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The Noble Art of Self Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

She><2jTo1fle:';Axt'^ of iSelf. Ssfeaee; Captain 3. A.. Smith, lately of the Ordnance Departmehtfin -Bengali" in which place he lived for thirty 'yearsj and:-/where he . took, philosophical observations, has come to reside at ;Merton,.m the odoivms: Districts of Mitcham^; (says the London , corres pondent of the :i2egisto^) ; The o*bei day he proposed' the following!;resolu tion for- tlie'considera'tiOu-' of the School iBoavcl there That, m order to counteract the. growing tendency of children tft.resort to,.the ose.of jkniyps ;and^pistols,reach;boys!i dppartraeptjbe furnished with two pairs of boxing gloves, and',subject' to the- 'approval of the Education Departjn^nt; insthic tiqns be given ih the use of the sane _by, a: competent: person, as part of-'the oidinary education of. the school," Hei urges that."tthe .boy . being father tothe raatt, w&should-begin-.withi'the youngster- in :the' school,' and ■ 'teaeb him that for an Englishman 'theie is only; oue ho...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Rich Find of Native Silver. BROKEN HILL, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

Midi Find of Silver. .'Broken* bim„ Friday night. !>icli , finja of native and home _ siljjOIL. .contiime_tp ljc niacle at thi; Consols mine. A splendid slug three ietfelongvaaij unearthed jestesiUy. -

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

HomiagHetss. • (By iW) 1 On Jane 26 ftteN.W.H.S. flew the ibirc Yoang'Birds* Race .from Brink wo ander - rather unfavourable conditions, -the weather .being ;dqll and showery. However, under -the ■' circumstances,: the average made hy the wim^ina: bird was .good;. - As jct l have heawl nothing officially/ but I am- informed by a com petitoMhat Me^srs.' HoanselL and King were placed first and second, ;with,Mr.. AVilkins occupying : third position, the velocity made being about 1,000 yards per minute.., The secretary of the Poet Piiie Homing Club-informs"me that: thdir ,nex!> race is froi^r , Rose wori hy, ■ a distance of 102. niilps aicline,. .when, he thinks, about, 50 "bird^ will .uampetek: :nHe alsa.sfcates;tliat >Mjv >Ti >Leahy,a ;member^. of. the.,above ,ciuby having recoveied ftom a-. very serions illness, 'will* be competing. Messrs. Leahy and;T£antiudon-are <fche owners jOfjBQme very-smart Melbourne birds, [."and. with any sort, of'luck will ndtjbe . fa...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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VESSELS ON PASSAGE FEOM PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

VESSELS ON PASSAGE FEOM POET PIfilB. - ^ Tythomo, Norwegian liarqao, 1,110 tohsi Brynildson. master, for Carthagena; "sailed March 25; '151 days out. ' '• ; Yarkand, ship, 1,273 toas.' London* master* forUnited Kingdom or channel j 'sailed April 15; 131 days dot. Amirai Tronde, French bar<jne.~ 1.417 ,<oit9, Mace, master, forL Swansea ^ sailed 3Iay 7; Id) days oat. ~ Marion milantyne, ahip. 1,557 tons, - Higgins, master, for Antwerp;; Sailed May 12; KHdays onfc.' *<• ; Marpssia. ship. 1,353 tons, S. Woxholi? finaHtor.' £o»rSt. Nazairo; sailed Jarie jlV, GSdaysoufc. '' ' " Lodoro, barque, 1363 tens,- MeMurfcy, rl&i3tcr,for Swansea, sailed Jtily 0, .43 da^s * out" "* "■ / ' 5; Republic. ship, 1287 tons, Allen, master," for Itoircastl*, sailed August 17, 10 days "out - '

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Disgraceful Scence in the New Zealand Parliament AUCKLAND, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

DisgrawTuI Sceiics In Use New Zealand Parliament Auckland, Friday NigliL A nnmbtrr of unseemly scenes have - taken place in the Hansa of-Hepre3 entatives d a ii ngth e past woelq and last nsghfc fhey'cdrminajed in a dis gnrcefol wrangle. " Mr. Taylor, the ptohibitioiiist mern^ap for CJhrifeiclinreh, opdeivored to read extract* from a letter having rofereneefco another member's private business, bnl was rdled onfc ofvorder. A disgraceful scenethen took place, during which Taylor called the aggrieved., member "a -m'siirable coward." Thess words were taken down and jcntvsi-cd ia tho journals of the House on the "motion "of i ho Premier (Right Hjb. It. Sjddun), nvho; bitterly de nounced tho way in which certain members'of the Honse have conducted themselves for some time past

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

"Vessels ij? hsbbob: ~ Bifor-Failocl^'Shii^.ioiKjf togs, wuisoa, - master, from Bremerhaven. : -IiiTCisak; barqu.% .1297 ton?, Langford, • :iaasteiV from Antwerp. , *_ "Willyaina, stcnmer. 1713 tons, Barry» "lasx^r.irffmNcTrcast?^ ——— ®'Coasters.-5-Hefea,-Kws)lj IDawn. Success, rA^ni^lfcberfcBvras. J&pperby. Maldon Lewis, . Mary, Elizabeth Annie, Ne^r Arrival, CbfciL * ' ' '

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The Fatality at the Adelaide Railway-station. AN AVOIDABLE ACCIDENT. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

file Fatality at the Adelaide Railway-station. ANf AYOIDAIJLE ACCIDENT. Adewudk, Friday 2*ighfc. - The adjourned iufj'iesl on the body of Thorns* Crowley, who was killed (it ' the Adelaide r.tilw.iy-st;itio» throog'j ih-rcollapsc of rotteo timbers was concluded to-day.' The jury Sound ,fh;ifc the accident resulted throttgh j.rofer preennliotis not having been -Uikt'ii 10 examine the fcirobciv, general c tt elcssness, ami other points wliicli thoy ennme rate in their ret diet.

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

1'ost- mid ~Wt - 1 MAIL AERANGEMENTS. Bysraesshoarsfr/nn {SyJOa-pi^tiil 7.30p.m. diiilyj'esc'ep'fc'Sstardays^srliei^isia'open* from 8 30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Money Order" O^aca from /10 a.m. to 5 P'?1* . - - / % Savings Bank A{rency.from"S.30 aim. to 7.30 p.m:,.andonrSaturdajBtiIl pUiQ.p.mv v The -officft is open, Xpr a quarter of as boar for the dels vetyl'of letters 'ftftee tue I arrival of the mails every evening." -, I Mails arrive ai^d cioso as follows _ ( ARRIVAL. * , From Adelaide ' and "Offices'; 'sbtttR" of; iTero«vi® ai-4.4Gn.TO.,i , > J - From Adelaidaandintei^nediato offices at 4 55 pm. ' ' ' 14 From Broken Sill at 10.13 a.m._ % « I -. From Petersburg and intermediate offices I at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. j fEnjrajTri.pwiB^nd i'orE; jQerpieia? at 4. pm. ' "* r ■ From . SoIomontown~at 6.35 a.m., 9 15 -a.ip ,'atjd 4 lop m. ) i , i r From .Neishaby, (Tyednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 air1 >'Y DEPARTURE. For-Adelaids'and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 'p m. ...

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POINT LOWLY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

so ? *■ POINT ..LOWIfY./; .. August 26.-8 a.ro,—s.s. Dana passed tot Fine. • c> • •• ? • • :'' <'

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Our Goldmining Industry. PAYABLE GOLD NEAR MENZIES BAROSSA. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

Dor €o!dnili3ing Industry. PAYABLE GOLD NEAR MEXZIES BAKOSSA. . ADE&AiDB/Fi-idrty Night. With the advice of 'he Government Geologist (Mi*. H, Y« L- Browr) the Government lmve shad treated at Meant Torre ns tweniy-foar tons of cement from deposits on Cro'vn Lands within liaff a mile from the Menzies B-trossa mine. : Tho totitl petaius from fbe Traffery and cyanide process wore II ozs 14 which would pay handsomely if the cement were treated locally.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

trans! Pillars of Melbourne. '0/5/96 , > A rftiENO ADVISED f TO try WarN^"5 SAFE CURE f0 — LivER l P'^P And.1 FEEl-S^ ™AT iF -MflHY PEP® ^0 ARE SUFFEB!Ifli *«QM V1V£R COMPLfl" !'"-v KNEW HOW T^V COUlO Bt C03t0 &v.Warners 5fifE P.PRE' THEY wool® DELAY IN Tfl'NlNG IT HBenn£tT M.P. Pa1UAMENT HOUSt n,!5'?/?,E«V .^fASURE IN MY TESTIMONY,. ^SPtcrmG iAcY OF WAR^£r5 HAVE RECOMME',C^P '• To MANY e,°T«HtOtJEANOfl11 5AV TUEY HAVE nccf* ^C^EATeENEflT,^ Especially those ^ ffERlNC FROM! *lD A>ie>XIV£R trouble^ ^0«) Geo Tho«n' "M.P MRS. A. NY,KIEL (Late bf Adelaide), Wishes to intimate to the residents o£ Port ipirie.and surroundingdistrict tliat.she -is prepared to execute orders for -Ladies 'and Children's Costumes in the Latest:. Styles.^ iPerfect;-fit:-guaranteed..;--Costumes • from 10s. 6d. . ;-Teims Cash: ■■ Florence-street (nextrio Christian Chapel) Port Pirie." ; Prevention of Typhoid.4 rriHE new PATENT BERKE i- FELb FILTER, highly recom mended and used by the Health; Offi...

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Major Heaney. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

'Accompanying his portrait- in Sifc a relay's 'Evening Journal a e the 'following'particulars'of the career -off: the C'e«k of,.the Port Pirie local Cour.t:— tt | , M-,ijar G; W,,IL Heanpy was e3a eated_,afc "Woolwich, .Kent, England, and-was for seven years in tlie. Royal ■ r Arsenal anderColonels'Tulloch? and Clarke; and iWas in :the - Gonstrufetion School. -At'the'early age of' sixteen; >he .w«ts enrolled in. the lOtli,,now the 3rd, Kent Royal t Arsenal. Artillery, and j served' for- five years under iGdloneliEllisii^rith-5Major'iG^eetJiani:, as Adjutant. Whilst, with thn corps "he had'the'hon&r of being1 tone of the gnardof honour - to receive - -'{lie Prince^ Alpxan^ra, at 'Gravesend prior,to her marriage witfi the Prince of'Wates. Arriving in Soath Aus tralia when the military-spirit seemed, tb argi*eat'*extent' to have died ont, he ha3*no opportunity of bem'g identir. fied'with, th'e '•miHtary'f Imotrem^ntsv nnlil the formation of the National Rifle Associa€ibri.""...

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The Growth of Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

T2i@ growth of Canada. 'The total acreage of crops of all kinds 'unde^ cultivation in-Manitoba. ;fchis; year/is ;placedat 3^212,300 acres.; The year 18^7 _showed a very largp .increase Overl896. : J5ew portions of Manitoba are being opened -up for settlement and cattle raisin# and : dairyin^-nre-iudusti'iea—of- growing,, importance. A .year .ago nsarly 2,40D,000 il>.-;of bafter ^and; nearly.' 1,0.90,000 lb. of cheese,were made in the.province. ;.Then ifc.is to befyorn in: mind that.,.<great asv the. resources! . of • Manitoba av«». it 'is a ^ sorfc/jof - model farm on a gigantic scale, an vexample of what can be done in the millions of acres of feriile laud that await- the, plough in tne NorthrWest; - « ,

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The World's Great Chess Players. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

7TT . . . " ~ ~ W§sld's - Orsat' £2»33 Hsjess. S. M. Herald* Vienna correspon dunfon theinterraional chesstourna ment-at Vienna—-which it has since been-cabled was won by Tarrascli,witlr Pillsbury s.-cond, Janow.ski third;, and Steimtz forth:— !- The.international chess tournament has been going tm in^Vienna^ since Juiiel-i--There ate 2J~p«ayers, and leach lias to play tvo games with each jnf the others. There are ten prizes, 'Pillsbury, the American'- champion; -Br,' Tiirrascli, f he German, -1 and Janowski, the French repsesentutive are taking, the lead. Ifc may safely be anticipated that.tbe laurel of the first prize, will fall to one of . thenu Steinitz, the old lion it at present sbracketed fourth. ' Despite his geniuS,: old-age is Tjeginning to tellupon him. * jS.Mnetinies hispowers do -nothdld oat~r Recently he gained seyen ginics running, and lost on fonr. consecutive days.' Sfci l, he exciles the admiration the chess world This time how - ever, he will -hardly be in- the fi...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

THE Howard Smiffi Line. The Steamer* of ttuslina will an troia F«r ■ For . . *\' fubt AUGUSTA t S.S. DAWN 1 EumiBb'EG ■ { ■■ POBT ADELAIDE } (Paggeagera and -CangN), FABESs—'To FOB? AUtil'STA.SiIooa, 12s. Gl. - BTEEBAGE. To pout ADBLAIDE. SaIoQ3i 20s.; Sieeraje, li3. fi. BoandTnn tu.; Aosasta, E^ithborgh. *a<! A4eUi<i» tuck to Part Firii, SSs. Regular Fortnightly Service. POUT ADELAIDE I 1 ®*S* TIME, KTD3KT , /WEDNESDAY, 5EWCUSTLZand.il I Anff.31 <)OSS*JSLAHD Ports J : • •_ y J»OT&—liberal Discoont off Steerage fate* to ■ Qn<mt*laEd'Port*« ■■■:;■■ West Australian Goid-i ■;v:v':fields.:&;■< UEG0CAR SKIiVIGE ®M PORT i ADELAIDE. KBUKT I - \ , eaely. KMANTI.B C . . . , KALDTON J ' ; ; To BCNBUBY FfiKMANTf/B OBBALDTON . ^ PiiS»ngDT* bcoktsd rij;h» through to th« GaldEeMs. Ail FrtishU ami Pjusisjer Lira* at: Loves* Bates. COAL. COAL. COAL. B«st tInaMhol<I, Engine, and EUciymltfc'ir CO A t aspplist at lowest ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

Port Pirie.—Latitude,- 35 deg. II mia. S.;,X.oagitu<25,133 <les-1 mia. & ' AHEIV.WLS. ;i-"3vl August 24.—Willy amis, steamar, (AJS.S.C.) s iH3 tea*, Bitrx. Blaster, irom N««r * castle vii Port Au^-astis.' Cargo—3200 tonacoat. Adelaida Steamship Com* jsaay. agents. Angtssfc 24—Age. steamer, (Howard Saiith line) 1&*3 tons, Redford, master, from Newcastle, via Wallaroo. Cargo s:.^}4^tt3ts^e^;-r*WiHiaa^Howa3Ri J5ai&A3oa«r agents. . August 24.—Jfcsry .Webster, schooner, ^ §3 „ toaa, G«o. CaraweU, master, from Port Aii^nst 24—BtongSion, ketch,-. 46 tons, * llalgemaa,1' inaster, from" Tickers: . ^sas*-rVla&' - ■> > > j Aagcst2£—Ufapperby. ketch, 70"tons, J1 /Anderson, master, from Tickera. *; 'CSi^o-^-Flux. ; Aaj;C3fe ^5—Maldon Levis, ketcb, 52 tons, Littleby, master, from Port Adelaide . ,▼*»• port Germeia.. In ballast. . Ao»n?t 2j.—Sir W. Foster, feetcb. 20 tons, Popa, mieter, from Point Webling. Cargo—Flos. Angest 25.—Helen ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

_ J- .'.M ."T KaOway, General Carriers, Customs,! Sbippiiig and = Forwardipg. Agents BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY- STATIONS Ademioe, ■ Port Ademidjs, > Port Pirie ~ BROKEN {HILL : -' Goods consigned to lis are delivered to Store Doors in the Town and Suburbs: - - I v l * j . WH^BP^AND^SToSAGB?A^bMMbl)A.TION. QF^!P.£,: QN WHARF, ELLEN STREET^ PORT PIRIE WOODMAN'S Pianos. PIANOS, Morgans, organs. ^IIh5 li-4rj»esl; Stoek to sclecfc from -in Adelaide.^ 1 v- - 5 ' "—-—— , , , .\ Time Payments; V * Lowest - Prices. Woodman's, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. S. MARSHALL & SONS, Importers of Every Descijplion of . luiim iiifiiiiim CAS'Y TERMS. EASY TERMS? "THE PQLYPHON°" (This New Musical' Box.) , - r ✓ PRICE LISTS and Catalogues on Application. Application, NOTE THE ADDRESS , . ,S, MARSlIALL .& SONSi' o2, RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. WATERBURY WATCHES. , I ! THE Medal of the World's Columbian Exposition BllQATySB AWABm0 TOR JHBSE CELEBRATED *)7ATCHE3 time-keeping;qualities are o£ 4lie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

'Siire Ciire for; Colds _ Irhen thejchildron get their feet-wet "and: take cold give them a hot foot-bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pecto ral, and put them to bed. The chances are - . ..they wiul bo allright in the mcnung.^Contince ^the Cherry Pectoral a; fe^ days,, until all congh has disappeared. . Old coiighs are also cored; we mean the ""coughs of bronchitis, weak throats and irrita ble InngsEven thehard coughs ofconsump - tioo - are~ always made easy and sometime * cored by the continued use of . Ayer's. . • ■■^Cherry -•Pectoral I id itm o wo ftocter'-'vrsJl-explaia this.to you. He ksowa that wild cherry bark is the best ? —remedy&cown toinedical science for sootid - ing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. You may rely upon Ayer's Cheny Pectoral to ■ stiCj^ * 9cr cough. ' ; jJJJOafirc worthless Imitations. Tho calna? # CUcyrr Vcctor.il I3 Wowrtta too glass o£*. cucli oottlc. -riit np lu two sizes.J ^ ? A well-known farnicr of Weston Hills, near S...

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent). A Determined Suicide. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

TELEGRAMS. (From oar oim correspondent). A ISeiermined Suicide. Adem Jdk, Friday Nighh . W. A. Firib, a native of New Zenfcnd, who lately arrived from ,Me\boorae,\coroRJtoed suicide at bis lodgings to-diy., - When the body was found blood was Sowing (rotn z woandin the left breast. A revolver, which deceased bad clasped in bis light band, wa* rcstiog on his abdomen. -

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A Death Warrant. OFFICER AND DYING MAN PRAY TOGETHER [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 27 August 1898

OFFICER AND DYING MAN PRAY TOGETHER ,,Neither ia romance nor in niclo rdrama Has a m are striking btfene been portrayed than that enacted in con-" hecfion' rwtth the' tragic" death of Alfred Pickeraell, the yonng married catting bis throat at Tooting-, in England. The reason which .impelled Pickernell to take his life was .the knowledge that a. warrant ha 1 been issued at the instance of his iem -ployers for.,-his arrest. - -Inspector Hobson, of the city police, executed the warrant, bat before taking his prisoner away he allowed him to have something; to eatvt! After he liad; kissed his wife and said good-bye Pickernell made a bolt for the door, And raced upstairs to the bathroom. Inspector.-. Hobson managed to catch hold of his foot, but he himself stumbled. Quick as lightning Pick ernell was in the bathroom, the latch was poshed to, and then to iryand end his tijonbles chos entf^his throat.' Efforts:7Wer« made-fo bnrst the door, bnt the man himself opened it and admitted the Insp...

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