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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

, N (Such of the cable netfs in this i issue as is so headed appeared in The 1 " London Times, and is cabled to flus-1 tralia by special permission. It should j be understood that the opinions given : are not those of. The Times unless I expressly stated to be so). i I "Pray for the Germans" is the ; latest pulpit pronouncement.- Alter '? their unspeakable atrocities we had i thought they, were past praying for. KEEP YOUR On this Space and You wilt See Something to interest You at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. he Big House where the Values are. WANTED ADVERTISEMENTS. Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid) 1/, three consecutive inser tions ,2/6. No advertisement booked under 2/6. .JUNIOR CLERK-Permanent position and good salary offered. Applica tions,. reference (s) in own hand writing- to Thos. Bowden Son, Timber Merchants, Port- Pirie. 3 WANTED to Buy, Fowls twice a weelc. Apply Britannia- Cafe. twth WANTED, to Rent, House Two or Three Rooms, with option of buying; no children. "A.B....

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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JUST KIDS. BOCHE KILLERS' HOURS OF EASE. THE EXPLOITS OF PAT. AIRMEN AFTER THE DAY'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

JUST KIDS. BOCHE KILLERS' HOURS OF EASE. THE EXPLOITS OF PAT. AIRMEN AFTER THE DAY'S WORK. It- lias been said frequently that the air game is the young man's game. It is not only the young man's game; it is the light-hearted man's game. Glance .over a bunch of the youngsters, who ] have made good in the air, and let out .a grouch. You can't do it. Take Pat, for example-"Pat the Boche-killer," j as his pals in the British, aero squad s call him. The United Press corre spondent with the British armies in "the'field, tells a characteristic story in .the New York "Evening- Sun" about the youngsters in the air service- at the .front. He was standing in the British aerodrome-ust behind the lines when a speck in the sky caused some one to remark: "Here comes a bird! It's Pat. Watch him!"' I watched. At 120 miles an hour the speck came at us. Suddenly, at a height of about a mile, tile machine J slowly turned over sidewise, then plunged earthward upside down, j "He's done himself in!" someo...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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FOOTPATHS AND THE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

FOOTPATHS AND THE COMPANY. The stale which footpaths are left in after being" di:*r up by the Gas Com pany was referred to at a meet ins: of the Town Gounci on Monday ni^ht. An application was received frm Mr. G. Nelson, of Soiomontown. that re pair.-. ho made to .the footpath in from of his shop, which were neces sary on account of work done by the Gas Company'. Councillor Hopkins re marked that the Gas Company was supposed to leave the footpaths in the same state as it found them, but this was not always done. He moved that the repairs be made. Councillor Warren said he was prepared to second the motion, provided that the mover added , that the cost be debited to the Gais I Company. Councillor Hopkins agreed j to tin's, and the motion was carried, j

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The Western Front ATTEMPTED RAIDS REPULSED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

ATTEMPTED RAIDS RSPULSED. (Reuter's Servica). LONDON, Tuesday. ' Field-Marsha] Haig- reports: We re-J pulsed attempted raids eastward of! Ypres. . t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

G kittling and Boot Pal ace. ? pfc.. *? w ? hi m : . THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, at Tailor-Hade, cannot be beatea is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrL<si. 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 boug-Ht many months ago- to arrive, and are at the present time much be-; low the market value. ' W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXA^DEB-STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'Plioae 204. . ABS fOEE GUAR AN {EE ED. ALEXANDER-STREET. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. SOME HOW SOME ONE MAY MAKE A MOUB BEAUTLEUL SE33 OF TEETH [THAN .E. A. DUNGEY, BUT HP HO THE PRESENT- - KO ONE ''NO'.WHERE N© HOW CAN MATTB A MOBE NATURAL, SUPEBIOB, AND BEAUTIFUL, SET, - OF .TEETH ETHAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT : DUMQE'TS SUEGEBIES, ELLEN-ST., *PKOH8 184. AAD I VICTORIA SQUARE, Adelaide, SAVED BY SLOT METER. Robert Peter Walker a mining eng...

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THE BATHING SHEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

THE BATHING SHEDS. / Al Monday night's riieeting of Ihe i Town Council, Councillor Taylor re- j ported that a committee comprising Councillors Freeman, Palsier, and j himself had inspected the bathing j houses, which they had found in quite: on insanitary condition, particularly the men's shed. They could not sec how they could do anything to prevent it, j unless there was a caretaker appointed ; to look after the sheds. It seemed that , anything that was done was only pulled to pieces. The Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan) said he woud call the com mittee together again.

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A PROTEST TO JAPAN. VLADIVOSTOCK HARBOUR ENTERED. (Reuter's Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

A PROTEST TO JAPAN. VLADIVOSTOCK HARBOUR ENTERED. (Reuter's Service). A Tokio message says that the Municipal Council at Vladivostok has1 protested vigorously to the Japanese Consul there against the entrance of a. -??apa.ne.se warship into Vladivostoclc Harbour without the Government's consent. The protest is not seriously .regarded as Washington.

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REPAIRS TO TENNIS COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

?«!»? I yt lu.11111 ? PiWB|iiiiMl|..ti»",li .fc'.*Cg33tf?aCg | REPAIRS TO TENiNte COURTS. f The Town Council at its meeting on Monday night received a letter, from iiie". Port Pirie Tennis Club, asking that its courts be repaired. It was de cided to send a reply informing the Club that the Council had not the ma terial with Which to do the work.

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ALLIED STATESMEN. TO MEET IN PARIS SHORTLY. (Reuter's Service). PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

ALLIED STATESMEN. TO MEET IN PARIS SHORTLY. (Reuter's Service). PARIS, Tuesday. It is announced that the Allied Premiers and War Ministers will pro bably meet in Paris shortly. Mr. Thomas, the Socialist Leader, suggests that the Entente should'Offer President Wilson's terms to Germany diplomatically.

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LANGUAGE AT BATHING STEPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

LANGUAGE AT BATHING STEPS. ! Councillor Warren, speaking at Mon day night's meeting- of the Town Coun cil, drew attention to the iilhy language which he said was used at the bathing steps of the wharf, where many lads of lender years bathed. He under stood that the matter had been brought under the noticc of the police. The Town Clerk said a letter had been sent to the police, but no reply had been j received. Councillor Warren moved j that the attention of the Sub-In i spector of Police be again drawn to I the matter, and that he be asked to en 1 deavour to obtain suilicient information j to have offenders arrested and brought j before the Police Court. Councillor S Taylor seconded the motion, which was | carried.

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WAR WEARINESS THE SUPREME FACTOR. WORKERS GRIMLY DETERMINYD. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

WAR WEARINESS THE SUPREME FACTOR. WORKERS GRIMLY DETERMINYD. (United Cable Service.) LONDON/ Tuesday. The Express correspondent, at Am sterdam, referring to $he Austrian strikes, says that the supreme fac tor is undoubtedly war weariness, .?which is almost equal to that in tRussia. Several hints (have been given to Berlin that the people are unwilling- to support the German.mil itary leaders, knowing that peace could be arranged with Russia with in a day. This chronicle's correspondent at Amsterdam supports the report of war weariness, and says that the workers/ exemplarily lavoid violence but are erimly determined.

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NEW SOLDIERS' PARTY. "THE DINKUM'S" IN THE FIELD. REINFOECEMENTS AND REPATRIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

NEW SOLB5ERS' PARTY. "THE DINKUM'S" IN. THE FIELD. KEINFOECEMENTS AND RE PATRIATION. j Something new is needed to Put | I fresh life into the reinforcement :-t blem (says the Sydney Sun). Ordin- i ; aly official methods are so slow j ! that if the usual plan is followed ] iessons learned during the recent rel i crendum are apt to lose t heir sierniii ; canee unless some niitside bodv stim-. juiates zeal. To provide such imoet |us the Returned Soldiers' nrvd Sail- i I ors Universal Service Committee, j which was formed for the ourpose of I advocatincrr reinforcements, and which I took an active part in the camPaizn. j are assisting in the formation of a ) new org-anisation which will br> known 1 las the Returned Sailors and Soldiers , Universal Service Part v. f Opportunity will be civen throueii < ' the new body "for taking? an active | part in political affairs and using other methods in endeavoring to re-. ' move grievances which, had much to ! do with the defeat of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

Fwr The Lively Bootman, Port Pirie The perfection of MAR SHALL Shoes has been obtained only by constant attention to* excellence of workmanship, originality of styles and choice of superior leather -- THE LAT E ST-Long Parisian model, Patent Colt skin uppers, .with. Derby front. Must be seen to be appreciated- ? II 4 for O-ainty- Voiles, Ds ess Length. 4. 5 s lid and rv BreitY ' 6:s: lid* long* tlx fe-'ask-You *o Inspect TheseSpecial Lines I THE POPULAR HOUSE. fi/ly Dental Surgeries will be CLOSED during CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS from Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice Resumed on Thursday, January 4, when wiii be made available to my Patients my New Surgeries and Apartments with finished Appointments an«i Complete Dental Accessories. : O. Afford, Qualified Surgeon Dentist 'Phone 228. Watchmakers, .«0ewei3ers, and Opticians, ?» . - ELLEN STREET, PORT PIE-IE We iavejast Completed Enlarging Our Shop, &E(i Fitted with New and Up-to-B&te Windows. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

The Film Star of the Year. CASINO - To-night - CASINO WILLIAM DESMOND AND ALMA REUBENS in Triangle's Great Problem Play, Master of His Home The Sequel to " Where are my Children." ~ " DARING, ASTOUNDING, SENSATIONAL. ' The Thrilling Story of a Society Lady whose God was Pleasure; whose Dread was Motherhood; whose decree was a Childless Home. 5,000 ft. OF POWERFUL DRAMA WITH A TERRIFIC PUNCH. THE SIGN OF THE CUCUMBER. SHE WANTED A DOCTOR. 2;000 ft. L.K.O. COMEDY. THE WAR GRAPHIC. KEYSTONE'S" 2,000-ft. RIOT. To-Night : : Casino : : ToNight . Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering . from Eye troubles. You get them all at ELLEN .STREET. . We give Glasses only wh,en necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician, i-- -t E. T. Collins Piano, Organ, And IViusic Warehouse . aeexandek STREET, POET, eieie. Importer of High-Grade Pianoa and Organs, Gramophones, R«cor<ls, and Musical Instrum...

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INTOXSCANTS IN A CAFE. POLICEMEN AND A SUPPER. "CHAMPAGNE IN TEAPOTS." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

INTOXSCAfrTS IN A CAFE. POLICEMEN AND A SUPPER. "CHAMPAGNE ]X TEAPOTS." Iwr.i young men, accompanied Jjy a coloured man namedNejjium, went to Dc Silva's restaurant in Elizabeth street, city, on Friday evening week (reports the Sydney Evening News), and did themselves well in the way of supper. They had soup, fish, roast duct, and three bottles of lager beer, i The waiter smiled as he collected the 18/ charged for- the supper, and his i smile broadened when one of the i customers handed him a 2/ tip. Ncjjium was a friend of the waiter's and therefore, thtv waiter blessed Nejjium for bringing him such good customers. But shortly afterwards the waiter's pleasant train of thought was interrupted by the arrival of Police Sergeant Charlton, who made a search of the premises, and .found live full bottles of lager beer, a bottle of champagne, 2G empty lager beer bottles, and a number of oilier "dead marines" on the premises. The waiter had entertained policemen un awares. As a result of the...

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THROAT HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

THROAT HABITS. A cough, a hack in clearing the throat, may become habits. They begin with a hold and keep coming automati cally after the cold has finished . A slight exercise of the -will and the us>? of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy wilt soon rid you of this constant annoy ance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a prompt specific action on Uio throat or air passages.

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RUPTURE WITH GERMANY UNLIKELY. THE STRIKES CEASING. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

RUPTURE WITH GERMANY UNLIKELY. THE STRIKE? CEASING. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. The authoritative view in London of the Austro-Hungarian strikes is that they have little sisnilioar.ee except ;>s showing how the populace in suffer ing, and that they do not indicate a rupture >vith Germany, which is re garded-as most unlikely. Vienna messages from Berlin state that the Emperor Charles refused to accept the resignations of Seidler and Wekerie. The Emperor commander! them to'retain their ministries and accede to the popular demands re garding food, extension of the com munal franchise, woman suffrage, and civil control of industry. Seidler further announced' that- the Govern ment aimed at a speedy general peace without annexations, permitting Poland to settle her own relationships with Austria. ? All the strikes are ceasing, and work is being resumed.

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THE AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

THE AMBULANCE. At a meeting of the Town Council on .Monday night a letter wis received I'rum the Chief Secretary stating' that it was considered that 111e amount ex pended for the upkeep of the ambu lance, £G0 per annum, was excessive, ami asked if the service could be car ried out at less expense. It was slated in the letter that, the amount was in creased from £40 to £60 recently on account of the higher cost of fodder. Councillor Warren sad the cost of fodder was going up: it was doubtful if it would be any less in the future, than it was now. He moved that the .Chief Secretary be informed that the matter is under consideration, but that the Council could not at preesnt see its way clear to reduce the amount. The motion was carried. Councillor Warren said that when h<> was Acting-Mayor he had instructed that a letter lie. sent to Mr. Novice, who carries out the ambulance service, ask ing who authorised the ambulance, to be used to bring in a corpse from Third, Creek...

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"LONG LIVE PEACE." HUBBUB AT, COLOGNE. (Reuter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

"LOWS LIVE PEACE." HUBBUB AT, COLOGNE. (Reuter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Tuesday Cologne is the latest city to join in what to ba a regular pop ular campaign against ihet Father land 'Party. At a meeting there on Sunday great hubbub prevented' any speeches byv Socialists, who were shouted down with cries of "Long life Peace."

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"A WOMAN'S HONOUR." TO-NIGHT AT COLE'S. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

"A WOMAN'S HONOUR." TO-NIGHT 'AT COLE'S. I The commodious canvas quarters of Ciiln's Bohemian Dramatic Company, 'situated, next to the InternationUfr Motel, are a splendid spot for a cool evening's entertainment. To-night this versatile company will present the four-act mining- drama, "A Woman's Honour." a powerful problem .story,, and a large audience is anticipated.

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