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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918
9x?-y W. F. WELLS & CO., Ooififsiig- and Bool Palace, THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. dur Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Out and Finish, Tailor-Made, cannot be beaten iB the Commonwealth. Many linen still at Old PrL-cs. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in'all-Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the precent time much be loiv- the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALSXANDEE-STEEET, POET PIEIE. TMone 204. W. L. PALMER& Co o_ -, ' W atchmakers, Jewellers, Ajh1 Opticians -AS S3 W0BK GUAEANIBID. ALEXANDEB-STEEE3D. ALSO. AT JAMESTOWN. BQM'E HOW SOiVIE ©ssiE MAY MAKE A MOKE BEAUTIFUL SEE OF TEETH .[THAN E. A. DUNGEY, BUT DP TO THE PBESENffi no- or^e NO'"'WHERE MO HOW CAN MAKE A MORE NATUJRAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIFUL SET- OF TEETH THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT- - SUBfiEEIES, ELLEN-ST., 'Pkoaa 184.-- 7 And .. ..." Viotoria Square, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918
(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 expressly stated to be so). ? The. Reductions in nuuiy lines \\ui ::stonish the keenest buyers, be cause while everything is advancing in ;»Wee we are reducing many lines, and this will mean a groat saving in money to you. We'quote just a few i.'f the many lines offering. GREY' FLANNEL, usual price 2/3; ' Sale Price 1/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual price 3/3; Sale Price 2/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual price 2/6; Sale Price 2/2 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING. 54 in. wide, very special, 1/4J yard. NAVY GROUND TABLING, cheap at 2/6; now i / i 1 yard. 20 Pieces only FANCY CREPE, usually 10id. yard: now 6/11 dozen. 10 Pieces Good Washing DARK PRINT, usually 9 id. yard; now 6/11 dozen 30 Pieces Light PRINTS, usual price 1/3 yard; now 11/6 dozen. A Few Pieces CHECK ZEPHYR, 1/3; ...
The War. Another Air Raid AN OFFICIAL REPORT. CAPITAL NOT PENETRATED. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918
Another Air Raid o AW OFFICIAL REPORT. CAPITAL NOT PJ5NETBATBD. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wednesday. An official report of an. air raid on Tuesday says thai about 15 hostile machines delivered " number ot at tars against London, but none pene . trated the capital. A group crossed the Channel arid proceeded towards London, but our. gunfire turned it back. A single; aero plane later passed round north and west of London and dropped bomb* on the south-western outskirts of the City. Simultaneously another mach ine bombed the north-eastern, out skirts, where neither casualties nor 'damage resulted. Three or four ma chines which engaged in. a final at 'tjack; between 11.30 r.ni 12 o'clock were equally ansucce.-s.'cl. There were a few casualties in tin south-western outskirts.
POLICE COURT. YESTERAY'S PROCEEDING [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918
POLICE COURT. YESTERAY'S PROCEEDING Yesterday morning's sit ling of the Police Court was presided over by Messrs. J. E. Milihouse and G. K. Creswell, J.'sP. Senior-Constable Mc Carthy prosecuted on behalf of the police. IDLE AND ISORDERLY. Charles Olsen was charged with having-, on January 30. had insufficient lawful moans of support, and with being deemed to be an idle and dis orderly person. Ho pleaded guilty. Constable Fergusson stated Unit .he had known the accused during the past fortnight, during which time he had done no work, but had been hanging round the hotels in a 'filthy condition. In consequence of a- complaint made to him on the previous day. witness questioned the accused, who said he was not working anywhere, and was sleeping in the parks. The accused, who was convicted for drunkenness a couple of days pre viously, was sentenced to six weeks" imprisonment. DRUNKENNESS. James Tunks and John Marklnmi. both of whom had previous convictions J against them, were each fin...
ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918
ENGLISH POLITICS. Iii the House of Commons the pro- | j.'Oi'linnal representation proposals in- j serted by the House of Lords in the j Electoral Reform Bill were, rejected t !)>- 22^ votes to J 13. I In the House of Lords the Xon- j Ferrous Metals Bill and the Man- j power Bill were read a 'second time. j
"Wee Lady Betty," GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. AT CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918
GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. AT CASINO TO-NIGHT. A sparkling play of the Emerald Isle, "Wee Lady Betty,'' presenting the charming Triangle star (Bessie Lovo will shown at Casino to night. This glorious picture, which f is upwards of 5,000ft. in length, pre j sents one of the most delightful dra &lt; mas imaginable, and gives Miss Love. fg;reat opportunities to display her un I doubted ability. I A capital supporting program will j be shown. This includes "The Secret Kingdom"-episode 14 entitled "The 'Portrait of a Kino-.*' depicting ano ther exciting 2,500ft. chapter o! this splendid serial drama. jtfark Swain j appears in a Keystone comedy of 12,000 ft entitled "Thirst," a most i laughable production. ! The Gazette, Pathe's big weekly | topical budget of news in pictorial | form, and a Triangle: comedy, ''Twin j Troubles," 1,000ft. of fun, complete a i very fine program, which cannot fail to draw large houses to the popular Casino during the two night's season commencing this ev...
NUMEROUS CASUALTIES. ONE MACHINE BROUGHT DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
NUMEROUS CASUALTIES. ONE MACHINE BROUGHT DOWN A French official report, says,: Four enemy air squadrons crossed our lines north, of Compiegne, flying very high owing to the cleasness of the atmos phere. They; approached Paris from the north and north-east, end bombs were dropped successively on several suburbs. They then ilew over Paris, chiefly to the right of the Seine, where they dropped almost all their .bombs in a few moments. About 20 persons were killed and 50 injured, including numerous women and children. Two hospitals were hit and several "buildings were burned and damaged. Several air lights took place north of Paris. A German aeroplane was brought" down and its two occupants were made prisoners. One French.. aeroplane had to land, its occupants being wounded.
BURRA RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Run February 9. HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
BURRA RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Run February 9. HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. Grace Watson .. . . 10 5 Baraecon 10 4 Patron's Delight . . 9 3 Rytul 9 12 Moslem 9 10 Asparagus 0' 'J Artillery Girl S ' 3 Hawk wing S 0 BURBA HANDICAP. One ami a quarter mites. Jarwan 9 0 Likely 8 10 Gambetto .. . S 3 Rayahs 3 ' 2 Coonuong - 8 0 Baracoon .. .... .. 7 10 Wee Spec ...... 7 0 Master Maelgwyn . . 7 7 Muttawarrah .... 7 5 Korea .. 7 2 Mackerode 7 0 FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Yarrien 10 3 Cap talis tic 8 11 ' Gambetto 8 6 Jamestown 8 6 Laroon S 2 Baracoon 8 0 Queenbrook 7 10 Eager 7 0 Parhad 7 7 Merty Maid 7 7 Mar no ch 7 6 Lord Cooper 7 6 Disturb 7 4 General Joffre .... 713 Miss Bornice 7 3 Tar ire t Mark 7 2 Poci'lliona 7 0 Shotsmith 7 0 St. Cyprian . . . . 7' 0 HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT. One and a quarter miles. Master Maelgwn ..II 0 Muttawarrali .. .. 10 7 Yandurrah 10 3 Patron's Delight . . 0 12 Rytol !) 10 Asparagus 0 4 Sir Pistol ...... 0 2 Grey Hawk 0 0 Hawkwing 0 0 WELTER HANDICAP. Minimum ...