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MESOPOTAMIA. IN CONTACT WITH THE TURKS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

£ ' %?. . MESOPOTAMIA. IX CONTACT WITH THE TURKS (Reuter's Service.) LONDON- Thursday A Mesopotamian official message j r:; states: Our patrols are in contact' with the Turks near Hit. Some pris- ; «*- oners were taken. |

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
B.H.A.S. ASSISTS TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

B.H.A.S. ASSISTS TECHNICAL SCHOOL.* It has been evident for some time thai the directors of the Assc*4ated Smelters have been very active in matters relating to the welfare* of their employes. Their desire to im prove them, educationally is instanced by1 the fact that 'last year students in (itlino and turning from the Port Pirie Technical School were granted, under the; supervision-of'Mr. F. 11. Adams, the use of eight machines. I'll is year more machines r.av<J been allowed, and students can now get a variety of worl.l in this line that will be* of very great benefit to them. The Council of the* Technical School is under a debt of gratitude to the Associated Smelters for s-eh' liberal ity.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE BOMBING OF TOWNS. GERMANY GETTING FRIGHTENED. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

THE BOMBING OF TOWNS. % GERMANY GETTING FRIGHTENED. j 4? (United Gable Service). St? LONDON. Thursday. ! It is reported that Germany is try-'' ifio to induce King Alfonso to propose H .the abandonment of bombing' towns pt; outside the lighting zones.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE O'CALLAGHAN FZYFILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

THE O'CALLAGHAN tjZYFILLER. Every thinking motorist} recognises the fact that the methods hit'ncrto in vogue ior replenishing petrol tanks and' oil sumphs, leit much to be de sired. But with the ad-ent oi' the "O'Callag'han Ezyfiller" these opera tions have been rendered1 easier, clean er, quicker, and more economical. The tool is so simple that a child could manipulate? it even in the dark, and when its merits are more widely known, it will be included in every tool kit. Mr.' 13. O'Callaghan. the inventor,, is at present in Port Pirie, and he -will be pleased to demon strate' the appliance to anyone wish ing to see it at the International ho tel. Mr. O'Calllaghan is a brother of 51r. J. J. O'Callaghan,1 of Port Pirie Jle is remaining here till Monday.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO-Up School Disturbed A CONSTABLE'S CHASE. A MAN FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

A CONST,ABIE'S CHASE. A -MAN' FINED. Before Messrs. R. C. Symonds and .1. K. Creswell, J's.I1..'- in the" Police I Court yesterday, morning dae.: l.angs ford, of Port Pirie, la'..<c.r'r, V as charge-:!, 01^ the .ini-jnnai-ion of Ser geant Bond, it h having, on , February 17, ii.1 a ob tain ! pu'oii.J placs. Crown Lands, situated | in the Hundred of Pirie, teen guilt y ' o' unlawful gaming by playing; anun ! lawful game commonly' 1-nowu as two up. j Sergaant Bond prosecuted, and Mr. j | P. Hague appeared^ for the defendant, j who pleaded5 not guilty. Alex; Arthurson, police constable s'.-rtioned at (Port Pirie, stated that at about -1 p.m. on last1 i- mday week he rode on his bicycle to group of men,' numbering about 150, to a place half a mile ntf'th o\ thu Smeltery .dump. When he- approached to with in 150 yards' he saw that some one was spinning coins in the air. On riding closer, ho sa'w5 that the <l;uend ant, who had . his back, to witness, -was! spinning t...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

"Red Pencil" Sale m . ? . NOW. ON. MOW ON. ' TWO PAIRS FOR. THE PRICE OF UN'E." <y.; t',jL. Yourself. Bring Father, Mother; in fact, bring tlx; Whole Faruilj-. We Can Fit You All at Half Price. SEE OUR WINDOWS AND BE WISE. Space will not allow us lo enumeratethe Many Hundreds of Bargains, but We Quote These as a Fair Sample 206 PAIRS of LADIES' HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, mostly size 4 and 0. in Boots and Shoes. Not one pair usually sold under 2Cv' to 30/. You see them. OlHt PRICE: lA/'J. Not paper talk. £4000 WORTH GOING AT HALF PRICE. Our ilu^o and Complete Stock is Completely Hurt and Insulted at the Ruth less and Indiscriminate-marking" of the "RED PENCIL." . EVERY PAIR IX THE STORE REDUCED AND GOINrt AT HALF PRICE. GENTS Sec Our Wonderful Offering a I i -'i /1>. "THK SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING FOR." ISTMTE," THE LIVELY' BOOTMAN, SAYS "SALE." HE MEANS IT. IT'S SOME SALE. GET BUSY. The Big Drapery Emporium HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STOREV? A Visit Will be Appreci...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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A TIME SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

A TIME SAVER. Keep Chamberlain's P.min Balm on hand. It is an antiseptic liniment1 and muses wounds to heal in LPSS time than by any other treatment. For sale everywhere.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

C1UCKET. A match' will bo played on the lie creation Ground this afternoon be tween teams) representing old As- i sociation players and Stewart'*? Cof fee L'alace. The Association team j will be from the following Piinlott j (2). -"MStchsTl,. CairpbeliLi Hi^fcman, j Dyer, \unaii (2), IVelsby. Bradford. Gardiner,' O'Callaghan. and I>?.vies. j

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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FAMINE IN TRIESTE. (Reuter's Service). ROME, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

FAMINE IN TRIESTE. (Router's Service 1. ROME. Thursday. §>'. Absolutely dependable reports show ] £ that there is a terrible famine in' I '"Trieste. j

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SUNK BY SUBMARINE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

SUNK SY SUBMARINE. iReuter's Service!. LONDON. Thursday. £. The Admiralty states: Sworn stato-j |? rnents by two survivors from the Glen- ' t, iart Castle conlirin the statement that j |* /the vessel was sunk by a submarine.' » which was sighted, a few minutes be g. .fore the vessel was struck. The ship .was in the free area, and was there in i'ore sunk despite the German pled.--*-. ( f- The total of the missing' is 153, includ- ' & jng- nine nurses.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. Acute attacks of colic, diarrhoop-i and dysentery come on without w.irn inu: and prompt relief must be obtain ed. It is not necessary to incnr the es pouse of a physieinn's service in ^nch cases if Chamberlain's Colic nnd Hinr rhoen Remedy is at hand. A doss of {his remedy win relieve the pain before the doctor could arrive. For sale .?verywhere.

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ATTEMPTED ENEMY COUP-DE-MAIN FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

ATTEMPTED ENEMY COUP-DE MAIN FAILS. A French I'oinmuniqiie says: Follow-| ing- a violent bombardment, an enemy coup-de-main north of Dixmude fail A number of rafts employed Iiy the enemy were destroyed, also a pon toon bridge which they were buildin.1? across the Yser. Heavy artillerying in the regions of Nieuport, Pervyse and Dixmude continues.

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GERMAN GENERAL RELIEVED OF COMMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

GERMAN GENERAL RELIEVED OF COMMAND; Reuter's correspondent at the Brit ish headquarters states that a certain German General who has been emula ting' the British i*aids has been reliev ed of the command of his division on the ground that he was sending- out too many patrols and losing too many mi'en.

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Hospital Ship Sunk NO TRACE OF THE MISSING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

NO TRACE OF THE MISSING. (Reuler's- Service). LONDON. Thursday. ' .There is no trace of the missing hos- ! pital ship Glenart Castle, which was! sunk in the Bristol Channel. II- is tfeared that they have perished. [ ' Tlie Glenart Castle was torpedoed' outside of the declared German danger . zone, and the attack on her was a j ?5 breach of the German pledge nnl, lo ; sink hospital ships outside uf certain j v," clearly defined limits. j

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IMPORTANT BRITISH RAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

IMPORTANT BRITISH RAIDS. Field-Marsha! Haig reports: English troops successfully raided near Gon 3iellievv inflicting considerable casual 't»es and taking- prisoners. The Dor-' sets, Manchesters. Lancashire^, and ? Scots, in last night's raids, outside of i and southward of Houthulst Forest.! penetrated to a depth of 1200 yards, j %?£*;< taking prisoners and indicting a large ! ?%£'vp. number of casualties. There was hos- j ' ^ tile artillerying at St. Quentin and Ar-1 mentieres, and on the Zonnebeke ruad. I

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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

MUSIC. Miss l;na -Pick-haver announces that she is* now teaching pianoforte and ^theory in the Alhambra Buildings.

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O'CONNOR OPERA COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

O'COXNOR OPER A COW \ N"V Mi*.' D. B. O'Connor will present his well-known and talented, combina tion at tlie Town Hall, Port Pine. OJ1 Moutlay kind. Tuesday.. March 11 and' 12, for lt two nights' season only. Two famous J } C. Williamson comic operas are to be staged-''So Lous: Letty" and "High Jinks." The music ol'''Sjo Long Letty" is 'amon gst the brightest of all the latter day operas, and all its well-known numbers' will he rendered during Uhc performance. The operas will be staged complete in every detail], by the O'Connor Opera Company. Box plans will be on view at Slater's op I ening at 10 o'clock on Wednesday | morning-,' a!;d no extra, booking tec I will be charged.

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SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAID. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

V SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAID. Field-Marshal Haig' reports: We .successfully raided trenches at Green land Ilill. northward of the Scarpe River, and positions on the southern portion of Houtliulst Forest. We took "i-'i prisoners, with four machine suns. Field-Marshal Haig; in a later avia tion report, says: We bombed a rail way station eastward of Lille and oth er targets. We brought down one enemy machine. All our machines re

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The War. The Western Front BRITISH AERIAL WORK. LONDON, Thursday. (Reuters Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

The Western Front BRITISH AERIAL WORK. LONDON, Thursday, ('lieuters Service). Field1 Marshal Haig, in an aviation j.-eport> says : Tbe wind favored the Germans. We carried, .cut long dis ta'nce reconnaisances and* took many photographs. We dropped four tons of bombs on a railway siding at Courtrai Junction,* between Dourai and Valenciennes, and aerodromes at .Dourai- Severe air Sighting pccurred We brought down 15* enemy, machines Eight ot ours are missing. We ?dropped halt a °* bombs last flight on ;barracks and railway stat ions at Treeves. l>urs:.j were ob served at the gasworks and the sta tion. Wc also* dropped one and a half tons ofi bombs on an aero ?drome at 3Ietz with good results. , W e brought down one>, enemy: machine. : All our machines returned.

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"Mountain Dew" A GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. CASINO—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. -CASINO--TO-NIGHT. Tho.se La search of a thoroughly gen uine evening's pleasure will find the great Triangle program to he .screen ed at tli-'* popular Casino to-night up to the % .tv highest standard. It- in cludes one of the famous Triangle Co's. greatest star successes, entitled "Mountain Dew," a picture .with one of the straigbtest,..whitest and strong est appeals for those wiio love a real drama of life. The story is one ol' * thrill and romance and is .justly claim ed to be a veritable rival to the famous i picture "The Flame on the Yukon." It j features one of the prettiest women i seen on the screen to-day, Miss Mar-' gery Wilson, whose fame as an actress is known throughout the English speaking world. She. is ably assisted ;by America's picture idol. Charles Gunn. whose acting in "Mountain Dew" has placed him 011 the topmost rung of 'the ladder of fame. A most thrilling light is introduced into the great drama A mail crashing smash of musele and 1 br...

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