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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898

"1 it For Cleansing the Blood s it has no Equal. - * 'Vfe give bcltfWthe portr&it an$ testimonial; - el Mr.OfangerWard ofSrisbane, (Queensland , , -> ^'r "Some years ago white In America I had? fever and; Ague. 'It lefis aae in averyweak state and qtnte dona .up. I took soma ofDr^ •Ayfir's Saxsaparitla and it soon pal use to rights and my strengths returned. ~ saiely recommend lean; ,t!>!0t!iCT3.>^?MI«ia0iebtt3h0ftM3 country; 2 fta&an attack oi scarry bat I soon got free the skin I So aotthin&Ueaabebeat;^ All tlie i>H3hmen uselL" - * • , For Constipation take Dr. Acer's PfUs. They > TprompMjr relieve uid sureiy caw. Talso them with Brt'Ajvfs SajsajariJiai cneaia#liuttithSEi

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Seed of the Commonwealth. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898

TfcsJesd of ] [Brl Ek-TEACHKB.}; (Continual.) The drawbacks I have already alladed to, viz., the utilization of the day school as a creche and the teacher as a dry nurse, the desseminatibrx of brain-eating and -immoral literature, and a weak Sabbath school system* are,.bad enough in themselves, but are as .nothing compared ""'•■the evif 3?r6nghfe_uf®n; the "children in their! own- homes, often ubcon^iotfsly .-by' hthose who should do them^inbsfc good. What of the inner life of the parents; of v to-day J Can we bat ascertain: -tnis much will become clear and ex-i plairiable which at present seems' shrouded in a misty fatalism, tempting many tpfsay that these!children; are* but .u pit opiate edUioosjjof the • l)ar winian^ theory, ahd^hecanse things are so therefore they are b°st and right. Wbat then. is the manner'"of laying'/of ^ihose who are engagedJia bringing up the- " fittest," those: who are/>fco'i4ke ;odr places,! the /fpture: citizens of the creat Anstralian Commonwealth, t...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Cricket. WANDEARAH V. PINK PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 17 September 1898

6s&&s£. WANBEAI* PXN& PILLS. | Laafc week a team from the Smelters styling themselves " Pink Pills* visited Wandearah with the .fixed intention, oiextingai|Mog tfce. Ifea||men|bn t,tHeapfl^whfch ^a^ ncfe i{a;ltt|[ed in ffearprogfaajnis, :th?%ac^a*%;l^D^he«fiopie afield ahini126 fiitSP beea^^Stted ' ttpc A. Halliday led the way with 33, while his brothers, Tom and George, were responsible for 16 and 10 . •*» * pibfted P3^pat®nce i» ccropilnfg' 20, ^ F<^tfi8~3)T[si^a2r"j£&sioa ihit op 16 quickly, and Clark lost no time while contributing one less. Score|-r : WAXPSABiH. '• i- ' ' f 5 Roberta, b Sandry ... ... ... 0 Pyman, c Halljday, b SIanogtJo. ... 4 ?*0si— ^ 5 s|c!eoboi4 b-Bsjes, b Hsgbgrij) ... 4 ...*.v / i io ifeTHicbad, b Sandry... ... ... 20 T. Halliday, b McRae ... ... 16 A. Halliday, b Glay&a" ; ... - ... 33 W. Michael; cGIoyM, VSandry; ..." 4 G?HalKdayT hGlayas 10] ? - MicfiasJviiot ob« -x' i« ■ '* Sf Sundries ,.. ... ... ......

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF ADELAIDE is " " , * . BASSE'S NEW JEWELLERY ESTABLISHMENT AND 3 XX O W I* O O M. o A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of all kinds of JEWELLERY, SILVER WARE, WATCHES, CLOCKS, OPTICAL GOODS, BRONZES, COPPER and BRASS WARE, ORNAMENTAL GLASS and PORCELAIN, LEATHER GOODS, &c. , Inspection Invited. Visitors are not solicited to purchase. / O ; 1 F. BA§SH5 Jewells? Impostor, 92 aad %% Ston&le-sfoest, Adelaide.

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Port Germein. [From our own Correspondent.] September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Port Ssmeis. [From our own Correspondent. I September 20. The Right Rev. Dr. Harmer, Bishop of Adelaide, hold a confirmation service at St. Clements church on Fridayweek. Eight candidates presented themselves for conGrmation. The church was crowded. The church was .profusely decorated by-ladies of the Sunday-school and choir, and looked very nice.-' After a short dedication service conducted by the Rev. A. S. Dendy, the people present pro ceeded to the cemetery in vehicles, 16 in number, and flowers were placed upon the graves. : The new weather prophet, Mr. J. C. Giddings, who forecasts heavy rain3 and floods during this week is evident'y a ■* bit previous." ! A Activity still ,prevails in connection i with the Baroqta Creek and Port Pirie water service. Large ganga of men are working at different points joining and laying the pipes, and good progress is being made at the head of the pipe track,: where a concrete barrier is being con strue! ed below the bed of the creck. Hay-making...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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A Protest. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

A Protest, To THK KDIXOR. Sir—I wish the ladies of the Baptist Church every success at their sale ■ of clothing, etc., during the forthcoming show, but beg to protest most emphati cally against their action in providing rneals. I consider that they interfere most uujust!y with a large nuuber of boarding house and restaurant keepers in a sni.'il! way who largely depend on the extra business of festive seasons to enable them to pay their way. No one could object to fair competiiion in a free country like ours, but the competition to be introduced by these ladies is a most unfair one, in so far ■ that it is impos sible for our business houses to compeie with an institution which receives its supplies and labour gratis. That these ladies are actuated, by good motives I have 5 no' doubt, but humbly maintain that they are mistaken in their action, which takes the bread out of the mouths of a c'ass whose struggle for existence is already a severe one. The object does not always justify the...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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A Local Want. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

I A &ssal Wast. TG THK EDJTOE. Sir—It has been a matter of great surprise and of serious regret to myself, after some months* residence in^ Pirie, to find so fe<r oppartunitiesfor discussing important political and economic j questions. One would naturally expect | in a live centre such as Pirie undoubtedly I is to find an abundance of associations and societies vhertin our young men and j women roght develop and cultivate their i powers of oratory and educate themselves in all the .leading questions of the day ; but as far as I chu gather there is not even a literary or delating society of any description in theP««rt. True a" Work man's Association " has been formed, and we all hope that it will be, tha means «>f stirring up the masses, but it will only take in a certain section of the general public, and judging by past experience of such associations the< protectionist e.'emcnt will predominate, and it is hard to understand »hy the workers hang so...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. (Before Mr. W. Goode, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

fMostuw Srftejipsr 19. (Bcfotc Mr. W. Gomls\ J.P.) Jvlm i?ojm Was eharged wi'ii being drank on S"Tnnir>ni»>K-H-roRd on the 17th ins?, and with using indecent laRgange. He pleaded guilty tG buth charges and »as fined 5s. for geJiin£ drunk and 20s. for using indecent language ; in default seven days' imprisonment. Victoria has followed the lead of Kerr Sentb Wales and engaged a (Jorernnjeni teefaUornisi to advise miners. He is Mr. II. C. Jenkins and wss selected: rom 55 applicants, He is 36 years of age.

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Police Court. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. (Before Messrs. W. Goode and J. Haslam, J's P.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

fsHesdwsst. Iatctrday, September it. (Before Messrs. w. Goode and, j, Haslam, JVP.) Harry Twjhbni was charged with ne«7cc6ing to send ht3 soil in school the rcqtiirvd number of da^s. This case was adjourned ihe lOfb hist. - The JROtbtr of the boy appeared, and still fleided not gnii;y. - Br. Stewart re ported that he cousideredibe child quite fit to at. end school* Fined 03. ~

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Port Pirie to Port Germein Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Pert £»i9 to 2?est Otam@m Sail way. : The Commissioner of Cronn L^nds, Hon. L. O'L^ughlin, and Mr. C. Giles, M.P., introduced a deputation from Port Germein, Baroota, and. Terowie to the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. J. G. Jenkins), nu Saturday mov ing, September 1G, to ask for a railway: from Port Pirie to Port Geruiein. Mr. Giles said the line wa« promised to them ten yenrs; ago when Sir. ' Homhurg and Mr. Bews were in the Ministry, arid the Barrier Trade Commission definitely told the people that so soon as further deepening was necessary at Port Pirie the residents were deserving of consideration,. for they "had paid about about <£84,352 for their land to the Government, and thsy had practically no roads.: Messrs G. Stone, J. Bews, G. Wau cliope, H. Flugge. A. Fluage, W. Broad be-ur, D. Thompson, E. Coe, and W. i Jessop pointed > out that the line would would bo of great benefit to the j district, and there would be a large { traffic in timber and wheats The f...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

' DKPABTOBES. Sept 14.—Biera.steamer, 1460 tons. Bean master, for Melbourne. Cargo—2094 ton3, J.Darling & Sons, agents. Sept. 17—Gambler Laaa. ketch, for.Wal ' laroo. Sept. 17.—Spindrift, ketcb, for Port Lin .. coin. Sept. 17—Adonis, ketcb. lor Black Bock-: Sept. 17—Britannia, ketcb, for Port Aogasta. Sept. 17—Dawn, steamer, foi Adelaide ria ports. Sept. 17—Diacella, schooner, for Port Ade ■ laide. - ~ -* . Sept. 17—Investigator, Btearner, for Ade laide. Sept. 19—Brongbton, ketch, for Tickera. Sept. 10—VTilpeua, ketck, for Pt. Webling. Sept. 19—Young Chief, ketcb, for Poet Brougbton. Sept. 10—Beatrice, schooner, for Port Adelaide. v Sept. ID—WHlyama, steamer, 1713; tons. Barry, master, for Sydney. Jargo— 750 tods lead, B.H.P. Co., 800 tons ore, Geo. Wills & Co., 350 tons ore, Darling & Sons. Adelaide S.S. Coy.' ■ . -agents. ,/ : Sept. 20—Maid of Australia, ketcb, for Port Lincoln, Sept. 520—Norroanvilie, ketcb, for Cowell.

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MENTONE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

MENTONE RACES. , A race meeting wa3 held at Mentone this afternoon with the following results:— Trial il.iSMCAP —Lcnte. .J cmfeks' *F fcAT—Diversion. Wjeltkr Rack—5I:ss Welksby. STEBTiECHAse—SXcindeer.

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Four Barrels of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Fobs Barrels of Gold. . Once a man of the laboring class who had often wished to be rich was offered all the money he wished for if he would accept, without a murmur, the troubles and anxieties that wealth usually brings. Gladly the man accepted, and the gold was delivered in four barrels. He lived the/.'life of a prince for a few months, and then the late hours and high living generally began to tell, and bis liver got out of order. To make a .long story short he;got worse and worse, until at last he had spent all his money in; a fruitless searchfor health./ .This,. of course,; was before :Bile Beans ■for;:Biliousness was discovered. Mr. M. A. Roberts, of St. Viricent-str. et, Port .Adelaide, has a different story to tell. He sayg: —" Some seven or eight years : ago: I bad my first attack of biliousness. From that time for the next year- or two I had intermittent attacks of biliousness until about four or five years ago,~ when my appetite'!almost complete failed me. I removed from ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOIl. Wjrchwood, barque, 1,216 tons, W ataon, m&stur, froui Hamburg. Amulree, barqu«, 1323 tons, Steele, master, from Rotterdam. Windsor Park. ship, 1(592 tons, Lambie master, from Hamburg. Fulwood, atiip, 19S6 tons, Journeaj, master, from Hamburg Prince Bob«rt, four-masted barque, 2,65* tons, Hansen, master, from Fort 'lownsond. Coasters—Murle and Phoebe.

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Melbourne Sporting. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (From our own correspondent). MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Melbourne Sporting. [Bv Telegrahp.] (Prom our wair correspondent). 3! ei.boursk, Tuesday "Vjght Sea Girt was scratched for the Caul? j Cup to-flay, aiid Saylos for the j Toorak Handicap.

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Drunkenness in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Mr. Arnold .AVliitei -writing iii the " National Review " on " The Rus sian Bogey/'-refers to the prevalence of drunkenness in the dominion of the Czar. He says: —u The stage of drunkenness in England in the last century finds a parallel in Russia to day, the only difference being that the habit of inebriety, which steadily diminishes with the spread of educa tion and the <bnseqnent softening ;>of manners, shows little sign of diminu tion in Rossiv. The village^assem blies have become worse t hacthey were in the days of serfage. Sir Donald Mackenzie Wallace declares that almost any communal decision may' be obtained by " ti-eating the Mir'—-that is to say, by supplying a certain amount of vodka. Alcohol ism is prevalenfc'in Russia to an ex tent un para lied in other countries. High and low, rich and poor, drink to excess. Liver and kidney troubles are common among all classes. Nor is there the sense of shame in . being overcome with: strong drink which ubtiins in Weste...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

VESSELS TO AKRIVE. Africander, steamer, 2735 tons. Keen master, from South Africa via ports. Sailed Sept. 0. 12 days out. Arroyo, s.s.. 3,564 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Fremantle. To sail. Ayr, steamer, 3050 tons, Gibson, master, for Sydney: To sail. U i ■: George Fleming, steamer, 3,448 tons_ Parsons, master, from Capo Town.- To sail" Gratia. Norwegian barque, 1475 tons' Stray, master, from Barry; To sail. Juanita North, steamer. 3,503 tons, Perry, master, from Monte Video. ■ To sail. . ; Jupiter. Dauisb ship, 1651 tons, Fonder, matter. froth Antwerp. - Sailed Sept. 3,118 days out. - • ■ " John Ena, 4-masted barque, - 2714 tons, 5I;vd°en, master, from Paget Sound, To •ail. J. D. Thomas, American ship, ISO" tons, Lermond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed A igust 17, 28 days out, J. G. JnUns. Geim.in barque, 1076 tons, from Barry Dock. Sailed August 21, i25, days out. Kaffir, steamer, 2736 ton3, Sinclair master, from South Africa. To sail. Mary Augusta, ship; 1,385 tons, Worde...

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The Outer Harbour Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

TiteOalfr Harbour Scheme. la the Legislative Council to-day the Hoii. E. Ward presented a peti tion from Lord Kilmorey praying for leave to intr">duce a Bill authorising the constroctioD of an Qpter Harbonr it Largs Bay.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Ship FULWOOD from Hamburg .. eAPIAIN JQURNEA? will not be lesponsiblu for uny debts contracted by his Crew .withoot his written authority. ^ FIUNCIS II. SNOW, V f A<iei»t. Barque AMULREE from Rotterdam. CAPTAIN STEELE wit! not be responsible for any Debts con tracted by hi3 :Crew without his %yritten authority™ FRANCIS H. SNOW, Agent.* TO MARINERS, &c. AOVAKCB EDITION, 1S». SA WTEL&8 NA UTWA L ALMANAC, : Ephemcris, Thfe» ami Tafctes. Almasara, foar sixes in stock. Advertisements for complete ' ' tdiika tacgiie&antil Sorenlw 10th. B. CORNISH, Agent. Port Pirie. FRED GREY HASmrichfileasnre in' ihtoriftirig his many friends and the pnhlic generally that he has commenced bo3mes« as AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AGENT, ACCOUNTANT, _ WHEAT-BUYER,. LAND. AGENT, HONEY- * LENDER, &e., &c.* Rents and Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated or pnrcftased for Cash Auction Sales conducted auy where In the Colony. Having a large ftmoa&t of Capital a...

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Overland on a Bicycle. Adelaide, Tuesday Night, [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 21 September 1898

Overland oh a fticyele. Adelaide, Tuesday Night, McDonald, who is doing the over land journey on a bicycle, left here for Melboame fo-day.

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