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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
Are SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY FINE' RANGE of Our Show of CURTAINS is considered GOOD. We have LACE TAINS from j/t> to '!.">/ Pair, in .splendid designs. CRASS LAWN and COLO MADRAS CURTAINS are showing lo . Great Advantage. ' , We have a Very Fine L&lt;d- of CRETTONNES. Among the' Designs are iiu>&lt;r suitable for Furnishing, &lt;>r tin; Latest in Skirts. One lino REVER SI'iiLE CRKTTONNK, in Red or Green, at 2/ti yard.; A Very Pretty Cret lonnc 'reversible) at 4/6 yard. Ii" you ar«' desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT fur tiie win site mil' Selections 'of FLCItAL 'SATTKENS, just the thing for tin: pur rose. . , We have a few Very Dainty Lines in -JAP CREPE, which nut Ice up very jTi'ltily fur Kinmnas. Dressing Jackets. >-lc. There are MANY OTllKll LINES to INTEREST YOU at ' Qoode Bros, where Values ' are. OPPOSITE TIIE POST OFFICE. Crystal Brook Market Friday, March 1st, at I o'clock. SHEEP. 210 CATTLE. i r> HOUSES. -iO PIGS. Oafgaty S Co...
RED AND WHITE GUARDS FIGHTING. (Published in The Times). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
RED ANSI WHITS GUARDS FiGHTlWG. (Published in The Tillies"! The Bolsheviks icaptured Ros 1.0IT after street fig!slin:r. The (Her man s- have en tared Yohner. The Red Guards resisted, and then !!ed. Tiicy .were mercilessly shot- down. The latest reports from Finland say that the White Guards are winning everywhere. The Red Guards' are qnareHing-, brawling and disuniting-. j The Red Guards massacred 5000 White Guards who took refuge on Peiiins-er Island. Krylenku was shot in I lie neck and; wounded. A Socialist has been arres- ! ted.
PREMIER'S POLICY SPEECH. PROBABLY NO INCREASED TAXATION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
PREMIER'S POLICY SPEECH, . PROBABLY NO INCREASED TAXATION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. It may be considered doubtful whe ther the* Premier, in his .policy speech at Strathalbyn to-morrow night, wiil propose increased taxation, although it is known that the railway revenue has fallen off considerably in consequence of diminished coal supplies and reduc ed Barrier trade. Mr Peake has pro mised a policy to suit the times, and it. unlikely that there will be anything" of a party character in tiic program. An important statement may be made regarding reconstruction after the war. but it can hardly be expected that any ?j?Av public.works will be proposed, except with the proviso, "when funds ire available."
PRISONERED VESSELS. AN ADMIRALTY STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
PR1SQNERED VESSELS. A X ADMIKA LTr STATEMENT. The Admiralty states '. With refer ence to a Germau official report, that the5 auxiliary cruiser Wolf returned after a 15 mouths' cruise., it is pre- j gamed that- she was sunk' in the In hian and .Pacific oceans. The; follow ing vessels are prisonered with the crews' :? Turrctella, Jumna, Words worth. Dee Wairuna, Ymislow, Beluga,, Encore, Matunga, Ilitaclii Mara, Ig otzniendi. The Turretella, an unar med' . merchantman, was captured in February. 15)17. She was equipped for mine-laying.- and shortly after wards encountered a British warship. The' pri/:e crew on board buttled the Turretella- and surrendered.
COST OF MEAT. THE TREASURER ON PRICEFIXING. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
COST OF MEAT. T1IK TREASURER OX PRICE FIXINli. ADELAIDE. Tia-sda "It would he sheer madness.'' was , Sir Richard Butler's comment to-day "n a. surest-ion that Iho Federal Gov ernment should fix the price of meat. The Treasurer slated that it would !hrin?r ruin fo thousands of smaller frra ziers w!iu had been buying; for some months at. the high prices ruling" and I expecting lo have an opportunity. of soiling" at a price which would' give them a profit. It would mine- prohnhly by one-half the number of .cattle and sheep yarded weekly a). the abattoirs. Owners hail an abundance of feed In1 hold and .-diear iheir sheep, li would prevent cattle and sheep eominir from the other states to !he South "Austra lian markets, and from these soupc"; the Slate mcciyed ;> iai'.w par!, "of iis supplies. PJixij'.ir wmdd discourage the. stocking and improviujr of uiil'side 'country. t-'our ye;irs n^ro stock were :.iyiiii." in in;s of thousands, and own ers- bore !fi"ir immense fosses without nioj...
WARATAH[?] DR AMAT[?] COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918
WARATAHV DE &JIATLc COMPANY A meeting v wis held on February 25. and 3Ia\ W. Blight v>t is voted1 to the' chaiVM The chairman. '> sa^ thcy liad met with t he object forming a dramj&tac'.conip any- It. ivraa, fropos edffay 3tr. H,' VV Brondstock. *that a coiiipasey te forn ied and calleiS the Warafcah Dram at sc Company. This was «3eonded&lt; 1 ip 3Tr» .?.. IL and cterriecj. - r- Sli&ite propossd Broadstcck as e ecretavy. This wn? seeo'tided by Mr. . T. Beade, -find ear ned. The folUvwi Kg^xiommitieei -was . ap poi nted : Measrs IH. "Harper, "VV. Blight i"Flieade, .1. H. , Sialic and thesecrf; tar?-«
LAWLESS STATE OF THE COUNTRY. (Published in The Times) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918
LAWLESS STATE OF THE COUNTRY. (Published in The, Times' jjQ$iPO^.", Tuesday. Hie limes cor-respGt3#ent at Dublin says that the Duke has -.published a letter promising- th,c Government's en couragement and practical help to per sons A,v:lj_/jse lands have been seized in .the flame of the Irish Republic . - iPhe .correspondent, points out that -£. >r a jaontli j>h>% pedants have been and ploughing" iafjds uniiindcr c_ \ tie*Pit", the of in&lt;> police. The' &$*'? f >iteir'iui/jii tion the May© i'.-imb amon.e Iribore/5 and s")a!! termor* at nonw'nai" -rental. TJun t'lOvemHiiiSJi must realise the frravify of' iftc iiUwtitfC' I'^urrmt ?md resoltiU?. action, ;tnn r)l", 1,0 !!)r' hands of the Sfcre 'r"rn Huhlin Gas Me ave Hoi* likely Jo Si>^ press Ifcwicssnesfe'# The next loT''? j weeks, perhaps da>V. W'H severely tesf 1 I the Irish Executive.. ' Pnssfbfy peace ( [and lie fa(i&lt; of the 3ris!>. Convention .ire in Ur&lt;-. Duke's hand...