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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898
Post and Telegraph Office, P@rt Pirh*. MAILAEBANGEMENTS. , Business hours from 8,30 a.m, till 7.30pm. daily, except Saturdays, -when, it is open from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. ; Money Order Olice from 10 a.m.. to 5 p.m. shavings Bank Agency.from 8.30 s.m. to u7JH0 p.m., »nd on Saturdays-till 5.80 p.m. The. office is open ::for a quarter of an i hour for the delivery of letters after "the arrival-of the mails every evening.; Mails arrive and close as follows \RBJVAI.. ; Prom Adelaide and Offices south of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. ; From Adelaide and intermediate offices at 4.55 p.m. From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. From Petersburg and intermediate offices at'10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. From 1'elowie and Fort Germeija at 4 p.m. From Solomontown at 6,35 a.m.> 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. - From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m BEPARTCBE. For Adelaido and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.25 p.m. , For Adelaide and offices south of Terowie at 10 p.m. : , . ■ For Petersburg, Brok...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 14 September 1898
AfffflgltoD! ' ■ . Did you ever see one? It is as playful and harmless as a kitten. ,Yoa might hare one - with you for weeks .an&lt;L not suspect danger. • But*- beware! Some day • it; will surely, : spring, and the fight for life is at hand. • It is jnst so with a cough. Yon may carry one with you for weeks and not think of : danger.: -Bat the danger is there. Someday j the fight will be on, ,and it is a question which will wis, Consumption or Yon. j Cherry P&Gtormi • promptly cures all baby coughs: But it: can^ not always care the fall grown coughs of the most aavanced stages of disease. Yet even here it will bring, comfortand ease.: Then use it early for,acute colds, coughs, bron chitis and. all pulmonary troubles . Beware of cheap imitations. See. that the name, Avert Cherry Pectoral, is Mown- in the class of* each bottle. - Tat up in large and small botttas, ■, .. ■■■:. ■ MRS. A, NYKIEL T(Late of Adelaide) JD& Wishes to intimate to the residents of Port ...
Cricket. EARLY CLOSERS V. BROAD CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
Gsielset.' I CLOSERS -V. BROAD ' CMlEK. ' ~ The above clubs tried conclusions ' on the.-groands—of„the latter last Wednesday, when the Early Closers scored a .decisive victory.The .home team won the toss: and sent visitors- to the? wickets. Hill and.S..Simpson opened * the; ibatjting,; bntr the latter failed to. score, i - Hill pufc on.12, but. G. Simpson, a new,arrival,-contributed: (tbe .highest, xscore,^. 3i, by ■ very . attractive cricket. - Turpin played'- a sound, cayefal inmnga for 31,. and 0; Nnnai? bit out^neirily for -19. White law, made; 13,and. Smith: was content, with one less, themnings terminating for i30. Hasketfc-bowled -well, as did ! ^u^pbiies •• and ; - JSrine-r. A - ifewj m inn tea before ,5 -the, CI; »sers took; the fi$ld» Bichter and Haskett facing"'the bowUng^of ^impson.,and r ?funanC Hasketf; -stopped till 3 had been jfritten^oppositeI)i8.name,thisbeipg ^fie bigbesj score.- of. his Bide. ?.«. The' remaining .batsmen- offered- a: very1 feeble, resistance,^and...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
' V - / '■ ^ * rv. .&lt; .4 • i|§8tl8gSfetss.-'r - I TBy VlATflR.7 " ! ' " - ] At st ^meeting oa Wednesday night it ffna'decidetTfo hold the Whim nices on Nprerobaf 14 Cppblic holiday).. Mr. Qoutd and -Jits committee havo note&lt;3 wisely in eelecting ihat date, as there is nothing else,on in the Port* and they are prettysuraof,a good atlendance. Ifc is' not so many years "ago that Waodearah wag amrjtjgthe liatofregistered'cluba. and theaansal meetings used to' attract soma of the best horses in the Sortlu - It fell out for a while, but uqder the guidance of the enervretic * Secretary it prf >raises: Jooutgrow.itsprcvlous- popu larity. and it is gratifying to learn that they have a credit balanca of >£22 Oa. 8d. from last season, despite the had seasons we have'experienced, .Sic events &lt;*ill come on for decision daring the,afte£ noou, viz.'. Maidens, HnnUes, Handicap, 5*$. ^slHn^Sackg, and flatter; in the moraine a-p;geon match will he wrought oil, T...
Solomontown Races. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
Sdlpmo&tows -Ba§as. Stewards, Messrs.: A. Knssell, W. J. Player, G.- Kuapmnti,' B; Christongen, J, B. Gould* and G.Ferme; Judge, Mr. J; S.' Crabb;;Starterj 'Mr. G, Knapman ; Clerk utSciilesy.air^-H- Cr^bb ^-Handi capper, Mr. J. Duucaa: Secretory, Mr. S. Barnett, jun. ' &lt; « " As"' aobn* asifc*'becamo iTriomTjtWat Mr. Grainger's Bill, #hich /^o&ld allow the Commis3ioric? of Police ^discretionary poweV ttfgTaBt the u$a of the ti&alizator, hs&Vbeefr- d&ferifed^ - tfie^^Soloinontowii Club decided to run a small meeting, ^gisingaway enough in stikes to fallow it to.come..nnder_ihe heading of if sports," Blr.- G.-Enapniatt was the leading spirit m the movement, and in conjunction with the Secretary, worked the matter' up : so that- failure- waa jweH nigh ini-i possible. They were favoured with-'a beaurifal-^ayf-and^as^a^attrKir con-.* sequence there was a good attendance*. Theerowd-w/w cne-of-th3~TnflSln5rderJy ! ever seen in Port Pixie, n...
CITY CHATTER. EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
CITY CH3STTER. By Twitter- • ; ;*'■ ' EABLY d£oSING. , ' 51 inlerferatice witkifio^iEh-thisir districts. • It wpgfd have simplified matters; to .Ibave confined tbo Bill entirely; to the. city ahops^ hut:the provision for1 dealing| with .the. country shops through local|selfi 'government' was a* giiii : to the move--' v which. iBaa,^ortbyc8fctemptin«.Jn, the opinion of the advocates. To the intense disgust of tlie Q ppesigton the Country Party;.-allied itself H?ith the; Labour Party to' pass the Metropolitan Awaptoviaions, add the compliment was re'tutncd when Mr. Morns' 'wnghfci fft* remove' the countiy local option, giving the sole control to ench^Mumd^r or District Council. -''£veryb«»dy~'^i^^6ii'' the desirableness of Early . Cioaiag^jChe 1 ' dispute is whether it. should i be" left ta moral suasion or,, Moral suasion has -faited*intffetcity, which is much regretted, if for no other teaaoa^ygiSe^iigs the bea* mtmmsjit, for id|t«tf6g^fio!irlSo"trade pecnlaritiei; Moch was said 111...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
'ssegme'KBwg. Pert Fine.—LatUttde, 23 de&lt;r. U mis. SU luosgtlatie, iS£d&.imin. E, AEEIYALS. September H.—Biera, steamer, 1460 tons. Be^is^staz, .fj^wfCaps Town. In ballast." UoKn Darlicg & Son, agents. Sept. 14.—Wfllyawa, steamer, 1713 tons, ;Baixy, |3aBte,j |ro£43 Ne*castle via Port Ademdh. "(largo— 3,363 torn cool. Adelaide Steam ?hlp Co. agents. Sept. 14.-— Beatrice, echooner, 89 tons, Littl«:by, master, from Kingacote. Cargo.—Flax. Sept. 14—Spindrif£, ketch, 71 tons. D. i5>"— 'DiE®S;x''sE&sfer;'' from, ^Edii&lrargv - Sep*i I#—Merle* ^ ietchi 2Q; toc^ AmJer son, master. from Point Webling. ' ~~ ii" r "nil ~r~r" r i ;i-ptt -4Sopt«J^s-^JJianella,.;BcJj0pne^-j;84- ions, ^'C^V^in^tOTifrom^Pcri^ Adelaide *ia Iferfc Cfeiaeinl^ G^feo-^GanetaL Sept. 1&lt;3—Brittannia, fceicb, 25 tona> liur "ir goyn&;sn&ster,from'Port' Broegbton, Cas-go-^o*. Sept. IS-rGambier Lass,- fetch, =40 tons, D. A. Dineen, master, from Wallaro...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
DUPABTUBBS Sept. 14—Botene. steamer, '2578. tons, Bownle, master, for Newcastle. Ia ballast, ^. Wav Howard > Smith & Sons, amenta * J\ii *■■'■ Sept* 14—BUerFalloch, ship, 1586' fonS, Wilson, master, for .GtaBJ. iCargop 2 456 tons sulphides. J, D&rliag asd Son, agists. ... Sept. 1*—Phoebe, ketch. SO toiiSjjMifee, master, for Point W^bliag, : j ; Sept. H—Lady Daly, fore and aft schooner . 6S:>tpns; Lorilage, master^ for .';..i"Ticke)B.&lt;' &pt.. 14—Vivid, ketch. 48 tone, Inverson, tmrfpr, for Point Ridley. . Sept. ifc—Umeo, 8choonerj 43 toas, John stone, master, for Tickers. . . Sept. 14—Capella, &etel»V;73" tojjs, Lia 'q«ws^'''vnitt^^>;TOir^fV»t Lincoln. vi Sept. 15—Robert Burns, ketclj, 4o tons3 Bason, master, for^^ Tickera. e * Sept. 15—Naw-Arrival.ketch, 2* " tons. Haraatoffj inaster, for Tickers.; Sept. " JS^Fra'aora, . ikefcb,- ;for*|Port j .. Uroughtoa.
VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
' vksSELSJNBAateR . "WycTiwood,-barque,-1,216 tons, Watson, roaster, frora Hamburg. ' " j &lt; Atnulroe, barqan, * 1329 teas, Steele, master, from Rotterdam. ; ' Windsor Far k.sh ip, 1692 toni l&lt;ambie, master,: frouf . Hamburg. -: WUiyama steamer/ 1/13 .tons. Barry, maator, from Newcastle. *'. f C'oastflrs. —- Dmtsella,- Jessie Darlings ■ Nelcebee, Uribea, UanibiecI&lt;S53, Spindrift, • Bsitdce, N'ora^anvUle, Maid of Aost&alia, Adonis, Brittannia. ^ ' ; ■]
AT ANCHORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
atAnchobage. Falwood, aiiip, 1886 tons, Jouraeay, master, fromHambttrg. f:"." Princo . Eob«rt, Tfonr-masted barque, 2,6o-t tons, Hansen, master, - from' fort TownsenA- - - InveserqJr,'barqnH, l*97 tdn&; Langsford. master,for Ifowcaatte. - .-.in
VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
' If i Africander, steamer, 2755 tonsT Seen ma3fer, frbm SoDtb Africa via porta* Sailed SoptO. ^daya out. ",|T Arroyo, ' aX. 3J5&l> tons, Gtenn, master • tfromLoadon^ia'FremantJe. Tosait T Ayr, steamer, 3050 tons, Gibson, jna^ter. for Sydney.- To sail. . George rFleming. steamer, 3:448/ tons Paraons^master, from Capo Town. To sail. Gratia, Norwegian barque, 1475 tons. Stray, master, from Barry ; To saiL ■ Juanita'Nortb, steamer^ " 3,503,' tons Perry, master, from Monte Video. ? To sail. *f" ; " T /" ■>■-■■■■ Jupiter, Danish aBip,,1651 tons/Fcnder. master, from Antwerp.- /Sailed Sept. "3, 1-4 days out • t. JohriEna, 4-masted barque, 2714 Hons, Madwm, master. from" Paget Sound; . To sail. - , 7 , r- • . 1 . - J. D. Thomas,American slip, 1807; tons, Lermontl, master, from Hamburg. Sailed August J7, 24 days out, ■ v'i' . • .J« C. Julius, Gei man barque, ;1076 v tons, . from Barry Dock. Sailed August 21, 21 days out. > •' «: t J \ Kaffir, steamer,- > 2736 •'tons,' Sin...
A Correction. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
des£g§iis"&a • , i r TO !35aE-rBDITOK.-i fi && SfriTr-lo aparagrapliio"Hefioings" in: the Recorders ^September, 7y it was stated thafc^the sailor Collings, who was killed jtfie.j fovesti^tor, iad been ; •buried1 without-"any. religious -service nfc ;the grave/-l 'Wewish'to ffl\^e this report. c^nducted ; byj; thg Rev. rhs Duron?" Re creltine that-^ueh an unfouuded renort should.have jeaitied^currencv. -We steii ^ , 'Uiaderia&ers, - r -Pirie.
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898
' -7"i,:; Gy§liag:^et@s.:i ?: v v:-Ani; nnaccpijntablo .$able wasjre ceived on-Monday, the" 4tb# *which stated A.'J. ,Body, the';-well icnowii ■' ^Aostralian petedirifhe Grica Gop,- andhad | Jed fclieijfield: in : tie fifth^inite nnpace^T Anything; • &lt;#nc£iv^a^tta ^ oh"er an&lt;i !pacei-fdirthe/fiftb !nii!eWei:# is'tiothiijg so; "very "wonderfalabontit tcr ."trark^f a ;sp^i^ i jap j the -this^ s t atemen.tajf t yra& *race (as otberwwe ^b^m^Sage^^m^ !inexplicable)1 arid W&l^tlirew ajjjdar bata in oar ' national j6y;;atwh&ying bronghtv off- a jjbl^ A ast&l. Cycle Agency? tnipWnff s.O(mM.! .'thing wm jamis^^^ ■pariicntars^antl^on receivM^tb'e I 4hatlhey?Ga^yGo^was; s?omifcylQtu*j old i jrieod, Jack ^reeifc-7-t!\e Hi hero .%f| . .the: ^': , fought Vicfcdl-ies.■; " T-;*! "fl The" "fiiSt'1 polo; played in Atiseralia ' took place at Stawell:(Victoria) a!.weekrback-if |The^ game jSp^d^^^^^ghfc^n^ wib I both pi ay era and spectators], ancl |...