; 6.30—Mr. J. Lander, of "... Moonta. ,.;: eONGREGATiONAI. CHURCH/ PORTP1RIE. NEXT SUNDAY. J Morning at 11—Rev. J. Chapman. ; Subject.—" Numbering our Sins." j Evening, at 6.30—Rev.W. F. James. Deputation from Bible Society. : PORT PIR1E WESLBYAK CHURCH. ^ ^':'NEST;St7NDAY. : ' ; Morning at 11—Rev. S. Rossitor. Evening at 6.30—Rev. S. Rossiter.

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The Farm. From the Journal of Agriculture and Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Fs cm tbe Jt ur/ud of Ajrieul'ure and Industry. : Wiwnever the crops are ■' winter proad" it rciU bo desirable to feed iisera down & little with sheep as earl; as possible. Where the soil has caked down a light harrowing will bs bent'fcial. - If tha plant is thin and Bpindlyf raUSrsfc when the soil is EseUo?? and jather &ryt and harrow tigoji&fie rT"~ Feed lambs and young rams liber* ally, and do sot harry to shear them. There will probably be frost till the end of September, and this T?i!l be prejudicial. Ewes that have had their Jamba taken away* should be kept on rat her short diet in order to check milk production. Whether; cows are kept or not, there ebonld he ample provision of ensilage. Horses, sheep, and pigs will to all the betterin health and condition daring aatama and early winter if fed with some ensiled green fodder. The greater the mixture of edible nutritions plants, the better; the silage. Sifos are bestin tha long; ran, bat ifrio'ensilagepts...

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

COfTLR:^^£sfc?^:: , . . > - * v' w ""5"S. '5 .?! >i ' r I xjif* -• » .• ■ * >.-* > ( t f ' j 5 ■: ■v Irnporter, > * , ! Has now^Wedia|b% assort j -« SReiNG DRAPERY. ; Children's Straw Hats 6ds jeacliat Cottiers, Gloves 3d. pair. Ladies' Gem-:'$t;i*a!ii^ at Cottle's, Cheap. If you want good pattern Prints, 2JcL ciid, 4£d yd. See COTTLE'S. Dress Materials, new and ehdiea double1 width, 6d. yard at pottle's. White Muslins Is Od doz at .Cottlb's. :; Ladies'cashmere Hose 9d pair. Nainsook do. 2s lid doz at Cottle,§9 White ;>Honey Comb:Towels 2d each. Men's Straw Hats Is each. Boys aii<i Youths Straw Hats tld each at Cottle's. Meifs^ Twee&f aC Cottle's the cash Draper Men's scarfs, ties, ande.oHars;^ a£ special prices. if ypu- w^iit really goodvalue' |ip|w;^n^psit Od{ile, ■ ~ , !' He 'is a OaahOrapes' arjd Direct Importer. mRS.^C^ - r'" Has reopened hir' ■ ."V": Dining Booms in Dawd^eeif''"/ And solicits a:continuance; of patronage • r .. MEST CLASS ME...

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

George Newman, alias Clarke, was charged at Salisbury on Thursday with the wilful murder of William Ward. After drinking at thsviilage inn on Saturday night, ' Newman and Ward lost their way and quar relled as to the best route, They fought and both fell. Prisoner then went to sleep under an -elder bush. He said he did not know he -had killed deceased until he fouiul him lyings dead: early the' next morning. He gave himself up voluntarily and said it was only a fair fight. The medical evidence, however, was to the ^facfc that Ward was strangled with a piece of rope, similar to one foand sear deceased and^prodnced in court. Tbe Magistrates reduced the charge to manslaughter and Newman > was committed for trial. A responsible home journal states, with what foundation in faefc remains to be seen, that the Princess Victoria of Wales has had an offer of marriage from Lord Revelstoke. The interest ing interview is said to have taken place during the festivities in connec tion with the ...

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

XHTBushmen , JJselit For Cleansing the Blood it has no Equal. "Wo give below the portrait and testimonial ci:^. oranger Ward otBrisbane, Queensland "Some years ago while in America I itafi fever and Ague, It left me in a rery weak state acd quits done up. I took some o! Dr. /Ayei'a Sarsaparilla and It soon not ma to tights and my strength retained. I can safely recommend avbts • AjvfB Sassaparttlft:

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

Marriage SULLIVAN—WALKER.— On the 4th August in the Congregational Church, Port Pirie, by the Rev. J. Chapman, John Thomas, second son     of Mr. Timothy Sullivan, of George town, to Kezia Dinah, eldest dangh- er of Mr, Chas Walker, of Port Pirie

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

Port Germein (From our own Correspondent.) August 12th 1898. Mrs. Augus Fuss, a resident of Baroota, met with a severe burning accident on Wednesday last. She was assisting her daughter in bathing a grand-child, and being in a stooping position against the fireplace, did not observe that her dress had caught afire until the material was in flames. The daughter immediately endeavored to pull off the flaming clothes, but before this could be done and the flames extinguished, Mrs. Fuss had been very badly burnt, principally about the legs and body. The suffer- er was immediately conveyed to Port Germein, 20 miles distant, and placed under Dr. Bain's care, but the doctor holds out very little hopes owing to the severe shock to the system. Messrs Steinthal & Co. held' an important sale of farm lands stock, implements, &c., on Wednes' day, on behalf of Mr. Geo. Crittenden who intends clearing out for Queens land shortly. There was a brisk demand for the various items offer...

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 August 1898

Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) August 11.   Yesterday was a great day here for   the local footballers. A team of smelters from the northern metropo-   lis arrived during the morning, and were very much in evidence all day in their gaudy colored guernseys and hosiery. A very exciting match was played in the afternoon, and resulted in the Brooks winning, amid much excitement, just before time was called. The game was fast from start to finish, and occasionally very rough. Partisan feeling showed itself continually, and the umpire's decisions were pretty freely criticised and challenged by those who were adversely affected. As both sides       complained of the umpire's decisions, we may fairly conclude that he held the balance level, and did justice to both parties. The scores were—   Crystal Brook, 4 goals 2 behinds. Smelters, 3 goals 4 behinds. The town presented. a. very gay ap...

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N.SW. Parliament. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 August 1898

N.SW. Parliament*. - Stdxev, tuo$rf$h$i«jtt' The New Soutli Wales Parliament was opened to-day. :Sir; 'Joseph' Abbot was re-electcd Speaker nnop* posed.

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The Pastoral Bill. ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 August 1898

The Pastoral Bill. Apeljude, Tuesday Night. In tha Assembly .to-ilay.- the" Pastoral Bill was farther amended in committee, so as to bring it more into harmony .-with, the ,r reeotnon dntbns of the Ucjal Commission.

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Drainage Works in the South-East ADELAIDE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 August 1898

©raiHSige- W©rfc§;- in ' the South-East Adelaide. Tuesday Niglst The Hcnsc of Assembly .in-day passed a resGlnBojif. f\ authorising futtbor dnurmge.*wi>ikS in * tlie Soafh Enst,

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