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WHAT THE BRITISH [?] DOING. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
WHAT Till-; BUlTiSH .'.KK DOING. - Reuters Service). LONDON, \Vedneri&lt; Field-Marshal llaig rejiniis: The enemy r ddod a post westward of Zanuvooi-d.c. Six of our men are miss ing'- 'Alio Hi or party near Neuve Chap eiie was repulsed with loss. Our patrols brought- in a number of prison ers .front different parts of the front. There was considerable hostile artil ierying in the neighbourhood of Hav rineourt Wood, southward and north ward of. Lens, and in the neighbour hood of the iJenin road. Our aeroplanes dropped five tons of bombs on hostile railway stations, sidings. and other targets. We brought down live and drove down four enemy machines, also an observation balloon. One of our machines is missing. Our aeroplanes last night dropped one and a half tons of bombs on an aerodrome south-eastward of Cambria, also on bil lets. All our machines returned.
APPARENT DEATH FROM THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
APPARENT DEATH FROM THIRST. rue Wirnalpa correspondent of "The Transcontinental' (Pont Augusta) writes: On Wednesday, January '3, one of tlie station hands returning- from tile cattle station, came across tlxe dead body of an unknown man lying under a inulga tree, five yards off the road, two miles south of WaringSs Well, and 10 miles north of Bob Mooney's Well. By the appearance of the body it had not been where it was found for more than 14 hours, and was that of a young man. The deceased had taken off his shirt, which was found lying- beside him, close to the tree. It lias been intense ly hot for several weeks, and, no doubt, this is another death from want of water, as no waterbag or swag was found1 near the deceased. The police have been informed of the matter.
"Golden Rule Kate." A THRILLING WESTERN DRAMA. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
i o I a THRILLING WESTERN DRAMA. I CASINO TO-NIGHT. Miss Louise Glaum, the during American actress, features in Hie big Triangle star drama, eutiWetl "Golden I Rule Kale," to be shown, in addition i to a superb program, a I Casino lo [night. in this new play of the rough [ ::nd rugged west Louise Glaum does iai! t!ii! tilings that Bill Hart is noted for ,Slie shoots a gun with remarkable skill, i itid maintains order wherever a dis pute arise?. Here is the story of Hie f picture: Louise Glaum appears as Mercedes -Murphy, known as "the sagebrush !leu/' proprietress of a Western saloon and dance hall, in the new Triangle play, "Golden Hide Kate." She knows iiow to handle a gun, and her word is law: both men and women fear and respect her. An evangelist opens a little church in the Nevada mining town for tlie purpose of eeaning up things, particularly, "The Hen's" dance hall. When the lady hears of his pur pose she sends one of her admirers "The Heller," to rope the minister and drag h...
Where Is All That Former Vigor? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
Where Is AH That Former Vigor? Why is it that most men's physical and mental energy begins to^ fall off1 after the age of forty-five ? ** Doctors say that men grow old too soon nowa days, and that this premature age is caused by the poisoning of the system due to chronic constipation. Tli'c body's resistance is lowered and the constipa ted person is twice as likely to catch serious diseases as a healthy person. The, consequent use. of drug remedies throws the entire digestive system out of order and makes constipation chronic. NIJ.TOL is a far safer and more sensible remedy. NUJCL is manufactured by the 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 not gripe or interfere with diges tion. Pleasant to take. For sale by all Chemists mid Stores.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
WILL BE SWING The Reductions in many lines wai astonish' the keenest buyers, be cause while everything is advancing in price we are reducing many lines, and Uiis will mean a great saving in money to you. We quote just a few of tho 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, 1/4A yard. NAVY GROUND TABLING, cheap at 2/6; now 1/11 yard. 20 Pieces only FANCY CREPE, usually iOAd. yard; now 6/11 dozen. 10 Pieces Good Washing DARK PRINT, usually 9 Ad. 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 10J yard. A Limited Quantity only LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, 8*d. pair.. LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, very special, 1/6 pair. LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, 2/6; Sale Price 1/11 pair. LADIES' BLACK SILK ANKLE HOSE, 3/6; now 2/11 pair. Be sure ...
DATE SPORTING. MARTINDALE RACES. THE SCRATCHINGS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
LATE SPORTING. IWARTfWBALE RACES. THE SCRATC1IINGS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. Acceptances for Martindaie races were due to-day. The following arc the scratching: 'HURDLES- - Yandarrah, Waltowa, Coastline, Patron's Deight, Rytol, As paragus. MARTIN DALE HANDICAP. - Azoic, Cambeto. TRIALS. - Queenbrook. Her Own, Lord Cooper, Bull'aniie, Nullabor, Tom Nugent, Bill Watson. WIRRA WILLA HANDICAP-Coon oii.y, Lord Cooper. JUMPERS' PLAT, -Third Degree, Wallowa, Coastline, Patron's Delight, Creusot. RAILWAY HANDICAP. - Gambetlo, Jamestown.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
W. F. WELLS & CO., Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTP^FOR ALL IREN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Varitty, Cut and Finish, Tailor-Made, cannot be beaten i> the Commonwealth. Many lin«s still, at Old PrL&lt;s»/ We. are continually opening up New Season's (xoods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. V Our Stoek is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were . bought many months , ago to arrive, and are at the present tiin6 much be* low the market value. ~ W. F. WELLS & GO. alexander-STREET, PORT pibie. 'PhoBa 204. W. L. PALMER& Co. Watchmakers, . jewellers, Opticians 'ASS W@BK GU AR AN/TEED. And ALEXANDER- STREE®. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. SUFFERING FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARE SENT BY THE S.A. MILITARY FORGES TO & Pi S.A.O-A., G.S.O.I. RUNDLE 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. ADVCCE FREE 8. C....
JUVENILE DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
.TTiVTCNILE drunks. A Melbourne message states that f Joseph Muirhead, a youth, was lined j £1 at. the Richmond Court on a j charge of '(drunkenness. A constable, ' in his evidence, said, he saw defend ant and another lad with two, girls (one 14 years of age), in South Rich- ' mond, They had their arms around . each, other, and were all intoxioated. j
0ALLEGED IRREGULARITIES. POSITION OF A RATE COLLECTOR. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918
, - i ALLEGED IRREGULARITIES. > POSITION OF A RATE COLLECTOR. ADELAIDE, Thursday. It was reported last January by the Town Clerk of Thebarton that there | were grave irregularities in the ae ! counts of a Rate Collector whose ser vices have since been dispensed with. An audit of the assessment book was recommended, and it is alleged that there'"' are shortage s amounting to £161. The Collector was called in by the Mayor, and informed of the posi tion. Subsequently he sent a letter and returned the full amount. The Council intends to consider what action will be taken. The Collector was employed for three years, and the alleged irregularities covered the whole period.
In Mesopotamia ENEMY CAMPS BOMBED. ARAB SUCCESSES. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918
ENEMY CAMPS BOMBED. ARAB SUCCESSES. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Thursday A Palestine message says: Our aero planes 011 Sunday bombed em-my .camps at Misceh, wliere 47 direct hits were made. Oil Monday we dropped 1,900 lb. of explosives on the same ob jectives, and scored 37 direct hits. All our machines returned. The Arabs at Iledjaz routed 11 .bat--" i ialions of Turks 11 miies northward of Laflle on January 20, killing' 00. and capturing i>00 men, two mountain guns and 800 riiliitlebs. The Arabs on January 28 successful;/ attacked a Turkish post on the eastern shore of Use Dead Sea. Only -50 escaped. Sixly Turks were captured.
MOST CHALLENGED CHAMPION [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918
?HOPT CHALLENGED CH UfPTO\T Whr-n JoJin !,. whoso tlenUs ;s announced. heat Paddy Ryan fur ihe prize-ring championship of America, and assumed Hie title or champion of the world, he was not quite S i years of aire. He was a youngster of remarfcabe physique, and was Known a? "The Boston Strong Roy." Bora ia "Boston on October It, 1S5S, at the age of IT he weighed i t st. with no superfluous fat on his body. John L. Sullivan was the most challenged champion in th? history of pugilism. His challengers were not irresponsibe youngsters nook- j ing for notoriety, hut seasoned voter- i nns who were entitled to fight for the title by reason of their ability. These men were Peter Jackson. -champion of England, and the greatest pugilist of MIS time: Prank Slavin. and Joe Gorl dard, two of the most dangerous hitters >n Hie ring: and Boh Fitzsirnmons and Jackson challenged Sullivan repfaled v, hut Jawn absolutely declined. Slavin and Goddard flaunted money in J awn's face, but neither got a ...
THE SOLDIERS' MAILBAG. INTERESTING LETTER FROM PTE. WALLY EDWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918
THE SOLDIERS' MAILBAG. INTERESTING LETTER FROM " WALLY EDWARDS/ .\lr. J. J. O'Cailaghan has reached, an in teres ting- letter rom Pte. Watly Ethvards in which the -writer states I cannot say as much of our doings over here as I would like, but I can tot! you I have been in some pretty hut. corners, and have had many narrow escapes, but so far I am thankful tn say I have not received any injury th;;t lias laid me up. I am now commer. ring to put in my second winter hen-. How I will fare this autumn I do not yet know, but hope with a good isst;: of our overproof rum to pull throu-h all right barring- accidents. I have just returned from ten day. leave in England, where I had a royal and happy tme. I went across in tii>' some boat as Bob Skewes. He is ;i sergeant. He looks well, and has put on weight. When 111 London I called at the A.I.P. Administration Department, and was greeted most heartily by Alt'. Sjostroni. lie is a corporal, and has a good job in Hie pay department. He lias...