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Time for a Real House Cleaning. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
Time for a Real House Cleaning | A p>od housewife would scorn to aeglect her house as she too fre quently neglect* her health. If you've been dragging along neither sick nor well, and troubled pretty constantly by aonstipation, it's time you put your physical house in order. Your own asperienee has probably been enough te shoes' the dangers of the drug re medies. Laxative# and physics cauae mare constipation than ikey cure. The use of NUJOL, an intestinal lubricant,, is a far safer m»ans of getting rstf of eoastlpati#a. NUJOL ia manufactured! by the Sfc&aderd X)il Company (I"few Jersey), ®.S.A. It ie a lubricant, not. a medicine or a drug, and is not ab sorbed by the system. It does not grip© or interfere with digestion. Plea aaat to take. Fer sale by all Chemists and Stores.
"Summer Complaint." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
Summer Complaint. Trace if to its source and you'd ilrsd that most hot weather sickness is caused by constipation. It's impossible to keep well when the. lower intestine is clogged with a mass ol' decaying waste matter which is constantly breeding dangerous poisons which the blood carries throughout the system. Think of the many possible diseases that are liable to result from si:cb a condition. Doctors claim that even consumption in many instances is trace able to habitual constipation weaken ing the resisting powers of the body. NUJOL relieves constipation in t};«? most natural way-by lubricating Ui&lt; lining of the 1 towels ami keeping th>; contents soft. NUJOL is manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (New Jersey). U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a medicine, or a drug, and is not ab sorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestions. Plea sant to take. For sale by all Chemists and- Stores. Wilt T. Gordon please call of send to Recorder OOice for cab...
ALICE JOYCE IN "THE QUESTION." SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
| ALICE JOYCE !W "THS QiiESTJOK. SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. ? CASINO TO-NIGHT. Tin? program to lie sereenel.at, Cranio fiiis. evening promises patrons to that ever-popular resort an excellent- op portunity of a thorough evening's en joyment. Tlie star a [traction, "The. Ques tion," is a'magnificent 5.000-i't. drama from [lie famous Vitasraph studios, and features the charming Alice Joyce, one of America's leading picture artists. The story and plot arc exceptionally fine, ihe acting is superb. and 'lie photography is beautiful.' In all it is a. star of stars, and one Hint cannot fail, to moot with approval of the most fastidious. "The Fatal Ring:," Pa'he's sensation al shr seriab enters on iis eighth epi sode this evening in a most exciting chapter entitled "The Switch in the Safe," -which' .presents 3.1iss Pearl White in another . thrilling adventure in ^innoction with the missing bine diamond. Other pictures on llie brg program are as follows :"T!io Lady Doloctive," a very laugha...
The Land Deals Affairs MAY BE IMPROTANT DEV[?] [?]PHENTS. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
The Land Deals Affairs 18A.1I SB ISEPOBSAFS AU8LAIDB, Monday. N© tin# 6 fc© b« l«st te: tiakfeig ift Jot^icajig. It is ex peetea bo e£ a* isaportaat ckaxao t«ty anti way featl £» further §9v^t opiasBte. £tpeog «8stCb ace Swag m«da ija aecure aSKrtfear hsaaans for Mr. Stylatf b»t thfiv are Sot likely be &u®oeBS HL. ifc is btbnd' that his aolieagues ia tie Cabinet era favorable ta sir ing $Ba mafe&er farther coaSidauaSic^ but the LiljeraS minzfitoiB sac& firmly egaisst it. ai»8y are rsaolv«& th&t there bs flnsdity o& the matter this -wsek, as the sfiajfioa oermjpa&gE, \vaB mb& bs
BABY [?]AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE. PUBLIC IN[?]ESY IN [?] CASE. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
BABY lAT PARLIAMENT HOUSE. MWLie S3? ADEfiMDB, M.OV&Q& Much iafcerest is beiag flakga la GS» cs&o of t£e baby foogd outside Par-, liaraaot Hooee. A yesn^a wflSSSsd woman* Blsia Ms? «*««*, Aar* ged at &a Polio* ConBt tOK$9$* aba®Scffiting ths infant, wiiiafi is Bffcr iji its Q840 oi tfee Sfiaifi# C&a&jeft's Ikp^taaesfc, «« rsgta^i . &s8 ak« vran &&ai. feucsyifea &9h i&a CO-sarsU No avvkaise x^aa taken, a® ie&BMfc rag erfquirfca ar-a beams ©adg. Sfjfl eas» wag adjournal uatQ ¥&atsaiay
A WELCOME CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
A vmuu&s® eHANGS. After what la reported by the Gov ern meat Mettreorokjgi st in Adelaide to have been hottest ten days, ever recorded in .January (the fhsu momefcrical reaffirms fafsrera^ng 97 degrees in the staSs), a eool efeange 'set in on Monday (morai&g, when fairly heavy rain. Began t» fell. The pcecipitatioe continued, with only teligfit iater^aSs, until late in the af ternoon- The rain will oatige garden ers to rejoice, as it will So soma th!n» towaiS ttpafsiag ?h« SUtat ing effects of ifite hot wia&d wMe& pr«via3Iw3 for ssveral flays pMvtoflsfijr.
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
*" POLICB COURT. Mr. G. E. crcswell, J.P., presided over a sifting of the Police Court on Saturday morning, when two police cases were dealt with. Scnior-Con .* table McArthur prosecuted. Karl Karlsen, whe was arrested by Con stable Sires, was fined £J, or 72 hours' imprisonment, for drunkenness. He was before the Court for a similar affence about it months ago. .Totm Smith (arrested by Constable Fergus son) was ordered to pay £3 or so to jraol for seven days for insobriety. This was his second offence within about a fortnight.
RUSSIA'S GREATEST DANGER. ANARCHISM EXTENDING. (Reuter's Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
r RUSSIA'S GREATEST DANGER. ANARCHISM EXTENDING. (Renter's Service). . l'lie. Times correspondent, at Petro grad says the rapid growth of . anarchism is the gre;i I danger .facing Russia. The Bolsheviks won a remarkable victory. Their 5'nl.iV idea was achievement irrespec tive of consequences, but destruc-tive noss is now reaching the limit of its attractiveness and only constructive work is popular. A sense (if duty and self-sacrifice wi 11 secure permanent re sources, but how can they accomplish this when the masses are unstable, and filled with unrest and anarchism is steadily extending. The Government will lose adherents when it tightens its ?control. The Pan-Russian Congress gave. Lenin's giqrh'iratioij of class war an immense oYation. and the declaration that Russia's w'ar obligations would shortly become rubbish, was vocifer ously welcomed.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
PERSONAL. ?His many friends willba gka ft knovy that Mr. W. H. Nasi, who is % patient at the Port- Pirie Hospital suffering from typhoid fever, is making satisfactory progress ' towards re ocvery. ? Mr. Pat Coffey, a well known Port Pirie identity a few years age, and an ex-President of tho local branch of the Waterside Workers Assoeiatidn, is visiting the town. Mr. Coffey is em ployed by J. and A. Browa, Ltd., and a few years ago ho wag transferred to Port Adelaide. Ha is/-at present on busness connected, with his flrin.i Mr. Coffey was President of the A.W.A. during the famous beer strike in Port Pirie about five years ago. ~ Mr. W. J. C. Cole, M.P., who has been visiting- Port Pirie, intended to return to Adelaide yesterday morn ing. Business detained him, however, and he will not leave until tftis morn W's train. , " Private D. G. Malohey, 43rd Bat talion, who died of wounds recently, was % soa-in-luw of Mrs; S. Dug&a, of Florence street, Port Pirie. Mrs. Maloney, widow ...
AUSTRIAN HYPOCRISY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
AUSTRIAN HYPOCRISY. -The Daily Mail's correspondent- at Berrie says that Gzernin is contnm'ng the terrible comedy of hypocrisy which began iri 191-5. He is aware that the Austrian masses madly want peace, but Austria is militarily at Germanys' mercy, and is obliged to carry on the conspiracy and play Germany's game to a finish.
THE CENTRAL ALLIANCE. IS IT WEAKENING? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
THE CENTRAL ALLIANCE. "IS IT WEAKENING The.*. German socialist newspaper Vorwerts reports that a sensational' discussion ,is proceeding in the German press as to whether Count C7.ernin".s invitation to President Wilson repre sents the abandonment, by Austria of Ihe Central Powers' Alliance. All the papers, however, assert that the Ger man authorities read and approved ("Zemin's speech before it was deliver ed.
IMPORTANT TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
IMPORTANT TO ALL. Ia there anything in all tins world that is of more importance to you than good digestion? Food must be eaten to sustain life, and must be digested and converted into blood. When the digestion falls the whole body suffers. Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational and reliable reliever for Indigestion. They increase the flow | of bile, purify the blood, strengthen 11 the stomach, and tone up the whole f digestive apparatus to a natural and I healthy action.
IMPORTANT TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918
IMPORTANT TO ALL. Is thore anything in all tins world that is of more importance to you than good digestion? Food must .be eaten to sustain life, and must be digested and converted into blood. When the digestion fails the whole body suffers. Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational and reliable reliever for indigestion. They increase the flow of bile, purify the blood, strengthen the stomac-h. and tone up. the whole digestive apparatus io 3, natural and healthy action. (Such of the cable news in this issue as is so*headed appeared in The 'London Times, and is cabled to Aus tralia by special permission. It should be understood that ..the opinions given are not those of The Times unless .expressrty stated to be so).