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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
A BIG PICTURE ATTRACTION. »&lt;BtlQ>CQffi8i©flf SB888i8S8&lt;D -: To-night - "CASINO MARC MacDERMOTT -IN THE PROBLEM PLAY. A POWERFUL SOCIETY DRAMA WITH A TERRIFIC PUNCH. 5000f. OF MAGNIFICENT ACTING. 5000£t. EPISODE No. 10. A PERILOUS PLUNGGE. THE U.S.A. WAR TOPICAL. A Mammoth Pictorial: THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. PATHE'S AUTHENTIC BATTLE BUDGET. T isi-"" " r" . '*' i ?'. ' ' HE NEVER TOUCHED R/|E. A Rollicking- 1000ft. Comedy. To-Nlght? : s Casino ; To-f^ight 'Ox>tlcEtl' Notice QuaSi&y, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Pour things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get tliem all at BENSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician PIANOS PIANOS By the best Manufacturers from England and America. CASH OR EASY EXTENDED TERMS. Music. Music- Music CALL in TO-DAY and Ask to hear your favourite Piano Solo or Song play ed before purchasing We ...
WE CAN DO IT AS WELL AS UNCLE 8 AM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
WE CAN DO IT AS WELL AS UNCLE SAWi. ? From a progressive Australian manu facturer to The Bulletin: After spending- three months in the U-S.A, visiting such cities as New York, Chicago, Boston, Cincinnatti, Pitts burg-, Dayton, Detroit, Los Angeles and 'Frisco I feel there are several things I want to let Australians know. Australia is the better country to work and live in. The climate in the Eastern States of America is too cold -so cold, in fact, that it becomes a . hardship to be out of doors in winter I The cost of living- in Australia was, when I left about six months-ago just about half what-itris here, and rents in Chicago and New York are very high. The living conditions of the great bulk of the workers in the big cities are wretched and cannot be compared with ours. Most of the industries here work 54 hours per week in summer and 60 in winter. There is little or no Govern ment control or regulation of either wages or hours; but in some States there are laws about heating an...
HEAVY ASSAULTS ON FRENCH. FURY AND PERSISTENCE UNAVAILING. FRENCHMEN GAY AND CONFIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
HEAVY ASSAULTS ON FRENCH. FURY AND PERSISTENCE UN AV AILING, FRENCHMEN GAY AND CONFI DENT. (Reuter's Service J. LONDON, Saturday. Renter's (correspondent on French front, telegraphing 0n Friday sav3 the -Germans jar*} multiplying ?.their attacks in the Verdun region and pressing them with- gSreat; furv and persistence. On the right of the Meuse they are particularly active. In this , attle sector during the past week "daily German assaults were beaten- off, resulting only in heavy enemy lostees without the semblance of advantage. Bavariarf shock troops and Hanoverians were con spicuous these attacks, some of which did not reach our line. Our poilus leaped the trenches and, meet ing the enemy in the open -with, rifle and bomb, drove him back. Other attackers i gainec'l , momentary, footling, but were ejected by immediate count er-attacks. As a result of these engagements the French soldiers were never gayer, more Confident, or more eager for a decisive grapnle with the enemy than the...
PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RAGE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RAGE. Two miles. Muttawarrah. 10 st. 3 lb.; Rytol, 10.0; Scrutinize!', 9.8; General Joffre, 9.7; Neutral, 9.6; Scutari,, 9.4; Little Pistol, 9.4; Greyhawk, 9.2; Sir Pistol, 9.0. PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Arise, 9 st. 6 lb.; Rayahs, 8.6; 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; AI baree 7.5; GheerUp, 7.4; Etinie, 7.3; Laura's Pride, 7.2; F.H.E., 7.0; Little Pistol, 7.0; Scutari 7.0. TRIAL STAKES. One mile. Tinfly, 9.0; Little Pistol, 8.8; Lulla bar, 8.7; Prince Torah, 8.6; Dell Rose, 8.5; Snowlown, 8.3; Miss Redmond, 8.2; Petekree, 8.2; Coonatta, 8.0; Tos tig Belle, 8.0; Scutari,-8:0; Bulparine, 7.12; Deporte 7.12; Bill Watson, 7.10. FLYING HANDICAP. , Six furlongs. Jamestown, 9-st.; Paddilii, 8.12; Laroon, 8.12; Wee Spec, 8.10; Scotch Peer, 8.8; Carawa, 8.6; Queenbrook, S.5; Gratiosa, 8.4; Wairakei, 8.4; Muttawarrah, 8.2.; Merjty Maid, 8.0; Marnoch," 7.13...
MARTINDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
MART1NDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLES. Two miles. Common King, 10 st. 5 lb.; Yan durrah, 10.4; On Parade, 10.3; Grace Watson 10.2; Wallowa, 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 mits, 9.0; Mumluckhardt, 9.0. ALU DEN 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, 8.4; Her Own, 8.4; Master Pandion, 8.4; Kallinta, 84; Anton bridge, S.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 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.H: Wairakei 7.13; Fr.ggjplene, ".12; Lord Cooper, 7.11; Bobinlte, 7.10; ! Marie Studholme, 7.10...
MISUNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
MISUNDERSTOOD. I The Mayor (Mr A. Forgan) rang us up Jast night and drew attention to a paragrapah in Saturday's issue about 111e late Private Herbert. Mr Forgan said our reporter was wrong in saying thai, "it was erroneously stated" at the council meeting that Charles Herbert, jun. was mentioned as having been kill ed. as he mentioned the correct name of the deceased, though most of his re marks had reference to Mr Charles Herbert, sen. Peccavi!
GAWLER WEIGHTS. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
GAWLER WEIGHTS. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlongs. ..Passado, 9 st.; Bob Manor, 8.8; .Norak, 8.8: Marie Studholme, 8.7 ;i Sweet Rest. S.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, S./i; Sirinya, 8.4; Miss Bernice, 8.3; La Warrina, 8.2: Kallinta, S.2; Varlin, 7.13; Pocilliona, -'7.11:; Banzai's' Hope,' 7.11; Lord Pistol, 7.9; Lady Lossie .7.8; St. Cyprian, 7.8; Miss Point, 7.4; Master Robbie, 7.4; Lord Midge, 7.3; Pedester. 7]3; Montwihg, 7.3; De porte. 7.3. HURDLES. Two miles. Devron, 11 st. 3 lb.; Trenton's Hope 10.3; Brewster, 10.7; Netherton, 10.2; Baron Douro 9.10; Waltowa, 9.8; Baracoos, 9.12; Common Kin?, 9.12; Master Maelgwyn, 9.8; Holy War, 9.6; Ferignite, 9.6; Proven, 9.4; Kopenick, 9.2; De Walden. 9.0; Patron's Delight, 9.0; Hamako, 9.0; \Vidgil 9.0; Thunder Girl, 9.0; Transmitto, 9.0. RAILWAY TRIALS. Six furlongs. High Tension, 9.0; Opera Bouffe, 8.13: Passado, 8.7; Queenb...
"No Next Time." MILITARISM DISCREDITED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
j- "No Next Time." , MILITARISM DISCREDITED. "There must be no next time is another* -oi the favorite' phases oftne politicians. There will be HQ next tame. Democracy has found war. out,, and militarism >;tawM ' discredited. The greatest military machine the world has ever known failed in the first six mouths of this war utterly !lo -destroy its unprepared, enemies, was compelled to witness their belat ied prepaeations, powerless to prevent them, and now thwarted, baulked, hemmed in, bankrupt, adjures its peo ple wildly to hold OUj in a defensive war. Militarism stands utterly dis credited to-dav. and no nation, even the German nation, will embark upon a world war at its bidding! so long as living memory of the present ag ony remains. Militarism, is discredited, and dis credited beyond contempt is the sec ret diplomacy wh;oh ha3 made the I present' 'possible. The peoples will decide the issues, the peoples have suffered, and the peoples must be trusted. If war is to go on indefin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
STI^L* THE BIG mmmm DBMEm at the "BIG HOUSE is still theeentre of attraction. I The Big-Reductions made in many lines is attracting much, attention. These Bargains are going- fast, so Gali ! early and get-your share. "r- '- - : --1 We quote a few Specials' for this week. ADIES' and MAIDS' JAP. CREPE KIMONAS Special, 6/11 each, few only left, LADIES' TRIMMED.. HATS, being'sacrificed at -i/il each. ADIKS and GIRLS' PANAMA HATS, worth up to-1579 each, our Special Sale Price 4/11 each CHILDREN'S KIMONA PRINT FROCKS, just the thing for the. hot weather, a bargain. 2/11 each. A Small Lot of SAMPLE HOSE to go at J/11 pair. SAMPLE TOWELS to Clear at Sample . Prices. 12/4'White H.C. QUILTS, for this week only, 10/6 each. STORM FLANELLETTE, Special Sale Price 9/11 dozen. ' A Big Lot of ENVELOPES to go at 5 packets for 1/. A Lot of SAMPLE HOSE and SOCKS to be cleared, 1/ pair. STILL A FEW REMNANTS LEFT AT , SLASHING PRICES f> Pieces only Light Gound PRINT, good width and fine quaity, thrown...
SANDOWN PAEK 11 RACES. MELBOURNE, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
SANDOWN PAEK 11 ACES. . MELBOURNE, Sunday ] Races were held at ban down > yesterday. Results : .HURDLES. Mount ain Gold (M (Lean) 1, Bard of Avon (White) 2, Single Barrel (Ams ton). 3. Won by two lengths. Betting 7 to 4 against the winner. WELTER PLATE. Hispania . ((Bullock) 1, Mr. Sim (Clarke) 2, Lucy Malt (Burn) 3 Won by a short neck. Betting-5 to 2 aga inst the -winner. SANDOWN HANDICAP. Jack Annandale (Dempsey) 1, Kil flinn ffiussell) 2, Half a Glass (Har rison) 3. Betting 8 to 1 against the winner. Won by a head. WELTER PURSE. Poiriug (Dempsev) Fierte (Frank lin) 2, King's Physician (Harrison) 3. Won by two lengths. Betting 3 to 1 against tlia winner. | OPEN HANDICAP, Wedge Cairns) 1, Petriacia (T)envp * - ;; sey) 2, lied Steel (liurbert) 3. Bett ing, 3 to 1 Red Steel, 1 to 1 tPetrac ia, 5 to 1 Wedgef Won. by half a head. Time, 1/23 &lt;J UilL\EKS' PLAT. Dulcross. -Mci'nerson). 1, Guar Blue /,Doy)' '2, . Kat-wyk. (Spark), 3. 'Won tiy half a length. Betting 3 to 1 aga...
BURRA RACES ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
BURRA RACES ADELAIDE, Sunday. The Burra races - were h'ild yester day. Following are results : HURDLES. Rytol I, Grace Watson 2, Artillery Girl 3. Won by a length: Dividend £2/13/-. TRIALS. Lady Trent (O'Dea) 1, Bill Watson (Boom) 2 Lord Cooper (Sing) 3. Won by a length, half a length separating Second and third. Dividend, £!>/.*/ BURRA HANDICAP. Wee Spec (Florence) 1, Baracoon (Dally) 2, Li'.iely (Sing) 3. Won by halt a -length, a next- fcetVeen next two. Dividend, £3/10/-. HACKS. Sir Pistol (Boom) 1, Grey Hawk (Cumtilings) 2, Billparuie (Jenkins) 3. Won by a length, with a neck be tween next two. Dividends. £10 and £1/6/-. FLYING HANDICAP. Baracoon (Dally) 1, Laroon (Sing) 2, Merty Made. Dividend £2/13/-. Won by hal£ head. JUMPERS' FLAT. Asparagus (Keen), 1, Muttawarrah (Titus) 2, Sir Pistol (Finlay) 3. W-on by a nose, only a neck separating next two. Dividend, £2/13/-. WELTER. Likely (Sing) 1. Laroon (Bennett) 2, Holy Fri-ir (Hull) 3. Won by a length, half a length separating ...