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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898
ssmsmg hews. Port Pino.—liatifude, 33 dej». 11 min. S.; 13S3si^. 1 raliu E. ABKIVALS. July 9—Abcona, barque, 019 tons, Croal. roaster, from Bremen. Cargo—1033 tons coke. July 9—Adonis, ketch, 30 tons, Glynell, master, from coast. Gardo—Flux. July 9 — Napprrby, keteb, 70 tons, " Harrison, master, from coast. Cargo —Flux. _ ' July 9—Phasbe, Lc-tcli, 20 tons, Mike, master, from coast. Cargo—Flux. July 9—Slerte, ketch, 20 tons, Anderson, master, from coast. Casg»—Flux. July 3—Frances, ketch, 12 t^ns. Eurgoyne, master, from wwt, Caig?—Flux. July 9—Gambiar L fcetch, 45 tons, 1>, A. Diuevn, master, from coast. Cargo —Fliix. July 9—Jessie Darling," steamcrj 153 tons Derry, master, from coast. . July 9 — Nelcebee, steamer. 98 tonr, Bynton. ? master, from Port Turton. Cargo—Flnx.!^ July (>—l[Jritx'8, hulk (in to*r of Nelcebee), from Port Turton. Cargo—Flux. July 10—Cadeil, steamer, 93 tons, John ston^ master, from coast. Cargo— Finx. July 10—Robert Burns, keteli, 45 tons, Eason, master,...
CITY CHATTER. THE CRISIS REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898
CITY CHKTTER. By Twitteu. THE CUIS1S EEVIVED. A detailed narrative of the political manrearring of the past two or three weeks would fill a three-volume novel, and bo as interesting as most fiction. 1 am cot going to attempt to describe the genesis of the three-barrelled gun pre. seated gainst the life of the Ministry in the Assembly, bat it originated in two offences—its strength and endurance. To the Opposition tho accumulating sin of tho Government is that it is more than five yeara old, and to the Labour Party the growing evil is that it has become too independent. As a singular result w. have the Opposition contending for mea sures, and tbeLabour Party for men. tht former objecting to the ministerial policy and the latter to the personnel. What thi next remarkable development may be i is impossible t o say; but judging by the caballing going on, it may be that the i Opposition will be found endorsing the ! Ministerial policy as a means of ejecting the Government, and thereby of...
AN ILLEGAL OPERATION. OPERATOR FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898
AN ILLEGAL OPER \TIOX OPERATOR FOUND GUILTY" OF MURDER* . „ * _ SYDNETi Tnesday NififhK At an inquest, on the body- of. the yonng woman, Maud Hcdgt?a, who diedthe other day from tho ejects of an illegal operation, & verdict of tviifa^ murder was returned against Madeline Allen,-or Byrnes, vrho it Is alleged caascd fapr denth. _ How to Preserve BtrrTF.R,—A French merchant propose? to preserve batter in a fresh condition for practically any lenalh of time by a 'Tea-ouahte nsc'; of fluoride of sodiam dissolved in water. This solat:on is colorlcs*. odoarle?^ absolutely harm! as* ar» 1 » a powerfoi antiseptic. It is vs&l in proportion of fivsto-SS) parts bywei«lst ti 10&> parts of -sratsr.; The frssh batter « pkeri i:i this ani kneaded np instaankally. When this is doas &lt;h» fclos'cs of batter arts jut m at a'r-iighfc receptacle wilb & cove? ierraetically closintj ii, and a space » left ever the batter-to bo filled np with a eolation; if s...
VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898
VESSELS IN HARBOR. Willyaina, steamer. 1713 tons, P, Barry, ranstetyfrom Newcastle, lor«jfiiihtor, 2-J5 ton 3. Anderson, master, from Port Adelaide. Inverlcchy bavqne, 1,33D tons, Milne master, from Antwerp. IJcpublic, ship. 1.2S7 tons, Lercli, master, fnun Sound. Flux llRifts—Adonis, Oambier' Lass, Konmtnviili'. Sir W. Foster, Mary, Robert Burns. Catlcll, Nolcolice. and Uribes.
Football. PROPRIETARY V. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898
Fobtb&ii. The Pcktek.I PROPRIETARY V. FLINDERS. The third meeting between thesu clubs attracted a very good attendances to the Recreation Ground on Saturday. Both teams were fairly represented, albeit Hannan was st-ill absent from the Pro prietary ranks. Turnbull filled his place as captain, and beating Conway in the toss, decided to have first use of the wind, vi Iiich was blowing freshly through the town goal. 'The ground was in fine order, but the breeze confined the play to one end most of the time, and somcwh.it marred what otherwise would have been a good game. The Flinders were the first to get away at the start, and their fol lowers kept it over the centre for a time. Palmer got in a tricky piece of play, and with the- assistance of Callaghan and Turn bull, the red were placed in a g&lt;;G"l position. They threw their chance away, j However, and Pavlich and Hewelt worked it out on the southern wing. Barry was prominent from the throw-in, and a run across the ...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898
Cricket, A committee meeting of the Early Closing Cricket Ciub was Iield on Friday night, when the averages for the season were presented, Messrs. 6. Green and S. R. Simpson being at the head of affairs in the b«tting and bowling respectively. Trophies were also given for the best all-round man and best fielder for 1897-8, and each financial member had a vote, the result being as foUo"va:—Beat all-round man—Trophy presented by Mr. W. Cottle, Vice-Presi dent, S, R. Simpson. Beit "fielder Trophy presented by Mr. C. A. Gure, Vice-President, G. Green. Batting Bat presented by Mr. P. Wells, Vfco Presidenfc (winner to b&lt;*t in half the Association matches), G. Green. Bowl ing—Trophy presented by G. F. Claridge. I President (winner to bowl 200 balls in Association matches), S. R. Simpson. | Lowest batting average—Presented by : Mr. H. J. Claridge (winner to bat in - half Association), W. J. Dodd ; average, '1*1 for 7 innings. Donations to the clab were received from the following...
The Heart of a Man. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 13 July 1898
file Hsast 'of a Maa. He was infatuated with a gir]. Her -hair .was golden, and the lithe ncss of her buil*l sug'gesfced eiderdown and champagne. She was innocent, .bat the style of her conversation roused the man's eariosity.,- It gave him no rest. The longer lie wondered about the •girl the lessr pcace of mind he had. They met frequently, each time of ' their meeting he felt. surer of his convictions, and lie determined to satisfy, his curiosity. There never lived a more jealous, girl than that particular one. - If a man wishes to ingratiate him self with &lt;i woman, one tiling let him remember: never to he seen under any ciicnmstances with : any other woman, whether she be wife or sweot lieart. A man can win a woman by well-assumed " bumseo." I5y ncuamod power over a woman all her gentler iustincis reveal themselves, and. to a man all women delight in appearing helpless. • Tin's the. man knew, and he bounced. The girl bowed to his; bouncing; and the mans mind was at rest...
PORT PIRIE MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
PORT PIRIB MATTERS. TO TRB EDITOB. sib, — a. tnougli t j ask strackj me / this ; evening as I walked down the street: What had become :of the1 police in'not clearing the footpaths from the hordes of man andbnya JUfin&lt;>polisi:ig lhein, \rhilsc women, children;' nnd other pedestrians were jostled about, instead of having a corafortnb'e walk,- and px'oventia^" them from setting s proper look at the "win dows'.. v It;seemed to mo - the shopfceep? era were standing in, their r.wn light- in alkmng this to occar. Whilst writing 1 may also; ask ..why the * inspector ; of nuisances does not attend fo some' of the hotel urinals forthe-gooiloE the nnforta— | nate neighbours—: ther : shop poopleavho | have to put up ti ith' this nuisance, and for the goid of the community at. large. Surely his. -nostrils are not devoid of smell, "and his ©ves: do not ■ rnnniw nnm. ^ -lam, etc " A CASUAL.VISITOR, Port Pirie, July t>, 1898. Thejbistoric Middle Park (SfcZ;) stud farm, of-103 acres...
Social Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
Sseial Mems. Dr. and - Mrs. W. J.' Walker gave an enjoyable dauce at their residence in Florence streot on Wednesday evening. At - the iuvitation \ of Miss Marjory Warren a very laigc'company. of lady and gentlemen friends and juveniles assemb led at the Institute last evening,'; when dancing and other amusements wore en gaged in. During the evening the gallery was thrown • open, and a large number of residents availed themselves of the opportonitjr to have a peep at the gay scene.' ■ The > hall, tras beautifully deGO rated wifch: bu 11H ng nndfoliage. .The company sang " Anld Lang Syne" and the National Anthem before le iving.
The Grounding of the Larnaoa. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
The Marine Board were-kept busy : during tlie greater part of Thursday, with two i enquiries into accidents to • the Adelaide Steamship Company's chartered coal steamer, the Larnaca.: .The first case dealt with was .the grounding . of .the viessel: in flinders s Channel on - Jane* 4. during- the voyage from Newcastle to Port Augusta. Captain Killey, the officer who brought the Larnaca outabmBngland was on board at the time asan extramate, owing to the fact that he did not hold a certificate for exemption from pilotage for Port Augusta. Captain Christie, wbohad previously been seirond mate of the Te^el, was in command, he having been 'granted an exemption certificate about four months ago. It subsequently transpired that Captain Christie had not been to Port Augusta for 16 years, and that. conse quently his recollection of the - vicinity was not too clear. The chart which , was in use also tended to confuse him, as there were some recent buoys and marks in the river which were not'sh...
A PRESS COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
A PRESS COMMENT. Commenting on this: Hooley case'1 the city • editor &lt;>f i the St.; JamesV Gazette say.s: — " Mr. Hooley ."will; render the , City an incalculable] amonut of good if he will only pro-] ceed to let. the world know the rasca-i lity practised by some financial: journalists. Many ? other ■ financiers ^ could unfold a story* as bad as that which is promised us by Mr. Hooley., We know, fir inst.mco, that the late Mr. -Barney Baruato had a very un happy! time in : this way., A large• number of our living financiersicould, ; if .it suited-their book, repeat, a ^story ; i which the outside world would never! | dream of being, allowed to take place i | in the: heart of the city of London, i Mr. Hooley's remarks, in the ooursos of his interviews, lutve, we need i hardly cay, struck terror into- the' hearts •'of-the Tneii who financially , * bled '-.him- foij all heiw?isi \rorth. i tin ? fact, one: journalist in partioularis' about to take an--early departurej froi...
Supplementing the Beetaloo Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
Susplemestisg fee Isstaloe Water Subjoined is a Bummary of work done by the Engiueer-in-Chiefa department for the purpose of. supplementing the Beetaloo water supply. :-4 - :. 1. Opening up Beetaloo Springs.— This work- ^Mj*uthoriz6d?s"by;'the: Hon. Commissioner on January 18, 1898, and ' was immediately commenced. At this time the supply from the springs was less than that of any previous record, viz*, 216,000 gallons pes diem, or equal to afeout 79,0OQ,QPOg£flonB per annum. The result of the &lt;rork carried out has been to increase the supply to about:459,00Gl gal lons per diem, or equal to 164,000,000 gallons per annum, thus averting"» water famine in the Beetaloo discnct for several months. 2, . Opening op Nelshaby Springs.— This work was immediately put ia hand, and Beveral shafts sunk through the water- - -bearing strata. Ac increased supply was struck,and steam-pumping appliances pro vided. After a week's work, however, this supply was entirely exhausted. .3. Baroota...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
Port? Pirie Professional and Business Directory. A DELAID! STEAMSHIP COMPANY, ii. ' Shipowners, etc.*. Blleu-street, I). T. Ycnng, Manager. - B&ADliEY & "SHERIDAN, Boot Manu facturers/etc.,Alexander-street. J. B. Gould, Manager.. BADENQCH, J., Baker and -Confectioner, - Ellen-street. BABBIES HOTEL, Ellen-street. W. H. Wallace, Proprietor. • /^LABIDGE& £ONS, S. P., Importers' and A J General Drapers. Ellen-street. QOTILE, W-, Cash Draper, Ellen-street. . /"tORNI^H, B., Bookseller, Stationer, and V/ .Newsagent; Ellen-street. 0OXTLE, S. C., Ironworker, ctc., Alex* ander-street. DUNCAN, J.j Solicitor/ etc., Alexander street. TJlLETT, R., Watchmaker and Jeweller JJ Ellen-street. FEDERAL BOOT COMPANY, Boot Manufacturers, Ellen-street. ' "=• BEY, Ered, Auctioneer, Commission \X Agent, &o^ Ellen-street. /"tOODE, H. A.,& >W., -Importers and . VX Gbnerai Storekeepers, Ellen-street. ' GBEEN, G, J;, Hairdresser and Tobacco-: nist, .Alexander-street. jJ...
THE CLERGY AND SOCIAL REFORM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
I " - . * ! THE CLERGY AND SOCIAL REFORM. TO .THE EDITOR. Sib.—Thnngh there's more meerschaum than- potier's chy in friend Durno'8 harangue, it's hopeful to find sufficiont grifc' in i some of a the ■ charch teachers to face this-great« humanitarian" problem: Port Pirie, too, can boast of nicre ali ;round pluck in this-pulpit respect: than 'any other town; I- believe,' in ' South Aus-1 tralia. God speed those I knew-- Chap man, Durno, Rossiter! It's such "at-, tempts," I. believe^ which will -be entitled1 to the salutation afc the final trusting— Well done, since je hare done it* (or striven to do it) to the least of these amongst ye, ye havo doue lb untoMe. Enter thou," &c. Pergonal -trholesile surrender to , Him-; who;commanded— "The land is Mine and shall not bo sold for ever," obliges me to.repudiate the untenable posit ion. of Mr. Durno in his— "To change the method of ownership. . would be difficult mow, and''could not fairly bo 'effected," ,etc- Since God's justice co...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 16 July 1898
Port Pl^.—Laiitudo,^33 de;r. 11 min S-; Ijoogihide, ]o-St!eg,llnnn. E. ARMY^LS. July 13.—Katal Quecc;? barque. 230 tons, Uarica. insstcr, frcniliofcart. Cargo —113,000 stupor feet hardwood, 4.CC0 pahogs. 63 gaits-slsjifta^consigned to order; Gecrgo Wills & Co., agents. July 13.—Britannia, ketch. 25 tons, W* Bnrgoyne, mattery from Coast. Cargo —Flax. : J. ■ ' July 13.—Urvngbtoxi, ketch. 4G tons, • ■Hodgeman, master, from Coast Cargo—Flux. Jtiiy 13.—Hawthorn, ketch, 51 tons, G. Baker, nsa&ter, from Coast. Cargo— • Flos.' ' Jaly 13.—Mary Jane, ketch, 9 tons Xaw3on. i&asicr. from Coast. Cargo —ITbx. 5 July 14.—sfaid of AuJtraIia,l:etcb,45toas, Carver, master, from Coast. Cargo— . Flax. . July 14.—Lady Baly,foreand aft schooner, 6S toes. Heritage master, From Coast. Cargo—Fliuc. July 14.-—Success, ketch, 61 - tons, M. Schmidt. master, from Coast. .Cargo . —Mux. July M.~Mary Lewis, ketch. 10 tons, Carkon, master, from Port Au-m-sta. Cargo—general. July H —New Arriv...