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A.R.C. FOUNDATION MEETING. THE ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

A.R.C. FOUNDATION MEETING. THE ACCEPTANCES. (The acceptances for the A.R.C. Foundation Meeting',to be hold at Vic toria Park on January 28, were re 4ceived to-dav as follows: ." UNLEY WELTER. One mile. Wire Wheels, 10 ' st. 9 lb.; Ban gome, 10.4: Kongorong, 9.7; Royal Union, 8.13: Azoic, 8.13; Alacrity, 8.12: Nomion, S.ll; Arltunga King-, 8.9: Wood Kniglit. 8.9; Gambetto, 8.3; Watervale, 8.0; Miss Restful, 7.12; Baracoon, 7.12; Killarney Rose, 7.10; Winapie, 7.8: Zupa, 7.7; . Forrignite, 7.7: Believe, 7.7. MALVERN HURDLES. About two miles/ Cordelier,-11.7: Luger, 10.:': Tren I ton's Hope, 10.4: Mooenbar,' 8.12; Netherton, 8-12; Brewster, 9.11; Third Degree, 9.11: Wallowa. 9.4: Journey man. 9.3: Gyr, 9.3; Cruesot, 9.3; De JWaldert. 9.J3; Rytol, 9.0: Pod ester, 9.0: Transmitto. 9.0. TURRETFIELD STAKES. Stnge Girl. 9.3; Minchinbury, 8.8; All Ten, 8.3; Master Bobbie, 8.1; Maori Pah, 8.1; Queen of War, 8.0; Lady Monitor, 8.0: Kins' BardoLph. 7.12; Clocher, 7.11; Mount Eba, 7.11; Aghord, ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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DUELS IN THE AIR. AVIATOR'S RECKLESS FIGHT. EIGHT-TO-ONE COMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

DUELS IN THE AIR. AVIATOR'S RECKLESS FIGHT. EIGftlT-TO-ONE COMBAT. [ . 'S'brne idea of the heavy odds against "j'vhich Hie British air service ,at' home .has to battle is given to the report > by a squadron commander of the ^'R.N.A.S. of his sliare in the defence j of his country in a . recent air raid. "When at 11,00 ft.," he says, "I saw1 ten Gotlias coming inland. I-climbed-] up to them and engaged one on the j right of the formation about three ; miles out to sea, at something- over ' 12,000 ft. Fired 100 rounds from ' i straight behind His tail at 100 yards | range. Bullets were seen to enter the ; Gotha's fusilage. Machine started into "a low spin. I follwed and fired about , 1 twenty-five more into him to make [sure. My gun then jammed, and in trying to cl^ar I got into a very fast ' > spin with my engines on. Got out of 5 this just in time to see the enemy j crash into the sea. . ; "1 then , landed, had my gun-jam dearcd. and went up after the remain ing- eiglit Go (ha...

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Neutral Tonnage A GERMAN THREAT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

A GERMAN THREAT. LONDON, Thursday. Renter's correspondent at Amster dam says the Frankfurter Zeitunof is alarmed at the prospect of the En tente securing additional nentral ton nage^ It declares that such; cargo space will in a certain sense 'be a de cisive factor in the war. The paper threatens tie neutrals and declares "We will fight their ves who are thus helping the Entente, sels with redoubled vigor."

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DEPENDENCE, SHACKO, or BEAUTY SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

I DEPENDENCE, 'SHAGlib, or BEAUT i i ; SPOT. I I -Tramway Trials 'First Division. | 1 FORTUNE BUY or TELECOPY. , : -Second Division. . FIELD" GLASS or HOLY WAR. -Steeplechasers' . Flat. MURRANGONG or EDINOL. -Burnside Handicap.-' GUNNAWARRA or CITUS.

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Self Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

I Self Poisoning. That's just what it is-the poisoning of the system by itself. Few people realize he seriousness of constipation, which doctors now say is the direct or indirect cause of a large majority of the ailments from which mankind suffers*. Laxatives and physics" won't keep you free from constipation .They : whip and spur the bowels into action and frequently make constipation chronic. The use of NUJOL, an inter nal lubricant, is a far more sensible remedy. NUJOL is manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (New Jer sey), U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a medicine or a drug, and is not ab sorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestion. Plea sant to take. For sale by all Chemists and Stores.

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ALLIED WAR AIMS. APPROVED BY LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

ALLIED WAR AIMS. APPROVED B Y LABOUR. At thcs Nottingham Conference Mr. Henderson moved at resolution wel coming M-r. Lloyd George's and pre sident Wilson's war declarations of war aims and statements so far as thoy harmonised with Labor aims, ; and requesting the Allies to fornrul- . ale their aims at the earliest poss- | ible moment in order that they may j be placed in jaxtaposition with a | similar statement which the demoe- S racies of enemy countries have been ] requested to make. j The resolution was carried practic- ! ally unanimously.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

SPORTING. (Notes by "Chnrinsa.") ] The Jirst race at Victoria Park .ua .Monday will begin at 12.30. Both Wire Wheels and Bangonie, who are t6pweights in the Unlcy Welter, also hold'the. right to run in the Foundation Handicap, and pos sibly the idea is to give Rangonie an opener here. Although Wire Wheels is a good Welter horse he seems to have enough with 10 st. 9 lb.3 and I. would sooner have him in the chief race. Murillo Bud would have taken some beating if he had been started here in preference to the Foundation Handicap. Sometimes a change of stables acts Well, and Kongorong may jbob up. but I prefer Azoic and Alacrity, j with Miss Restful and Gambetto the jbest of the others. j If Cordelier does not carry him off , his legs over Ihe opening obstacles [Third Degree promises wel 1 in the i Malvern Hurdles, while the country horses Luger.and Trenton's Hope are .bound to have friends. Luger. how ever, shaped badly at Broken Hill. Pos sibly Netherton and Brewster, not for getting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SCREEN STAR FILMED. CASINO - To-night - CASINO AMERICA'S GREATEST ACTRESS, Clara Kimball Young IN Common Law THE GREATEST. STAR SENSATION THE WORLD HAS SEEN. ' * I 8,000ft. of Magnificent Drama 8,000ft. IS MARRIAGE NECESSARY? That is tlie question solved in the Common Law. A MASTERPIECE FROM END TO END. "THE LIFE STORY OF AN ARTIST'S MODEL." Positively the Crowning' Gldry of the Screen. DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL PICTURE, and the Glorious Supporting Program. To-Night : : Casino : : To Night Optica! Ndii©@. Quality, Satisfaction, A Lew Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all ,at ' BENSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, G.A. JONES, -M.P.S., Pharmaceutical'Chemist, and'Optician. HALL'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE ALEXANDER STREET (NEXT .FORT, PIRIE FURNISHING CO.), Have Just Unpacked a Large Shipment of MUSIC, GRAMOPHONES, RECORDS, VIOLINS, AND MANDOLINES. Call in and in...

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U-BOATS ENGAGED. BY BRITISH WARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

U-BOATS ENGAGED. BY BRITISH WARSHIPS. Renter's correspondent at iSiadrid states Uiat tile Governor of Ihe Canary Islands re ports flirt L there was an en gfig-eisient between a British war vessel find two submarines on January J 7 off I'erro. 0 n the following- day Spanish gendarmes round two German sailors who stated that tiiey belonged to liie U-boais 2!) 1 and 2!'.'). They refused k« state the. fate of their submarines.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

! DEATH, I HASKETT.-On .January ? 21, at Florence street,-Florence Agnes,-dearly . beloved infanf. ci;iushter of H. G. and . A. K. llasketL'" R.I.P.

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ARROGANT PACIFISTS. REVOLUTIONARY UTTERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

.ARROGANT PACIFISTS. REVOLUTIONARY UTTERANCE A feature of the Nottingham Labour Conference js the frequent fierce dis agreements that occur between the patriotic majority and the increasing ly aggresive pacifists. Mr. Purdy's support of (lie- patriots provoked a storm of cheers and counter chec>r». The pacill.sts' speeches are gathering a new revolutionary colour from Bol shevism. The attitude of some of-the speakers is nrrosant and personaily offensive to wards the Government,! and especially to Sir Auckland Geddes and Mr. Lloyd George.* The latter was described as "a wel-poised. well-oiled weathercock." Other a! tacks distinctly approached sedition, and intensely irritated the coninionsense worker?!, whose esti mate »f Prussian aims and I he dangers of premature pence were well express ed t>y Mr. Purdy.

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. THE HEAT WAVE. REACHES A CENTURY. ADELAIDE, Thursday The heat wave continues in Adelaide. The temperature to-day was 100 degrees in the shade. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN "THE COMMON LAW." CASIONO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

Published Daily. ... ? in ? ...M .!? FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. THE HEAT WAVE. REACHES. A CENTURY. ADELAIDE, Thursday The heat wave continues in Ade laide.; The temperature to-dajn |was 100 degrees in the shade. CLARA KI.M BALL YOUNG IN "THE COMMON LAW." Casino patrons are to be treated to a magnificent star production this even i«S, when 'lie record-breaking master piece, "The Common Law," will be shown in conjunction with a superb supporting- program. America's greatest actress, Clara Kimball Young1, portrays Hie leading- character in the life story of an artist's model, which is de picted in s,000 ft. of excellently photo graphed Ml»). That circumstances may arise which, would justify a cultured man or woman in ignoring the legal side of marriage, and joining their lives under the common law, is the theme on which Robert W. Chambers built one of the most succesful novels, of modern times. The heroine of the story, Valerie West, is a girl who would grace any position in society. She beco...

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Nottingham Labor Conference LABOUR PRESIDENT'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

Nottingham Labor Conference LABOUR PRESIDENT'S ADVICE. At the Labour Conference at Nottingham Mr. Purdy, in his Presi dential address, said that peace by] negotiation ".vide Germany occupied ] foreign territories would' mean a Gcr- ; man victory. If Germany did not «e- ] eept President Wilson's aud Lloyd | George's or the l abour Party'-3 mini- j mum terms we in List fight on.

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Big City Blaze THE CORPORATION RUBBISH DESTRUCTOR. £10,000 DAMAGES. ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

THE CORPORATION RUBBISH > DESTRUCTOR. £.10,000 DAMAGES. ADELAIDE, Thursday A big blaze occurred at the prem ises oi the Adelaide City Council rub bish destructor early this morning. A tar distillery plant, which was considered to be the most up-to-date in Australia, was destroyed, and some'thousands of gallons of "tar. were alarmed by tills - sight of the dense columns of smote which trailed across! the sky. About seven thousand -allons of tar had caught yfire, and there was & danger for a time that the whole destructor would go ; but the Fire Brigade made a wonderful save. It \Vas half an hour .before the burning tar was got under control, ant^ the distillery blazed fiercely for over an hour. The dam age will probably exceed £10,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

"Back to 3chddl .n9ai.11!" TheLittie Ones are Waiting for ft!ew Boots. ' GET THEM 3^ J . High Stocks and at Low Prices. Cheapest is Pirie ior AS! Classes of Footwear. See O&sr -'WSndows Here's something Special for tixis week only. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for 18/9. TTi15 "VEER ONLY. ft E, THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDER Pi STREET. Thouc 101. Dainty Voiles D;©ss Lengths. Verv JPfetty-. Pattern."4, 5s lid and 6s lid* tlie dress length. V We ask Yew to Suspect These Special E-ir.es o T- o ',r\ O .7 S $ a PR ES I r-*? $ i r\ THE POPULAR HOUSE. IVIy Dental Surgerieis will be CLOSED during CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS from Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice Resumed on Thursday, January 4, when wilt be made available to my Patients my New Surgeries and Apartments with finished Appointments and Complete Dental Accessories. , ~ S -5| erbert C. Afford, Qualified Surgeon Dentist 'Phone 228. BT. FLETT & SOU, Watchmakers, *3@wsil@rss >nfis 4' rs pts...

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WHEAT SCHEME COMMISSIONN. VISIT TO PORT PIRIE. ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

WHEAT SCHEME CCr.^iSS'iON. I VISIT TO POET PUREE. . , ADELAIDE, Thursday I 'The Wheat Scheme Koyal Gomims ; £ion is leaving Adelaide on ^Yed -j nesday morning on a visit oi inspec tion of the wheat stacks at Wal 1 laroo, Port Pirie and Port Augusta. { They expect to reach Port. Pirie on j Thursday afternoon.

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KAISER TALKS TO A POET. BEAUTIFUL SNOW-WHITE HAIR. "TROUSER-BUTTON" HELIGOLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

KAISER TALKS TO A POET. BEAUTIFUL SNOW-WHITE HAIR. '.TROUSER-BUTTON" HELIGO LAND. J The "majestic experiences' of ilerr I Max Bower, a minor "poet" or Dus seldorf, who has been inviled la Hie Kaiser's headquarters, iias lunched1 Willi Hindcnburg, and lias smoked a pipe with LiidendoriT, are recorded in ' lhc. Dusscldorf "General anzei ger." | Bewer .says the Kaiser tallied to him about Heligoland, and its acquisition! [from England, and also explained, ! "with bitterness," why Germany's = fleet is no larger than it is. j "Often have I been asked," says the J poet, "while I have been travelling' in i i Germany, How can the Kaiser stand ' iit-? Has lie not beeomc a misaanthro 'pist? Has Jie not aged terribly . thro.ugh grief at seeing his ideals shat tered?'" It is my patriotic duty to i correct these misleading'impressions. "When the Kaiser returned from iHeligoland I reported my presence at, headquarters. Un that an invitation to luncheon-came to me next day. I had I not, seen his M...

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Political Situation NO CHANGE. ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

o NO CHANGE. ADELAIDE, Thursday There was 110 change in the politi cal position to-day except the reiter- J Sated objection o£ the' Liberals" to j the nomination of Air. Styles as a "Coalition vajadtidatq !fotJ fthe Legisla- = tivo Council. The Liberals -will pro- ! bably be found to favor; giving the * Nationalists tio seat> ura will not agree to the ex-Minister. ; Cabinet is still considering the case o£ lir^ Stevens, the Engineer o£ lioads and Bridges. It was announc ed to-day that there was no finality yet. As the Premier had gone to : the South East to attend a confer- ; ence between the Liberals and the ' Nationalists regarding the selection s of candidates for the Victoria dis- j trict, it was not expected that any ] announcement will be made for some ! ciuys, especially with Mr. Blundell al so absent from the City in the coun try until Sunday. The Royal Commission is. expected to meet almost immediately to take the evidence asked for by Mr. -Jones, the Government Valuator...

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THE GERMAN OFENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

THE GERMAN GrENSIWE. fieuter's correspondent at British headquarters., discussing the threaten ed impending German offensive, says : "It is taken for granted that the most violent onslaught against any part of our front can hope to at tain would, be to push lis back a lit tle. {)Anv prospect o! breaking through our line is practically negli gible and scarcely worth, discussing. ,We are meanwhile preparing; ghastly 'hospitality for the enemy if he at tempts to attack."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 January 1918

Keep Your Ou this Space and You will See Something to Interest You at The.: Big: .House where the Values are. WANTED ADVERTISEMENTS. PIANO Wan led, must be very clicap: want to pay cash Tor cheap piano, any sort. "Usable," Advertiser 0!lice, Adelaide. 6 FOR SALe, Dwelling House, 3 Stone and 2 Wooden and Iron Rooms, Bathroom, Kitchen, and Lobby, Shed. Land 100 ft. x AO ft., with double frontage, situate Third Street, Pirie North; central locality. A. A. Pearce &Co., Auctioneers. 30-1 WANTED, Pair Buggy Horses,, geld ings, age not more than 7 years; must lie good, quiet, and well educa ted. Bagot, Shakes, ?& Lewis, Ltd., Gladstone. WANTED, Boy to learn Bicycle Build ing and Repairing, etc. Apply Pirie Motor and Cycle Works. twl-fSni FOR SALK, Two Large Mirrors; HJO Hie two. Bassani's Fruit Shop, Al hambra Buildings. WANTED, Private Board and Lodging willi homely people for elderly gentleman. "242," this Office. FOR SALE. Cheap, Fishing1 Cutter. Apply Burgoyns' Slip, Po...

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