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A Terrible Chronic Cough and Cold. THREATENING CONSUMPTION. MARVELLOUS AND RAPID CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

▲' TerrittoGlkdate- Coughed Geld. THREATENING CONSU MPTION. MARVELLOU3 AND RAPID CURE. Among the , numerous': letters -and :testa- I Tnontali constantly pouring m upon the - Life:' Drops Proprietary appears the following I fiom Miss E- Chappie, of Alexander Street:— | "law iniiou* to let you and others: fcnow whatyonrLifo Drops have done:, for; me.-, | About twelve ni on< lis a go I. caugh t a severe ! coM wbicti settled ou iny chest;' and " clc- ! ■yelopea into a di tressing cough and boan-c ness. The pa:n in «iy: chest,~ together with the cough, was .so serwe that. it often k«*pt me awake for nhole nights at a time. Tha' cough was of such a terrible" nature tliafc -it was nlmostas distressing to other.*, aa it whs weakening and painful to mo. I think I have fried erery cou&limedicine I could liiear <jf, aid was treated for :a long time by a doctor without get Ung cured of my plaint. While I took lr s medicine my cough was ebuievhal relieved, but retur...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

DfaTARTURFS. Nov. 30 — Yoan}; Chief, ketch, for Port Broughton. Nov. 30.— Eliza, ketch, for Kangaroo Inland. Nov. 33—Fnlwood, ship, 1986 ton3. Jonr «eay, fur Antwerp. Cargo—3308 tons, concentrates. Gibbs, Bright & Co., agents. N«v. 30— Anslanii, steamer. 1812 ton3, Davies, fur Sydney. Cargo—50J ton.1? concentrates, Australian Metal Co.; 3tfJ tons concentrates, F. H. Sujw : 'Arj tons concentrates, W. E. Cave &. Co.; GUO tons lead, Proprietary Mine Co. Adelaide Steamship Co.. agents. Nov. 'M.—Maid of Australia, ketch, for Port Lincoln. Dtv. 1 — Lady l>aly. schooner, for Tickera. JMj. 2—Port Dwniaon, steamer, 3433 tons Newman, for London via Sydney. Cargo—1790 tons concentrates. Geo. - Wills & Co., agents, Deo. 2—Laurel Branch, steamer, 2140 tons, Kittson, for London via Sydney! Cargo—17G0 tons zinc concentrates. Australian Metal Co, P. H. Snow, agents. Dec. 2- Nyropho, German ship. £076 tons, Hilm*r. for Newcastle. In ballast. Dec. 2—Mary Webster, schooner, ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

Pert Pine.—Latitude, 33 dec. U taia, fj.; Loogitade., I3S deg. 1 mio. E. ABBIYALS. Jiuv, 3u—Success, ketch, 01 tons, Schmidt from Point Turton. Cargo—Flux. Not. 150—Merit*. ketch, 20 tons. Anderson, frotn Point Webltn;;. Cargo—Flos. I>ee.l—Elizabeth Annie, ketch. 61 tons, 5! S. Diaeeo, from Wallaroo. Cargo —Flax. Dts-. I.—Yiriii. ketch, 48 tons, Iversen. from Point Btley. Cargo—Flax. Dec. I—Wilpeija. ketch, 19tons. Patterson from Point Webling. Cargo—Fhix. l>ec. I — Mary, ketch. 33 tons, Boaser, from Wallaroo. Cargo—Flax. Det 1— Adonis, ketch, 50 tons, Gynell, frwm Dbck Eock. Cargo—Flux. ft*- - — N:» Arrival, ketch. 24 tons. Harmstroff. from Tickera. Cargo Flu*. lfcc.2—Time, steamer, 1670 tons, It. R. Brown, from Newcastle. Cargo—1309 tons coal. Wm. Howard Smith & Sons, agents. Dcc. 2—Mary Lfaia, ketch, Carlson, from Port Augusta, Cargo—General. Dec. 2—IXiwc, steamer, 328 tons, James G. Little, from Port Adelaide via Gulf porta. Cargo.—M0 tons general. Wm. Howard Smith...

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The College Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

The College Criet et Malch. Tbe cricket match to-dov between St. Peter's -and Prince- Alfred col lege? was ao excellent game. The Saints were disposed of for 155 runs, while tbe .Princes lost four wick- ts for 60.

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TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondents). Adelaide Municipal Elections. ADELAIDE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

(From oar o»n correspondents). Adelaide Moekipmi Elee " 'floss.- " Adelaide, FridayNight. At fcbe declaration of the poll to day nothjngVeryexcitingtranspired: Mr. T. H. Smeatoo attribnted his defeat to want o£ organization,to the influence of the «]ie©o»ed victuallers, and alleges thai be' lost a portion of the, Labor vote, tbroagli Mr. "Ware having advertised largely, io_ the Weekly Heralds » . ; - . -

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Wandearah. (From our own Correspondent.) December 1 [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

Waadeasak. • (Prom our own Correspondent.) December 1 The strawberry fete in conQection with tho East Wesleyan Church was well attended last night, and judging from the fact that the sales seemed to be continuous and brisk the whole evening, a good sur plus will be available towards the reduc tion of the debt on the church." Mr. E. Jacobs assisted by Mrs Jacobs, Misses Jacobs, Ferguson and Evers, together with* willing helpers, attended to the various wants of the young and old. . Friends* from Port Pirie also assisted to make the evening enjoyable with vocal and instrumental music. Miss Lillywhite,. Messrs Frank Lilly white and Pimlott being the performers, and their efforts were much appreciated, though in cou aequence of the contindancs of business during the rendition of items nothing iike. ^ fair hearihg could be obtained, jinother gentleman 'whose name I could not catch, recited "Two sides of a shilling " in a manner which-satisfied the audience - that; he was capable of more,...

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The Financial Position. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

The Financial Position. The debate in the Assembly this week on the financial condition of the colony is the most encouraging fact of the sestion, though the tone of the speakers was dolorous indeed. It is madness to conceal the fact that the Loan Bill will increase the in debtedness Wi>75 per head, and the annaal interest to a million sterling. At the same time our trade has diminished rather than increased during the last twenty years. A tbird of tke public debt is nnptoduc tive of interest. A good deal of it pays ind i rectly. The colony is Hot rich, is not self-contained. What is contributing largely to the drift is the retentien of the Northern Terri tory in tinst for a white Australia. The, situation suggests caution Every thing" depends upon .strong" and wise admiiistration. The village settlements have been a failure, though the money dropped is not all lost,, as it has been a lesson in the imptacticabieness of communism, an expensive lesson too. What is immediately requi...

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EARLY CLOSERS V. CENTRALS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

EARLY CLOSERS V. CENTRALS. A fair attendance watched »he play between these clubs on Wednes day, when the 'Closers pat a good team in the field, albeit tbey were minus the services of Turpin. It was capital weather for cricket, and when the Centrals took the field it was generally expected they were in for an aftern oas leather hunting. ; How ever. their bowling was better "than usual, and their opponents were got rid of for 133—not a bad performance, all things considered. Claridge and Bull were the p oncer batsmen, the bowling being entrusted to Trennery and Mitchell. The h'tter was oat early, but Claridge took matters quietly, and .was not nearly so aggressive as usual. Still, his 20 was the outcome of a good innings. Neman and Simpson did not last long, and a new man in Humpbm put h:s foot in front tc Milbourne. D- Green put on 11, and his brother George after being quiet (for him) for 22, hit with rare vigonr, and doubled his score in a very short time. He was still there when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

Paulding's Field Magnesia Tb« Safest-- 'and most' Effectual4 aperient for Ladies and Children; . Always Fr esh and of u di form Strength -- An iufillible Remedy in many cases , q£ Gout. - ' '

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Cricket. CENTRALS V. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

Gsieke& CENTRALS RAILWAYS The second masting between these clobs took place on tlio ^Recreation Groaiid hist Saturday In the presence of a moderate uoniber of spectators. The Centrals had first nso of the wickets, Trenaery and Briipage being licin^ depnted to oppose the bowling of Mil let* and Michael. Both batsmen went early, Treimcry just failing to reach doable figur s. IHraan con tributed 11 before lie was caught- off Ker, biit Michael got one past llay ■mond without ary addition to the "scjres. 3ii!boorue got fairly going, and played havoc .with the bowling averages. He treated all alike, and :t was decidedly hard lack to be dis missed when ouly fonr shot t of the ccutury. His cricket was well worth watching. Burton rendered good assistance by hitting u,» 21, when Michael botvied him. Nunan did uot do badly in his initial performance, and Mitchell displayed a marked im p.*ovemenfc oq his former exhibitions while compiling' 35 not out The last wicket fell with the total ...

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Disease Among Stock on the Broughton. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

TO THE EDITOB. Sir—The disease which has lately caused so much mortality among stock is very similar to that which .some years ap-, pears to.be very prevalent in the mouth of November, while other years are almost free from it. During November in 1878 it was most ' viruleut among horses. - ; My losses and those of Mr. Howe, my neighbour at the: time, were very considerable. I" sent all sorts of swamp grasses and weeds to the late Dr. Schomfeurg;ito xget Vliis opinion about their -poisonous /qualities, -but none of them that stock would eafcwerepoisonous. Every year the same grasses and: herbage; grow in jour;, gwainps; and our stock eat thsiri arid remain bealthv. which breaks dowu the theory that any .particular seed or gras3 is injurious. The fox-tailed swamp grass is accused of causing a stoppage iu tne intestines, • producing stomach staggers. • but if th is were true the disease would occur .every year.v ^I. haye . used this grass for hay. cut when very grcsii, and so did Mr. G...

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Continuous Cropping of Land. RESULTS OF IMPORTANT EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

CoBtiii^o-as ofLaad. RESULTS OF IMPORTANT EX PERIMENTS, The following are results'of expert--' tnents on the continuous cropping of land as conducted at \Voburu by the Royals Agricultural Society of England :— 1. That both wheat and barley can be grown perfectly well, year after year, on the same land, if only the proper manures be applied. Whether or not this continuous corn growing woold be profitable is, how- i ever, another matter, and must de pend upon the market prices of corn and stra w and the cost of i he manures. Both the experiments supply the data for calculating what the result would be under any particular c:rcuuisfcances, and also what would give the most profitable result. 2. If land be kept clean, it may continue to produce moderate crops of wheat and barley for a number of years, though no manure whatever be used, The exhaustion of the laud, under such' circumstances, goes on but rery gradually. 3. It is useless to supply mineral raauu res' alone for either wheat o...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

§p&rtisg &?6te3. TBt "Viatob.1 j Ti e ret. who passed The Grafter prior to bis purchase by Mr. J. G« Clarke says the brown gelding is one of tlio sonndesfc animals he ever examtncd. . Woodstock Enclosure, Rooty Hill, the scene of many a capital contsing meeting, is to be improved and broaght thoroughly up to date for the '99 3easou. A hurdle race : for £2 will take place on the Recreation Ground next Saturday between, J. McDonald and T. OToole, two well-known foot bailers. The distance has been fixed at 135 yards, and ten obstacles will bo; negotiated during the journey. G. Farrow, the well-known trainer jockey, who was so successful with Sunflower and others a while back, may be seen in the saddle at any time now,aud as he has not put on any weight during the apell he has had his services should be in request with owt-ers, as he is a capable man. There was much illfeeling ex pressed over the withdrawal of several prominent candidates for the Sandhu st Cup on Wednesd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

impure mnl Suffered for three years Mr. F. AVestall of Mitcham. So. Austmlja, semis tis liis portrait Avbicli allows a smooth ami liealtliy condition of tlioskin, J3ut lie Iws liadtiic following experience i ; u For tlie past three year? I have been suf fering: from an eruption of t&o body. T had medical attendance and had medicine to take and a lotion forontward application,buttbey did not : do me the slightest good. In fact 1 tried ail sorts of medicine and nothing seemed to relieve me. My life was a burden. X had no appetite nnd I could not sleep. £ was strongly advised to try ^ ^ gHUYDft i iiv a friend who had received great benefit from if;: ISB,-and :nfter talcing only twt> IrjUies tli<s itching lefEmo and I fait tetter in •wajv r comjutisffl tajUng thaBafsat . Ajefa Sarsaparilla:

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Bits from "Quiz." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 3 December 1898

Sits &em " Quis." The bar trade of the pub at Iten mark, which pub is ran by the Irrup tion Trust on the Gothenburg system, is looked after, by a gentleman wha was once a leading hblel keeper in London. It is said that sv drunken man in llenmark ■ is now almost as rare a sight, as a dead: donkey A. Jew complained to a London magistrate recently that his wife had married him under false pietences bhe claimed to be a Tewess when he married her, but he very soon found out she was a Christian.: A false statement) was made. Being a Jew he could not' live with a Christian I woman. The magistrate advised the applicant to go to the Chief Ka'obi j ot the Divorce Court. Ihe People, a Loudon paper, is re sponsible for the following, de ll.juge tnonfc Australian savages eat t luv green ants raw. They stamp upon an ant-hill until the ants run np vheir legs, when they scrape them off as they come up and transfer them to their mouths. Out of 450 courses: run on the Plumpton at Piympton las...

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Tuesday, December 6. (Before Mi. J. P. Stow, S.M.) ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Elizabeth Johnson was charged with | attempting to commit suicide by jumping into the river at Pork Pirie on the previous day. - W. Fowler, railway clerk, said—I was on the Baltic wharf yesterday evening at 7.20 ; the prisoner was standing within ft foot of the waling piece, and was crying; she was alone ; I went along the wharf and when 1 returned she was on the edge of the wharf crying very bitterly and had both hands in her handkerchief i*i front of her eyes; being afraid she would tumble in asked her what was the matter; she screamed very loudly and jumped into the water which, is 18 or 19ft. deep ; went to come lads who were bathing about 20 yards up; they swam to her assistance; I ran to the Police Station and reported the matter; she was fully dressed. Newton Codd, sou of Frank Codd, liviug at Solomontown, said —George Sanders was with me bathing when we heard someone squeal; a man ran along the wharf and s...

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Police Court, Port Pirie. SATURDAY,, DEC. 3. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Police Court, Port Piris. Saturday, Dec. 3. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M.) Joseph Flummcr, Mans Andersen, and Chas. Bell were found guilty of drunken ues3, and fined 5s. each. John King was charged with the farceuy of four butter-coolers, the property of Mr. John Goatley Lewis. Thu offence was committed in broad daylight. The prisoner, an elderly man, was seen to walk deliberately up to Mr. Lewis's shop and take the articles, which were exhibited outside. He then ran away and escaped, but was afterwards arrested with I he bultcr coolers in his possession at an hotel. He pleaded guilty to tho offence^ and was sent to gaol for 14 days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

COTTLE Has just opened about £ -fcS* *v V New and Fashionable DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. I -- - J. COTTLE IS A DIRECT IMPORTER,. Men's New Straw Hats at 6d, 9d, Is, Is 3d, and Is 6d at Cottle's. Boy's StrawHats 4^d, 6d, 9d,ls, ls3d, up to 2s41d at Cottle's. Straw Hats, hundreds to select from, the very latest shapes; at Cottle's; 'Men s Shirts (collars and ■ •pqcjtet^Kghty.is:^ Cottle's.. Men's IVeed Suits—real' good'wearers-^15s lid, 17s. 6d, and 21s, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3s lljd, 4s lid, and 5s 6d,at Cottle'^. Goodwearers., ; . - Men's Mole Trousers, 3s 6d,3s lid, 4s 6d, good weights :ain(d clinkers to wear at Cottle's, j Men's: Cotton Cords, all sizes. 2s 6d. 2s lid, 3s lid pair at the Spot Cash Praper's—Cbttle's. ? Men's Undershirts and Pants,'Is, la 6d, lslld,2slld, atCotJe's. Men'sCaslimere Socks. 9dpair. Men's Merino Socks, 4-|d 6d 9d, andlslatCottle's. ' _ Cottle's for Scarfs and Braces, 6d, 9d, Is. Cottle's for Boys3: Shirts. 9d and is eaeh. If ypu want ...

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The Drink Traffic. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Ska Dsiak Tr&file. TO THE EMTOB. Sir. - In addressing myself to the task of answerinz y«iur leader of the 3rd iust. iu reply to tuy letter, I have to confess to a feeling in some measure of " The stern joy which warriors feel ; In foemen worthy of their steel." ' and only regret that lack of early training in the art of mental fencing prevents me using my weapon more effectively. Your first objection is, " that the small, but aggressive temperance party wishes to thrust its views down other peoples throats." By other people of course you mean the aiiti-l<icil-optioni*t party. 1 can assure you. Sir, that our party, never attempted to thrust their views down other people's throats, but it passes our comprehension why oar auti-local-option friends who driuk down so readily many vile and poisonous compounds emanatiug from breweries, should require the process of " thrustiug " to induce them to swallow our (in their opinion) harmless and weak nostrums for the cure of t...

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Local Court, Port Pirie. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow. S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Siseal (?eir£ Port PirieO ; Monday, ^December 5. I (Before Mr. J. P. Stow. S«M.) Tyrib v. Leslie. — Claim £4 19s., assessment of damages for breach of con tract to employ plaiutiff as nurse. An»,iyne> widow, rnurse,, said—I was engaged by defendant's wife in his presence at 25s. the first week and £1 afterwards ; was engaged for a fortnight, arid was told I should be wanted 'about' the latter end of July or beginning of August; defendant never called me; I went down three times; was informed by another nurse thai Mrs. Leslie had been waking on the beach; 1 lu3t a house keeper's place and another confinement -job that went to Adelaide; £2 besides my wages will do mo. Defendant did not appear. Order for amount claimed. Lokdon Tailoring Depot v. Olifent. — Claim £3 3s. for a suit of clothes. .Williain Sutt, messenger for theTaUor iag Depot, said-^I saw^ defendant rome into:theishop andorder^i suit of clothes he picked oatth<fnMterial and I too&lthe measures down ;...

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