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ALCOHOL 45 MEDICINE. REDUCTION IN SYDNEY HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

? ALCOHOL' .48 MEDICINE. , j REDUCTION IN SYDNEY HOSPITAL.. The steady decline in the medicinal use of alcoholic., stimulants was refer red to by Mr C. L. Garland, hon. trea surer of the Sydney Hospital, at the annual meeting of subscribers (says the .Sydney Morning Heraladj. In 1016, he said, the hon. medical staff prescribed the use of £110 worth, and last year they only prescribed £55 ; worth. Eighteen years of service on the . house, committee, which' had brought him almost daily into touch with the work of the hospital, had con vinced ,him that the call upon the puh llic hospitals was very largely the re sult, both directly and indirectly, of j the- drinking habits of the community; j In the interests of Australia, he wished that the people could see their way, j clear to ask their legislators to pi-o jhibit the manufacture and sale of in. toxicating liquors, at least during the war. (Hear, hear.) i Sir Thomas Anderson Stuart con (gratulated the hospital on the- reduc tion. He ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

.,$a«pu..,..., * Ktq>jis si is/. IS BOOMING AND GOING STRONG. LAST DAY3 ANNOUNCED. LAST DAYS. SPECIAL ODDMENTS '.AS9 £EWNANT&'i^y^^^RID. ©P^REGARD .*.?. .* /. ... . ;. !'\/"leSS':'6P/-C<|iST. ;" MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILt>MS%:?obfgRY, AU Sorts, All Sizes. . ALL_SARGrGAINS. . ? - ?" SEE STA1TE, The Lirel? Bootroan, aod Gat WiBO ta the LOW PRISES. SALE MOW OH. WL6 WOW ON. MORE KOOM .WANTED. NBW 5T8GK ARRIVING. COMPARISON IS WHAT WE WANT. SEE OUR WINDOWS. ' r-ri^zyt -Tt-rt#*s- * ? HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW/MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORK?? .'*?-_v-^A; VJell^WiU^tf >Apjiteeiated. <.. * ? .- ? ' IH S1lift » ' jidt '&&!§." * **' > * BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER* DIVISION. BAKGAINS^ IN^OuR-'HOSIERS DlVISICNi ^ ' BARGAINS^-OUR EMBROIDER^ AM) LACE DIVISION. fiAR6aiNS vIN OUa-RIB^OI^ ANK GLOVBrmVISION.-. - BARGAINS IN ©liR HAREfiDASHERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR STAHONEftY4;DIVISION. ihs all ovara the Msti srons. . . ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

, -rmpi ATTRACT*©?. EXTRAORDINARY. William S. Hart IN HIS THRILLING WESTERN ROMANCE, A THRILLING STORY OF EARLY 8SALIF0RNIA. BILL HART, AS "LEWH" THE QflMSLER. 5000 FEET OF THRILLING DRAMA. 5000 FEET. DON'T MISS "WILL S. HART" TO-NIGHff. Star No. 2. "TWO CROOKS," A Rollicking 2000ft; Comedy. To-Night " Star No. 3, "AN ODD FREAK," A London'Film 2000ft. Drama. THE GAZETTE, PatUe's Expert Topical. : Casino :: "HIS THANKLESS JOB," A Triangle Comedy. To-Night (Under Real Property Act, 1886). REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY* SALESMEN. -:o: ESTATES MANAGED. RENTS COLLECTED. Homes for Sale on Small Choice Selection. SURVEYS ARRANGED. ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS. SEVERAL TOWNSHIPS TO" SELECT PROM. 9 , Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, etc., prepared by Expert Con veyancer. . OFFICE: I ALEXANDER STREET. THOMAS & MlLLHOUSE LEGALLY QUALIFIE DENTAL SURGEONS. Painless Extractions Is. y our New Method and Anaesthetic. GOLD WORK A SPECIALITY. r'-r-. . CROWN BRIDGES AND FILLINGS. HOURS-9 to...

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MANCHESTER, UNITY, I.O.O.F [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

MANCHESTER, UNITY, I.O.O.F .A very enjoyable evening was spent at the Ofldfollows' Hall on Tues day evening:, when a smoke social was j held, at which about 60 menlbers of the lodge were presents including Bro. \V. Badcock, P.G.M.: Bro. S. Goodall, D.G.M., and Bro. F. E. Haddrick, P.O. Sec., members of the GrandiLodge' of South Australia. The tables were tastefully ^decorated, and after the good thing's provided had been partaken of, a number of toasts were honored, as follows: "The King,"- Bro. K. Hos ken, P.G.M."The Order," the Mayor {Bro. A. B. Forgan),- responder Bro. Goodall, D.G.M.; "Our Absent Breth ren,".. Bro. P. E. Haddrick, P.G. Sec., Bro. T. K. Olsen, PTG.M., responder, Bro. W. Baldock, P.G.M., of. S.A.; I "Army and Navy," Bro. C. BoltriU, re-( sponder, Bro. E. Hosken; "Port Pirie Lodge," Bro. Goodall, D.G.P. of S.A., respoiider, Bro. J. Brownt(secretary)-; « "The Chairman,"; the. Mayor. 'Songs j were rendered during, the evening by j Bros. L. H. Giles, R. Butler arid F....

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DRIVEN MAD BY THE RAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

DRIVEN MAD BY THE RAIDS. At a Loadoa Coroner's Court a verdict of suicide during temporary j nsaaity "wa£j returned iri the i case of Haviet Walker Lavender, 51, jwho drowned herself in Regent's Canal. Since her house had been bombed sjhe had been depressed, and had*, remark ed that rather than experience ano fch» raid she would drown .herself. {The same jury also, found tbat Bnim^ Amelia Barney,, 55, died from exhaus tion follawing mania. A daughter said she was healthy, until the air raids, '.said when her mind 'became affected, and she wa3 removed to the infirmary as a lunajfcio.

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Germans Occopy Odessa ANOTHER SWIFT STROKE. (Renter's Serviee). LONDON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

GenaansOccopyOdessa ANOTHER 8W1FT STROKE. (Renter's Serviee). LONDON, Wednesday »- A German oifleial message states that AuBtro-German troops are before Odessa, the principal/Busaian port in the Black SeaU VANCOUVER, Wednesday. German troops have entered Odessa.

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MOTHER OF 24 CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

MOTHER OF 2-1 CHILDREN. A woman aged 58, who was charg ed at Manchester -with feeing1 drunk and incapable, was stated to be-the mother of twenty four children. As it was her first' offence, she -was dis charged with a caution.

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LUXBURG. ESCAPES. (Reuter's Service). BUENOS AIRES. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

k. LUXBURO .ESCAPES. (Reutcr's Service). BUENOS AIRES. Wednesday. Officials here admit that Count -burg, the former German Ambas lor, has escaped. He is believed to Santiago, Chile.

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ALLEGED ASSAULT ON YOUNG GIRL. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

ALLEGED ASSAULT ON YOUNG : ' ? QSRS-. 7/^-; Adelaide^ Thursday. It was reported late this, afternoon I that Etobert Barrett had; 'been aires- j ted at Swan Reach, on a charge ol criminal assart on a, girl of 14 years at Nooriootpa last Friday. 1

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AIR RAID ON ENGLAND, ONLY SLIGHT RESULTS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

AIR RAID ON ENGLAND, ONLY SLIGHT RESULTS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. The Press Bureau states: Three enemy airships participated in last night's raid. Only one approached a defended locality, namely, Hull. It dropped four bombs and demolished a house. A woman died from shock. Other airships wandered for hours in five remote districts at great altitudes, unloaded bombs on open country, and then proceeded seaward. :

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SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN RAID. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN EMD. (Reiiter'§ Serf ice). LONDON, 'Hiuml&y. The America® 5a Ftjmca eaat o! LuneviHa raided enemy positions. Thev were assisted by artillery, and penetrated deeply.

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CHINA. BOLSHEVIK EXPLANATION NOT ACCEPTED. (Router's Service). SHANGHAI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

CHINA. BOLSHEVIK EXPLANATION NOT ACCEPTED. (Router's Service). SHANGHAI, Wednesday. The Bolshevik leaders at Irkutsk telegraphed .the .Chinese authorities at Manchuria Station that they are only a Hacking the rebel Semenoff, and that they had no unfriendly intentions to wards China. The Chinese authorities replied refusing to regard Semenoff as a rebel. . "

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WEEK'S LOSSES BY SUBMARINES. FIFTEEN BIG ONES. (Router's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

WEEK'S LOSSES BY SUBMARINES. FIFTEEN BIG ONES. (Router's Service). - LONDON, Wednesday. The Admiralty states that the ar rivals for the week were 2047. and the sailings 2062. Fifteen vessels over and three under 1600 tons were sunk. Eight were unsuccessfully attacked. One flsher was sunk.

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A LIVELY ENGAGEMENT. FRENCH REPEL ENEMY. (Routers Service). ONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

A LIVELY ENMaegftSHT. FRENCH REPEL ENEMY. (Routers Service). ONDOtf, Wednesday. A French communique states: After a violent bombardment, the Germans "attacked west of Vaudesineourt. After a lively engagement we drove the enemy out from some advanced tren ches wherein he had gained a footing. The enemy sustained serious losses. There is fairly considerable recipro cal artillery firing on the left of the Meuse.

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BRITISH AIR ATTACK. BRUGES HEAVILY BOMBED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

BRITISH AIR ATTACK. BRUGES HEAVILY BOMBED. LONDON,. Wednesday. The .Vdmiralty slates: Our naval aircraft dropped three tons of bomb en the Bruges Dock on Monday night. Th«y raided billets and sidings at St. Pierre Capelle yesterday, started large flres, and machine-gunned enemy trenches. During patrols th«y brought down two machines In flames. One of ours is missing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

W. F. WELLS & CO., Clothing and Boot Palace. THE 3H6PPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Bar Selestioa o! Meat'a Snit* ls» Quality, Variety, Cat sad fizd*K, TasJor-Made, eanaofc b« be&tea ia ti® Commonwealth- Many lines still at Old Sriwst. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Hen's Hats, Shirts, JEies, &e. ©ur Stotk is EiesptioosaUy Well Assorted In. all Lines. JEhese were bongift many saosttlzs ago So azzivs, and art at the present time mucii be* tow tin market value. W. E. WELLS & CO. AEBXAKDBB-STBEET, EOBT PIEIB; If you have a WATCH and it's a De ceiver, bring it to us. We will take the deceit out of it. All Worft Falthfully and Well Done, and Guaranteed. W. L. Palmer & Co. WATCHMAKERS, Etc., Alexander Street {opposite Blight Bros.) Bargains, VLL 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 WHI...

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GERMAN CONCENTRATION ON BRITISH FRONT. (Reuter's Servioe.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

GERMAN CONCENTRATION ON BRITISH FRONT. (Reuter's' Servioe.) LONDON, Wednesday. A British high military authority, in hi3 weekly review of the war situa tion, mentions that half the total Ger man forces in the field at present are on the British western front. The numbers and proportion of Germaa forces facing the British werft never so great . We are the only Power lights Ing Turkey, he says, except quite small Franco-Italian detachments in Pales tine, where communication difficulties make dramatic developments improb able, but there is no-reason to doubt that our pressure on the Turks will continue. He pays a tribute to the ef forts of France in the early years of the war, but asserts that no member of the Entente has yet borne a part in the war comparable with the British.

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HOW A BATTLEFIELD MURDER WAS AVENGED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

HOW A BATTLEFIELD MURDER WAS AVENGED. A sergeant of the Lincoln. 'llcgimeiit relates a really dramatic incident of the recent fighting-, an incident which brings out strongly the contrast -be tween Briton and linn. "'I'-was ly inar wounded in a nhallow; trench," he said, "when I saw a German ap proach an English lad wio.-wag ly ing on (the parapet badly hit in the leg. lie was <quit« unable to move, but the German deliberately ,<b£yoJ1 etod him through the body as he lay -a dastardly act. At ithat mom Kit I noticed our young sergeant major, -who -was standing; some yards away from the two. I shall never for ,'et the expression* Ha was eoavulsed with horror and." loathing. He did not attemRft to shoot, or stab the enemy, but in a burst ii ungovernable rage disdainfully dropped gis <rifle and leapt, at the Hnn, sprang at him like a, bulldog. Before his iceman had time to realise what had happened, the yoang Englishman had him by the throat, and literal...

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GER[?]AN REPORT. NINETY FRENCH PRISONERS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

GER£$4N REPORT. NINETY FRENCH PRISONERS. (Heuter's Service). * LONDON, Wednesday. A German" official report states; We .raided French trenches north-eastward of Prosnes, destroyed .enemy wotks, v^nd prisonered 90. In violent air ilffhtins we doomed 19 aeroplanes and two balloons yester cfcay.

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QUEENSLAND CYCLONE. Brisbane, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 March 1918

QUEENSLAND CYCLONE Brisbane, Wednesday As the result of ai cyckme at In nisfail 011 Sunday night eight per sona were killed, and practically ev ery house was wrecke3. Steamers had perilous passages.

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