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WHEAT GROWING IN THE EMPIRE QUESTION IN THE COMMONS. (Reuters Service). LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

{WHEAT GROWING IN THE EMF5RE 1 ' QUESTION" IN THE COMMONS. (Reuters Service). LONDON. 1? onda v f In the House oi Commons Mr. . Brooks asked what steps were being ^ taken. to promote wheat yro A ing within the Empire. Mr. Hewins, the Under Secretary of Sta'to for the Colonics, replied that the Dominion, Governments were fully aiiye to all the aspects of the ques ] tion.. Mr. Lewiug added that he was | not aware of any action no could usefully take.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Charlie Chaplin AND "UNDER FALSE COLORS." CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

Charlie Gsapiia AND "UNDER FALSE COLORS." CASINO TO-NIGHT. That wonderful comedian, the man who keeps the world laughing, Char lie Chaplin, will arrive at Casino to night. Ho is the oiily mart wha found any fun in leg irons, but he "bolted when 'they tried the honor system on him. '"He hasn't been seen for months. He's dangerous-four ward ers nearly died laughing ;it- him-and. if he is loner at liberty the world will laugh itself out oi all pickness in ,his twelfth and iast and absolutely fun '.nfest Mutual-Chaplin comedy, "The .A'dvenVtirer.i" What*, ha-s Charlie been up to since we saw him last /? tfch ! Not a word It doesn't matter how he got into gaol. All the laugh comes iwhen he's fretting out, when a multitude of warders tear over the landscape in pursuit, and -ivhen he dives into an ocean of afVeciion as the oniv haven of refuse from hand cuffs and fikillv."' There will be a fine star picture of the Russian Revolution, . in live stirr ing- war-like avis, entitled. ." Under F...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

GOING STRONG, THE BIG BALE OF SUMMER DRAPERY , ^ the BIG HOUSE is still the centre of attraction. . The Bis Reductions made in many. lines is attracting- much attention. These Bargains are going fast, so CaU: early and get y«.»ur. share. We quote a few Specials for this week. , LA WES' and MAIDS" JAP. CREPE KI.MONAS Special. G/il each. A few only ieil, LADIICS' TRIMMED ]iATS, br-intr Jlfod at. 'i /11 each. LADIES and GIRLS* PANAMA HATS, 'worth up to 15/9.'each, our Special Sale Price 4/11 each CHILDREN'S KIMONA PRINT FROCKS, just the thins fur the hot ' weather, a bargain, 2/i l each. A Small I.of. of SAMPLE I.IOSB to go at i/il pair. SAMPLE TOWELSsto.Clear at Sample Prices J2/4 White II.C. QUILTS, for this Week only, 10/0 each. STORM FLANELLETTE, Special Sals Price 9/11 dozen. A Big Lot of ENVELOPES to so at 3 packets for 1/. A Lot of SAMPLE HOSE and SOCKS to be cleared, i / pair. STILL A FEW REMNANTS LEFT AT SLASHING PRICES (J Picces only Light Gonnd PRINT, good width and fine iiu...

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FARMER INJURED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

RIVJER INJURED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday j .Mr. .James U saer, o- LothiH s Creek, was seriously cruslieq yester day. Ho "as returning; home after hitrvc.su.'iy when liis horse stumoled and fell on him, pinning him i;»der norith and injuring him inter .vaily.

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A TIME SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

A TIME SAVER. Kf^ep (,hamr>erla:n s Paain Balm on hand. It is an antiseptic liniment and eauses wounds to heal in less time than -by any other treatment. For sale everywhere. (Such of the cable news in this issue as is so headed appeared in The London Times, and is cabled to Aus tralia by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions given are not those of The Times® unless expressly stated to be so).

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AN UP-TO-DATE BOOT STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

I AN UP-TO-DATE BOOT STOKE. Mi". If. J. Staite, of Alexander - si,, who this morning anno'.uu-es-liis "red Pencil" sale* lias recently made a number of improvements io- his boot ami shoe store. The shop, has been thoroughly! renovate;! throughout, and now includes an Imposing show case window which, gives 30ft. of win tlow space. Mr. ?Slaite says that the prevailing high prices Of footwear ivill not alloci his efforts, inasmuch as all stock is to be offered a'c '"reel pencil" prices. Seeing is believing. **

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Charlie Chaplin AND "UNDER FALSE COLORS." CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

o i«D "UNDER FALSE COLORS." CASINO TO-NIGHT. That wonderful co:iie>'iinn, the man who. keeps the world laughing, Char lie C hapljn, will arrive at Casino to night. He is the only man wha found any f"n in leg irons, but he "bolted when they tried the lienor system on him. "He hasn't been seen for months. lie's dangerous--four ward ers nearly died laughing ;>t him-and if he is long at liberty the world will laugh itself out of all i:ic';ness in his twelfth and last aud absolutely fitti j:fcst M nt ual-Chaplin co-ncdy, "The 'A'dvon-jtirer.r' \Vhat>. ha;3 CliarVie been up to since we saw hini last ? Nh .' Not a word ! U doesn't matter how he trot- into gaol. All the laugh Peonies ?,vl»en he's setting out. when a multitude of warders ica;r over the landscape in pursuit, and when he (Jives into an ocean of affection as ihtr only haven of refuse from hand cuffs' and stilly." There will be. a fine star : icture of the Russian lievolulion. in live Btirr hu; war-Jik,» ads. entitled. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

«4 the BIG HOUSE is still the ceil Ire of. attraction. The Big- lU'tluelions made in many lines is. attracting much attention. These Bargains are going fast, so Call early ami get your share. We quote a few Specials for this week. LADIES' and MAIDS' JAP. CREPE KIMONAS Special. (>/ll each. A few only loll, LADiES1 TRIMMED HATS, .being sacHiiced at -i /11 each. LAI >IKS arid GIRLS' PANAMA HATS, wtirlh up to to/!) each, our Special Sale Price 4/11 each CHILDREN'S KIM ON A PRINT FROCKS, just the ihiiiii- i'm- liie hot v.caHuir, a bargain, 2/1 i each. A Small Ltd. ,-.r SAMPLE HOSE to go at I/ I i pair. A Lot of SAMPLE HOSE and SOUKS to he cleared, 1/ pair. STILL A FEW REMNANTS LEFT AT SLASHING PRICES fj Pieces only Light Gound PRINT, good width and line tiuaity, thrown out, 6/li dozen. SAMPLE TOWELS to Clear at Sample Prices. 1 12/4 White H.C. QUILTS, for this week only, 10/6 each. STORM FLANELLETTE, Special Saia Price 9/11 dozen. A.Big Lot of ENVELOPES to go at 5 packets for 1/. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

CASINO - To-siight - CASINO' THE MILLIOK DOLLAR COMEDIAN. © IN . "The 'Adventurer.". He's Dangerous-Four Warders nearly died laughing- at him-and if he's Jons' at liberty the world will giggle itself silly. IT'S THE FUNNIEST OP ALL CHAPLIN'S COMEDIES, A GREAT AND .MIGHTY PLAY IN 5 STIRRING WARLIKE ACTS OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, Featuring FREDERICK WARDE and JEANNE EAGLES, Entitled Under False ' Colors. TEEMING - WITII - STIRRING - SENSATIONS. TANKS AT ROUBLES. G.AUMOWT GRAPHIC, AND A TIP-TOP PROGRAM. A Fine Comedy Full of Laughs. Coine Early and Take All the Family for the Laugh Boom To-Night s : Casino : : To Night Optica.1 Notice Quality, Satisfaction; A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at BENSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Jiaaagcr, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician. E. T. Collins Piano, Organ, And Music Warehouse alexandek-STREET, PORT pikie...

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The Chasm in the State HOW CAN IT BE FILLED? ARTICLE I. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

The Chasm ia tk State HOW CAN IT BE FILLED? ARTICLE I. (By Dp. W. H, Brown.) In a recent. articlc I drew alb-iiUou lo the chasm existing in the Slate, [In gulf that yawns between tlm wagc camers as a body and the rest of the community. I expressed liic conviction that- that chasm could only he closed by devising a means whereby labor (the wage-earners) should become a real and true partner in the industrial enterprises to which its assistance is essentia!; thai, difference of status a logical anomaly in a democratic com mon;;;.--w:;s {lis- essence of ihe \v;i? - earner's grievance. and that no remedy shttr' o! i::;e thai would do away with iuai difference 11 r status. could be ex pecled iu strike at ffi»* 1*1 >'tjI iif 'lhat c'ass consciousness anil class cnniily ?which divides u:> and makes u.s ineffec tive as a nation. 1 know iha.t my en deavor in this mailer differentiates it self from those of must, of my fellow wrih-rs in this column in lhat it deals ra(her with the accep...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

BIRTH. BURTON.-On the 19th February, at Port Piric West, to Ernest and Lily Burton-a daughter. FUNERAL INTiMATFON. The friends'of Mr G. II. KNIBBS are respectfully informed that the remains of his late son, George Harold, will-be removed from his residence, Govern ment road, Solomontown, THIS DAY at. i p.m.. for interment in the Port Pirie Cemetery. W. H. NOAL, Undertaker. . ! ; -

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TIGHT ELASTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

. - . I TIGHT ELASTIC. A correspondent writes in an ex change -The kiddies are clad a^ slightly as may ';w this summ&i ?wsatij er, and in that respect have the ad vanatge of their perspiring elders. There are the daintiest little frodes .Jito be seen, wee teniclaers /and rompers, socks somet':mes. but not always. On the whole, they are all sweet, and light and hygienic, and yet there is still Something left to be said. Noth ing illustrates my point better, than' lhs rompers, for, indeed, many and many of those otherwise ex' el lent lit tle garments ar0 ca'using the tots who wear them either conscious or unconscious injury. 1 expect you are opening your eyes wide at this state ment 13at it's true, none the less. And it is all on account of the elas tic. Such a convenient thing, elas tic I It keeps the knicker legs from sliding down, and the socks from for ming woebegone spirals round Little ankles. And, .meantime, what of the delicate - Avails of the blood vessels that, arc '...

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THE PORT PIRIE RECORDER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1918. THE RED CROSS TEA ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2i, J 918. THE RED CROSS TEA ROOMS. The honorary secretary of ttie Port I'iric Red Cross Tea Rooms . (Miss Blanche Ewens) lias prepared a state ment of receipts and expenditure -cov ering, the operations of the Tea Rooms from J tine li to December J 3. This ?ihaws that the sum of £H/iii/6 \v;m received in donations, white, the cash takings at the teas amounted to £202 !>/'., making- tiic total receipts £20'J 3/11. The following- items appear on the expenditure side: Working ex penses. £7/7/3; cash paid to local Red Gross secretary, £163/15/7; cash paid to treasurer of Australia Day Fund, 1*35/1/8; cash in hand, £2/19/5. The president of the Tea Rooms was Mrs .i. S. Geddes (the then Mayoress). PRESENTATION TO MR.- AND MRS. J. O'MAHONEY. A correspondent writes: One of the most pleasant evenings in connection with Buffaloism in Port Pirie took place on Monday evening at the Inter national Hall, the occasion being- a har mony night of the R.A.O.B. Lodge, No. I'.), ...

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MR. ALICK BRECHIN'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

MR; ALICK BKECHIN'S SALE. Messrs. P. Wurm & Son, in. connec tion with Messrs Cheadle, Crase Co., conducted a highly successful clearing sale, at the farm of Mr. Ai ick Brechin at Wandearah yesterday. In faetj the sale was generally con sidered to -be one of the finest on re cord for a number of years in the Port Pirie -district. Messrs. Cheadle, Crase & Co wei« represented by Mr. 'Arthur Crase. Mr. Aic Wurm wielded the ha'mmer. Twenty four horses were sold at an average price of £30 per head, including light sorts, foals . and .draughts. Draught mares sold at £60 per headv fo&ls at foot four months old brought £15, draught geldings from £36 to £,15, whilst "the lushest bid for pair of chestnut ponies was £52. Cattle were very dpar, heifers bringing £13, £14 and £15, and atred cows ahout £12. Two looth wethers (were sold for 31/1), and a line of mixed sheep brought' 27/6 a piece. A sulky was knocked down for £24, and a Rossa 'buggy for £50, and an English wago...

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ORROROO RACES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

ORROROO RACES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Races were held at Orroroo to-Uay with tlic following results: HURDLES. Grace Watson .. .. .. .. .. i " Golden West . . . 2 .Neutral :> Dividend, £1/10/. TRIALS. ?Bill Watson I Lullabor . .. 2 Little Pistol 3 Dividends, £1/10/ and £1/0/. ORROROO HANDICAP. Larooa . . . 1 Rayalis 2 Coononjr -i Dividends, £/ I 'i / and £1/10/. JUMPERS' FLAT. Muttawarrah 1 Sir Pis lot 2 Pnmpon.ironrali '.> Dividends. £1/10/ and £1/2/. WAI.I.OWVY STAKES. Snow town . . . .: . I Miss Redmond 2 Piniiia '?> Dividend. £1/1-!/. TOT \LISATOR HANDICAP. R ATA IIS I Lullabor 2 Chilihvick . . Dividend. £1/10/.

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Kicked by a Horse SAD FATALITY AT SOLOMONTOWN DEATH OF SEVEN-YEAR-OLD BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

o SAD FATALITY AT SOLOMONTOWN DEATH OF SEVEN-YEAR-OLD BOY. Gcorjre llarold Knibbs, aged seven years, son of Air and Mrs G. II. Knibbs, of Government road, Solomrintown, met with his death in sad circumstan ces yesterday morning". At about 7.30 o'clock the little fel low went down to the bottom of the yard, where a horse was stabled. A few minutes later his mother heard him cry out in pain. She ran out, .and when she saw the boy he was walk ing- towards her, and said the horse kicked him. She picked Iiim up and went to wards tiie houso. and on the way the. little fellow became unconscious. Has tening inside. Mrs Knibbs placed, him on the bed and sent for 'Dr. Dawson. The doctor attended, reaching' the house at about 8 o'clock, but before he arrived the hoy had died as the re sult of internal injuries and shock, the blow having- apparently struck him in the abdomen. Constable Arthur.son ascertained Ihe facts, and made a report to Mr A. A. Pearce. J.P., who decided that an in &...

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AUSTRIANS OCCUPY LUCK. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

AUSTRIANS OCCUPY LUCK. \ (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesdav. An Austrian, official message says: We occupied Luck unopposed.

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LICENSED VICTUALLER'S CASE. A CONVICTION QUASHED ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

LICENSED VICTUALLER'S CASE. -o A CONVICTION QUASHED J ADELAIDE, Wedne 1 _ I An important case to licensed vie tuaUfi's was decided by the Chief .Jus-, tice, sitting: as a Lon&I CosirV this: afternoon, when an appeal was heard aguuist th-o decision of the "Mag-is-,' tratcs* Court fit Mount Ple.isi.uil which con. ict'jd him cm a chary.; of supplying liquor to l?"ranc!s Mvupii-.v,, | a person under the age of *21 year.;, on -November 3, contrary to -the pro- ' visions of the Licensing Act. ; , ! His Honor said the evidence show ed that Mitcruire, who was.under 13v years of age, was sent lo t-hi* a;>p.?di;;. ant's hoti 1 bv his father with a J'aJ-.i: containing ati empty flagon and, a : nole reijUestiiiK appellant iogive or; .deliver fco (he bearer half u gallon ct } beer and charge to his father's ae- i count. j he lad handed tho note and j bag to appellant a'id immediately ! left the hotel, saying: he would be! j back in fivc or ten minutes. The appellant Jillcd the lla'gon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

'N3W ON. Hoots NOW ON. cl Shi "TWO PAIRS !?01i T1!K i'lUCM OP OXE." See for Yourself. Urinu- Father. Aidii'-r: in l'n<. I. lirinjr the Wiioln Familv. We Can Kit YoirAII at Half i'rieV.. SEE OUR WINDOWS .-VXD BE WISE. ?Space will not allow us Lo enumerate! he. Many Hundreds of Bargains. hut Wo Quote These as a Fair Sample 20G PAIRS of I5AD1BS* HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, mostly siz»*. .'« anil 5. in Boots and Shoes. - Not oiift pair usually 'sold under 25/ Lo 30/. You sec thorn.' OUR PRICK: 15/1). Not paper talk. £4000 VS/ORTH GOING AT HALF PRICE. Our Huge and Complete Stock Is Completely -Hurt and Insulted at the Ruth less and Indiscriminate marking of tin.' "RED PENCIL." EVERY PAIR IX THE STORE REDUCED AXD GOING AT HALF PIUCE. GEXTS. S<'« Our Wonderful Offering al l't/0. "THE SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING. FOR." "STAITE." THE LIVELY BOOT.MAX. SAYS "SALE." HE MEANS IT. IT'S SOME SALE. , GET -BUSY. 1IAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE? A Visit Will be Appreciated. B...

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A WELCOME CARGO. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

A WELCOME CARGO. ADELAIDE, Wednesday The collier Corio reached Port i-Vde: Iaide tliis aftemooii villi 3,"00 tons of. coal.

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