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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

DEATH. HURST.—At the Port Pirie Hospital, on Saturday, February 2, James Alfred,   youngest son of W. and M. Hurst,   aged 8 months. Rest in Peace.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE EXECUTION OF A. E. BUDD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

THE EXECUTION OF A. E. BUDD. Albert Edward Budd, who was exe cuted in the Melbourne Gaol for the murder of his foster sister, was a re turned soldier. On Thursday morning the metropolitan newspapers contain   ed an advertisement worded as fol lows: -"In honoured memory of our old Anzac comrade, Albert Edward Budd, who died on January 29 He met his death like an Anzac. Inserted by his comrades" Then follow the names of a number of those men who were in the same battalion as Budd.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORWEGIAN SHIPPING LOSSES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

NORWEGIAN SHIPPING LOSSES. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Monday. Reuter learns that- 12 Norwegian vessels were lost in January through 'the Avar, and eight Norwegian sail- , ors were killed. i

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The French Scandals BOLO PASHA TRIAL. REQUEST FOR ADJOURNMENT REFUSED. (Reuter's service.) PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

BOLO PASHA TRFAL. REQUEST FOll AC-j'OUENJ.lEN'T REFUSED. (Router's service.) I'AIIIS, Monday The trial of Bolo Pasha and others : on charges ol treason was begun to- ^ day before a .Courunartial Counsel for the defence, pointing out that a slate of war. did not exist between France and Turkey, request ed an adjournment in order to call witnesses from Constantinople also the Hearst Newspapers proprietor in the United States. . ' The Court refused, on the ground that it had not the power to compel the attendance o? such witnesses. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

^ *pT|^ S'AliE OF SUMMER DRAPERY WILL BE IN FULL SWING f AT THE i-BIg House To-Day" ! The Reductions in many lines wui astonish the keenest buyers, be cause while everything is advancing in price wc are reducing many lines, and this, will mean a great saving in rnon;'y to you. We quote just a few <jf the many lines ottering.- > GREY FLANNEL, usual price 2/3;' Sale Price 1/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual prioc 3/3; Sale Price 2/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual price 2/0; Sale Price 2/2 yard. UNBLEACHED . SHEETING, 54 in. wide, vorv special, l/'iA yard. NAVY GROUND TABLING, cheap at 2/C,; now 1/11 yard. 20 Pieces only FANCY CREPE, usually lOAd. yard; now 0/11 dozen. 10 Pieces Good Washing DARK PRINT, usually 9id. 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; Sale Price 10} yard. A Limited Quantity onlv LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, S'.d. pair. LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, very special. I/O pair. LADIES' PLAIN B...

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BRITISH WARSHIP REPORTED SUNK. DENIAL BY THE ADMIRALTY. LOSS OF THE E14. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

BRITISH WARSHIP REPORTED SUNK. o DENIAL BY THE ADTvlIIlALTY. LOSS OF THE E14. LONDON. Tuesdav. The Admiralty denies a German wirelesa report that a large English warship, a$ rompauied by torpedo boat chasers, was mined and sunk in the Firth of Forth. There was 110 incident upon which sucn a state ment could be based. The Admiralty says that the sub marine E14 proceeded, to the Dardan elles on January 27 in order to com plete the destruction of the warships G-oeben. A wireless Turkish official message reports that E14 was sank at Kurtt^ale - nd that seveti men were sayed. It' adds that the Turks shot off the periscope o£ the E82, which the Turks certainly regarded aa des troyed. The British Admiralty states that all our vessels except the E14 returned to their bases.

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COMMUNAL KITCHENS. ESTABLISHMENT IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

COMMUNAL KITCHENS. ESTABLISHMENT IN ENGLAND. "LONDON, Tuesday. The Ministry of Food announces the ea-rly establishment throughout the country ot a system oi communal kitchens. Local authorities ?will own and manage them, the Government providing 23 per cent, of the initial outlay and guaranteeing- 25 per cent, of the initial working expenses. The kitchens are intended for the use of all Masses, and the dining room at the JTouse of Commons might be placed on the communal basis.

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SHIPBUILDING. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S PART. MR. BICE VISITING SYDNEY. ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

SHIPBUILDING. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S PART. MR. BICE VISITING SYDNEY. ADELAIDE. Tuesday. The Commissioner of Public Worlcs (Mr. Bice) left for Sydney to-day to confer with the Commonwealth ship building- expert regarding South Aus tralia's part, in the scheme. He will in terview a New Sou l!i Wales firm re carding negotiations which have been in progress for some lime for the use by the Government of certain plant at Port Adelaide. Mr. Bice has been communicating with engineering worlcs at, Port Pirie regarding co-operation with the ship building yards in the manufacture of standardised parts of vessels, and the response, lie says has been-highly satis factory. Mr. Bice, will be away for ten days.

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GERMAN SOCIALIST SENTENCED. FOR HIGH TREASON. (Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

GERMAN SOCIALIST SENTENCED. FOli HIGH TREASON. {Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Monday. A Berlin telegram states that the Socialist leader Herr Dittmann has been sentenced to five years' confine ment in 8 fortress for high, treason and two months' imprisonment for resisting the authorities.

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COMMONWEALTH AND STATE CLASH OF ACTIVITIES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

COMMONWEALTH AND ST.fVT CLASH OF ACTIVLTIK?. ADKLAI! >i". Tue:;i1;iy. Mr. Blundeil has pointed out that, there is ;i cashing of F>'>!rr;il and State activities, and as a result nothing but class administration. II.> made, these remarks this morning at a depu tation from tlie Re turned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League, which asked for the appointment of a complaints officer to whom returned soldiers could go. Mr. B]undo]J said lie w;is favour able to that course.^He protested that Senator Milieu recently called to a conference in Victoria representatives of the Trades and Labour Council and Chamber of Manufactures, but was not courteous enough to communicate with the Stale Government, which couid have given all the information without, that expense. He said he understood, the Commonwealth intended taking huge offices in South Australia to be equipped wilh a large stuff to perform one section of the work. This was absurd, and not in the interests of sol diers or the C...

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RUSSIA AND SWEDEN. NAVAL VESSELS FIRED ON. (Reuter's Service). STOCKHOLM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

RUSSIA AND SWEDEN. NAVAL VESSELS. FI&ED OX. v Router's Service). STOCKHOLM, Monday. Kussian coastal batteries lired six shells at Swedish, naval vessels while were bringing (Swedes from Finland. The Kussians explained that they thought the shins carried troops and ! munitions.

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THE POLITICAL WRANGLE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

THE POLlTiCAL WRANGLE. ADELAIDE. Tuwlay. Th.- Hon. ]\. I>. Blunilc-ll. T.^itUr ,,r the Nationalist Pariy. doi-Iinod to comment on [in; statement made by ;hc President of tlio Liberal Union Mr. A. W. Piper) yesterday re^ardius party candidates for Urn elections.

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Huns' Spring Offensive ENEMY'S WEST FRONT PREPARATIONS. TWO AND A QUARTER MILLION MEN. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

o ENEMY'S WEST FRONT PREPARATIONS. TWO AND A QUARTER MILLION MEN. (Renter's Service) WASHINGTON. Monday. American correspondents report that the Germans have 130 divisions consisting of two and a quarter mil lion men, on the Western front in preparation for their spring drive, Mr. Daniels, Secretary for the Navy annoua'es that sufficient tonnage ex ists to-day | (i laud half a million men in France this spring. There is no shortage' ot transports, ho declar ed.

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FATE OF THE COALITION. Adelaide, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

PATE OF THE COALITION. Adelaide, Tuesday night. As a result of developments to night, which have not been disclosed as the meetings were oi a confiden tial character, the fate oi the Coal ition will be decided during the next day or so. A strong effort is being made by sections of both the Lib erals and the Nationalists to main tain the alliance and go to the coun try with a common platform. Small er, though militant, coteries are also working strenuously to break it down. The Natiionalists will insist on ie tainir~ *.«-/.» seats in the Central dis trict No 2. There is a possibility that at the last minute they will drop 3tTr. Styles. It is reported that Mr. Blundell has already done so. The Labor Party will meet shortly to select a leader. Mr. Kirk patrick is leaving the Assembly to take a scat in the Council. It is believed that & few days' re spite -from negotiations between the Liberals and the Nationalists will have the effect of smoothing, down the difficulties.

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Internal Ructions SECRET COURT-MARTIAL. STRIKES BREAKING. (Published in The Times). AMSTERDAM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

Internal Ructions SECRET COURT-RlART?AL. STRIKES BREAKING. . Published in The Times';. I ST E RD AM. M o n (lay. ' The Court-martial is sifcti n/r in secret, trurirdccl hy troops. An entrinc-ei* was sentenced to six months' imprison ment in a forltvss for dlstrihuiinp pamphlets./ The Vossisehe Zei tuns' says ihe strike leaders are counselling Hie men to return to work. The refusal, of the unions to pay trilce wages is compelling the women to return, whilst! I military threats are affectine the men. j

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COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

CORSIVSERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, Tuesday. Following- are. current prices in Port Pirfe PRODUCE. G s. d. Butter ''factory), per lb. 0 1 11 Butter (dairy), per lb. . . 0 ! 2 Fresh Egjrs, per -don. .... 0 0 0 Ham, per lb 0 1 6 Bacon, per lb 0 i 3 Lard, per lb 0 1 3 Dripping, per lb 0 0 10 Cheese, per lb . 0 i 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 ft Braa, per bushel 0 1 4 Pollard, per bushel .... 01 5

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Rumania and Russia HEAVY CAPTURES BY RUMANIANS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

HEAVY CAPTURES BV RU1WAN2ANS. (Renter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. j Rumanian olliciai telegrams state that a great part of the Rumanian army is now fighting and disarming - Russian, troops. The disintegration of the Russian front in Moldavia is increasing daily. Whole Russian units are proceeding to Russia, attacking Rumanian towns ell route. \ The Rumanians, after twenty-four hours' lighting, disarmed a Russian division and captured 50 guns wherc iwith the Russians were bombarding Galatz. t The Rumanians also unbounded, dis armed. and sent to Russia .t Russian Army Corps which attached Faiticeni, in Moldavia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

TREMENDOUS DOUBLE STflR PROGRAM. CASINO - To-night - CASINO BEAUMONT SMITH PRESENTS HIS GREAT AUSTRALIAN COMEDY DRAMft, THE HAYSEEDS COME TO TOWN A PICTURE OF THE WAYEACKS IN SYDNEY. %:.-f5.--. i One Ions Simmer of Laughter. aud.Werrimen/ "DAD. MUM. AND ALLTJiE MERRY HAYSEEDS" BUST UP SOME OF TATTS. £5,000. DON'T .MISS THIS. IT'S A CORKER. STAR No. 2. , Souls Adrift V GLORIOUS 5,000-ft. WORLD FILM STAR, AND A GREAT SUPPORTING PROGRAM. To»Night ; : Casino : : To-Night OjptijLo&Jl JSJ otioe . Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four thing's every- one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at BENSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We ijive Glasses only when necessary. .Manager, Q.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician FIAMOS By lh« best Manufacturers from England and America. CASH OR EASY EXTENDED TERMS. Moslc Mtis Muslc> <jALL in TO-DAY and Ask to hear your favourite Pram- Solo or Sons' play ed before purchasin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

i6 Back I© School Bqain!' The Little Ones are Waiting for New Boots. TMITB'S GET THEM c"^ AT « " Vi0!!^ H gh Stocks and at low Prices. Cheapest m Pirie for Al! Classes of Footwear. See Our Windows o Here's something Special for this week only. A RE£L FABRJC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for 1S/9. Ti'iIS WEEK ONLY. STaiTE. THE UVELY BOGTMAN, ALEXANDER It STREET. "Phone 101. Two Blo Specials for HIS MEEK. .uainty Yoiles Dress Length.*. - ¥ery-:tt lid- and 6s lid tlie dresb length. We ask You to Inspect These Special'Lires PR EST B'ROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. Dental Announcement \ (fl CARD). My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES and APARTMENTS are " nti'.v complete:. They have been modelled upon the latest Con tinental designs" equipped with up-to-dalo Accessories, and \ afford every facility for high-isradc DentaL Treatment. ,* A SPECIAL FEATURE of my PRACTICE is the attention iSi'Vuteil 1<, Conservative Treatment of Teeth, including" GOLD v. BRIDGE WORK INLAYS. FILLINGS, CROWNS, and PIVOTS by Painles...

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PLUCKY ATTEMPT AT RESCUE. OLD-AGE PENSIONER DROWNED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918

PLUCKY ATTEMPT AT RESCUE. OLD-AGE PENSIONER DROWNED. ADELAIDE. Tuesday. .lUUiJ. liiJ. 1 UucUCtJ, Aremarlcable incident was witnessed in Adelaide this morning-. The conduc tor of a tramcar observed a man struggling1 in the River Torrens near the City Bridge. He rang the step signal, jumped off the car. divested himself of his uniform, and dived in. Meanwhile the passengers on the train observed this movement with excited interest-' The conductor, a iad named Sewell, sprang in and dived five times for the drowning man, who by this time had gone to the bottom. Just then the police boat arrived, and the body was recovered by means of grappling irons. The deceased was an old-age pen sioner named John Watkins. He was in his sixty-seventh year, and had been in illhealtli for some time.

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