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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

OF iwf h!;F fe life «*£?' WILL BE '?-?%. AT THE n nou Tiie Reductions in many-lines \\ni astonish- i!ic keenest buyers, be cause whileeverything is advancing- in price we are reducing many lines, and fhis will mean a. great -saving in money to. you...We- quote just a few of the many lines offering. GREY FLANNEL, usual price 2/3; Sale Price I/O yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, -usual price 3/3; Sale Price 2/0 yard. XATURAI.- FLANNEL, usual price 2/0; Rale Price 2/2 yard. N UNBLEACHED SHEETING. 54 in. wide, very special. 1/4-1 yard. X-VVY GROUND TAR LING, cheap at 2 / C>: n ow 1/11 yard. 20 Pieces only FANCY CREPE. usually IftAi!. yard: now 6/1J dozen. 10 Pieces Good Washing DARK PRINT, usually S)Jd. yard; now 0/M dozen j 30 Pieces Light PRINTS, usual price, 1/3 yard; now 11/0 dozen. A Few Pieces CHECK ZEPHYR, 1/3; Sale Price 10A yard. A Limited Quantify onlv LADIES' PLAIN BLACK IIOSE, 8id. pair. LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, very special, 1/0 pair. LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE. 2/0; Sale Price 1/11...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Self Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

Self Poisoning. That's just what it is-tne poisoning of the system by itself. Few people realize he seriousness of constipation, which doctors now say is the direct or indirect cause of a large majority of the ailments from which mankind suffers. Laxatives and physics won't keep you free from constipation .They whip &nd spur the bowels into action and frequently make constipation chronic. The use .of 1SUJOL, an inter nal lubricant, is a fat more sensible remedy. NUJOL is manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (New Jer sey), U.S.A. Jfc is g. lubricant, not a medicine or a*drug, and is not ab sorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestion. Plea jsant to take. Eor sale by all Chemists and Stores.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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NORTHY-WESTERN CHRISIAN ENDEAVOUR UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

NOHTH-W E5TF,RN Ol! HiST I AX ENDEAVOUR UNION. Th«.' Secretary iMr. F. W. Symon. writes form Crystal Brook: The NorU Western Christian Endeavour Uni< IioUl A very successful Rally at Wai dearah East on Wednesday, Januat 23. The couneil'mccling' Was held fros 4 to. 5.150 p.m. T!;c tea, a. «i-ne sp.i-c-u I'oHowed. The public meeting' at p.m.. wa's addressed by the. Rev. _\. i .tones, (if Gladstone, on "Tile En deavourer in the Home." The Rev. i A. Gunter. of Crystal Brook, spoke- <? "The Kndeavonrer in the Chuiv:.. The Rev. .V. Cowans, of Port r*:ri? dealt wijli "The Kikloimiiirei' hi !!' World." The addresses were s very hijrh order, and vvor? sm-ai: appreciated. The President nf !;. 'Union .; \h>. 0. S>mtihs i pros;:! Kitrhi emlOivotirers made lite joir1:: 'from Crysi.-d Brook, and 25 ivuue : Port Pirie.

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BURRA RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Run February 9. HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

BSJRRA RACES. Tin-: WEIGHTS. Run February '.>? 1IA X MIC A P H U P. 0 Li-:?. Two miles. 10 9 '.) Ornee. Watson . . .. 10 Baracoon .. . 10 Patron's Delight - . " Uy io! . . !> 12 Moslem . . . . Asparagus Artillery Girl . iiawkwirt.u' BURRA HANDICAP. One anil a quarter miles. .lanvan i.ikeiy - . . . . . - Ganibetto Rayahs CiiKiitii'Cijr Briracoori . . Woe Spec . . . . . Master Maelgvvyn Aliitiawarrah . . . Korfa . Mackerode FLYINH HANDICAP. Six fnrionITS. Yarrien Captalislie r.ambeiio .Ta»ir:.vl OV.'Il Laroon Raraccion Oiii'.cnbriiol: Racer Pari i ad M>-rty Maid M.anwh " Lord Cooper Disturb i.>!ieral -1: >ffro . . . Miss Beriiiee Tarjre! Mark liuciiliona . . ; : . : . Shoismilii Cvnrian HANDICAP JUMPER: 10 s >! S S :: 3 ii o 0 FLAT. On*1 or.ii a quarter miles. fi Master Maolgwn MiiUawnrrah Yandnrrab Patron's Delight Rytol Asparagus Sir Pistol Ovey Hawk . . Hawkwini-" WE LTEr? 1 (AN DICAP. Minimum weight 8 si- Seven fi:i"ini!«s. 5-2 10 ?'» .2 a ^ o . Like .lamesto'wn ...

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HEAVY RAINS. A RAILWAY WASHAWAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

HEAVY RfllWS. I A 1IAILWAY WASHAWAY. j * ADELAIDE, Tuesday: j There hiave been heavy rains b bveeii Quom and Oodnadatta and washaway occurred at one point c the line

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Prohibition MR. BUTLER ANNOUNCES OPPOSITION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

IWR. BUTLER ANNOUNCES OPPOSITION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Speaking at a luncheon at Tanun da on ilonds^ the ' Treasurer (Sir Richard Butler) said he and his col leagues would oppose prohibition and any move to bring it in as a side Issue. *

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BECOMEING A BUSINESS. HEAVY FINES FOR BETTING ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

BECOME NG A BUSINESS. HEAVY FINES, FOR BETTING ADELAIDE, Tuesday. At the Folic? Court this morning ! five men were charged with betting, and fines amounting to nearly £150' were imposed. Two had to pay £-10 each and three others £20 each. 31r. S. J. Mitchell, S.3I., said it was evident that betting was being made a business,T or he might be inclined to reduce the lines.

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EXPEDITIONARY FORCES MAIL. REACHED ADELAIDE YESTERDAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

EXPEDITIONARY FORCES MAIL. REACHED ADELAIDE ' YESTERDAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. A mail from the Expetlitionary I'orces reached Adelaide to-day.

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"STRANDED," THE GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. CASINO, TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

THE GREAT TRIAKGLE SUCCESS. CASINO, TO-MGMT. Patrons lo tlic Port Pirio premier picture pavilion, Casino, are' Lo he afforded an excellent night's enjoy ent litis evening. when the oTforiiifr Jo 1)0 shown includes three big star at tractions. .Miss Bessie Love, oinV <if America's foremost screen favourites, will bo seen in the great Ti'ianjjle drama, "Stranded." This remarkably powerful story, which is presented in live throbbing acts, gives Miss Bessie Love glorious opportunities for dis playing her great emotional power and intense dramatic capabilities. The story s<* one quite uniuue in plot, wit!', numer ous thrilling and exciting scenes, and is superbly portrayed; in a word, it is a nicture that is too good to be missed. The next star attraction is a Lubin Feature drama, entitled "Final Pay ment," a 3,000-ft. picture which can not, fail to meet with generous "ap proval. The laughable part, of the evening comes next with an excrucia tingly funny L.K.O. come...

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RESCUED FROM THE RIVER. BOY FALLS OFF THE WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 30 January 1918

RESCUED FROM THE RIVER. BOY FALLS OFF THE WHARF. A boy named Grainger, who resides with bis parents in Port Pirie West, had a narrow escape from drowning yesterday. . He was walking along the railing at the edge of this Baltic. Wharf, when h: s foot slipped and he fell into, the water. Mr. E. T. Duncan, who was supervising- the pulling down of a shed in the vicinity for the Wheat Harvest Board, noticed the accident, and went tq the assistance of the struggling lad. Air. Duncan! was divesting himself of his clothing, when he noticed a rope close hamdy. Fortunately the boy was close into the wharf, and, witE the assistance of the rope, Mr. Duncan managed to get him into snfu tv. When taken from the water youn^ Grainger iwas so exhausted that he was unable to speak, but after a while he came round. Had it not been for the prompt action of Mr. Duncan there is little cjouht that he would have been drowned.

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SARRAGE FOILS ENEMY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

BARRAGE ?CP.S ENEMY. LONDON, Wednesday. The maroon warnings in London worked admirably. They had the effect of speedily clearing ? the streets. Alter an interval gunfire was heard, intimating that the raiders, were ap proaching. but a heavy .barrage pre vented the enemy penetrating the heart of the metropolis, and, the bombs were mostly dropped on out lying suburbs,, above which numerous air fights toot piace in a brilliant clear sky.

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THE RASD IN LONDON. STILL IN PROGRESS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE RASD IN LOW DOM. STILL IN PROGRESS. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. The Press Bureau states -that hos tile aeroplanes crossed the Essex to Kent coast- at 9-30 yesterday evening. Xone of the enemy, penetrated the London defences., but bonil» were re ported to have been dropped on.the outskirts of London. The raid is still in progress. LONDON, Wednesday. A prolonged Gotha raid on Lon don is proceeding.

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THE GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE GEIIMAN REPORT. Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday, j A German official report says : "We I i dropped bombs 011 London and Sheer-" ness with good results.

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The Sir Raid OFFICIAL CASUALTY FIGURES. 17 INJURED; 169 WOUNDED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

OFFICIAL CASUALTY FIGURES. IX INJURED ; 169 WOUNDED. (Router's Service). - LONDON, Tuesday j The aii." raid 0n London was car j ried out in tie now familiar relays. I Coastal and suburban barrages turn j (?d back tbe majority of the raiders, pne aeroplane was chased miles to wards the coast and brought down afire. . It is officially announced that as a result m list liigiit's air raid 14 men, IT WiiiiU'ii. and 10 children wore kill ed, nnd men, r>0 women, and 17 children were injured. The material .damage was not serious.

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RUMANIAN GOLD. SEIZED BY BOLSHEVIKS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

RUMANIAN'- GOLD. KIZED BY BOLSHEVIKS. Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday j The Bolsheviks have seized the IIu | RiaxtlatL gold and expelled M. Diam | andy from Russia. The Bolsheviks ! state that this is the direct result of Ron-mania's hostility to the Re j public. They promise to ."hand O CT j the wold intact to the Human* re - i pie if the Embassy Staff alio e\ | pelled.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

SPORTING. J (Notes by "Ghuringa."). : Goklen Rule, the winner <?f the i First Trials, is trained by Shadrick. He! is a three-.year-old gelding by Poman- j dor from Can taker, and scored with i out trouble from Udine. Golden Rule j is owned by Mr. R. H. M. Mope. | .Loch Aryan has at last redeemed himself. Dobbin had almost given liim up, and would not recommend him to his friends in the ' second division of the Trials. Loch Aryan condescended to do his best on this occasion, and he cut Paddy Koran down with the mini mum amount of comfort. An Ion bridge was always in a fighting position, but he is evidently no cham pion. Region tai Lass fell, otherwise she-would have been prominent-. Holy War put up a poor fight, and backers, no. doubt, will pass him out. Perhap the biggest surprise ? of the afternoon was the defeat- of Murran gong and Edinol in the Steeplechasers' Flat. Edinol never once threaten&d danger. Murrangong was probably kept too far out of his gorund, and...

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"Summer Complaint." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

"Summer Complaint." Trace it to its source and you'll find that most hot weather sickness is caused.by constipation. It's impossible ; Eo-fcetsp-v-cli- vt ilea the. lower intestine lis clogged with a mass of decaying | waste matter which is constantly breeding dangerous poisons which the I blood carries, throughout the system, i Think of the many possible diseases 1 that are liable to result from such 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 the most natural way-by lubricating the lining of the bowels and "keeping {he 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.

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RUMANIAN PREMIER RESIGNS. GENERAL AVERESCO TO SUCCEED HIM. (Heater's Service). AMSTERDAM, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

i _ - | CSYRII/'IKJAR'J PRER/IIEF? RESISKS. GENERAL AVERESCO TO SUC CEED Hiar. (Heater's Service). AMSTERDAM, Tuesday I A Berlin telegram states that the | Rumaniaii Premier (31. Datomio) has | i-esigned. General Averesco is suc | ceeding liini.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

C lot Magi and See t Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR, Our Selection of Men's Suits ior Quality, Variety,. Cut and Finish, &£ Taiior-M'adeV cannot be beaten is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Prj^s. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Sfairtg, Ties, &o. Our r Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These'were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the precent time much be low the market value. ' W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'Pfcone 204. . W. L. PALMER& Co __ o . / , i Watchmakers, 'Jewellers, And Opticians ' Alia W0B1 fiUAEANSDEED. ALEXANDER-STREETS. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. SOfWIE K0W SOME O^E MAY MAKE ' A MORE BEAUTIFUL SE3G OF TEETH TILAN E. A; DUNGEY, BUT UP TO THE TRESES S\i0 OiyH MO WHERE NO' HOW CAN MAKE A MORE NATURAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIEUL SET OE TEETH THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT D'yiMQEY'S SUEGERIES, EL1.EN-ST., 'Pjaoaa 184i Aad Victoria Square, Adslaide. S. C. CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

" '=".i . .. 3 STAR ATTRACTIONS. 3 'Q$8|NP'::'- To-night - CASINO THE CHARMING BESSIE LOVE in Triangle's Latest Release W STRANDED Y » A Powerful and Sensational Drama. ~ 5 THROBBING' ACTS. 5 ' ? . '" ? STAR No. 2: ... , ^ ? ' Final Payment A Beautiful Star Romanee. 3,000 ft. OF LUBIN'S BEST. 3,000 ft. STAR No. 3. His Prairie Chicken. A Rollicking Riot of Merriment.. 2,000 ft. of L.K.O.'s FRIVOLITY. 2,000 ft. f THE LATEST WAR GRAPHIC. T©-f^ight : : Casino : : ToNight Optical Notice ?jj-gg^ - Qualify, Satisfaction, 5 A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at ' BEMSOM'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. ; We give Glasses only when necessary. ' Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician E. T. Collins Piano, Organ, And Music Warehouse alexande^-STEEET, PORT PIRIE. ' Importer of High-Grade Pianos and Organs, Gramophones, Records, and Musig&l Instruments. All the Latest and Most Up.-to-date M...

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