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MINISTERS AND THE MOTOR HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

MINISTERS AVn THE MOTOR HABIT. Federal Ministers possess the "motor habit" in an alarminc decree. In the early days of Federation Minis ters managed to conduct, the affairs of the Commonwealth without the aid of motor vehicles to take them flying over the country on business or plea sure bent. The Labour Government under Mr. Fisher was the first to break the ice (the Leader remarks), and although the innovation was subjected to considerable criticism, the protest was not so loud or so sustained as to cause Ministers to drop this experiment in the latest luxurious form of rapid locomotion Now Ministers without a blush place orders for the purchase of new motor ears. The Commonwealth lias at its disposal in Melbourne u fleet of 110 fewer than fourteen cars. Recent revelations by (he Common wealth Audi tor-General show that Mr. Jensen has a remarkable penchant for this class of vehicle. If is .seven years sine;1 the first Federal motor car was purchased and until Mr. Jensen occu pied t...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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PALESTINE. SLIGHT BRITISH ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

PALESTINE. SLIGHT BRITISH ADVANCE. A Pa!e.sline official report states': We advanced slightly in thp vicinity of Ar nnties, northward of Jerusalem. We destroyed J 2 enemy aeroplanes during' January.

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SPORTING. (Notes by "Churinga.") [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

SPORTING. (Notes by "Churinga.") Clare Races will be held to-morrow Wednesday), and now that there is direct communication with > Adelaide a large number of City sporisnien will make the trip Horses that look like running well forward at the fixture are as follow:- / 1.30-Stanley Hurdle Race-AR TILLERY GIRL. 2 10-Stanley Trials-ROBERT Lh DIABLE or DORAD1LLA. 2.50-Clare Handicap-AZOIC. 3.30-Trial S takes-Q JJEENB RO 0 K. 4 10-Bungaree Handicap-PLAY FELLOW. 4.50-Jumpers' Fiat - PATROL s DELIGHT. " - . 5 30-Wolta Wolta Handicap GOLDEN RULE or CAPITALISTIC. Plane.ssa, who took the Loyauj Handicap so stylishly on Saturday, is Una-aged in the Newmarket- handicap 'at 6 st. 7 ii>.. and in the. uakleigh j plate at the same weight, _<VhiIe she may not be up t<» the ability of a likelv Fleminglon candidate, the mare . may have more tlian an outside chance ijn the Oakleigh Plate, where the turns i will all he in "tier favour. She is smart Th*;or is no doubt about UkH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

"Back to School Hqain!' The Litlie Ones are Waiting for New Boots. STAITES GET THEM AT - U gh Slocks and at Low Prices. Cheapest in Pirle for All Classes of Footwear.. See 'Our Windows IIciv's something Special for this weelc only. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for 16/9. Tf.IS VEEK ONLY. S T R I T E, THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDEUR STREET. 'Phone 101. Two Big Specials for THIS WEEK. Dainty Voiles Di ess Lengths. Very Pretty Patterns, 5s lid and 6s lid the dress length We asK You to Inspect These Special Lircs PR EST BROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. Dental Announcement (A CARD). My New -HYGIENIC SURGERIES and APARTMENTS are now complete. They have been modelled upon the latest Con tinental designs, equipped with up-to-date Accessories, and afford every facility for high-grade Dental Treatment. A SPECIAL FEATURE of my PRACTICE is the attention devoted 1o Conservative Treatment of Teeth, including GOLD BRIDGE WORK INLAYS, FILLINGS, CROWNS, and PIVOTS by Painless Methods. I.*?" T ^ * " ARTIFIC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

Jii ifcTwiitfc ft rt ^r> ^ AbJigfAiJYVYlW-l -^f^lir->^iJLii'*ii-~i-,nr «.> ru'V A Big Star Program CASINO - To-night - CA8INO AN EXCITING' SECRET SERVICE DRAMA, The Stolen T reaty A Remarkably Sensational Picture. 5.000 ft. OP THRILLING INCIDENT. 5,000 ft. STAR No. 2. The Fatal Ring SERIES No. 9-"THE DICE OF DEATH." GUFF AND GUNPLAY. " THE U.S.A. WAR TOPICAL. A Laughable 1000,ft. Comedy. America's Authentic Budget. THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. To-Nlght ; ; Casino : s To Night Optical _ Motice Quality, Satisfaction A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Ey troubles. You get them all at BENSON'S Pharmacy ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, G.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician. E. T. Collii Piano, Organ, And Music Warehouse ALEXANDEK-STEEET, POET pieie. Importer of High-Grade Pianos and Organs, Gramophones, Escordfl, and Musical Instruments. All the Latest and Most Up-to-date Music and Musical In...

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PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Hun February 16. HURDLE RACE. Two miles. Muttawarrah. 10 st. 3 lb.: Rytol, 10.0; Scrutinizer, 9.8; General JoiTre, 9.7: Neutral, 9.G; Scutari,, 9.4: Little Pistol, 9.4: Greyhawk, 9.2: Sir Pistol. (9.0. i PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. , Nine furlongs. ; Arise, 9 st. 6 lb.; Rayahs, 8.6: Goo '?noug, 8.5: Laroon. 8.3: Wee Spec. 8.2; [Scotch Peer, 8.0: On Parade, 7.10: Holy Friar, 7.7; Muttawarrah, 7.6; Al baree 7.5; CheerUp. 7.1; Etinie, 7.3; Laura's Pride. 7.2: F.H.E.. 7.0: Little Pistol, 7.0: Scutari 7.0. TRIAL STAKES. One mile. Tintly. 9.0; Little Pistol. 8.8: Luna bar, 8.7; Prince Torah, 8.6; Pell Rose, 8.5; Sriowtown, 8.3: -Miss Redmond, 8.2; Petekree, 8.2: Coonatta, 8.0; Tes tis Belle, 8.0; Scutari. 8.0: Bulparine, 7.12; Deporte 7.12: Bill Watson, 7.10. FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Jamestown, 9 st.: Paddilli, 8.12; Laroon, 8.12; Wee Spec, 8.10: Scotch Peer. 8.8: Carawa, 8.G: Queenbrook, '8.5: Gratiosa, 8.4: Wairakei, 8.4: Muttawarrah. 8.2; Merty Maid, 8.0; Marnocl...

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SINN FEIN ACTIVITIES. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

EIN ACT5V1TIES. Published in Tfsa Times). LONDON. Monday. Tin- Tin!.-;? rurrespomhni of, Dublin s-iys that the result of the South Ar magh by-election was largely clue to Unionist votes. The Sinn Feinars are dt'cpiy chagrined, but arc gom* on \v:lh their agitation. They are highly or-' ganiseel. and well supplied with money, ?and arc adopting terrorism where they arc strongest The success of the, Irish Convention would dangerously increase their activities.

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SCHEME OF THE PAN GERMANS. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

8CHE5VJE OF THE PAN GERMANS, j (Published in The Times). I.O.N'BOX. Monday. The T!,n.-"~ '.'Orn>spnrHl>',nI at Roffcr- , .c.'ivs |?i«t [ho Pan-Germans are j furiously exploiting the strikes, ar.d I art; us-ii? the wildest stories for Hie " pn?'i-rfo or isolating the- whnh or tin; . -Socialist members of Urn Reichsfajr. . qii-.Hr.r tliprn as "Our HoisUovikV : -and as onon-ics nt llto naiion. The <>b- ' ject of t!ie Pan-G'Titians ;s In uiii- . ni:V(cI>- unit-' !!io ^i!:or ;>'tr'ies in. iiio . Heichst'i.a into a l>!<>e I'.-ivun'-ablo k» ail- . n&xations ;

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DEALING WITH THE STRIKERS. AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

DEALING YvT!"; THE STRIKERS. AMSTKItDAM, Sunday. A telesr:m! fr> !*i Berlin s!ntos that : the w!tit:iry ;:i'horilios are summon- ; ing" tu tlx? cujoijrs oii soldii'.rs on leave i and men rrrinj [rum Uk' ;:rmy for os- j sentinl Ir.;;! who parUripated in th'c ?strike*.

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PEOPLE TIRED OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

PEOPLE TIRED OF WAR. A p:.:nphlet signer! oy Bernstein, Ditlmann. 'Kaase. Ledebour. ami other Independent Socialist. indicates (hat the latter engineered ihe. strike as "a manifesi-ntii'n of the people's "will !<> finish the; war.7' Many arrests have, bc i: i*iade, inclit dingr some of {he won""-->'s leaders. Herr Intlman. the .-Vrialistleaii-;-, has been charged with treason The Government wei-: ;;:es the inter vention of the modei-:-ii- Socialists, hut blunty refuses to ::»cet the strike leaders.

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LYING GERMAN TELEGRAMS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

! LYING GERMAN TELEGRAMS. i (Renter's Service.) LONDON. Monday. Mr. Tower, the Daily Mails corre spondent at Rotterdam, says that Hip German Government lias disseminated lying leegrams alleging that the slril;es in Germany overjoyed the British and French for the purpose of showing I hat discontent plays the enemy's Allies' same, while official press agencies producer] fancy pictures for tho benefit of foreigners, representing the majority* of patriotic Germans scorning- the. ro a clulionary program.

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EXCITING SCENES IN BERLIN. SABRES DRAWN. AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

EXCITING SCENES IX BERLIN. SABRES DRAWN. ! AMSTERDAM, Sunday. ' There *v<?ws exciin? scenes in Berlin on Friday and Saturday. Strong- forces of police were posted with a view to prevent a repetition of rioting, never the loss grave collisions occurred. Trams stormed, window's broke, and lines and overhead wires destroy ed. Sometimes 'he carmen were as saulted. Whenever such scenes oc curred the police used drawn sabres. Special couriruartiaJs have commen ced their sittings. Numerous suburban meetings were dispersed with sabres. ? The Lok/t! Anzeger states that 15 per cent, of the strikers have returned to work at the Hamburg shipyards, where the strike committee ordered a general resumption Spandau is thickly guarded by armed police and troops The Bremen ship- f yards have been placed under military j control . I Count von IlerMing. the German j Chancellor, declined to receive a depu tation from the strikers on the ground I that a section of the people must not. attempt t...

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COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, Montiav. Following' are current prices in Port Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb. 0 I 11 Butter (dairy), per lb. . . 0 1 2 Fresh Eggs, per doz 0 0 9 Ham, per lb 0 1 6 Bacon, per lb 0 1 3 Lard, per lb 0 1 3 Dripping, per lb. ..... . 0 010 Cheese, per lb 0 1 2 Onions, per lb 0 0 2 Potatoes, per qr 0 3 0 FODDER. ETC. £ s. d. Chaff, per ton 3 15 0 Hay (baled), per ton .. 3 15 0 'Flour (wholesale), per ton 11 0 0 Bran, per bushel 0 1 4 i Pollard, per bushel .... 0 1 5

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PROBABLE GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS PROMOTION FOR MR. MITCHELL. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

PROBABLE GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS . - o PROMOTION FOB MR. MITCHELL. ADELAIDE, Monday. It is understood that Mr. S. J Mitchell, S-3T-. will be appointed Commissioner of Insolvency, and . S/M. of the Local Court in succession to the late Mr. J. G. Russell, and thai, Mr. 11. W. Smith, the present Deputy Commissioner of Taxes will be ap pointed; Commissioner of Taxes and Mr. E. H. Cornish made Commission er of Stamps.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

Clothing and Boot Palace, THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Seleotioa of Mem'a Suita for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, a£ Tailor-Made, cannot be beatea is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri,«s. Wo are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Sto«k ia Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the precent time much to low the market value. W. F. WELES & CO. ALEX AN DEB-STKEET, PORT PiBIE, ?phoaa 204. W. L. PALMER& Co LI i O- - Watchmakers, Jewellers, And Opticians - rn i iq <ABS WQBK GU ABANJEEED. ALEXANDER-STEEE®. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. Some Day SOME HOW SOME ONE MAY HAKE A MORE BEAUM5UL BES OF TEETH ETHAN E. A. DUNGEY, BUT UP SEO ffHE PEESEN® NO ONE NO WHERE NO HOW CAN HAKE A KOBE NATUBAL, SUPERIOB, AND BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH {CHAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT- i DUNGEY'S SUBGEB1ES, ELEEN-ST., 'PilOBt 1W, Ajftfr-* ' '< Vietoria. Square...

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The War. Social Upheaval in Germany WHOLESALE ARRESTS. BERLIN IN A FERMENT. (Published in The Times). AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

WHOLESALE ARRESTS. BERLIN IN A FERMENT. (Published in The Times). AMSTERDAM, Sunday. Despite lite semi-official assurance that the strikes in Germany' are waning- and that order has been re stored, there is no doubt the movement is increasing in Berlin and sporadically sprinsmjr i;n m the provinces. The Commandant at Bradcnburg (Gmier.d v«m Kessei) has taken over the m;:in ^factories and issued a procla mation saving ihal, those not returning' to work will be prosecuted for high treason or incorporated in the army.

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BOOKMAKERS HEAVILY FINED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

BOOKMAKERS HEAVILY PIKED. ADELAIDE, Monday. The detectives have been very suc cessful lately bagging offenders at race meetings. Last Monday six were secured and lines aggregating neariy £150 was imposed. To-day six oth ers were brought before the Court eharbed with illegal betting and about iilSO was .added to the reVenue (Counsel iwl '-the deftfcrdants. made an' eloquent appeal on ethical grounds but Mr. Mitchell.. S.M., replied that while admitting he saw no crime in! a bet, which seemed to bim an iaof-i fensive proceeding, he could not trust. J himself to measure these offences, j The Legislature had done that for him, and it took the view that wag-! ering was. not* a trifling offence ag-1 ainst society. He was bound to think that this was the view af the major ity of the people. If this form of crime became very prevalent the pun ishment would to increased accord ingiv. It; might be a detective w&y r)f doing It, to vicariously fix these penalties, hut there had not yet ...

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DESPONDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

DESPONDENCY. i Is often caused by indigestion and ! constipation, and quickly disappears when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken For sale everywhere.

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DISGUSTING LANGUAGE AT SOLOMONTOWN BATHS. To the Edito. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

DISGUSTING LANGUAGE^ SOLOMONTOWN BATHS. To the Edito. Sir-Kindly allow m espace in your paper to express my disgust at the filthy and disgusting' language used by both men and boys.in the vicinity of the Soloomntown bathing sheds and, in fact, most of our bathing' spots in. Port Pirie. It seems to me, sir, that there are many who as soon as they get t.o these places think it is time to make use of such anguage and so spoil the pleasure of others. Many fathers who are there with their hoys are so ashamed that if this is allowed to go on as at present cannot allow i their- children near these places. Those j who do try to stop this sort of thing | tire subject to all manner of abuse. ' Surely, sir. there is some power that can prevent this practice Trusting that the proper authorities will do some- j thing before long and not prevent tho pleasure of so many. I I am, etc.. L. C. W. LEWIS. Ellen street.

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"THE STOLEN TREATY." 5,000 FT. SECRET SERVICE DRAMA. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

"THE STOLEN TREATY. 5,000 FT. SECRET SERVICE DRAMA. CASINO "TO-NIGHT. A rornarkabiy sensational star pic ture finds its position on Casino's great program for Monday and Tuesday. It is entitled "The Stolen Treaty"-a 5,000 ft. Vitagrapli star. The play deals with the disappearance of a secret treaty made between the United States and another country, publication of the .contents of which would bring America into serious1 complications with the world. Prince Zarl of Zorania is in America apparently for pleasure, but really the emissary of a foreign coun try in making of a secret treaty. While tiie prince is at a reception given in his honour, Geoffrey Wynne, ostensibly a society idler, but in reality a secret ser vice man, is summoned to Washington by the Government He is assigned to solve the mysterious disappearance of 1 liis secret treaty and the identity of the thieves who are demanding 15,000,000 dollars for its return Wynne meets the thieves- by appoint ment, and notes that one ...

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