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WHAT JAPAN MAY DO. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918
WHAT JAPAN _ MAY Count Ti;r.)ijclii (Premier of Japan), speaking at the opening nf the House' of Poors in January, said that Japan was deeply concerned because the in- i tornal_ disorder in Russia was spread ing lc the Far East possessions. "Japan," he said, "holds Iierself re spnsible ,for the peace of this part of the work!. If it was endangered Japan would not hesitate to take proper mea sures. Japan has unreservedly shared the resolve of (he Allies not to sheath the sword until an honorable pt-ace lias been secured." Three weeks ago the .Manchester Guardian published from Russia the lost. of further diplomatic correspond ence. including despatches from Kru pensky. former Ambassador at Tokio. In February. ID 17. Ivrupensky &lt;iabled to Petrograd in connection with the negotiations for China's enlrv into She war. Japan did not object, provided lhat- Japan's position at the peace con ference was safeguarded. .Japan, therefore, sought the Allies' agreement to Japan's desire...
JAPAN'S ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918
JAPAN'S ARMY. The; army oij Japan on a peace Not ing has' 225,000 effectives s>t all ranks. The war strength is: Firrft lino field army, about 11)0,000. Second' line, fully trained, aboul 980,0(0. Service in the army and navy is universal and' compulsory. Liability to'serve begins at the age or 17, and extends to the a'ge ot 40; but actual service commences at 20. Those capablq of bearing arms &lt;hre divided into two classes-the' "fit'' and the "absolutely til.'' The first line; men (Gemekit arc taken from the absolutely fit, so that 490,000 ot these men are ready now, and can ba ship ped at a moment's notice.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918
CRUELTY TO ?ANIMALS,. At. liie Police Court on Tuesday last, 'rtefore Messrs. H.5 Gr Symonds and (1. E. Creswell, A. Dufiield, of Wandeara'h West, was charged' by Oeorge Batten, inspector for the p~el vention of cruelty* to animals, with having5 ill-treated a brown niaro by working; it with four large sores on the .shoulders. He was lined XI and - coats,' £2/7/ in all. W. Ivain, of W.arnertown, was charg ed by Inspector Batten with having ordered his driver to wcr.k a> chestnut gelding suffering from a sore on the shoulder. l[g was fined- £1 -md costs £2^7/ in all. II. Richens, of Port &lt;>ern'ein, was charged 'by Inspector- Batten with bavino ill-treated a grey marc' by working it when it was suffering from a wound on the fetloeV tioai which blood was running. " lie was line 1 ?.CI and costs, £2/7/ in' all.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918
Are. 'SHOWING THIS WEEK u VERY FINE RANGE or Our Show of CURTAINS is considered GOOD. vx"" i.-.j,. i Ar- i.' »>j^ji>>rwV^ii>'VV\nu^VVXir1jiufvr1yi|^i TAJXS ironi i/G to -if>/ Pair, in splendid designs-. GHASS LAWN and COLD MADRAS CURTAINS are ' showing' to:. Orea**"5 Aiivanlaiji!. . " ' We have a Very Fine Lot of CRETTONNES. Ainongrthe Designs are ; Hitis:' suitable for Furnishing, or the Latest in Skirts. . One line REYER SIULE CRETTONNE, in "Red or Green, at 2/11 yard. A Very Pretty Crct touae (reversible) at -i/G yard. j . If yuu are desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT for (he win ter, see our Selections of FLORAL SATTEENS, just the thing for. the pur pose. We have a few Very Dainty Lines'in .IAP CREPE, which make up very jiivtlily for Kimonas. Dressing Jackets., etc. There are MAX\ OTHER LINES to INTEREST \0U at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The Big House where the Values -r- are. ROOT. FLETT & SON, Watchmakers, «JeweiIers9 and Opticians. - - ELLEN STREET....
NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING. LITTLE GIRL'S CLOSE CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918
&nbsp; &nbsp; NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING LITTLE GIRL'S CLOSE CALL. Doreen Gliddon, the ten-year-old daughter, of Mrs. W. J. Gliddon, of &nbsp; First Street, Pirie West, had a nar- row escape from drowning in the river at Solomontown Beach on Sat- urday afternoon. In fact, had it &nbsp; not been for the prompt action of a gentleman whose name Mrs. Glid- don has been unable to ascertain there might have been a triple trag- edy, for two other little girls were nearly dragged under as well. Mrs. Gliddon states that she allow- ed her little girl to go to the Beach &nbsp; with several companion for the pur- &nbsp; pose of learning to swim, on the un- &nbsp; derstanding that there were to be &nbsp; grown-up teachers present. The teach- &nbsp; ers, however, were not there, and &nbsp; &nbsp; the children went into the water. &nbsp; Little Miss Gliddon cannot swim, but she was with another' child ...
Enormous Captures GERMAN CLAIMS. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918
Enormous Captures GERMAN CWIIVIS. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Sunday. A German official message states : After a hard fight we captured tl'lcs ka'i, also Polozh. and Bo lausoff, and junctioned with our Polish divisions at Bobruisk. Austro-Germans enter ed Shmerika. Our captures up to now have l>ecn Ollicers 6S00 - Men 5700 Gum ^ 2-100 Machine Guns 5000 Thousands ct .vehicles, ,incliKling Motor Vehicles 1000 Armored C-ars 11 Rifles 12800 Locomotives 800 Railway Trucks. 800O ?a'nd a great quantity of artillery arrd munitions. Moreover we captured "at lleval : Men. 513 Guns 220 Aeroplanes 22 A further armigtiee lias- been grant ed to Rumania to enable her to con tinue peace negotiations.
THE ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918
THE ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. Messrs. Blight Bros, sue Ply us with I the following: noon quotations at the | Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday : | Block 10, b 28/3, s 28/6. J British Old, sales 40/4i. British New, b. 38/3, -s 3S/9. i Junction Con., b 10/9, s 10/10 i Junction North, b 21/3, s 22/ I Norths, b 61/3, s 62/ South Now, Li £10/1/-, s* £10/3/ South Paid, b £10/7/6, s £10/8/6 Wallaroo, b 57/9, s 58/6. Hampdens, sales, 25/3. Edna May, b 32/9, s 33/6. Edna May Battler Con, b lid, s 1/1 Edna May Centrals, b 14/1, s 14/5. Edna May Consol Cons, b 15/9, s. Edna May Deeps, sales 26/10J Zinc Corp (ordy), b 21 fib, s 22/H. Broken Hill, sales 72/6. 16/-.
EXEMPT NIGHTS FOR VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918
EXEMPT NIGHTS FOR \ VEHICLES. March 2-i, 25, 26, 27, 28. April.22, 23, 21, 25, 26. . May 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. .Tune 20, 21, 2£, 23.. 21. July 30, 21, 22, 23, 24., August IS,. 19, 30, 21, 22. September 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. October IS, 17, 18, 19-. 20. November' 14, 15, 16, 17, IS. December 14, 15, 16, 17, IS.
SOLOMONTOWN PUBL[?]C SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918
SOLOR/IONTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL. Mr Geo. Charleswortli, head teacher of the Solomoutown Public School, writes: An erroneous impression seems to be abroad that the 11 children who went to the High School from this school this year were the only ones who qualified to do so. Reference to the Education Gazette of December, 1!)J7, will show that out of - children who. presented themselves for exam ination to the High School, - quali fied. Why they did not attend after, qualifying is best explained by their parents. It "is a matter of deep regret to me that all who qualified did not enter the High School and take advan tage of the opportunities offered, but whether1 the children go to the High School or not is a matter not under my control, except so far as advice and persuasion go, and which I am sorry to say have this time failed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918
A REWTARKASLE STAR ATTRACTION. CASINO - To-night . CASINO YITAGluAPII'S. .EXCITING MASTERPIECE. THE MESSAGE OF THE An Intensely Sensational Story of Diplomatic Intrigue. 6000 FEET OF GRIM REALITY. 6000 FEET. FEATURING THE CHARMING ANITA STEWART. The Fataj'; Ring SERIES No. 13, "A DASH FOR ARABIA." Featuring the Fearless^ PEARL WHITE in another Adventure. Bliss The English Gazette A Laughable 1000ft. Comedy. Pathe's Great War Topical. TO'Night : : Casino : : To-Night ^SA* yi«n^v^ii|WA^vwrtAff'''VtAA!W^iv>>'^'. - BLIGHT Brothers Licensed Land . Brokers . - (Under Real Property Act, IStfti), REAL EST,ATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. Men@y to Lend ESTATES MANAGED; 'RENTS COLLECTED. Homes for Sale on Small Deposits Choice Selection. SURVEYS ARRANGED. ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS. SEVERAL TOWNSHIPS TO SELECT FROM. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, etc., prepared by Expert Con veyancer. OFFICE: ALEXANDER STREET. «? I THOMAS & MILLHOUSE LEGALLY QUALIFIE DENTAL SURGEONS. Painl...
PORT PIRIE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918
PORT PIRIE RIFLE CLUB. A series of competitions has befflx arranged in connection with "the above club, the first of which was fired re cently at the 200, and 300 yard ranges. -The conditions were two sighlers, eight shots; and the handicap limit was 77. Scores: 200 300 Yds. Yds. lie. Tl. Ansbury, W. 1!. Burden, \V. E. Burt, A. J.*\. Jose, A. E. .. Speers, I. J. . Staite, .T. H. . . i'llogben, J. R. . Brusnahan, W. . Jones, C. K. R. Phillips, J. II. Thoman. G. E. Slater, W. C. . Wen^C'l, II. .. Francis, E. J. . . Ofisson. A. . . . G:isll''s, J. . Furze. G. E. .. Gill. Colin . . . Pettnian, W. E. [Fiddanian, W. W. 39 38 38 35 37 31 36 33 35 32 34 28 4 3 r> 2 4 9 34 34 2 31 29 10 35 23 2 36 27 G 36 30 2 34 30 4 35 .29 2 26 26 28 24 27 20 26 25 31 15 15 14 8 24 0 17 14 31