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PUSHED THROUG[?] A WINDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
PUSHKH 'J'HHOUCiR A WINDOW. Aii exciting incident- occurred 11f si-lr- tjic Olynipii l)o:ii"Jinji-!ioiise a few niiilit o.^o. A 'jtinvrel occurred between two men, nud duriitir a scolHe. winch ensued, one Innied (lie other through one of llio'larjri! phi.tegla.ss windows in front of the iiuiidiiiK- There is l.iik of Court proceedings as the, .se^uei.
WHY NOT ATTACK GERMAN COAST? (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
WHY NOT ATTACK GERMAN COAST? (Keillor's Sorvieo). LONDiiX, Timrsday. A .sjn;oi;ii message from Paris states Unit the successful bombing" of the Goeben by Allied aircraft is comment ed vsi>&lt;Hi by M. Olemenceau's orj-raii, r.e Homme Libre, which considers that, live result justilies similar altacks on the German coast and -High Sea Fleet. The paper walls Oommander H e we II'M successful raid on Guxhaven in 19:15. lHi!ieu!ties re enmrkation and the par ticipation of seaplanes owing" to the possible stale of the sea are recog nised, but it is pointed out that the heavens will be black with aircraft in 191S. and there can be no harm in sacrificing" a few if the crews can be rescued. 1 Meanwhile the German press ex tracts cold comfort from ihe Darda nelles action, and attempts' to prove that the Brcslau's attack was success ful because it dealt a blow lo a valu able British naval base, which it does j not" specify. The enemy press furthers assert that the "restless German na...
THE BRITISH ARMY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
THE BRITISH ARMY. LONDON. Friday. In the House of Commons to-day General Hunter Weston, who com mands an army corps in Flanders and who participated in the Gallipoli fight ing. made his maiden speech on the Manpower Bill. In pressing- the need for more men, he said the flower of the manhood of Great Britain and the Do minions was in the army, whoch was in magnificent- fettle,and in a spirit of unconquerable cheeriness. The men were calmly confident that if Prussian militarism were not conquered now we should be attacked later when our Allies would be fewer and our lot would be similar to that of Belgium. He appealed to Ireland to join America. France, and the Dominions in the struggle. When America was at her full strength our position would be overwhelming, but until then we must expect heavy attacks, although he was confident such attacks would be de feated.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
W. F. WELLS & CO., THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, aE. Tailor-Made, cannot be beaten i» the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri,&lt;-i5. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hata, Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Stock iB Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low the market value. r"W. F.. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIJLLE, 'Phono 204. W. L, PALMER& Co. " O Watchmakers, Jewellers, Aud* Opticians APS WORK GUARANTEED. ALEXANDER-STREE®. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. SOME HOW SOf^SE OSME MAY MAKE A MORE BEAU.TIEUL SEE OF TEETH THAN E. A. DUNGEY, BUT HP CTO .THE PBESEN5E ftSO ONE NO WHERE NO HOW CAN. MAKE A MORE NATURAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIPUU SET OF TEETH ffHAN -THOSE SUPPLIED AT SURGERIES, ELEEN-ST., Thong 1§4. And Victoria Square, A&lt;i«laid«. THROAT HABITS. A cough...
NOTTINGHAM CONFERENCE. LABOR'S PEACE AIMS, LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
KOTTIWGHAIV1 CONFERENCE. LABOR'S PEACE AIMS, LONDON, Thursday. Speaking at the Labor Conference at Nottingham 31. Kemaiidel, a dele ; gato from France, said the presence ' of Allied Labor representatives was being utilised to promote a general Allied agreement on the lines oi tlie British war aims with, the adherence of Labor in the United States. Hav ing achieved such unify the belliger ent working classes would then be asked to participate in united action to establish a durable peace and ov erthrow Imperialism throughout the world.
The Peace Conference PROPOSED GERMAN ANNEXATIONS LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
j The Peace Coofsren.ee PROPOSED GERMAN ANNEXATIONS LONDON, Thursday. Reuter's correspondent, at I'etrograd says the opening of the Soviets Con gress at the Taunda Palace has been fixed for to-night. When the Russian delegates at the Brestlitovsk Conference asked the Germans to specify their conditions regarding occupied territories General Hoffman spread out a war map and arow up 0. finger: line along' the shore of the Gulf of Finland, eastward o£ the Moon Islands and thence to Walck, Dvinsk, and Brestlitovsk. The Russian delegates thereupon ( mentioned the southern occupied ter- i' ritories, and General Hoffman; replied -We will speak of those with the Ukrainian Republic. The Russian delegates then said : If we do not agree to these condit ions ? General Hoffman replied We will occupy Reval within a few weeks. German delegates announced that the present adjournment was the last io which limy would agree.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
(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 i _ express'y stated to be so). WILL BE The Reductions in many lines Win ?isfonisli the - .keenest, buyers. be cause while everything is advancing' in Di-icc we are reducing many lines, and this will mean a great saving In money lo you. We quote just a few of the many lines offering. GREY FLANNEL, usual price *2/3; Sale Price 1/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual price 3/3; Sale Price 2/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual price 2/0; Sale Price 2/2 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING. 54 in. wide, very special. 1/4A yard. NAVY GROUND TABLING, cheap at 2/0: now 1/1J yard. 20 Pieces only FANCY CREPE, usually lOJd. yard: now 6/11 dozen. 10 Pieces Good Washing DARK PRINT, usually 9id. yard; now 6/11 dozen 0 Pieces Light PRINTS, usual price 1/3 yard: now li/0 dozen. A Few- Pieces CHECK ZEPHYR, ...
"BOLSHEVIK AUTOCRACY." A BED COFFIN FUNERAL. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
"BOLSHEVIK AUTOCRACY." A BED COFFIN FUNERAL. LONDON, Thursday. A Petrograd message, dated Jan uary 22, says that eight victims oi tlie shooting on January 18 were buried publicly. Thousands oi mour ners tramped 15 miles to Preobra jensky cemetery. The bodies were enclosed in red coffins, which expos ed, when raised, the faces of the .dead. Many speeches were made at the graveside, denouncing thei Bol shevik autocracy and comparing it with Tsardom and autocracy. One of the murderers of Shingareff Kotoshki has been arrested.
BAND ON SOLOMONTOWN BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
BAND CN SOLOMOXTOWN BEACH. Something1 in the shape of a novoUy is being introduced by the ExcfU::1-' Band to-morrow night, when a recil.-t; will be given on the SolemoitrAvn beach. After the trying- heat wave/this should prove a most attractive enkr tainment. The hand will be antler ihe capable conchictorship of 1STr. Holmes. A eolleetion will be taken u;*.
SEND-OFF TO MR. W. H. BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
EP4D-OFF TO MR. W. H. BUTLER. At the Barrier Hotel Lounge mi Monday a !'| ernoon last there was ;i re presentative gathering of townsmen l» make a presentation and )>i&lt;I farewell to Mr. W. 'H. Butler, who fur several years - has been manager of the Purl Pirie branch of the Union Bank. .Mr. Butler has been transferred to XorLh am. -Western Australia. A nniiihtii' of apologies were received. The Mayor (Mr. A. . B. Fortran). who presided, referred Ik Mr. Buller's high i.'ufhties as a citizen. and placed special emphasis on the part Mr. Butler hpd played in connection with the Institute, anil with patriotic affairs, lie felt sure that they would all agree with him when he said thai Mr. Butler would lie greatly,missed. Mr. H. A. Chester spoke on helri!!' of the Institute Committee, of which lie is President. ;md paid a high (rfhiHe. to ib.c work iiT Jli'. Bulier in &lt;?on;v!c ti'>11 with tl;at, institution. Mr. Bu'ier was President of tin; committee for a term o...
The Austrian Strike NOT YET OVER. WORKERS SUSPICIOUS AND DISSATISFIED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
NOT YET OVER. WORKERS SUSPICIOUS AND DISSATISFIED. LONDON, Thursday. Later news remarkably discounts the iGerman claim on January 22 -that the Austrian strikeSj have ended. Copenhagen; reports from Vienna -state that 200,000 men have not resumed work in Vienna alone. The sensitiveness of} ihei workers shows that if a general strike again started the extremists would overrule their leaders. The strike patty at Budapest con tinues under the extremists' direction despite the anxiety of the Socialists leaders to terminate the trouble. An Amsterdam message states that the Vossisch Zeitung admits that the strikers are not going back to work in several large factories in the suburbs of Vienna, owing to the workers being suspicious of and dis satisfied with the attitude of the Government in regard to its prom ises. Leaflets have "been circulated violently attacking Labor leaders. Forty per ccnt. of the total workers are still idle. *' .Reports from \ ienna state that in respect to a prolong...
AMAZING DEEDS. MYSTERY V.C. EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
ASVJAZi'NG DEEDS. o MYSTERY VX'« EXPLAINED. P Mr. James Mackenzie, of Artarmon, (says the Sun) recently received a letter from a lady in England re garding a thrilling experience through which one of his relatives passed while undergoing the cross-country test for his flying certificate, "My son is now a fully qualified pilot," writes the lady. . "When he graduated he had to, fly his cross country test in the teeth of ,fl gale. ''He has had very many narrow escapes, but that of last week was the most exciting of all. ''He had been out flying one of the latest and fastest? scout, machines, looping-the-Ioop, doing spins, spirals, immelman-tums, and so on. " I am not sure what the speed is .'lying level, but the machine dives at an unheard oi velocity, and lands at, a speed that would not long since have been a record for the fastest machine in the air. "Well, on getting dowu, he told the mechanic that she wanted overhaul ing, as the throttle was working loose. ''.Probably the mechanic...
The War. The Western Front NOTHING SPECIAL. LONDON, Thursday. Field Marshal Haig says that there is nothing special to report. Two German Destroyers Sank BOTH STRIKE MINES. OUT FROM HELIGOLAND. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
? The Western Front - o NOTHING SPECIAL, LONDOis, Thursday. Field Marshal -llaig says that there is nothing special to report. Two mmm Destroyers 5:-A BOTH STRIKE PJllNES. OUT FROM HELIGOLAND. LONDON", Thursday. Keuter's correspondent at C-opcn ' liagen says that an officer and 16 of the crew of a German destroyer, which was torpedoed or mined, land ed at Honvig, on the west coast of Jutland, from an open boat. ia which ihey had been for four days. They suliered very severely. One man was dead. A later message Iroin Copenhagen says that the survivors xroni the Ger man. destroyer state that live des troyers left Heligoland iOI1 Sunday. When -they had proceeded (50 miles the destroyer A77 struck n mine and 'Sank. The destroyer A73 hastened I 'to the '.rescue, and she, also struck \ a mine and sank, whereupon the re- j m^ininy three steamed away south wards. The whole of the crew Qf ' the A73 perished.
CLARE WEIGHTS. Run Wednesday, February 6. STANLEY HURDLE RACE. About two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
CLARE WEIGHTS. Hun Wednesday, February t>. STANLEY HURDLE RACK. About, two miles. Master Maelgwyn. 10 sf. 5 !!).: \v.» kowa, J o.:;; Patron's Delight, 10.0: RytoJ, 9.13; Mos!eni. 9.11: Asparagus. 9.0: Artillery Girl. 9.3; Thunder'Girl, 9.2; Mawkwing. 9.0. STANLEY TRIALS. About, five and three-quarter furlongs. Weight l'or age and allowances). Night On, 8.11: Mazaris, 8.11; .De porte, 8.1 J: Asparagus, 8.1 1; Tostig. Bell, 8.6; Town Nugget, $.(..; Miss Point. 8.6: Worando, 8.0; Miss Ber nice 8.G; Hawkvving, 8.6: Robert de Diablo. S.6: Kallinta. 8.2: Intolerance. 8.2: Maaster Pandora. Doradilla, 7.13: Golden Rvile, 7.13: Queen of War, G.G. CLARE HANDICAP. About one and a quarter miles and fifty yards. Boontree, 9 st. 10 lb.: Azoic. 8.0: Baraeoon, 7.7: Wee Spec. 7.6; Wol towa. 7.2: Korea. G-12: Lord Ranfurly, G.10. | HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. About one mile. - Queenbrook, 9 st.: Lord Cooper. 8.8 Golden Rule, S.-'i: Target Mark. 7.10 Tostig Bell, 7.10: Tom Nugent. 7.7 Tin fly, 7.3: Lord...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918
SPORT3KG. (Notes by "Cimringa.") ivu excellent acceptance was received on Tuesday for the A.R.C. Foundation Meeting", and judging by the few horses that declined. their engagements owners are keenly alive to the paucity of racing- on this side. Once again it was demonstrated how popular are the minor Trial States,, incidentally show ing what a number of second-raters there are in this State. With 34 owners nodding: consent, the committee will, no | doubt/ he cogitating -whether they will j have- 'to split the event, and thus _ |makeweight races. For safety's salni it may be advisable to so act, but suck !an extended programme does not ;:p j peal' to racing men. generally. I In conversation with: Dobbin in the City on Tuesday he told me that his 'ideas,of training Rippling Avon intra steeplechaser had vanished, and-rar^er than risk losing another life he Mad returned her to her owner at Wc it worth. In return that gentleman had : iifc .lions' the English, horse Narcisse, \ ho had bee...