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PORT PIRIE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

PORT PIRIE DISTRICT ine ioiiowmg nominations were re ceived by the Returning Officer (Mr G. E. Creswell) yesterday for the District of Port Pirie:- . \V. J. C. COLE, Wesbourne Park. J. C. FITZGERALD, Port Pirie. H. JACKSON, Underdale. L. R. HILL, Niorwood.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Russia COMMUNIST COUNCIL AT PETROGRAD. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

. \ Russia COMMUNIST COUNCIL AT PETRQGRAD. (.United Cable Service). LONDON, Tii u it-' The Daily Mail's correspondent at iPetrograd says the appointment of ;i jew Communist Council maltes that nty a separate Republic, with .M. Trut ky a I the head.

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The Chasm in the State. (Dr. W. H. Brown.) ARTICLE II. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

The Chasm in the State. (Or. W. H. Brown.) ARTICLE II. ru ?. < . . ti- .j i»._ .wnai-js me essence of Hie unfair ness at present existing >'» between wage-eirn'ng class and the rest of tbs eommiu'.'ty'" It i» this: that whereas all other classes of workers either share or bear alone the responsibilities connected with the direction, the conditions and rewarding of their activities, the wage earners alone are precluded from eith er bearing or sharing any such respon sibilities. A lawyer, a doctor, an artist uf any kind, a butcher or baker, a manufacturer, any. sort of. shopkeeper each of these is brought into touch, with the conditions; which test his work, and determine its value. His in dividual responsibility for his success i or failure brings him up against the question of how far he is well and truly supplying certain needs of his fellow-citizens. This provides an in centive to industry, to intelligence, to foresight and imagination. But, more than that, it gives,...

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The Elections SPEECHES OF MESSRS. HILL AND JELLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

The Eleclit as SPEECHES OF MESSRS, KILL AMD JELLEY. -At the meeting- at the Institute on (Thursday night, a portion of the re port of which appeared in yesterday's issue, . Air Lionel Hill was loudly applauded on rising to speak. He said that Mr. Fitzgerald had concisely outlined .sonic of the planks of the Labor Parly's great platform. Before he entered in to that he wanted to offer his thanks to the 'workers of Port Pirie for selec ting- him by the democratic method of the plebescite. lie stood there not as] an individual. He stood there as a strong: party man, believing- that the oniy possible hope the workers in this community had of getting legislation that would assist them was by having men who would remain strong to their party and strong fo their principles. He had been selected by the trades unionists and workers of Port Pirie, and proud he .was to stand there and have the honor of addressing them. It was a thing that had been lacking in the past, because it had been consi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

Serve your Country by Subscribing It is your duty as a Citizen. If you have not the money on hand the Commonwealth Bank will make liberal advances to enable you to subscribe. Bonds held in safe custody free of charge For all particulars apply to any Branch of the | (Icmmomvcaltb 38anh of Hustralia 3 ?February, 1018. DENISON MILLER, Governor Your Last Chance, Cheap Footwear. .S " Red Pencil" Sale IS BOOMING AND GOING STRONG. LAST DAYS ANNOUNCED. LAST DAY5. SPECIAL ODDMENTS AND REMNANTS MUST BE GOT RID OF REGARD LESS OF COST. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FOOTERY, AH Sorts, All Sizes. ALL B ARC GAINS. SEE STAITE, The Lively Bootman, and Get Wise to the LOW PRICES. SALE NOW ON. SALE NOW ON. MORE ROOM WANTED. NEW STOCK ARRIVING. COMPARISON IS WHAT WE WANT. SEE OUR WINIX)WS. The Big' Drapery Emporium j '7^8*13 HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE?? A Visit Will b Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HOSIERY DIVISION. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

ATTRACTION. EXTRAORDINARY. CASINO - To-night - CASINO Wil Ham S. Hart IN HIS THRILLING WESTERN ROMANCE, The Cold Deck A THRILLING STORY OF. EARLY CALIFORNIA. BILL HART, AS "LEfGH" THE G.AMBLER. 5000 FEET OF THRILLING DRAMA. 5000 FEET. DON'T MISS "WILL S. HART" TO-NIGHT. - Star No. 2. "TWO CROOKS," A Rollicking 2000ft. Comedy. Star No. 3, "AN ODD FREAK," A London Film 2000ft. Drama. ] THE GAZETTE, Pathe's Expert Topical. "HIS THANKLE8S JOB," A Triangle Comedy. To-Nighi Casino To-Slight m BLIGHT Brothers Licensed Land Brokers - - (Under Real Properly Act, 1886), " ? REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. ' $ Money to Lend ESTATES MANAGED. RENTS COLLECTED. U Homes (or Sale on Small Deposits Choice Selection. SURVEYS ARRANGED. . >, , ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS, . \ SEVERAL TOWNSHIPS TO SELECT FROM. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, etc., prepared by Expert Con + / f f veyancer. ,» " ;; I OFFICE: \ .>" <. I ALEXANDER STREET. \ S Ellen Street Dentistry. THOMAS &a...

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AN APPEAL FROM CHILDREN. CHILDREN'S EFFORT FOR RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

AN APPEAL FROM CHILDREN. CTIlLDKKX'.s KFFOUT FOR RFI) CiiOSS. SVnveen tha riat.-s rJ April 1 and 11 i-very child i» almost e\ ery Ht:it« in the Ooiniucii vrnhh is being; asked to make his brst effort to help the funds of the Red Cross whose work among our boys at the front, is one of the gireatest blessing and mercy. Here's where the school children and teachers all over our own-Stat« are rallying up..... ^ tic reports from various country cen tres of aotivity began, very many of them aided by school and local com mittees of parents, by country Red Cross organisal iona and league of Loyal Women, arc reaching- the cen tral committeo of thu Children's Pat riotic Fund. Bustle up country boys'and girls, and see ii you can't out-do your /?ity, cousins. "Would you! like to know what hoy are planning to do"' Weil, here's the city program. On Wednesday, April 10 the children are to have their first button day Boys and girls will l*ave all the sell ing that day, and they are bent on persuadi...

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A KISSLESS DIVORCE CASE. WIVES WHO PLAY WITH FIRE IN WAR TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

KISSLESS DIVORCE CASE. WIVES WHO i'L.AV WITH FIRE IN WARTIME. i "This is a divorce case without a kiss," declared Mr. U.umc-Williaiiis, K.G., M.F., in Ihe Divorce Court, when ihu hearing w as concluded o£ the rcma'V.kablc suit in \vhicli Mr. William Evlward Pearson, a wealthy chemical uiauuiacLurcr, of Hull and J lolly Gourt, llighgate, sought a divorce oil ilic grounds of hie wife's ^misconduct with two co-rcspoudcutP, .iC'aptain Cliarles f ) 1 i\ cr (iervais, of iiJic ".Canadian Forces, and Conmuind er -.Frederick Krnesk Cooper. Mr. .Marshall Hall, K.C., for tlx; petitioner, paid that the wffc WHS a French or Kel^ian lady, ;lnd that" her huslVand complained that she was visited ati iii.s' house, I i oily Court, Ijighjyale, l>v one of lh<: co-rcspcnd euts. Me o(biccfed to her ..going about with her .sister, and said that both of them carried revolvers and threatened to sho<>t ii>m. Mr. J'car son declared that his wile was. ex travagant, and became int...

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GERMAN REPORT. SEVENTEEN AEROPLANES FELLED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

GERMAN REPORT, SEVENTEEN' AKKOPLANES FKLLEH. (Router's Service). LONDON, TIiurs-!;IY. A German ollieiaJ .message \Ve brought down 17enemy (nM-npl.-'iics yesterday, throe of which won; «;»i oulc fox- Freiburg.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

Are SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY PINE RANGE of Our Show of CURTAINS is consiiered GOOD. We have LACE CUR-, TAINS from 4/0 to 45/ Pair, in splendid designs. GRASS LAWN ;uid GOLD MADRAS CURTAINS are allowing to Great Advantage. We have a Very Fiue Lot of CRETTONNES. Among the Designs are those' .-suitable for Furnishing, or the Latest in F!.iri>. One line REVER SIBLE GRETTONNE, vin lied or Green, at 2/tt jard. A V'eif Pretty Cret lonnc.(reversible) at i/C yard. II" you are desirous of. RIS-.GOVERi.NG your DOWN nt'Il.T for the win ter. see our Seleelioiis of FLORAL SATTEENS, just tin: thins; for the pur pose. ' We have a few Very Dainty Lines in JA1» CREPE, which make up very preltilv fur Kimouas, Dressing Jackets, etc. , There are .MANY OTHER LINES to INTEREST YOU at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The Big House where the Values --are. DANCING. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! The PORT P1K1E QUADRILLE GLASS will iiold llieir Usual WEEK LY DANGE. 8 till 12. Prices, Ladies, (5d. Gents. 1/6 (plus tax) Mrs H...

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BIG ARTILLERY STRUGGLE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

BIG .URTILLERY STRUGGLE. (Reuters Service). LONDON. Thursday. A French oormnuniiiuo rrpnris: There ji.r« fairly lively yrlillcry slru;f <t*I s on I lie whole I'Voiil.

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OVERCROWDED HOUSES. To the Editor of The Recorder. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

OVERCROWDED HOUSES. J o the, IStli tm" of 'The Rccorde .Sir.--My experience of this evening is I l-lmik a crying disgrace to such a plave as Port Fine. Here i am, the motk'ar of a large family Oof whom 1 am very proud) unable to get a house because of such a large family. "The landlord:.' hold tip their hands in horror at the idea oi lett ing a houtfe to a family when they .'.-an get three times the rent from fotf^isrners. The < ?o-e'Uimrjit could not build its a house just at present, Hie cost was too high, so I am to uijrht threatened with the street, a3id this by a creature not' lit to tie my shoestrings. I have conic to the conclusion that it is a terrible crime to have a big family, and my advice to all and sundry is to avoid the crime or you will be kicked co post from pillar the same as I have been. 1 am trying under extreme difficulties to bring my children up as little latKes and gentlemen, but this T. cain never do under the cir cumstances, and I often wonder tl...

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HEIR TO IRISH THRONE. DIES A SOLDIER OF BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

HEIR TO .IRISH THRONE. DIES A SOLDIER OF BRITAIN. "The Mac'Dermot lioe," who died at "Monte, Carlo., was. one of the last-left Irish chieftains oi the an* cietit lines. It may be said that he w as the most- memorable, for he was in the direct line o.S descent. from that Diarmid, King oi Lemster, who was to Ireland, three-quarter's o! a millennium ago, . what Paris was to Troy 3,000 years ago. " Whers Diarmid (or, Dermot)? was Kijig of Leinster, and when Henry II wa's King of England, Deaitorgil, the young wife of the King . of Brelney the Upper Shannon and -West Ulster) was !the most beautiful woman in the world. . Kino- Diarmid stoic her, just as Paris of Troy stole Helen ci Greece. And the King bf Brefney, l?ke Menel aus of L-»reece, rouged all the nedajh boring kings to a war against Lous ier, Kids Diannul fought ,on liis Helen ami his Troy, and at last-lost* IJe then went over to England and asked for hell) from Henry I'iantago nc-t. .nid tlial astute Norman king g-avo. Jiioi he...

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FREIBURG BOMBED. PEPPERING THE ENEMY. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

FREIBURG BOMBED. PEPPERING THE ENEMY. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursda Field-Marshal Haig, in ins aviation report, states: During- day-long 1/^fif ing 14 German machines were brought dfnvn "and eight driven down. Six of ours are missing. A German observa tion balloon was destroyed. Seven tons of bombs were drooped ©n Tuesday night on billets between-" Lille mid Gambrai. Our squadrons on Wednesday droo ped nearly a ton of bomb;; on munition works and barracks at Freiburg, Ger- j many.

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The War. The Western Front SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

Sk Western Front ? - o SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAIDS. (Reuter's Service), LONDON, Thursday. Field-Marshal Haig states: We suc cessfully raided a strong enemy point south-eastward of Polygon Wood, in flicting losses and taking 37 prisoners. Our casualties were slight "We repulsed a raid south-westward of Arinenlieres. We raided the enemy's trenches south eastward of Epesy, and hrotight hack prisoners. We successfully. repulsed an attempted raid northward of the Ypres-Staden railway. There is recip rocal artillery tiring- south-westward of Canibrai. and increased hostile ar tillerying in (tie Neuve Chape) lo and Fauqissart sectors.

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DASHES AT THE ENEMY. AUSTRALIAN SUCCESSES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

DASHES AT THE ENEMY. AUSTRALIAN SUCCESSES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. " The Australians have -mad" two i. ,es?ful raids on enemy positions.

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BELGIANS GAIN A FOOTING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

BELGIANS QAiN A FOOTING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. A Belgian communique states: jmer "violent bombardment, our . troops gained a footing in the German tn'nch s south-east, of Lombertzyrjr. and i>nt ut of action all the occupant?. We ^advanced, and, after violent hand to .and fighting, slopped an enemy er attack.

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BAGGED OVER THIRTY. NEW AIR CHAMPION. SEVEN HUNS IN TWO DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

BAGGED OVER THIRTY. / NEW AIR CHAMPION. SEVEN HUNS IN TWO DAYS. Up to this afternoon (wrote Mr. Haflold Ashton for the Daily News on January 31): ;aj certain squadron of our airmen at the front had 'brought down 99 enemy machines. There ds great 'keenness to establish the cen tury before the-old year is dead, and we may get news of this to-morrow. The leaded of this squadron has so far bagged over 30 enemy aircraft. He is a slightly built young ivi of 22, and has had 11 months iof. flying over horel He is. a flight command er, and leads his patrol, but pre fers working by himself in a swift scout with a gun in his liand and a roving commission: It is in this manner that ho has scored most of his successes. The quarry lie prefers is the Boche two-seater that comes over our lines for observation or pjiotobraphy. llis method is to hover at a height of about 18,0w't., waiting fo*" the Ger man. Then 'lie manoeuvres: to; cut him off from lioma and thus ina'ff him fight. He is,a crack fcho...

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THE LYDEAMORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

THE LYDEAMORE FUND. The following- additional amounts are acknowledged: Mrs Francos . .... 0 5 Mrs G. Sioan 0 2 Mrs Goudger .. . . .. . . 0 10 Mrs J. S- Geddes 11 Mrs A. M. Murdoch (Solo montown) . . .... . . 0 10 F.M. 0 4 T. A. Rolland .. .... . . 1 1 H. Middleton. 0 5 Mrs L. Sullivan .. 0 2 Mrs Pelham .. .. 0 2 Ail intending contributors to, this fund should forward amounts by Mon day next, as the list will then close.

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INDECENT LANGUAGE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918

INDECENT LANGUAGE CHARGES. Each of the iccused was then .charged, on the iQfor "nation of Pol ice Sergeant- Bond, with having, at Port iBirie West on jMa^ch 9,-, used indecent language, l imy both j-lPc.d eci guilty. A line of £3 and costs in,td!efault 14 days' imprisonment, \vas imposed in each. case.

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