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Football. SOLOMONTOWN V. PETERS BURG. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

/ SOLOFONTOWN PETE RS * BURG. : The last matchof the season . took place on the /Recreation;' Ground; on Saturday afiet-noon, ; ,whea ;a: team, from Petersburg: tried conclnsibns >ith the Solomontowris, premiers of thePort Pirie Association. The; day: was warm, very warm, for football^ but this did not interfere with the attendance, as the largest crowd yet seen on the ground this year were present, and took a lively interest Un the proceedings;' The Solomoiitowns had selected a strong side, but when the time for ^tartingi drew near it was; found three of their , most prominent men (Meatfy, Harvey, and .Hamilton) " werie absent. The visitors' were also, well 'represented;1" indmaterially strengthened their team after arrival .by ; the inclusion , of ; Hopworth? and McMahon. ./ Keough captained; the Solomontbwns and Cox Jook^ after the interest of' the visitors. -'' There was a slight wind blowing :through the town •)goal, aind- Petersburg: had first assistance from it../,,Gr.,F. ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

THE a '<! Tba St«axaars ot this Una will «ail from Por as fellowsfcirewastaaces iiersaitUn^) For _ V S.S. DAWN POUT AUG U5TA ; < lt> KUITHBURG C FrliUf, sept. lo. POST ADELAIDE ) {Pasicnscn. and Caruo.) PABES .—To POBT AUOUSTA, Salooa, 12s. & STEEiJAGE, 7«. 64. To POUT ADELAIDE, SWoan, 3kf Steeraee. Ji*. fcl. Eocrad Trip ri* Angtists,-£dithlittrrb. and A<i*Uiile t«ck to ^crt Pirfc, 35». Regular Fortnightly Service. To ■ r V S.S. TIME 3ATUBDAY, Sep. 17 SYDNEY HEwcisnxB and »u. QUEKH8I.AJJD Porta !(OTE.—kiberaI Diacoont'off Steerage fares to - Qaeonslawi Popta., . West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FR03I PORT ADELAIDE. To - ■: ■ ' BOHBUBT ( S.S. OABO FBKSJANTtE { TUESDAY, Sept. 30. QB8AX.DTOK J Pastonjera booied rijbt throajfh to tho Goldfields. ■All freights ami Passt-a^er fares at Lonest Bates. COAL. COALeCOAL. Beit Household, Enirirw, and Blacksmith's COAL *r.pplied at lowest Priccs, largo or small quanti. = tios- ' • . ■*. 4Q0-...

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A Dangerous Epidemic. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

An epidemie of inflrfen^a i| at present raging,, in., the ;ff/>]omes, and Scarcely; anyone' is t withonV -at«leasti K slight; | attack. This dreadful malady is one of the most-tiresome and inconvenient diseases imaginable, and few seem to tr«%lise jthat jiff abwlate care" fofcSit is itp jb^fonud in Bile - Beafis, Influenza 't^hiry incapacitates the sufferer "froth1 ,doing, any ,sort of work,and Jife* itself becomes a' btirden. There is, in the1 first places a violent coldj generally, in the jteadrand a constant and yiolcnt headache is -one* of the'" most' trying sy.papt»ms.f ;. Pains, ioo, in all -parts of the1'body and linibs are also- proininent, and" a^eneral collapse of the entire system follows. The appetite is iin-. pnired/^ndltClsensation ;of'^weariness .and- disabilily to evon think: in a con-, hected'lhanner is noticeablc, Of course, as this malady gains .;a ?hqld on 'the system the symptoms become more strongly^ mar^edjY untU the?pa|ieT)t is not only in an' extremely de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

IMPORTERS & GENERAL STQMPfffiSIRS Stock as usual, 1-irge and well assorted 4n all Sej^rfcmehis. A Liberal Discount for Cash. ^ See Circulars. ~o~r E L L'E N-S T E E E T, PORT PIRIB, If «.• * f ■ i I : #.• * .{ ' i / t-r f V: i i. i f • 2 1 -i t / »•' MY ./>.nir» 8REKFUS , : ; 4 ' s i - .1 i! '1 G ^ ^ ^ ' General Carriers^r . . j . =o;" BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. Adelaide, Port Adelaide,^; PoRT~l»iRiBj;l - f i\ ^ {I BROKEN H1 LL. • i r ■ Goods consigned to us ' are delivered to Store. Doors in* the Town and Suburbs. >! / WHARF AND STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. OFFICE: ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, PORT PlBIEs WOOD MAN'S PIANOS, PIANOS. ORGANS, ORGANS, j f^TIie Largest Stock to select from in Adelaide^^} Lowest ^Prices. Time Paymentsi Woodman's, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. S. MARSHALL & Importers of - Every:vlDescripfcioni of p X Jk. IST o s ,N.OS SB., EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS, ~:o: — ' THE POLYPHON," (The New Musical Box.) £3 10s. phioe lists TO £20. -V /'Catalogues ON K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

ROBT. FLETT, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIE. ^LLOTMENTS FOR SALE CRISPINVILLE. Pat-kXand Frontage. Easj Terms. Apply to S. CRISPIN, Hundred of Pirie.. .€100,000,000 UNCLAIMED ■: ■■l)otwral,aBeristcred List'containing.names ofM.OOO ^amilies advertised- for to - claim property and money since11700. Price Is.6cl., p03t free,23. - Evory man and woman should buy tliis book, as instructions are given bow to' recover ' • property from ■ ; Chancei^. DOUGAL & Co.,62 Strand, Condon,; Eng. Est.-180. A fortune may await you. • " ' This book can now be obtained from WiC. Biyby, Adelaide; Gordon & Gotch Mel., Brisbane; Geo. Robertson & Co., Mel Sydney. Jdelaids,. Brisbane. I ' H. L. -V08Zt 82, Bundle-street Charles-street, North. Terrace, Telephone No. 342, ADELAIDE. and' COBNHILIi, LONDON. : Port Adelaide, Broken Hill, H.S."W., Fremantle, wiA., GLASS, LEAD, OIL, COLOR, AND HARD WARE MERCHANT. Importer o! Paperbaitgings and Brnsliware. MANUFACTURER OF "D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

The safest, tlie most: effective, g,i}d the quickest cure for , Copgh'a $nd Gffl£s f§ Fapldiog's dough Igli^te. Thousands .Qf JPanjilies keep 'this yqjuablo Medicine, &nd by its timely use much illuess is ~ ' . V, avoided,~ v •- -I

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

Railway Time-table. Passenqek ibains ysoh Poet Pirie to Adelaide v To-Adelaide, Tia Petersburg and Tero aria | Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m. j Central i Station at 7 a.m. - :1 ; To Adelaide, Tia ^ Biy th and' Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10,20 a.m.; Centra : Station r - To Urokan Hill; Tia - Petersburg and Terowie. ' Ellen-Street Station at 4.49 p.m. ^ Central Station at 4.50 p.m. r : To Adelaide, Tia Petersburg; from Central ■ Station only, mixed train at ;10.50 p.m. ' ABKIVALS. . •From Adelaide; Tia Terowie and Peters burgtoCentralStation only, mixed train at 440a.m.. ; :FromBroken Hill, andTerewie Tia Petersburg; Central Station at 19.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street Station at 10.13 a.m, Frera Adelaide Tia Biy th and Gladstones Central Statien at 4.47 j.m.; Ellen-street Stationat4.55p.m; ■■ l: From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central ^ Station' at 7.47 pan.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m.

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"Twitter" and Lacrosse. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

£"E^itte?" &a& Lacrosse. TO THE JGTUTOR. -' - Sir.—Your Adelaide; -correspondent is booming lacrosse in a manner most-accept able to lovers of the game in the city. Trne, his remarks are chiefly misrepre sentations, but we don't mind them so long as v prominence " is given to > the game. .".Twitter", says that .the Intercolonial team -went tip,like, a rocket ? and returned like, thejstick, and I. corrected hiin in the Register as soon as X had seen the remarks in the Recorder.'.s IfTwitterJ,:;had lived with the team for, a week in Melbourne, as I did, (he would "havewrifcten very differ ently. .If he 'had seen some, of them sit down in the middle of the cable-car track and hoot tho Adelaide. Hospital doctors in ; Spring-street at midnight," he would not hare likenedr them to a returning rocket stick. '• Twitter" asks-^-" If I am to be speared for. smiling * at the Intercolonial team j what will ' Canadia * do-;to me for laughing > outright at him ?": Well, I sh...

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The Murder of the Empress. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

Tkg Mra&e? of i&9 Bmprsss. PeoplK:find their vocabulary: wofally inadequate to express their execration of the anarchist murderer of the Empress of Austria, a lone, sad woman in a strange .laud, assassi nated with a treacherous ■ knife for no other'offence* than that she happened to be the wife of an emperor wbo;had endeavoured conscientiously to do his duty to his people for fifty years. It is' no wonder the kir-#: business of Europe is very much depressed. The market brand of the old- world royalty qualifies for a lunatic asylum or home: for incurables' in the new world. Owing to antique stock, inter marriage, and . dissipation many crowned heads are what is colloquially i termed " a shingle short" ; indeed-' it would be sufficiently near' the truth" for an epigram to say highly civilized people are ruled by mad monarcbs. Had not constitutional government come- to the aid of royal imbecility by I limitating prerogatives,' and by the i assistance of Premiers—in shor...

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The Port Pirie Recorder WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1898. the Workers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

^Ite flori pric Jieajtberj Wednesday,^Keftembbb 14,1898. , 'B'aiea, j If the atfcendaneent-Mondaynight's meeting-is to b&' taken as an indi cation of the interest that is felt in the Working Men's Association : that ia just being ushered into r existence here ' then its - prospectsr 'should be bright indeed, for we doubt if larger audiences have on <. more than two occasions before ever assembled in the Institute Hall. It. was a splendid assemblage i of the hard-working section of the community, and the close at'eution with which they listened to the- . remarks of the speakers;showed that they realised the grave iinpoi tauce to them of the subject under. discussion, j The, speeches were good all round,: and were characterised by a degree of moderation and < common sense in ' the : highest degree commend-. able. In the face of such an inspir :ing andience it says something: for the fMrness, :rf;those ;whQ^ addressed the meeting that they studiously avoid...

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Refinings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

A grand meeting, > ; : - Well done, umpire. "*; ' - Solomontown Races to-day. Two Petersburgiaris ran ia. The new Unioaqught to boom. ■ ~ : " Here we raise our'Sbenezer." A rumpus on the football ground. ^ Hardiuck for Councillor Kerrisen. No flapdoodle &t Monday's meeting.r : Pari XIX is having a rough passage. . Good sensible advice for the workers. N. W.J.C. meeting on Friday evening. : A powerful address from the blind M.L.C. - ^ - A splendid wind up for oar football season, • - ■ -> ' JtfcGre<?orwouldhavemade_ajpowerful preacher. Port Pirie should agitate for a branch Labour Bureau. Now, boys, rally up and: make it a thousand strong.r Members .of the Jockey Club wanted on Friday night.- > .? : _ McGregorturned that scriptural story to fine advantage. * "Bonny " too old a hand at the "game to be easily bluffed. . The National Ass' should seek to be run by men of brains. 1' . , A fine struggle between- the:-, Solomou towns and Petersburg. , »: Coney be...

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CITY CHATTER. MR. WARD TRIUMPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

CITY CHHTT^R. By-Twitter.. MR. WAKD;5kroatPHAHT I - The Hon. Ebeueaer Ward has played many parts iii his tiino". Ecclesiastical student, actor, journalist, politician, and Minister of the Crown—in all he has ex hibited conspicuous ability. He has a peuchautfor appearing- in. Law Courts, and is singularly successful as' his own advocate. If one wanted an illustration of the werthlessness of the aigument that a protracted period of service is necessary to qualify a man for the Bar, lio might fiud it in Mr.-Wardi who is competent to discuss principles of evidence^ points of lair, and address a Bench cr Jury. Mr. VVaid is not alone. There are half a dozen others in Parliament; and' scores outside just as ready to do the samo. As a matter of fact English barristers serve no apprenticeship^and ore admitted here as a uuitter of. course, which shows' that the examinationln law is enough. This, however, is by the way. Mr. Ward was before the Police Court last week on . an information laid by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

TO MARINERS. &c. AJDVAKCE EDITION, 1SD9. SAWTEbVS NAUTICAL ALMANAC, _ r ' £f2ak®Hi5..Ti&8 a»l Tafco. tSSJ Altainseavfotrr tiies ia stock. AdrariisemenJa for complete : ediiiea tminl tttU NMolcr. St!i> B. CORNISH, Agent. Pbsfe Pine. Ship FRISCSllOBERT from Port Tow uSSEsd, /"lAFFAlN HANSEN will a* be , \J rcspdnsibSefor any debf» ccm trtiefetl by his'Crew Vrithont bis written antbority. GEO.. WILLS & CO., /•, . - Agents," :V& © <d » s S3 rwsKSGB emser Get&Kt ft«st Bros.?, Shoeing-end Jobbing Smith, t?ia-s--r of yiti^es SiaBTts1 &2&w, 2SX> aaiJ IS54. mae«iy, Jfeteat iroa szzics sssac fma SSa 64 ^B«Mg»-^8TOr.1aat.cS'8c6w. aa?? ghean - ' BO ONS 'AS!IJ TST r3U„ - *Bl3"jfi2S4z»: Hesest trork J<* &rsk«£ m Iteaas GaaSt®as®rote»i ekssS^jf scsnn&r To the Head! Of Families * * - - - EE8IBING in - - - POET PIRIE AM) DISTRICT. ARE YOU AWARE PHARMACEUTICAL ahp V aJ' .1 M PTT! IM fi FAMILY CHEMI...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

tfhSSELS TO AttJUVE. Africander, steamer, -2755: tons, ;Kcon master, from Soalb Africa T»a porte. • To Bail, • r - Anojai - a.sa ,3jm tons; Glean, master from London, via Fremantle. To sail. liiom, st<3i!ncrv4,06Q tonH, Bean, master, from Cape Town. Sailed August; 19} 27 days out, ' Carmarthenshire, steamer, 2929 " ions, Hadloy, master, from Yokohama." Tp saiU Fulwood. ship,' 1,988 tons,'Journeay, mas ter, from: Hambcfg. Sailed June 17 i 85 days out. George Fleming. steamer,- 3,448 tons, Fiirsons, master,-fromCape.ToKrn. To sail; Gratia. Norwegian barqne, , 1475' tons. Stray, master, from Barry ;.To sail. , Juanita North, steamer. 3,503 tons,. Ferry, master, from 3Ionto Video. To sail. ■ ' ? Jupiter. .Danish ship; 1051 tons, Fonder, matter, from Antwerp. To Gail. John. Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, 3!iid^n, umter, from > Paget: Sound. To sail. . . . ' J. £. Thomas, American ship, 1807 tons, Lormond. master, from Hamburg. Sailed; A-i^nst 17,2idays wut J. C. Julius, G...

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Broken Hill-Moonta Divorce Suit. From the Miner. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

From tKi Miner. : In the Sontb ^stralisin. Supreme Court on iThursdajj Barnes Pannan applied for a divorce from; Elizabeth Jane Pannan, and named Benjamin Rough as. co-respondent; Mr. R. H. Lathlean appeared for the respondent, and in opening his cas^ said' the prder for direction as' to the mode of trial was made on July & last.- ! It Vas then-ordered that, the: case should come 6ns "with such evi dence npon affidavit as might he ad duced. The question ofbigamy in the wife.had arisen, but it would not be gone, into; the adultery only would be considered; The petition set out that; the petitioner was a- miner of Wallaroo Mines, Kadina, , On January 7,1.891, he married.the respondent, Miss E. J. Hocking.^Af ter-Jiving together as man and wife for five ;months they separated and had not- sines lived with, eacb other. - Adultery ; with. Benjamin Bough, a miner, of Wallaroo Mines, was alleged through a big amous marriage having taken place on August 9i 1897. ; ' : The petitioner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

8. P.BOND, Limited, Photo Stock Dealers, . 43, PIRIE-STREET, ADELAIDE. large Stock of latest Photographic Apparatus. Jfetc IBttstraUd Catalogut post-free.

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The "New Woman" Developed A SOCIETY EPISODE IN 2200 A.D. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

73i9 "Efew^Wsaaa" Ssvelopsd 'A SOCIETY EPISODE IN 2200 ArD J " '-^Ther clock^^alxmfc%8trike seven, and the Hon.AlgieFerrers,sitting inbis boudoir, was deatly becorbiog impatient. He was in full evening dress, with a large tie of deep pink -sills emerging from his collar, and twoexquisite diamond buckles gleam ing on his dainty shoes. He lay back in a luxations chair, and from a golden bowl-lying a little wayoff ascended a thin^atraight lmoof incense,%fiHirig theiaparfcinent withitsperfame. The, iwalla jvere hang witb dajnty French pictures in Florence frames, flowers were masked upon.the tables, and the farnitnre' jliarmbnised ; perfectly with the curtains of ligh£ bine silk, heavily embroidered with gold. , /Twice Be looked np at the clock and Twice' he drew forth 5;his tiny bediamoned watch and puf it away again impatiently.- Twice he tapped, .^is; foot recklcssly onthe tKielt csirpetf/. . ■* '• tj> r'V^Yhateycr • can be .keeping rhec hd wailecl?at*last;' •.. r» *■*■"' *' *v 1;...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, September 14, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

Commercial Report, Beccrder Office. September 14, 1838. > Wheat (Pt. Pirie) per,bushel ...0 3 4 Bo. (CrystalBrook) ... .... 0 3 2 -Do. (Gladstone)-... —. 0 3 1£ Do. (Georgetown & Laura)... « 3 1 Flour (Country) 9 15 0 Do. (Roller) — 10 0 0. Bran, per bushel... —' -«•> ... 0 0 8 Pollard, per busbel ... 0 0 9 Oats, per bushel »•'' — 0, 3 0 Cbait per ton ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton ' «- •••- 2 0 0 Batter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale 0 11 (dairy) ..., ... 0 0 7 Eggs, per dozen ... ~ »• 0 0 7 Ham. per lb. 0 O Bacon per lb. ... ..., 0 , 9 Lard, per lb. -•« — ..."*•«• 0 0 8 Cheese, per lb - 0 0 9 Onions, per cwt.... ~ *" "" zl t 9 Potaices. per too. 10 0✓ 0 Potatoes (new), per tba ...' ... 12 0

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"KINDNESS" IS THE WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

'' "What is real good ?" I asked in mnsinff mood. . " Order," said the court; " Knowledge," said theschool; ■' Truth," said the,wisn man j : " Pleasure," said the fool; *' LoTe" said the maiden, ; " Beauty^' said tbe page; " Freedom," said the dreamer; " Home." eaid the eagc j '« Fame" Baidthe soldier; " Equity," said the seer. Spake myhearfcfully sadly, - ■ " The answer is not here." ; Then,/within my bosom, • Softly;;this J. heard— " Each heart holds the secret, '■ Kindness' is the word." J.- i--'-- —John. Boyle O'Seilly.; There is mach' mystery about a peculiar Said prepared by'& shemist which Las the power, when it is injected.into, the tissues of a plant "near its roots, of ahtegthetising the plant, l he plant does. riot . die, but sfops growing. maintaming'.its fresh, green appearance, though itsvitalityis - ap parently suspended. It is also independent of the changes in temperature, . the; most delicate hothouse plants continuing to bloom in the open. The composition ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898

SAFE Parliament House, Brisbane, Nov. 26,1897. v. "It gives ne craal pleasure in renewing inv testimonial respecting the- cfikacy of Warner's Safe Cure-Sincel gavcyou the last testimonial I have recommended the .medicine to many friends, and thoy.occ and all say tber have derived gr^at beaeSt from it, especially thosc sniTrting from kidney and riwrnraWes." Geosce Tkobw, H.P.

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