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BRITISH REPORT. A FEW PRISONERS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

BRITISH REPORT. A FEW PKISONKRS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON Sund Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Iluig- re ports: Our patrols caplured a few pris oners norlli-oastward of Ilarfrucourt-. There is hostile artillery ftrins in the neighborhood of Passehendaelc.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EGGS FOR WESTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

- T ''"iiOMfaJUflBSWHi EGGS FOR WESTRflLIA. ADELAIDE, Monday. Owing to the absence ol' shipping' tonnage to Western Australia there was recently despatched from Gawier a truckload of eggs to Port Augusta en route by the Trans-Australian line to Kalgoorlie. There were over 2000 doz en eggs,..which-were packed in barrels.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

- I jQi ? - THE ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. Messrs. Blight Bros. SUDPIV us-with the following noon quotations at the Adelaide Stock Exchange vesterday : Broken Hill, h 6-1/6, s 65/3. British Old, sales 40/-.' ..Junction (con), sales 11/10. 'Junction Paid, b 12/8, s 13/1. Junction North, b 22/3, s 22/9. Norths, sale3 61/9. South Paid, b £10/of-, s AM0/8/ Wallaroo, b GS/6, s 53/9. Edna May, b 36/3, B 37/3. Frfna May Battler (con) b 1/5, s. 1/S. Edna May Centrals, b 13/1, s 13/5 Edna May Consol (con), sales 16/1 Etln.'i May Sleeps, sales 27/0 Orcat BouIrJer, b 13/11, s 14/3. Mararoa, sales 3/11. T?iverinas, b 7/-. .Zinc Corp (or'dv), fr 21/3, s 21/6. .

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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TWICE IN TWO DAYS. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

TWICE SN TWO DAYS. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Sunday. A message received to-night- states that enemy aeroplanes raided London for the second time in two days.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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BOMBS ON LONDON. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

BOMBS ON LONDON. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. The Press Burcaju states that, hostile aeroplanes crossed the Thames estuary ut 10 o'clock this evening and proceed ed towards London. Some bombs were dropped in London. The raid is still in progress.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The Western Front FRENCH REPORT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

The Western Front FRENCH REPORT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Sunday. A French eomniuniiiue reports. There was fairly considerable recipro cal artillery tiring ul night lime in the region of Chavignon. east of Rheirns, ,and in the Champagne. An enemy surprise attack east of Auberive was without result.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

THE GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Sunday.'. A German official report stales: .Our aviators last night bombed London, Dover and Dunkirk, and lighting forces on the north coast of Franco.,

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE NOISE OF THE COAL GRABS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

TIN; XOISE OF THE COAL GRABS. The municipal authorities have for some lime been endeavoring to force the Commonwealth Shipping Board to effectively silence the ? nerve-trying, noise of the mechanical coal elevators. Recently the matter was brought un der the notice of the members for the district, who were asked to co-operate witli the Council in its efforts. At a meeting of the Town Council last night a telegram was read from Mr W. J. C. Cole, M.P., stating that the matter had been .brought under the notice of the Federal authorities. A letter was also received from Mr II. Jackson, M.P.. slating that he would assist in any way he could, but that as the matter was a Federal one he had forwarded it to Senator Senior for emiiry and, if pos sible, action.

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A PUBLICAN'S DEVICE. MEN PACKED IN CUPBOARD. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

A PUBLICAN'S DEVICE. -MEN PACKED IN CUPBOARD. ADELAIDE, Monday. An unusual incident was related at the Police Court this -morning. When the police raided a hotel they observed a piece of rope gradually being drawn into a cupboard. It had been affixed to the inside of the door, but had become caught between the door and the frame. Mr F. C». Hicfes, who prosecu ted, pointed out that the constables, not being followers of Sir Conan Doyle OT Sir Oliver Lodge, did not at tribute the phenomenon to occult causes, but rightly concluded that somebody must be inside, and on the door being opened two men were re vealed pressed tightly together like sardines.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

THE FUNERAL. The funeral of tlie late Pilot Mur doch was held 01V .Saturday, nfem > ju, and was largely attended, o'-"or :><) vehicles following the remains from the; deceased's, late residence., Thr J Chain iKoad, .Solomon.town, < o Ibc Port Piric Cemetery. A service \vas first held iu the house, condueteed by the Rev. T. D- Webb, who also j?.«id the burial service at- the gra-esid.v The pall-bearers jvere, .Pilot .lushes and Pilot Boberts (representing the Pilot Service), Mr. J. McLean (Mar ine p.oard), alld Mr. \V. W. Fields man (Masonic -.Lodge). Among tho<?e who paid their last respects to the fine old townsman, were many mem bers of the Pioneers' Association ar.d other well-known townsmen, and there were a large number of beauti ful floral tributes. Messrs. Symonds Bros were the undertakers.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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IN THE MOONLIGHT. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

IN THE MOONLIGHT. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Monday. The GornKins a gum raided London. It was moonlight-, and they dropped some bombs.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE LATE PILOT MURDOCK. REFERZNCES IN THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

i"' - - . ' ? > . THE LATE PILOT MURDOCK, At a meeting of tlic Town Council last night (lie Mayor {.Mr A. 13. For gaii) said lie regretted to have (n re port the death of a very old resident in ex-Pilot. Murdock". He. thought I|c deceased !i?m,I been known to | n;. iuli!;i- of [:!!.' (Council. lJers..-;n:ij!.v ; !i:hI iii'\vn him very we'!, .-i*nt Sj<. - i :: Tivil.Ni his passing. Ex-Pilot ! ,r ; .' hjt'i lioi'ii a lovable im.ui to '' ? ?? ? knew liiin. He had no doubt ? i' c:; w.uld deal with the mat ter at a later stage. When .general business was called on, Councillor Geddes said that . Cap-i tain Murdock had been a long resident jof Port Pirie, and he had been a man, 'who had always taken a deep interest i in municipal affairs. He had had a cer itain amount of civic pride in 2iim, and [ that had been evidenced in the plan tation in front of his late residence in Solomontown. He had been mainly re sponsible for the splendid growth, there. He had been one of the few ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The War. Air Raids on England LOKSOK AWD DOVER AGAIN VISITED. ONE MACHINE BRO[?]T'DOWN. (Reuter's service). LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

Air Raids on England -o LOKSOK AWD DOVER AGA5N VISITED. "i: .MACHINK liHOT;<"-'rT !>0W.\\ (Keuter's sen.ccj. LONDON. Sunday. It is officially announced" that six aeroplanes approached the mouth of the Thames at 9.45 last nijrht, and car ried out an attach on London. All the machines were turned back except one, which penetrated the capital and dropped bombs on the south-western district, demolishing a house and bury ing an invalided officer, his wife, and two children. Other bombs were drop ped on the eastern outskirts of the city. The casualties and damage were not serious. A raider made an attack on Dover at 10.45, but was driven off. Bombs were dropped on open country. An action which took place over the Kentish coast resulted in a large enemy ? machine crashing into the sea. Casualties and damage were appar ently light.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE SOLDIERS' MAILBAG LECTER FROM PIRIE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

THE SOLDIERS' MA1L3AG. TKR iFROM I'IKIK BOY. A l'irie boy at the front, in the course of a a. interesting -letter -to hip parents, states : After leaving the "forward area" we were convoyed to within a few kilometres of this place by means of motor lorries. These vary in kind, and (here is usually a convoy ot nearly a- mil® in length. As there arc J. ,000 men up a battalion you can. understand the number of conveyanc es that wo: lid be required to trans port a couple of battalions at a time These'1 motor lorries vary in make from tiie ordinary motor van to the touring charabanc and London buses. Quite a number of the latter are ussd lou see so much, of the motor traf fic fchat a/lift in a buggy and pair would be' accepted inf }i<yu .the petrol driven vehicle. It is not Un ti, one' sees- the iront line und the machinery that keeps the war going, that, one realises what great organi sation is ri5'|uired. Oi course you. can pick every branch to pieces, i>ut. we must bear ...

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UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND THE MASSES. LECTURE THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION .AND THE MASSES. JLECTI:JU£ TIIIB I:V I:\IM;. Mr. Victor E. Cromer, General Sce vciary of the1 Workers' Educatipnal Association in South Australia, peached tt'ort Piriit yesterday after noon, «nd this evening will give a public- leclurc in the. Institute Hall ou " University Education and the Ala^ucs.'' ? The object of-the meeting is to porPray the educational needs of the people, and to form a branch of the Workers' Educational Associa tion in Port l.'irie, with a view to starting University tutorial classes. 'Die W.E.A., :i non-party organisat ion, is atv association of wording men and woineu formed to promote the higher leducation of the workers. "Workers" is to be taken in its wid est sense, and embraces all who work for their living, whether by hand or brain. The W.E.A. declares that-no educational system is complete xinless it provides for the adult as well ns the child. It asserts that the uni versities should be brought into closer contact, with the whol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

W F. WELLS CO., Clothing and Boot Palace. £.! THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL WEN'S WEAR. Our SelectioK of Men'»t Suits for Quality, Variety,. Cut and iFiniaK, ITailor-Made, cannot be beaten 3® the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri .ti. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties,* &e. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well' Assorted in ail 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. - MJEXA^DJBR-STBEET, PORT PIB1E. IF you liave a WATCH and its a, Deceive!*, bring it to tis. We will take the deceit out of it. - . All Work faithfully and well tfone, and Guaranteed. - W. L/PALMER&Cc WATCHMAKERS, &c., » Alexander- Street (opposite Blight Bros.) mmMmmmw&mmmsm&msG&msmwmemmms®® 8. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &C. TANKS, BATIIS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. racaoDs IFor ? ...

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"The Guardian." JUNE ELVIDGE FEATURED IN SOCIETY DRAMA. CASINO STAR TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

JUNE -ELVIDGE FEATURED IN -SOCIETY DRAMA. CASJMO .STAR TO-NKiHT. TlK! ..upikil (irov-ni m presented ?it the jtopular test iiisht will he repealed to-night. when -Tone Eftvidge and Arthur Ash Icy, . Uiet famous American pic ture. idol.si will be soon in (be ,"vc;it Bra-fly-World film sensation. ..The: Gnatrdiansf' a 5000 ft. star triumph, whfoeh dejpicts th« story of a desprrato, ploft aguipisl a beautiful younff k-eiress, < and! the .manner-ia which she is wived!! by the naau she despised is told iin'J live mam.rnolh acts of convincing and? Sfilrtadidlj'-entertainiris: drama-a rertfI treat/for everv movie, fau. "Tbc Fi'ital King." the exciting PaUjv , aerirtl* enters on its ilfh diaptcr e.u- ; tilled '"Tlirt S^iorl; Circuit," a nn">sl, ex- j siting* 2.r>0!Wt. "adv^niurc featuring the cftarmrinsr I^esxf White: while the fol lowing splrfcuJad 'pictures ulso 1iml their ?position in (the excellent program: "The ? U.S.A. War Topical." a superb addi tion of this great' pi...

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A TRAGIC DEATH. AD[?] [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

A TRAGIC DEATH. Mr Charles Dinham, formerly of Ardrossan, but recently of St. Peters, died in tragic circumstances to-day. When driving a motor car along Steph en Terrace, Walkerville, he was block ed by work incidental to repairing a road. He attempted to turn, and it was noticed that he seemed to lose control of the car which hacked into a hedge. Two men went to his assistance, and as he appeared to be helpless and unable   to speak, a doctor was called. On ar   rival he pronounced life extinct.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of Mr and Mrs GEORGE JOHNSON are respectfully informed that the remains of their late son, Ar- thur Henry, will be removed from their residence, Second street, Port Pirie West, THIS DAY (Tuesday) at 4.30 for interment in the Port Pirie Ceme- tery. SYMONDS BROS., Undertakers.

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INJURED IN A LIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

INJURED."IN- A LIFT. On Monday afternoon a man named Harold Jones, who was working- on the top lloor at the Smelters, met with an accident with a lift, and sustained a blow on the back of the head which rendered him unconscious. After re ceiving- treatment at'the First Aid' Sta tion and from Dr. Leitch, Mr Jones was . sonveyed in the ambulance to the hos pital. lie is reported to he progressing slowly, though th einjuries are not re garded as serious.

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