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JAPANESE AND SIBERIA. (Reuter's Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

JAPANESE AND -S?BERiA. (Reuter's-.Service). j A message from llarliin slates that the Japanese intend to take action in Siberia. The Cossack general, -SemenofT, ap peals for aid? ajrainst- the Bolsheviks. Two thousand Germans are driling: at Irkutsh.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN AERIAL LOSSES. (Published in The Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

GERMAN AERIAL LOSSES. (Published in The Times.) ( Til.' Times .correspondent at Paris s:ty.-5 that- the Germans ost 13$ aero planes in January, of 'which the British brcmjrlit down 90.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1918. THE PORT PIRIE MAGISTRACY. FAREWELL TO MR. SABINE, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

THE Published Daily. ( WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1918. THE PORT PIRIE MAGISTRACY. FAREWELL TO MR. SABINE, S.M. My E. M. Sabine, S.M., who has been promoted to the magistracy ol the Adelaide Police Court, was Lendered a farewell at the Courthouse yesterday afternoon by the honorary judiciary oi purl Piric. -V number of apologies for absence were received. The Mayor (Mr A. B- Forgan) said ue thought it\ was a most remarkable tiling when they looked hack and saw that Mr Mitchell, an ex-S.M. of Port Pirie, had now readied almost the top of the tree, Mr Webb had also gone up, and now Mr Sabine had been pro moted. The loss, of course, was Port Pine's. To him it appeared that Port Pirio was undoubtedly getting the best men. 'Hear, hear.) The unfortunate part about it was that the authorities would not leave them here. He sup posed -Mr Sabine was pleased I o get away because it meant promotion, al though he. remembered Mr Sabine tell ing him thai ho was satisfied with Port Pirie, which had be...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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TO SURROUND THE RED GUARDS. (Published in The Times) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

TO SURROUND THE RED GUARDS. (Published in The Times > The Times correspondent at Stock holm s;tys that the. Germans are trans porting troops to South Finland in or der t<> surround the Red Guards. The Swodish Government has introduced a Bili authorising the despatch of Swe dish forces.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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MR SCOTT TO FILL THE VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

MR SCOTT TO FILL THE VACANCY. The news that Mr D. C. Scott. S.M., of Mount Gambier, is to iil! the vacan cy .creator! by the departure of Mr Sa bine will be received with much* gra tification by old residents, as .Mr Scott practised here for several years, dur ing which time he made many friends and gained a high reputation as an ex ponent of the law. As the Mayor re marked yesterday, Port Pirie has had a succession of good magistrates, so good that one after another of Hieni has been selected to fill higher posi tions in the city, and now we are los ing another gentleman who has wor thily upheld the best traditions of the local magistracy to gain in Mr Scott one to whom we may confidently hope for similar happy results.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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WHAT THE BOLSHEVIKS WANT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

WHAT THE BOLSHEVIKS WANT. It io becoming evident iiiat. Lenin's policy is to accept the most humilia^ lin.tr forms imaginahie, in order to at any.fust. prevent lite Germans march ing to Petrograd and overthrowing Bolshevik rule. Some telegrams from Pei!*(i;jr.'«I speak of (he Bolsheviks ooi~ ieeang forces to' resist Hie invaders, l»ul this is mere eamoull.'ige. If forces ?are assembling il is only to carry nut the behests of the. Bolsheviks, who care only for upholding (lie revolution and nothing- for the .country.

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THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

HE NEWMARKET HANDICAP. o FINAL ACCEPTANCES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Following' are the final acceptance? for the Newmarket Handicap: Wedge. Whitefield, Panac-re, Celigne, Poitrina. Aleconner, King's Bounty, Mistico, Que Sera, Headwind, Rcmmon, Pah King, Delinac.re, Pinker ton, Pistolaire, Blue. Bolt, Edringlon, Anianus, Hoprig, Per do, Petracia, Lord Marco,. Bourlang, Amadis, Aislabie, Belgium Waif, Yoor ala, Good Day, Silver Lake, Blue Cross,. Lord Lcnhufc, Uska.

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DELEGATES TO BREST LITOVSK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

DELEGATES TO BREST LSTOVSK. Router's correspondent al Amster dam states that a message from Berlin reports that Count von Hertling- in formed the Reichstag that delegates had gone to Brest Litovsk. although a dis pute about- details of the possible con clusion of peace must ensue very shortly. A ielegrain from Vienna states that Auslro-ilunjrarian delegates have gone to Brest Litovsk..

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THE BULLDOG BREED. SEAMEN'S SPLENDID SALVAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

THE BULLDOG BREED. o SEAMEN'S SPLENDID SALVAGE. A story of.the courage and resource fulness of British merchantmen was related in a London court during the hearing of a case concerning the sal vage of the. sailing ship Ainsdale. The vessel, loaded with grain, was torpe doed off the British coast 12 months a«o during a gale on a rough night, the crew lining given five minutes to leave/ Tl)° men worn subsequently rescued. The Ainsdale was supposed to have sunk, hut the Glasgow steamer Basuto sighted her six days later rolling and drift mo- lo leeward. Despite the likeli hood of her being a submarine decoy, John Macdonald, chief officer, and a ' "w o<" pi ah I,, hoarded the Ainsdale. The only living things on her were a ..at. a. parrot, and a monkey. The steer ing wheel had been shot away, and the compass was broken. A strong wind and heavy sea pre cluded towing, so Macdonald and his eight men decided to navigate the ves sel. They rigged a ury wheel, and reached a Scotch por...

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SPORTING. MARCH FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

I SPORTING. 1 MARCH FIXTURES. 2-Snowtowri Racing Club, 2-Newmarket Hanicap Day. 5-?Australian Cup 'Day. t5-Balaclava Racing Club. 0-Mount Gambier Racing Club. J 3-Lameroo Jockey Club. i.rI-Port Broughton Racing Club. Ki-Mural Bay Jockey Club. 13-11-Xarracoorte Racing Club. 16-Port Adelaide Racing Club. 10;-Southern Yorkc's 'Peninsula J. 20-Ardrossan Turf Club. 23-Adelaide Racing Club. 27-Port Pirie Racing Club. - A race meeting will be held at amestown to-day (Wednesday), and I like the following: Hurdles- RYTOL or GRACE WAT [SON. J Trial Slakes.-BILL WATSON or SIR PISTOL. , I Jamestown Handicap.-LARC1 ON or LA BOISELLE. Jumpers' Flat-KOREA or MUTTA WARR AH. Belalie Stakes-BILL WATSON or COONATTO. Flying Handicap-MARIE CAROLA or PADDILLI. , Canowie Stakes - PICAFORM or HOONONO. During the week Lord Lenhuk had accomplished one of the smartest half miles 'ever known at. Morphettville and all were on the alert for him in the Forestville Handicap. Kiely, however, twisted round and ran t...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

OLD AGE. Old age as it comes in the orderly process of nature, is a beautiful and jmajestic thing. It stands for experi ence. knowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is old age as it should be, but.old lage ;is it often is means poor diges tion. Lorpid bowels, a slugisli liver and general feeling of ili-hcullh, despon dency aiul misery. This in almost every nslance is wholly unnecssarv. One of Chamberlain's Tabules taken immediately after supper will improve J the digestion, tone up the liveer and regulate the bowels. That feeling of j despondency will give way to one of. hope and good cheer. Obtainable eveywhere.

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A DISPUTED CHILD. REMARKABLE CASE IN DIVORCE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

I A DISPUTED CHILD. REMARKABLE CASE IN MIVORCE COURT. (exceptional tirc:mista»;cc.s a.Unding th.i birth of a child were related in the Divorce*.'.Coa-t, whe.j *Mr". Justice Horridge .heard ih? petition for the .dissolution: tol his imrriagc of Cax>tain . Ellis f'aiupbell Bowdsn, K.A.M.C., on tii.« groui-d. of the.m-isconduct cf his wife with some man unknown. - The charge was denied.. . According- to the counsel tor the ! petition (Mr Priestley), the parties j were married jn June, .1915, the re spondent having been a nurse at. th»: ?London Hospital, with which the pet itioner was also- connected. On Dee ember 20, 1915, the petitioner weivt ?to Egypt, and the respondent had a j child on October "2t, 11)16, of w lii{ li ;the petitioner said he v. as not five father. The respondent denied ar>v' [misconduct, and said her> husbai-d was the father of the child. The i-EHpiondoiu wrote -her husband : J'% darling love, do you think Cod is going to give , me n little- baby to keep m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

is or^ tsargams. r* 9 NOW 'ON NOW ON. "TWO PAIRS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE." See for Yourself. Bring- Father, .Mother: in fact, brinK the Whole Family. We Can Fit You All at Half Price.' SEE OUR WINDOWS AND IiE WISE.' Space will not allow us to cnumeratethe Many Hundreds of Bargains, but We Quote These as a Fair Sample .206 PAIRS of LADIES' HIGH GRADE-SAMPLES, mosliy size 4 and f>, in Boots and Shoes. Not one pair usually sold under 2?/ to 30/. You see them. OUR PRICE: -14/9. Not paper- talk. ! £4000 WORTH GOING AT HALF PRICE. Our Huge and .Complete Stock is Completely Hurl, and In.su]led at the Ruth less'and Indiscriminate marking: of the "RED PENCIL." EVERY PAIR IN THE STORE REDUCED AND GOING AT IIALF PRICE. GENTS, See Our Wonderful Offering at l i/i). "THE SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING FOR." "ST\ITE " THE LIVELY BOOTMAN. SAYS "SALE." HE MEANS IT. ' IT'S'SOME SALE. GET BUSY. HAVE YOU «EEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY A Visit Will be Appreciated. >TO R E1 ? 4 BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVIS...

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DESPONDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

DESPONDENCY.. Is often caused by indigestion and I constipation, and quickly disappears | when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken j For sale everywhere.

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Premature Old Age—Life's Greatest Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

Premature Old Age-rLife'§ Greatest Tragedy. Why <]o we see so many iijen ail'J women nowadays who are old at forty? According to the late Elic ' Metchni koff, the great'Russian scientist, the reason is the poisoning of the; system by the piling up of waste matter in the lower bowels. Keep free from con stipation and you prevent this poisoning of the system NU.TOL is manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a medicine or a. drug, and is not absorbed by the system, it does not gripe or iuferfere with digestion. Pleasant to ijEafce, J7or sale by all Chemists and Stores,

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"Fires of Youth." A BIG INDUSTRIAL SENSATION, CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

o A E:a INDUSTRIAL. SENSATION, CASINO TO-NIGHT. In the complete change of progru! to bo introduced* for,, the entoririin mailt of Casino patrons this evening will be found' a} tine Pathe star mas terpiece entitled "Fires oi Youth.' This grea( picture, which is upwards ot o,000ft., portrays one o£ the' ru< st engrossing Capital v, Labor romances that has ever been depicted.per med ium of the screen. It features the' famous Frederick. Warde, America's leading dramatic'- fctar, ami the char ming and graceful :J!Cauuc Eagl.s. The siory is one of unusual interest, and deals with' the ingenious, methV-s used in the greed fur gold and' the master and the ir.ais' in a" fc.u'ler-.s unci most direct maimer. The story is built around one of, the world's greatest* steel, industries, and deals with the life o? a steel .magnate who lias spent, his life in amassing; null ions. To regain his lost boyhood he returned to his! old time home, and found not youth, but the misery his harshness...

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GERMANY DOES NOT WANT PEACE [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

GSRS/iAMY DOES NOT WANT PEACE The Leipseiger Vocks Zeitung says thai 'he Russian Government's latest rapid move lias upset the carefuly pre pared game of tlie German Govern ment, which does not want peace.

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RAISING OF STOCK AND GRAIN. DUTY OF THE PRODUCERS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

RASS2NG OF STOCK A KB £8Al:N. o J>UTY OF THK PPiOiH:f :KH. ADKLAIDK. TiU'SiJ Speaiiii'jr at iih». haif-yeil'iy tit!Ill?< of Kl'l'T. i:iiL11 ;mj! «>:<. Lid. this «tj'ifi* i.'ufin. !lie dhiarman of Uhvclors Mr I'eli'r Waik-; remarked "It. is tip; duly of every producer to raise as n:;ieh sfm-k and irrain as fn? can. and in the iii'isl economical way, so Ilia! he may in- prepared for any c;!' ;custiiners wfiidi may arise. We have to keep in yi ",v the unshipped and un sold produce l'emainin-r in Australia, but adci-note .slops huisI he lakon for ils protection. We em then P>ok for ward to il.-i- ultimate realisation of fhe unsold prmliivc at remunerative prices. The 'iucslio!? unti! such proceeds are available. however. is a problem foi l-lift consideration of ,'he O.ovi'rumojjt and the people. It is .satisfactory In note (iin increased number of stock in South Australia, and especially fii.it the farmers who luid to reduce iheir ftorks in the 1011 drough...

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DICTATOR IN PETROGRAD. (Reuter's Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

BiCT.ITOR SN PETROGRAD. (Reuter's Service). Berlin messages say that the Ger mans have reached and entered Ver keus. in Finland, after violent fighting. A Berlin telegram asserts that a Petrograd despatch says that. General Brugevilch has been appointed dicta tor in Russia, also commander of the armies. The orders are to light to.the iast.

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RUMANIAN MINISTER. LEAVING BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918

EUIV3ASWAM MINISTER. LEAVING BRITAIN. j R<;.ule.r . is informed that M. Misu, iiic Ilumankui Minister to' Britain, is on his way to Rumania. The French press reports (hat Misu bo Foreign .Minister.

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