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Bridal Customs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

Miss Cabot in the , Canterbury Jimes writes The custom of throwing old shoes after thedeparting car. riage that contains. the bride and bridegroom is, after- all, one of -the carious relics of vary , primitive marriage customs when a bridegroom had to capture his bride, and carry her off by force from her tribe and people. The shoes, says , someone who-has studied.the matter/represent the stones and other missiles thrown by the- bride's relations: after...the bridegroom- as he rode ofF; with his capturedbride. The honeymoon, it is interesting to learn, is a relic of the enforced seclusion in which the bridegroom .kept • his bride after he had captured her, for fear her. own people should - steal her away, from him. .Even the, traditional.dislike of the mother-in-law is merely a sur vival of the old fend between the bride's family and .the bridegroom. Groomsmen; also,- have been handed down to us from these primitive times. Oiiginally they formed the bride's bodyguard; when she was p...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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VESSELS ON PASSAGE FROM PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

VE3?ELS ON PASSAGE FKOM POUT — ' PTEtE. ' " Main !JljaQ,.tbarquo.T:IJ3l» tons, TVil 3 iams. m&ster. for Mumbles Roads; . sailed Hatch 8; 155 d.»yj oat, - , Tythoaus, Norwogfan barsjuo, J,UO toSs. l«rynil(feoa.* roaster; • for' Carthagoaa; sailed JIare'i 2G ; I:»7 days oat. _ " _ rYarSanTT, sT>jp,~~I~2r.} toas. London, nsastor, for Unite i Kingdom or eUanrffcl j sailed April l-j; 117-day« out. _ i. \. Amiral Tronde, Preach barque. 1.-117 tons, Mace. ruaatir, for Swahs«v sailed Slay 7; 02 days 6jt. « . - ' Jlarioa Sattaatyno, ^h»p. . I,3r7 tons, Uijjgios,'master, for Antwerp • sailed Slay 12y SOdaysoat* - r JiTarpcsia. saip. 1,953 tons, S. VToxhoIl master. tor St. Nazairo; sailed; Juno 17, 51 days oafc»-. ,, . . . , Lodort?, barque, 156S tons, McJiurty, rna3tc?;fo?Svmassa^ sailed Jafy 0, SJ^iays Invcrloc'iy,, larnats. 1.339 tons, K. J« Hsiao, mvsfor," for" 'Newcastle., N.S.W.t sailed J til/ iS, (3 days oat. ' Abooua, bnryjuo, 9it> ions. Croal, master, for Newcastle,,. X....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

Blood Bad; Abscesses Formed; Keel th Gone. We are glad to publish ilie: testimonial of Miss Annie Snook ol Auckland, New Zea land, who suffered intensely for years, and who was quickly cured when she obtained the right remedy. I was: a strong, healthy woman until about five years ago, and while living in Eng land was recovering from an attack of measles. I took a chill, had a relapse and came'very near dying. Bly blood was left in a very bad: state, abscesses formed on my body, 1 was confined to my bed two-thirds of the time. At times- I was unable to move. For two years 1 failed* to obtain any relief.. So finally I was advised to come to new Zea land. After coming here I remained about the same, trying many remedies without ob tainlng-any benefit;- Abont ayearagoafter reading one of your advertisements I uctenn- . inedtotry, msm$ \ Very so<m after using it the abscesses began to healand my general ihealth very greatly ; improved. X followed tip the treatment ana am now a...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, August 10,1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

til Commercial IleporL I Recorder Office, August 10,1898. • Wheat (Pfc. Pirie) per bushel ... 0 3 4 Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 3 2 , J>o. (Gladstone) ,:■£*'^ ... ... 0 3 1 'Do. (GeorgetoTra &rLaEra)... 0 3 1 Flour (Country) 10 10 0 ;DbJ(B611er) ... 10 15 0 -Bran, per bushel... - -.0 0 9 Pollara, per bushel ... ...r ...JO 0 10 Oats,.per bushel... .... ... \ ..-."10 3: 0 Cha^perton ..." ... 2 10 0 Hay,,per toii: ... ... ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale 1. 1 Bam, per-lb. ... ... 0 0 94 Bacon per. lb. . ... ... 0 0 9| Larfl. perlb; > ... ... • ... ... 0 0 9J Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 84 Onions, per cwt.... ... ... ... 0 14 0 ; Potatoes, per ton. .... ... 11 0 0 Egg8,perdozen (dairy) dozen . 10 0 9 0 0 9

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

Port Firleo. . Business hoars from 8.30 a.m. till 7.30p.m. daily, except Saturdays, when ife is open from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Mosey Order Office from -10 aim.- to 6 p.m. -i t> <* ' * t i n ' , - , -i Savings Bank Agancy. from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p,m., and on Saturdays till 6.30 p.m.' • The oSca is open for & quarter of an honr for the delivery'of letters after the arrival of the mils every evening; Mails airiva arid close aa foUcnra:— " ' &BBIVAX.. From Adelaiao' and Offices sooth of Terowie at 4.40 a.m.. , Prom Adelaide and intermediate offices at4.55 p.m. " > . From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. From Pefcerstnrg and intermediate offices at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. ..." From Telowie, and:Port Gennein at 4 p.m. From Solomontown at.6.35 aim., 9.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and .Fri days) at 6.20 a.m , - * - , DBPABTUBB. For Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 iwa. and 4.25 p.m. For Adelaide and offices south of Terowie at 10 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

'Sh-p RlVKKPAIXOdH, from Bi'entCTCiibar.. /"lAFrAlK WILSON trill cob bo ' responsible for any debts coh by • his ; Crew" "without his imiCea aatfconty., ' ' - - ERAKCIS H. SNOW, * "' . • /-; Atejf. - - - ' RESIDING W - - - POUT PIRIE AND DISTRICT. ARE YOU .AMffigVV-raM g^ggfflSP^ * ^ fit 8 dv NETTING, u ^ jg^yaassgwNPiPgg^gsgwKaEwsgaafiWiBmaBgggMgsgiisflaMaaastaB^^ -^,— * Alexander-St.; Port Plrie (Three Doors from Central Hotel.) > ^s^^s^^^-^<^^g^S^5!^g^^g^l&ftat>^»585SSaaEg3gagg^ssg>sii»«gaafegigaatgra»v--*'*t1J!'''J>- »>&?■** ** i _ .. tiJJ^ JULA^ wel^s;^ FOR OLOtHING & BOOTS Cheapest ever offered in the Port?f:: ■'Get prices. Men's A. & W. Goode, FOOTBALL. RECREATION - SRCWNB/ SATURDAY, Aug. 13 SOLOMONTOWNnV. v FLINDERS UMPIRE— G. F. DONJSITHORNE. ASIOSSIOST fd, /yt] ftltlilSE^pL; * Dentistry in ali ifcs TBftfriches?:* : * * - - ; f . 1 ^ ?; ' , - Latest rPrinoiplcs. ■ Satisfaction gaaranteeili ; . Nitrons Osiito;,Gas., D...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR. . River Falloch, ship, 15S5 tons, Wilson, muster. from Breiuerliayoti. JKoptiMie, ship, 12S7 tons, Lercb, master, fro:u l'U{*ct Sound. WiklWave. barque, 237 tons/ Brown, master, from Hobart., ; Mary Webster,: schooner.: 92: toaa* ? G., Carswoll, master, from Port Adelaide. s Flux crafts—Cadell. Maid of. Australia,13 llar^.Om^'Fran*^ Lapwing. Eh'sajteth? Annie, New Arrival," Merlo. Hawthorn, J*e!cebeo and Oribea. .

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

departures. 1 ' ■ f 1 • August G—Cloacurry. steamor, 1G30 tons,-: _■ Strom, master,;for Sydney? 'Cargo—, 450 tona lead, 3<iO tons ztrid concen trates, li.H.P. Co.; 325 .tons cjncoa tratos. X. Darluig & Sons.* - : AugustJS —Britannia, ~ kctob,*; 23 Npns. Itargofao, master, for Port Augusta. Cargo—Chaff. , ) August t^Brotighton, ietch, foi? Tickora. August 6—- .Mary Jane, ketcb, for1 Port Brougbton. ":l't_-j,,, •;■.» ? ; August 8 —■■ Gambler. iasa,,; k©tcli| f for Wallaroo. - i August; 1)— NoraianviUe, :keteb124; touSj DeDiiir, master, for (''cauklin Harbor. Cargo—General.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

^ r vessels Td; AURryEi:'-H| K Africander, steamer," 2755 tons. Keen master, from South Africa via pocts^ .To Aimilreo,' barque, 1,329 tons, Stogie, raaater. from Rotterdam. Sailed May .28, ^tdaysout. •* : ' ~ . t ' Fulwood, ship, l.SSG tons. Loivia xnisfer, torn Hair.bc/g. Sailed Juno 17 ; 51 days' . OOt. . 'y.;:::*' A ^ ! ( * ' " '' Gratia^ Norwegian barque, 1475 tons.; . Stray, master, from l&rry ; To sail. luvuresk. barquo, 121)7 tons.- Langfcrd, master, from Antwerp. Sailed, May" 11,5 91 days out. 1 rJoha/Eutt, 4-masted barque, 2714 'ton3, Madden, master, from Paget Sound.' To - sail. _ -j Kaffir, steamer, 2730 tons; ' from South Afica; To sail. - Lucretia, schooner. 60 tons. Yallentine * rarater,' from Sydney via Meibourrio. sailed*July IS; 2-i days ont, < Mary Augusta, ship, 1.335 tons,.Wordcn Kaster, from the Baltic. ' To sail.'^ Nymphs, Gorman ship, 2076 tons, Kilmer, master, from Hamburgh .sailed July-15; 26 days out, , ,S Prince Robsrt, 4-raasted barque...

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POINT LOWLY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

POINT LOWLY SHIPPING. J 1 August 9—10. 50 tt.in.—s.s. Dawn, passed : - from Port Augusta for Port '&de ' iitido. ,

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A Man's Chance of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

*r" jTlfea's 0l£aes'of Saife, ■Tli& qeeaHon of httmaa expecta tion. ;pf lifex sorms :ia interesting featnte of : the ^En|j!ts& Illustrated Magazine for July. In an article, illustrated by ingenious diagrams, Mr. Holt Schooling explains how he has worked oat from the current " Life Table for England and Wales" results as regards the chances of males at ages 20, 30, 40, .50, 60, 70. 80, and 90, living for ten years more, twenty years more, thirty " years more, &c. As regards 1,000 men agedlJO^iti'ia shown<3iati:939of them 'l®Iiye 10 years oioro" i.e.,to age:30, that is 94 per cent, live to age 30, and 8 per cent, 'do not, so that the chance at age 29 . of living to age 30 is not quite'"; 16" to 1 in favor of living. Similarly, 559 out of 1,000 " live 40 years-morej" i.e., to_ age 60s so. that -t|i3 odds. in -favor of a J man aged20 living to age 60 are 56. to 44, say 5 to 4, in sporting phrase. As ain, as only 10 ont of the 1,000 " live 70 mtjre," i....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

TMM SEQMET OUT. : -••-JgSSWU**" • ■ .^smm .- - -aatfasf WHERE THE »« Wl&LllMS " 5 <? CUKES COMBF^om dr/williamsinteiwiewed! DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. ^HOW^TBEi CtljfcES ARE* COtLEGTEDiAND VERIFIED. - " (ITrbm Ihs Loniaii '-Aeicspaperk) "Where do all these wonderful scares of; Div Williams soome«from V asked a reporter rhe other day, having obtained leave tu interview, the &I»tiaptero?;the jUr.^Willisyas;-Medi cine Company. •' They come variously*. Some are discovered by newspaper men, as, for example, that of the soldier who, " COMJIOXICATED TO US BY PATIENTS." af t ei"freifig^TsfihaTgeiTfrolfi'llftf jfrnfy on ':MfdicttH?€ferdfi£a{| asf?i0Snrafil'5,l paralysed,*Svjer mTde'^pe^fectly well by our-Pills.— Otheis^re-bronglifc-to our knovv!edge.fl>ivchemi^tSy andjsqnie are sent Is as -by1h^: jJi£tierits';\ buf, tbey*nre-»il debtf' within one way. -As soon as we learn that, some SPECIALLY REMARKABLE ;4 • core ^ has been affected .by. Dr.: ^Wil...

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Admiral Dewey as a Schoolboy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

^^anuraf oKifanib, is an. bat-au«|-out Yank^. He Js\a, fishier; of tbe"fi?|fc watervgbob Kaiy n5w£ j4?ay^be^^^¥fct<Sr«r«J^Jiis school* days he once bad Major Z. K. Pang born, ofJersey Citfi as„_b:"s,teaeheiv Pandora was fresh %?m college, and of coat^e^fca-i She idea?that he~sr©ald hustle the jjoy£vrho d#red to disobey. The school bad"®&"hard~TjaTO3~-cir account of its big burly boys, and young Dowey -was one o£ jthem.'rJFhe first day PaDgborn went to the school he found Dewey up a-tree tUrqtHEg. .stone's atanother bo?. 5He tolc£ htm' to stop. Dewey s reply was more forcibl&Jthan poiite„~, Ik-consigned Pangboia to satame regions. "j&verjr* thing ^ent; smoothly, gar a day op t\yaf bntihe ieacKorjBfcvrcertain in3ir cations that trouble was cupiing. So he bought a nice rawbidjf whip jvhicfc he tucked away over* the'door^anct" f placed several sticks of good hickory | vjistop ofrthe pile in, the*pl'd wood box. Next 'day- the fan began^and young i Dewey...

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Some English Millionaires. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

TU&.I?ukc|of*SnJ&erfaty|tlif largess' Jmaty&h&e- in the * vhitea. Kingdom, and the Wiis<3n3,/p| jHniJ, arc the largest shipowners in "the world. , - v— Mc; flanns^<?c4h ha^dti inccnie^f £140^000 a year dep ved, ;origi naHy^ from his ncwspapef veniurfes, and' his development of th§" great enterprises of the Harmsworth Bros.* Company and the Daily Mail. - ;<■> v -1f JWij, Qalunes% BreWiy VLord Ar^ilanrinherited a million sterling, and has besides estates which bring hint in £25,000 a year. Lord Ivengb, inherited as much, and both brotlicsci f6FtaneyAouiUy from this brewerv. _ lord Iveash baa ^esjfuibslm I Budget.

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Wandearah. [From our own Correspondent.] August 4, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

•[From our own Correspondent.]^-' , , ". < Auguso au,1598..,! ;One of!OTr!Usual?;whjferf entertain.3 ments '.was;r! held-*' $oi»ii£b t .*.♦ tlttr Institote,~tlieproeeedsto go towards the extij^ctKjiY §£ thfa de^fpn/]the building. Ifc.^as-lairly..patronised, arid a lengti^ pVowramme was gone* thfotigfi?" jiiThe firs^^aff?Tcons1sted pfl songs, -e^'/ byiiocil amateurs,rwhile/ the "VVandearah, Chriity. M|nstrels, -who liave .beeor practising^assiduously for some w^In;'^|^ff<,atfd'It>ftoqtai£ted^ themselv^'1 Verys wellr,! indeed,' pro voking roars of applause from the deliglt ted" kadiehce^ O THi& foirowirig^ and has .jsorlsgd; liar&at' reKeaisalsl to, gtt the items to go with<viini and. dash Songs were sung by -the Mioses McGnUqch and Hnlhday, and Migs R. Robert g>e i-!' The genv ot the evening, tuongn, was "The:''K^rf Bsm^-hyr .^Ips" ;Mprtisb^||i^||^g^fe'}fiivd^li)f 'onfr here. iQ^Jojig^i'.dlsvi^Bes, and con undrums of th'e "daiffe...

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Deepening water Frontages. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

irrTm'i Tub following ore the.salient clauses of the Hon. A, Catt's /Bill,, foe -Deepening Water Troniages':— ? '" u , , r ; ,For > the-purposes of -this- Acfclhe Goveraormcnt may,' > by - Proclamation in the Government Gazette,- 'determine tbe"miuinicm depth of water at ordinary low-water spring tides to which anyport or harbor*. m • tno-sai&prkmnce shalt be rvXJj»n -.the; minimum- • depth" being ? so datermmedas-to anyjporior harbor,? rthe owner qf>a»y>waterftoataga>t<K such portorharbor may< by idredgtng or otifer | wise, deepen the .frontage area -of his (l>. If the depth pf. water water spring part of }hel frontage ainatiof ,ah^ rVatep i frontage shall ; depth. of the i Which 'isofthtfs' minimum aepth,1 tne harbor authority may^ by notice in writing ifco the oMerbfthfe Tratw'frontageJ order such owner so to. df^peh^hik" ^ontager area; tha%: the' minimum "de^th; }o£:rwatec 'shall be maintained over the entire* "f rent age area or s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

Tlie safest, Hie most effeelua), and tiie quickest cure for Coogbs and Colds is Falii'e OoiipiiiF,; '.Thousands : of "Families keep 1las valuable Medicine, and by its timely, use much illness-is avoided. , .

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

An interesting sidelight hagf^been thrown on turf matters on the Barrier by the falling out; of abookraafserand a jockey. The bookmaker, it appears, suggested, acd the jockey agreed, thatjthejatter at a recent race jaeet ing'should •' pali"; his fi^nnt,/but & dispate subsequently arcsd. Tbeitwo met iu tArgcnt-srrcet/Tissbviiighfc in fhmfc-of th* Gr.md Hotel, and ^fr&fe and then the jockey unburdened him self of his latest opinion concerning t'-e bookmaker. A* large and carious crowd gathered, and when,the dispute wiutciLL warm they* were soon i& IKjss^isina of the'facts' of the* cafife. The jockey was small but plueky,-aud lie challenged to. isstant comlmfc the* bookmaker, with Tordiy in difference tajlie beam inhisowuaye, he .-.censed of cheating- The book maker accepted the challenge, and a round was fought at the back of a handy hotel. Bt-ing afraid of pub licity, bovyertT. it was arranged thai afr'iiWmsiice should be declared- and the contest continued at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

t,r •II , OF SALE REAL DOWNRIGHT SOLID BARGAINS AT : I'l U-' !} ■ ' For the last Two Weeks of Sale prior to opening up New Goods. If you want the very best value procurable visit COTTLE'S FOR " ■\LAST ' TWO WEEK8 OF SALE. BARGAINS:. AT. COTTLE'S.,' GOODS SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST AT COTTLE'S. Good^M cheap atCottle's Last Two Weeks of Sale. . -MRS^£.;. %\ .-Sf?..{r (.*!■■< : Has reopened her:.. ;. • > / * Ana solicits'a Jctfntihuahcff1 of patronage'-~ - '• •'• -'PIBS'JP CliASSTafeALS.:; v 'Hbilrs-^-Sreakfast, 7 to'9 •, Dinner-12 to<2;y ■'} >i'i-.i' Teo,i5to: 7.7 ; \h'-\r:.:-->-rSip-. 9Qi!,:.Copl Drinksjpf,3very,tdescription. ] e s LEGALLY qualified ^ektal]isuegeons 1 . .213,, Street;, n ' Adelaide. ; Will^"visits-Port. Pirie, ,and can be con-. sulfced";at': the CJS&TRALx H0TEL, on . wednesday, "AWjisfc l6,rFrom9u.m.'; / CRYSTAL'1' BRGGKf: TUESDAY, *Aogasb9,' fro'm.9" /"•»; f : GLADSTONE, MONDAY,: August 8 fronv,3ip.m....;!;; .>sft ;>; i • ■•...

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Football. PROPRIETARY V. FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 10 August 1898

l-^On^S'feir'attendance.tuTOe^iij^^ the ltecreation Ground last SatardSy, whsa'Tthe last, Association ma&h betweeb'these'clnbstobkpMcer The FlinderS;pufr a/weak teamin the fiefd^ •Hewitt^' Williams,'' 4jnd*,;|tanifpld— three?! prominent' men^being -? absent from' their -ranks.*' The * 'Piftprietaries were1 but;ih? fall force; abd^nBdent'of HantianXatid. dedded 'ttf^ick' "tWbugfi baU^Ss fbS6nced 'the' Flinders'' *we$ the first to get? gbici^, and Go^: drpv^ it1 w§lf'ftfi^&ra^ audthe' red regs'worked; it! ;liSir? \v£y nplfie'sqti thera wia^ vMerei' "it'' ivent Shrn-jg$£ aWay,'* aiid£ ;a?T mintfr''•} "was;' i«cbrdidd.:_ Palmer cpHafed'from^ the kick-off/ and hisv'M^: ■wentilto^^idiri<n 1 CbnwHy gained ^possession^ fcnd^with !af aice 'Hiif a.nd'icick' wasr' the means pEj gi'iing ttie j:ever, ;defende'd^well;' and -phfy one. J; flag-'' went-'upi / V'T^avis W6pds,'^and; :ehd4 -6frf'the''; ground,:!' :wlier^^af goal iwsiS ^kicked out? oP" this>';!rttCl:'iWt IP...

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