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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

W. F. WELLS! & CO., Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Bur Selection of Ilea's Suits for Quality, Variety,, Cut and fiztisti, && Tailor-Made, cannot bs beats* is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Prices. We are continually opening up New Seaaan'a Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Tiea, &e. s Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assort&d in all Lines. These were bougSt many months a go to arrive, and are at the present time much be low tfee market value, . " W. F. WELLS & CO. 1A35EXAHDBE-STEEET, EOBT P1RIE. 8. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. Ladies' Washing and Ready - to - Wear Hats, 5/11 to 7/ii; now 3/ii each. Women's Gottou Vests, i/3 each. Black Cotton lloso, lid., ilja., 1/3 pair. Dainty Flower Posies, 1/6 for 83d. Black Ball Mending, worth 1/3, for 10Jd. Girls' Navy Bloomers, ?with calico bodice, worth 3/6\ no...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1918. A GOOD RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

Publisfted Daily. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1918. A GOOD B4IN. Steady rain continued throughout Monday nighty and) tyy 8.30 o'olock yesterday morning 107 points1 had been registered at tho iPoit. Pirie (Post Office. The weather cleared yes terday morning, an& the rest o£ the day was fine and cool.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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ARMISTICE ACCEPTED. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

ARMISTICE ACCEPTED. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. A German ofTieial - message stated that tlie Rumanians accepted the ar mistice conditions offered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

DANCE. , The, VIOLET QUADRILLES will; hold a WEEKLY DANCE in the OPERA MALL throughout- the season, starting; TO-NIGHT (Wednesday) at 8 o'clock. Good Music, Good Floor. Mrs H. Simp son pianist: C. J. Anderson M.C. La dies, Gil.: Gents, i/G (plus tax). W. MURPHY, Secretary. Having SOLD my CARRYING BUSI NESS, I wish to THANK my numerous Customers for past patronage, and | hope continuance of same to my sue-i cessor, Mr W. A. NORTON, who has retained my services. Orders entrust ed to me will receive my personal at tention. A. W. FITZGERALD, Port Pirie West. I PORT PIRIE SOAP AND CANDLE WORKS* are Buyers nf SKINS. HIDES, TALLOW, FAT, HORSEHAIR, WOOL, &c. We Guarantee You Highest Market Value for Them. We can give you Better Pripps than any other Firm. New Store: Mary Ellie Street. ANDREW MOUNT, Manager. WANTED, Good General. Apply to Federal Hotel. LOST, a .Starting Handle for Buick Car.' Reward on return to Laver's Garage. wtf |WANTED, a Woman to do Washing. Apply Family Hotel....

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SOLOMONTOWN' PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

SOLOMONTOWN' PUBLIC SCHOOL. Mr. Gao. Charlesworth writes /.V-Xu my communication to you yesterday the numbers were inadvertently om itted. I would esteem it a great fav or if you would state that 33 pupils qualified for admission to the High. School out of 38.

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TURKISH REPRESENTATION. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

TURKISH REPRESENTATION. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. Router's correspondent at Amster dam says that a message from Con stantinople states that the Grand Viz ier, has gone to Bucharest to t-ake part, in the peace negotiations Willi Ru mania.

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THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

THE SALVATION ARMY. lo-night in tliq Salvation Army Hall the Gorpa Cadets vail give . a program of music and song, assisted by the Songsters and Band. The ad mission is by silver: coin. Refresh ments "will be served at the close.

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PEACE OR WAR? (Reuter's Service). PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

BE AGE OR WAR (Router's Service). ?BARIS, Tuesday. The Jassy correspondent of Le Tempts says that- General Avercscqu, the .Rumanian Premier, declares he is determined not to sign ai peace-at any-price treaty. If the terms are ?unacceptable Rumania, will see the utility of an extreme resistance, and it might! cost 2the, Central iPowqrs dear. He adds : ''It -will sbbrtly >1:9 pea'oe or war." .

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

PERSONAL. Ths Majtow (Mr. A. B. Forgan), iu , his report, to the Townj Council OH. ? Monday, might stated, that while be was away recently it jWas annouui-cd that Lieutenant H. Neale, had been awarded the Military Cross. . Tho ; matter had only just come under hps ' notice. Although. Lieut., Nealej M.G., 1 was perhaps not known to all the | members :o£ the Council, the Bensley ( family with which ho was connected was so well known in Port Pirie that lie thought it was his duty-and a very , pleasant du|ty-to mention in the Council that Mrs. Xeule's hus band had been awarded the Military Cross. - The Hon. J. IIj Howe celebrated his 79 th birthday on Monday. Many < happy returns. Mr. J. A. Milburn, who lias been, at Port Adelaide for several years, has been appointed locomotive foreman in the Ka'ilways at Poiqt iPirie.

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Rumania Decides for Peace NEGOTIATIONS WITH CENTRAL POWERS. (Reuter's Service). JASSY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

NEGOTIATIONS WITH CENTRAL POWERS. (Reuter's Service). JASSY. Monday. The Rumanian Crown Council, with the King- presiding-, decided to repiy to the eneiny ultimatum .received on March 1 that Runfania lias decided to enter into peace negotiations -with the Central Powers. Negotiations will open shortly «i£ Bucharest.

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Piles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

Piles. ! Anyone who has suffered from this complaint knows the misery that it causes. Even the operations that the j sufferers subject themselves to, in many'cases, fail to relieve this condi I tion. By using- NUJOL, however, many people have secured much appreciated j relief. The regular use of NUJOL, which acts as an internal lubricant, makes straining unnecessary and pro-, tects the sensitive surface of the bow els by rendering the waste matter less irritating and poisonous. For one suf fering from piles, NUJOL is certainly a common-sense treatment for him to follow, and if there is anything that can afford relief from this most dis agreeable and painful coBdition it is; certainly well worth a trial, and so sure are the manufacturers of NUJOL that its use will afford relief that they urge you to try their product at the first opportunity, they not being inter ested in your first purchase, but- feel l sure that the first will lead to many t more. NUJOL is manufactured by the Stand...

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SOUR STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

SOUE 'STOMACH. This is a mild form ftf indigestion. Eat slowly, masticate your food tho roughly, and take one of Chamberlain's Tablets just after supper, and it may j be avoided. Sold everywhere.

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BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

BOARD OF HEALTH. The Inspector reported: Disinfection: Three houses have been disinfected. Ambulance: The ambulanee was disinfected on 25/2/18. Inspector's Notice: One notice has been served during the fortnight. The time limit has not yet expired. Two owners have been interviewed re «minsanitary conditions, and th,-v !'?vr- promised to put the matter !" hrmd at once. Tn?n«ctinns: Inspections of shops, markets, bakeries, etc., have been > Visits have been made re re newal of licences. Drain: One drain has been cleared. rioyle'K sentic tank is connected Tip ready for inspection by Centra! Bojird of Health. Septic tank at the Central !vjs been partly emptied. The Ex change Hotel has fitted in floors of three.closets and cemented them, and pans have been supplied.

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SANITARY SYSTEM AND PUBLIC CONVENIENCES. ACTION BY THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

SANITARY SYSTEM AND PUBLIC CONVENIENCES. ACTION BY THE COUNCIL. In the course of his r0pcrt at Mon-i day night's "meeting o' the Town Council, the Mayor (Mr. A- 15. For-; g-an) stated that tke Woivs Commit tee had gone into the question ot the sanitary system. 'ih^ Committee had visited. the depot th^t morning, and tha Town Clerk would bring for ward a numbsi; oi recommendations which, ha belioved, would help a" great tiisat to do away with the dread | ful alnell from the pans. The. Coun [ cdl would also have brought before ; it recommendations for the erection ' of public convenien ce in the Ceniralf [ {Perk and oito ne&r the iPolicq station. ' The "Town Clerk (Mr. E. E. Gar . rett) read the Works Committee's re-< . port, which stated : . | The Works Committee met oa Feb-.; 3-uary 18, fPreeent : The Mayor and Gra. Freoman, Palmer, Taylor an i Goode. 1.-Re public conveniences : Resolv od that it be a recommendation to ! the Council thatt public conv'eiiiences be e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

^aMy8ttaggj8sa(Baw»wwBBfc«Hjaa8ay"-^'i-iu',ri aBBBana«« it \¥ WOvV CM, ri«ot« ancS Shoes "TWO PAIRS FOR THE PRieR OF ONK." See for. Yourself:) Briny ?Fath^J£M©tfce£r: in fact, brin^ ibe Whdle Family. -We Can-Mi-You fili al H,alf,Pri$e. SEltOUa WINDCtWBanC^?!w|$e. ' Space -frill Mt^aU^'cw-fo-wmi^Utb^'^M^j^UundT^s*£X Barjoijis; ibut We; Quote Thew «lb a F<^Sairi£l»~ 206 P.^^:'©r^D£S3^ M<&: -6RADB'&^ mostly; size; ^. aaji:,",,, La Jio'tV'0ofevP^:;tJS«aUy: :so^-s«id.er, 25/.:fco 35/.. You see:"tbefiii ' OUR' PRIGS: 14/9; Not pap^WBtTT.'.".. ... Our Hti«e>C^pleti£yiHurt and Insuit«U"«i the Rulli of tiie EVERY PAIR IN;T^EmSTOM^EDU^ GOINa AT. HALF; PRICE. GENTSC Wc®d?srfuL;Off«iiy"at 14/P . _,. ^THE .SALg: EVERYBODY JS WAITING FOR." "STAITE," THE LIVELY .BOOTMAN, SAYS ^AliE.1"- HB-MEANS IT. IT'S St>2tfE 8ALB.' GET BUSY. Di-iipeiryf Emporium HAVE YOU' 3BE^TM;NE#;kA0IOTH DRAPERY STORE??' A Viait'Will be Appreciated. BARGAINS i IN OUR ; SHOWROOM DIV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

A SENSATIONAL STAR PICTURE. > T©=riigtit - -OASiMO ' VITAGRAPH'S GREAT SOUTHERN' ROMANCE. A Startling Tale of a Southern Revolution. 5000 FEET OF THRILLING AND PULSATiNSo SCENES. BOOO FEET. A POWERFUL EXPOSURE OF THE DREADFUL CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. FALSELY ACCUSED OF MURDER AND SENTENCED TO DEATH. TREMENDOUS BATTLE SCENES. "SOLDIERS OF CHANCE," a Great Sensation. FLATHB&DS AND FLIVVERS, A Convulsing Comedy Boom. To-Night THE STOLEN BRIDE, A PoweMull 1000ft. Drama. FRAGMENTS FROM FRANCE. Bairnsfather's Great Cartoons. : Casino : THE LATEST WAR GRAPHIC. Gaumont'6 Glorious Pictorial. To-Night BLiQHT Brothers Licensed Land Brokers . . - (Under Real Properly Act, ISSG), REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. Money to Lend t | |i fT|j 1 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....

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SPORTING. (Notes by "Churinga.") [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

SPGRTSNG. (Notes by "Churinga.") Large fields are promised at Bala klava to-day, and the class of horse competing will be much superior to the usual custom. Selections are as follow: HANDICAP HURDLES. COMMON KING or RYTOL. MAIDEN PLATE. BATTLE QUEEN or LADY LOSSIE. WEROCATA HANDICAP. ?: LA BOISELLE or BARACOON. K TRIAL STAKES. . .BATTLE QUEEN or COKIMBO. RAILWAY HANDICAP. ANTONBRIDGE or MARIE CAROLA JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. 1IARDRELLY or COMMON KING. FLYING HANDICAP. ANTONBRIDGE or KILLARNEY ROSE. WELTER HANDICAP. MISS RESTFUL Or LA BOISELLE. Quit© a stir was raised at the Milli cent races last week after King Binnia had won the Hurdle Race, and whether the owner of .Sherwood Forest can prove his case, i.e., that Kins' Binnie had run at an unregistered coursc in Victoria, remains to be seen. To give him an opportunity so to do the en quiry was adjourned until March 15, and in the meantime the stakes have been withheld. It is rather an interesting position, as W. R. Cross, who' trains the...

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CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. An antiseptic liniment, especially valuable for cuts, bruises, burns, sprains, swellings, lame back and rlieumatisin. Sold everywhere.

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Big Advance in Palestine TWO MILES ON 12-MILE FRONT. (Reuter'e Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

TWO MILES ON "li-MILE FRONT. (Reuter'e Service). ' LONDON, Monday. A Palestine official message says: We advanced northwards to a maxi mum depth of 3000 yards-on'a front of 12 miles astride and westward of the Jemsalem-Nablush road ."We met with little oposition..

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"SO LONG LETTY." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

"SO LONG LETTY." "So Long- Letty" is too well known to need much mention in our columns. Whoa recently staged at Her Majesty's Theatre, Sydney, it proved a tremen dous success. There are some eatc-hy and beautiful numbers contained in the opera which are already well known to lovers of go.od- comic opera music. The company appear at the Town Hall for two nights only, staging- "So Long Letty" on Monday. March 11, and "High Jinks'-' on Tuesday, March 12. Mr I). B. O'Connor will present the opera by special arrangement with J. C. Williamson Ltd. "So Long- Letty" is a matrimonial mix-up wherein two friends agree' mutually to exchange wives for one week only as a test. Be fore their terms are- up they are glad to sneak home to their original "worse halves," and- all ends satisfactorily. In fact, the opera, while quite startling at times, finishes up with a moral which may be calculated to do good to dis satisfied husbands and wives. Box plans are on view at Mr Slater's after {0 o'clock t...

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