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TRANSYLVANIA FRONTIER ADJUSTMENTS. AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
TRANSYLVANIA FRONTIER ADJUSTMENTS. AMSTERDAM, Thursday. .A! well-informed ^Vienna; quarter states that tlie Transylvanian fron tier adjustments generally mean pro tection of the Iron Gate and Petros zeni mines, in 'addition to ir.ilitary precautions. The economic 'demands particularly relate^to the. importation of petroleum, .and, agricultural produce (Facilities to Odesfea axe necessary ia order to safeguard the transport o£ grain supplies from. Odessa to. the Central Powers.
THE LYDEAMORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
THE LYDEAMORE FUND. Previously acknowledged .£32 0 3 .T. Churnside .. ....... 0 1 0 W. II. Thread^old 0 2 C G.R. .. .. .... .... .. i 0 0 Mrs lvellelt .. .. .. .. 0 4 0 A. J. Walker 0 5 0 W. Osborne .. .. .. .. 1. 10 E. Francis 0 10 0 P. J. Kearne 0 5 0 Mrs G. W. Green ...... 0 5 0 G.W.G. 0 5 0 D. J. Green .......... 0 5 0 E. H. Green .. .. .. .. ... 0 10 0 Miss ^eMannis .... .. . .. 050 3. R. Job .. .. . .^». 0 10 0 Mrs M. Grant .. .. .. .. 0 5 0 Mrs W. Giles ?... .. . .030 M- Lawrie . .? .. . - 0 2 0 John Huzipirieg, laborer at Smelters >v.. 0 5 0
HIGH SCHOOL PATRIOTIC BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
HIGH SCHOOL PATRIOTIC BAZAAR. A bazaar in aid of the Children's ' Patriotic Fund will be held bv the scholars of the High! School, in the Town Hall shortly. Stalls haVe been allotted, and the students are hrasilv at work. Old Scholars and Barents are beincn circularised for assistance. It is hoped that) the effort- -will meet .with! ja success worthv of the obiect in vlftu".
ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES AND SPORTS. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
nam ii iiiiji^pjM i nil i himmi 11 n ST, PATRICK'S DAY RACES ,AND ( SPORTS. I THE HANDICAPS. Splendid entries were received for the various events to be run at the St. Patrick's Day sports, the handicaps for which are appended. There are 14 in for the Trial Stakes, seven for the Pony Race, eigrht for St. Patrick's Day Handicap, 17 for the Maiden Handicap Trot, 13 for the Butchers' Derby, sev en for the Handicap Pony Trot, 12. for the Flying Handicap, 16 for the Dis tance Handicap Trot, and 11 for the Handicap Pony Race. As the liandi cappers appear to have done their work well, ?ood fields arc .-insured, and there should lie some lirsl class sport on Wednesday next. , HANDICAP TRIAD STAKES, j T. P. Clark's Bendon. 9.0. lA. E. Johns' Grace .Summe*\ 9.0. F. Dennis's RiDPlinm Wave. 8.12. G. Hannan's Aladdin. 8.12. J. O'Bifien's Jimihie. 8.12. -T. Keane's Pardon. 8.12. G. Kaine's Thouehtful Bov. 8.10. E. Peatherstontf s, Blucherstine, 8.7. M. O'Toole's Thoughtful 11. 8.4. , 'J. E. O'Eou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. 0ur Selection ol Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, a& Sailor-Made, cannot b® beatea i® the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Did Prices. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirta, -Tie®, &e. Our Stock is, Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bougEt many months ago Jo arrive, and are at the preoent time mnch bo low tfee market yalne. W. F. WELLS & CO. 'AEEXAJSiDEE-STEEET, POET PIEIE. S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. ALL TRIMMED MILLINERY. Usual .Prices, 21/, 10/!}, 25/3, 1D/G. To CLEAR at 5/11 EACH. GIRLS' TRIMMED SILK, SATIN an-1 MUSLIN HATS. Usual Prices, 5/11 to 8/11. To CLEAll AT 2/11 EACH. 80-Inch WHITE TWILL SHEETING. To-ciav's Value, 'J/11, for only 2/11 YARD. 1 Only STRIPED PIQUE ROBE. lit/G, for 3/11. 1 Only Good Quality CRASH DUST C...
CANAL WELTER. One mile. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
CAXAL WELTER. One mile. Ban.iM.nif?, 10.0: Afuriilo Bud, 9.12; Hob OUuwa, :i.s; Memo. Oupina, 8.12: &lt;;:ihun:is. 8.11: Xoniimi, 8.10: Silver !h-;irl. 8.!": Lik'-iy. 8.!): Hoyal Uni'in. 8.8: Golden Rh1>j. 8.8: AHonito, 8.8: Winapie. 8.2: liiirii Ti.-nsi'iii, 8.2: Papyrus, 8.1: Open) Boufl'e. 8.0: Third Deiitvt', 8.0: \Val«-rw;iy, 7.1 : Pioa fiirm. 7.10: Mis* Hatful 7Larka -claiKical. 7.!': Beli-'vi-. 7.7: Possado.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
/^at^ -"* ' ?^?-??-it« «n -r-^-nrgWTrTMr^Mi '> H>|iTi i n WVWVVWWVVWtWVV ./T""V--T~7V IS BOOMING AND GOING STRONG. LAST DAYS ANNOUNCED. LAST DAYS. SPECIAL ODDMENTS AND REMNANTS MUST BE GOT RID OF fiEGARD LESS OF COST. « MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FOOTERY, AIL Sorts, All Sizcfc. ALL BARGGAINS. SEE STAITE, The Lively Bootman, and Get Wise to the LOW PRICES. SALE NOW ON. S.ALE NOW ON. MORE ROOM WANTED. NEW STOCK ARRIVING. COMPARISON IS WHAT WE WANT. SEE OUR WINDOWS. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE' A Visit Will be Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HOSIERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR EMBROIDERY AND LACE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR RIBBON AND GLOVE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HABERDASHERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR STATIONERY DIVISION. BARGAINS All OVER the BIG STORE. LADIES!-We would draw your attention to an Up-to-Datc FITTING ROOM 1'or Ladies' and Children's BOOTS and SHOES: Every Convenience. THE POPULAR ...
WAR LOAN POWER. VAST WEALTH UNTAPPED [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
WAR LOAN POWER. VAST WEALTH UNTAPPRIi Australians arc worth .>: l.ii i.'i. 'i70 Australians' annua 1 in conic 25T.i;5o,25i Annual income of Aus tralians' earning l'J50 !'J ^500 85,808,737 Annual income of Aus Iraliansi turning £500 io '-1000 17,d!>lU7G Annual income uf Aus tralians earning £1000 to £5000 13,779,938 Annual income of Aus tralians earning £5000 and over 7,950,2 ii The sixth Commonwealth War Loau is now engaging attention throughout Hie. length and breadth ol' Australia. Kv-cry on&lt;f«1» ?fidng .asjiied- in subscribe according to-his or her means. The War Loan is e v e r y 1 > u d y' s b u s i - ii'\s\s. 'nil' work of those behind it is lit make it so. In Ihe preceding live b.ans the great bulk of tho public failed to seize the advantage tin; in vi-slniont in Treasury bonds offered. Tiie highest percentage was obtained in the third loan, when one person in every 50 of the population subscribed, in Canada in the last, issue j| was one person jn every ni...
PORT PIRIE BOY, SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
jPOET PIRIE BOY, SCOOTS. The Hoy (Scouts rally to be held in the Adelaide Exhibition Buildinp* from. 3Tarch 2C to 25,. Avill be marked by special spectaqular features, one of which will be the Presentation bv the chief scout (the 'Governor) of the King's challenge banner, forwarded! . v the King, to the 1st. Port Pirie H'tfoop, who have been .adiuderecl t. be the best all-round troop in Aus tralia;
"SO LONG LETTY." TOWN HALL ON MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
"SO LONG LETTY." TOWN HALL ON MONDAY NIGHT. .'So Long Lofty," J. C. Williamson's famous comic opera, will he slaved at the Town Hall on Monday night by Mi ll. B. O'Connor's Opera Company. The pint centres round the matrimonial difficulties of two young married coup les, who dccide on a change for a week's trial prior to divorce proceed ings. Instead of "doing l)ott.er," as they expected, they all fall "out of the frying pan into the fire," as it were, and at the end of "the trial run all are glad to sneak back to their respective firesides*. There are some excrucia tingly funny situations in the opera, and some beautiful music will help along an enjoyable evening with "Lelty." Box-plans are available at Slater's, where seats may be reserved without extra charge.
LEAGUE OF LOYAL WOMEN. BRANCH FORMED IN PORT PIRIE [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
LEAGUE OF LOYAL WOMEN. BRANCH FORMED IN PORT d'IRlE Though there are raanv women in j the town who are members a'nd who have accomplished food work for th&lt;» I -League of Loyal Women, there has? ! not previously beeu a local branch formed. The secretary of the local lied Cross Circle (Miss McEwen) hav ing received a letter from the League Secretary asking that she should jut ran^e to discuss some of their work with members (canvassine in. connec tion with the Sixth War Loan) the Mayoress (Mrs.: Forgan) was asked to call a meeting of members for Thifcvdav afternoon. This was done. There .wore 17 members present, and the Mayoress presided. Business in ;hand was discussed, and several can vassers were appointed, and it was unanimously decided to form a local .branch of the League. The> Mayoress was appointed president. Mrs. G. Ed wards -iiid Nurse Dow vice-urpsidcnts. Mrs. Chester (Bank of Adelaide) treas urer, and; Mrs. Wilton is i o be. asked to act as secretary. Committ...
ALIEN FAILED TO REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
"ALIEN FAILED TO REGISTER-. Carl Arthur Handberg, a 'Dane, who was arrested bv Plainclothess Con stable Kennedy, appeared "before the ?Police Court on Wednesday rnominp to answer a charge of failinsr id reg ister at the Police Station, he "being an alien, contrary to the provisions of the War 'Precautions .'Act. He> was fined £5 and 15/ costs, in 'default 14 days' impsisotmientj TKe amount was Paid. As the usual fortnightly meeting or the Port Pirie circle of the' Bed Cross Society held on Tuesdav last. thfi vacancy caused by the resignation: of Mrs*. W. H. Butler as treasurer, ?was filled by the appointment of the "May oress (Mrs. rA. B. iForeaii) to IV-' position. CHEAP Tobacco. Sweet Crop, St. Jul ien, Royal Seal. Belwood, Edgwbrtli, Lucy Hinton and Los Caabin. All one price, 1/ tin. National Store, Ellen street south.- IS _
HARVEST THANSGIVINGS AT ST. ANDREW'S. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
HARVEST TIIAXSGIVIXG5 AT 3T. ANDREW'S. Harvest Thanksgiving Services will be lield at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Florence street, to-morrow, when special sermons wilL be preach ed by the Rev. Hugh Morris, of Gawler. The Rev. Morris is a former minister of the Port Pirie Church, and he is' well known here. During his ministry here he took an active interest in the Buffalo Lodge, and he did much to ad vance the best interests of that Order.