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WORK OF THE NAVAL AIRCRAFT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

WORK OF THE NAVAL AIRCRAFT. , n (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. The Admiralty stages : Our aero planes bombed Engel aerodrome and dump, starting two fires. .They des troyed tiwo enemy aircraft and drove down four others out ©£ eontrol. All of ours returned.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE ELECTIONS. MAJOR SMEATON FOR STURT ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

THE ELECTIONS. MAJOR SMEATQN FOE STUR.T ADELAIDE, Tuesday The National Party executive met to-night to consider the Sturt seat. Ty)rs. Crawford Yaughan' intamatad} that as her husband's attorney ' she could not consent to his nomination a Nationalist; .supporting the Coal ition, .and withdrew his nomination papers. Tho Nationalists! then seE iucted Major. SmeatMi as- their "nom inee.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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AIR RAID ON NAPLES. (Reuters Service). ROME, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

AIR RAID ON NAPLES. (Reuters Service). . Tuesday. It is officially stated that an air raial Ijas bect/tenade pn Naples. Twen ty bqrmbs. were dropped apd killed a number of victims

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ANOTHER CYCLONE IN QUEENSLAND. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

ANOTHER CYCLOWE IP* QUEENS LAND.. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE, ADELAIDE, -Tuesday. Reports were received in Brisbane to-day of a terrific cyclone at Babin da- A Chinaman was killed, and 17 .people injured. Coacliea an<i waggons were overturned and wreeked aKd the fcorses killed, and telephone and tele graph services interrupted.

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A BULGARIAN REPORT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

A BULGARIAN REPORT. (Reuter's Serviee). LONDON, Monday. A .Bulgarian communique says Aftcit artillery preparation German storm fcoops penetrated the enemy trenches at Cern^benjd, north o. Ke pech, and brought -back prisoners.

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

(clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPSNG CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Bur Selection of Mea'e Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and FiniiK, aft Tailor-Mafle, eannot bo 'b«at«a i* £he Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrLe«. We ire continually opening up New Season's Goodg in Men's Hats, Shirti, Ties, &«. ? Our Stoek is% Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bougirt many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low tie market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. . l&EEXANDEB-STBEET, EOET PIBIE. 8. C. COTTLE, '' GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS.FITTER, &e. TANKS, BATHsTaND GENERAL ; IRONWORKERS, I ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. Stocktaking Bargains. ALL TRIMMED MILLINERY. Usual Prices, 21/, 16/9, 25/9, 19/6. To CLEAR at 5/11 EACH. GIRLS' TRIMMED SILK, SATIN and MUSLIN HATS. Usual Prices, 5/11 to 8/11. To CLEAR AT 2/11 EACH. 80-Inch WHITE TWILL SHEETING. To-day's Value, 3/11, for only 2/11 YARD. 1 Only STRIPED PIQUE ROBE, 19/6, for 3/11. 1 Only ...

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WHEAT STACKERS. AGREEMENT WITH TILE GOVERNMENT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

WHEiftT STACKERS. AGREEMENT WITH TILE GOVERN MENT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. rile AVaterside Workers have accept ed .the terms of the Government for a continuance of work under the con tract system, and an agreement has been entered into, lor two years. The old terms have been adopted. For wheat Ijifted .by' horses -t<hs payment is a penny per bag for stacking up to 16 bags ions and a penny .and a far thing1 per bag over that. Where t'-on> vevors supply -tihe wheat/ the; (payment; is seven-eitrhts of a penny per hag, as against a penny previously. The Waterside Workers decided to accept the terms - after a very late meetin- on Monday night.

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THE PIRIE WEST ASSAULT. ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT. REMANDED TILL FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

THE PIRIE WEST ASSAULT. .ACCUSED BEFORE THE COIli REMANDED TIMJ FRIDAY. Before Messrs. J. E. Millhouse and: G. E. Oreswellj J's.P.. at thn iPolice ".Court'vesterdav morninj, John Lines Johnsson) and^ Nills lAJb'ald Hansson. ?Frish were chaxeed -with, bavins, cm 1 Saturday. March 9. at 'Port Pixie West, unlawfully assaulted Mrs Marv McKav Rupert. '£kev olealded not o-uiltv. On th® application of Mr. iP. Haeiie who appeared for the oroseeatrix, the f accused, were remanded till JFriday. I on account of the condition of Mrs. j Rupert, who was not well enough to | attend Court. j Each of the aceused was also cHaro ed with having-, used indecent lan j.-guase, 'and out the application oi Serjeant Bond, who Prosecuted on {behalf of the ; police, the hearine? of 'these charges was -also adiourned till t ^Friday. It is understood that an informai ion alleein? unlaw ul assault has also been laid againsti (both accused ?by Mr. Rupert, and probably these charges will be heard with the others on...

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Smelters Fatality MAN FALLS ON LIVE CABLES. DEATH OF MR JOHN RUBINICH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918

MAN FALLS ON LIVE CABLES. DEATH OF MB JOHK 41UBINICF. John Rubinich, more generally known as John Btominich, aeed about 50 vears, a bachelor, who lived in David Street, met his death at the Smelters! yesterday afternoon through cominej in. contact with live electric current cables. At about 1.45 P.m. Mr. Rubinich ?was employed with Mr. August Tal bersr, of Florence Street, in the sail or trans', putting1 up a manilla rope derrick inn- outside the new Power House. Mr. RubiniehS was standing on a water main about ten feet off the -round. and Mr. ITagler was about four feet above him. Alongside Mr. Rubinich were six electric cables, j Mr. Rubinich was handing a rope to Hs workmate. a*nd, front what ®an be j fathered, .as he did) so lie fell asrainst the cables and was electrocuted. He p-'v» n oroan. and & few momenta fp.7] f]0 tlifi "round. Mr. Tasrler shouted out. and Mr. P . ii. Brandt, who was in charge of the sansr. ran into the iPaweP House and save orders for the power- t...

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PORT ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. RUN MARCH 16. TRIALS. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

MMgawattppaaafEBmaiiin irca,s<""SiL. iiMBJLiiniinoft&5^ PORT ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. I RUN MARCH 1G. TRIALS. Six furlongs. Opera Bouffe, 9.0; Maire Studholme, 8.12; Corroboree King, 8.9; Nobody's Daughter, 8.7; Battle Queen, 8.5; Paddy Koran, 8.0; Doradilla, 7.12; Pangalin, 7.11; 'Her Own, 7.11; Mount Wiltsin, 7.10; Silkworm, 7.10; Nurse Gavel, 7.9; Udine, 7.9; Regimental Lass, 7.G-; Sweet Rest, T.7; Alcoholic, 7.7; Kal linta, 7.4; Blafil, 7.2; Coryota, 7.0; Dell Rose, 6.12; Thoogawarrah, 6.12; Encounter King, 6.10; .Blue Glint, 6.8 , RIVER HURDLES. About two miles. Prince Maelgwyn, 11.0; Trenton's Hope, 10.5; Netherlou, 10.3; Gullul eraine, 10.0; Hedonist, 9.13: Hardreliy, 9.12; Soofa, 9.10; Bruri, 9.10; Naval Gem, 9.8; Bonny Flag, 9.S; Fatal Er ror, 9.6; Auchentoul, 9.4; De Waklen, 9.0; Widgil, 9-0; Lochiel, 9.0; Proven. 9.0; Mumluckhardt, 9.0. ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. One mile and three furlongs. Wee Gun, 9.8; Dimitol, 8.13; Pistol ier, 8.9; Ba!ngonie, 8.2; Azoic,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

v£ F. V^ELkS ^ CO., Clothing and Bool Palace, ; > THE .HOPPiNQ CENTRE FOR ALL MENUi'WEAR. Bur Belestioa ol Mea'« Suita its Quality, Variety, Cut sad Piaialt, ^ Tailor-Made, eannot be beatw is the Commonwealth. Many linM still at Old PrL-ae. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hate., Shirts, Ties, &9, Our Stosk is Exceptio*ally Veil Assorted in all Lines. These were bougirt many moathe ago to arrive, and are at the present time much b»* low tto market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ABEXANDSS-8TBEET, PORT PIBIE. 8. O. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER," .> GAS FITTER, do. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE ALL TRIMMED MILLINERY, Usual Prices, 21/,, 1G/9, 25/9, 19/G. To CLEAR at 5/11 EACH. GIRLS' TRIMMED SILK; SATIN and MUSLIN IIATS. Usual Prices, 5/1 i to 8/11. To CLEAR AT 2/11 EACH. 80-inch WHITE TWILL SHEETING. To-day'B Value,* 3/11, for only 2/11 YARD. 1 Only STRIPED PIQUE 110BE, 19/6, for 3/11. 1 Only Good. Quality. ...

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The Dancing Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

The Dancing Competition^. Probably- the most popular^feature. of'the'pfocL'Miings from (lie children's point of View every year is tlftifdepart mont--iii the ..able hands,.of .l'» Ot Shinniek, assisted by Mr T. Cornish, in which {hurt! are competitioiisJijor step dancing and a host of olhes^ things. The hearts of Messrs Shinniek and Cornish were thoroughly in their work, .'ukI _t.he competitions, yesterday were liie success they have. always been in' the past. There was plenty compe tition, and some highly commendable performances', were witnessed. The results, as . supplied by Mr;|Cornish, were as follow: ;§ .School championship -'^gregate dance (sailor's hornpipe, -Irish? Jig and Highland Fling)Barbara FarreU, i; Doris Langenburg, 2 ? Chaylotto Wil son, Vt . \ « -- Clubswinging (boys) ; Sfe. Mark's SCIuidI, t: St. Antheny's school, 2. Skipping drill (girls) : St. Anthony's school, 1; St. Clark's school, 2f. ,;'v .' Tug-of-war: St. Anthony's;, school, i; St.. Mark's school, 2. :f ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

Are SHOWING 1HIS WEEK a VLRY FINE RANGE of Our Sho.w of CURTAINS is consideredGOOD. AVSvliave-jL ACE .. GUR-, TAINS from 4/6 to 45/ Pair, in splendid "designs. GRASS LAWN and COLD MADRAS CURTAINS are showing to Great Advantage. . .We. have a Very Fine Lot of CRE'I'TQNNES. Among the Designs are? 'tliosc suitable for Furnishing, or the Latest in Skirts. One line 'REVER SIBLE CRETTONNE, in Red or Green, at 2/1 i \ard. A Very Pretty Cret toune (reversible) at 4/G yard. If you are desirous of RE-COVEBING your DOWN QUILT for the win-* tor, see our Selections of FLORAL SATTEENS, just the thing fuiv the pur-: pose. , We have a. f^Vi&ery Dainty Lines in JAP CREPE, which make-up very prettily for Kimondf^ Dressing Jackets, etc> > ^ ; i There are MANX i)THER LINES to INTEREST YOU at -M' OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE: The Big House ^wheresthe Values , -_v__ar@a & Watchmakers, Jewellers, and Opticians. *>.., ELLEN STIiEET, rOliT PXILIE We have Completed Enlarging Our Shop, af...

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"The Brazen." A THRILLING STAR DRAMA CASINO—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

" The Brazen." A THRILLING STAR DRAMA CASINO-TO-NIGHT." ' A specially attractive program comes to Casino this evening, when an entire change takes place. In the lead is Vi tagraph's bi.tr star feature, "The Bra zen," a drama,of the hour. It is a big story of cunning an<i deceit, displayed in 5000 feet of supreme photo play. It depicts a most exciting War Depart ment rojoanc#?, anij features America's brilliant and successful screen favor ites, Alice Joyce and Ifarjy Morcy, whose interpretations of the two excel lent characters -allotted to then^ leave no scope for adverse cpitieis.m. These two noted artists are supported by one of . the Vitagrapli's strongest casts, and we have a wonderful drama, su perbly, acted, brilliantly staged and de lightfully photographed-in a woiyj, it is a triumph from beginning to ond, and a picture that should afford Casino patrons a decided treat. In support of this excellent star atr traction a capital and well-diversified program will be sh...

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The Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1918. OPENING OF ELECTION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

: . .Published Daily. THURSDAY, MARC1I 14, 19iS. OPENING OP ELECTION CAMPAIGN. Messrs J. Fitzgerald and L. Hill, the Australian Labor Party candidates for the District of Port Pirie, and the Hon. .T. Jelly will open their election cam paign in. the Town Hall this evening, ?when they will address a meeting; of electors. A special invitation is extend ed to ladies.

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BRITISH PRISONERS IN GERMANY. THE CASE OF SCHOTZ AND WOOKEY (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

'*!(£. - BRITISH PRISONERS IN GERMANY. THE CASK OF SCHOTZ AND WOOKBY (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. Germany slates that the British ;avi alors Schotz and Wookey, who \vcrc beifig treated as-. criminals, have been pardoned. Britain has replied that, it is not satisfied there anent. because it had not been admitted that any offence had foeea committed .by the prisoners. Further explanations are . now bping awaited, and enquiries are being made regarding .the camp to wjiicti the ofti-, eers were sent.

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DEATH OF A PIRIE SOLDIER IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

DEATH OF A PIRIE SOLDIER IN GERMANY. Pte. Harold Hoole, the youngest bro ther of Mrs William Dodd, and who was well known and much respected in Port Pirie, died of consumption in Germany. The news containing the sad intelligence was contained' in ,a tele gram received by Mr Dodd yesterday.. He was a prisoner of war, and died in December last.

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GERMAN TOWN BOMBED. (Reuter's Scrvice). VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

GERMAN TOWN BOMBED. ? "(neuter's Scrvice). VANCOUVER, Tuesday. A message- from London says that the Brlish ha?e dropped a ton of bombs on Coblentz. American troops made a successful attack south of Richecourt.

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SOLDIERS AND DRINK. EVIDENCE IN ADELAIDE. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

SOLDIERS AND DRINK. ? ? ? o ; ? - EVIDENCE IN ADELAIDE. . Adelaide, Wednesday. Giving! aviden.ee 'beforq .t-litj Senate Select Committee on soldiers; and: ?drink to-day, the officer commanding th? 7th .Australian General Hospital at. '. Keswick (Qolonel Rogers) said that it might be regarded as certain that ?drinfa interfered with " the efiic ienc- and morale of troops.' It pre vented judgement and those fine mus cular; Co-ordinated moyemptfiis which 'were essential to a soldier, parti1 iul arly in the infantry. There >vas no douljt that- returned men -were more affected with drink tjhan others, and he; .thought) that alcohol retarded their recovery. . He agreed that it would be a good plan to refuse drink ito those soldiers , who were under. medical care except when alcohol was iprescribed by the doctor. He -did not know that there was any - im provement among 'Soldiers in ..the matter of sobriety. As a matter of fact, his records rather pointed the oth^r way. In 1915 and 1916't...

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PALESTINE. FURTHER BRITISH ADVANCE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918

PALESTINE. FURTHER BRITISH ADVANCE. (Reuter's Sorvlc«). LONDON, Tuesday. A Palestine official report states: j "We further advanced astride the Jeru salem-Nablus road, inflated, consider able casualtes and captured several machne guns. .'

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