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UKRAINIAN SITUATION. MADE CLEARER. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918
UKRAINIAN SITUATION. MADE CLEARER. i Router's Sorvicc.) LONDON, .Monday. Sunw iifc'iii was thrown on the hither to obscure situation in the Ukraine by thc speech uf ;i represent;)live ol' the Rada ai Brest Litovsk. He stated that- 0 per conf. oi' the Rada's candi dates were eicried to the Constituent Assembly compared with les sthan 10 per cent, of the Bolshevik candidates in the ..Ukraine. The Ukrainian Con gress of Soviets at Kiel! on December 3 ovewiiehmngiy declared for the Rada, whereupon a small group of Bolsheviks went to Kharkofl' and declared them selves the new Government of the Ukrainian People's Republic. The Jailers delegates hardly represented the town of Kharkofl", much less the 'Ukrainian Republic
THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN WAYBACK STORY. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918
Tr?E GREAT AUSTRALtAi\5 WAVBACK STORY. CASINO TO-NIGHT. J Patrons io Ihe ever-popular Casino : ibis evening will be priviUig-eil tu see a ; ..jlr.rlcni.s double-sI;tr program. Mr. j^uniont S.-niih will present Hie second his famous Australian couiedy iir-amas, "'The Hayseeds Gome t&lt;> , T'lV.i;," a '? 'T.'-nob-li production, and ; one of a si'rk-s of four pictures Io lu sh own ;i! Casino at short inf.orvji.ls. In the "Hayseeds Come to Town" (here is some fiii'' a e tins and heaps of de lightful comedy. i.nir readers can readily imagine a family of Auslralian -.v.iy'erx.'V-? c;i '.heir first and only vis:I itt Sydney,their appearance in the busy centre create a tremendous stir and h.-aUhy merriment. We would specially recommend all who can Io see this ex cellent picture, which is ably supported by a inasrnifictiiil. urogram. t!ie star at traeion in which is a bis: 5,000ft. World film drama entitled "Souls AdH ft." In ibis the famous American star artist. Ethel Clayton, p...
RAIDING PARTIES AND AERIAL WORK. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918
BAIDTXd PARTIES A SI) AfcRI WORK. LONDON, Monday. Field Marshal Kaig reports '. A sii'ou^' party of the enemy, attempted to raid a post northward ot Savri couict but was driven off with heavy losses. Anoitur party rushed a Post southward of Armeutieres. Five oi our men are missing. There was hostile artillerying east ward oi Hargiuourt, northward of .Lens, in the neighborhood of Armen tieres and eastward o£ Ypres. Our aeroplanes dropped four and a half tons of explosives on various targets, including railway signals. While at- lugelniunster- and^Lichjteq veldt iive hostile machines were brought down and live were driven down. One. of ours is missing.
GAWLER WEIGHTS. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918
GAWLER VJEIQHTS. Hun iV-bruary 10. NOVICF. HANDICAP, rive furlongs. 9 s!.: Hob Manor. 8.8; Noralc, 8.8: Marie Sludiioime. 8.7 Sweet !!...-;. 8.7; Lady Anion. 8.7; Her Own, 8.7; Doradilla. £.7; Batiie Oit.»en. 8.6: U'iiiic, 8.6: Wiilon Chief. 8.6; Antonbndue. 8.5: Lord Cooper, 8.4; Sirinya. 8.'i: Miss Beriiice, 8.3; La Warrinn, 8.2: Kallinta, 8.2; Yarlin, 7.13; Poeilfiona, 7.1 i:; Banzai's Hope, 7.11; Lord Pistol. 7.1): L;idy Lossio 7.8: St. Cyprian, 7.8; .Miss Point, 7.-1': Master Robbie, 7.i; Lord Mid.ee, 7.3: Pedcsier, 7',3; M out-wing, 7.3: De porte. 7.3. HURDLES. Twii miles. Devron. 11 st.. 3 lb.: Trenton's Hope iO.o; Brewster, 10.7; _\'et'ierton, 10.2; Baron Douro 0.10: Wallowa. 9.S; Baracoon. 9.12; Common Kins". 9.12: Master Maclgwyn, 9.8: Holy War. J).G: Feritrnilo. 9.6: Proven, 9.4 : Kopeniek, 9.2; De Walden, 9.0: Patron's Delight. 9.0; Hamako. .9.0 gWidgil 9.0; Thunder Girl. 9.0: Transmitlo, 9.0. RAILWAY TRIALS. Six furlongs. High Tension, 9.0: Opera Bouffe, 8.13; Passado, ...
The Police Station Cells SANITARY INSPECTOR CENSURED. FOR GIVING REPORT TO THE RECORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918
The Police Stalioo Cells SANITARY INSPECTOR CENSURED. FOR GIVING REPORT TO THE RECORDER. There was considerable discussion at .Monday night's meeting of the Town Council and Board of Health concern ing a report of Dr. Leitch which ap peared in The Recorder, dealing- will) the insanitary condition of the cells at tiie Police Station!. In making his report at the opening' of the meeting- the Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan) said he wished to refer to a J irather serious matter. During- the week members of the Council would have noticed a report in The Recorder from the Health Oilicer. This report affect ed the Board of Health, but the Inspec tor was employed by the Council, and, j therefore, he was reporting it to that [meeting. The report had been given to the press before any of the mem- . bers of t-he Board, including himself as j Chairmau, had seen it. He had spoken j lo the Inspector, and treated the matter j as a serious one. If officers were to be ! allowed- to-give reports to the pres...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 February 1918
W. F. WELLS. & CO., Clofiiing and Bool Palace. ' THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Mea'e Suits for Quality, Variety, but and Finish, aL Tailor-Made, cannot bo beat*® i* the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri,o«. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Tie«, &e. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the preoent . time much be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'Phohs 204. W. L. PALMER& Co .o - I W ate hmakers, Jewellers, Am! Opticians ? |L> I O 1 1 "S ABE ffOBK GUARANTEED. ALEXANDER-STREET. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. ' Returnee! . Soldiers SUFFERING FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARE SENT BY THE S.A. MILITARY FOKCES TO Holland & Pinchbeck S.A.O-A., G.S.O.i. RILNULE STREET, ADELAIDE. THE UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS. Mr. IIOLLANL) Consults personally every day from fl a.m. till 'J p-ru. at j. j. GETTI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
"THE Hayseeds Gme to Town": The laugh of a lifetime. A tale of the Australian Bush. Casino Wednesday and Thursday. A CHILD could drive it. One of the many great advantages of Ford is its simplicity. The gears are al ways in mesh, and so there is no vision of a heavy repair bill haunting the motorist because he has "missed his gears." Simplicity means ab sence of friction and the latter re sults in low running costs. DUNCAN & FRASER Ltd. FRANKLIN ST. ADELAIDE WILL BE The Reductions in many, lines vvni astonish Hie keenest buyers, , be-.1 cause while everything is advancing in price we are reducing many lines, and this will mean a great saving in money to you. We quote just a few of trie 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, 1/4 A yard. NAVY GROUND TABLING, cheap at 2/6; now, 1/11 yard...