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SALVATION ARMY FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

.SALVATION ALIMV FESTIVAL. The Hardest Festival meeting it connection with the I'ort Pine Salva tion Army is to be held to-morrow. There are, as usual, vei'y r rcltv d:. coratioJia' in wheat, fruit, veg^tahhv, etc. Air. 0. Mil i sland has been . hief ly responsible for the- designing a Scurrying - iftlao..A'tfeel. oi the deo.-u ions and is to be complimented u the successful maimer in which ti work is executed. On HiiirUy the xhaulisgiviiig services are at 7 and 11 a-:-n. and 3 and 7-15 p.m. The pub lic are reminded of the 3 p.m. s?r vice, when the children will occupy i!ie Milage mid sing- some anniversary songs. The songsters will sing liar |Ve<t songs nt the evening meeting, and throughout the day tho band wijl plav appropriate music. On Mon day and Tuesday nights a (program will he given.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

[ - PERSONAL. Nurse Mayor of the North Adelaide, i'rivate Hospital has joined the .st.aU it [in- Port Piric Hospital as char:--!? aurse. rfhe reported for duty on Thurs day. Miss Aunt's ill^r. of Solomou (own. has been accepted i>y 1 h.: Board nf Management as a probationer nurse. Tie- Hon. !!. Jackson <;ommissioiHT .jf 1.f'Avn Lands), who visited Port ?irie i.o attend the annual demonslra !<in of the High School, loft for Ade laide by motor yesterday morning. Mr./. P. Seilars is leaving: this morn ng for Adelaide in connection with unitary and Swimming Association, .nailers, and will be joined by Mrs Sel irs, who is coming from Melbourne. Mr Honney will act as secretary of the \ssociation during Mr Sellars' absence. Mr A. R. Oiishrimre iel't for Adelaide yesterday morning, en mule f>>r New 'eniand, where he will f-peiid^a health holiday. The Minister of Education ill"!!. \V. 'I. Harvey) ami the Ijitvctor of Kduea ion :Mr M. M»ug2t:m}. who wore un due ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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SUBMARINING[?]. FRENCH AND ITALIAN FIGURES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

SUBMARINING^*. \PJtl-lNCH AND ITALIA.N FIGURES. LO-NDOX, Thursday. J«~tn;h shipping returns ' for tho week show i?19 arrivals and 876 de partures. There were Bindings, (flirty vessels wore unsuccessfully ut taeked. The Italian figures show that two 'steamers wore sunk.

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TOWN PLAINER. UPKEEP OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

TOWN PLAINER. UPKEEP OF THE HOSPITAL. In a report dealing1 with, the fman ess of the Hospital during the year j «ude<3 December 31, 1917, prepared by ; the Secretary ot the Board ot Man- . agement (Mr. F. -J. McMahon) it is shown that the upkeep ot the insti tution during that period amounted to £5,143/1-1/2, made up ol maint- j 'enance (other than buildings), £3,(>7'2 | .13/3* arfd salaries and wages, £2071 0/11. The tmoney was provided in the foHtawing' manner :-Government aid, |£4,329/7/5 ; muni'iipal aid, £5 ; pub lic subscriptions, legae'es, etc, £150 13/6 ; fees from patiaats, .£651/18/ ; 'other rov«oue, £5/15/3.

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FRENCH TAKE 525 PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

FRENCH TAKE MS PRISONERS. A I'nneh commuuiuc says: We took 5 prisoners:, including- il officers, in sir vd ay'a operations at Lorraine.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

SPORTING. r ' ? :'i (Notes by "Ghuriuga." i Everything' is promising for some | good raging' al Morphettvillc on Satur day, and the S.A.J.C. can always be de pended on to carry things out in pro per order. The acceptances on Wed nesday were indicative that the fields will be large, and the material at command-should ensure the racing' be ing- interesting, if not exciting. Aislabie has quite enough'"weight'in the Welter, and he certainly looks more attractive in the Somertoiv- -Handicap witli <Sst. 91b. Azoic possesses an ex cellent chance in the opening evenl, but he may find Xomion a source of worry. Likely may improve on his Marlindale showing, while Golden Rule :will have a host of admirers. He seems ja Una horse. If Field Glass, were all | right he would have been in the. pic ture, but unfortunately he is under a j cloud, and v.ilijiave to be treated very i iocderiy," having developed a split hoof. Kiliamey- Rosa or lliss Restful may secure a place/ ! It looks os if C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

W. F. WELLS & CO., Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Dor Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, at Tailor-Made, cannot be beatea i® the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrL«s. 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 bougfet many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIRIE. IF yon have a WATCH and its a Deceiver, bring it to us. We "will take the deceit out of it. All Work faithfully and well sfone, and Guaranteed. , ? W. L. PALMER&Co, WATCHMAKERS, &e., Alexander Street (opposite 'Blight Bros.) - i THOMAS & MILL-HOUSE LEGALLY QUALIFIE DENTAL SURGEONS. Painless Extractions Is. By otu- New.Method and Anaesthetic. GOLD WORK A SPECIALITY. CROWN BRIDGES AND FILLINGS. HOURS 9 to G. FRIDAY and S...

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TURKISH AND AUSTRIAN TROOPS. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

TURKISH AND AUSTRIAN TROOPS. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Friday. Turkish and Austrian troops have arrived on the West front.

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WEATHER SUITABLE FOR ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

WEATHER 8UITABLE FOR ATTACK. Router's correspondent at British hi'sdquurteifa says that groat patrol, raiding" and aerial activity constitute the only news during the present per iod of waiting for the Germans to bo g-in the attack. The weather continue to bf wonderfully tine. and along the greater part of the frout the condition of the ground is good enough 4o ren der offensive operations on a big scale feasible. I heard a dozen reports yes terday that the Germans' effort had begun in both the north and the south, also that the Franco-Americans had laken the offensive. These and lite rumors will probably be repeated daily From Pasehendaele to our southern dank we are everywhere prepared to meet ??whatever is coming'.

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The Western Front SUCCESSFUL NEW ZEALAND RAID. (Reuter's Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

The Western Front o SUCCESSFUL NEW ZEALAND RAID. (Reuter's Service). Field Marshal Ilaig- reports Tho Xe«- Zealanders made a successful raid eastward of Polygon Wood and prisonered a few. Artillery is active at Flcsquerie.

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ESPIONAGE CENTRE IN FRANCE. (Published in The Times). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

ESPIONAGE CENTRE IN FRANCE. (Published in The Times). Tfii'. Times correspondent at Parfu says that the police have discovered at Saint. Etionne h large espionage cen tre provided with German money and defeatists pamphlets in readiness to provoke industrial tumults during' the Western offensive.

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Death from Poisoning YOUNG WOMAN'S SAD END. COULD HEAR HER DEAD LOVER CALLING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

Death from Poisoning YOUNG WOMAN'S SAD END. jpOULB" HEAR HER DEAD"LOVER CALLING. Miss -Vera Telford, aged 20 vears, daughter of. Mrs. Emily Telford, boarding-house keeper of Norman-st> died"'as the resuit of poisoning in paa-ticuiady sad e i re um seances yes terday. . Miss Telford was the fiancee of t he ?late Mr. Arthur Jonnson, who was accidentally drowned in the river last Sunday, and they were to have been married in about three iweel^s'.L time. The tragic death of her )o*"er natur allv came as a terrible shoci to Mis3 Telfordl and she had hsen in a gnef stricken state since. Yesterdav morning she declared thai she could hear him calling her all through the previous night. A little later she went to iior room, and subsequently she was fotmd on her hid in a state of collapse -with an empty septol bottle on the chest of drawers. Eme tics were applied, but, witoout result, and when medical aid, which had been promptly seut for, arrived, death was inevitable, and the unfor tunat...

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FATHERS OF SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

FATHERS OP SOLDIERS AJS'D SAILORS' ASSOCIATION. At the meeting- at which the Fathers of Soldiers and Sailors' Association in Port Pirie was formed, which was held last week, the Mayor (Mr A. B. For gan) presided, and there were also present: Messrs Jenkins, Bowden, Parkes, T. S. Smith, Rosenhain, Revell, Marshall. H. Smith, Cocks, Martin, Wills, Gooding-, Davey, Mansom, Ed wards, Pearce. Capt. Clarke, Degen hardl, Parasiers and Scanlan. The. association was formed and the follow ing officers were elected: Patron, 'Ma jor A. A. Pearce. AM).: president, Mr O. Edwards: vice-presidents, Messrs. Davey. Parkes. Marshall, Allan, Jen kins, Revell, Martin, Gooding-, Degen hardt, Bradshaw and Wilkins; auditors, Messrs Pearce and Gooding-: secretary, Mr W. E. Seanlon. The following were appointed to draft a constitution: - Messrs Edwards. Pearce," "Degenhardt, Rosenhain, T. S. Smitli; Parasiers," Mar shall and Wills. A general meeting of members will be held on Tuesday nest to consider the con...

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FAMOUS AVIATOR'S ESCAPE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

FAMOUS AVIATOR'S ESCAPE. (Published in The T-imes). LONDON, Thursday. | The Times correspondent at Paris l says that, life 'jfamouH avjajoi* tiarrue ilias escaped from Germany. I .

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The War. The Coming Offensive GENERAL ACTIVITY. ALLIED AERIAL SUPERIORITY. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

The Coming GENERAL. ACTIVITY. ALLIED AERIAL SUPERIORITY. (Published in T-iia Times). LONDON, Thursday. The coming offensive precursc?"-ed by general activity and lighting, outpost raids, minor actions and artillery ac tivity, in which British airmen have vshawu iudispui/ablo superiority. For fjiur days, fronii- Saturday lo Tues day, we smashed 48 (jrecman ae"o. pjuoes and brought d-owa 50 more.

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PORT PIRIE SERENADERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

PORT PIRIE SEREKADERS A corresondent writes: The above company made their llrst appearance at Port Germein on Wednesday, the 20th inst., and. jurying by their per formance, they are sure to make good in tin- near future. The programme opened \vHh a routing chorus, which \v«n ably rendered. Mr Fred Veach I sang: "Anchored," and was heard to advantage. Miss J. Pctatnia, the charm ing contralto, sanjf "Come, Sing to Me," and had to la lie a double encore, in which she eontribulfd "An Emblem" which was irreeted with un.stintel ap plause and a profusion of floral tri butes. Mr .lames Pitman, the Ragtime King, gave a choice selection. Miss Fitzgerald, a vivacious soubrette, sanx "Tniip and the Hose," assisted by the company, and had to repeat lh>1 num ber amidst a shower of confetti. M-\ssrs Rudjre and Streatfie.ld brought down Ihe house- with their laughabb' ragtime. "The Dawn" was given in captivating style by Miss Hudson, and Mr Kilson's silvery tenor was heard to advantage in "Turn...

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MAILS REACH LONDON. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

IW.MLS REACH LONDON. ADELAIDE, Friday. It is officially ianaounced tbai mails -which were despatched froni Adelaide on December 2<i and 26 and January 7 lia,ve rcaolied London^ . . . _

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PRICE OF MEAT. IS IT GOING UP? ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

PRICE OF MEAT. IS IT aoixo UP 7 . A.DELAJDE, Friday. The HtatotriO.it /was.. confirmed to-day tlut the Adglaide Meat. SUores has been purchased by K ither's, largy business. Hie tirartsaction, v, hich was an &s tensive one, \v;;s fomj.iflel j yesterday. Some people^ view thi e-vpiirw'.'on of th« cncat stores as a monopoly, and fear that it will lead to higher prices ot meat, but a re ply has been made that it is curta il ? that the cost will be cheapened" A . consumer remarked this afternoon, ''Wait and. pee." The opinion among some r itosl-clcal ers is that the State is oil the eve of.J much fdi.-arer meat. H lie Produce l!e- 1 partment is reported to he buying j actively in the open war! but- it | is understood that this is for Impc-r- | ml purposes, People an; looking to l the .Federal Prices Commissioner to 1 arovexu prices on their behalf, and tho « {prime Minister ha.^ stated that, action in that direction will he taken.

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SWEDEN AND FINLAND. STOCKHOLM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

SWEDEN AND FINLAND. STOCKHOLM, Thursd j The Premier, in reply to j>ji inter poliation in the Diet, said that Swed en h«ri no intention a! iaU'rvf.ning in Finland.

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A DISTRESSING CASE. APPEAL TO THE KINDHEARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

1 DISTRESSING CASE. APPEAL TO THE KIND HEARTED. :tMention has been drawn to the, condition in which th« widow ?d the Into Mr James Lydeamore lias a ietf. She hns a lariro family, the of whom are absolutely dependent up on her for their support. She has hc.'n tmd'T medical treatment for n Painful affliction (housemaid's tner:. and Is Quite unable at, present to work, and wilt be for some lime. She is liv ing irt a rented house and has practi cally pf.tjtir.fr. and no reJaiivoH who nr-" in a position to afford h"r nfTCessary help. .Mrs M. L. Warren. who is always in the fore in cases of distress, is in terculin.s: herself on behalf of the un fortunate woman and children. but m««r« substantial assistance is requir ed I'ian can be rendered by a few pri vate Individual;). bene.- this armea'. !:. the < haritabje public. Will our readers oienextend iheir charity lo this un fortunate woman, who is more or ]e permanently disabled through hard wi-r-'i. and hi-r children. All donati...

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