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NINE KILLED AND 39 WOUNDED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

I NINE KILLED AND 30 WOUNDED. (Reuter's Service). ' | LONDON, Saturday. ] A French official message states that between 10 and 12 squadrons partici pated in the air raid on Paris. They were hotly received by our anli-air j craft suns and GO aeroplanes. Nine in habitants were killed and 39 wounded. One Gotlia was brought down at Com-,, piegne and four men on board were in cinerated .

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

DEATH. YICKERS.-On February 24, at Port Augusta Hospital, of enteric fever, George Kphraiui Victors, dearly loved son of Mrs R. Yickers, late of Port 'Pirie, ag-ed 17 years. God will clasp the broken chain, Wlien I meet my boy again. Deeply mourned by his sorrowing loved ones. IN MEMORSAIVI. .REYNOLDS-In loving- remembrance of my dear sister Ellen Nellie Rey nolds, who departed this life at Port Pirie on September i, 1889, in her 120th year. 01), for the toncH of the vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is still. I-Inserted by her loving- brother Tom, (Port Pirie.'

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GERMAN SQUADRONS OVER PARIS. (Reuter's Service). PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

GERIVWN SQUADRONS OVER PARIS. (Reuter's Service). PARIS,/Saturday. A. French" official message states Several enemy air squadrons raided Paris. Details are lacking, but it is believed -that the casualties are fe«»r than in the last- raid.

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The Recorder Published Daily. MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

®w Published Daily. MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918. ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. i lie harvest thanksgiving services in connection with St. Andrew's were held yesterday, when two services ;were' conducted by the Rev. Hugh '.TV/orris, of Gawler, :ind late minister. ,'of St. Andrew's. The minister select ed his morning discussion from Gene sis 49, verse 22: "On a. father's ver diet and blessing of his boy," and in the evening from Mark 14, verse 6 : "The woman's deed, the disciples' criticism, and Christ's verdict." The congregations were very large at both services, and the church was tasteful ly decorated by the ladies, which re flected great credit on those" respon sible. '

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More Air Raids LONDON CASUALTIES. ELEVEN KILLED; 46 INJURED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

More Air Raids LONDON CASUALTIES. ELEVEN KILLED ; <16 INJURED, l Router's Service.) LOKDON, Saturday. The Press Bureau, states '. Eleven persons were killed and 46 injured in an air rakl on London on Thursday night- Jt is feared that an addit ional six bodies were buried in wreck age. Aelvoplanes carried out the raid. Two bombed London. ;The first two raiders, following; the Tham es, were turned back before they reach cd, the capital.; A third crossed the Essex Coast and bombed southwest and northwest districts of London.A fourth crossed Essex, dropped bombs northward of London* and proceeded southwards across the capital, after dropping its remaining bombs oil northern districts. The remaining machines turned back. There was som^ damgge ,to property, several houses being demolished.

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WAR LOAN PICTORIAL POSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

WAR LOAN PICTORIAL POSTERS. The manager of the local branch of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Mr E. II. Wadcly) has received for distribution a supply of War Loan post ers. These are' of various sizes, and will be supplied to business people or others who are willing to exhibit them in shop windows or prominent posi tions in the town or district. It is not possible to reach- everyone personally, but those who -are willing" to help their country by- advertising the War Loan are asked to communicate .with the Commonwealth Bank, and posters will be supplied. If not able to call at the bank, a telephone message or letter will receive, prompt attention.

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THE GERMANS ATTACKED. (Wireless Press.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

THE GERMANS ATTACKED. (Wireless Press.) LONDON. Saturday. A German official message reports a hostile infantry attack, following a-vio lent artillery duel, in the Badonvillcrs sector. The engagement- has not yet terminated.

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Brutal Assault A WOMAN MALTREATED. WARRANTS FOR ARRESTS ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

Brutal Assault A WOMAN MALTREATED. WARRANTS FOR ARRESTS ISSUED. A caso of brutal, a'asauit on a wom an in Port i'irie West on Saturday Inight has tec".reported to the police, and warrants have teen issued for the arrest of two Russians. Jt is stated that two .Russians, who were intoxicated, were proceeding along the Terrace at about 8 o'clock., A little boy was standing at a gate j way, and as one of;, thes men lurch-v^l : toward# the gate the lad shut it. j This action brought forth a torrent ; of atwae f flora t^e men, who, however, jwent away when the boy's father ap-. . peared on the scene. The Russians, it is stated, then went round a side ! street and entered the premises by j a ba* k gate. The wife of the resid ent was at the back of the . house, and, according to the report,, she-w as brutally assaulted, the men striking har several blows, knocking her down and rendering he5": unconscious, in i which condition she remained for some hours. Her cries attracted t\ie attention o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

Your Last Chance, IS BOOMING AND GOING STRONG. LAST DAYS ANNOUNCED. LAST DAYS. SPECIAL ODDMENTS. AND REMNANT'S MUST 80' GOT RID OF REGARD LESS OF COST. MENS WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FOOTERY, All Sorts, All Sizes. V ALL gARGGAINS. SEE STAITE, The Lively Bootmau, and Get Wise to the LOW PRICES. SALE NOW ON. S^LE NOW ON. M&RE ROOM WANTED. NEW STOCK ARRIVING. > COMPARISON 13 WILAT WE WANT. 5EB OUR WINDOWS. Thfe Sig ©fapery Emporium HAVE YO U SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPER Y STORE V ? A Visit Will be Appreciated. 35AFtGMi>2S 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^OyERTTHE BIQST6RE. 'LADIES!-,We,would. draw youriatteBtion to an Up-to-Date FITTING ROOM for Ladies' and Children's BOOTS and SHOES. Every Convenience. PR EST BROS. TWe Popular HOUSE. (...

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THE LYDEAMORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

THE LYDEAMORE FUND. Previously acknowledged .£32 0 3 J. Churnside 0 1 0 W. II. Threadgold 0 2 6 G.R 1 0 0 Mrs Kellett 0 A 0 A. J. Walker 0 5 0 W. Osborne ! 10 E. Francis . . ...... . . 010 0 P. J. Kearne 0 5 0 Mrs G. W. Green 0 u 0 G.W.G. . 0 5 0 D. .T. Green .-. 0 5 rt E. H. Green 010 0 Miss MeMannis 0 5 0 S. li. ."fob 0 1° 0 Mrs M. Grant : 0 5 Q Mrs W. Giles ; 6 f ? 9 M. Lawrie '.> % ti John Humphries, laborer at Smelters ... . ....... 0 *j 0 N. B. BligW 5 0

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THE V.R.C, MEETING, AUTUMN HANDICAP WON BY BLACKWOOD. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

THE V.R.C, MEETING, AUTUMN HANDICAP WON BY BLACKWOOD. MELBOUKNE. Saturday. Tin; V.R.C. Autumn Mooting whs continued to-dav, with the following results:- ..... , " AUTUMN HURDLES. Tliroi; miles. NICKA.1ACK, 10.9 (MeTag gari) .. .. I Sir Carl, 9.0 (Boyd) 2 Rivnrnook. 9.13 (Seobic) . . 3 Won by two and a half lengths. Jief fing: 5 to 1 the winner. C. M. LLOYD STAKES. W.F.A. One mile. CETIGNE, 9.1 (Wood) .... f >WhitelieId. 9.1 (Foulsham) .. 2 Wedge, 9.0 (Cairns) 3 Wiiii by a length. Betting: Evens the winner. AUTUMN HANDICAP. fine mile and five furlongs. BACKWOOO, 7.5 (Bullo«k) . I Wishing Cap. 7.13 (Lambert) 2 Brorizetli, 9.3 (Wood) .... 3 Won by half a length. Betting: f> to 1 the winner. MARCH NURSERY. Five and a half furlongs. KUSEBIUS, 8.11 (Cairns) .. 1 Stratus, 7.<> (Dempsey) ... 2 White Adder 7.12 (Bullock} 3 Won by a neck. Betting: i to 1 the winner. GOVERNOR'S PLATE. W./P.A. One and a half mile';. DESERT GOLD. 9.0 (McLach lari) . . . - - 1 Wallace Isinglas...

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SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAIDS. .(Heuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. Field-Marshal Haig- reports: The .Jvinsfs Roya,l Rifles broke the main force of -last night's attack in the neighborhood of Polderhoek. The ene my's losses were severe. A short- sec tion of trench which remained In his .hands was recaptured, despite strong resistance, by the Royal Fusiliers. A few prisoners were captured. : Portuguese troops penetrated to the second line of trenches iu Xeuve Glia pelle. A raid was reported in the morning','' driving- the garrison out with heavy loss, bombing' or blowing" up a number of occupied dugouts, and bringing back prisoners. The Portu guese casualties were light. We raided trenches northward of the Bapaume-Cambrai road. . The Londoners i*aided in the neigh borhood ofOpry, killing several and taking a few prisoners. There'is increasing activity by hos tile artillery northward of the Labassc Canal..

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DO YOU WANT RELIEF? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

DO YOU WANT RELIEF? Arc you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying- tickling in your throat'? Does your cough anuoy you at night, and do you raise mucus in the morning Do you want relief If so, lake Chamberlain's lough Reme dy, and you will be leased. Sold everywhere.

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BELGIAN SUCCESSES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

BELGIAN SUCCESSES. .{Beuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. A Belgian communique stales: The Belgians made two raids in the region of Nieuport. and killed many of the. enemy. The Belgians brought back 25 prisoners. We captured a German out po?U The enemy's raiding outburst 3asl week resulted itf'a recrudescence of artillerying' on the whole front.

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ATTACK ON BELGIANS FAILS. A SUCCESSFUL COUNTER ASSAULT (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

ATTACK ON BELGIANS FAILS. I UGCESSFUL COUNTER ASSAULT (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. A Belgian communique says: An enenjy attack northward of Nieupqrt on Friday, under cover of a most vio lent bombardment, failed. We took prisoners. A counter at kick by our dismounted cavalry on Wednesday against Prus sian shock troops., who had gained a fooling- on advanced posts south of Stuyenskerle, was most successful. We took 125 prisoners, nine machine guns and much material. We reoccu pied alt the posts.

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RECIPROCAL ARTILLERY FIRING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

RECIPROCAL ARTILLERY FIRING, i (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Salurdav. A Frolics comin unique reports inter mittent- reciprocal artillery firing on the riiilit of the "Meuse and in Upper Alsace.

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SEVERE FIGHTING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

SEVERE FIGHTING. {Router's Service). LONDON, Saturday. Field-Marshal Haig reports: The enemy a Hacked last night, under cover of a heavy bombardment, on a front of nearly a mile, from southward of the .Menin road to northward of Polder Iiuek Chateau. Despite his intense ar liHerying and determined attack, we ? repulsed' the enemy at all, points, ex cepting in the neighborhood of Polder hoek,- where the enemy entered some of our advanced posts on a front of 200 .yards. We recaptured the whole of the positions after severe fighting-, which "Justed all night, long. We drove off raiders eastward of Neuve Ghapelle. Tim Portuguese captured several pris oners in a successful raid in this ^iegliborhood. The 'West Kents, made successful raid southward of Fleurs iHift .took a number of prisoners.

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GREAT BRITISH AERIAL ACTIVITY. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

GREAT BRITISH AERIAL ACTIVITY. J (Reuler's Service). LONDON, Saturday. l'ieltl-Marshal Haig, in ;m aviation report, bays; There was great aerial activity yesterday. 'We dropped over -100 bombs oil dumps and sidings at j>feniu, Cusigny, Guise and eastward y of St. Quentin. We brought down 13 enemy machines and drove down 10. Three of ours are missing. Despite a mist, our night fliers dropped 24 heavy and 48 lighter bombs on dumps and railway sidings at Fresny, north-east ward of St. Queiitin. All our machines returned. We dropped a ton of bombs at mid day to-day with good results ou bar nicks. railway sidings and factories at 5 'Mainz. A large lire started. All our machines returned.

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YOUTH INJURED AT WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

YOUTH INJURED AT WORKS A youth- named Daniel McMaho'n, .who resides in Pirie Street,; Solomon town, met with' injuries? at the Smel ters on Saturday afternoon through an accident with a slagpot, -which he .was driving. After being treated at 'the Firstj Aid Station, he was taken to the hospital, where he >vas ad mitted suffering from a frajttured. leg and cuts on the-Tight thigh aawTfoot. Tlie. hospital authorities) reported last night that he is progressing favorab ly. Toting 3IcMa,ltcn is, a mate of the 1 ad George Haptwig, who was badly burned. by molten slag recently, and .who is still in the hospital, where is making good progress under the new am brine treatment.

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FEET CRUSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918

FEET CRUSHED. On Saturday morning. Mr. S. Phelps who was work ng in the Refinery at .the Smelters, had one oi his feet crushed. After being treated at the .First Aid Station, 'he was. taken in a cab to. his home over the One Mile Crossing. A similar accident befel a man namecj Malaxos, who -was em ployed ajt the; Boasters. He- wasfiren: deredi first aid treatment;, and subse quently taken in a cab to his, home at the corner oi David and Florence Streets.

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