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OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

OLD AGE. , Old age as it comes in the orderly process of nature, is a beautiful and majestic, thing;.. It stands for experi ence, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. 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 generaf feeling of ill-health, despon dency and misery. This in almost every nstfmce 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 j ilf'ppnndency will give way to one of hope nnd good cheer. Obtainable eveywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

W. F. WELLS & CO., Glolhinfl and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Oar Selection of MenV Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, Tailor-Hade, cannot be beatea is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrLcS. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men'g Hats, Shirts, Ties, &«. Our Stoek is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bougkt many months ago to arrive, and are at the. present time much be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXAMJER-STREET, PORT pisie. 8. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, . GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERA!. IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PJRIE. rw'm m ar c SALE NOW ON. Ladies' -Washing ami Risiily - In - Wi'nr Hals. 5/11 lo 7/11: now 3/-11 each. Women's Cotton "Vests, t /3 each. Blade Gottoii Host:. 7 Ad-, f 11 Ad- 1/3 pair. Dainty Flower Posies, 1/6 for Sid. Black Ball Mending, worth 1/3, for 10|d. Girls' Navy Bloomers, with calico bodice, worth 3/6: now 1/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

tju!* Show of OHlIAIN'S: is considered liOUD. We ha%c LAOL TA].\'.: from 4/0 (o 45/ Pair, in splendid designs. ; GUAS.S LAWN and GULD MADRAS GURTAINS are showing to Great**"7--. Advantage. ' ". ' . ; " ' W«; have a Very Fine Let of GRETTON.VES. Anions- the Designs arc lln'.-i" .suitable for Furnishing; or the Latest .in' Skirts.: . Ou'c.ifiiv.' REVEK-."' SiHLE GRETTONNE, in Red or Green, at "2/11 yard. A Very I'l-.-tly Gret toiine ! reversible) at -i/G yard. 1 If you are desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT'for the win ler. see our Selections of FLORAL SATTEENS, just 'the.thing-fur*tin: pur pose . , * We "have a few Very Dainty Lines in JAP GREPE, 'which make up very prettily for Kiinonas, Dressing,Jackets, etc. There arc MAN\ UTHER LINES to INtEREfcT YOU. at i^ir^iif^v i*\i"Ulyijy^rtiyr^ OPPOSITE TIIE POST- OFFICE. The Big House where the Values -are. ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVAL BRI GADE (NAVAL GUARD SECTION). VOLUNTEERS arc invited for NA VAL (UJARL! DUTY on WHARVES and SHIPPING ALO...

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THE TRENCH COMFORTS FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

THE TRENCH COMFORTS FAIR. The Trench Comforts i air ytid Sale uf Goods,' nhi'Ji was opened m the Town Ball by the Mayor* on Wednes day afternoon, was continued yeater; day afternoon ^nd( evening. The ladies in charge of the various, stalls again had a busy time, and the' result ] must have been pleasing to' the hard working secretary (Miss Olsen). On each? (evening oi the fair the proceedings were enlivened by an entertaining program, to which the following} contributed: Miss* Mollie 33ell, tJiss. Hilda Morgan, Mr. W. iPike, Mr. Kj'. Somerville, Mrs.' J. Flanagan, Hign School girls, Misses Noal and Mutton, Miss Bell - and Meyrict, Miss Pelham's orchestra, Miss Kathleen Clarke, Mr. Appleby, Miss Wilkins,'and aj company of girls under Miss Bell.' Miss Olsen states that, she can sup ply' anyone desirous of obtaining; trie 2/6 Birdwood buttons which were on sale on Saturday, but the supply of which ran® out.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

SOM£TH*NG WORTH SEE8NG. - T©-iiight - CASSIA© : . Margaret ^Wilson & :Ohas :Gunn ; Two'of America's Greatest Movie Idols IN TRIANGLE'S GRA5SD' STAR SENSATION. A Picture Willi the Straightest, Whitest and Strongest Appeal for. those who Love a Real Drama of Life. .. :> . EXCITING AND HIGHLY SENSATIONAL ACTS. 51 SEE THE FIERCE MAN-TO-MAN FljGHT. The .Must Exciting- Spectacle since the Flame of The Yukon. MOUNTAIN DEW is" a Genuine Star Triumph. - ,'IJUNT MISS THIS GREAT PICTURE WHATEVER YOU DO. 5000 FEET OF THRILL AND ROMANCE. 5000 FEET. AND A MAGNIFICENT SUPPORTING PROGRAM. To-WSght To-Night Optica,! 1M1 otice Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every ooe wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at » BEMSONS Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician. " BLIGHT Brothers Licensed Land Brokers (Under Rual Property Act REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND P...

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"Mountain Dew" A GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. CASINO—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

ORE AT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. CASINO TO-NIGHT. Those in search of a thoroughly, gen uine evening's pleasure will find tin-, great Triangle program to ho screen ed at- the popular Casino to-night up l.o the very highest standard. It in cludes one of the famous Triangle Co's. greatest star successes, eutitied ''Mountain Hew," a picture with one of the straightest. whitest and strong est appeals for those who love a veal drama of life. The story is one of" Ihrill and romance and is justly e{aim ed to be :< veritable rival to the famous nieture "The Flame on the Yukon." It features one of the prettiest women seen on the screen to-day, Miss Mar wry Wilson, whose fame as an actress is known throughout the English spe;iking world. She is ably assisted by America's picture idol. Charles Ciimn. whose acting in "Mountain Dew" has placed him oil the topmost rung of Hie ladder of fame. A most thrilling fight is introduced into the great drama A mad orashiug smash of muscie and brawn, a wh...

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HERO OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

HERO OF THE WAR. ! LISHMAN.-In fond memory of Pri p:>!o Harry Lishman, who was killed in ji"!i March 1, 1917. S He left his home in health and strength jTu answer his country's call; | Ho gave his life, he save his best, [For you, for me, and all. ' |-Inserted by his friends, J. and N. | Gooley, Port Pirie. j LISHMAIX.-In loving memory of our |dear son-in-law, H. L. J. (Harry), Mil led in action on the 1st of March, 1917. j Somewhere in France he is lying, Ho. answered his country's call; file died an Australian hero, 1 Fighting to save us all; '-Inserted by his fattier and mother t in-law. A.v Fislnviek. I LISHMAN.-In loving memory of i Harry, who was killed in action on the j 1st of March, 1917". I Good was his heart. His friendship sound, Peaceful in mind. Beloved all around, i Always so thoughtful, loving and ;. kind. i ' : Few. in this world his equal to find. -Inserted by his sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law.

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The Smelters ELECTION OF CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL A REMARKABLE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

ELECTION OF CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL-. A 'REMARKABLE VOTE. I .. Ballots were, held iu the Smeiters yesterday l'or the election of depart mental representatives to "the B'.ILAjS. Co-operative Council. Tiiese elections were necessitated in only six depart ments. Tiie results were us follows, tiie names of those elected beiiiir prin ted in capital letters: Smelters, Slagpits and Bullion Con tracts {four required): .Messrs 11. AR MOUR. 25P; P. T. HAYES, 2 it: C. C. ATTRILL, 220: C. E. POTTER, 21 2: tV. R. Connor, lyg; D. Panne)I, 104. Informal, 12. Refinery ;md Lead Conlracts four required : Messrs A. S. BENGER. 2 i*>; 11.. S. I'AYLIS!I, 210: S. W. MAY, 20',): J. K. WAU>H, 208; F. Connor, 130; i S. Harris. 117; 0. If. .Morris, 77: Millmrn. lit; G. H. Murrin. 35. Infor mal, 15. Zinc Plant, Heavier and Pottery ; (two required): Messrs T. W. JOY, 128; A. SVv'EXSSOX, 76; G." Buchanan, .70; W. T. Timin.s, 58; A. Harris, 32. Informal, 5. Ironworkers and Rive Iters (two re quired) : Messrs I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

DEATH. ANDERSON.-Mr and ill's S. D. An derson, of Ellendale, have been noti fied that.their youngest son, K. G. An derson, has been1 killed in action at Bui lecmirt, Prance, on the 11 th of April, 1917.... V TELFORD-On 22nd February, Vera, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Telford,' of Norman street, Port Pirie, aged 20 years and three months.;: - At rest. , v: RETURN THANKS. ; Mrs W. TELFORD and FAMILY, of Norman street, Port Pirie, desire to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tri butes and personal expressions of sym pathy in the sad loss of their dear daughter and sister Vera, especially the Rev. French, Rev. Webb, Sister Mary, Mrs Freeman, Mrs -Griffin, Mrs Cock ing, Mrs Forward, Mrs M'Kay, Mrs Mil- 1 burn and Mrs Mutlow. .

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TIRPITZ BACKS GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

TlRPITZi BACKS GERMANY. .Renter's dorret^jondent at4 Amster dam says that in an address to the Fatlierlanders at Cologne oir Febru ary 20 Admiral von Tirpitz said; ''We must shou- that'' we aro superior to Englaod. in tenacity. The Western Powers constitute our greatest dang er.' * 'Unhappily, intensive submarining has beeni so long delayed that the onemy'st counter - measures impede its speedy' effect- We shall, however, hold out longer than England." General von Tirpitz concluded by declaring1 that the? question of Bel gium still remained the pivot of the war. Distriet'.Nurse Close is severing her connection with the District Train.-d Nursing Society, and is about to leave ?Port .Pirio. The committee and sub scribers of the society-will bid her l'-T>.i<J-bye at the Institute at -i o'clock " this afternoon.

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918. The Alexander Street Strike PROSECUTIONS IN INDUSTRIAL COURT. A FINE OF £5. OTHER GASES WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

Published Daily. ' FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918. The Alexander Street Strike PROSECUTIONS IN INDUSTRIAL COURT. -V FINE OF £5. OTHER GASES WITHDRAWN. Til.3 seuel to the strike of Corpora tion employes in connection with the work of tar-paving Alexander street, was heard yesterday afternoon, when a sitting of the State Industrial Court was held in Port Piric. The Deputy President (Mr N. A. Webb) presided, and the Deputy-Associate (Mr Collyer) was - present. Informations had been laid against the following Corporation employes: B. Millard, W. Hillier, J. Cahill, R. Arbor and G. Reynolds. Mi" H. N. Barwell appeared for the Town Council, and Mr J. W. Regan was for the defence. Tin1 first case called was that against Millard, who was charged with having done an act in the nature of a strike, in that, being a person bound by an award made on January 6, 1917, in the Industrial Court as to employment in the industry carried on by the Cor poration of the town of Port Piric, he did, without reasonabl...

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CONQUERED TERRITORIES, BRITAIN'S. INTENTIONS. LONDON, "Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

CONQUERED TERRITORIES, BRITAIN'S. INTENTIONS.' LONDON, "Wednesday lii th<j House , of) Commons last niglit Mr. Balfour stated lhat the Government' intended, despite any peace treaties which Russia and -Ru mania might meanwhile be forced to make, that ther -fate .of the Russian provinces occupied by Germany' and also Rumania and Armenia, should bo decitled at thtj peace conference.

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LABOR TROUBLES AT OUTER HARBOR. 200 MEN OUT. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

LABOR TROUBLES AT OUTER HARBOR. , ! 200 MEN OUT. ADELAIDE, Wednesday j The -wheat strikers -at tlio Outer Harbor did not { resume work this morning. Over 23Q men. are out. It is stated that they are ' determined not to p-o on. under -the contract* sys tem* but' the matter, will be thrashed out at a meeting on Monday. On Wednesday night the men noti fied the5 Wheat Board-that they could be picked up at the usual spot if ,., wanted,, but they must, be engaged by the' day." Many of the workers haves iheen strougiy, opposed to the contract; system frc-m the start. While ordinary whart work is pro ceeding as usual, . there appears; to be a probability of si stubborn con test, as'. Sir Richard Butler is strong ly opposed to day; labor and the men are as strongly in favor' of it, and are prepared to, fight for their de-; ihands. The. Treasurer' and . officials of the Wh^at' Board, held ai long! con ference,,. . tot-day but no'result was announced.

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SWEDEN AND RUSSIA. SOME FIGHTING. (Reuters. Service). LONDON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

SWEDEN AND RUSSIA. ' SOME FIGHTING. (Reuters. Service). LONDON, Wednesday A conflict between Swedisn and liussian troops is reported from the Aland Islands, where Itusdiari batter ies fired on a Swedish military expedjt ion. on its arrival there. The" shells exploded in tlie water. The Ked Guards' attacked- two Swe dish posts and; hand-to-hand fighting occurred. This will inevitably en tail further military' intervention by Sweden, whose peoples arc unanim ous in desiring possession of the Aaland Islands,' which in foreign hauds are a danger to Sweden.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

MSPkjFITriNG. Although the trip is% tiring one, a fair number of "local men usuaIiy ^pa tronise llie Snowtown fixture, and on Saturday -the -usual coutig^h['wiiiSpro oauiy tr'i thither. An extended pro !;i>fi-. i::io l». 'f11 provided, and ii<trses Jut siiui.'i'i distinguish themselves ; s follow | Hui-.n.-' H;u:e--GllACIv AVATSON SCBUTLXIZKR. i, ^ Sdvu:-' i'iute-tJATTLK u!iK!iN'"or i lllLnA iP'SE. : J Snowtown Handicap-J.A -JSOlSHLbEM or LAROON. , " Trial Stakes. - LADY TRENT or JiILi.»A ROSE. \ I Fiyin* Hand^-ip- MAllIE GAROlA: .>!. MARIE .-'i't: UiiViLMi?.. -v. : ! .)urii[..-!'sV Fiat- -MUTTAWAhitAlI (31^ iGRACtf WATSON. BaruojKi. -Weltcr-KILl.AFtXEY ROSE I ur PLAYFELLOW. NfeTWALVRKET HANDICAP. The Y.RjG. Autumn Meeting will open at Flemington to-morrow, and. ;more than ordinary interest will attach, to the proceedings. According- to- pre sent intentions,.the New Zealand cham pion, Desert..Gold,- will run in only one event at the fixture-the Essendon Stakes, w.f....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

"TWO PAIRS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE." S«e for Yourself. Bring Father, Mother; in fact; bring the Whole Family. We Can Fit You All at Half Price. . SEE OUR WINDOWS AND BR WISE. Space will not-allow us to enumeratethc Many Hundreds of Bargains, but We Quote These sb a Fair Sample 20G PAIRS of LADIES" HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, mostly size 4 and 5, in Boots and Shoes. Not one pair usually sold under 25/ to 30/. You \ see them. OUR PRiCE: 14/9. Not paper talk. , £4000 WORTH GOING AT HALF PRICE. Our -Hugo and Compete stock is Completely Hurt and Insulted at the Ruth less and Indiscriminate marking of Hie .-REt) PENCIL-" EVERY PAIR IN THE STORE REDUCED AND GOING AT HALF PRICE. . GENTS. SeGv Our Wonderful Offering at I S/!>. "THE SALE ? EVERYBODY'IS WAITING FOR." "rjTAITK." THE LIVELY BOOTMAN,' SAYS -SALE." HE MEANS IT. .'/? IT'S SOME SALE. GET BUSY. .HAVE 'YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE''? A Visit Will be Appreciated. . . BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISI...

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THIS MEAN'S YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

THIS MEAN'S YOU. There is one medieirie tli.it every family -should be. provided with at all times-Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy. It is most certain to he needed sooner or later, and then it will be needed quietly. For sale ' every- ' where.

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DOCTORS KILLED. AUSTRALIA'S HEAVY LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

DOCTORS KILLED. AUSTRALIA'S HEAVY LOSSES. j There is a remarkable diminution in sickness anions' Australians abroad, the proportion being onlp one-fourth by comparison with Inst winter. The mild ness of the weather is the greatest fac tor, coupled with improved organisa tion and the efficiency of the medical services. There has been" no recur rence of last year's influenza, and there is alrhosf an entire absence of mumps, measles, cerebro-spinal disease and trench feet-. The British Medical Journal, review ing the year, states that it appears'that Hie proportion of doctors killed was highest in the Australian force. Still more remarkable is the number of Australian medical men of field rank killed. The figures show the killed: R.A.M.C., four, including two lost at sea. Territorials, four. Australians, eight. . Canadians anil South Africans, one each. ~ The toUil of Australian doctors kill ed is 18. the wounded being 59.

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SUBMARINE VICTIMS. FOURTEEN BIG ONES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

SUBMARINE VICTIMS. FOURTEEN BIG ONES.. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday The Admiralty estates : Tne arriv als for the week were 227-t and tha sailings- 2,389, Fourteen vessels over and four under sixteen hundred tons were sunk. Nine were unsuccessfully attacked. Seven' iisbers were sunk.

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AUSTRIA AND GERMANY. FURTHER EVIDENCE OF STRANDED RELATIONS. (Reuter's Service.) WASHINGTON, "Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 March 1918

AUSTRf,<\ AND GERMANY. FURTHER EVIDENCE OF STRAND ED RELATIONS. ' .1 Heuter-s Service.) WASHINGTON, "Wednesday Further . evidence of the growing strain in. the* relations between Ger. many and Austria, over the refusal "of' the latter to, participate -in' * the renewal of the attack, upon "Russia, ia 'given in an' oilicial despatch re ceived to-day from France. It quot es the Austrian Premier as formally reiterating'that Austria will take no part in the military action against Russia oq Rumania, and that ifae will not send, her troops into'; Ukrainia. The despatch refers to a meeting be tween the Emperor3 Charles and William on Sunday, and says there seems little doubt that a serious, con fiict has arisen' between the two. nat ions which Germany is determined t-o settle by violent measures- if necess ary. ' *

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