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THE CALL FOR MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

THE CALL FOR MEN. The State Recruiting Committee writes: The recruiting- llgures for the whole of Australia for the week ended. February 19 were very disheartening to those who are battling so hard in all districts to get ample reinforcements for the Australian battalions abroad. The total-47G-is, with the exception of last Christmas week, the lowest re corded for any week since the scheme i started in January last year, and is 67 I less than the previous week. Only two [States showed an increase-South Aus tralia, 52 (an increase of 14), and [Tasmania, 28 (an increase of 10). IOther States showed up badly, as fol lows: Queensland, GS (decrease of 5): New South Wales, 192 (decrease of 18): Victoria, 109 (decrease of 57) : iWestern Australia, -27 (decrease of ; 11). This i3 the smallest number of recruits secured in the western State since the Voluntary Recruiting Scheme commenced. Something must be done, and that soon, to slir the eligible men up to a sense of their duty. All men and...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

PERSONAL. i , Air H;troli! Ttirne'r. solici(or, who died in Adelaide a few days ago. was Ian old Port Pirie identity. He was a (sun of llio laic Mr R. J. Turner, S.M.. and was liorn in Mont:' f iamhitr. l; ..ame to Port Pirie in the laic seven ties, and practised ins profession Ji!.??(_.. I for about JO years in an oftke next to | the Ruy.d Exchange Ho|e!. In' \'va-< a big, fat. jovial fellow, and had a num ber of friends in (iic district who will regret to hear of his passing. Lieutenant. A lick pearce, sain >.f Major A. A. J'earce, left Adelaide for Melbourne on Monday, and will short ly he leaving for Europe. Lieutenaut ifearee did a fine course at Dnntroon. jbnt his commission was delayed until a few weeks before tie left on account of his youth. He married Miss Alson three weeks a~o. the wedding taking :>l;;ee in Adelaide, and the happy pair a norwards coming up and spending a few days with Hie bridegroom's par ents here. Lieut.- Pearee will carry with him the ...

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Ireland MARTIAL LAW In COUNTY CLARE. (Published IN THE TIMES). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

EAI. LAW JIM COUWTY CLARE. (Published iu TfcaTimes). LONDON, Tuesday* Martial law has- been imposed' in the Country Clare on account '.of tiio disturbed conditions there.

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KAISER AND CARL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

K \ AND CARL. It is now Ojtonly a kited that the jsupposcvl coldness between the Kaiser and the' Emperor Carl, which appar ently 111 their reeejxt meeting", mere ly one oi forma! ceremony, wa3 P*int of a ruse* to conceal the project o£ the descent upon Italy. The suites even -were deceived, and' no one knew of the secret conference held in the small hours .between the two ,mon archs, Hindenburg, Ludendorff, and the chief of the Austrian? Headquart ers General Staff- ,

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

HK'fUKXKii SOLDIERS' SMOKE j SOCIAL . i There was a large attendance at the s»ioi;e social field |>y liic Port- Pine sun-branch uf the Returned Soldiers' and Saiioi'?' Imporiai League in tint In stitutei Supper Room on Friday night. Mr L, T. Oraifirie (president) was in t'ne chair. After an overture and the loyal toast, Mr G. Itey proposed "The Government." Mr W. J. G. Cole, M.P.. one of tin? nieiitliei's for the district, replied, and promised hi* support in the big appeal winch is shortly to he made by (he returned soldier*. The .Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan) also refer red to the appeal, which is to he field from April if> to April 30, and 'said h< wnidd give his personal assistance. as :)1>>: would the Mayoress. Mr G. ^{or gan proposed the toast of ..Absent Friends," which was respondod to by Lieutenant J. G. Dow (Recruiting Offi cer) . Mr G. Gtiarlesworth proposed "The Nurses.'' and a reply was made by Mr iJ. A. Dejjenhardt. At the In stance of the Mayor, the h...

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The Western Front BIG GUN AND AERIAL FIGHTING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

The Western Front BIG GUN AND AERIAL FIGHTING. CRouter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. -Field - Marshal Haigi reports : Hos tile artillerying occurred at J?les quieres and Ypres. Jn ail aviation ' report,, Field-.Mar shal Haig> reports : Our night flyers ?dropped oveV 1,200 bombs, chiefly on aerodromes' at Ghent and' Tournai used bv;enemy night, llyers, also aero dromes at Courtrai. We bombed billets. at) Do.iai,® and- dropped 350 bombs oil billets at* St. Qnentin. AH our machines returned. A' French eonnmmijj'ue reports Marked reciprocal artillery actwty north of Chemiix dcs Dames and on both banks ot the Mouse*, especially Hill 304, ZS*ortil)onii]i°, Beav.mont and Chambrettes.

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The Smelters ELECTION OF CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

ELECTION OF CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL. THE NOMINATIONS. Nominations for the Go-operative ?Council' to govern the- scheme for sup plying necessaries of life to Smelter employes were received on Monday night. The following nominations as repre sentatives on the Council for the de partments as shown hereunder were received: Elected Unopposed. Foremen and Shiftbosses (two re quired) : Messrs P. T. Leane (refinery) and F. G: Tonkin (stables). General Office. Timekeepers. Ass n Ofliee, Sample Mill, Store and Salaried Staff (two required): Messrs J. E. Ourlireon (general office) and J. J. O'Callaghan (assay office). Power Gang and Electric Light (cine required): Mr C. C. Paltridge. Roasters. I), and L., Ore Discharg ing- and Converter Contracts (four re quired) : Messrs W. Bowden. E. Lloyd and *T>. IT. Woolman. There is one va cancy left in this department. For Election. Machine Shop, Fitters- and Smiths (two required): No nominations re ceived. ~ ^ Elections will be held during work ing hou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

V§ft?VWWV W*i^^AAAAAAAA6^AAAA^ ^ A G^EAT CAPITAL VERSUS LABOR PICTURE CASINO - To-night - CASINO ' V ' t ? ? . PATHE'S GREATEST STAR SENSATION. . ' * of Youth A Picture that has Made Master and Man THINK. ' ' 5000 FEET OF GRIM REALITY. 5000 FEET. THE PROBLEM OF THE VERY HOUR. A Touching" Story of the Dreadful Effects of the Lust for Gold. ' DON'T MLSS--"THE FIRES OP YOUTH." It is more than a.'Picture. It is a Great Moral Lesson. IT STRIKES HOME WITH A TERRIFIC PUNCH. THEN WE WILL SHOW THESE CHAMPION FILMS: Counting Out the Count A ROLLICKING 2000 FT. L.K.O. LAUGH RIOT.. THE LATEST GAUMONT WAR PRAPH1C, Casino's Great Exclusive Topical FOOTLIGHT FAKERS. A Lively 1000ft. Romance. And Other New and Exclusive Pictures To-Night : : Casino : : To-Night OjptiiGail. Notice Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at B£MSON'S Pharmacy, - ELLEN STREET. " . We give Glasses only, when necessary. Ma...

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GERMAN FAIDER'S TRIUMPHANT RETURN. (Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

GERMAN FVUDER'S TRIUMPHANT RETURN. (Reuter's Service}. AMSTERDAM. Tuesday. The German raider Wolf arrived at Kiel 011 Sunday, beflaeged vessels es corting it. The towrJ was beflaggod, and cheering, crowds marched in the streets to music. '

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1918. PRIVATE J. J. O'LEARY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

THE Published Daily. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1018. PRIVATE J. J. O'LEARY KILLED. Our Warner town correspondent wrote last night that ollioiat informa tion hail been received there that day that Private .1. .T. O'Leary had been killed in action in France on February J 8. The deceased soldier was at one time a valued member of the Re corder .staff, and was a smart, attrac live youth .exceedingly popular with all who knew him. He was a brother j of Mrs R. J. McBride and Mrs E. Roe jbuck, of Warnertown.

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A BERLIN REPORT. (Reuters Service). VANCOUVER, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

A BERLIN KEPORT. (Reuters Service). VANCOUVER, fuis'Iay A message' from Berlin states ti.&t .Pltasaku has been captured- ati-jc a' ?violent battle. The Turks Imao ent ered Trebi/Ond.

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CORPORAL DONNELLY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

CORPORAL DONNELLY WOUNDED. Miss B. M. Donnelly, of Florence street, lias been officially notified thai her brother. Corporal P. B. T. Don nelly, is suffering' from gasv poisoning. Corporal Donnelly, who is well known in sporting circles in Port Pirie, left Australia last June with reinforcements to Hie lOthe Battalion.

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TURKEY AND CAUCASUS REPUBL[?]C [?]EACE NEGOTIATIONS. (Reuters Service). AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

TURKEY AND CAUCASUS REPU3LHC K.VCE>TEClOTLVr«)KS. (Ueulcrs Servicc). A EST Ell DA M, T uesday. A incssagyf.. irorn Constauti'V .p!e says .* Speaking'in tbe Chumbot". iho foreign Minister sakl that [>ea:o ne goljiatipns were impending ?with the» .Caucasus Republic.

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"Fires of Youth." A BIG INDUSTRIAL SENSATION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

j "Fires of Youth." 1 " ? o - ' A BIG INDUSTRIAL SENSATION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [ III tilts complete change .of program jjfco be int)Toduceu< for, the entortain inent of Casino patrons this evening ' will be found & (ma i'athe star mas terpiece entitled. "Fires oi i outii." This <jrca( picture, which is upwards oC 5,000ft."' portrays one of.the* mest engrossing Capital v Labor romances that has over been depicted' per. med ium of the screen. It features the famous Frederic t Warde, America's leading dramatic star, and the char ming and graceful 'otoanne Eagles. The story is one of unusual 'interest, and deals with5 the ingenious! methods used in the greed for gold and' the master and the man* in a. {earless and most direct manner. The story is built around one ot the world's greatest" 3teel) industries, and deals with the life of a steel magnate who has speait his life ii\ amassing- mill ions. To regain his lost boyhood he returned to his! old time home, a...

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DEFINITION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

DEFINITION OF PARLIAMENT Many politician are absurdly jeal ous oi their reputations, and of the institution in! "which, they nia'^o their oratorical efforts (says, the Sydney Sun). Mr. Perry/ M.L.A., said in the House, "This is not a pig mar ket ." lAnd then he -withdrew the statement ! fact, other members insisted that he ehotild» do so. Is the House, therefore, n pi'g market ?

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JAMESTOWN RACES. JAMESTOWN Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

uAFtlHSTOVVN RACES. -o JAMESTOWN Wetines ay. , Following' are tjte '-res-Its of to day's races : V Hurdles -. R>nol:;(Turi%) I, £r»3e Watson 2, General Joffre '-'i Dividend, (icr 5/-), Xi/O/li. Belalie Stages-Grey ';:Ha\vk, \ Curn 'msngs; 1/ Coonatto 2, Lord Nangar Divido-vl, iiofc 5/>), 12/(5. ... . .Jamestown ' Handicap-La .Boiseila' ' (Dall^t) 1, Albnree '2,! Waira'tei- -3. J»ivi-'' <lend -ifor £1/10/-. " j Jumpers' Fiat'--MuttA>>wridiir.(^Io?v I Ooivan).' i, Korea 2, Sir .Pistol 3. L.-ii t iditad (tor 5/-}, .9/9. } i-' ! Flying* Handicap, -> "Marie Carols > (Dally) 1, Paddilli 2,5 }larncch 3. Div | idend (for 5/-), S/-. . Trials - Pinballie {Bennett-1' ILul . Iarbor 2, Grey Hawk 3.* Dividend (for 5/-), i'4/10/9. Canowie Sl;ake-.s - Ivillarney Kgs3 I (Dallyi 1, Coonong Paddilli 3. Div idend,1 (for 5/-), 8/3. t | - j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

MCV WOW ON. NOW ON. "TWO .PAIRS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE." .Sue lor Yourself. Bring: Father, Mother; in fact, bring- the Whole Family. We Can Fit You All .it Half Price. SEE OUR WINDOWS AND BE WISE., Space will not allow-'.us., t'o enumeratethc Many Hundreds of Bargains, 'but We Quote These, as a Fair Sample 206 PAIRS of LADIES' HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, mostly -sfe« \ and 5. in Boots and Shoes. Not one pair'usually sold under 25/ to 30/. You see Ihem. OUR PRICE: 14/9. Not paper talk. £4000 WORTH GOING AT HALF PRICE. Out- Huye and Complete Stock is Completely Hurt and insulted at the Ruth less and Indiscriminate marking of the, "RED PENCIL." , 3CVERY PAIR IN* THE STORE REDUCED ANT) GOING AT HALF PRICE. GENTS, See Our Wonderful Offering at 1-5/i). ^ - "THE SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING FOR." "STAITE," THE LIVELY BOOTMAN. SAYS "SALE." HE MEANS IT. IT'S SOME SALE. . . GET BUSY. .HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STOHEV? 1 A Visit Will be Appreciated. L; " BARGAINSOUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. ' BARGAIN...

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THE LYDEAMORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

^ THE LYDEAWOKE FUND. I Previously ; 11,* k n < ivv 1»" < I ict * * i . ft :i .T.iok . . .. J 0 0 A.G.Y ....(» 2 r, tj.n.n !i 2 <; i [yfii Lnnifsforii ........ <1 . 0 jOluirlff! L:!!i,u\sfofii .... . . 0 5 (I j.L 0. 0 5 0 J.W.W. . ...... 0 5 0 Totnl In dafe

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[?]ARTHQUAKE IN LOWER NORTH. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

F/IRTHQUAKE IN LOWER WORTH. Adelaide, Wednesdav. . A slight earth tremor oecurreJ in ttie I.ewer Njorth at about: halt past eleven) on Tuesday night. It was felt at Blvth, Glare.and Koorjnga. It lasted five seconds, and v.*as accom panied 'by loud rumbling. ' Houses at Kooringa were ' severely shaken. The^c was; a further': .shoeld1 there at 3 a.m. 011 Wednesday.

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AERIAL TRANSPORT FOR WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 February 1918

AERJAL TRANSPORT FOR WOUNDED. The latest idea on the Western front is to carry seriously wounded men to hospital in aeroplanes, and experiments have been conducted in France in this connection. An aeroplane ambulance has been constructed and proved satis factory during, tests. It is of a stand ard design and has only been slightly modified to serve as an aerial ambu lance. The main modification consists in providing- a ionyer open space in the ; fuselage than usual, so as to serve as a bod for the wounded passenger, who , is strapped securely in place. At the hend of the wounded passenger, just back of the pilot, is a wind-shield, which wards off the rush of air, while ample blankets and other covering' keen him warm during the flight. Tra velling at 80 miles an hour, the aero plane ambulance is said to he free i from shocks and vibration, which are troublesome factors in the usual ve hicles for the wounded.

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