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Legislative Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Legislative SUistaan. DECLARATION OF THE POLL Between 150 and 200 persons were pre sent at the Institute Hall List evening to hear the declaration of the p >11 in con nection with the election -for No. 4 Northern District. Both Messrs Ten nantlandrHaslami occupied; seafeoir? the platform, and the Returning Officer (Mr. J. P. Stow, intimated-that 3m .had received an 3DoIosrv for non-afcfcandannfi from Mr. Heithersay. The Returning Officer (Mr. Stow) said he was " afraid that many of those pre sent would be disappointed at the fact that the-finalTraits of the el^stions had not yet come to Sand. If the candidates present would agree to it he wpuld . de clare the poll on the results received, and then make a formal declaration when the final results came to hand. Messrs. Tennant and Hadam could, if they so wished, make . their speeches.. Both gentlemen having; acquiesced in the sug gestion of the Returning Officer. Mr. ■ Stow called upon Mu. Andrew Texxaxt. the success ful candidate,...

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

What does it do? It causes the oil glands io the skis to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely . as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp fromdandrnff and thu3 re ' moves one of the great J r cauBeB of baldness. It makes a better cir culation in the scalp and stopis the fcairfrom coming out. Ayer'a Hair "Vigor will sorely make hair growth bald heads,-provided, only there is asy;liferemaininginthe hairbulbs. It restores color to'gray or white hair. It does not do this In a moment, as will a hair . dye; but' in a short time tie gray color of of youth takes its place. PREPARED BY Dr. J.'C, Ayes & €k>.,-ljovell, Mass., U. 8. A; ^ / Is HOT FARINACEOUS and is EUTIBELY. FREE from STAROff mellins food For INFANTS and SStVAUtB®. YVhen added to diluted Cow's Milk it produces a complete and perfect diet, suitable for the Strong as well as the Sickly Babe. . MEIiIklH'S FOOD IS ADAPTED F6B ALL GWM&TKB.

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How to tell a good Cow. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

How to ti»lX:a'goodSew. One or two signs will denote a good cow, Professor Haecker says, as rreli as twenty. In a poor cjw the thigh runs down straight, so there is no space hotween the thigh and the utlder on one side, and the tad on the other. There should be plenty of daylight between the udder and the tail. Ono of the best ways to. t*ll what kind of a cow yon have is her temperament. A good daiiy type has a sharp spine, strongly developed nervous system, and sharp hip bones. A good cow has a largo, wedge-shaped stomach, for she must have a large and powerful digestive system to use up her food qnickly and make the best returns for it. A very amusing thing happened the other day at a church schoolroom tea. Aa eccentric maiden lady flopped into a seat; next to one of Governor Hampden's daughters, saying, " I've only Come here i just to see the ' Ampdens.' '* [ want, to see what they ara like, but I don't believe they'll come, do you ?" I—I don't know,' answered her startled com pa...

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Watering the Streets. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

"Watering tlis Stessts. • TO THE' EMtOR. i'; Sir—I am afraid the Municipal Council of Port Pirie is following in tbe footsteps of the Soufcli Australian , Parliament—all say but no do—as 301110 time ago tenders were called for watering the streets; and one was accepted. Thar w.is just before the elections, but the elections are over now, and so is all thought: of the water cart; but perhaps we will see it; a few days before the next, elections if we, as ratapayersj will jus tsit down and wonder, When, Lord, oil when, will our city fathers in their wisdom see fifc to water the streets, or tell us why they call ten ders for work they never did intend to carry out; or if they intend fc;/ carry out that contract whv the work is not started. -I am. Sir. &c.. THOS S SMITH. Port Pirie, Decembei 6 Mothers shir ltd exercise great discretion when selectiutf proprietary - teething medicines; for most of these compounds are cliiefly composed of either nurcury or opium, and in the instan...

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The Port Pirie Recorder. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1898. A Disappointed Candidate. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

^Ite foi't flivie JRecovber. Wednesday, December 7,1898. A Sisappaiatod e&adidats. Although it had been officially an nounced that the result of the recent pel! in the ^Northern District1 would be formally declared at 9 o'clock last night, the non-arrival of liual figures from Flinders pre vented this arrangement from being carried out. A-v however, a considerable body of the " free and independent" had assembled to hear ! the speechifying which is usual on such occasions, the Returning Officer suggested, so as not to disappoint them, that the candidates might make their remarks then, and he could de clare the result when the Flinders figures came to hand. This suggestion met with the approval of the audience^ and Mr. Temiant and Mr. Haslam, who were present, acted npon it. Mr. Tennanfc returned tnanks in a few grateful words, and ex pressed his intention of being faith ful to the trust repjsed in him. When Mr. Haslam rose, with white face and agitated voice,; expectation Wa...

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The Caledonian Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Th$ Cfals&s&isa Rawest. During: the course of his: openiug re-! marks at the Caledonian Society's Con cert held in the Institute H ilton Friday evening: last,;, the hon. chief of the Society (Blr. Chas. Geddes, J-P.,) s;iH it was proverbial of Scotchmen to h-tve full va'.ua for their money, and it was equally significant of their character th it they desired ihit those with whom they had dealings should have the same. These remarks were made use of by the chairman in introducing the programme, which he thought would please nil pre sent. It was.fcwolve mouths previously, he pointed out, since the Society held its last concert, and the programme on that occasion had been acknowledged to be 011^ of the beat brBiahfed to a Port Pirie audience. He could assure them that tha byi-of-fate of which t they nrera about to partake would even eclipse l«3t year's. During the summer months he hoped to see means adopted for keeping the mem ber* of the Caledonian Society in touch wit...

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

IfTMGtis; ~ EGGS, EGGS' JLy Presorvo your ME4P, PIS5, POULTBY. GAM1S, BUTTER, an4 EGGS with IOEALIN6. An Infallible preservative. - Harmless, T3S$t*lesS' at?<* Odorless.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

VESSELS IX HABBOR. ' Windsor Park, ship, 1693 tons, Lambia from Hamburg. J. C. Jolius. Germanbarqac. 10764ona, "Lau, fr6iQ Hamburg. . ..., U::» f Arrojo, a.s« 8^64 tons, Glenn, master, *torn Frfifmantlc.* J.B. Thomac,' American ship. ISO? tons, Sertoond. for Hambnrg. Time.stcnnier. lf>70 tons. R. 11. Brown, from Newcastle. Bloerafontein, steamer, 2745 tona, from Capo Town.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

VESSELS TO ABRITS. Alcyono, German 4-masted barqaa, 2418 toiH. Brans, .from Antwerp. Sailed October 1. 68 day a out. ; , Drumalis, 4^masted barque, 2450 tons, Campbell, from Barry, bailed Nov. 8, 29 days oat. Pengworn, ship, 1,492 tons, Davies saster, from Liverpool. Sailed Soph 17. 90 days out, ; ? Star of Italy, Chilian ship. 1571 tone. Wester, from Paget Sound. To sail. Chelmsford, four-masted barque, 2197 tons, Thompson, from Hamburg. ; Sailed Oct. 15—53 days out. John Eni, 4-masted barque, 27H tons, Mad°sa, master, from JPuget Sound. Sailed Sept. 7—91 daya out. Jupiter, Danish ship, 1651 tons> Funder. matter, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 95 days out. Bundaleer, barque, 921 tone, Warner, from Puget Sound. To sail. ' John Palmer, ship, 1767 tons, from Paget Sound.- To sail. Orange Branch, steamer. 32S7 tons, from Bombay. Sailed Nor. 12. 25 days out. - Sofcoto, 4-masted barque, 2163 tons, from Hamburg. Sailed Nov. 13. 22 days out. Coasters. — v Avoca, Dmnella, Capella, Hawthor...

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The Vanderbilt Family. A ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

A K03&ANTIC STO&T. I Tha New York correspondent mites, October 14:—'• To the great" reHef ot society, Cornelius Vanderbilt and bis son, Cornelias junior, are at last recocciled- Such ramaarsb&va been rife over and over ajjaiu, but there Is bow no donbfc about it. The announcement is made on the authority of Mr. Cbauneey Depew, who is on tbe most intimate terras with the Vanderbilt family. The s m's fault in his father's eye# waa that lie married Miss tirade WiLson, the sister of Mrs. Ogdea Goelet and the Hon. Mrs. Michael Herbert, and siatcr-in-law of Mr*. Orme Wilson, who was. an Astor, and therefore in the first flight of society. Bnt Mis* Wilson was older than young Vander bilt, she had been engaged before, and sa stem was Vanderbilt pere's opposition, that he poblicly renonnced his son, and left him to live on the Small fortcne inherited from bis Grandfather, old William H. Vander bilk it was a bitter thing for the father ij> have his eldest eon and na...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, December 7, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Commercial Report. Recorder OSico, December 7, 1898. Wheat(Pt. Pino) per bushel ... 0 2 8 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 2 6 Do. (Gladstone) ... ... ... 0 2 5 Do. (Georgetown&Laura)... 0 2 5J Flour (Country) ... ... ... 8 10 0 Do. (Roller) ... ... ... ...9 0 0 Bran, per bushel... ;.. ... ... 0 0 8 Pollard, per bushel ... ... ... 0 0 9 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton v ... ... ... ... 3 0 0 Butter (PfcPiriefactory) wholesale 0 9 (dairy) ... ... ... 0 0 8 Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... ... 0 0 7 Ham, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 8 Lard, per lb, ... ... ... ... 0 0 7 Cheese, per lb, .... ... 0 0 8J Onions, per ewt.... ... ... ... 0 8 .6 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 14 0 0 Potatoes (new), per ton ... ... 12 10 0

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

MILLER'SSTRATHALBYN 3-D1TIEG OX3sT1?MjE3Isra? Cmes weak and inflamed Eyes. (especially : when the lids are affected) of long standing., OnaBox will prove to the most sceptical its efficacy. Testimonials enclosed with each box, posted free on receipt of postal note, for 2s. Prepared at his private residence and sold by F.: MILLER. Strathalbyn Villa, Young Street} Parkside. ALSO DEALERS IN GLASSWARE CROCKERY CHINA WARE, ELECTROPLATE CUTLERY BASKET WARE WATCHES MUSIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC. Agonfc for Stbttgarfc Model Siainer Kosmos, Kapps and Lnbitz. Come and Save from £20 to £30. Direct fiorn the best German makers, iron frame,tricordj ovet'strnng, and underdampers, usual price £70 to £75,.£47 cash; time- payment, £2 to £5-deposit £l j>er *tnonth, £5 f 3 years, £60'4 years terms. Alexander-st^ jPont Fide. Tobacconist w^re and first class .Shaving Saloon at oar Ellen-street establishment RYAN & MILLER'S Oyster Saloon, Alexander-street. COOL SMOKED FISH And fresh do. (fine...

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

F li ED GREY HAS ranch pleasure in informing his many friends and the public generally that he has commenced bosines»*as AUCTIONEER, COM MISS EOK AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-£UTKKf £AND AGENT, MONEY LENDER, &c., Ac., . Rents aud Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated or. pnrchased; for Cash Anction Sales conducted anywhere in the Colony. Having ft targe amount or Capital at Command l am prepared to make CASH AD VANCES on Bills of Sale Freehold or Leasehold - Properties Famitnre, Ac. CBAHDIK or COMHERCS CHARGES. A Call Invited FRED GRET. Port Fuie. rills Discosnted daiif. rpwn LARGE FURNISHED JL UOOMS, with Fireplace in each._ . APPLY THIS OFFICE. CORNS! CORNS! Those who are afflicted with CORNS should know that when other remedies fail they may secure RELIEF by using the CORN CURE manufactured by d. J. NETTING, pharmaceutical chemist, alexander-st., port pirie. •• msaBsssas 1 "■"■■—■"■in mi iminn.iii.BBgBgawb—^^wiii iiiii iii ■ ■■ 11——h» THE EQUiTipE LIFE S0OSET¥, OiS, ADELAIDE OF...

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Port Pirie Corporation. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

Efflrfe Pfei§ 6asf srstiea. I 3Io\i> w, Decejjbeb 6, 1898. Present,—The Mayor (Mr. G. F. Cfaridge. J.P.), Crs. WiIcher,^ Walsh,; Herbert, DeSilvcr, Bunney, Lewis, Kerrison. and Conley, the Town Cicrfc(M|K G.|Vftla&X Inspector Hawke, and Sarvejor Hnghes. a i Minufcesdf previous* meeting read and confirmed. Matob's Beport. The Major reported having called i public meeting to discu&s the pro posed alterations to the post office. The resolutions, passed at the meeting had been duly forwarded to the I Commissioner of Publie Works, but up to the present lie had received 110 reply, ^letterhad been /received from Sir' Charjes. Todd rf, the. mail, facilities at Soloinontown, and. would be; read at -a later stage- of the meeting. When Mr. Uobe; ts had visited ; the 1^6 «lew days ago he had poinfced out to hiui the proposed, alterations, and lie (Mi-. Roberts) had agreed with bini'that 'the additions and alterStibns were- totally inade quate to the requirements of the Port. ...

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Shot through the Head. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

An elderly gentleman while walk ing down on© of the principal streets yesterday was alarmed at experiencing a sharp pain that shot right throngh hishead. Hq knew immediately that a Jieadache was threatening, and, being a man of great good sense, he also knew that the best- possible remedy was Bile Beans for Biliousness. These Beans, acting directly on the liver, give almost instaiitaneons relief in all cases of constipation, headache, indigestion, debility, biliousness, and similarcomplaints,which all have their origin in liver derangement. If the liver gets out of order, as it often does in a climate such as onrs, the whole digestive system goes wrone aud as the proper digestion of food is the most essential thing in the sustaining of life, the conseqaence of bad digestion mnst be mo>t disastrous. Bile Beans will keep yoa well daring the trying, hot, moggy weather thai will soon be upon as. If yon get sick they will pat yon right. They are the greatest specific ofc the age, aiul...

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

NtnfMS JNstrtBw Tested and tried for'35 years in all parts of the world. Such Is the testimony of Mrs. E. B. Cliop pell, ol Stawell.Victoria, Australia. She says: "It fa with great pleasure that I record my. experlencQ as. 3 nursa thirty-five • year3 tie wonderful: curative effect3 of and Dr. Ayer's Pills. • Both of these I have used in diflerents parts of the world, includ ing Anstraiia, for myself and my patients, in cases of nervous prostration, jwor blood, skin diseases and all complaints lrom weak ncss pecnliar to women. I rnost hearllly re commend these preparations to ail snfferers from any of : the above named distressing complaints." Tor constipation tafce I)r. Ayer'sPHls. They promptly^ relievo and sorely: cure. : Take. tt>em trtth JJr. Aysr'a Sarsaparilla: one aids the other. - - OF - STOVEL& UNIQUE DESIGN Stationer, &c., ALkXANDER-ST

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"They Weighed Him." AN INTERESTING PROCEEDING. (From Quiz and The Lantern). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 7 December 1898

INTERESTING PROCEED ING. (From Quiz and, The Lantern). v going to tell you how they weigbed^him and who Ae is. He is Mrl W. Mardack. one of the very best professional riders in Australia, and ■who is now engaged bv Mr. Mallen, a well-known turfite, at his commodi ous stables at Gler.eig, South Australia. Mr. Mnrdack s was re cently^ chatting? tor a reporter from Quiz and The Lantern. *' For nearly two years," he said, " I suffered from a serious derangement of the digestive oi^ns. : ;i ck)uid.ndi retain a meal on my ;stomacb. .-Pirectly-.;I. .ate any thing.! was seized _ with i violent attacks of vxmitiug, and the pain I suffered was beyond description. I took medical advice, but did not receive Jany .relief i from it. I was at that time so ill that I had to. .leave my employment and knock off work altogether. - I was kindly- recom mended by - my employer, Mr. W. Mallen, to take Dr. Williams'5 Pink Pills, .and he bought some for me. Directly I started to take them I found relief. I ...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

§f §l$ag ^OtSS. . , " • ' - fBr Tjator-1 Several Pirie cyclists have nominated for the Kadiha sports on December 27. Ia the Wheel Race Casey, Caveaett, Ueaslip, Hogarth, and Fox are entered, .whUefaU/butFox are in the Half-mile., We will also be well represented in the tiirce-inileevent. ; - tochtel'haa a aiCTling represenUtn-e lit.. Oban, who wiin'-at "Newcastle on Satur day with'10 sfc'^'biiatins a. large ,field, aud carving out tho.uvile and a quarter in j 2 rnih. ll sec.: r-Oban^has'all-along?been j reckoned a good hurga by > the? touts, but | this is his beat performance.- ? . Locbiel's I progeny still, continue to swld^lustreto his name, aiid pn; the same day ; as PWu was successful Corrie Boy carried off the chief event a*- Canterbury 1'nrkj and Loch Fad scored at;;Epsoini" '- ;";i-y? -A London writer says the result of the Victorian Derby h?is given a fino adver tisement to Cocoa' sire, 'Abercorn. wbo is now on his way to England, and will stand* at the Cobhani Stud at a ...

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

' ; : (Br " Brosze\ting."V f j Mr. H. j'. Meddows,' of Melbourne, a prominent member of Victoria Homing' Society, liasbeaninAdelaide,-arid daring his stay there jhe has visited \ many lofts, and expressed f surprise . at.: the quality of many birds found in the South Australian lofts. During a visic to one; 6f; the' North Adelaide lofts a rather interesting anent the system of measuring distance*, and the local owner received rather * I ,rude , shock: whenK-Mr. Meddows made I known to hiia that Mr. Knight, who was; ' mainly , instrumenta',, in r bringing : the ! system irito vogue here^ waa .nojryone i of | its greatest opponents! 1 have roh tendefcf all the way through 'that the', airline system is the only true and correct! way of measuring 'distances for the; proper conduct of races,: and now that- Mr.. Meddows has come to the rescue I hope; the fanciers who have supported' Buch a system will seo the error of their ways and bring forward a motion to do away With this" obsolete id...

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Police Court, Port Pirie. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8. (Before Messers. F. Grey and W. Goode, J's P.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 December 1898

Police Crort, Pert Eirie. thursday; December 8. (Before mt-siri. F. _ Groy and w. fiood®, J'b.P.)'■ - James Fraser, charged with drunken ness, pleaded uuilty. Fined 20a.f or 14 daja. ' ;> : ; * " . ■: Joseph .Marsh'ill... was charged with assaulting Gi bert Bro wn . on the 3rd inst. He plea-led not guilty. : , ^ ,;r':Mr. Copingsr appeared' for the 'prosV cutiiin, and Mr. Scott for the defendant. Gilbert: Browi, milkman, aaid—On Saturday! night' I ,swai with Phillips arid Donnelly in Elkn-streetj_ wM walkuig aoath^andsTwilof';^ whocalled me aside and asked wliyil ran into ;:him \ (a week ago last Monday I ran i into: him with »,cirk;iii the read) ;tl asked; him wh^ he did b«it; get, out of/the road y he up with his fist and struck me on the nose; I said " Hold on si Bit," and: he siid "Put upyonr liands now ;"I;sdd "No, I won't then left him/ this was; after 9rat night; 1 was on the footpath. ■ ,-v = v - . By Mr. Scott—-I • did . not tell him 1 would:see him next morning; did not ...

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