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COST OF WAR. ESTIMATE GREATLY EXCEEDED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

COST OF WAR. ESTIMATE GREATLY EX CEEDED. LONDONj Wednesday. In the House o£ Commons last Slight - Mr. BonaT Law said the daily . average u(at/ional expenditure for the seven weeks ended January 19 was . £7,50(1,000, wl^ch exceeded the esti mate by £1,150,000.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Hem's Suits lor Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, at Tailor-Made, cannot b© beaten iB the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrLja. 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 preoent time much be low the market value. '""W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'PliOHe 204. W. L. PALMER& Co I ? - . O - { Watchmakers, Jewellers, Ancl Opticians A SB WORK GCABASIDEED. ALEXANDER-STREET. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. Some Day SOMEHOW SOME 'ONE ! MAY MAKE A MORE BEAUIlEUL SEE OF, TEETH ETHAN E. A. DUNGEY, BUT UP TO THE PRESENT ftiQ ONE WO WHERE NO HOW CAN MAKE A MORE NATURAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH {THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT DtJMGEY'S * SURGERIES, ELLEN-ST., 'Phono 164. S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &e. T-VN'KS. BATHS,...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The Submarinings SIX BIG BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

SIX BIG BOATS. The Admiralty announces that the I shipping arrivalsi for lim week were I 2,255. and the sailings 2,2-52. Six j ships over and two under 1,000 tons were sunk.

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BRITISH AIRMEN ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

BRITISH AIRMEN aCTSVE. Field Marshal li aig, in bis aviation report, says : We dropped nearly 400 bombs on enemy billets at Routers and Menin, f1 large ammunition dump at Courtrai, and other targets. Our Airmen also fired a thousand rounds at enemy troops, transport batteries, and machine guns. We brought down .seven enemy machines in air nghting and drove down two others uncon trollable,, also balloon its flames. Two of our machines are missing.

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ENEMY SUCCESS SHORT-LIVED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

ENEMY SUCCESS SHORT-LIVED LONDON, Wednesday. J A French communique reports . Therd is a lively cannonade in the 'sector of Nieuport, wliere the enemy., after penetrating our lines, was im mediately ejected. .There was lively artillery duelling on the right of the Meuse, in the seetor of Hill 344, and in Ghaume TViood, where an enemy raid was driven of?.

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RUSSIA MANIFESTO BY PEASANTS. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

SI RUSSIA MANIFESTO BY PEASANTS. PARIS, Wodncrmy A Petrograd' telegram states that the Executive of the All-Russian Pea sants' Council lias issued- a manifes to strongly condemning the shout ing down of the Constitutent As sembly, and declaring that "Autocra cy, under the guise, of socialism, is devouring the liberty of Russians."

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SUNK BY A MINE. 41 LIVES LOST. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

SUNK BY A MINE. 41 LIVES LOST. LONDON, Wednesday. In the House of Commons last night Mr. Houston asked a question regarding the sinking of a vessel at the mouth of the Mersey on Novem ber 2S with a, loss of 41 out of 43 lives, this number including nineteen pilots and a number of apprentices. Dr. Macnamara replied that the vessel struck a mine.

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IMPORTANT RAID. ENEMY GAIN FOOTING. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

IMPORTANT RAID. ENEMY GAIN FOOTING. LONDON, Wednesday. A Freach' communique says : An important raid, after an intense bom bardment, enabled lb a Germans to gain ;i footing' in an advanced ele ment of our front line east of Nieu port, a town in Belgium.

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The War. The Western Front RAID AND PATROL WORK. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

RAID AND PATROL WORK. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday Fie!d-Marsfral Haig reports an eii counter between hostile raiders and patrols soutli-westward of St. Qnen tin. ' *

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The Dardanelles Encounter TURKISH REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

I TURKISH REPORT. A Turkish official report states: In a cicver af.Lick the Goebeu ;md Brcslau and destroyers destroyed two monitors, a transport ship, a .-i^nal station, and numerous munition depots. The Bres ]nu was mined and sunk.

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VIOLENT FRENCH ATTACKS. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

VIOLENT FUENCH ATTACK (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wetlii'^ilay. A German official report, stales: We )ion 1 hark in violciil- haud-io-liaml fighting J-'reneh attacks northward of Sousm and north-eastward of Avy court.

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ONLY A TEMPORARY CALM. AMSTERDAM, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

OPJLY A TEMPORARY CALfV!. AMSTERDAM, Wednesday A Zurich message slates that strikers have been only temporarily c-aimed. Parliamentary leaders ad vised the acceptance of the Govern ment's programme, but the strikes 'have tlared up again, extending fur and wide with sabotage.

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BRITISH DISPERSE RAIDS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

BRITISH DJSPERSE RAIDS. LONDON, Wednesday. 'Field Marshal Haig reports : We dispersed a Small party -which was making ^ efforts to approach our pos itions westward oi Villexs-Gussain. Another party, which succeeded to entering our trenches north-west ward of Labasse, was ejected, leaving pris oners in our hands. The enemy: also raided our; sap "westward of LaBasse. There was hostile artiiierying between St. Quen tin and the River Scarpe, in the neighborhood of Messiues and Zonne beke.

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Mechnical Coal Handling Appliances PROPOSED AT PORT MELBOURNE. ENGINEER VISITING POUT PIRIE MELBOURNE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

PROPOSED AT PORT MELBOURNE. ENGINEER VISITING POUT PIKIE MELBOURNE, Thursday The Melbourne Age publishes a sig nificant paragraph as follows : "The- .question of establishing coal handling appliances in, OPort Mel bourne has been under, ccmsidetf.ation by the Harbor Trust . authorities. .Mechanical Handlers have been, in use at Port Pine,. South Australia, but the cost of dealing- with the coal by this means is said to be much [.higher than the old methods. The .-(Trust is anxious to instal effective ! machinery In Melbourne, but dojes jnot wish to do so if the<_ cost of I handling coal is going .to be increas |ed. Some time ago. tenders were call ed for thtf provision of mechanical handlers, but action had been sus pended pending the result of the working of Port Pirie appliances. Mechanical apparatus for dealinVjwith coal should make the work cheaper, and as there have been installed at /Port Pjrie mechanical coal trimmers in conjunction with other machinery the Harbor ...

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THE ATTACK ON THE GOESEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

THE ATTACK ON THE GOEBEN. 1 The Admiralty announces Hint our aircraft made a further day and nis'hu attack on (he Gocbaa ;tm:i secured 10 hits with heavy bombs. They also bombed a lujr alongside ihc <Joehon. Heavy anli-aircraft sunf'tre was en countered. All our machines returned. The attacks are continuing.

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A PROGRESSIVE FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

/ A PROGRESSIVE FIRM. Messrs. F. Wurm & Son, owing to increasing business, are adding to their staff, and have engaged Mr. Cecil De Cean, late of the Melbourne Steamship Company, Freniantle, to take charge of their book-keeping. On Saturday next they will hold their usual sale at the Mart when a large quantity of poultry, fruit, and usual produce, besides household furniture, will be offered. Mr. F. Wurm. Senr., will conduct the sale at the Mart, while Mr. Victor Wurm will conduct the sale at Port Germein, offering a large quantity of 'galvBnied iron, timber, and household furniture, full particulars of which ap pear in our advertising columns. tf

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ONE MORE RESOLUTE EFFORT. AND VICTORY IS ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

ONE MORE RESOLUTE EFFORT. AND VICTORY IS ASSIIRRD .Speaking- at a Canadian Club lun cheon, Mr. Winston Churchill said: will tread t safely and surely, looking "The path before us is difficult, but we to an assured victory. One more re i solute effort will give us all that we I entered the war for."

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

DEATH. SENNETT.-On the 20th January, at the Children's Hospital. Port Pirie, Eleanor Mary. the beloved infant, daughter of -las. and Anastasin Son ne IL, aged U months. A little sufferer at rest. R.I.P IN MEfVIORIAM. LANDON.-In loving' memory of Alfred Ernest, the beloved husband of Bertha Landon, who died January 2C,th, J91T. Those who loved you sadly miss you. As it dawns another year. In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are ever dear. -Inserted by his loving1 wife and family. RETURN THANKS. MR. and MRS. ALEX. MeOAULEY and SISTERS of Port Pirie West wish to THANK Pastor .J. S. Shipway, Mrs. Mudge, and Dr. Goode. and all Iriiid Friends and Relatives for letters, cards, and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad death of their child, Alex ander Keith.

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RISING OF GERMAN RIVER. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

RISING OF GERMAN RIVER. extensive DAMAGE. AMSTERDAM, Thursday. A report from Ifrankort says that a sudden rising of the Is aha has done damage estimated at some millions of marks. The town of Sobemheim collapsed like a house of cards. Floods are also considerably dam aging various parts of Holland.

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SUFFERING FROM CRAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

, SUFFERING FROM CRAMPS. Mr. P. McNally was seized with an attack of the cramps on Thursday at his hoarding-house in Alexander street. The ambulance was called; and he was taken to the Hospital.

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