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SPANISH MINISTERS OF WAR. GROSS INSULT OF GIRALDA. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

SPANISH MINISTERS OF WAR. GROSS INSULT OF GIRALDA. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. A message from Seville state? that tlie tT-boat stopped the Giralda 30 miles from Vigo. ..nd detained her i or four hours while the commander sent a wireless message to Madrid asking whether he should sink he<r. The German Embassy replied yes. thereupon a. narty of sailors boarded the vessel and robbed and insulted the crew and officers before bombing her. Half the members of the Spanish Cabinet were so exasperated withthe details that, ihev favored immediate severance of diplomatic relations.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE PORT PIRIE HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of The Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

THE PORT PIRIE HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of The Kecorder.i Sir,-Through the medium of your columns I would like to call the at tention of the public to the unsatis factory state o! the electric fans in the medical ward of the Port Pirie Hospital. I have visited a patient every day since January 13, so am speaking from actual observation. I® the ward, there is one overhead fan in commission, and the blades of one on the stone. The motor is overl head, and one portable fan, During ?the' hot spell these fans have not worked half-time. Until 2 o'clock in. the afternoons they are useless. W here are the Hospital Board and what are they doing, or what is the use of thei;. : Such a state of affairs 5B a disgrace. It is cruel to the pat ients. i>nd unjust, to the nursing staff, who are working for the benefit of our sick under adverse conditions. The sooner the Board -wake up to 'their responsibilities the better We w'ant live men, not Rip Van Winkles, whq have got into a rut- that would ...

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Great Plans of Campaign AN AUSTRO-GERMAN CONFERENCE. (Published in The Times). ZURICH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

AN AUSTRC-GERiVIAK CONFERSNG (Published in-The Times). ZURICH, Thurs<iav The Berlin newspapers are iilt. cl Kith sensational reports of tlic re sult of a conference between ;re Aus trian and-German Governments an'l ! headquarters staffs, which, it is slat. I ed, decided or. .great {.'Inns of can- - j paigu in Northern llvssia as well as in the West. General Ludrndort , was very dictatorial, and insisted on spec ial measures against the revolution ary movement. Poland's iuture was ^ inconcJusii-elv dascussed. The Germans adhered to thoir demands to monop olise the mining and industrial re gions, leaving- Austria only the agri cultural land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

A Big Star Sensation. «? To-night "? CASINO LOUISE GL4UM in - th«Triangle Feature - £°\ I W% T52^ %, I 111 ' B I rid S%. I * f: fen s f- K t5 ^ j( 'Ai: M %. | m a j g iga d Pi J&ssg? JSsssS Ju. M: A-a ULE AN EXCITING STORY IN THE HUGGED WEST. 5000ft OF THRILLING AND PULSATING DRAMA 5,000ft. A GIRL WH<F BOSSES A ROUGH WILD WEST TOWN. A BSIGHTY PICTURE Wi Tli A MIGHTY PUNCH. -B§ee@©®@e®©ss@@s@©@©®@f A CLEVER DUMMY, KEYSTONE'S REVEL OF KI0TI0U5 FUN. 2,000 It. OF UNADULTERATED JOY. 2,000 ft. And a Glorious Supporting Program To*N!gfst s- s Casino s' To-f^lijghi Ojp"&±oi£i,l Hotica ? C'.S ';i ion. A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants; especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at BEMSOM harmacy ELLEN STREET. . We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician E r-|p^ .1 © Pm #1 And Vkl ns rgan, arehouse ALEXANDER-STREET, POET PIRIE. Importer of High-Grade Pianos and Organs, ...

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APPEAL TO GERMAN WORKERS. "BROTHERS ACROSS A BARBEDWIRE BARRIER." (Reuters Service). LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

,IP PEAL TO GERMAN WORKERS. ''BROTHERS ACROSS A BARBKU WIRii iSAiUUKP,." ,'Ueulers tfcrviooi LO.NDON'. Friday. j Ik'uk-i-' <;cnvsj"j!!ne;u at iM.rograd says that the -Soviet in PeU'ograd has . issued a irramiilofiiiont appeal to Hio j I workers of Berlin ami Vienna, haiiiiffj ? Ihj'D) a? 'brothers across a barbed-wire j burner, and- nnftuiincinp' that Ihc G**r- ; ? mail Socialists Biebknaehl and Adlov' ,iiave ho>'-n elocb'd honorary presidents jof the P'Hroarad Soviet. .1

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THE [?]ort [?] Recorder Published Daily. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. ROYAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

THE ify.it Mecork? Published Daily. SATURDAY. FEHRUARY !>. I ROYAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BUND. Mr. J. A. Pavey, Collector for the , Royal Institute fur the Blind, >rorth, North -Adelaide, wrili\s sl;ilin^ '.hat he hopes I" be in Pert Pirb* on his annual coHectins- lour from i-Vbruary ! i to 2.'?. Mr. Pavcy expresses his thanks for past support, and snicits .hearty assistance again this year.

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Ru-sis TERRIBLE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

Ru-sis TERR3BLE ECONOfWJC CONDITIONS. LONDON, Thursday. Yesterday's Bussian wireless mes sage regarding Ukraine conflicts with reports from other sources. -Renter's correspondent at Petrograd ,s^\is thati 'thei Bolsbqvik Kews: Agency states that- the Germans at Riga fraudulently collected 65,001), votes lor the incorporation o? iuga with Ger many and imprisoned 200 Socialists. ; with sensational reports of the re-1 and the workers are starving. i

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BAND CONCERT ON THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

! HAND CONCERT ON TJBKACM. The itmiivation intmlnc"<i hy tlic Ex celsior Viceregal Band of holding" an ojion-air concert on iln; Folnmnnlown Bcach proved :i Iiu.w success Inst Sun day night. To-m<<rro\v ni?rht, at S li.in., the band wil ^ivr> anchor concert, ami a choiec selecUon fwiis will bo ivmh'tvd nmior-lli" i'..n<!u<-torsii;n o!" Mr. (J.-tlilii.'

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SOLOMONTOWN SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

SOLOMONTOWN SWIMMING CLUB. A meeting for tie purpose oi form ing a Swimming Club at Solomon. town was held at Munn's sto'e, Solo moat own, on Thursday night, Mr; G. Cbarloaworth presiding. Mr. J. P. I Sellars explained the objects of the j Swimming Association, and, on the ; motion of Mr. Boucher, seconded by | Mr. Baidock, it irgc decided to form \ a club. Officer# were elected as fol lows : President, Mr. Gharlcsworth, ! viCfl-presMentis, Messrs.) Ba&dock, Dog-' ! enhardt, Wurm, Dalley, Geddea, Owen Munct.and Petty ; secretary, Mr. Rob inaoa ; assistant secretary, Mr. Shur low ; treasurer, Mr. Baldock ; com mittee, Mrs. Swgnston, Misses Petty, Muhn, Read, Nrelaon, Messrs. Bouch er, Doyloy, Hall and Degenhardt ; auditors,. Messrs. Chjeesemans andj Doy loy ; delegates to Association, Miss IT. Nelson and Messrs. Robinson and Charlesworth ; trustees, Jlessra. A. B. Forgan, V. Wurm, and W. Martinfc instructor, Mr. J. \\ Sellars ; swim ming masters, Messrs. Love, Hall, Doyloy an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

"Back to . School A<iafn!' f no Little Or-Bs arc'Waiting -for Mew B^cts. STM.IT E'S -GET THEM ,\T - &g!i Seeks and at Low Prices. Cl eapcsi in ri'ie for All Cbses of-feotwear. 8ye- Our. Windows - 0= - Here's something Special f'ji" this week only. ' A REfiL FABRIC CAWVAS EOOT, 22/6 for IS/9. TliIS "VE1-.K ONLY s r a STE> THE LIVELY- BOOTrslftK, ALEXAXDF. R R STREET. 'Phone 101. PREST * V Big Alteration SaS© Starting T j-Day, February 9. IN OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW SHOP. BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. WE ASK YOU TO INSPECT OUR NEW PREMISES. Hundreds of Bargains to interest you. ho NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. THE PRICES WILL PLEASE. PREST BROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. Dental Announcement ! (A CARD). I My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES aiuL APARTMENTS are -i now conij.lelf. They have been modelled upon tile latest Con- ! iioental designs, equipped witli up-to-date Acccssox'ies, and I afford every facility for high-grade Dental .Treatment.. . ' A SPECIAL FEATURE of my PRACTICE is the at...

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State Politics LIBERALS AND NATIONALISTS SPLIT. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

LIBERALS AND NATIONALISTS SPLIT. ADELAIDE, Fridav . The Liberals stated to-day that ne gotiations have been, definitely broken off with tho Nationalists in connec tion with the Central District, as tho .decision on Thursday night was liaal jaiid; irrevocable:. A. prominent Libtv al was asked what was the position of the Coalition, and replied, "That as a matter for Messrs. ginndell an.J Jacksonl"

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A LIFESAVTNG DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

LIFESAVTNG DEMONSTRATE I -a1 nre-saving: demonstration will be | held at the Barrier Wharf, at the foot of Alexander atreet, on Sunday next at 10.30 a.m., b.y Miss V. White and N. Nel3on. and Messrs. McLeod and -J. P. Sellars, and also at Solomon town at 7 o'clock in the eveninjr. Also, an open, race will be run at 10.30 o'clock on Sunday morning, open to all amateur comers for a trophy. The entrance is free. OLD AGE. Old age,' as it comes in tin* orderly process of nature, Is a beautiful ami 'majestic thing-. It stands for ex perience, nowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is old aga as it should he, hut old aff© as it often is means poor dijjeston, torpid bowels, a sluggish liver, and a sreneral feeling of ill-health, despon dency and misery. This in almost every instance is wholly unnecessary. One dose of Chamberlain's Tablets taken immediately after supper will improve the digestion, tone up the liver, and regulate the bowels. That feeling of despondency will give way to one of hope a...

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THE ATTACK ON ZEE8RUGGE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

THE ATTACK ON ZEE8RUGGE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. Renter's correspondent at Amsterdam says the newspapers Telegraaf states that during- the recent aerial attack on Zeehrugge'iJ) bombs dropped near the Kommadantur. Others greatly dam aged the barracks. The Germans at night time brought dovvn on February 3 one of their own machines near Hevst, tiling the pilot.

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OTHER SHIPS ESCAPE. TRUST IN JOHN BULL'S DESTROYERS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

OTHER SHIPS ESCAPE, TRUST IN" JOHN BULL'S DES TROYERS. (Published in T-he Times). LONDON, Thursday. The Tusc-ania was accompanied by several ships, which escaped. There was a I'go number 0f American and ?other passengers on board. Some of the survivors were immersed for two hours, and were without clothes when they were landed in port. When the vessel, was torpedoed the officers megaphoned that there was no danger of the ship jinking before all-were ta^en oft. The sailors call ed out, "We will stick aboard and trust -John Bull's destroyers." A torpedo was fired at one of the rescuing destroyers, but missed.

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MARTINDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLE Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

W3ARTINDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLE Two miles. Common King, 10 st. 5 lb.; Yan .Jiirrali. 10.i: On Parade, 10.3: Grace Watson J 0.2: Waltowa, 10.0; Coast line, 0.13; Patron's Delight, 9.9; Rytol, 9.8: Creusot, 9.7; Moslem, 9.6: As paragus, 9.5; Artillery Girl, 9.0; Trans mit to, 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, 8.11; Jim Waton, 8.11; Worendo, 8.11: Lady Trent, 8.11; St: Cyprian, 8.1; Her Own, 8.4; Master Pandion, 8.4; Kallinta, 84; Anton bridge, 8.4: Sweet Rest, 8.4. MARTINDALE HANDICAP One and a quarter miles. Wire Wheels 9.10; Azoiv, 8.12; Likely, 8.0; Arltunga King^ 7.9; Gam bet-to, 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, 7.1°»: Wairakei 7.13; Fc.ggMone, 7.12; Lord Cooper, 7.11; Bobinite, 7.10; Marie Studholme, 7...

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The Torpedoed Tuscania MISSING NUMBER 210. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

Hie Torpedoed Trcasia MISSING WU&1BER 210. (Routers Service). LONDON. fhursday. The Admiralty states that theTus cania was torpedoed on Tuesday night oft the coast of Ireland. She was carrying American troops. The saved number 2,011 so,diers, 141 of the crew. a ^>5 oi'nevs. out of a .total of 2,397 aboard. The missing: number 210.

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THE FRENCH REPORT. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

Tin-; FRENCH REPORT. 'Renter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. A French eonmrarnYiuo sfal.es: An enemy att.ick at daybreak on a-small post nor Mi of Coraonnc was repulsed. The Germans followed up the liOiTiban'menis reported in the morning ; on tii!"- right, oi" the Aleuse and in Alsace with lhr?e surprise attacks, east of j Sanio.irucus, on' Hif northern side of the Fosses Wood, and south of Harimann- J Wciierkop. All (he attacks were repul- j sed.

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FINE DISCIPLINE AND COURAGE. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

FINE DISCIPLINE AND COUR AGE. (United Came berviee). LOXDGN, Thursday The Tuscania was attacked at nig hi. time while under escort, bhe is the tiie first inbound American transport to lie sun';. American naval officials in Lon don consider the escort was as safe and es'teient as was humanly possible. There is an out.stasias feeling of tnankfulness' that there was not much greater loss of life. The %nres indicate that fine disci pline, and' courage were s&qwn, also wise and quick handling. Mr. Page, the American Ambassa dor, has telegraphed to the I-ord Mayor of Belfast thanking him and. the people oi that city for their ready help.

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REFLOATED. DESTROYER SINKS THE SUBMAR INE. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

REFLOATED. DESTROYI-R. STXIvS THE SUBJLAE INE. '(United Cable Service). LONDON, Thursday The Tuscan ia floated after two hours. She was being convoyed. Sur vivors landed in Britain. A des troyer san't the submarine.

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The War. The Western Front SUCCSSSFUL BRITISH RAIDS. (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918

Jh Western Front UCCSSSFUL BRITISH RAIDS. ([ieuter's Service) LONDON, Ihursdr. lfai^r reports: We success^illy, raided eastward ofjAi tieres, la' ing prisoners. Hostile artillery firing is taking place at Ca.iibrat and Lens.

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