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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

smmp ipWs. Port pirie.—Latitude, S3 tk'jr. 11 aiin. I S-j .Longitude, 13s 1 min. 35. - ^BEIVAbS, r July If J,—Spindrift, k<*!cb, 7i tons, I> Dinwo/tB3aterr frcsa, oisjaLr iCargo— :~r¥tbx. . Joly Iti,—Merit-, ketch, 20 ions, Anderson, master, from c«ist. Car^o—FIm July If*—Yo:mg Galatva, ketch, 17 tons. E. Sponza, mas-ttr, from c«xi3t. Cargo —Flnx. ■ ■ Joly lf}.—Jessio Darling,' steamer. : 155 tons, ^ JJerry, us a* tor, fruin^ Fort f Broug^feb; la tyfi&ist. J ; >% , July 17—Camilla, ketcl), 73 tons, Linqa<?3t. nraster. from coast. Cargo^Flax1. *''' July 17.—V£vi<l, kitob. 43 tons, - I versoa~ - njaster.froia eiMst. Cargtf—Flux. July 17.—ElisatwtUArinifs selcbV-61 tonil 3L A. Diners, Blaster, .from coast. Cargo-—Flux. ~ .* July 17.—Qaraka, steamer. 1700 tons, A/ Paul, master, from Newcastle, from Newcastle via Port Augusta. Cargo— ISOO ioaa coal, Adelaide Steamship Co. July steamer, 1807 tons, W. Donaldson, master, from ^Newcastle via Por...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

H. A. & W. GOODE, IMPORTERS S GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Stock as usual, large and well assorted in all departments. <4 Liberal Discount for Gash. . . See ..Circulars ELLEN-STBEEr, PORT PIBIB, T7 kOBERt hARtebfri. feg ft Railway & General Carriers,. Costoms, Shipping and Forwarding Agents. BRANCHES AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. Adelaide, Port Adelaide, Port Pirie B R OK EN HILL. Goods consigned to tie are delivered to Store Doors in the Town and Suburb*. WHARF AND STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. OFFICE : ON WHARF, ELLEN STREET, S^RI^IiyE WOODMAN'S PIANOS, PIANOS. ORGANS, ORGANS. iSrTiie Largest Stock to select from in Adelaide."^ Lowest Prices. Time Payments. Woodman's, Greufell-street, Adelaide. S. MARSHALL & SONS, Importers of Every Description of iMCAt minraira,: Fianos liLMOS & Olg S3- A. •ON EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS, :0: —— b THE POIilFPEEON,'5 (The New Musical Box.) J63 10s, wmmmrnkt. pkicb lists TO £20. Catalogues ON Application. and Catalogues on Applic...

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Football. SOLOMONTOWN V. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

■** : ** I SOLOMOff-rOTCNJ^FLIKDBIRS The sccond meeting 'between 'tlicse cl uba attractfed a large -attendance. »to - 'he » Recreation Ground on Saturday after noon, and a great de.d of .interest was centred,in the fixture. Both teams had -been training assiduously during the past 'fortnight, and stripped in fi'rst-c'afes turn, while "not a single player />f note was abseut. On'Fricay ib looked as 'though a--postponement would-bcTiecessiTy^oir account o£* the rain, but fortunately it clearud off, and alfhtmgh. the Aground was Very heavy* it clid *iiot 'pretentf a go5d display of football being shown. Con way beat Keough in the loss-, and the Flinders had a strong wind to assist them through the fo.wn go il. From the jump" it was evident the game would be '.hotly• contested, all hands baing very keen on the balh " The Fiindera secured: ironx the. bounce, and Manifold passed to Bosken. Keough sent ifc oat, ana Hirvcy dashed along the wing at a great r.»te. Out of bounds', and' a fr...

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SUSPECTED BURGLARS BEFORE THE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 12. (Before J. P. Stow, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

isl. SPECTfl) B0RO&4RS iBjflFGBE 1HBC0BKT. I im f®!^ TUESDAY, JjCLY 12. i fS, I: '' (Refoiff J.-P. JStow. S. Mkliasi n'unl,'- IVilfiam "¥bung:f and Henry Jiyau were ^charged on - the in formation of Sergeant llaymond with burglariously breaking and entering the <l\velli«? house of George Knapman at Solouiontown about2 in the moriiiug of July IS, 1898, villi intent to steal. John George Walter Knapman, iiceusee of the Railway - Hotel-, Sol<mionfca\vn^ said—1 was disturbed"on" Monday" morn-' ing about u quarter to.3-. by- Jioifiug-.a thump on the floor; spoke to in}' wife, and she said she had hoard a noise before. I sod " It's burglars;" got out of bed and went"out to'thfc-pnssage^'savr a-'light" iii.ihorbar under the. ba&door ; called out -.twicg,- ]oucl!yi« " Who's there ?" Called: to my barman; :and had' difficulty* in a willing" lii of; T.'lienife arrived I wefifc^'tVr the bar door aud op.encd.ifcj there was no 1 igli t there t lion;- b ut I-...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Post and Telegraph Office, Port Piric. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ! Businesshours from 9 a.m, till 8 p.m-. daily; except Saturdays, when it is open from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. ; ' : Money Order Office from 10 a.m. to 5 pi.m.v:; :;r havings Bank Agency, from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., and on Saturdays till 5.30 p.m.. : . The office i3 open for a quarter of an hour for the delivery of letters after the arrival of the mail on Saturday evenings. 10h and after Wednesday, April 1st, mails will arrive and ciose as follows AJJHIVAIu ; ; From Adelaide arid 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 andiritermediate offices at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. From Telowie and Fort Germein at 4 „p.in. ■ : From Solomon town 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. DEPARTURE.-' ; For Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. : i For Adelaide and off...

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LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

• LOCAL BOARD OFTIE SXTH! . " Cfoahpiliffiiconslituted^except that Giv Coles had withdrawn—then ; sat a3 a .Local Board of Health. The Health OfficerWeport was read* •/| The'-TnSite'c&ir "read Jiis report. The Central Board to be asked its opinion ,re cesspno's. f~-: > Cr. Keri-isonjnoved that i the attention of the Pirie District Council's inspector Jao^draw^ri to the%*instinitary> state of trie slaughter-yard just outside Corporation ilimits, find which was seen 011 a rccent inspection. Cr. Lewis seconded. Car-. ried.v '

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Railway Timetable. Passkngbb Tbains from Poet Pibie to Adelaide. . To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tero ivie Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. : I:: • To Adelaide, via Blyfch and Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10.20 a.m.; Centra Station at 10.30 a.m. ; 'J'o Broken Hill, via Petersburg and Terowie.; Ellen-Street Station at 4.40 p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. To Adelaide, via Petersburg, from Central Station only, mixed train at 10.50 pm ' . ■ ' '■ AEEIVA&S. From Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only, mixed train at 4 40 a.m." EVcm Broken .Hill, and Terowie via Petersburg: Central Station at 10.4 a.ui.'j Ellen-Slreet Station at 10.13 a.m. * Prom Adelaide vift Blyth and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellon-street Station at 4.55 p.m. From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central Station at 7.47 p.m.; Ellen-stxeet Station at 7.53 p.m.

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Port Pirie Corporation. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Present—His Worship"thee Mayor (Mr. G. F. Olariduo, .I.P.), Cra. W«Mi, Lewis, Coles, Conley, Iverrisoiy .c.aiul Bunney, the Town Clerk (Mr. Wr'G. Wilson), In fcpcctftc-Hswkeiarid Surveyor Hughes. ^ ~ -s. Minuses; pf^ihe last ordinary apd/sul* joumgd ajgeiingg wvro read ian<t coat tinned. ..The Mayor -reported, that, oil hearing that a diaugo had tVken p?ace in flic ded to almost immediately censeopera-^ tions, lie had asked the members for thu district (Messrs. Catt and Roberts) by -jwiru tu-sce-the Commissioner-and request that boring might bo coMtiuuwT uiitil the new strata*was* gone throug^f and roclr again reached, i As;they wcril. aware, an. inspcfitioTi^was'inadeby thoTn^of-the town last Weanesday, a report of which had been prepared. It had beeiiJraiendoiied" to him that in.viaw of the burglary which had been committed that it would be •well,. for a time, to keep the lamps"burn ing' longer in Ellen-street.- Oil a ■ repre jSeiKation being-made, to liim-of the penni ...

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TRIMMING A HORSE'S HOOF. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

TRIMMING A HORSE'S HOOF. Have you a good rasp fur the feet j of the colts? The old saying "no foct n > horse," is not only a ti ae one b it should teach the farmer to take the best of care of the feet of all' colts. The toe often gets too. long, un balances the foot and- then come splints, spavins, and every other disease to which the feet and legs are heir. See that the foat is kept rasp ed off and level, Eo nob use a: knife if it can be helped, as the first black smith tLafe sloes the cjlt will cab •enough-away...tr lust a lifetimes In r.o part "of the h .rse's anatomy lias he suffered so niany wrongs or endured so muctfunnocessary suffering as in his feet. If there is the least exense avery blacksmith will use a knife. Try to let the colts grow up with such good strong feet that there will bo no excuse for cutting them. Use the rasp on the underside of the toe, and under no eireumstauces put the •rasp on the outside of the foot. The entire hoof, fiom the coronet to the sole, i...

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MONDAY, JULY 18. Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Mosday, .1 uj.y 18. : Before. Mr. J. P. Stow, S.-M.: Charles Thooda whs charged with,being d funic: He pleaded guilty, and^was fined i 5s. or 24 hours' imprisonment. The same defendant was charged' with, "using indccent language. Richard Walsh, P.O.;-Port Pirie, said -—Last night at twenty minutes past nino the prisoner met a gentleman and accosted ;him ; the g&jfclenransmajle no;reply,f and '.the dtifendant^astd^ indecent langtuge: 'I'ijied ^2,'or 14, days concurrently with jireuoug senlepcg.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

feveas ProsfMlea Tested and tried for 3S years In all parts of the world. Such is the testimony of Mrs.E. B. Chop-' pell, otStawell.Yictcria, Australia. She saysi, "It Is with great pleasure that I record my experience as a nnrse for: thirty-five years with the wonderful curative effects of Sarsapama and Dr.Ayer's Pills. Bath of theselhava used in differents parts of the world, includ ing Australia, for myself andmy patients, in cas'ea o! nervous prostration,poorMood, skin diseases and alTcemplalnts rrom weak ness peculiar to .women. I most heartily re commend these preparations to all suSerera from any of the < above named distressing complaints."' - For constipation talto Dr. Ayer'g Thsj promptly relievo and surely core. Take tliem with Dr. Ayer's Sareap&rUIt;: one aids tha otfcor.; Australian Mutual Provident Society, ACCUMULATED FUNDS -...; ... ... £14,500,000. TOTAL ASSURANCES (WITH BONUSES) ... £50:000,000. 1849. JUBILEE YEAR. 1899. The co-oparafion of membe...

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Magistrates' Court, Port Pirie. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13. Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

; Coust, / l>0?£ £i?i§. , - Wednesday,'- J ply! 18i Before Mf. j^l*3£fcow' S.M. i i Faddy with'; TieingI -drunk on Tuesday'riiglit.- • He pleaded guiltyrand-was'-ftneS5<?: ' • The same defendapfc was »• chargedow itli assaulting Elizabetir'Christensenr ! Mr. Scott appeared for informant. : Edward Qrindell, barman at the Inter nal ionat Hotel, |Port ] irie, said—I know ;deferi5danb--i)yisrght■(* last night he" was . using indecent language in the bar ; Mr. .Christonsen (the landlord) and I told him ;to stop. We asked him to go outside,and as he would not go Ave put him out ; he came b.ick again and .took another, man's beer; this was in the bar parlor; he i spilt the beecon jche floor and threw Fthe-j :V!ass up the»"bar"'it' "struct Mrs. J Christonsen on the thumb and struck the ice ehesfc.and„eufc was. a -pi n t- > glass "ike" that of which the broken pieces are ■produced. . Elizabeth Christonsen, landladyof the International Hotel, said—I ssuy defen- ' dant^Iast/ni...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, July 20, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Commercial ®jw>rfc /Recorder Office, July 20. 1808. Wheat (Pi. Pirie) per bushel ...« 0 3 81 . Do. (Crystal Brook) .0. 3„..6~. Do; (Gladstone)/ «v - -3 5 i— I>o. -_feeoi"get6wn.&taoiny.r.- iO.;•<$ 5 Plour (Country) -L , -... .?.lid.;10 0 .JijOrlo 0 <B ranker bushel... ... /£? '••• 0i:0 9 :PoSas$:;&rMsm^:zz~:-~::r$ -o 10 Oafe. per^bushejr.^ / 0 r; iS 0 Chaff, pet-ton £.< i 2 ;il) o .Hay, pef ton ...---Ci 1-2 -do 0 Batter (PfePirsefactbry) wBbl'JsalelS 2J s-irr^J^dairyJ^ '<r.:~^7r. !o ,°;i i Eggs^fser dozerr v;rn%. 7i;V5-%rr~t) §3 4 Ham, per lb. ... ... i... ... OfJp 9 3|acon per lb. H-X ... Of J© 8 rLard. per lb, ... ... ff.... Of It) y£ Cheese,per lb. ... ...||...O§10 8J Onion , per cwt.... ... 0 Potatoes. per ton^ ... ~... " ,.M0vi7 6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Saturday, July 9tt|, • • ' ■ « .> Following Weeks. WE -ARE OFFERED STARTLING I VALUE C- ;-JQ£ We do! / 1 - No_Exaggeration -.. ,-NorlVUsrepresen - .«_>{• * .•* mx j*• * . % *j?"f' -s% ::■■ r\ tattoo. r I #-a w unnmg AiiT CONSUMERS DELIGHTED with the GIIAND .YALXJS they-are getting for .tbeir_3tfoney, _ <t • ^ _■ Special, t inducements to pur chase! lJ Further ^^ducfciong previous to'^lteafMwis. I, reat efforts to clear all ^ ®QQ0S.'j s -in'""' > Newest,"Largest & most: Complete Stock. Cashmeres, all colors," 7^d. yard. r-: Colored Serges at 7£d. ' | Black Serges at t * FaTifiv Dress Staff, 6^d- .ail, JPooble Width:*"'. ' ^ The w hole of obr St<wk: of Fancy and Colored Silks for Trinmiing% &Ci,(three ;p«C<?S—«ls*vls.HllS.jfS 2s. lld.j ^ovthyap tQ 5s.?6d. | \ el vets and Velveteens at half value,^ 9id.yd. . Ml'LLlNEItyr 1 ABSOLUTELY To u -Be / -Sdld. Sea, Admire & Buy AT * Half-Price! Cheapest Goods ever offorcdj ' '- *...

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Visit of Madame Amy Sherwin. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

yisit'ef Madame Amy Sbfflrffu. Mr. AvE.Lnwtonj the advance' agent for Madame Amy Shcrwin," arrived on Tuesday morning, and he-is now making the> necessary ! -arrangements? r vfor . tlie concert to 'be, given-by fchsfc lady ; in. the.' Instituto ;Hall . on. r JChuvsday., >A .good programme is in course of preparation, which . will embrace :some bf ^the'best numbers in Madame'SherwiriVTepe'rtoi're., A crowded liouso should'be assured.,'Mi1 is underatood'thiit a public inception will be accorded the cekbrafedJcantatrice an her .arrival -in; Port- -Pirie Thursday! morning.. , A,simiJar cojnpliuaent was paid, hy the Mayor of Brofeen Hili.on .Mondays and in addition Madame ,.SheWm! rwas serenaded by the members of .the. Broken Hill QuartctP«^i'ty. : AThe«hV>rt seasoii!,t)« the Barrier>has been a highly successful one. -In connection 'with -'the visit "*of ,Madame Amy Shcrwin, the following t particulars of her career will be found i interesting:—Amy Sherwin's first teacher , w...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1898. Judging at Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

--Wednesday, ju|y5?2c^ i^||. % ' - • atpeo^s. gf. -"~ff ,\^if /••••! Till: most important |feat.ur£ nfibg any iShow is that of judging-. Bad§fr in competent judging will bring a?£§i1biety into -eon{empt—booaer -th|0 anf|hing_ else. A Society., may &v« '^|p0or prize^Jist, 01 'one in whiojijthe value of' the awardsJ&marfeJa:iu>Y£rse r|fio to thes value of fch%Stock*ji products for whipfr-they are ofTered, anajt^e^may but all ltbi^\ylillfelitgniay odjfasion gi'Umbiiti^®#i!P®Ss^^rgi^i5;^^ But A. bad JUTigfefiiat oTtty dis^i|ts| 6^f hibitors, but ||!p||o^fei|t j|^|er| object for wi|cb|Sbows *ver|! "fisllef ■ m iS.ER-istS ■§■ ,S': Sas® wsS wss* S- J,i.s into existence, i.e., fo encourage the growth and production^ o| |the best; Yet often, ( especially at country ■ rShc&vs, lipw ca^el^iy is tlijj fSf ofi^> Kfj 'seiectingCafu9ges* ffei-formed ?\? "Of ten a mair is chosen as.^Judge 'becans4 he ^i/a gbd$ sfelld'^ aild occupies an influential position.^ His qualif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

SKfCpM! 09*86 Erery coBgh makes yonr ttros» more raw • and irritable.. Every coagh congests the lin ing membrane of yonr longs. -Cease tearing yoar throat and longs in this way. Fat tho parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. Yob trill seed some hdp to do this- aad roa will find it in sfaetfy m* ■- > IL-'tr ' w y6kjrg% I ffeeteral ■ ~ Prom tits first dcse&equiet and rest " begin; the tickling in tJie throat ceases; the spasm weakens; the^congb. disappears. Co cot trait for pnemsonia acd consuaption Irat cct short yonr cold without delay. .. -i Ayei's Cheriy Pectoral cores because it Iteals. It goes to the very seat of trouble, qniets the inSanmationand makes a pema>. csnt ccrs. Begun in time, it i3 t&a one great prarentive to dl Eeriwa hug troubles. Bewareetetat)imiteKcas- Seethattheinnase caeaBotaft- rog>miait9iaa»nMtt vwi^ According to tlie "'North China Herald" of May 30 the'ltussinns seem to have come to the conclusion that Port Arthnr And Talienvf...

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Sad Case of Child Abandonment. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Sad Cass ef Qbild ^a&doameat. A most -pathetic cas e of child: abandonment comes from North Fiizroy, where a little girl, about six: weeks oW/ was fonnd" (Tjing on, the verandah" of J the Salvation Army Hnven,Alfred-c'tesent, on Tuesday night. The, age of the child preclude*: the! possibility of the case being one of the hundreds reported every jear, and annsaal interest is added to it by the following letter pinned to tha dress of the infant:— " ' " J3ciaf;FripndJ—Whoever may g»t my dear little baby, he kind to her, and bring her np a Roman Catholic. I am heart-brokea to part with her in this mnnner, bat what is a mother to do ? The father has left us in this lonely world to do the best we can, and I am too weak to keep her any longer. All I have had this week is: ft little.bread and a cup of tea; end to feed a baby on that, I cannot.: So, God forgive me for doing this, - and > may God bless ihe kind mother that may get her. Her name is Aggie." The'littleibne^ill hi1 ^i^...

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At the Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

Attko ©rccery Sters WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. There is a neat and natty grocery store at the corner of Rathdown and Painters too streots, Melbonrne, wliere one can always drop in foi an inter esting chat with the proprietress, Mrs. Margaret Rossj who assists her husband in managing the business. The theme upon which the conversa tion frequently tarns is the marvel Ions recovery from nenralgia which Mrs. Ross has experienced through nsing Dr.; Williams' Pink Pills F r Pale People. A reporter dropped in at-the store recently, and to him Mrs. Ross kindly; narrated her experi ence " " nave been a sufferer from neu ralgia for ten or twelve years," she said, but nothing relieved me ex cept Dr. Williams'. Pink Pil !s for Pale People,which alone have effected a core. Ail changes of season prove futile,to arrest ruy malady. Daring thedaytime my sufferings were pain ful, but on retiring to rest the agony J snfFeredr^ras excrociating,' reducing me to a state of general collapse. I felt it during t...

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Mr. Reid's Albury Speech. LIVELY READING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 July 1898

LIVELY KEABI> G The following is lbs Argus report, of Premier Bcid's Albury speech TbeAdelaiae daiiies have only fur nished abridged reports, and we ro prjduce it in full kcaoso it is worth reading;— Mr. Reid said that as he came along in the train thai morning be received the announcement that a man ■whose name was well-known - in con* nection with federation had b^en trno | to his past carcer by suddenly run-j sing away from the duel-—(laughter) —frith Mr. Millennia the constituen cy at Bourke. He referred to Mr. Barton. (Groans.) They would re member that a few days ago Mr. JJar tm told the electors of Hay, when they asked him to stand there, that be was definitely pledged to stand at Bourke, and that tinder no circum stances conid be desert that consti tuency. (Laughter and cheers.) -Now, they found when the great vote x r the Federal Bill was polled in Boarke MivMillen was so mnch impressed that he bad half-made np bis mind to contest some other constituency. -No doubt, Mr. ...

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