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CANADA. TROOP TRAIN ATTACKED: MONTREAL. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918
CANADA. TROOP TMAIN ATTACKED: MONTREAL. S.-ilunlay. French newspapers announce I Ism I. Pip Wilfred- Lnuri'T will ;vcc"nip:iny the Prime .Minister Sir Hubert Bur den) to London to attend the'(mj"-riaI Conference in March. OTTAWA, Saturday. The newspapers publish a statement regarding an alleged attack against, a train carrying- soldiers through Quebec. Rifle bullets struck a car. The missiles broke window^, but no one was hurt. The Federal Government is' assisting returned soldier farmers with grants of half a million dollars.
LONDON ON RATIONS. ROYALTY RECEIVES FOOD CARDS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918
LONDON ON RATIONS. ROYALTY RECEIVES FOOD CARDS. (Published in Tti~ Times). . LONDON, Saturday. : The result of the groat experiment of rationing London's Jen millions'-&lt;of people on February 25 i.s awaited anx^ iously. Lord Rhondda. theFood Con troller, states, that there are plentiful supplies of meat.,and margarine, lie expects the queues to ^ disappear. Emergency tickets are being given to those who did not receive cards. Long [queues await these, at the suburban I food offices There were enormous 'iueues throughout the day at butchers' and grocers' shops eridi-avoring to in crease tin' household stocks in pre paration. Twelve. .thousand assembled at a s'ngb1 shufi. and (>000 at others. Food hunters collected af 1 o'clock in the. morning at Smilhtie'id. the &lt;!"o.ue extending roimd the markets when they opened at 5 o'clock. Thr-ir Majesties /and ail members of their O.mrt m-eived . food .cards from the. Westminster Controll'-r. An amusing coincidence is th...
THE LYDEAMORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918
THE LYDEAMORE FUND. Port Pirie life-Saving ' and Swimming- Club (per Mr J. P. Seliars. secty.) ..£0 10 G Mr Pavey 0 2 C, Mr D. Bairns ........ 0 5 0 Mr ,E. O'Ca llaghan (Irys Brook) . . . . .... . . 0 r> 0 Mrs R. Detlmer 0 "> 0 "Mary," .Solotfiontown .... 0 ii 0 Collected by Mrs M. 1,. t Warren: Friend. 2/: Sym plhy. £ i; Friend, 2/: . Friend, 2/; Australia, iO/C,; 'Friend, 2/G. Total ill 10 0 Collected by Mr MeAvaney from Smelters' employes: U. I.i'wis and "A. Friend." :">/: L. Pelliam and B. Monkos, 3/: W. Swept- ' land. Wai Smith, 5.'Mont gomery. E. J. McEvoy, .1. J'iannigan. B. Young. .1. H. Conway, J. Cray, C. Porter. J, A. and II. Mendt, 2/0; C. J. Kerr, W. Brown. 1I.M. Malyeha. F. Adams. J. Rodgers, Faimako, .I.B.. R.U.H., L. Campbell. "Skinny." c. Frank, C. Symondp, .1. Law, Tanno, .I.A.P., Pad dy Fitz. M. Ilazrick, Mil l«»r. Stranger, W, Rea-. dun and .T. Hoiking, 2/: I.X.L., Australian and II.B. 1/6; T. Teba, F. Ed wards. - Johnstone, A. .Gallagher. F. Bassani, .1...
INTERNAL GERMANY. (Published in The Times). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918
INTERNAL GERMANY. (Published in . The Times}. Berlin newspapers, under oimi'iiKms hPiniinffs. record the refusal of the Constitutional Reform noiiiiniJlo- - accept the Government's scheme for an equal direct secret ballot in Prussia. The fury of the. papers is unbounded. They talk of a day of universal mourn in??. anil "fear the people, will rise against llie tyrants." The Berliner Volks Zeitunir emphasises, the disas trous impression that tiie decision will produce in the trenches.
Reinforcements STATEMENT BY MR HUGHES. INCREASED SEPARATION ALLOWANCE. THE GOVERNMENT'S INTENTIONS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
STATEMENT BY MR HUGHES. INCREASED SEPARATION ALLOW ANCE. i THE GOVERNMENT'S INTENTIONS. SYDNEY, Monday. The Sydney Empire .Leag'u-e enter tained Mr Hughes (Prime Minister) at iuneheon to-day. Mr Hughes said: "Subject to the. limitation which the people of Australia recently imposed, Australia must- do her duty. The Gov ernment-' will appoint'a Hi till Court jU'.iKc-as an impartial tribunal to deter mine the number of reeruits necessary to maintain the divisions at full strength. 'The Government will in crease-the separation allowance in ih« ease uf married men by 1-;! per centum. The deferred pay .after 12 months will bear interest at -ii per cent, or (he current rate for War riav jiks i>ri.ilic.iites. whichever is the greater. Cards Will he sent to all men between 1!) and years of age ask-, in.if whether they are prepared to en list if drawn in a ballot, provided thai so many wihers in the same district submit, their names to the ballot to make up the quota for any month. Many e...
BLOOD FOR MR. X. CROWDS COME TO BE BLED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
BLOOD FOR MR. CROWDS .COllE TO BE BLED. Would any healthy men living m London, willing to lielp n> patient .suffering from severe anaemia, f>y gf? ing so me blood, communicate with Mr. X-, , ?. The process hurt3 ri^ more than a prii *k of the linger ; the amount taken will not cause discomicrt- or any ill-effect. A gift of five guineas is offered for each i transfusion. I The above advertisement appeared in a recent issue of a London pnper, he&lt; address' "being that of a fashion able niirsincr home in the Harley-st quarter. Inqui»_iin st^w' :that the case of Mr. X has some extraordin ary featusea. All sorts oi queer people .called at the nursing home to offer their blood. The visitors were shown into a small room for a first interview with the patient and his wife. Mr. X., who was seated in "a chair, proved to bs. a man about middle age, Seeimngly delicate, but not ill. He told the ap plicants a singular story. For some years past, he said, he bad been kept alive onl...
SIXTH WAR LOAN. AUSTRALIA PROSPEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
SIXTH WAR LOAN. AUSTRALIA PROSPEROUS. The sixth Australian War Loan was launched last week. Applications for bonds close.on April. 10, and a vigor ous publicity campaign is being under taken to stimulate the sale of bonds. Tlie Governor of the Commonwealth Bank made the following*4 statement with reference to the loan: "The sixth Commonwealth War Loan is now before the public of Aus tralia, and it is hoped that all classes of the community will give the mailer their serious consideration and sub scribe to the loan to the full extent their individual circumstances will per mit. "Every opportunity -'has been givr-n and to meet the requirements of all , classes the loan is on this occasion is sued in an alternative form-either H I per cent, free of Commonwealth and State income tax. or 5 per cent, subject 1o Commonwealth taxation, but free of Slate income tax. "This means tiiat every subscriber will have the option of taking a, share of (lie loan on terms most suitable to his &...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
IN MEiViORIAlV?. TURNER.-In loving memory- of our ? Ji*:ir husband and father, Frederick, who died on February 2G, 191(5. Siienily, peacefully, angels have borne him Into the beautifu mansion above. Where he is waiting and watching- for loved ones When the call conies to join him above. Inserted by his loving wife and family, King street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
W. F. WELLS a CO., Clothing and Bool Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Oar Selection of Men's Suita for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, aR Tailor-Made, cannot be beatca ia the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri,&lt;«. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. % Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Line9. These were bougkt many months ago to arrive, and are at the precent time much be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIRIE. IF YOU liave a WATCH and its a Deceiver, bring it to us. We will take the deceit out of it. ^ All Work faithfully and well done, § and Guaranteed. - - W.L.PALMER&Co. WATCHMAKERS, &c., Alexander Street (opposite 8 Blight- Bros.) S S. O. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. SALE NOW ON. T.,-idies' Washing and Ready - to.- Wear lf.tts, o/JI t...
THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1918. WHEAT STACK WORKER INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
1 Published Daily. - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, l:>18. WHEAT STACK WORKER INJURED. , John Ward, a workman on the wheat stacks at Soloinontown, sustained in juries through being' knocked down by a truck yesterday. Mr Ward suitors from deafness, and he did not hear the truck approaching him. He was not run over, but he received injuries . about the head, arms and body. Af- . ter being treated by Dr. Goode, lie was j taken in a brake-van to' the goods j sheds, and from there he was removed j in the ambulance to the Hospital.
JAPANESE INTENTIONS. AMBASSADOR LEAVES PETROGRAD. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
JAPANESE INTENTIONS. AMBASSADOR LEAVES PETRO GRAD. . . (Router's Service). LOXDOX, Sunday Renter's corerspondeni ai iokio says thai it is officially announced that the Japane.se Ambassador and staff left Petrograd yesterday. The Foreign Minister, speaking in the Japanese Diet, said that should a Russo-fierman peace be actually concluded, it jroes without .saying- that Japan, will take steps, most decided and most adequate, to meet (tie occasion. The. wifhdrwai of the Ambassador was due to the unsettled and danger ous .conditions prevailing in Petroprrad. It does not ine.-in a rupture. Regarding [ the question s»f Russia's separate [peace, the fullest understanding ox ! ists with Britain and America and the i other Allies. Tho Osaka newspapers, . Mainchi ami Shimhun. state that the Allies' diplomatic mission will soon leave Petrograd.
WASHING MACHINE FOR THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
WASHING MACHINE F01V Till - HOSPITAL. For some time the Board of Man agement of ilie Port Pirie Hospital 1ms been urging Hio Government l>> instal mure 11p-1b"* appliances at the in stitution !o deal with (lie .laundry work, the present facilities being" obsolete ] and inadequate !o deal with ihe amount of washing and ironing required. In this the Hoard lias hail the support of the members for the district, (the lion. II. Jackson and Mr \V. J. G. Cole, M.I'.) At a meeting of the Board on Thursday night a letter was received from Mr Cole stating that he had been inform ed by the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. .1. G. Bice) that a second hand washing machine had been secur ed in Sydney, and would be installed in the laundry in - five or six weeks' time.
MARTIAL LAW IN PETROGRAD. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
MARTIAL LAW IN PETROGRAD. (Reuter's Service).^ LONDON, Sunday. Router's correspondent at Petro grad states that the General Staff has issued a proclamation declaring mar tial law in the city and announcing that all thieves, revolutionary agitators, German spies" and others rising against the Government will be shot: also that 'persons will be convicted for conceal ing provisions or disobeying the order, to report to the General Staff all pro visions in the city for purchase at a -fixed pricc. It is further ordered that every unauthorised possessor of ex plosives must hand them over to the local Soviet'for the army. The penalty is outlawry. The newspapers must verify news regarding the Government or news from the war theatre. The penalty is suppression of the news papers and the arrest of the staff.