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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

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Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Death of Jane Cakebread. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

T&e Bsath efJaaa A London correspondent wrote on September 15:—.The decease is > an nounced,' at a ripe old age,' of the {anions and venerable litigant, Jane Cakebreadj Who died in the lunatic asylum whither she was consigned .after Lady Henry*; Somerset's spas-: anodic effort; at her reformation. . J: only heard the-other day thetrue, i story of how. this philanthropic en deavour reallv erided. At the' police' court Miss Cakebread was accused of throwing things about" at Lady : Henry's 3 uebriate Home, but - the precise nature of the missies nsed did not transpire. It seems that Jane wns discontented from the first . with her? surroundings m the country. -On the strength of a long and distinguished, career of intemperance, and an' un equalled record of :4PP convictions, she liad got ouiuprison remarkably, well. - The governor, the warders} and the convicts ail alike treated lifer as - a; person of consideration, and, being a hard and willing worker at the wash tub, she e...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Cricket. EARLY CLOSERS V. PROPRIETARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

~ • ©Ticket. • ■ EARLY CLOSERS V. PRO i " PRIETARIES. : f This match; although spoken of a i»ood; deal,! failed to draw" anything like a decent attendance, on Wednes-, dayv The 'Closers put their bej»l| team in the field,; while the Proprie" iaries were rnious one or .two of their regular players, but' had air; their leading■ .lights. The.Early;„CIosers were t'e: first to bat,Claridge and; Hill being deputed, to oppose Ogilvy iind Sandry.; .The latter dean bowled Hill with his first ball, and Gr. Simpson was snapped :rip by Goss at the wickets off - the same bowler. 2—2—2 was looking bad for Green's .team* Hbufrj^n ^Wrpjnjjibecpnjing associated with Claridge a good stand ■was made, 83 runs being contributed before a • separation? ;: was effected!' Clar idge, played goibd ■ jprickst for ~ his totaKof il^ and isja hia^^man £o get. rid of. . As a rule he has a -tendency to hit "after making a few, but this was not apparent on Wednesday, a!-' though be made some capital drives. Turpin w...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

&s.nmaaM£, ' ^ f THE ffaward Smitlj Line Tk» JSMaaws* of this line will sail troai Pert Pine follows (cireamstaacex permitting) " *"« ■) S.S.OAWN ALtjLSTA .1; - i V . ■ . '• EDITHBUBO t «*kJV «<>*• " PORT AbEUlDE ^ fPasseusera awl Carjt>,) r*SE»:-To FOBT AUGUSTA, Saloon, lZs:&. STEEBAOE, 7«. 6<|. ; : , T« FOBT ADELAIDE, Mftf Sieeiajt, 12s. fS&.* Social Trip Tia A agnsta,' Edithborsh. uti AiaUOa tack to Port Pirw. SSa. Ta Eegular FoTtmghtly Service. . MEtBOCBSTE I S.S. TIME 3XWCASTLE sml all ... f , a,0J?DAr\. - QCEEKSLAJfD Ports I KOTE.—tibenU Discount off Steeraja (ares t» Qneeiulan*! Ports. ~ West Australian - Goid fieids. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. At BAST | FBEMAJJTLE \ ir.daj.N6* 11 PasMTtfera fceoked right thmajh to theGoldfiel&a. AH Freights an4 Passenprer fares at lowest Bates; CdALw Beat H*ik«1joI<1. JEd»im>, and BiacksmithVCOAl. sappl£e4 Lowest Prieen.large or szasll ^uauti 49&&a...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

SEnOTK&OTBWS. Part Pirie.—Latitude, 33 dejj. 11 mis. S.; I>>n«itadef13^de2- 1 mi3. E. ABBIVALS. Not. 2*— Egreraont Castle, steamer, (A.S. i-S^X-'o.'s line), lS73 ton3, Kose, from Newcastle via Port Adelaide. Cargo— 3400 teal. Adelaide Steamship Coy, : < ■- :,;i Nov. 3—Success. Iceteb. 01 tons, Schmidt, from Port Adelaide via Point Turtoa. Cargc—Flux. Nov. 3.—Ariel, ketch. 40 tons, Soffett, From Kangaroo Island. Cargo—Flux Nov. &—Ifawthotn, ketch, ut ton?, Baker, from Tickcra.Cargo—Flux. No*. 4.—Eliza, ketch, 29 tons, from Port Adelaide. Cargo—Flux-. ; Littleboy. froin Port Adelaide-—Foil cargo of brt'-ka. Nov. -1.—Britannia, ketch,i 23 tons, W. Bnrgoyne from Porfc Broughton. Cargo—Bins, Nov. 4.—Time, steataer, (Howard Smith Linos 1070 torn. Brown, from New castle via Port Adelaide and Wallaroo Cargo—1362 tons coal. Wm. Howard Smith and Sons, agents. No*. 4.—Dawn, steamer, (Howard Smith Line), 328 tons. Heaney. from Port Adelaide via Edithburgfand Wal...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

^a TONE UP THE SYSTEM AGAINST OPPRESSIVE HEAT ' "i Consider it Unequafed" ■Mr. £4wit) Bright of Brisbape, Queensland, gives this strong ■ testi? sionigil; - "I am.pleased to I have used AVER'S SarapariMi both in the United States and through oat Australia whenever I have felt the need of a tonic. Asa remedy for. loss of appetite, weakness and debility, and to tone uj> the system to •withstand the oppre^iYe^eat^pd sudden changes.I g^nsider i| qqe^ualed.'' Per eonstSptHoa take Dr. Ayer-s Pills. Thay promptly-resteTe and aorelycure.: Take thetn %1B> l?r. Aref* Sartaparttla; oaq aida tSa oilier. H. A. -& W. GOODE, IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. o -.Stock as usual, large and well;assorted in all departments. A Liberal discount for Cash. See Circulars 0 ELLEN-STREET, PORT PIRJE, [5Mi Railway & General Carriers, G nstpniSj Agents. BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. Adelmoe, Port Adelaide, Port Pirii BROKEN H ILL. Goods consigned to us are delivered to Store ...

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An Inventerate Grumbler. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

An GramUsr. There once lived in Edinburgh a well-known grumblern^ed: Sandy Black, whose often-recurring fits of spleen or indigestion; -pnodaced some am using scenes of senseless"irritability which were highly relished by all ex cept the fellow's good; patient; little wife. * One morning Sahdy rose bent on* a quarrel. The haddies and eggs were , excellent,; done to a, turn; and had been ordered by himseif.the previous -evening, but breakfast passed without the looked-for compliment. " '^Wiiat-witl you ' have^for 'dinner, Sandy ?" asked Mrs. Black. "A chicken, madatu,'* said the hus band. ' " Roasted or boiled ?" % " Confound; it,madam, if, jyou had been a good andf considerate jivife; you would have known before this what I liked!" Sandy growled out, as, ■slamming the-door, he left the house. It was in the s;>rin^ and- a frieirid who was present heaid his little wife say : ' :: :,> " Sandy's bent on a disturbance to-day.; I shall not please him, do what I will." , : The dinner...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Accident to a Councillor. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

Accident to a Cooneiiior. Adelaide, Friday Nighfc. Councillor Gillofaud, of the Sema phore, was seriously injured in a trap accident al Stirling East fast night.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Eat Five times a Day. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

■ The wise doctors grow wlseiv with each year. Time was when they' were wise enough to fell us that the chief of si as against one's stomich was to give'it work to do before putting it to" bed. s This was declared to be the fruitful source of dyspepsia and night mare and other unholy afflictions. They are: wiser how, and tell us that so far from being wrong to our selves to eat before gpibg to bed it is a wise and desirable thing to do, especially-in the case of delicate | persons and growing children, or i when food of the previous. meal has ; had time: thcroughiy lo digest b®fbre the sleej ing hbur. f ' J Many a person lias found - this out or himself or herself: by personal experiment. There are a'few persons so unfortunate as to lie unable to eat even lightly before sleeping- without having a stupid headache the next day.,-.. , ' But the majority of people are only the better for a little food at bedtime. It should not be rich ->ri of great variety. •. ' A few biscuits and cu...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Ministerial Movements. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

^iiiisteriaS Movements. ;* AuELAIdE, Friday- Night. The Treasurer has gone*,to-the Yankaiilla Show, Other Ministers will attend Mr Goyder's funeral to morrow, .. - >

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The Orchard. NOTES FOR NOVEMBER. (From the Garden and Field.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

The OrebasS. NOTES FOR NOVEMBER. (From tbe Garden and Field-') Regulating Growth.—One of the troubles of the amateur is the uneven growth which his trees make. Maybe he lias followed instrnctions as : to pruning in winter as carefully ns possible, ami now finds that either too many or too few shoots have started, I or that if the right number are i growing1, one or two are runuing away from the others, or maybe all are growing nicely except: one,: which is like; the weakly pig in the litter; which refuses to thrive. If too many shoots are growings the superfluous ones can be rubbed off now of - pinched back as fast; as they begin to grow,; and then be removed in winter. When buds refuse to break- the problem is one beyond the scope of the amateur's work, for it: is doubttul if any instructions can be made clear enough for guidance. Experience aloue will teach how to treat such cases. When one or : more shoots show a, tendency to grow faster than, the others they are probably robbers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

Are You Yon might make a single meal of rich pies and cakes, and not mind it Bat you could sot live on these all the time without ruining your digestion. _ e Tet, week after week and month after. „■ month, yon allow your brain and nerves to be fed with impure blood- - - The general debility, thin blood, pale cheeks, nervousness, "loss of appetite and depresaionof spirits, are loud warnings from nature. Your nervous system is weakening. Before, the raiacomes take : AVERTS Sarsaparilla It removes the poisons from the blood, and. thus removes the casse oLall your troirbb. It aids the digestion, strengthens the nerves and supplies the body with rick, red blood. ■v For chnstipaUon take" Aykr's Pitts. They promptlr and surely core. : Take . them witfi Ajvr * Samparilla; oco aids tfrg other.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

Tlje safqst, the most effective, and the quiekest curb fop Coughs and Golds is Fatglding's €®H^fili5ip. thousands .of Eamife keep this valuable Medicine, and by ig timely use much illness is avoided. ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Refinings. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

: SeS&itigg.' i Hot. Sickness. Mortalityam»ng3t infants. King Typhoid resuscitated. Hi\s!ain'8 chance looks rosy. Sack death of little JesaiePengiily;. Typhoid evidently nn>the increase.- ' GJss showed fine form with the gloves* . The Propnetariea fielded very' poorly.' P.C. Hnrnett transferred to Adelaide. A mild form of influenz* very preva lent. Centrals organizing a concert for the , 14th. i Young Mohawks' are up to daie an'3 I data. . , , Haslain, Tennant, and Alfordv'inr "the .field. - .. ft.... Barrold Brothers loafc £60,000 in five years. : A good honest public servant was Gbyder. : Head the Argus arfcicle on rici-ig on page 4. F.C. Hiraett has been transferred-to Adelaide. - - An open letter containing some candid criticism. - ': Mr. Jiiseph Blansotn a candidate? for NortH Wsicd. >> , i j Claridge and Turpin the star batsmen of tlie 'Closers. The membera Jfor 61 idstone h ivinga busy- time lately. I £110 hot bad for Port Pirie's Army self-dunial effort. j 1...

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Opening of the Schools' Exhibition in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

Opening of (he Schools! Ex^ hibilion in Adefoitfe. AoEtuUDE, Friday Night. TheSiioister of Edacatiofi" opened tbe Schools* IndustrialExhibition this aftcrnooit in the presence of a large attendance. Tbe display, of exhibits generally was most creditable. -

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). Harrold Bros.' Estate. A LOSS OF £60,000 IN FIVE YEARS. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

(From oar o®n «>rresBpotKlenta). flarrotd Bros.' Estate. A LOSS OP £60,000:I STROVE , ,. TBARS. /,' ■> Adelaiiie, Friday N*ght. - When antler examination in; the Insolvency Conpt to-day Mr. A. L. Harrofd'gave particalara of the firm's initial loss, wbfch was! nearly £60,000 between the years 1891 aud 1896- 1

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Ore Freights. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

The. agitation against the proposal of the Railways" Commissioner to in crease the freights on ore earned by rail from Broken Hill to the seaboard has borne fruit, the Government having . promised not- to impose the extra charges until January I> 1900. This decision is a fair one, and has given, pretty general satisfaction. It is a mistake to suppose, as many do, t hat the question is one thai; affects the tnineowcersonly^ O It'is of moment to everyone who is concerned - in the prasperity.qf the wloriy. f The enormous advantages which this colony has reaped and is; reaping from the Broken Hill trade cannot be- too strongly emphasised. The pros perity of one centre radiates from end to end of the colony. Those take a shortsighted view of the question who say that because there is less back-loading- thron'srh the Companies having transferred - their smelting operations < tp S oar: territorythe colony is a loser. Certainly a little is lost in railway freights, but the col...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Port Pirie Recorder. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1898. The Water Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

mu $ovt ptte Jjieajrtber. Saturday, November 5,1898. Tlie Water Bifacalty. J The water difficulty is becoming more and more serious. There seems little prospect that the supply at. Beefcaloo will increase; indeed, there is grave reason to fear that the present outflow'froth the springs wiM not be maintained through the summer. It must be admitted that the Government are doing their level best to stall off an actual famine, and, realising as we do tlie difficulty, of dealing with the problem that con fronts them, we have no desire to harrass them unnecessarily. But it seems to us there is one step they might take which would greatly help to lessen both their difficulty and that of many who have to look to them for a supply of water; - Experience has taught that Beetaloo is not and is not likely to be equal to supplying the quantity of water that rwill■ ;be required from it under the present system of rating if the price charged for the water be a fair one. It is doubtful if, even at ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

C*CY i ^['1 p Hasjnst opehed aboat Q f^ClCAC I I L^Cf New and Fashionable OO VClbCd DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. ■— II' ; n * —— ■— COTTLE IS A DIRECT IMPORTER. Men's New Straw Hats at 6d, 9d, Is, Is 3d, and Is 6d at Cottle's, ; Boy's Straw Hats 4^d, 6d, 9d, Is, Is 3d, up to 2slld at Cottle's. Straw Hats, hundreds to select from, the very latest shapes, at Cottle's. Mens Shirts (collars and pockets^light) Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Suits—real good wearers—15s lid, 17s 6d, a,nd 21s, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lid, 4s lid, and 5s 6d, at Cottle's. Good wearers. Men's Mole Trousers, 3s 6d, 3s lid, 4s 6d, good weights and clinkers to wear at Cottle's, Men's Cotton Cords, all frizes. 2s 6d. 2s lid, 3s lid pair at the Spot Cash Prater's—Cottle's. Men's Undershirts and Pants, Is, Is 6d, is lid, 2s lid, at Coti-le's. Men's Cashmere So6ks. 9d pair. Men's Merino Socks, 4£d. 6d. 9d, and Is at Cottiers. Cottle's for Scarfs and Braces,6d, ;9d, Is. Cottle's f...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Koolunga. [From our own Correspondent.] November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

[From our own Gon-espondenh | November 2. |.; On Monday moruing; lastJessie ! Penally aged IgVyeara^anddaugbterof Mr. John Pengilfy, farmer of this district, I met jith; a'.;'fatal .'Accidentia-: '"Ifappears that the girl had to-drive the. stock from the yards at the hoase to "one of the paddocks, and was rfdibg a quiet -horse and cue that she had often ridden hof«re for the same purpose. As the horse came^galloping home alone the mother at once hurried in search of her daughter, whom she fouud on the road ap parently dead. Medical aid was at oii,ce sought, but life was extinct. As .no one saw the accident-, it can : only -be . surmised taw it took place. It is thought that when, remounting^ , after opening the gates^ the saddle must 'have slipped round, thus frightening the horse; the girl's foot being caught in ihe stirraps as she was dragged quite 150 yards, and was fearfully knocked aboufc" : The funeral took place yesterday,* and was largely attended ; by sorrowing neighbours a...

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