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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

PERSONAL. The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. H. Jackson) is in the port. He arrived on Saturday. Mrs -T. S. Geddes returned to Port Pirie on Saturday from a holiday. Mr B. T. Collins, music warehouse man, has returned to Port Pirie, after having spent a holiday at his home at . Henley Beach.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

A; GERMAN EE-PORT. (Wireless Press.) ' LONDON, Sunday. A German official report states We I repulsed strong, reconnoitring (thrusts southward; of, Monchv. ,Strop.to| OFrench deta'chments penetrated our 'foremost; trenches between Ancre wilier and Badonvillers. Our counter alt tack drove them out.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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DOINGS OF THE FRENCH. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

DOINGS OF, THE FRENCH. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, . Sunday. A, French communique says ' W6 re pulsed raids south ot Betheny,. ©a the left of the Meuse, and in the V:osges. We inflicted losses on the enemy and took prisoners. Detachments which penetrated the enemy lines east oi Saberive in the region of Bedonvill ers destroyed several enemy -works and took prisoners.

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THE PIRIE WEST ASSAULT. TWO SWEDES ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

THE PIRIE WEST ASSAULT. TWO SWEDES ARRESTED. The woman who was assaulted at her- lxoase on The Terrace, Pirie West, on Saturday night, an account of which appeared in yesterday's Recorder, was Mrs Mary McKay Rupert. Mrs Rupert was eoniined to her bed ail day yes terday, suffering from the injuries she received. It is understood that Mr Rupert, her husband-, was also attack ed, receiving a nasty cut over the eye. At about noon yesterday Constable Emery, who is stationed at the West, arrested John Lines Jonsson and Nills Abald Hansson Frisk, both of whom are Swedes, on warrants, on a charge of having assaulted Mrs Rupert. The men were apprehended in Alexander street. It is understood that the two accus ed will appeal- before the Police Court this morning.

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The Elections MR.VAUGHAN'S' CANDIDATURE. PROBABLY AN INDEPENDENT. ADELAIDE, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

The, Elections !VIR.VAUGHAK'S"CAND!DfiTORE PROBABLY AN INDEPENDENT. , ADELAIDE, Monday Mr Blundell stated to-day that he had received a cable message from Mr Grawford Vaughan agreeing to Ills no-, mination as a Nationalist, subject to .Mrs Afghan's approval. Mrs Vaughan, however, appears to have had a dis agreement with the National Party, and so far as can he gathered she is not likely to consent to his candidature as a supporter of the Coalition after Mr ' Peake's statement at Strathalbyn. She will probably nominate Mr Vaughan as an Independent Nationalist, and the National Party is likely to select Major Snieaton ,<fts its nominee. At a meeting to be held on Tuesday afternoon negotiations, are to be re sumed between the Liberal Union and the Farmers and Settlers! Association regarding candidates for the next .elec tions . A final effort will be 'made to secure an agreement regarding certain districts, and the Premier is hopeful of .a good result. He stated to-night tha...

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Russia TRANSFER OF GOVERNMENT. (Reuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

Russia TRANSFER OF GOVERNMENT. (Reuter's Sei'vice) . PETROGlU'D, Monday. The / Soviet newspaper Pravda. de clares IIml the transfer of the Govern ment to Moscow den'iunstrates the linn determination of the Government to resist to the end the German attempts to make Russia her vassal, and proves that there is no understanding between the Revolution arid German Imperial ism . ''

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SOLDIERS AND DRINK. EVIDENCE IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

SOLDIERS AND DRINK. EVIDENCE IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Monday. The Federal Senate Select Commit tee which is enquiring into the ques tion of soldiers and drink will sit in Adelaide on Tuesday afternoon. The . evidence is likely to be of a most in teresting character, and will extend over three days.

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LAND AGENT'S SUDDEN DEATH. MR ARTHUR PRIEST. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

I LAND AGENT'S SUDDEN DEATH. . -O MR ARTHUR PRIEST. ADELAIDE, Monday. The death occurred to-day of Mr.. Arthur Priest, the well known partner of the firm of Messrs Priest and James, land agents. He was*40 years of age. The body was found near the Grange with a* mark which indicated a bullet wound, ili"Priest had been working heavily recently, and he became de ? pressed. He was one of the most es teemed and successful men in the profession.

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THE WHEAT STACK TROUBLE. PRACTICALLY SETTLED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

THE WHEAT STflCK TROUBLE. PRACTICALLY SETTLED. ADELAIDE, Monday. It is understood that as a result of conferences on. Friday and this after noon, between Sir Richard Butler and representatives of the Waterside .Workers' Federation, the difficulty at the wheat stacks is practically settled, and work is now proceeding' harmoni ously. It is reported that the men arc willing to continue the contract system under certain, conditions.

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AMERICA'S PART. SECRETARY FOR WAR IN FRANCE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

AMERICA'S PART. SECRETARY FOR WAR JN FRANCE. (Reuter's Service) . v LONDON, Sunday. lieuter'e correspondent at Paris says that the American Seci'etary for War (Mr. Daniels), with a staff oi Sevan, has arrived in Finance.

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German Icebreaker Mined LINKING OF THE HINDHNBURG. (Reuter's Service). COPENHAGEN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

German Icebreaker Mined LINKING OF THE HINDHNBURG; (Renter's Service;. COPENHAGEN, Monday. . News has -been, received that the German icebreaker Hindenburg has been mined south of the A aland Is lands. The vessel saaik. Three of those on board .-were killed, and'sev eral were injured. Five others were, drowned.

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"God's Greatest Gift." A STARTLING PROBLEM PLAY. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

"Gods Greatest Gift." A STARTLING PROBLEM PLAY. CASINO TO-NIGHT. I lie mabnificeat program gazetted to be exhibited at Casino lo-night promises to be one of the very finest ever, shown; in Port Pirie. As the Btar attraction the energetic management ihave secu'tjed the Brady-W.orlh master piece entitled ''God's Greatest Gift," a remarkable and powerful 1,000ft. problem play, featuring Miss Alice Urady, the great emotional actress, in one'of the most remarkable 5,000ft pictures, ever unfolded on the screen. "God's Greatest Gift-Motherhood" ,Yet women turn away. What of them?. What of the women wno. cheats her self and her husband of that wonder ful gift, pre erring the hollow,, .empty life of a.childless wife and building, for her later, years a pyramid' oi soli tude and sorrow ? This play allows her plight. - 'Hiere has. seldom, if ever, been a purer and truer appeal to woman and man's first- instincts with such a difficult theme, awkwarll situations have to be met. and. over come-an...

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PARTICIPATE IN RAIDS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 March 1918

PARTICIPATE IN RAIDS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. Router's correspondent at French headquarters- sayg : The Americans participated in two, raids on Tjor raine oil Saturday. Firstly, east .of Kailion 50 men belonging to the Ohio Infantry, co-operating with 60 French .-sappers, crossed 500 yards of open country undar a German barrage and .wrecked German shelters: and wire en tanglements. They returned with, only four wounded. Secondly, east of Neuvillcrs one American and two French companies ejected the enemy front three lines of trenches, which were then systematically destroyed. The American artillery co-operated splendidly. ' EeuiBr'a correspondent afc Paris says that Mr. Baker, the Arngman Secretary? for War, arrived iJBBfe. capital to-day. Tie will call JjflHjHl sident Poincaire and the Prem1|^BgBr Clemenceau). Mr. Baker" will iw>n for, a few days, and will inspec^Xh'e American training camps.

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ONKAPARIGA WEIGHTS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

ONKAPAMNGA WEIGHTS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Mr W. G. Hughes {handicapper) to day issued the following- weights for Hie Onkaparinga meeting' to be run on Kastnr Monday: HANDICAP IfUUDLE RAGE. Koachfield, 12.3; Gopina, i 1.10: Cordelier, 11.4; Coimuun Knight, 10.12; Devrun, 10.12; Sit- Prim, 10.12; Cuuratimi, 10.9; Third Degree, 10.8: Mauri Lad, 10.7; Prince Maelgwyn, 10.0; Sherwood Forest. 10.4; Tren ton's Hope, 10.3; Andy Donald, 10.0'; Ifardrelly, 9. 1 i; MooneD.tr, 9.10: Royal, 9.9; Soofa, 9.7; Bruri, 9.5; Na val Gem, 9.3; Baron Douro, 9.2; Holy War, 9.2; Woakwine, 9.1; Thoogawur ra. 9.J : Meeatchim, 9.1; ,De Walden, 9.0; Feerignite, 9.0; Waltowa, '9.0; King Binna, 9.0: Shortsaven, 9.0; Au cheutoul, 9.0; Bill Douglas, 9.0; En counter King-. 9.0; Widgil, 9.0; Proven, 9.0; Mumluckhardt, 9.0; Louden Hill, 9.0. O N K A PA RI .VGA CUP. De Gama, 9.5; Wee Gun, 9.5: Kpis lle, 9.0; Dimitol. 8.12: Roontree, 8.8: Pistolier. 8.7; Kingbier, 8. 5: Depen dence, 8.0: Beauty Spot, 7.11: Plenty, 7.10; S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

Arc SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY FINE RANGE of . 'Our Show of CURTAINS is considered GOOD. We have. LACE OUR-, TAINS from 4/G to 45/ Pair, in.splendid designs. GRASS LAWN and' COLO MADRAS '.CURTAINS are showing to-Great Advantage. " ^ We have a Very Fine Lot of CRETTONNES. Among the Designs arc ?those'Suitable-for Furnishing, or the Latest in Skirts. One line REVER SIBLE CRETTONNE, in Red.or Green, at 2/11 yard; A Very Pretty Cret-. tonne (reversible) at 4/6 yard. If you are desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT lor [!ie win ter, see our Selections of FLORAL SATTEENS, just the tiling for the pur pose. . ' . Wc have a few Very Dainty Lines in .JAP CREPE, which make up very prettily for Kimoiias, Dressing Jackets, etc. . There are MANY OTHER LINES to INTEREST YOU at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The 5ig House where the Values ? -are, i AM.BERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. 'ii antiseptic liniment, especially alu.ibie Tor cuts, bruises, burns, .prams, swe.llings.-.. .lame back and heunuilism. Sold everywh...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND AUSTRALIAN FUND FOR SOLDIERS OVERSEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

CHUKCH OF ENGLAND. AUSTRAL IAN JFUM) FOR SOLDIERS OVERSEAS. Archbishop .Riley, oi Perth. Chap him-Cit'neral, speakius ot the Church o! Eneland Australian Fund lor. Sol diers Overseas, said i ''At the earn est request of our chaplains iox h in which to iiold service? for the Church of Eng-letfiid for osr men there has Ijcon stareed g Church Hu|s J?.un<i iu Australia, and 1 Relieve pvepv dip cese with the exceptiop of oiie lias promised to help. Some people seem to think that thig is beine dope in oDDositiou to the! Y.M-C.A. It is! noth in? of the kind. The Y.^I.C.A. are appointed by the Army, to look after the social needs of the men. tiie spir itual work is left to the chaplains. The Y.M.C.A. huts are for nil .denom inations and therefore it would not be faixi to our ohaptains to spnd thpm out and not cive them oroner rmiin ment. The bitr hut alreadv erected in France and dedicated: bo the Act ins Ch aPlain-.Gener all liafi alreaidv proved of ereat use.' *Ca»on. Garland h...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. TO-DAY'S CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. TO-DAY'S CELEBRATIONS. St. Patrick's. Day" Demonstration in Port Pirie to-day promises to bo Hip great success it.-has always been in the ?past. The secretary (Mr J. J. Madigan) and* .his assistant (Mr AV. ,T. Thomp son) have the arrangements well in fiand. and fine weather seems to bo all that is now needed. The proceedings will be opened by a grand procession, headed by St. Mark's Hand, which will leave St. Mark's Church at 10 a.ni.. and march through -the .principal streets of the town to the Railway Station. Special train arrangements have been made. A special train will leave Ellen street- for the course at 1 I a.m.. and will leave the course for Pirie at C.S p.m. The 12 noon train from Ellen street will stop at the course to put down passengers. The 5.15 to Peter borough will stop to pick up passen gers. Adult combination tickets will be sold for rail, ground, and enclosure. A fine programme of athletic and horse racing events has been prepared. There will a...

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"The Brazen." THRILLING STAR DRAMA. CASINO-TO-NIGHT.' [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

| " The Brazen." THRILLING STAR DRAMA. CASINO-TO-NIGHT.' A specialty attractive program comes to .Casino tliis evening', when an entire change takes place. In the lead is Vi tagraph's big. star feature. "The Bra zen," a drama of the hour. It, is a big story of'cunning' and deceit. displayed in 5000 feet- of supreme photo play. It depicts a most exciting War Depart-" ment romance., and features America's brilliant, and successful screen favor ites, Alice Joyce' and Ilarry Mo rev, whose interpretations of the'two excel lent characters allotted to them leave no scope for adverse criticism. These two noted artists are supported by one of the Vilagraph's strongest casts, and wc have a.'wonderful drama, su perbly acted. brilliantly staged and de lightfully photographed-in a word, it is a ..triumph from beginning to end, and a picture thai should- afford Casino patrons a decided treat. In support, of this excellent star at traclion a capital and well-diversified program will be 'shown, inc...

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THE £100 NOTE THEFT. AN ARREST. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

THE £100 NOTE THEFT, AN ARREST. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. A smart arrest was effected by the police at OJary on Monday. . when Al fred Simriions, believed to be a return ed soldier, was apprehende,d in con nection with flic theft :f a £!00 note . frt'm a house in Hallux street on Sr.'it moay night. Tiie as<*(t ai:nt c-r mi "X raihvety employe placed the note in a bag, which was snatched from her by an intruder, who quickly de camped. The money had f.oen drawn by the youn j ?plio\v as a deposit- o-< a biuiness, and ~'ivcn > ". the woman for safe keeping. The police suspected that the culprit left Adelaide, and were later ".dvised by Sergeant Pyne, of Peterborough, that a man ansfwering ill'- description had cashed o cheque in-1h.it town on Saturday night. Simmons was subse [ quently arrested, and had >Z~3 in'his j possession. He is expected lo appear at the Adclal j; Polict Cjurt tomor row. The accused is imdostood to bo a cousin of tiie man who owned the imoney....

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Mesopotamia TURKS STILL RETREATING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

TURKS. STILL KKTBEATIXG. (Reutcr's Service). LONDON, 'Monday. A Mesopotamia official message message states : Tha Hit ga'rrison continues to retreat. We have occup ied KhaiibaghdadL 22 miles above Hit. Our aircraft attacked the- re treating Turks and inflicted heavy casualties.

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