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EXEMPT NIGHTS FOR VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918
EXEMPT NIGHTS FOR VEHICLES. March 24, 25, 26, 27, 23. April 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. May 22, 23 , 24, 25, 26. June 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. .July 20, 21, 22, 23, 24.
The Pirie West Assault POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. THE ACCUSED CONVICTED. PENALTIES OF £[?]/6 OR TEN WEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918
The Pirie West Assault " -o--- : POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. THE ACCUSED COXTICTKD. PENALTIES OF aiyiV/S- Oil TEN WEEKS. 3Ir. D. C. Scott, S.AL,. was-",engag ed in tlio Police Court all yesterday afternoon witli _ the hearing of ' tne charges against J ohn Line J ohssun (22) and .Nils Abald Uansson (27), I both Swedes, in connection, with the Port I'jrie West assault. They were charged separately, on remand, with liaving, a0 (Fort Pirie West on March ;)?, uulaAvluliy assaulted Mrs. Mary Jlackay Kuperfc, ancj| also, jointly, with having assaulted Frederick " W. IIupet"l, the husband. Both 'pleased not .guilty- They were represented by Mr. J.'W. Regan -and Mr. P. Hague appeared for the proscsution. Subsequently the plea was withdrawn and one of v».'Uilty substituted.* AH the oases were heard tvgef her. ?" The informant staled. that she was a married woman residing in Third Street, Port Piric West. On Satur day (.veiling last a disturbance oc curred at their house. Iter hu stand was insi...
Will S. Ha[?]t IN "THE COLD DECK." CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918
Will S. ftatt IN "THE COLD DECK. CASINO TO-NIGHT. At Port Pirie's premier amusement rc3drtt-Casino-a- magnificent pro gram its to be shown. toriught. Wil liam S. Mart, the famous Western actor, will -bo sccnvSu* Iris -"greatest dramatic triumph, "'I he Void Deck,!' a thrilling story oi e?>rly California, in which the stC'n man of silent drama appeared in an entirely new characterisation as Lei^h tbe Gam blf;r. .Never before has "siill" Hart, tlie t'"ue representative oi America's o titers, performed more' hazardous stuuU 'than in "'Ihe Cold Deck," iu which he appears as a' gambler whu sacrifices evi>ry I hin&lt;x in order to lake liie. little siller op Lo (lie mountains to regain her health. Through ti'cac-h cry, be is nuulo to appear guilty of the murder of a stairo driver. He is cast into ' aol aud tin- vigilant police were preparing the noose for him " ben he succeeds iit Iji tiding : the bars of his cell window, Statin" "2^'It to the ground and es&lt;:a:."i...
PORT ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. RUN MARCH 16. TRIALS. SIX furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918
PORT ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. RU:N MARCH TRIALS. R;IX Opera BuulTe. 9.0: Mairc Studholme, 8.12; CoiTuborec lvitiK. S.9: Nobody's Daughter. 8.7 : Battle Queen. K.:>; Pajdy Koran. 8.0; Dontdilla, 7.12; Pangalin, 7.1!; IJer 7.1 J: Mount, Willsm. 7.10; Silkworm, 7.10; Nurse Cavel. 7.'.'; I.idiH'-. 7.!>;. Regimental Luss. 7.0; Sweet Rest. 7.7; Alcoholic, 7.7; K'al linla. 7. i; Blilil. 7.2; Curyulu. 7.0; bell 0.12; Thoogawarrah, 0.12; Encounter Kiit^. 0.10; Blue liliut, 0.8 RIVER -HURDLES. two miles. Prince Maeljfwyn. 11.0: Tr"nlon"st INeihertou, 10.o; Cultul eratne, 10.0; lledonisl. H.l;!: Hardrelly, 0.12; Soofa, 9.10; Bruri, 9.10; Naval 1.eni, 9.8; Bonny Mag, 9.8; Fatal Er ror. 0.6; Auchentoul, 9.1; De- Walden, 9.0; Widgil, 1U>; Loehiel, 9.0;"Proven, 9.0; Mumluelvharilt. 9.0. ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. ' One niilcand three furlong*. WeeCun, 9.8; Dimitol. 8.1; Pistol icr, 8.9; Bangonie, 8.2; Azoic, 7.0; Baraeoon. 7.3; Calauius. 0.1T; Nom ion, G.10; Loeii Aryan, 0.7; lligli'Te sion, 0....
LAURA RACES. RUN ON EASTER MONDAY. NOMINATIONS. HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918
LAURAe RACES. I.N "N KASTKLI MOM.IAY. HUIUH.I:^. ' Pomponswr.'di, Tliak.'irin;xi Billy. Pi'lrkemV, i'.uiinin?f Gol ? iVest. Srnitaria. Sir fislnl', l'atlia 1 >!;&lt;. 11 I.i.irli Turriijiiu. Luchi'-l, Trans ] 111 i11' i. I I'LYJXt; HANIUCAP. i .Mill!.'-'!]'!.''-'. Kficim", Laruon. .I.inir'.s I town. l'i)rs!'Min«\ yun.Mibr«ntk. 1ji?.ri. CMnnntijr. IJmIv I'ria.r. Manuo I lile. i>IiTly Mad*'. Garula. Killuruey , Lady Trent. r\'n Lady. Aryan Lad, 1 irlirosi'. Piav|>l)uvv. 'I'lU \LS. i Miueappo. * 'Lii!H.v. Puiiiiioiiuijorah. ! Billy, Sitov.iovvu. Gappo, LiMh? , PisloJ,_. WjiJr^ki^,. lujuierfujc::. Gonuiuy Tow^r, Lam'a'fi Pride, Hup f.i.'li.r, Gel'iaide, SiTiitaria,. General .1 .>fl"i'".II&lt;i|y l-'iiar. (..oiial!.., ,I.»t»-ly. I'.il.K. P:tibal!ii\ IN''iilral. Liiliabar, Pirhi Bh'lii, GI|t'&lt;Ti.ij>. P'lilif, I"!\vn, IV'.iU"., rreiii'J, B'jI'!!!-ini?. Lifhic!. I nuismillo. ,r!?!i L M l; \ II VMMCAP. F.li.nui", !,mVi.c!i. \]'_iI(fsw-.rr &lt...
THE KELLY GANG. ECHO OF BUSHRANGING DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 March 1918
THE KELLY GANG- - o ECHO.-OF' BUSHKANGING DAYS. Mr. John Carson, a ganger. 0u t&e. Victorian Railways, who died recent ly at Wandong, was once held pris oner -by the Kelly gang, of bushrang &nbsp; ers. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At the time of the robbery from the Auroa Bank, in December, 1878, &nbsp; Mr. Carson' was= emitloyed, on the Faithfully Creek grazing station, Euroa. He and his mate were rest ing in the liuti of a boundary rider, when Ned Kelly appeared at the door and asked where he could get some horse feed. They told him he could get plenty at the house, but refused to accompany him there. "I don't afuppose you chaps know who, I am?" said Kelly. "You might be Ned Kelly," replied Carson's mate, laughing. "A good guess, old man," &nbsp; said, the bushranger, who then took command of the situation. Mr. Carson and his male had only an unloalded guu in the hut, and th...
Russia GERMAN RULE. (Reuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 March 1918
GERMAN RULE. (Reuter's Service). PETHOGBAD, Saturday. Besides demanding the withdrawal j of the Russian troops in the PskofI re gion, the Germans insisted on the Rus sians helping-to destroy bonds and aid ing them in .burning arid pillaging. 1 J It is reported that fresh disorders j have occurred among the crews of the' German fleet in the Aaiand Islands. | The Germans announce that after; the ratification of the peace treaty with ! Russia German Commissions, with the right to veto, will be appointed to Rus- '. sian Ministers to control the fulfilment1 of the treaty. t i
OVERCROWDED HOUSES. (To the Editor of The Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 March 1918
OVERCROWDED HOUSES. (To liio Editor of The- Recorder.) j Sir,-I happen to be one ol' the un fortunate creatures who cannot get a house, ami have been 'living- iii two rooms for the last 11 months, for which I have paid regularly and up to date t>/ a week. The house is a seven .roomed house with kitchen and bath, and lias unoccupied rooms, and is 12/ a week rent. The landlord objects to two families living in his houses. This I did riot know at the time of taking the rooms, as thercwcre people here before us. To please his landlord, the tenant] went to extremes to remove me, know-i ing qui to. well that I had been trying and 'could not yet a house. lie called in the aid of the health authorities, and. brought down trouble on his own head ; by that act. So, failing- tagain his pur- j pose, he then summoned me for pos session. This 1 agreed to give him on or about March !>, as 1 was expecting a house about that time. (I am still awaiting it, as the occupier is not yet ready to re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 March 1918
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The Recorder Published Daily. MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1918. SMELTER EMPLOYE SEVERELY BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 March 1918
Published Daily. MONDAY, MARGII IS, HUB. "SMELTER EMPLOYE ' SEVERELY BURNED. Hoy Hales, aged 30 years, a com f parative newcomer to -Port Pirie, whose people reside in New Zealand, I 'sustained severe bums while working at the? Sjmelters early 011 Saturday morning.. The burns extended .about the arms and back. He was admit ted to the Hospital in a serious con dition. There was a, rumour cur rent Later in the day. that Mr Hales had succcumbed to his injuries, but the Hospital authorities stated, last night, in reply to enquiries, that nc was in no immediate danger.
ANOTHER BRITISH RAID. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 March 1918
\XOTHEE BRITISH RAID. Field Marshall Haig reports We luada ia successful raid north-west ward of Iavacqueria. There is. hos tile artillerjing southwest of Cam brai, ia the neighborhood of the Scarpe northward of Lens,, on both- sides of the* LaBassee Canal, and in the Messines sector. Our artillery set fire to .a large dump eastward of Queant.