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

DESPONDENCY. Is oflon caused by indigesiion ana constipation, and quickly disappears . when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken j For sale everywhere. [ I

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE LYDEAIWORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

THE LYDEAIWORE FUND. 1 Previously acknowledged . £2i 5 .* J. Skehan 0 2 0 C. Hones 0 2 0 Mrs C. Geddcs 0 10 D T.V.I f 0 2 G Once Again 010 X.Y.Z 0 2 P. Price . - 0 .> A.E.P 0 2 P. 1>- Webb 0 :> C. Y. 11. Smith 0 5 Mr Clark 0 1 Pi'iend 0 I G. Saunders 0 1 A. Walther 0 1 H.C. H 0 1 A.J.C 0 1 J. G. Lewis and Sons .... 0 "> Cash . i> 2 S. \Y. i\o,->'r.s 0 2 A. UuClleUl 0 2 .1. Richardson 0 J M. Dodd 0 .1 Friend 0 1 C. How . . . 0 2 W. Werner 0 2 W. II. Walker 0 2 W. .1. Leonard 0 ."5 H. E. Le Leiviv 0 Ti R. Flett and Sou ...... 0 r> H. A. Pandery 0 2 Glias. Morgan 0 i> W. H.. .Skewes .. 0 2 S; Bartlett . t) 5 r .... 0 1 H. Lademan II. Morgan . . R. L. Watson Mrs T. Row " A. 0. Palmer Y Cottle, £1 worth drapery 0 5 0 5

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PROPOSAL BY RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

PROPOSAL BY RUSSIAN GOVERN MENT. A Vancouver message from London plates t'hat Ukraine deleg-ades are on .their way' to Brestlitovsk to sign the peace treaty which was concluded by Germany with the Ukrainian Hada.

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ARREST OF A SCHOONER. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

ARREST OF A SCHOONER. ADELAIDE, Friday. tlrcat interest was taken at 1'ort Adelaide to-day hi the arrest. of a schooner which was about to sail. An officer of tlie Admiralty Marshal's ollice boarded the boat tat-Birken head, and informed £he members oi the crew, in the* absence ot the cap tain, that lie placed the vessel -under a*f"est. lie presented the Warrant ana' summons, and aitur it had been perused attached it to the main mast. The usual procedure is to tack up a copy. In this instance? the masts be ing* of steel the papers were bound to the main mast with red1 tape. A lire broke; out on this schooner some months ago when ? she was ly ing at the Corporation Wharf. The vessel sank at her moorings, an"*5 her stem "was badly damaged. She was .subsequently raised and reconstructed by' Messrs. McFarlane Brothers Cap tain 1). S. Cromarty supervising1 the work. The ar.vest has been made oil account ot! an unpaid account of £42 oH CapHain Cromarty.

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Boring for Oil at Wandearah A ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

I ' Boring for Oil at Wamkarah| A ROMANTIC STORY. A jLVystal Broo's syndicate,1 <n ! which l)r. Sinclair is the .leading s^n j it, is boring*, for5 oil, lit AYa'ndsarah. i Operations were started last week, on Mr. ' ioorge Davidson's estato,' and the bore is now down a considerable j depth, but so far without striking \ th<-' rock formation expected. j The story of the enterprise, as re | laled to 'us :by an old Yvaudearah resident, smacks' somewhat oi ro i mance. Many years ago, when the j Bow ma us leased t$ie whole of the country stretching * from Crystal j Brook to Baroota and "from Flinders I Range to the oast, boring for water | was started' during a droughty year. 1 One of the bores put down on the | property now held by Mr. Ueorire ; Davidson ' struck hard rock, after j i penetrating which for a few foot the j ! drill broke and. noLhimj better being j available boring v.a ) discontinue:!, j Samples of liquid, however, were ta'.t cn from ths bore, and, s...

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PROPOSED CLUB FOR PORT PIRIE. PROMOTION COMMITTEE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

PROPOSED CLUB FOR PORT P1RIE. PROMOTION COMMITTEE FORMED. A meeting was " held in the Institute Supper Room on Thurs day night last to discuss the I advisability; of/forming, a social club in I Port Pirie. The Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan) presided, and there were also present: Messrs G. Peake, \V. K. Mall yon. C. A: Degenhardt, A. Pimlott, E. D. Leahy, Rees Jones, A. Goodwin, \V. Lang. P. Ferxuin Jenkins, Captain P. Macmdoe and Ruthven K. Forbes (con venor) . The chairman, after statins the ob ect of the meeting-, said that the want of a club had been felt for a consider able time in Port Pirie. The question had been mooted a number of times, but they had never seemed to yet any [urilier forward. However, now that Mi- Forbes, whose energy was well known, had taken the matter up, their object might be achieved. Mr Forbes was to be congratulated on the fact that lie was endeavoring to get the townspeople to do something in the matter. .Mr Forbes said that a club was re quired in Port Pirie...

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THE TRENCH COMFORTS FUND. PORT PIRIE RAISES £237/2/11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

THE TRENCH COMFORTS FUND. \ PORT PIRIE RAISES £237/2/1 i. I /Port Pirie lias raised £237/2/11 to-j [wards the Ti*eneh Comforts Fund dur | ing the last few days. This is princi pally owing' to the energy and patriot I ism of Miss E. Sylvia Olsen, the local {secretary, and the Mayoress, Mrs A. B. 1 Forgan (president). The sum is made up of. £113/1/2 raised by street eol | lections aand £124/1/9 from the ' bazaar which concluded ill'the Town 'Hall on Thursday night. Those who worked so hard to make the effort the success it iias been are to be 'con gratulated on the s'plendid result achieved. Following is 'a list of the helpers at the. bazaar: Cool Drinks (iSth Battalion): Mes firnios Tucker. Brighton and Bouchef: .Misses K'imberley, R. Tucker, and V. Hanson. Sweets (27th Battalion) : Mesdames Forgan and Xeale; Misses Wurra, G. Bensley and R. Forgan. Bachelors' Stall (Artillery) : Misses Olsen, Bell and Woolnough. Fancy Work and Novelty (3rd Light Horse): Miss McEwen, Mesdames Os borne...

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

OLD AGE. Old age as it comes in the orderly process of nature, is a beautiful and majestic thing'. It stands fox* 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 general feeling of ill-health, despon dency and misery. This in almost every nstance is wholly unnecssary. One of Chamberlain's Tabules taken immediately aft<*r supper will improve 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 «?veywhere. ,

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

Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL IVIEN'S WEAR. Our Selection ol Mea's Suits for Quality, Variety > Cut and Finish, Tailor-Made, cannot be beatcB is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri-<jS. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Jtfen's Hats, Shirte, Ties, &e. Out Stoek ia Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low tie market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. AliEX ANDEE-9TEEET, POET PIBIE. S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS. BAThTaND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. STY I SALE NOW ON. Ladies' Washing and Ready - to - Wear Hats, 5/11 to 7/11; now 3/11 each. Women's Cotton vests. i/3 each. Black Cotton Hose, 7Id., HAd., 1/3 pair. Dainty Flower Posies, 1/6 for 8id. Black Ball Mending, worth 1/3, for 10id. Girls' Navy Bloomers, with calico bodice, worth 3/6: now i/11 - Girls' Trimmed Ilats. r&...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACE MEETING AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACE ftlEETINS AND SPORTS. j Messrs J. J. Madigan and W. J. Thompson .secretary and assistant secretary; have got out aa attractive program of racing events for St. Pat rick's Day. Kach year sees tiiis popu lar fixture growing in favor, and il now ranks as one of tin; hesl-nUended sports gatherings in tlie Stale outside the metropolitan area. The racing- pro grain includes a Trial Stakes. Pony Race (1-5 hands), St. Patrick's Day Handicap, Maiden and Handicap Trots, Pony Trot (14 hands}. Butchers' Derby, and Flying- Handicap. For all these events nominations will e-los»; on Tuesday next. March 5. In addition, IIiere is a Hack Race, a post- entyr svent. This is a program that is sure to find favor witii h'orseowners and sportsmen generally, and big entries are assured.

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Sunday Pictures DEPUTATION FROM CHURCHES. THE PREMIER SYMPATHETIC. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

Sunday Pictures DEPUTATION FROM CHURCHES. J TII:E PREMIER SYMPATHETIC. | ADELAIDE, Friday. This morning 3Uv Cole introduced a deputation to the Premier regard ing Sunday nmusementA ai (Port -Piriu The speakers represented- the Coun cil of Churches, whose represi ntatives asktd that- the provisions olj the Piae- ! es' of Public Entertainments Act be ' applied io Port Pirie, particularly i with respect to Sunday »-i;:tiii'e shows The speakers iiracd that" the exhibit ion oi pictures on Sunday evenings was having a detrimental elTeet on the' younger members of the commun- ! ity, and was entirely disapproved of bv a large proportion, of the resi-d- | . ( ents. ' i The lievs. K. W. Caust. Dr. Sey- , moiir, J. C. Hughes, J. E.* Creswell, . G. Gray, J. A. Paw son, Dr. .lohnson } L. A. Blaker, and .Mr.1 T. C. Simp son put the case for tfre? deputation The jPremier said he could not seo j wliv different rules should apply' to | Adelaide! and Port Pirie. He would j not give the controllings i...

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

Arc SHOWING TII15 WEEK a VERY FINE RANGE of 'i!ir Show of CURTAINS is considered G0013* We have LACE C T * R ^ _j~ TAiN.-r H'um i/G lo /»>>/ Pair, in splendid designs. « '.MASS LAWN and COLD MADRAS CURTAINS arc showing to Great*"5,"* Advantage. W« have a Very Fine Lot of CRETTONNES. Among the Designs are those suitable for Furnishing, or the Latest in Skirts. One line REVER SIBLE CRETTONNE, in Red or Green, at 2/J1 yard. A Very Pretty Cret tonno (reversible) at 4/6 yard. If you are desirous of RK-GOYEIUXG your DOWN QUILT for 'the win i"-r, see our Selections of FLORAL SATTEENS, just the thing for the i>ur Wo have a few Very Dainty Lines' in 1AP CREPE, which make up very jTt'Uily for Ivirnonas, Dressing Jackets, etc. There are MANY OTHER LINES to INTEREST YOU at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The Big House where the Values are. ROBT. RETT & SON, Wa tell makers, «jew@f!iers9 and Opticians. ELLEN STREET, POKT lJIltIE We kftve just Completed ? Eal&rging Our Skoj, and...

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SUNDAY NIGHT BAND RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

SUNDAY .NIGHT BAND RECITAL. The Jixcclsior Vice-rcgal Band,^ con ducted by Mr. .Goldic! Holmes, .will i give another5 of tlieir, entertaining J concerts on the Solomontoun Beach. ] to-morrow night, commencing at 8 o'clock}. Thes^ concerts have proved immensely popular,* and after the J ay arm -weather which has been exper-) ienced during the week an evening: of ] music1 on the beach should, draw a large crowd. |

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Japan SUGGESTED CAMPAIGN SN SERBIA. CO-OPERATION, OF ALLIES ASKED. WASHINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

UGGESTED CAMPAIGN SN SERBIA. CO-OPERATION; OF ALLIES ASKED. 4 WASHINGTON, Thursday. .Japan has directed inquiries to the Ententej and. the United4 States i to test their feelings towards a proposal to institute joint military operations in Serbia and save vast quantities of -war supplies' stored at Valdevistock and along- the Siberia'"! railway. There is criticism by' some for tile failure of the -Japanese to. play a bigger part in the war. It' is said .that tho reason for ihe> negotiations is that- there is' a danger of the stores falling into the hands of the Germanswho may mak£ a neacs treaty with the Bolsheviks condition ally on the5 stores baingt delivered tD the' Germans. The situation is regarded by Japan as warranting action on their part, but .Japan is- quite willing to aclpnt the co-operation of the Allies and (the United- States soi as to avoid the question of the* ultimate disposi tion 0f the occupied territory in Lib eria. '

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ANOTHER RUSSIAN DELEGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

ANOTHER RUSSIAN DELEGATION. ; Router's correspondent al. Amster <l»m st;itos Unit a messa.ue from Rerlin ; dated February 28 reports that ;i j P.ussian dfp'yation has arrived at Brest Litovsk. DEFENCE OF PE7ROGRAD. ! f\Vir,,|«,8'is Prf--s ' LONDON, Thursday. A Russian official message states that a proclamation by the Presidency of flic Central .Soviets and Committee of Defence at Petrograd declares that tii<" proletariat are or^anisin;-r ,l"> defence of the capital, which will have to resist a long siege, but wop't capi tulate until the last moment. The pro clamation urjrps alt flit! p-nducf'O" i> vinces to send food to Petrograd and J'nscnw, It aiso declares that troops must be organised and sent to the front without delay. FAIL.

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UKRAINE TO SIGN PEACE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

UKRAINE TO SiGN PEACE. LONDON, Friday. Eeuter'g correspondent at Tokio says the 'Japanese 1 Government is considering a scheme ot industrial mobilisation! for submission to the Diet. The Japanese Ambassador has postponed' his departure from Pet rograd as it« is believed the Russian Government- has made a new propos al. 1

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JAPAN AND CHINA MAY INTERVENE (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

[JAPAN AND CHINA MAY INTERVENE (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. Tin» Times correspondent at- Peking says Hint- Manchnrian, Siberian and Russian leaders held a meeting with the object of arranging- co-ordination to combat the Bolshevik activities in the Far East. Doubtless Prince Konds ohef. the Russian Minister, will con sult with the Allied Ministers regard ing their plans, and will invite Allied support. The situation in Siberia, east of Baikal, is. aattracting much attention. Fifty-thousand A ustro-Germans are fraternising' with the people in the cit ies. It is reported that the Bolsheviks armed (hern. It is a common belief here that. Ja pan. in conjunction with China, is ready tb intervene in the East and Siberia should Herman influence become su perior and Germany seek to embarass the Allies by activity in the Far East. ..The immediate problem is the preser vtaion of half a million tons of ammu nition arid supplies and materials which have accumulated a la "Viadivosl...

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The Labor Parly's Policy FEWER POLITICIANS ADVOCATED. PROHIBITION AN OPEN QUESTION ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

The Labor Parly's Policy Q , FEWER POLITICIANS ADVOCATED. PROHIBITION AX OPEN QUESTION - ADELAIDE, Thursday T,h6 Hon.5 <1. J eiley delivered! -the La bor policy speech to-night in the Town Hall before a large attendance He' opened, by referring to the ini . quity of tiiq present., franchise,, and ? advocated- adult suffrage. His ,L'ar i ty* favored a reduction in the num ber of members in tlic Assembly from 46 to 21 and a conseqfi&nt readjust ! >nent of the electoral toandaries to ponforin ii.o> those, of Lhe House ? of ! Representatives.' The interests of | i-axpaysrs would be hetiei' served by | a lesser number of politicians ade j quately paid. . Ho urged' the adoption of proport : ional representation ; compulsory en rolment ; joint Federal and \S.tate trolls, and bringing the 4 constitution | into line with that of the House of Commons, where, upon measure being passed' in the Commons in two separate sessions, the Lords must give- way. He proposed the a...

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MR VAUGHAN. WILL HE RETURN? ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 March 1918

MR VAUGHAN. WILL HE RETURN ? , ADELAIDE, Friday. It is believed' thatj Mr. Crawford Vaughan is' peeking election 'without returning to South Australia to take paii't in the campaign; . Some Nat ionalists arc inclined to' support the idea, but others are not, so iavorable j and think that Jlr.l Smeatoa should be selected for Sturt.

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UNREST IN CHINA. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

I NREHT-' (V CHINA. (Router's Service). LONDON, Saturday. Jieuter's rorre^ondenti at Shanghai states that) there are-indications that the situation in Siberia is- causing apprehension and unrest in China. The Central C.overnrount is preparing i to'reinforce the Chinese troops. '. A meeting of >;?hiuo-Russian raihvay authorities in d'cMna; decided io main tain the waking of the railways. The! Bolshevists are arming Austro Germaii prisoners to oppose Cossack forces forming in Manchuria.

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