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PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RAGE. Two miles. i' Muttawarrah, 10 st. 3 lb.; . Rytol, [ 10.0;, Scrutinizes 9.8; General Joffre, 19.7; Neutral, 9.6; 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, S.6; Coo nong-, 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, 7.4; Etinie, 7.3; Laura's Pride, 7.2; P.H.E., 1.0; Little Pistol, -7.0; Scutari 7.0. TRIAL STAKES. - One itiile. . Tinfly, 9.0; Little Pistol, 8.8; Lulla^ bar, 8.7; Prince Torah, 8.6; Dell Rose, 8.5; Snowtown, 8.3: Miss Redmond, ; S.2; Peteiree, 8.2; Coonatta, 8.0; TosV ' tig Belle, 8.0; Scutari, 8.0; Bulparine, 1 7.12; Deporte 7.12; Bill Watson, 7.10. < FLYING HANDICAP. Ji Six furlongs. ] Jamestown, 9 st.; Paddilli, 8.12; 7, Laroon, 8.12; Wee Spec, 8.10; Scotch Peer, 8.8; Carawa, 8.6; Queenbrook, 8.5;. Gratiosa, 8.4; Wairakei, 8....

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SCIENCE AND THE ATHLETE. THE PROBLEM OF FATIGUE. INTERESTING THEORY AND EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

SCIENCE AND THE ATHLETE. THE PROBLEM OF FATIGUE. ?INTERESTING THjEORYAND EXPERIMENTS. Science lias proved that the feeling of fatigue in our bodies arises, not Simply because we are tired, but be cause a distinct poison or toxin is pro duced in the muscles by exertion (says Popular Science Siftings) If you take tlxe extracts from the muscles of a very tired animal an^ inject them into a* pcrfectly strong-, thoroughly rested animal, the latter immediately becomes as' tired as the former. Nature combats the fatigue toxins by oxygenation and by producing a specific anti-toxin, but if ' exertion be too prolonged, these methods of re storation are not sufficiently powerful and do not have sufficient time for their proper action. Then overwhelming and agonising fatigue results. In this condition death often occurs. It has long- been known that an athlete who has trained systematically can-make exertions which would cause crippling fatigue to another man. The athlete hardly feels-the fatig...

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GAWLER WEIGHTS. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

GAWLER WEIGHTS. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlong's. Passado, 9 st.; Bob Manor, 8.8;» Norak, 8.8; Marie Studholme, 8.7: Sweet Rest, 8.7; Lady Anton, 8.7; Her Own, 8.7; Doradilla, 8.7; Battle Queen, 8.6; Udine, 8.6; Wilton, Chief, 8.6; Antonbridge, 8.5: Lord Cooper, 8.4; Sirinya, 8.4; Miss Bernice, 8.3; La Warrina, S.2; Kallinta, 8.2: Varlin, 7.13; Pocilliona, 7".ll;; Banzai's Hope, 7.11: Lord Pistol, 7.9; Lady. Lossie 7.8: St. Cynrian, 7.8; Miss Point, 7.5; Master Robbie, 7.4; Lord Midge, 7.3: Pedester. 7|3; Montwing, 7.3; De portc, 7.3. HURDLES. Two miles. Dovron, 11 st. 3 lb.; Trenton's Hope 10.3: Brewster, 10.7; Netherton, 10.2 i Baron Douro 9.10: Waltowa, 9.8; Baracoon, 9.12; Common King, 9.12: Master Maelgwvn, 9.8; Holy War, 9.6; Ferignite. 9.6; Proven, 9.4; Kopenick, 9.2; Do Walden. 9.0: Patron's Delight, 9.0:'H-amako, 9.0; Widgil 9.0; Thunder Girl. 9.0; Transmitto, 9.0. RAILWAY TRIALS. Six furlongs. High Tension, 9.0; Opera Bouffe, 8.13; Passado, 8.7; 'Queenbrook...

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SETTLING RETURNED SOLDIERS. PORTION OF BUNGAREE ESTATE PURCHASED ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

SETTLING RETURNED SOLDIERS. PORTION OF BUNGAREE ESTATE ; PURCHASED - ADELAIDE, Wednesday TIiq Minister of Repatriation stated this afternoon that the Government hag bought 5,000 acres of Bungaree Estate. This land will be subdivided for the settlement *of returned soldiers. The price paid was £5 11/ per acre, and ihe total cost was £27,900.

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MARTINDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLE Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

MARTINDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLE Two miles. Common King, 10 st. 5 lb.; Yan durrah, 10.4 ; On Parade, 10.3; Grace Watson 10.2; Waltoxva, 10.0; Coast line, 9.13; Patron's Delight, 9.9; Rytol, 9.8; Creusot, 9.7; Moslem, 9.6; As paragus, 9.5: Artillery Girl/9.0; Trans mitto, 9.0; Mumluckhardt, 9.0. MAIDEN STAKES. General Joffre, 8.11; La Warrina, 8.11; Pocilliona, 8.11; Banzai's'Hope, | 8.11; Miss Redmond, 8.11; Marie Studholme, 8.11; Lord Cooper, 8.11; Nullarbor, S.ll: Jim Waton. 8.11; Worendo, 8.11; Lady Trent, 8.11; St. Cyprian, 8.4; Her Own, 8.4; Master Pandion, 8.4; Kallinta, 84: Anton bridge, 8.4; Sweet Rest, 8.4. MARTINDALE HANDICAP One and a quarter mites. Wire Wheels 9.10; Azoiv, 8.12; Likely, 8.0: Arltunga King-, 7.0; Gam betto, 7.7:. Wee Spec, 7.0; :Mutta warrah, 6.12. CLINKFORD TRIAL. Six furlongs. Laroon, 9.0; Queenbrook, 8.7; Carawa, 8.2; Her Own, 8.0; Disturb. 7.13; Wairalcei 7.13.; Foggiolone* 7.12; Lord Cooper, 7.11; Bobinite, 7.10; Marie Studholme, ...

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HOT WEATHER. NO IMMEDIATE PROSPECT OP CHANGE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

HOT WEATHER. AO IMMEDIATE PROSPECT OP CHANGE. . ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The hot weather continues, and there is no immediate prospect of a change The maximum shade tem perature today was nearly 101 deg.

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BATHING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

BATHING REGULATIONS., ; The Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgvm) and i Councillors fieddes, Goods, and War jren have been appointed a committee j of the Town Council to prepare model j by-laws for hath in? regulations for j Port Pirie.

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THE AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

THE AMBULANCE. .Councillor Geddes slated al Monday nights meeting- of the Town Goun-1 i-il that tli'c amulance was looking shabby, and, at his. instance, it was left to the Works Committee to have any necessary repairs effected.

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BUSH CARPENTERS WANT £2 PER DAY. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

BUSH CARPENTERS WANT £2 PER DAY. BRISBANE. Wednesday. It is reported that some bush car penters -at Mackay.. which was wrecked by the recent cyclone, are demanding £2 a day, but the genuine tradesmen are playing the game.

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The Haysee[?]s Come to Town THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN WAYBACK STORY. BOOM AT CASINO [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

I The HayseeJs Come to Town -q--,- . THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN WAYBACK STORY. BOOM AT CASINO Patrons to the ever-popular . Casino jhist night were privileged to see a i glorious double-star program, which [will be repeated to-night. Mr. Beau ? mont Smith- presented the second | of his famous Australian comedy dramas, "The Hayseeds Gome to | Town." a top-notch production, and one of a series of four pictures to be shown at Casino at short intervals. In the "Hayseeds Come to Town" there is some fine acting and heaps of de lightful comedy. . Our readers can readily imagine a family of Australian wavbacks on their first and only visit to Sydney their appearance in the busy centre create a tremendous stir and healthy merriment. We would specially j recommend all who can to see this ex cellent picture-, which is ably supported by a magnificent program, the star at frncion in which is a big -5,000ft. World film drama entitled "Souls Adrift." In this the famous American star artist, Ethel Clayto...

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AUSTRALIA A PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

AUSTRALIA A PARADISE. Australia, wo are told, is looked to yearningly iu several European countries as a paradise of plenty, a land overflowing- with corn, and wine, and oil. not to mention fruit, mutton, and beef (especially rabbits), at a time when their own lands are denuded, and all their larders are empty, it js 'well for Australians to hear this kind of thills' now and again, since so few of them seem to" be aware of the fact that they are dwellers in Eden. The idea of a strike in Paradise, such as the general strike we experienced a few months back, strikes me as amazingly incongruous, but there were malcontents in heaven including "him whom the Almighty Power flung headlong flaming from the ethereal sky." It is a sad reilection that even the most blessed people may fail to appreciate their blessedness. Familiar ity breeds discontent. An occasional taste of famine is necessary to a whole-hearted appreciation of plenty.. Anzacs in their muddy trenches in the long, wet Flanders...

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ON THE WINNING SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

ON THE WiftNIKG SIDE. nouneUi 11. Bvock, erstwhile mer cantile broker iii Melbourne, in these days O.C. of a~ trench-mortar battery: We hsve never been alraid of Fritz, man for man. All we.' wanted was ar tillery, and at "last we have it. ? Things like this happen now. Witi; in the aea of our Jjrst objective at Polygon Wood was a sandy mound giving- command of all the country round for some thousands of yards. | This was immediately seized by our , people l'or an O.P. tor artlile.'v and 1 machine-guns. I had the pleasure of being there when the troops for the main counter-attack were endeavour ing-to form up about 1,000 yards away. They never had a dog's chance. The F.O.O., directing his bat teries from the mound, poured salvo, after salvo into the assembling troops. The machine-gunners had the target of their lives. . In the excitement of the moment, I wished I was a machine gunner myself as they sat behind (irony of Fate!') captured German guns and literally mowed down the grey ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

W. F. WELLS Gioihing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits lor Quality, Variety, Cutand Eixdah, Tailor-Madej cannot bo beaten i* .the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrL<^. We are continually opening; up New Season's .Goods in Men's Hata/Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Stock ia Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present' timemuch be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ? .. ALEXANDEB-STBEET, PORT PIfilE. 'Phona 204. W. L. PALMER& Co. Watchmakers, Jewellers, Opticians And ASS WOBK GUARANTEED. ALEXANDEBrSTBEE®. v ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. SUFFERING FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARB SENT BY THE S.A. MILITARY FORCES TO 1 Pi S.A.O-A., /G.S.O.I. RUIsDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. THE UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS. Mr. HOLLAND Consults personally every day from 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. at, J. J. NETTING. Chemist Alexander Street. ADVICE FREE S. o. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS...

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PROCESSION AND ATTEMPTED (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

PROCESSION AND ATTEMPTED (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. | neuter's correspondent at Amster i dam says that after a procession the j strikers at Hag-ue made an unsuccessful attempt to ir'^rview the Minister of the interior. The strike in the city has ' been deciared ended.

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THE IMPERIAL WAR CABINET. ARRANGING A DATE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

THE IMPERIAL WA*R CABINET. ARRANGING A DATE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. Tile Times understands-that the Im perial War Cabinet has attained a re cognised standing as an annual event. There was. therefore, never any doubt regarding- the Dominions acceptance of invitations The Imperial an J i)o min;cns Go^rnments are in cJo&p com munication endeavouring to anviii,?.' a date.

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THE IRISH PROBLEM. PROMOTING A SETTLEMENT. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

THE IRISH PROBLEM. j PROMOTING A SETTLEMENT. (Published in The Times). . LONDON, Tuesday. ' i Mr.' Lloyd George grapples with the Irish problem this week, devoting Tuesday and Wednesday to discussions with the Irish Convention elegates, anil of whom have arrived' in London. Different sections are privately confer ring- at the Colonial Institute. Sub sequently the whole Convention will meet the Cabinet, which is . deeply anxious to promote a settlement.

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Premature Old Age—Life's Greatest Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

Premature Old Age-Life's Greatest Tragedy. Why-do we see so many men and women nowadays who are old at forty? . According to the late Elie Metchni- I koff, the great Russian scientist, the reason is the poisoning of the system by the piling up of waste matter in tlif! lower bowels. Keep free from con siipation and you prevent this poisoning of the system NUJOL is manufactured by lire Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), U.S.A. .It is a lubricant, not a medicine or a drug, and is not absorbed, by the system. It does hot gripe or interfere with digestion. Pleasant to take. For sale by all Chemists and Stores. . ? .

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COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Following are current prices in Port Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb. 0 1 11 Butter (dairy), per lb. .. 0 1 2 Fresh Eggs, per doz 0 0 9 Ham, per lb 0 1 6 Bacon, per lb. ........ 01 3 Lard, per lb. . . . 0 1 3 Dripping, per lb. ...... 0 0 10 Cheese, per lb. ...... .. 0 1 % 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 Pollard, per bushel .... 0 1 5

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CLARE RACES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

CLARE RACES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday Glare r;u;c.~ were held !0-day witk file i'oi lowing results: UL-RDLES. ARTiLERY GIRL (Anller) 1 llytoi i. Turner) 2 Asparagus (Langcake) 3 Dividend, £2 14/. TRIALS. DOJiADILLA Hopwood) _ I Depcrk*. {Huppatz} 2 Intolerance (Daily) . 3 Dividends. Zi 8/ and .CI Jo/. CLARE HANDICAP. BARACOON i I fop wood) 1 Woe Spoc {Florence.) 2 Azoic (Bracegirdle) 3 Dividend, £3 H/. TRIALS. ROBERT LE DIABLE Ringer) . . i Tom Nugent (Reddan) 2 Target HJarlc (Ilopwood) Dividend, £2 2/. BUNGAREE HANDICAP. GOLDEN RULE (Marshall) .... 1 Capitaistie (tllopwood) ........ 2 Wco Spec .' Florence) . . ? ? - . . . :5" Dividend. £2 12/ JUNIPERS FLAT. RYTOL -(Turner) \ Soofa (Braeegirdle) . - Korea was disqualified and the race was awarded to Rytol.. Dividend, £G ! (>/. ' WOLTA WOLTA. GOLDEN RULE -Marshall) .. . - \ Special Brew (Ringer"; ~ Baracoon (Hupwoort) 1 Dividend, £2 -JO/.

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PORT PIRIE SWIMMING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

PORT PIRIE SWIMMING CLUB A general meeting of the Port Pirie Swimming- Glub was held at the Barrier Hotel on \Vednesday night,"Mr. Swan nie presiding. Mr. Lewis moved that the club colours be green and brown. This was seconded by Mr. Roberts and carried It was decided that the cos tumes be green with brown trimmings. On the motion of Mr. Jessop, seconded by Mr. Robferts, it .was decided that a grand carnival be hed- on Saturday afternoon and evening (concert in the evening) on March 2. It was decied to ask the Council for .permission, to build a club-house next to Burgoyne's wharf, and to erect a life-saving station with up-to-date showers for the teach- 1 ing of swimming and for life-saving ap paratus Mr. Sellars moved that there be a ladies' committee formed in con nection with the club. - Seconded by Mr. Jessop and carried.

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