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MEN! MEN! MEN! [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

Wiafil {VJZKt IloW Can YOU .s 1 ,J y ami !J Xnl I}' mates ..nllinfi? How can you sulTer lu hear lli.ii [hey arc being' sent back (o lfie rn hi I, fi'titti hospital or! account of ii" i-iMiiI'fjrcs-iit.-nts eominir.- after Itoinij in tin- Iron I line for J 2 months. anil wounded perhaps two or three limes? Yet the;;.' men are willing In pj back for your liberty's sake. .Men! II i.s your liberly. your mollier's anil y..ur fath er's. your brothers' ami sisters' thai lliey are lighting' lor. Are you g-uing |o look on and sti(Tor that? Are you going' lo slay al home ami see those | hi or brothers suff"rin,- as they are with many wounds ' Say ''Ye.s. I will go and do a hi! Are you going In slay al honi" and see the same fate come to your homes as Las overtaken the pool- Serbians? Iiur lnlt'T end o!' !I)I7 l!:c Aus trians deported something- like Ij.ono or 20.000 )>nv.s lo Germany am! ilatieia. and deported 2"i00 young children. Simultaneously thousands of lads have been sen! In Asia .M...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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BRITAIN'S WAN-POWER PROPOSAL REJECTED BY ENGINEERS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

BRITAIN'S WAN-POWER PROPOSAL u .[REJECTED- BY ENGINEERS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. The: 'Amalgtimated Society ot EnsSn eer3 rejected tli» Government man power proposal by 121,017 to 27,470 votes

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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MONDAY'S AIR RAID. NO CASUALTIES. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

MONDAY'S AIR RAID. o .KO CASUALTIES. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday. The 'Press Bureau announces thai there wero no casualties or damage caused by Monday's air raid.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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GERMAN OCCUPATION OF DVINSK (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

C.EKMAS OCCLl'ATIOX 01' 1)VISSK (Reuter's Service). LOSDOX, Tuesday. A German official message says : We occupied Dvinsk' after small enemy resistance. A Russian attempt to "blow up the Dvina Bridge was vnsuc cessful.

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LENIN AMD TROTSKY PROTEST. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

LEKIPi AMD TROTSKY PROTEST. (Reuters Service. LONDON. Tuesilft>. .A wireless Russian oflieial message ( says that Lenin ami Trotsky sent a ! message to the German Government I protesting- ajrainst the Herman invas- I ion while the Russian army was de- j mobilising-. The Council of the Peo- i pie's Commissioners is now forced to formally declare its willingness lo sign I peacc upon conditions dictated by Hie I Quadruple Alliance at Brest Litovsk. A detailed reply to these conditions j will be given without delay. I

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ENEMY POSITIONS BOMBED. EFFECTIVE WORK AT ZEEBRUGGE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

ENEMY POSITIONS BOMBED. o EFFECTIVE WOKK AT ZEVJ', 1 KUGGE. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. The -Admiralty states Our aircraft dropped several tons of expletives en on tile nights of February IT ni:I lf> the ZeebrucTjrc mole ;iml dorks. an ! the Bruges (locks*. Bombs were ob served to fa'll alongside a submarine shelter and in the vicinity of lr,c'-. gates and quays. Our aircraft in the forenoon on. Monday attacked aa aerodromo at Yarssenare. Several hits vers mad.: oil hangars and sheds. Thn-s enemy aircraffc -ward destroyed in patrols. All o«-~ machines- returned.

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GENERAL KALEDIN. REPORTED SUICIDE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

GENERAL KALEDIN. reported slic. (Reuter's Service). LONDON', Tuesday. Pctro^rivd reports state ithat (i al Ivaledin lias committed suicide

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

PERSONAL. Mr. jmd Mrs. Frank) Hockey return ed from their honeymoon by train yesterday, and in trend staying at the Barrier Hotel for a few days before proceeding to tlieir home at Hum mocky. Word ha* been received in Port Piric ihiit Mr Destree. who is well known . here, where has was in the -Stock Department of KIder, Smith and Co. Ltd., has come info a substantial fortune. Mr Destree is at present at Mount Pleasant. f Airs Webb, wife of I he »Rev. T. D. Webb, is a patient at the Port Piric Hospital, where she underwent an ope ration yesterday. His many friends will be. glad to know that Mr W. II. Noal. who had an attack of typhoid fever, has left the hospital, and is now well on the road io recovery.

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The Smelters Co-operative Scheme COMPOSITION OF THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

--;-O -?. COMPOSITION OF THE COUNCIL The following is a copy of a notice posted at the Smeitei's ye&terday over tlie signature of Mr Gilbert Rigg, the Acting- General Manager: It is proposed tu build permanent premises for the Co-operative Store on the Company's land, and consideration has been given to equipping a tempor ary store, where a few lines can be sold, pending the completion of the permanent shop. It was desired to start at'.once supplying meat, but the cost of temporary fittings is excessive. The supply of meat must therefore await permanent premises. Arrangements have now been made to take over a building on -the works, and use it as a temporary store. It is hoped that in a few weeks' time boots, shirts, underwear, overalls and a few other lines, will be on sale at- the tem porary store, but this is dependent up on being able to get shipping space to Port Piriv. Nominations are now invited for re presentatives on tlie Co-operative Council of the various departme...

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WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. BRANCH FORMED IN PORT PIRIE. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSO CIATION. BRANCH FORMED IN PORT PIR1E. TUESDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. As briefly reported in yesterday's Recorder, there was a fair attendance at the Town Hall on Tuesday night, iwlien a branch of the Workers' Educa tional Association of 'South Australia was formed. The president of the [Trades' and Labor Council (Mr B. S. Pound) presided, and also 011 the plat-, [form were Messrs S. J. Davis (vice president Trades' and Labor Council), II. L. Baldock (secretary Trades' and Labor Council), A. W. Lacey. and T. Castles (A.W.U.), C. Davis (Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen's Associa tion). A. E. Wilson and P. Lynch (Carpenters' Society), and N. V. Par ham /(Butchers' and Bread Cartel's' Union). Mr Victor E. Cromer, the secretary of the W.E.A., was present on behalf of that body, and delivered an interesting address. In opening the meeting:, the chair man said that Mr Cromer was in Port Pirie at the instigation of the Trades' and Labor Council, which had had the sub...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Russia INCREASING CHAOS. GERMAN ADVANCE UNOPPOSED. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

Russia INCREASING CH.IOS. G Eli MAX ADVANCE rXOl' rOSED. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday. The "latest telegrams trom nussuv point to increasing chaos mid w'td<> spread disturbances in jho south. The only definite fact is thai the Ger mans crossed the- Dvina because there was nothing tq'^prevent them. Germany's move has roused Uio idealists in Petrograd. M. Gorky's paper, which has been galvaniseJ in to new life, which lias hitherto beea pacifist, says that the German Gov ernment,' halving quelled disaffection, ;\vill; attempt/ to temash th» revolutfton f { The paper points out the necessity to j withstand- an Austro-Germun attack f by organising the a''*my, for which it slates plenty ot material exists.

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

^fe. f, WELLS & CO., Clothing and Bool Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Bur Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and iPinisK, all Tailor-Made, cannot bo beaten i® the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri^sS. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. - Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bougkt many months ago to arrive, and are at the preoent time much be low tie market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STBEET, POET PIEIE. Beeeiie®e®8®s®^'®@e®9i®swe®@s^serawe®i®a®s IF you have a WATOH ancl its a Deceiver, bring it to us. We will take tlie deceit out of it. All Work faithfully and well done, and Guaranteed. - - W. L. PALMER&Co, WATCHMAKERS, &e., Alexander Street (opposite Blight Bros.) m 1 S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATIIS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. SUMMER Glean-up ? SALE NO...

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The War. The Western Front VIOLENT ARTILLERYING. ON FRENCH FRONT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

The Western Front VIOLENT ARTILLERYING. ON FBENGJI FiiONT. ' (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. A ifrencli communique reports :- j There was. violent artillery firing at ; sight time in the region of the south [ forest in the St. Gobaiii sector, at j Chavignoi], and north-west of Bezcn- I vaux. . f I

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A WEEVIL-KILLING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

A WEEVIL-KILLING MACHINE. On Monday afternoon the members of tlie Wheat Commission inspected a machine which has been .invented by Mr Win. Heitiiers'ay, of Peterborough, for tfie destruction of the weevil, at Messrs J. D. Campbell and Go's, iron foundry, Currje .street {reports The. Daily Herald). By this process the wheat is passed through a cylinder heated by lire, to 120 to 130 degrees Fahr. The frrain is poured into this cylinder, which revolves. It is about 8 to 10 ft. long-, is lire encased, and pours out at the other end. The ca pacity of the plant is one bag in SOsec., but it can be increased by lilting' the machine''at a greater angle. So intense is the heat that the weevils are simply frizzled up while passing through the cylinder. The heat, also kills the ger minating power of the wheat, hut does not injure, it for milling purposes. The test which was carried out 011 Monday on the first machine manufactured was entirely satisfactory in every way, members being' convinced ...

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PROSECUTION UNDER DENTISTS ACT. MR. E. A. DUNGEY FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

PROSECUTION UNDER DENTISTS ACT. MR. E. A. DUNGEY FINED. In the (Adelaide Police Court, -be fore Mr. »T. -Rf Bright,. S.lL, 0u Mon day, E. A. Dungey was charged by T. C. Walker, registrgr of the Dental Board, with halving on February 4, hot being a person registered as a dentist, exhibited at his place of business, Victoria Square, certa u words, signs, and devices, implying that he was qualified and authorised to practice dentistry.. Ho pleaded not guilty, and was represented by Mr. 31. Inglcbv. Mr. G. M. Evan, who prosecuted, said, prior to the passing of the Act of 1917, it was competent for any person ta practice dentistry with or without qualification, but an unquali fied dentist labored under two* dis abilities-he could not sue for any fee due to him, and he was restraio fcdfrom using certain words by \vay of describing his. business. I>nrler section 14 of the 1917 Act if. was en acted that no person other than a legally qualified medical practicioner coulq practi' i; > d...

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S.A.J.C. RACES. THE ACCEPTANCES. Run on Saturday. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. WELTER HANDICAP. One Mile. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

S.A.J.C. RACES. THE ACCEPTANCES. Run on Saturday. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. WELTER HANDICAP. One Mile. Aislabie, 11.3; Azoic, 10.0; Peram bulate, 9.8; Nomion, 9.3; River Prince 9.2; Royal Union, 9.2; Golden Rule 9.0; Winapie, 8.G; Ki Harney Rose, 8.4 Miss Restful, 8.2; High Tension, 8.2 Nurse Cavcll, 8.1; Believe, 8.0; Alco Iiolic, 8.0. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles and 36 yards. Common King", 10.10; Brewster 10.(5; Netherton, .10.0; Mooenbar, 9.13 Bruri, 9.13: Short Ilaven, 9.4; Wal towa,'9.4; De Walden, 9.0; Ferrigm'te 9.0; Proven. 9.0; Cruesot, 9.0; Widgil 9.0; Drumance, 9.0; Munmuckhardt 9.0. SOMERTON HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. Epistle, 9.6; Boontree, 9.0; Pistolier 8.12; Aislabie, 8.9; Kongorong, 8.5 Lord Lenhuk, 8.3: Bangonie. 8.3 Beauty Spot, 8.1; Azoic, 7.9; .Tarwou, 7.7; Eastern Sea 7.6; Calamus, G.12; Oopina. 0.11: Nomion. G.il; Bar acoofa, 6.8; Miss Restful, 6.7; Tele gony, 6.7. PATAWALONGA STAKES. Six furlongs. St. Speed, 9.8; King- Bardolph. 8.8; Moderation. 8.8: L...

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A DISTRESSING CASE. AN APPEAL TO THE KINDHEARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 21 February 1918

A DISTRESSING CASE. AN APPEAL TO THE KIND-     HEARTED. Our attention has been drawn to the   condition in which the widow of the late Mr James Lydeamore has been left. She has a large family, five of whom are absolutely dependent up- on her for their support. She has been under medical treatment for a painful affliction (housemaid's knee), and is quite unable at present to work, and will be for some time. She is liv- ing in a rented house and has practi- cally nolhing, and no relatives who are in a position to afford her necessary help. Mrs M. L. Warren, who is always to the fore in cases of distress, is in- teresting herself on behalf of the un- fortunate woman and children, but more substantial assistance is requir- ed than can be rendered by a few pri- vate individuals, hence this appeal to the charitable public. Will our readers please extend their charity to this un- fortunate woman, who is more or less permanently disabled through hard w...

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GERMAN REPORT. BIG HAUL OF PRISONERS AND BOOTY. (Wireless Press.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

GERMAN REPORT. BIG HAUL OF PRISONERS AND - BOOTY. (Wireless Press.) LONDON, Wednesday. t\ German official message slates: We advanced 20 kilometres astride the Riga-Petrograd railway. We also ad vanced over wide sectors between Dvinsk and Luck, and are now march ing on Rovnor We took 2500 prison ers and also captured 100 guns and much rolling stock.

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AN AUSTRIAN VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

\ AN AUSTRM4N VIEW. F A remarkable article in the Arbeiter Z<utung:, a newspaper published in Vienna, pionfs nut thai Britain ami America will a;rn*e to I he dismember nicnt of Russia only if they arc de feated, which is impossible. Germany cannot remain a beleaguered fortress for ever. She must seek reconciliations, but- Francc and England will lonir main tain hatred, while the continuance of the war with Russia will postpone reconciliation there for half a cen tury. The paper adds that patriots never forgive seizures of territory, and the Russian workers will never forget that Germany overthrew the revolution. Austria is unable lo hinder Imperial ist plans, and does not dare to join a renewed war against Russia.

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WHAT WILL BE THE EFFECT? (United Cable Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

WH,1T WILL BE THE EFFECT? I ;United' Cn!>lc Servico). LONDON. Wi!iln«sdiiy. There is wide speculation eoncorn injr the j->?! 1 iIii.i 1 and economic, effects of O.ernuny's pouelration of Kussui nml its ultimate strategical effects in the Far East.

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