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WORK OF BRITISH AEROPLANES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
WORK OF BRITISH AEROPLANES. '(fteuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday FieldAiarsiiai Haig reports: The enemy raided in the ncihbourhood of the. Br.panme-Canibi-ia road Only one of our men s ,missing\ There is jgreat hostile artillerying southward of Marooing, northward of Lens, antk^orfji-eashvards of Ypres. Our aeroplanes dropped over three, tons of bombs in the daytime on' various targets including ammunition dumps, and fired many thousand machine-gun rounds. Over a ton and a -half of bombs were droppe d last night on a hostile" aerodrome south eastward of the Cambria railway sta tion. Five German . aeroplanes were .brought down,1 and three others were ^driven down. One of ours is missing'.
THROAT HABITS [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 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 use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will soon rid you of this constant annoy ance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a prompt specific motion on the throat or air passages.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
TREMENDOUS DOUBLE STAR PROGRAM. CASINO - To-night - CASINO ; BEAUMONT SMITH PRESENTS HIS GREAT AUSTRALIAN COMEDY DRAMA, THE HAYSEEDS COME TO TOWN A PICTURE OF THE WAYBACKS IN SYDNEY. *&.:».- - .f One long Simmer of Laughter andMerrimenJ "DAD, .MUM, AND ALLTHE MERRY HAYSEEDS" BUST UP SOME OF TATTS. £5,000. DON'T MISS THIS. IT'S A CORKER. STAR No. 2. \ \" Souls' Aclrift A GLORIOUS 5,000-ft: WORLD .FILM STAR, AND A' GREAT SUPPORTING PROGRAM. To-Might ; : Casino s ; To-IMight Optical lSTot:ice Q>&jaiity, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. . Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at ;aE|t|ON:S: Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We gi\'e Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician E. T. Pian©s Organ, Anc Music Warehouse ALEXAjSTDEK-STREET, PORT PIEIE. importer of High-Grade Pianos and Organs, Gramophones, Records, and Musical Instruments. All the Latest and Moat Up-to-date M...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
IN MEMORIAM. TVY.-In sad and loving memory of our dear boy, Private A. G. Ivy, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. K. Ivy, of George street, Solomontown, kilcd in action at Guedecourt, in France, Fbruary 6th. 1917. Somewhere in France he is lying, Somewhere in France he fell. Little \ve thought the day we parted It. would be our last farewell. As time rolls by we miss him more. -Inserted by his loving and sorrowing mother, father, sisters, and brothers, in Port Pirie, Broken Hill, Adelaide, and France.
ALLIED ARMIES READY. (Pubished in The Times) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
ALLIED ARMIES READY. ; Pubished' ill The -Times)... LONDON, Wednesday. The Times in a leading' article, says. Unquestionably Hie Germans are re solved to Hake. Hid bulk of their re maining strength on tlieir stupendous efforts to obtain a decision in the West. Previously -'attempts ' at Ypres and Verdun were disastrous failures. This time there is smaller choice of favour able areas, and increased troops and ar tillery of the British armies await the onslaught in tiie highest spirits. The closing episodes at Cambria ere a di guised blessing, and showed clearly the imperative heed for being ready for the impending shock. It is confidently believed to-day that the British armies and our French Allies are ready-more than ready.
THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7. THE NOISE OF THE GRABS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
Published Daily. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7. THE NOISE OF THE GRABS. ?rne noise made by the mechanical coal-handling appliance was 'again re ferred to at a meeting of the Town Council on Monday night. The Mayor (Mr .A. B. Forgan) said he had as certained that a number of ratepayers could apply for an injunction to the Supreme Court in connection with the nuisance, but as a Council they had no power whatever . A letter was received from the Commonwealth Shipping Board, staling that the matter of silen- j eing tile exhausts was being enquired into, and it was hoped that it would be satisfactorily solved. The problem' of silencing the exhausts had proved' more difficult than had been anticipa- | ted. . Councillor Warren remarked! that it looked as if the thing were: being shelved, and that no effort was being made to do away with the nuisance. He moved that the letter be received, and the m,atter referred to the members for the district to see if they could obtain any relief. From what he co...
BEDGERABONG AN EASY FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
BEDGERABOiYG AN EASY FIRST. A Forbes (N.S.Wj) telegram states that at a send-off to Corporal M. (Brown at Bedgerabong a contest took place between the musicians and (dancers. A local orchestra -was being .tried out, and the players gave sucu Batisfaction that they received, a double encore to a waltz. The or zh festra then Bet out to give the dan: - ers all they wanted, and kept a waltz going for two hours... Although con siderably "winded," for it was a very warm night, several couples kept go ing for the two hours. The hornet player said it was the toughest time he hgtJ ever had. Bedgerabong people want to know af a better perform ance.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
i6 Back co SCllodi^!' The Little Ones are Waiting for-New. Boots. GET THEM ^ | Stocks and at Low Prices. Cleapgst in fv k for AH Classes of .Footwear. See Ou*- Windows O--. Here's something Special tor this week only. fl REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, i'2/6 for 18/9. T; iIS * VKLK ONLY S T HI T THE LIVELY BOOTH/IAN, ALEXANDERR-STREET. 'Phutie 101. Laiiity Voiles Di ess Length*. Very Pietry Patterns, 5s lid and 6s lid* the'di-esW length.. We ask You to Inspect These Special Lires PR EST B ROS THE POPULAR HOUSE. Dental Announcement (A CARD). My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES and APARTMENTS are now complete. They have been modelled upon tile latest Con tinental designs, equipped with up-to-date Accessories, and afford every facility for high-grade Denial Treatment. A SPECIAL FEATURE of my PRACTICE is the attention devoted to Conservative Treatment of Teeth, including- GOLD BRIDGE WORK INLAYS, FILLINGS, CROWNS, and PIVOTS by Painless Methods. . ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mounted on Gold or Vulcanite. PAIN LESS...
TEACHING OF SEX HYGIENE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
TEACHING OF SEX HYGIENE. The publication of this' book by the \\orkers' Educational Association of r\..".\V. is in itself an evidence of an awakening- of the Social Conscience to the- magnitude and urgency of the pro blem nvolved in questions of sex. Those p-oblcins have been brought home to us by the bitter plight "of many of c:ir young soldiers, who, fired with the spirit of youth and patriotism, answered their country's call, but were thrown back from the service they were so ready to give, long be fore they reached the battle front, by ah enemy more insidious and relent ess than ,eve'n the Germans. The ravages of venereal disease are truly pitiful to contemplate. ' The book is the report of a confer once held in November, 1916, and con tains papers by some of the best known authorities on sex matters, and on education in Australia. The papers are as follows:-Professor D. A. Welsh writes on "The Massacre of the Innocents"-; Mrs. James Booth on "Prostitution"": H. Tasman Lvell, M....
TROOPS DIE SINGING. NURSE'S THRILLING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
TROOP8 'DIE SINGING. .. --O HfUESE'S THRILLING STOKi'. The Daily News prints an. interview with a nurse who was aboard the transport Aragcta, wbiohj was sunk in the Mediterranean on December 30, jwitt over 600 troops. . - The nursqr said that, the viessel was submarined within sight of land. "It svas a shaky business lowering the nurses into the boats, ; which were pushed off immediately," aC^Stiie trans port sank rapidly," Bhe said; "The,troops aboard lined the decks ' - 'in khaki, singing. The vessel dis appeared completely within 15 r min l minutes. "The next minute our destroyer wag torpedoed! amidsMps and cutj clear in half. It had been standing by the transport, and' had rescued hundreds of Tommies, who had to -go. down again. That was the worst o£ alii The trawlers made for "the land im mediately the sisters had been saved. "Another ship was torpedoed, at exactly the same spot on the follow ing day, * and sank Sn five minutes. There were 40 sisters on board, and many of them ...
WIRRILLA HANDICAP. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
WIRRILLA HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Yarrien, 10.0; No Lady, 9.4^Capital istic, 8.9; Coonong, 8.2; Antonbridge, 7.8; Merty Maid, 7.5: Picaform, 7.5; Wairakei 7.5;, Marnock , 7.4; Lord Cooper, 7.3; General Joffre, 7.2: St. Cyprian, 7.0 . JUJIPERS FLAT. One and a quarter miles. Master Maelgwyn, 10.12; Oh Parade, 10.9; Third Degree, 10.9; Waltowa,, 10.7; Muttawarrah, 10.5; Grace Wat son. 10.3; Common King, 10.2; Coast line, 10.2; Patrons Delight, 9.9; Gay Venetian, 9.8; Creusot 9.6; Lochiel, 9.3; Transmitto, 9.0. RAILWAY HANDICAP. One mile Jarwan. 9.9; Likely, 9.4; Gambetto 8.10; Jamestown, 8.8; Laroon, 8.7; Wee Spec, S.3 ;4Picaform, 7.11; Parhad, 7.11; Holy Friar. 7.9; Albaree, 7.7. Printed and Published by Alfred Ed ward South, at his Cfljice, Ellen Street, Pert Pfeie, South Australia.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
PERSONAL. At Monday night's meeting- of the Town Council the Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan) reported that news fvd h"-n receved of the deaths or I'r'v : s Maloney and Charles Herbc"' si-n ->f ex-Councillor Herbert}. Tu&lt;; carried a resolution that letters of condolence be sent to the relatives. Our Adelaide correspondent tele graphed last night that the death oc curred at Peterborough on Friday of Mrs. Zebudah Parnell. She was a colo nist of 63 years.
BURRA ACCEPTANCES. Run February 9, HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
BURRA .ACCEPTANCES. 1 Run February 9, HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. Grace Watson . . .. 10 5 Rytol .. .. » 12 Asparagus ...... 9 9 Artillery Girl ...... 9 3 BURRA HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. Jarvvan .. .... .. 9 0 Likely L ...... . 8 10 Rayahs .... .... 8 2 Goonuong . 8 0 Baracoon 7 10 Wee Spec 7 9 Master Maelgwyn .. 7 7 Muttawarrah .... 7 5 Korea' . . . . ..... 7 2 Mackerode 7 0 FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Jamestown 8 6 Laroon . . 8 2 Baracoon 8 0 Eager . v 7 9 Merty Maid 7 7 Lord Cooper 7 6 Disturb 7 4 Shot-smith ...... 7 O HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT. One and a' quarter miles. Master Maelgwn ..11 0 ? Muttawarrah .... 10 7 Asparagus 9 '4 Sir Pistol 9 2 Grey Hawk 9 0 WELTER HANDICAP. Minimum weight 8 st. Seven furlongs.. Likely 10 0 Jamestown . . . . .. 9 A Laroon .... .... 9. 3 Wee Spec 8 13 Eager 8 9 Holy Friar S 5 Bobonite S 4 Albaree . 8 2 TRIAL STAKES. Lady Trent, Suringa. PooiNiona, Lord Cooper, Master Pandion, Saxon Knight Bill Watson, Bulparnil HACK RACE. . Lady Trent. ...
SPORTING. MONTH'S RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918
MONTH'S RAGING FIXTURES. 7-Elliston Racing Club. . . 9-Burra Racing Club. 13-Martindale Racing Club 13-Bordprtown Racing Club. 1(5-Gawlec Jockey. Club, Limited. 1G-North-Eastern Jockey Club 1G-Victoria-Oakleigh Plate. 18-Tuinby Bay Jockey Club. 20-Penola Racing Club. 20-Orroroo Jockey Club. 21-Port Lincoln Racing Club. 23-South Australian Jockey. Club. ~ 27-Jamestown. Racing' Club. 27-Millicent Racing Club. (Notes by "Churinga.") It is not generally known that Field Glass, who made rather an impressive show .in the Trial Stakes on Saturday, visited the racecourse before he was foaled. That is rather a singular state ment but; it is explained by saying that his dam Rallina had been.stinted to Eye Glass, and was raced again .before it was. realized she was in foal. Such a happening is not unprecedented, for the Hymettus mare Epithet raced when in foal, and both Bradford Lass and Lady Honour won races after they had been at the stud. Field Glass is much bigger than the average Eye Glas...