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CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
CAUTION. Persons when travelling should exercise care in the use of drinking water. As a safeguard it is urgent that every traveller should secure a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy before leaving home, to be earned in the hand luggage. This may prevent distressing sickness and unnecessary delay.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
SPORTING. (Notes by "Churinga."). I TUG Krst Datcli Sf ! Adelaide horses , lor the Victorian--Autumn Meetiag will I leave on Wednesday- Reid is taking Tanbellina, Lord; Marco, Dependence, and Miss Xeekersgat across, and .Mc Carthy wiirprobably, .grasp the oppor tunity of incudinff . Pistolaire in the ioam. ell has not yet definitely de cided about Shacko. Murrangong, according to present ideas, will not make the trip. There is really nothing worth going for in the way of steeplechasing, while, of course, his chance in the Australian Cup was not alluring. Reid said on Monday ihal he intended to advise .Mr. Bow man to leave the chestnut home. Possibly Alacrity had bad luck to \ lo.se the Unley Welter, as Gampboll lost his irons beginning ths tun home /and was thus placed at a big dis advantage. I Adoic was handled with expert judgment by the cross-country horse man P. Bracegirdle, a brother to the horse's trainer. He was content to allow Alacrity and Killarney Rose to make the pace, a...
THROAT HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
THROAT HABITS. ; A cough, a hack in clearing the ! liiroat, may become -habits. They begin i with a hold and keep coming autoniaii j cally after the cold has finished . A i alight exercise of the will and the use j of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy wit] | soon rid you of this constant annoy ance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ! nus a prompt specific action on the i 'hroat. or air passages.
"Summer complaint." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
o "Summer Oompiain ! Trace it to its source and you'll find that most hot weather sickness is caused by constipation. It's impossible to keep well when the lower intestine is clogged with a mass of decaying waste matter which is constantly; breeding dangerous poisons which the : blood carries throughout, the system. ! Think of the many, possible diseases | that are liable to result from such, a I condition. Doctors claim that even j consumption in many instances is trace-,. | aide to habitual constipation weaken i in r the resisting powers of the body. jXUJOL relieves constipation in the ? most natural way-by lubricating- the j lining of the bowels and keeping the j contents soft. KU.TOL is manufactured j by the Standard Oil Company (New |-Jersey), U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a j siif.dicine * or a drug, and is not ab sorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestion:;. Plea sant to take. For sale by all Chemists and Stores.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
I PERSONAL. ! The promotion of Second-Lieut. K. H. Noljlel to Use rank of Lieutenant has been gazetted. 1 Our Adelaide correspondent tele graphed last night:-Mrs. Mary Ganum, familiarly known as "Aun'ie McPlKiil.'" lias died at Narracoorte. aged 10:.! years. She arrived in Australia (S3 yai's ago. Dr. .lethro Brown,-the President of the Stale Industrial Court. arrived in Port Pirie yesterday for the purpose or hearing some prosecutions to-day. Mr. II. X. Harwell, solicitor, who is also engaged on the cases, is, also in the town.
COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
eO!¥HVJ£RC!AL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, Jannarv 25). Following- are current prices in Port Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb.- ,0 i ii Butter '(dairy), per lb. . . 0 1 2 , Fresh Eggs, per doz 0 0 8 iTIam, per lb. 0 1 6 ?Bacon, per lb 0 1 4 ' !.;ird. per lb 0 13 Dripping. per lb 0 0 10 Cheese, per lb. . . 0 1 2 Onions, per lb. 0 0 2 Potatoes, per qr 0 3 0 FODDER, ETC. £ s. d. I Chaff, per ton 3 15 0 ilfay 'baled), per ton .. 3 15 0 Flour fwholesale), per Inn 11 0 0 lirai!, per bushel 0 1 h Pollard, per bushel .... 0 J 5
THE PETHERICK ENQUIRY. THE CHARGE AGAINST SURVEYOR-GESERAL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
THE PETHERICK ENQUIRY. CHARGE AGAINST SURVEY OR-GESERAL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. | Tile Petherick Enquiry was opened | (o.day. Mr. E. E. Oleland, K.C., ap f peared for Mr. Petherick and Mr. A. |-J. Hanuar., of the Crown Solicitor's | office, M^Dcared for tho Government. | The charge was that. the Surv©\$or i General had rccomt*ended the pur * ch'ase of certain South-Eastern lands j at a higher value than was disclosed J tti Mr. Webb's report. \ Mr. Cleland raised the. argument that am- reference to the land deals report' should' na t be included in the charge, or it misrht be necessary t© cross-examine Mr. Webb as to how he arrived at his valuation. | An adjournment was made until the , fol'ou-mir day to enable counsel to , j examine the point.
Sly-Grog Selling A HOUSE SEARCHED. OVER 100 BOTTLES OF LIQUOR SEIZED. [?]TALIAN WOMAN FINED £15. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
! A HOUSE SEARCHED. I 1 . ? _ > I OVER 100 BOTTLES OF LIQUOR ( i SEIZED. , 1 I jTALIAN W,0MAi\ FINED £io. I At aboul 10 o'clock on Saturday night Senior - Consiable McCarthy knocked if the' bade sate of a i>ou»0 in Casino.' Lane.' off Florence street, oecuj.-ied by an It»-!i;u> woman named Angeline Peiizei. The woman answer ed the-knock.' and the constable asked for a uolliC! of beer. Mrs. Peiizei lock ed down the lane, and said "(&lt;110 shining-." Senior-Constable McCarthy handed-her the-money, and she went away and returned .with a bottle of bcei', which she gave him. Half an hour later Senior-Constable .McCarthy, accompanied by Plain Clothes Con,stable Kennedy and Con stables Arthurson and Sires, appeared at the.house armed with a search war rant. In a small cellar under the back verandah they found 33 bottles of beer, in a tub of water on the veran oali two bottles, in (he kitchen one ixiUie containing wine, in the bedroom at (he front of the house 78 bottles o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
W. F. WELLS & CO., Clof tilitg and- Boot Pale eg. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL WEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, ah Tailor-Made, cannot be beatea 5* the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrL&lt;jfl. We are* continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &o. Our Stock is Exceptionally "Well Assorted in all Lines. These, were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low the market value. ' W. F.' WELLS & CO. ' ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'Phone 204. ' \ W. L. PALMER& Go ? ... - Watchmakers, jewellers, And Opticians ' ASS WOBK GUAEANIEED. ALEXANDER-STREET. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. 4 SOME HOW IOME ONE MAY MAKE A MORE BEAUTlEUL SE93 OE .TEETH [THAN E. A. DUNGEY, BUT UP TO THE PRESENT WHERE , NO HOW CAN MAKE A MORE NATURAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT DUNGEY'S SURGERIES, ELLEN-ST:, 'P&OH8 164, And Victoria Square, ...