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Wet Saddles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

The effect of riding in wet are many and various. Tho has its serious aspect In th© pouring rain with no sbeli# jJingharst, a fthesever li he recent ^1X ,„f „ wofc sat?dlesand camping cot mall weathers. Everv tried proved ftfofaa' " -P^t r?nfe serious rheumatic pains in niy back change of weather or temperature ; Tliko"»*<*■ Iwaai advised i,j a friend who lad , . . . . „ „ «, ~«=:ibyl aeamatism, to try Dr Williams' liSid effected' iri Jiinv is believing) I was induced to give them ^njma^c^^akiag.j tfem^,£pl towing, $ be pnntedjM^^giis^^^i qc com ^fter "iafcing two b^xesl^he ta£$ave apdmy appetite^' wHicS hadbeen very poor, 11 tflp^OTed-frn menseHvi t! I ^^mtny Steadily on with tbe>pillstandfinished tworaore boxes, -i now feel as well I- "iook/- snd^ au^*M 8ta?dfi^t diidr Mb* 3Tairi convinced in my own mmd tfiat ***" * "bfas been solely eff' fins' Pink Pi]is3<«i those who are ailing will follow my esawpte and not- prolong their sufifer iags when a simple reme...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Port Pirie Recorder WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1898. The Tragic Death of Mr. T. S. Marshall. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

^he '|3ort - prie fleeortar WeDJJESDA»; SuPTBMBEB 7j tlS98i v The Sbagio SJeatk efllr, T. §. The news of the death:-of Mr. T.- S; ■ Marshall; of Port Crermein,: 'on Satur day, came as a^ejreafcshockto the district, and when, later on, the Imanner. in which his csrear' was terminated"'became ■ public :property^ Mig sadness oftho surprise, literally staggered bi,s friends- everywhere. That genial " Tommy" Marshall,; " the King of Port Germein,"' as he was facetiously called,! shodid fcVio his life ! Why,: it. seemed one of the most improbable ofimprobabilUies. To all t appearance: coutentcd/ cheerful,pros-. perous,*!" loved - ftudloving 1 in his' ^domestic .and Socialrelations, " re spected , and looked np; - to by-those among whom he lived,- what* need -had ihe Tto; be.dissatisfied-iwifchlife ? Who knows ?• -Who catf-lift- tbe dark curtain "whicli - most? I hive," en shrouded his sunny .spirit before he finally put'away." the, respect that makes calamity of so long a /life." Sat altb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

S. P. BOND, Limited, Photo Stock .Dealers* . 48, PIRIE-STREET, .ADELAIDE. Large Stccfc ofiafctafcHioto^i'upliie'ApiaiVat.Hs.' " Ncib Illustrated Catalogueport-frez.

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Moral Espionage. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

Sfifstigf ; Tv a '* l ; < v (bv Lady Cook, 5-aeet tennesskz c* \j The office of a spy is- not one which finds muchfavour inthiscounfcryevenin the most exalted cause. Almost everyone tle3pisea if common informer. All feel thafc^a .man must have undergone con* fiiderableanoral degradation to engage in such a vocation;- And it is well-known Ihai-incouniries _ where espionage; js--or haabeen gerietal* ^general oemoraliBaiion has been a natural result,. For instance^ few" examples."This_!ia3 been the case in Russia for a long period, in the Venetian Republic under the late Boges.in France ODder theSecondEmpire,andinEngland under' Cromwell. " And in atfitbas been followed by. partial or complete-, disaster. It is only when the detective is invested with official authority by the>State that •4heodiumattachingt»m3occupations>i8 8omewhat reduced. ,Yat other times had Sotherjmadnew."; regard^nth mingled scorn- and amazement the immense powers which -were 'exercised by the Bot...

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Wandearah. [From our own Correspondent.] September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

~ * { ijy J&Lii}'** * "►/•! ' •" Waa&ssraki . [Fro"tu"6uc*d\vri"Correspoad^Brif.J~^ " *■ SaDtemljer 1. • C The riff&nged cricket match between the 'Brcnghton -and -Waadearah'club1 'failed tocomeoff on:; account of fcbecvery welcome eh&sSrera'' of"' rain. * ""A" Scratch match was played by tho39 who, did CQme,* h'tifc it was tha.teveree of enjoyable. 1 ihe anniyjersiry services of the Waa dearah E lit' Weflteyan^ Sunday Schoo I werti celebrated on, SundayandMbnday.; Thjm rs8froon£ ' wdrepleached * by one pastor of nine yeara ayo, the Rev. \V. Gi Clark, now of L*ara*"jThojjgh the atfen» dance was not all that was - expected,: jthe proceeds amoonted) The>services Were much ' e'njoyedj by* .those^ v?hq„ did att'oad," an8 "those" ,^ho did. nofc.'uisasd. a -gTfca't fcfeatv*' {\ ^ Thg-raitifal) amoauted to about' 2 in.,, and ,was of.,a, .soaking character. . Very little ran away, as the, rain" me • down steadily, bat! cot heavily, and ,waa in abqwere, nob...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

mscBLL^sbm^ zl Tho Princc ItobeJf, rahi^'arrivcd at tbo AnchoTagg;cm;'MoTidjy evening, was *ith aa last p%r w Sp ^n?£ ema£ as, at present, «■&, with a catgo of timber from Pnget Senml. fRws saifcdlffOO hero 015 October £6 of fasiyear for Newcastle, Noiff Soaih Wales,' snisiag onKovtsaiber 9. From thence wifh a eago of 4,200 tons of coal-fo? ^Frisco/- dtfeupyiag^abcBfc 73 days on tha passage. _ Sho^th en sailed for Tacotna to !o»5 tinsb^r «uC& ct'oio for bore occupied I05ds«if: iTha tesssl ex* pcriancctl roogh haacl wind* and calms at Tsrih&3 times until abreaat of2*ew*r«stlsr, "tie mods bsrn^ fa^oar&Tjfo - ft<vn ttierir with tbssesc^»'Mi ,of thrsra^dafs-calm weathert>£TC»po Oiway. ,;Thcronop_ Jhe Golf occupied foar dayst frnm {^}&l$oro» uatil casting sSc&ofc at PcrF (xetfe£ia. Tho PrincalRobarS willbava to remain at I'm Atif&orage.soisa <^ajs' 6$ iKghtc*-. Cipt-iiA. O. .Han^n id agsih m eonimsni^ and th...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

^ ' F^SELS TO:;ABRlV3B???r^^4 Amulree, - barqas,- 1329 ton3,",_;Stael€^ raaater.froar 13ott»rd&ta'.:' Sailed* May, .28/ 102 days ont. 1 "3' "v Arroja, sgs„ 3,561; Jong, .Glenn,; master, from London, viaPraihantTo. To sail.*^.. Biera, steamer, from Capo Town,' 20 daya onfc. ^ ^ f CaradfttenshJro, .steamer,^*2929 tons,: Hadleyinastcr,'froin Totolania". To sail. Fnlwood.8lrip, 1^986 tons, Jonraesy, mas* ter, from Hamburg. Sailed) Jtma lTj 82 days ont. Georgo, Homing. steamer, 3;448'?tOE3," Parson s/mastQr,frop» Cape Town.-Tas&i];i Juanita North, steamer, 3,503 tons,. Perry, master, from Jlonte Video., To Bail. j * ' , iv " 'v. H , i -i Gratia, Norwegian barque, 1475 tons. Stray, master, from Barry j^CotsajL- "r"■ »; John Ens, £-masted barque, £714 tons. Madron, master, from Paget" Sound.'To" sail. - — J. D. Thoraa^Ainerican «hip, I&07 tons; Lomond, master, from Hamburg: Sailed August 17,14 daya out. < , „ J. C. Julias. Cfet tnanliarque," lOi'j -;tons,...

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Fatal Accident at Sea. FALL INTO A STOKEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

n ^ ^ ^ , - Fatal Aeei&safc at §9$. . FALL INTO A STOKEHOLD. *' "When 'the luvestigator.left^ Port Ade laide on Sunday evening she had on board B w eeamejri who fa ad-beqn .engaged' by 'a rusher to come to Port'Pine ana ship in theRiver Ifalloch,,^hjffhis^now* lyingafc anchsBagejifea&y to^^k'ela \starfc for.the United, Kingdom. -\Yben, taken aboard the steamer the tars were in , that state knowji ^9, nautical men as " ha'f seas over." ^Tbey/alsp'tookaboar&a bottle of brandy. Amongatthem was an A.B. named Harry Collinga, and he, like his mates, had beeoenjoyingh'oBBQif^o'mach ashore that soon after getting on board - tha. Investigator' he, overcome with sleep,' (Jay? ^efowtjr- -s fch&- ^grating Te iding ,to the stokehold. _• Before tifc ing "t upf, ;his position», there, f ho, Jiad been tyld by a: member' of the crew noSlodofio, but'be paid noised* to the advice* and-no farther notice was taken of himuntil the alarm was'given by Joseph England, "donkey...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, September 7, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

Commercial Report;. r Recorder Oflicel- September 7; 1898. j:WLe4t<(Pfc. Pirie) pur bushel.O i 3,,4:, - "Do.. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0. 3. 2 Do. (Gladstone)' 0 3 1 ; (Georgetown &-LaTira>;; 0 3 1" : Flout- (Country) ... 9 15 0 Do (Roller) ... 10 5, 0 . Bran, per bushel... . ... ... ... 0 0 9 Pollard, per bushel .... ... ... 0 0 10 Oats,perbusbel 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton ?. "... 2 10 0; . Hay, per ton ^ ... 2 0 0 Butter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale .0 11 (dairy) 0,0 7, Eggs,"per dozen 0 0 7 BEam, per lb ... 0 0 ' 9 • Bacon per lb - ... >0 0- -9J, Lard, per lb. 0 0 Pjt Cheese, per lb. ^... ... ... ... 0 0 9.' Onions, per cwt/... 1 ' 2 0 Potatoes, per ton.- ■ ... ...11 O 0 JPotatoes (new), per ton ... 14 0 " 0

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CITY CHATTER. WHARVES COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

Br TwrrrBE. CfTY .CHHTTER. TSUABVES COMMISSION. - * . - fa moving the adoption of-the-report o? the1 Wharves Coaunisaien, Sir. Ward delivered a fine speech, » declamation worthy of Mr. Wardens score of jpan <ago wieo liijf was & ptncerlin -tfie" £hhJ. is, like jlse, pretty Janes where tbe ep^cfator ha so bewildered by the . teequenfc. change of partners that he is afratd-iu, the ^dthe.cuuplj^wjil not be [ vight'y J8:'"sii*diobsl 5On 5°tlsis5 Question, parties are sharply defined; ua that Cofis^rTatiya stands cheek .by./jotsl-with. Radical; on another'the Socialistand the Individualist are sworn allies. ''Touching ihe Wharves Cotaiaisssob report,5 Con servatives and LabcfoV-members* are partners against Mlniaterialiats OBd In dependents.- • At' -one 'time -'Sir. Ward finds liiseopiuns vocabulary'fail to ex press .his witliering- conteaipfc-ior t be labour crowd rbut on this; occasion, lii^ brief is prepared by no other than Mrs G®lirier'XndifEe'"pdblTc*atra "distan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

- - - RESIDING IN - - PORT P1RIE AND, DIS11 ARE YOU AWAWg~^A I IS ESTABLISHED IN Alexander-st.^ Port Pirie (Three Boots from Central Hotel.) liWAfW^pM^^Rx^SSO 7 «• • ■'•■- ;Vfc'Ei'bL.Si'IaSarf' ':•■ , FOR ;GLQTO1NQ AfiQQJ$ «? Cheapest e^er ofrered lasthe Port. GatiimceaO scMen's .rl r i #/ -?' * *< »i » *r< Jiv .« i,i J?0 * * # ' Strong Sluchers, 3s. 9d. ; :'Extra Heavy Hungarian Nails^ - r I 0s. lid. ;' Men's; Balmo^ls^ splendid line,5 5s. lid. '<■ r - flFHB POET! PIRIE"C^wjPERATIVE DRSptt --• "'.". ;;v',B'iifit6lr'-s<iciET±;« "j> \ • . e, ■ : • v * ■ «■,«■>•-•■■ .« i •■ - p A -■ •. . -■*& 5 »s ft*? -5iS •"•'■• .! v ^ i Ji *J£rfv ^ *' **-« J' T ri *i ;c;- * t sls?^ «_ i Bakers/ Gohfeetiohers, arid1 jGeueral Storekeepers* . CHARTS ^IttTN .lJ^ILT.' : QRD£?tS; TAKEN FOR GROCERIES.; ^1 u 8^ i - < * " * j ,i - jr | None bgt^he best,kept in Stock. rx ft f T' '•" i' *' f) ' * *? * .'~*0 "» ^ may .be > taken , up on/ p...

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Police Court. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. (Before J.P. Stow, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

u'.\VU sfeHe9*06ssfe^ ^ * 1 -• . 7 > ,. jSAXPKDA.Y,,SEKfEilEER 3. , I '.It* > U&efataJ.m. Sfcb^iSMU *>*'' Harnj, .JJiyefArji-'-waa—charged- - with neglecting to send his son Charles Jta. ibcitfral during -i period of nob less Wan ^35 clays daring the quarter ended Jane 24,-38D8. Defendant did not appear, but wns represents by his. wife^ frho pleaded ao£ guilty. William Bennett, ftead master tho PiirtPirio school, said the b^y's ?jaine '®s^oa 7i:a roll. £ He^tendwi for^328nysdBtrtig!tbf^tjuaWerittqtie3{iiinI" Witness had received no^Tgasoji.fus.-his 'oori-att§ndaxiM ? Eined 5s. ... , „ Ilctrry Jackso^ irks 'sitnilarly - changed with respeoi-to JjiachiFd |3.eleoa,}He plead-i ed sot gpilty." 'Thomas Cde, masiar ofrth@ S'jliinifttitown scfcftot; siidths grrlffas' on' his roll. She is 9 years and S months {rid.* She attended for 20 days daring the quarter in question. Eseasea were sent to th&ef&cfc »that*he*dhHd nvps :&opt home*feesustihcr mother ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

T^e safest, tiie most "■ effieetWal | atid the quickest cure for; Coughs and Colds is -• FaoWing'st'oiisli Elixir. Thousands of Families keep, this valuable Medicine, andby its? timely- use muck illness is ! &Y<?ided< NEW GOODS JL | ^ has opened bis first shipment, of , UOlLie SPRING AND SUMMER GOQDS, - „ ' • J v I , n >. f ^ 4-f ■ > ' t * "* 1 ' ' — *.*«.»>■• i Direet frotft thei English ; &n;d Continental Ifarkete. " New - Prints. New Dress* Materials^ •''lew - , • .Hew-0opd^^,;,u\% m m MRS. C. J£. H. SMITH ' Has reopened her ! Dining Booms in fiavid-strret And solicits1 a: continuance ofpatronage /JPiRSTtGL4.SS MEALS. . - I Hours —Brfakfast, 7 to ft; Dinner. 12 to 2.; Tea, 5 to 7. 6 Cool Drinks of 3very description. ESOLk & MTERSAU, ' LEGALLY QUALIFIED ' DENTAL SURGEONS 33, I m I Collins Will in ra I ^ .Street,, > Stnjefc» JSb® ' ' ffiwfffr'-*- JraaKg Melbourne Adelaide. Will visit Port Pirie, and can be con sulted at the ...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

Sggrtisg STstes.' \ ' • : TBrr YiATOE.1-t ' In the S.A. Derby Issfc. Thursday i Haiuaulfc <-arried £1,05410s. on the tote out of £1,837 15s. invested., ~it , .-J. C.isey won; tho Two Mile > S'icycle Handicap at the,, Caltowie sports on' Thursday last. • At the Hill on Saturday, however, he' hid to "put up ■ with ''third place in the-Flying Handicap, being' beaten by McDonald (Vic.) and Hamil ton. ( Fair Saxon, the well-known \ racing mare, by The Englishman from .Valerie, is expected to arrive in Pirie this week;' - Tho P«;rfcs .aud South Adelaides' play 'off for tho premiership on Saturday next, and although tho mudholians gave the. Norwoods a sound dmabing last wesk I sha'I look to the blue *nd-whites tor score pn this occasion. 'A pleasant afternoon should be spent at Lealhomo this afterno «n;" Where' -the Port Pirie Gun Glubaro bringing off an excellent programme. Ia addition to the sixth competition for tha Player Cup tbo Club championship will, be decided, and th...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Local Court Port Pirie. Monday, September 5th, 1898. Limited JURISDICTION. {Before J.P. Stow, S.M.) UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 September 1898

Ewi SiHe. . j Monday, September otli, 1838. , , Limited ' jurisdiction {Before J, P/stoir, S.M.) uksaxisfiei>' Judgement. 'Bshiks v. Mhakb.— Cluvm £L I83. Defendant did not appear, and ;an order was roads for* his imprisonment for sen days. * > Defended Casks. Smith v. Folket.— Claim £3 7s, for   balance due on board and lodging and hire of room.   Mr Scott for defendant.   Rachel Smith, wife of Wm. Smith, of   Port Pirie, keeper of boarding house, said - Defendant came to board at my house the beginning of last year, owing £1 2s.6d. for board and lodging. De- fendant hired the room from me at 5s. a week, to put his tools in. It kept three boarders out of my house. I've not been paid for the washing. He owes 12s. for clothing supplied; lent him cash 6s. 6d.   I have received nothing in satisfaction for any of these amounts. By Mr. Scott - My husband made the arrangement for the hoard; I did the washing and paid t...

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Port Germein. [From our own Correspondent.] September 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 September 1898

■: * The fnucral «f the. lat e T. Si Stuaball,; which took place last Sunday, ,was the largest attended crcr seen Iiere, and the xtry rcxrty sorrowful and tearful faces fatamHftg iar»an4 tho grave ydMng ^he. UUitVtOrtl v«vvy« .*» . f» - drar UepnrtsSl ©uarade ami 4#knfV-,trAs fcdd !>y ?UI those unseat, Tfjo funeral amngentests^ were. in wt&c hinds _ «f} fUiU UiVAVL w Flural wreatba and cwsses were pl.icea on t!to coGia by Mr. a^Mrs-^aUr, Mfc; «tt& SIrdr5 H-' Cobb, Mr. Ufid JlSira. Jcsserfmth corapas3.aji<l rylc" in* ever Mrs. A. Mp. P. Bfurdoch, lf?k A. Hmspet, Mir. acd, lies.- }P,\ Jfesf;vMr\ "and $fra. J. arid MnL Mclotosit, and icl^itcs. Ke 1s&a*se Bros. esfiablwbnient> PyrtPirie. Messrs. ^Lsd ipNfk ' R3 ?.fce*rir« from tlfis resaicnec to the:jhfearaa» °fefeilw Mcss^O. otone* \W ,l«*sser, W. C. ®toB5g&J|n1 aed Captain T. Bri:c8g& performed ib^sa^^eS^fs^ft tfeo fcearsc to tbfegrat^, Ifendy, who conducts the service at the gr...

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Lighting Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 September 1898

lifeMfos Broken Dill.; %Tbe lighi theVfrMFSccfrlciIfC to ^ that^ end will approach" the locifl %, Itgk?nig C^^paay'5 wTife1 '&■'Vie#5 i-~to /mirJtdsiDgtliiQi navy ;irs: os&* % r \>-J ' ► ■"■ _ „ ■ ' r if'

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Broken Hill Water Supply. BROKEN [?], Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 September 1898

Broken Hill i£at&r Sagp!^ I Brokex it\ (ijTho Town Cotincu, afc jfc^ meeting -io-dar, deckled to ask tl^G^erof! to construct waterworks to "aapply $b<* t»Wag1apfl»i? ratitroktbeAnaness -» f f f~ » ^

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Melbourne Sporting. MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 September 1898

Melbourne Wonii&1 - -KfB&jUJuttsej 'Friday''2?ighlit, Kccrarindpka .VaV ,ha vO,been struck : oat of the CaaiiiflM Cup, and Lb Tar out of the Melbourne Cup. p ri vr^ljr i L e^siaj 1 i 0 iisEscn u ioyft Kew%si||fa WsJej P^i$nian;^'; ^ I Tlil.'\sii.c|i!yls regcivlkl |nrgelj signed byowners.onti trainers. |l unregistered pon«?.4*ah^'hors^' graying that JU?£[ah suiiKlarvto iUafe fnlcenby the A.J.C. in removing the ^isqnalificationof^pe^s^ns,;and, horses for rieiiiff'at unfegrsteied meetings

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