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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

DEATH. REYNOLDS.--On the 2(Hh February at ilie Port Pirie Hospital, William Henry Reynolds, the beloved husband of Sarah A. Reynolds, in Jiis GOth year, lefiving a wife, six daughters and one son to mourn their sad loss. A patient sufferer at rest. IN MEMORIAflff. EMMETT.-In loving memory of dear Jack, who died at Port Pirie Hos pital on March 5, 19i.7. In tiie bloom of life death claimed him, In the pride of his manhood days; None knew him but to love him, None spoke of his name but in praise. -Inserted by his mate, R. Sandow. EMMETT-In loving memory of my dear friend Herbert John (Jack), who died at Port Pirie March 5, 1917'. No one knows how much I miss him; Friends may think the wound is healed, But they little know the sorrow Deep within my heart concealed. My thoughts they often wander To a spot not far away, Where they laid my dear friend Jack Just one year ago to-day. -Inserted by his loving friend Amy. BRACKENRIDGE.-In loving mem ory of our dear daughter and sister Isabel M...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LARGE OPERATIONS PRESAGED. (Published in The Times) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

LARGE OPERATIONS PRESAGED. I (Published in The Times) .LONDON, Sunday. Mr. Perry Robinson, The Times cor respondent at BritisTi headquarters, jstates that the liveliness oi the; Ger. mans appears disconnected, neverthe less anch; incident^ usually' plreface large operations. The snow has dis. .appeared, but the weather is* still, dull and threatening. -

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1918. HEALTH OF THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

Wt£ Published Daily. TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1918. HEALTH OF .THE TOWN. The Health Officer (Dr. 0. Leitcb) .reported to last night's meeting oi ? the Local Board of Health, that three cases of an infectious nature wete re ported durtnsr the, last fortnight, two ' being of enteric and one of diphtheria. The Inspector (Major Leonard) stat ed that all thfj cases occurred in Wes/fc ward.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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FRENCH TRIBUTE TO BRITISH. LONDON, Mondy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

FRENCH TRIBUTE TO BRITISH. | LONDON, Mondy. Reuter's correspondent in Paris says the special correspondent at the front of the newspaper Le Temps pays a high tribute to the British army. He save: ''Those who come in contact with its various continents note the extra ordinary morale of these troops from all parts of the world. The solidity of their defence, their, confidence in their leaders, the comparative comfort of their quarters, and the abundance and variety of their food are equally im portant factors in this happy state of mind."

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A NICE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

A NICE RAIN. After a fair spell o£ seasonably warm weather, trie clouds rolled up yesterday morning and, rain commenc ed to fall ait, about 11 o'clock. From then; ore until midnight showers fell at intervals, and it looked as if we. were in for a wet night- Tho fall will freshen up the gardens. Up till five o'clock 32 points* were registered at the post-office.

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GALLANT AUSTRALIANS. ENEMY SCATTERED LIKE CHAFF. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

GALLANT AUSTRALIANS. ENEMY SCATTERED LIKE CHAFF. LONDON. Monday; How the Australians repulsed a raid Avas characteristicallp brilliant. A ter was characteristically brilliant. A ter by a party of 200 Germans, many of whom were English-speaking. The principal point of attack was a little post, the garrison of which put up a most valiant defence. Nevertheless, the enemy carried the post and pressed on to company headquarters, where a counter attack, organised by the plaa toon commander, irresistibly bore down upon the Germans, who were scatter ed like chaff. During the raid there were a num ber of English-spoken calls for help. One carne from the ofllcer who com manded the raiders, and he was ulti mately found dead. When the position was restore 25 enemy corpses were found hanging on our barbed wire. Our casualties were very slight. Another smaller raid against the Australians utterly failed owing to the losses inflicted on the enemy.

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"The Message of the Mouse" A BIG GOOD FEET STAR SENSATION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

"The Message of fe Mouse" A BEG 600C ?EET STAR SSWSA . Tiojy. CASINQ TO-NIGHT. r - A picture feha:t has created a world | wide .sensation,, entitled "The Message of Mio Mouse," comes to C^sinoi to " night in. fclie midst of amagnificent ' program which should; prove very popular ? wit>h .patrons of, this much favored resort. "The Message of the Mouse" is a 6,000ft. Yitegraph triumph, and features that charming and most graceful actress Miss Anita Stewart.. It 'deals with a highly sen sational story of diplomatic intrigue in5 which a brave girl holds the des tinies *" a nation in her i; a rids. It is a remarkable story of the present great war. During the past week it has shown to crowded audiences at 'Vest's theatre in; ;}IcIbourne, and .should' prove one of the finest pic-' lures seen in Port iPirie -for a long while- ! A capital supporting' program vrill be. shown in addition to the h g 6000 feet sta'r, anil it includes the follow ing excellent pictures- - Series No 13 of the g...

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IN TOWER DUNGEON. EX-MAJOR ROBBED HIS REGIME[?]T. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

IN TOWER DUNGEON. EX-MAJOR BOBBED HIS REGI ME JT. The remarkable career of an ex major o£ the Lancashire Regiment t was unfolded before the Kecorder at the Old Bailey, when Erie Oscar Bart lett, 35, pleaded guilty to converting sums amounting,, .to £23S .to his own use. Sir, ,A. Bedkin, prosecuting, said that as president oE thq 'Regimental Institute prisoner kept the accounts, which -were sooni in serious disordea. A couqt of inquiry discovered that the sum mentioned had been with drawn from the funds by cheque. Be was gazetted out of the Army, then called up as a private and jsent to Salonika. iri the A.S.G., but was brought 'back to answer, these charges. Mr: Muir, .defending, ;said .that .pris oner could speak four languages,. wi s educated aV Yvestn-jinsteit ajnd Sand hurst, and Was the son of wealthy parents. * fie obtained a commission | as second lieutenant in 1901, but are signed' and wenti to Argentina. While there the war broke out, and he re turned to England with a reco...

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The Macedon BOAT TO BE WORKED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

The Macedon BOAT TO 3E WORKED. Tito sle-amer. .Maeeuoi: ha> h, en ly ing' at lite Proprietary Wharf .-i 11cw Friday uig-fil ior Uio purpose ''of ioatl ' in.fi a earjfo, but so far no men have pru^eaieu t!iL'iii;iOn us J or cni'pioyiuen L .;.«ui no worse has . been done, A moct ii-H' oJ w/i.-a-f laborers was hel.t at tiio A.W.A. Hall yesterday afternoon, how an-1 ausr its conclusion it be cumo Known in Khipplug wrotes that i;ien will be available to load the ship. I i :te eveuls ieadiug up to the trouble 'go back to the time when the-water side wori.ers wanted iwo inert employ ed on each hatch during discharging 1 operations by the ineehanicni eoarele ivfitors. Tliia was refused by the Com monwealth Shipping Board, and the {result was that a permanent gang was .employed for work on boats being- dis j charged by. the gantries. The Ataeedon i armed at Port Plrie reecntly, and her cargo of eeal was unloaded by Sie 'elevators, with these permanent hands doing- the trimming- and hatch ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

WOW ON. NOW Oft. "TWO PAIRS F0R TH.B PIUGS OF ONE." , S«e fer Yeuftwif. linns' Fsther, Alether; in. fact, ' hrin# Uja Whole -Family. W« Can Fit Yon All at. Half Prle-e. SEE oun WINDOWS .AND RK WISE. Sfiaee will not sllew us to eauroerateWia Many RuBdrc<ls of B^rg-aiai, tout, W« Quete These as a Fair Sarnie-* 20(j PAlRis <si LADIES-' HIGH fcftADK SAMPLES, niautlj- siza 4 and 5, in Boots and, Shoos. Not oae pair URaallr sold unalty 2'v' ly 30/. Vou SM.ttt'em'. OUR PRICE: i-L/9. Not paper tuii:. S4O0O W#ftTK GLOIRQ AT fcALF PRICE, Our Ilafe a-tul Complete, Stoei is Complftteiy Hurt and Incited a{ ffee Ruth leas and Indiscriminate marking of the "R0D PBLXaiL." EVERY PAIR IN THE gTORK RKDUCKD ANU GOING AT HALF PFUGE. GENTS. S&e Our Woudwftii OfTeilas at 14/1'. "THE SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING FOR." "STAITE." THB LIVELY' BOOTMAN. SAYS "8ALR.", HB'MKAXS -IT. , IT'S SOME SALE. ^ ' GET BUSY. IIAVK YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE! A Visit Will be Appreciated...

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BACK TO THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

BACK TO THE TREKCKE ~ .Mrs W. H. Sard, uf Soiomontowti, ^'ends us Hie following verses wriU'-ri by i;pi. Carson alter "Blighty" leave: Buck Lu Liie land of trenches, ii.ick k> the land of load, Httcfc to (lie land where heroes die, Back to tile' land of the dead; Back io where I he big- fcaiiis rattle; And tho shropnel flies abou!. Back where the rifles crackle And intilos are "countcd out1'; Hack to a land uncivilised, And-well Back to Hell! Hack to llie fend of horrors, Back to the' land where they kill. Back to the land of 9.2's, ij;vck where men lie still; Back io lite awful earn aye And tho ruins of many a. farm. Back where the whiz-bang and sniper Fif! one with alarm: Back lo the iand uncivilised, And-well . Back to Hell! Back to the. land of devils. Back to the land of blood, Back to the land of unknown periis, Back to the laud of mud; Back to the land of liquid fire. Where lI.E.'s rend and sever. Back to the land of poisonous 5-ras, Whttrf; machine guns ra I We ever: IJac...

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A MEAN THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

A OT EAPi sHErT. Captain Cobb, Purl Pine !)i;;n:),uvr of; Uio Speacer's Gull' .-stevedoring Com pany Limited, writes: A contemptible ease of theft took place on Saturday'night from the am bulance shod belonging to Hie Spcn-: cer'ft Gulf Stevedoring Co. Lid. and: placed i» the KcderaJ Dock. Tiie am-) hulanco. was provided some year.* ago;1 Ivy -the company for the. bene'iil oi.llie.i. waterside workers, unci as it was. ne cessary to keep the key in a place where anyone could get, .it, it was placed at the back of a glass panel, with instructions to break the glass lo obtain the .key to unlock the shed, on Saturday night someone broke the glass, obtained ttie key, unlocked the lock, and stole the ambulance, le.-ving the shed open. I would be nujch obliged if you would give this matter publicity in your papaer.

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SUNDAY PICTURES. THE RECENT DEPUTATION. PROTEST BY TOWX COENCIL [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

SUNDAY PICTURES. O THE RECENT. DEPUTATION. PROTEST BY TOWX NORVRRI. At a meeting of flu; Town Council i . last niirlit Gr. Hopkins moved Unit ;i j committee be formed to frmm a series j of objections to the reiinost of a recent deputation to the Premier to stop j Sunday pictures at Port Pirie. point iinjr out the Council's attitude towards ! the question. The Council had object- r j oil lo a previous Government, which j [had agreed not to put the Act into | force as regards Port Pine. ]|. was j iuly rijrht that the present Premier j -Mr Poake) should have the views of t !!". Council before he came to a de jclsion. Cr. Freeman seconded the motion, 'which was carried, Cr. Taaylor bemjr .the nr,!y dissentient voter. i Crs. Goode, Freeman. Geddes' and Hopkins were appointed to comprise | the committee.

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Enemy Atlacks on British INTENSE BARRAGES, (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

INTENSE BARRAGES, (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. ReSier'g correspondent at British headquarters states that between St Queiitia. and Polygon Wood there were six enemy raids on Frid*ay, night,, al so two enemy, attacks. Particular feature® of the! raids were the inten sity of the enemy barrages 'and the promptitude and volume of our own artillery in response, vt}ie almost ex clusive use of rifle for repulse, and ;the, disinclination of the picket! Ger man troops; to press homo the; attack. 'Che (biggest attack occurred, against ithe Portuguese on a front of three thousand yards, between I-abtissee road and Fauguistart, in which a whole enemy battalion assaulted after B whirlwind .bombardment. . Fierce hand to hand fighting occurred, but the dasihingj Portuguese caught the enemy and is still at grips in the : " trenlchas.

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LADY SWIMMER FAINTS. A) TIMELY RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

LADY SWIMMER FAINTS. .A) TIMELY RESCUE. During the progress of the Girls' 50-Ynrd swimming match at the I'o: 1 i'ii'ie Regatta oil Saturday Miss Nel son, one ot the competitors, was seiz ed with a fainting fit, and calling out, "I'm -doiie," suddenly went und er. Mr. Roy Mutton was swdnmiinj in the vicinity and he at osice> went to t;'w-*gir]'s assistance, and succeed ed in keening) her afloat until a ihoat arrived on the' scene and took the young lady aboard. She was brought . ashore and restoratives applied, and was soon lilt Us the worse1 for hzr misadventure, which, but-' for Mr. Mutton's prompt action, might have I had a fatal termination.

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SUCCESSFUL AIR RAIDS. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

SUCCESSFUL AIR RAIDS. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. The Admiralty states^: Our aero planes successfully raided peaplane aheds at Ostend. A number of hits were obtained' from ao\ altitude of 150 to 300 feet. Tliree direct hits were also? joHtained on aa anti-air craft battery in the vicinity. All our machines returned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

W. F. WELLS m CO., Glothiiig and Bool Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'SJIVEAR. Oar Selection of Sen's St&a for Quality, Variety, Cut »nd 'Finish:, Tailor-Made, cannot be beatca i» the Commonwealth. Many lines still at OFd Pri^a. We are continually opening up New Season's Gooda in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &a. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were boughb many months ago to arrive, and are at the precent time much be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. AEEXANDEB-STREET, POST PIKIE. S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., FORT PIR/E Ladies' Washing Ready - to - Wear Hals, o/ll to 1/11; now 3/11 each. Women's Cotton Vixst-s, J/3 each. ' Blaclc Cotton Hose, 7£d., liJd., 1/3 pair. Dataty Flower Posies, 1/6 for SJd. Black Ball Mending, worth 1/3, for 10Jd. Girls' Navy Bloomers, with calico bodice, worth 3/6: now 1/11 - Girls' Trimmed Hats. 5/U to 8/11,...

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A PATRIOTIC PRELATE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

A PATRIOTIC PRELATE. Cardinal Farley, an Ameri.oaii_ Rom an Catholic prelate, writes : "Nine teen hundred, and eighteen must bo tlie nation's year. From present in dications it will he another, ye;*-? of war-another year of trial and test of the present generations of Ameri cana. Not fptily the strong young men and nolv'; young women' in active service, but every citizen must sub ordinate hisj- personal and private* in terests with generous, self-sacrifice :for the. common good., This will b<> a year of great import in our national life. It will be a year of struggle, a year of sacrifice in many homos, perhaps a year of sorrow. Neverthe less it will he a happy new year for this nation, a happy new year for th$3 world, if during if from the furnace of war the ideals lor which, the world has been suffering shall emerge in all ?their golden beauty. Individual hap piness and peaco of 60ul at this time can only be found in such service as the individual's opportunities affo...

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THE POLICE STATION CELLS. LEGAL ADVICE TO BE SOUGHT. WITH VIEW TO PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

THE POLICE STATION CELLS. LEGAL ADVICE TO BE SOUGHT. WITH VIEW TO PROSECUTION. "Nothing has been clone to amend tin: insanitary conditions at the police station cells," reported the Health In spector (Major A. Leonard) at the meeting of the Local Board of IlealllL last night. Cr. Goode asked what was going to be done in the matter. Cr. Warren: Have not two notices which have expired been served on the Sergeant of Police? . The Inspector said that he had serv ed one on the Sub-Inspector. . The Town Cleric (Mr E. E. Garrett) reported that a notice had also been [served on Sergeant Bond. This had expired on February 26. Cr. Warren: And has nothing been done? The Inspector reported that nothing had been done to the cells up tilt that morning. (jr. Warren moved: That the solicitor to the Corpora tion be instructed to advise, and if possible take proceedings, for the insanitary condition existing at the 1'olice Station; and that the Chief I Secretary be written to forwarding j copies of b...

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Land Deals Commission GRANGE FARM. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

LanJ Deals Commission i GRANGE FARM. ADELAIDE, Monday. Mr N. Webb, sitting as a Royal Com missioner, to-day enquired into the purchase of the Grange Farm at Mit-; chr.m by the Vaughan Government. | Jfr Clarence Goode, M.P., who was! Commissioner of Grown Lands whens the property .was secured, was allow ed to take notes and cross-er-imine witnesses. Interchanges occurred be tween Sir Richard Butler, who gave evidence, and Mr Goode. Sir Richard Butler said he was Commissioner of Crown Lands: when the Grange Farm was first offered to the Government. Mr Addison, of El der Smith, submitted it as part of the Mortlock Estate. A report from the Land Board and Sui'vcyor-General re commended its purchase at £70 an acre. . Mr .Goode: Was it taken to Cabi net? Sir;Richard: I think it was, and that Mr Parsons recommended Wyles and Co. as a firm that would make a check valuation. They fixed the value at £40. The Government then dropped it. We had not got that town planning craze to the same exten...

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