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OLD AGE [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

or.n OliI age as it coines in the orderly I process of nature, is a beautiful and ! niajeslic tiling. It stands for experi ) once, knowledge, wisdom, counscl. That is old age as it should be, but old age as it often is means poor diges tion, torpid bowels, a slugish liver and a general feeling of ill-health, despon dency and misery. This in almost every nstance is wholly unnecssary. One of Chamberlain's Tabules taken immediately after supper will improve the digestion, tone up the liveer and regulate the bowels. That feeling.of despondency will give way- to one of hope and good cheer. Obtainable evey where.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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A GAMBLE WITH SPIES' MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

A GAMBLE WIT JI SPIES' MONEY. i It. is interesting'to learn that some j £(i00,000 entrusted to a German Im 'periat Privy Oonueitlor for .payment of spies. 'iii'l other propagandists in Ame rica was lost by that uontlenian in speculation in New York anil Chicago.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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EVACUATION OF OALAND ISLANDS (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

EVACUATION OF ©ALAND ISLANDS (Reuter's Sprvir.fi). ? n LONDON, Sunday. JMul-er's correspondent at. Stock holm says that an agreement has been reached regarding the evacuation of the Onland Islands by Russian and Finnish troops. A Swedish force has gone to Oaland to mainla'in order.

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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 — 26 February 1918

- O ? j A THRILLING BUSH DRAM,4. 'THE FATAL KING"-'"A DESiPER- 1 ATE CHANCE." | CASINO TO-NIGHT. A picture that will . live {or *~ long while iji the memory o£ all patrons, to Casino to-night and to-morrow night is that entitled! "Sunlight's Last Raid," a thrilling story of out laws,,bandits, and flyinb Jjulifets, mad, perilous chases over mountain tracks, and a girl's race with death to faring destruction on a hand of notorious outlaws-just the sort of picture that you haven, t seen for a long while and will want to see again-played and produced by the famous Vita graph Company, and portrayed in j five most exciting acts. '-Sunlight's Last Kaid'' provides so many good things that it is hard eo describe it aa any one sort of picturo. It is a' Wild West show, \a circus, a sjtory c.f outlaws,- adventure,; and of senti ment, in addition to being a scienti fic masterpiece. But above oil it is a picture of horses. It is probable that, never .before nave animals taken euch a wonderful par...

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GABO ISLAND MINE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

GABO ISLAND MINE FIELD. A Sydney tolcgratu. states, that Cap tain W. II, Halley, inaster of the British steamer pincrald Wings, which has beeu trading between Port il'irie imd Newcastle fcjr. some ,timej -was proceeded against at the Central Summons Court on a charge of hav ing failed to obey the orders of the District Naval Officer. He was also charged with having endangered the safety of hie ship. For the prosecu tion, it wasl stated that defendant had disobeyed hia secret sailing in-: Btructions. The - offejicfej was commut ed off Oabo Island, -when defendant, by going out of the limit fixed, en dangered the vessel by crossing the mine field. On the first charge, de fendant wa3 fined £50 in 'default four months' imprisonment. The second charge was withdrawn. 1

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TRENCH COMFORTS' FAIR. TO BE OPENED ON WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

| TRENCH COMFORTS' FAIR. OPENED ON WEDNESDAY. The preparations for the big fair and saie of goods which arc to be held in . the. Town Hall on Wednesday and Thursday next are proceeding apacc, 'and'-Miss Olsen, the energetic secre tary, hopes to establish something like it record for local affairs of this description. The Railways Commissioner (Mr J. McGuire) has received a letter from his son (Pte. E. G. McGuire). who was at time of writing in a convalescent hospital in -France, recovering from a wound in the arm, received in October last in Flanders. Pte. McGuire thus re fers to the splendid work being done at, the front by the Australian Com forts Fund: "It is great the work Miev are doing for us here in France, both in the line and out. The boys can never say enough to thank the people of .Australia'" for keeping, that fund going. We can get socks, shirts, writing pa per, shaving materials,- soap and brushes, towels, cigarettes, and many .. other things that are most useful to - ...

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THE LYDEAMORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

THE LVDEABIORE FOND. Port Pirie JiiV-Saving ;unl . Swimming Club - (p?r. Mr .). P. Seiiars, secty.) . . tO 10 >0 Mr Pavny .......... . . 0 2 « J.lr ft. Bairns . 0 o ;0 Mr K. i Crysijd * ? Briififc < - - - - .... . . 0 5 0 Mr'sU.. M'jiiinc:'. -. 0 r> 0 "Mar-." Soionionlown . .. 0 ?> 0 Coiiueled l»y Mrs M. L. War.'vr.: Frio'nd, 2/: Sym pl.iiy. £i: Friend, 2/; Fiirmh 2/: jAnstralia. 10/(5; Friend, 270. Tultil it 19 0 C«>II"«l by Mr Mi-Awm-v fruni Smellers' employs: I!. Lewis and "A Friend." ;>/; L. Pelham ?' and . B. Maurice. :> ': W. Swuh! . land, Will SmiHi. S. Monl irniiicry. K. J. M«*Kv»»y. J. Flantiiiruu. B. Yuuiik, H."'Conway. J. Gray, C. Purler. .T, A. and 11. .Mcii.il, 2/(5: C. .1. Kerr. W. Brown, H.M. Matycha, F. Allan is. J. Rodders, ?].. Fainiiiko, J.R., R.R.R., L. Campbell..' "Skinny," C. Frank. G. Symonds, -1. Law. Tanno. J.A.P., Pad- , 11 y Fit?- M. Hazriei:, .Mil- -r Icr. Stranger. \V. lt«»a < 1 oii and .1. Hosikiiin, 2 / : I.X.L.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

Mow QN. WOW ON. "TWO PAIRS FOR THE PRICE OP ONE." Sec for Yourself. Bring- Fattier, Mother; in* fact,'bring- Hie Whole Family. We Can Fit You All at. Half Price. SEE OUR WINDOWS AND. BE WISE. Space will not allow us to enumeratethe Many Hundreds of Bargains,, but We Quote These as a Fair Sample 206 PAIRS of LADIES' HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, mostly size -i and 5, in Boots and Shoes. Not one pair usually sold under 25/ to 30/. You see them. OUR PRICE: 14/0. Not paper talk. £4000 WORTH GOING AT HALF PRICE. Our Huge and Complete Stock is Completely Hurt and Insulted at Uie Ruth less and Indiscriminate marking of tho "RED PENCIL." EVERY PAIR IN THE STORE REDUCED AND (.JOINT. AT HALF PRICE. GENTS, See Our Wonderful Offering at 11/9. "THE SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING FOR." "STMTE" THE LIVELY BOOTMAN. SAYS "SALE." HE .MEANS IT. 'IT'S SOME SALE. GET BUSY. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STOREY? A Visit Will be-Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISION. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

EXTRAORDINARY SENSATION. CASINO - To-night - CASINO POSITIVELY THE MOST THRILLING STORY.FILMED. PRODUCED ON THE BIGGEST RANCH IN AMERICA. HUNDREDS OF WILD HORSES. DARING HORSEMEN. SENSATIONAL BUCKJUMPING. ' DARE-DEVIL ADVENTURES. A MOST EXCITING STORY OF OUTLAWS. - LAST RAID IS -THE LIMIT OF THIULL AND* EXCITEMENT. 5 TREMENDOUS AND PULSATING ACTS. 5. i THE FATAL RING.-Series 12. A Desperate Chance. PROFS, DROPS and FLOPS.-A Thrilling 2000ft. Comedy. THE U.S.A. WAR TOPIC. THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. To-night : Casino : To-Night ©igstiioea,! 'Notice. Quality, Satisfaction, . A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every .one wants, especially when suffering frum Eye troubles. ,You get 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- . .' i i i i ".iliumTiTrUiiiira 1 BLIGHT Brothers i t Licensed Land Brokers - (Under Real Property Act, 188G), REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. § Money to L...

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K[?]SER AND CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

K VIPER AN!» CZAR. A rumor is; cunvni. in Gnp'-uliajren that th'1 Kaiser has found a w.\y of communicating' wil.ii the ex-Czar in his Siberian retreat. It would not lie al together unexpected if the kaleido scope of events should turn in the direction of an attempt to restore tlie. Emperor. This is the belief in certain circles usually well informed.

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MODERN POULTRY BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

MODERN POULTRY BREEDING. i'oultrv breeding in this State is viewed by many at" a risky undertak inir, remarks Mr. 1). F. Lawrie, thi Government' Poultry Expert, In annual report. This opinion ,.?? 'to the fact that many year.-; i?go there were many failures due to the inexperience and to the lack oi - ate information as to tho besT. m-t i o;ls to adopt," and a'so to tho irs and narrow limits dt local i:\a-i\i ets. Barely 10 yeurs ago there wcrt s/.'li-constituted authorities who main tained that housing was an unimpor tant point. The gentval it!"as on incubation and tho care oi large num bers of chickens, ducklings, &<... were crude. It. is now recognised by ex perienced breeders that proper hous ing is essential, and for brooding t;;.; chicUcnsj Very perfect accommodation i:3 ne^ed, and that ipr growing stock there must be plenty of room. and secure, isaisitary housing. One has to advise for varying conditions such as are found on farms, and, in jother than ideal...

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RUSSIA WILL ACCEPT. (Wireless Press.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

RUSSIA WILL ACCEPT. (Wireless Press.) LOXDGN. Sunday. A-wireless Russian official message .states: Lenin and Trotsky have sent a message to Berlin of the Russians' acceptance of the Germans' peace eon (jiiions. and statins that they are send ing a delegation to Brest Litovsk.

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DANGEROUS HATPINS. CAMPAIGN IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

DANGEROUS HATPINS. CAMPAIGN" IX ADELAIDE:. ADELAIDE, Monday. Tiit! .Vieaide City Council is renew ing its campaign against- unprotected hatpins. Complaints were made at a iin"<;{ing to-day that, the nuisance was still persistent ami dangerous, and marc vigilance should bo excrci.sed %vilit a view ! o prosecutions. It is un derlined that some proseeuiions ari» pendin.-. Some sn.^vstious have mad;' iliat there should ho a State campaign. but rural fashions are pro hably no! so challentrin:-' io flu; law. and moreover they don't laK" much fo crowded tram ears. fiuin,^ home af ter 0 o'clock to the popular Adelaide suburbs involves an experience tanta mount almost- to a bayonet charge.

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GERMANY'S TERMS. LENIN URGES ACCEPTANCE. (Published in The Times). PETROGRAD, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

GERMANY'S TERMS. LENIN URGES ACCEPTANCE. (Pubishpfi in The Timps). PETROGRAD, Sunday. M. I.enin urges the acceptance of Germany's terms, stating that the.re-, treniinar and demoralised army refuses to Iliilit.. He declines to remain in a Government relying on mere phrases. , The Commissaries have suppressed the anti-Soviet newspapers, ordering the managers to continue to pay the \vasws of the staffs. Wild panic has seized the seventh and eleventh armies, which are re treating in disorder. Zmnovieff states that hrmfdfuls of Germans are seiz ing yreal cities. Sixty men took Dvinsk '..?without lighting-. Trotsky, interview ed. said: We have no. army. Mobs of soldiers have been in a state of rebel lion for three months. Crowds con tinued'}<> live in the trenches, hut waited fur the first .means of escape.

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SUPREME GENERALISSIMO? A FRENCH OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

SUPREME GENERALISSIMO FRENCH OPINION. ? fn the Excelsior, M. Levery, the de [puty who interpellated the Govern jtnent on the question, deals with the iquestion as follows: "At present all the serious questions of a military nature which form the subject of our discussions are neces sarily inadequately set forth in view '?f (lie, interposition of Government bo dies. -'The amalgamation of effectives. Itlic. extension of front, etc., are sn 'many problems which should only bo settled by a single military authority, as is done by our enemy. Everything depends on the personality entrusted with this initiative, and upon whom this heavy responsibility should fall. "Evidently the selection is a delicate one. because there are many suscepti bilities to consider: but. in view of the common peril, all idea of 'armour propre' or of being slighted should .be -=et aside. My opinion is that, an agree ment can be come to between the Al lies. After the successes of the Marne. the Yser. the Aisne. an...

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A TIME SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

A TIME SAVER. Koep Chamberlain's Pan in Balm on hand. It Is an antiseptic liniment and :nuses wounds to1 'heal in less time than by any other treatment. For sale everywhere.

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The War. The Western Front A FRENCH DASH. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

The Western Front A FRENCH DASH. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday A French communique reports fairly great artillery firing in the regions of Vauxaillon, .Chavignon and= Butte du. iTesmil, and on the left of the Meuse ?Our detachments in Upper Alsace val iantly penetrated Pontdasegaoh and the region northwest 0f Aspache'.ebac, ttfefitroydcl' German a-gp.'n'isat^.otis,! set fii'e to dugouts, inflicted; losses on the fcnemy, and brought back prisoners.

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THE ITALIAN RETREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

THE ITALIAN RETREAT. When the inner history of the re cent Italian retreat comes to be fully known (.says an English paper), there are reasons do believe the public will see 'the work of a spy system more in tricate than any yet exposed. Taking advantage of the fact that women are employed by the Italians to carry tools, rope, food, and "other necessities up the steep mountain paths to the sol diers defending' the summits, the Ger mans sent their own female camp fol lowers among them, many disguised as nuns. Every kind of information was in this way obtained and prompt ly communicated to the enemy.

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GUERILLA WARFARE FAVORED. (Reuter's Service.) PETROGRAD, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

GUERILLA WARFARE FAVORED. (Renter's Servicc.) PETROORAI). Sunday. The Bolshevik 'Ncwsageney declares that lilt: appeal by iho- Council of Com missaries cabled on Friday caused an outburst of enthusiasm. The enrol ment of large numbers of volunteers has begun. No fewer than 50,000 will be under arms in a few days, besides soldiers who desire Io fight. Special Socialist regiments are forming from Esthonian, Lettish and Mussulra re giments in Petrograd. 1 The Times" correspondent at- Petro grad. telegraphing, on Saturday, says that many non-Bolshevik Socialists are in favor of guerilla warfare. believing. that the Centralites' proletariat, may ye.i arise. The Commissaries, however, plead that they must, like defeated strikers, accept the enemy's terms and rescue the country and the revolution from ruin and exhaustion, ascribing the plight to the criminality of Czars and militarists. The Commissaries are issuing a pan demonium of decrees, proclamations and exhortations, first stating th...

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Chaos in Russia A GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918

r Chaos iii Russia GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Pressj. LONDON, Sunday. A German official report states We advanced by forced marches to Esthonia. The enemy is resisting at aturio points. We are approaching "Reval. We priaonered 1000 and libera ted 600 Austro-GOj nans at Wall. 'We captured Ostrov. We prisonered 1000 at Balsijovt, land occupied Barrvssov and Lingsingans. Our troops have entered Tskorost.

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