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S.A.J.C. RACES. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

S.A.J.C. RACES. ADELAIDE, :;umt Tho S.A..I.C. meeting Svas held at MorpheUvilh; yvaUnxl:iy. with I in- foi .<>wmu results:-. WKi/TEK 1IAXJ MCAI*. 1 UiK- .Miie. ^i.SLAiUK. 11 .:>. .... I ' Ulzh Tension, 8.2 . Jiis.setl, .. 2 ... iiuji', a A i i""ii; a ' "I'tn.To were nir.r- uf her shii'l,Won -or ienjrth.s, with ihreo-iiuarters of a len^ih between wcm-oikI and-third.' ! l ill!:', 1. t Z% . i Div;d>-id>. £ i /. t / and £3/ t'S >. ! . iLWL'I(:.\P HL'K'JLG ftACK. i wo iiii ;rad a-J yards. COMMON Kl.N'ii, 10.10 ' Mi'mn i <.>) L ! Mooenbur, 5'.! i (Hale) . . . . 2 Xelherion, Iit.0 (MeCormish). ;J Tln-re wetv nine other starters. Won by three-quarters of a length, lour lengths separating second and Jhini. Tiuif 5 5. Dividends, i'~ / (/ A"1/('»/. SOMEHTON HAMUGAP. One and a quarter miles. LOUD LEXHUK, X.3 (Kiely) . 1 Kong-oron^, 8.5 <"Neale) .... 2 t.'iipinu, Ci.) I (Thomas) ... :i Twelve- others started. Won by a length und a half, will) li...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

'TV' -NOW Ofll. NOW ON, "TVVU PAIRS FOR THB PRICK OF ONE;" '.Si» for- Yourself- Brin,? Pitther, Mother; in fat: I. bring ,Uw .Whole Family. We Can Fit You AH at Hal!" Price. SEE- OUR WINDOWS .AND BP, WISE. Space "will not allow us to enumeratclhe Many Hundreds of Bargains, but We (Quote These as a Fair Sample 206 PAIRS of LADIES' HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, inostiy size 4 and 5, in Boots an'd Siioea. Not one-pair usually sold under 25/ to 80/. You see tlicm. OUR PRICE; li/9. Not-paper talk. &SCOO WORTH GOING AT HALF PRSCE. Our Huge and Complete Stock is Completely Hurt and Insulted at tho Ruth less and Indiscriminate marking of the "RED"- PENCIL." EVERY PAIR IN THE STORE REDUCED AND GOING AT HALF PRICE. GENTS, See Our Wonderful Offering ai i 5/0. "THE SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING FOR." . STAITE,'* THE LIVELY" BOOT-MAN, SAYS "SALE." HE MEANS IT. IT'S SOME SALE. GET BUSY. HAVE YOU'SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE?? A Visit Will be Appreciated, BARGAINS IN OUR -.'-SHOWROOM DIVISION. BAR...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

RETURN THANKS. Mr and Mrs GEO. JOHNSON and FAMILY, of Port Pirie West, desire to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of their dear son and brother, Arthur, especially Rev Caust, Sister Mary. Mrs Grieves. Mrs R. Brown, Mrs J. Brown. Mrs Milnes. Mrs McEwen, Mrs Yeatinan and Mr J. C. Jordan. IN MEMORIAM. MAYNARD.-In loving memory of our darling baby, Francis (Frank) Clifford, who died February 25, 1917, aged 14 months. Anotlier little lamb has gone To dwell with Him who gave; Another little darling babe Is sheltered' in the grave. God needed one more angel child Amidst his shining band. And so He bent, with loving smile, And clasped our darling's hand. -Inserted by his loving lather and mother, S. N. and A. Maynard. ' DEATH. JOHNSON-On the 17th February. Arthur Henry Johnson, third son of Mr and Mrs Geo. Johnson, of-Port Pirie West,, through drowning, aged 26 years and nine months. At r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

EXTRAORDINARY SENSATION. CASINO - To-night ? CASINO POSITIVELY Till-: MOST THRILLING STORY FILMED PBODUCED ON THE BIGGEST RANCH IN AMERICA. HUNDREDS OF WILD HORSES. DARING HORSEMEN. DARE-DEVIL ADVENTURES. SENSATIONAL BUCKJUMPING. A MOST EXCITING STORY OF OUTLAWS. SUNLIGHT'S LAST RAID IS THE LIMIT OF THRILL AND EXCITEMENT. :» ' TREMENDOUS AND PULSATING ACTS. r>. THE FATAL RING.-Serie3 12, A'Despcrate Chanco. PROPS, DROPS and FLOPS.-A Thrilling 2000ft. Comedy. THE U.S.A. WAR TOPIC. THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. To-Night : : Casino : : To-Nlght Ojprfcioe&l J$&ot±C2& Quality, Satisfaction, A low Price, fiood Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You set them all at BENSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary- , _ . '.Manager, G.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician. By the best Manufacturers from England and America. CASH OR EASY EXTENDED TERMS. Msisic- Music- Music CALL in TO-DAY and ...

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"Sunlight's Last Raid." A THRILLING BUSH DRAMA. "THE FATAL RING"—"A DESPERATE CHANCE." CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

A THRILLING ^BUSH DRAM,*. Ill-: FATAL KING''-"A DESPEB ATE CHANCE." CASINO TO-NIGHT. I A picture that will live for <" long while in the memory ot all patrons .to Casino to-night and to-morrow night is that entitled! "Sunlight's Last .Raid," a thrilling story of out laws,, bandits, ami Jlyinb |)u]lf;ts. mad, perilous chases over mountain tracks, and a girl's race with death to bring destruction on a ban.I of notorious outlaws-just the sort of picture that you haven.t seen for a long while and will want to sea again-played and produced by the famous Vita graph Company, aud port-aye-'l in live most exciting acts. ''Sunlight's Last Raid'' provides so many good things that it is hard co describe it as any one aort of picture. It is u< Mild West show, ?a circus, a sfcory (J out.Iav.-s,- adventure, and of s. n j ment, in addition to being a scienti fic masterpiece, But above' all it is .a picture of horses. It 'is probable that nover .before navo animals' taken such-...

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ENEMY RAID HILL 70. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

ENEMY RAID HILL 70. (Reuter's Service"). LONDON, Saturday. Field-Marshal Sir Douglas TIaig- re ports: We repulsed, with enemy losses, an attempted raid on Hill 70. We drove off raiders northwards of Poelcapelle. -Our patrols took prisoners on different tarts of the front. The. hostile artillery is aetive be twi-fji fiouzeaucourt and the Scarpe! VaM'.-y. at a number of points between : "Lens und Armentieres and north-east fof Ypros. - .Owing- to bad weather, only a few >tir iliyhts have been possible.

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LOW TEMPERATURE IN ADELAIDE. RECORD FOR 62 YEARS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

I I LOW TEMPERATURE IN ADELAIDE. RECORD FOR C2 YEARS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. The minimum temperature at Ade laide on Saturday was 45.5 dca-rees at o a.m. This was the lowest reading for <»2 years. T!ie previous lowest was 4<}.?'» in February, 11)05.

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A SCOTTISH RAID. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

SCOTTISH RAID. (Reuters Service). LONDON. Saturday. Kleld-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig re ports: Scottish, troops successfully raided last night at Monchy le Preux. there wis hostile artillerying' in the sieijrhborhood of the Menin road and southward of the Houthulst Forest.

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BAGGED AT THE RACES. ADELAIDE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

BAGGED AT THE RACES. ADELAIDE. Sunday. 1 The detectives continue tu aret their hairs .if, the races. Five men were ar rested at MorphettYille on Saturday, afternoon for alleged infringements of Hie law, and will appear at Hie Police i Court on Monday morning.

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V.A.T.C. RACES. MELBOURNE; Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

V.A.T.C. RACES. MELBOURNE; Sunday. i The V.A.T.C. meeting- was held at Caidfield yesterday. Results: ST. GLAIR TRIALS. One m^e and a furlong. SHADOWLAND, 8.0 (Denip sey) .. i Beltane, 7.11 i Bracken) ... 2 Ainadis, U.O (Wood) :t Won by a length. Betting: '*> to i a;j-st. the winner. ALMA STAKES. Six furlongs. RED FOX, 8.'i (Wood) .... i Mouiinet, 7.2 'Dcrnpsey) . . 2 Eusebius, S.10 (Harrison) .. 3" Won by a length. Betting-: 4 to i the winner. WOODCLIFFE HANDICAP. . One mile and 3 furlongs. TWO BLUES. 8.2 (Bracken) . i. Blackwood. 7.8 (Bullock) .. 2 Eseomb, 8.2 (Dempsey) ... 3 Won by a neck . Bettinjr: 2 to 1 the winner. FUTURITY STAKES. S'<ven furlongs. WEI h IK, o.o' Cairns) .... 1 Ji.-sert (Jttid (inc. 151b. pen.). 0.13 .McLnehlan) .. .. .. 2 Pa nacre inc. !01b. pen.). 9.1 i ikivics) .... . . 3 Tltfr.; \v«r« nine other starters. W.-dg<; L)-.'Sfrt Gold at the half tlisianee. :V:id .won by half a. neck. Time, 1.27. Bel Iimr: 7 to 2 Wedge. STANLEY S T E E PL...

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HEAVY ARTILLERYING ON FRENOH FRONT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

HEAVY ARTIL.LERYING ON FRENOH FRONT. (Reulcr's Servicc). LONDON, Saturday. A'French communique reports fair ly lively artillery duels 011 the whole front, especially in the regions of the forest of Pinon, Cnevrcu.x, California, . Hutt-c. du Mesnil , llarlsruannsweller and Ladoller. There were 110 infantry actions.

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The War. The Western Front AN ENEMY RAID. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

The Western Front AN ENEMY RAID. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. Field Mar all al Haig reptorts : A large enemy party raided two of our posts! in the neighborhood of the Ypres.Roulors railway. A -few of our men are" massing- The Belgian^ repulsed an attempted raid in the Mercken sector.

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BELGIANS REPULSE ENEMY. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

BELGIANS REPUL8E ENEMY. LONDON, Saturday. A Belgian communique reports: After a violent bombardment, enemy .detachments "allocked our advanced yoste in the regibn of Kloosterolen, ."but the attackers failed to reach our Snes.

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EXTENSIVE BRITISH AIR RAIDS. ENEMY ARTILLERY ACTIVE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

EXTENSIVE BRITISH ,<ilR RAIDS. ENEMY ARTILLERY ACTIVE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, in a later report-, states: Hostile artillery1 is active in the neighborhood Qf Arras, on the Cambrai road, and at Labasse and Ypres. Our aeroplanes yesterday dropped 300 bombs? on enemy billets, also rail sidings at Courtrai, Ledeghcm and Doual. We brought down seven, and drove down two hostile machines. Three of ours are missing. Six hundred and seventy-eight bombs were dropped yesterday night -300 on an aerodrome south-eastward of Lecatenu, 'which is used by the enemy's night iliers. Nineteen direct hits were made on hangars, and the remainder on the aerodromes at Ghent and Tournai. One of ours has not re turned.

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COST OF LIVING. INCREASES IN JANUARY. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

COST OF LIVING. INCREASES IN JANUARY. MELBOURNE, Sunday. I Enquiries made by the Federal Sta tistician for January show that there ! was an increase in the cost of living | during that month as follows: Tas mania, 8.1 per cent.: Queensland, 7.5 per ccnt.; New South Wales. 3.7 per cent.: Victoria, 2.9 per cent.; South Australia, 2.6 per cent.; and Western Australia, 0.4 per cent: -: o -'

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WILLS OF THE WEEK. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

WILLS OF THE WEEK. ADELAIDE, Sunday. In the latest, wills of the week are those of George II. Mitchell, of Hind marsh, £23,000; William A. Pickering and Melvin J. Pilgrim, both of Port Pirie, £460 and £250 respectively; also in Letters of Administration, Ives E. T. Roper, of Port Pre, £700, and Margaret Cain Car, of Crystal Brook, £425. ;

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BRITISH LABOR AND THE WAR. STATEMENT BY MR. HENDERSON. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

I BRITISH l-ABOR AND THE WAR. I STATKUKNT 11Y }IFj. I{K^DK}{rrO.N. .(Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. : Mr Arthur 'Henderson, addr«3sjn.S' the Inter-Allied Conference, said that by adopting the British Labor Party's {aims the conference had declared for i the establishment of a league of na S lions for disannarnent and the preven tion of future-warfare, for the absoo jlute freedom of Belgium, Serbia, Ru \ mania: and Montenegro, and for terri torial. changes based on justice. These were labor's irreducible terms. When they -were secured Labor desir ed to enter into .the fullest interna tional intercourse. We repudiate any and every attempt to institute an eco nomic boycott or the economic isola tion of Germany. We aim at a peoples' p#ace; but the peoples themselves Hiusii be the guarantors. We are con vinced jf.hap flic conflict can be termin ated only by the absolute predomin ance pf .militarism, jejjiaustion of all the belligerents, or coijsifltaiipn. Soon er or Ja^r all ...

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THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

THE SALVATION ARMY. Yesterday the Harvest. Festival ga therings of the PorL Pirie Salvation Army Corps were held, and were a de cided success. The attendance at each service was most gratifying. The collections totalled well over £10 for the day. . The Band, Songsters and Young People were Well to the front willi musical contributions. The play ing- of the Band of special harvest ren derings was favorably commented up on. Bandmaster Cooper had his men well in hand. Their march at night up Alexander street to the llall was in spiring as they rolled out the sonorous notes of "The Soldier." a production of Mr W. H. Gore, of Melbourne. The, decorations inside the Hall were ex ceedingly pretty and chaste. This is to the credit of Mr 0. Marsjimd and help ers. Adjutant Seaman has decided to allow all decorations . to remain over next, week-end. Too much labor'has been expended to pull them down af ter one week-end series of meetings. The platform is adorned with wheat, oats, etc., represen...

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AN ENEMY CONFERENCE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

AN ENEMY CONFERENCE. Published in The Times). LONDON, Sund Tlie Times correspondent, at Amster dam says lhat the Austrian and Ger man Emperors and commanders are conferring at- headquarters.

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COALITION POLICY SPEECH. STRATIIALBYN ON WEDNESDAY. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

COALITION POLICY SPEECH. STRATIIALBYN ON WEDNESDAY. ADELAIDE, Sunday. The Premier will deliver the Coali tion policy speech at Strathfilbyri on Wednesday. He stated on Saturday that it would be a war-time speech, but- in view of the recent political de velopments it is being awaited with- pe culiar interest.

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