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IMPORTANT TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
IMPORTANT TO ALL. JS mere anything in all this world that is of more importance to you than good digestion? Food must be oaten to sustain life, and must be dig-ostcd raid converted into_ blood. When t.he 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 stomach, and tone up the whole digestive apparatus to a natural and healthy action.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
I MISSING FRIENDS. ! ' I-kYNCOGK -Information is reeuesl ccf of Frank Hancock last heard of in Port Piri-3 (arty in 191G- Mother is anxious for news. Will ;>nyone having news or knowing his whereabouts kindly write to Mrs. A. Hancock, "Corn's," OkiPeld Roed, Altrineham, Cheshire, England. IN IVlEMORIAfVI. STEWART.-In loving memory of Leslie Murray Sterat, who was acciden tally killed at Pirie South Railway Yards, Febhuary 2nd, 191T. I often thing of you. dear Leslie, And think of how you died. It was lmrd to think we could nof say good-bye Before you closed your eyes. In the midst of life we are in Death. -Inserted by his loving wife, M. A. Stewart, and little children. .
BRITISH AVIATION REPORT. ENEMY REAVILY BOMBED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
BRITISH AVIATION REPORT. ENEMY HKAYILY BOMBED. LONDON. Thursdav. Field Marshal Haig, in his aviatioa report, says : We heavily bombed an aerodrome southward of Ghent, a dump eastward of lioulers, and rail Way sidings at Courtrai. Our air men also machine-gunned a trans port and batteries in action. We brought down four and drove down four enemy machines u n c ont roll able and shot. down another by gunfire. All our machines returned. We dropped bombs at night on enemy j billets and a railway station.
YOUTHFUL HOOLIGANS. MOSQUITOES V. BUZZERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
YOUTHFUL HOOLIGANS. AfOSnUH'OKS V. BUZZEliS. Stj\ ei'ai cases of riutious behaviour possessing features roniiiiisconl of tii'i old "push" days came beiure .Mr. Paylen, S..M., at the Glebe Puiico i.otirt. i.reports The Sydney 1111;. Richard Braniston (10) and William O'Connor (16), pleaded guilty to a charge of behaving- in a riotious manner in Uiebe Point road on .January 1!). and were each lined 30/, in default seven days hard labour. The evidence of the police was thai about a quarter to 8 on that date the defendants, who were known to take a prominent part in the doings of certain organised gangs ol' youths about their own age, were having a pitched battle with about 50 others in Glebe Point road. Nearly all the combatants were, armed with sticks and pieces of lead piping of handy lengths with which they were chasing one another about, to the annoyance and inconvenience of pedestrians. When the police took a hand the dis turbers beat a hasty retreat, but Bram pton and O'Cononr we...
TALL FISH YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
TAEL FISH YARN. ' About the best fish story. this seas on is told from Port Stephens (Syd ney). Mr. Stead", director o! the State trawling industry, was on a visit to the port, and & fisherman | toM him about a great shark which, in his estimation, was 115 feet long. | When Mr. St.&lt;yvd-srositrd, the idea of the shark's u'le^al length the fisher man; l.tecamel excited and persisted. ITo said the, sharlc was as long ? g& the wharf. Mr. Stoad, was of the opin ion that the i sincerity of the fisher man could not be doubifed, though he thought the sizo was much exaggerat ed. He things the shark is kno\vn as ''white death".or "whitn pointer." Mr: Stead has seen on0 o£ these 'spec ies 20 feet Ion«f, and it is knowc that" they'attain a length o5 40 feet.
"Summer Complaint." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
"Summer Complaint." Trace it to its source and you'll find that most hot weather sickness is caused by constipation. It's impossible to keep well when the lower intestine is clogged with a mass of decaying wast« 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 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 the 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. TREAT IT PROPERLY. ff ymi have trouble in getting rid of Vonr cold you may know t...
OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
OLD AGE. Old aye. as it conies in She orderly process of nature, is a beautiful and majastic lhin.tr. II .stands for ox r»Ti^n"«!, nowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is oid aye as it .should be. but old age as it often is moans poor digeston. torpid bowels.; a sluggish liver, and a .Koneral -feelinjf of i.'i-hc&lUv despon dency and misery. This in almost every instance is wholly unnecessary. One dose of Chamberlain's Tablets taken immediately after supper will improve the digestion, tone up Ihe liver, and regulate tint bowels. Thai feeling of despondency will give way to one \ of hope and good cheer. For sale j everywhere. 1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
A TREMENDOUS ALL STAR PROGRAM. GASH MO - To-night - CASINO THE GREAT TFtlANGLE OFFERIN G' \"* BESSIE LOVE IN THE BEAUTIFUL IRISH DRAMA, >\ MAGNIFICENT AND GLOHltfuS STAR TRIUMPH. 5,000 ft. OF SPARKLING PLAY OF THE EMERALD ISLES. ' The Secret ".'Kingdom-. ..V EPISODE 14-"THE PORTRAIT CF A KING." Another Sensational Chapter of this Mighty Drama. ! Thirst' ! Thirst I 2,000 ft, OF KEYSTONE Riot. 2,000 ft. TWIN TROUBLES. TRIANGLE COMEDY. THE GAZETTE. PAT-HE'S GRAND TOPICAL. TorNlght- : Casino : To-Night Optical BJotice /Quality,' Satisfaction, S A Low Price, Good Advice. Pour things every one wants, especially when suffering .from Eye troubles. You get them all at BEMSON'S Pharmacy, : ^ ELLEN STREET. We give Glassed only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M-.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician E. T. Collins Piano, Organ, And Music 'Warehouse alexahdek-STREET, PORT pibie. Importer o! High-Grade Pianos and Organs, Gramophones, Records, and Musical Instruments. ; All the Latest a...
CHARGE OF UNLAWFUL POSSESSION. HERMAN GETTY AGAIN BEFORE COURT. INFORMATION DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
CHARGE OF UNLAWFUL POSSESSION. HER^IAX GETTY AGAIN BEFORE COURT. INFORMATION DISMISSED. Herman Getty, otherwise Muller, against- whom on the previous day a charge of being a rogue and a vagu hiind was dismissed, was again before the Poliee Court yesterday morning'. Mr. G. W. Halcombe, S.M., was on tho Bench. Getty was charged with hav lu.^-r, on January 3 J, at Solomontown, unlawfully:'had' in his possession two rugs which might reasonably be sus pected of having- been stolen or unlaw fully obtained. Tie pleaded not guilty. Senior-Constable McCarthy prosecu ted on behalf of the police. Alexander Arthurson, police con stable, stationed at Solomontown, stated that at about &lt;5.10 p.m on the previous evening he was called to Getty's house. On arrival he over beard an argument between Getty and a woman named Mrs. Rain. Mrs. Kain said to Getty, "Don't you say anything about me or I'll tell tile police about the i two rugs ydu stole" Witness asked Getty where were , the rugs tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
...» *. »- mjSk: ? THE SHGPP5KS CEKTRE FOR ALL BSEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Hen's Suits for Quality, Variety* Cut and Finish, Tailor-Made, cannot be beatca. is the Commonwealth. Many lines stil] at Old Pri,o3. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hate; Shirts, Ties, &e. . Oar Stock is Exceptionally "Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and nre at the present time much be low the market value. h a A. lirpy i w 12iljijC) nn 'Phone 204. ALBX^T^STREET, PORT PISXE. atciimakefs. £&1£7!T "ibid r^% s » o jr?> * ' Jl/ AiS WSSI GUARANTEED. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. Iflip =» «. Ki V s i ,v 'i '&lt;£?.*=£> s' , BOMB ©PJ& MAY MAKE A MORE - BEAUTIEUL SE3 OE TEETH -THAN E. A. DUNGEY, STJT UP TO -TiiE PRESENE I*JO jUO WHkMi rk' CAN' MAKE A MORE NATURAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIFUL SET- OE TEETH THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT . sal ^ Efaqg 55 if3K^ Stasw 2? SURGERIES, ELI5EN-SI., 'Piione 164. And iVietoria. Square, Adslaida...
TATTERSALL'S ACCEPTANCES. RUN TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
TATTERSALL'S ACCEPTANCES. JlUN TO-DAY. Following are the acceptances for Tattersall'B Meeting, to be run on Saturday:- . TATTERSALL'S (FIRST DIVISION) HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Aislabie (imp), 10, st. 12 lb.; Murillo Bud, 9.11; Shack'o, 9.11; Azoic, 9.G; Alacrity, 9.2; Nomion, 8.12; Silver Heart, 8.11; Arltunga King, 8.5; Wood Knight, 8.5; Bectol, 8.5; Sconser, 8.3; Miss Restful, 7.8; Baracoon, 7.8. TATTERSALL'S (SECOND DIVISION) HANDICAP. . Seven furlongs. jMUlarney Rose, 9 st. 13 lb.; Golden Rule, 9.13; Winapie, 9.12; Loch Aryan, 9.11; Lord Avington, 9.11; Lady Pan dion, 9.10; Believe, 9.9; Bonnie Flag, j9,9: Parhad, 9.8; Lord Cooper, 9.4; Paddy Koran, 9.3; Holy War, 9.3: F.ield Glass, 9.3; Sweet Rest, 9.2; Her Own, j 9.2Zupa 9.2; Marnoch, 8.10: Wai | rakel. 8.8; Target Mark. 8.3; St.. 1 Cyprian. 8.0: Scutaria, S.0; Blue Glint, 8.0; Mumluckhardt. 8.0. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. About two miles. Third Degree, 10 st. 11 lb.: Trenton s Hope, 10.8: Netherton, 9.13; Waltowa, 9.4; Creusot, 9...
CLARE WEIGHTS. Run Wednesday, February STANLEY HURDLE RACE. About two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
CLARE WEIGHTS. Run Wednesday, February STANLEY HURDLE RACE. About two miles. Master Maelg\vyn,r10 st. 5 lb.; Wo kowa, 10.:i: Patron's Delight, 10.0; Rytol, 9.13: Moslem, 9.11; Asparagus, 9.0: Artillery Girl. 0.3; Thunder Girl, 9.2: Mawkwing, 9.0. STANLEY TRIALS. About five and three-quarter furlongs. Weight for age and allowances). Night On. 8.11; Mazaris, 8.11; De porte, 8.11: Asparagus, 8.11: Tostig. Bell, 8.G; Town Nugget, 8.6: Misp Point, S.G: Worando, 8.6; Miss Ber nice 8.6: Hawkwing, 8,6; Robert do Diable. 8.6; Kallinta, 8.2: Intolerance. 8.2; Maaster Pandora. 7.13; Doradilla, 7.1:5: Golden Rule, 7.13; Queen of War, 6.6. GLARE HANDICAP. Bo on tree, 9 st. 10 lb.: Azoic, 8.0; Baraeoou, 7.7; Wee Spec. 7.6; Wol lowa, 7.2; Korea, 6.12; Lord Ranfurly, 6.10. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. About one mile. Queenbrook, 9. st.; Lord Cooper. 8.8; Golden Rule, 8.4; Target Mark, 7.10; Tostigr Bell, 7.10: Tom Nugoht. 7.7; Tinfly, 7.3: Lord Ranfurly, 7.3; Ash ford, 7.3; Robert da Diable, 7.2: Night O...
ONLY A CLASS WAR. PETROGRAD, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
ONLY A CLASS WAR. PETROGRAD, ]?ri;day. i\T. Trotsky refuses to declare wax against Rumania. He says tha Rus sian Republic is waging civil war on ly against Rumanian generals, capi talists, and bourgeosie. We are help ing the Rumanians to cast off their fetters and intend forming; a connec tion between the Russian, and Ruman ian proletariat in Bessarabia under a democratic Government. We have pro vided funds for this from, the Rus sian reserves seized at Moscow, but no mercy wtU be shown, and not a kopeck given to the old Rumanian . government. Bolshevism is spreading rapidly in Siberia, where the Workmen's Council : and other organisations are embrac I ing its isnstst , >