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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY! CASINO - To-night - CASINO Nat Gould's Big Racing Sensation m CHANCE OF A UFET1M THE GREAT STAR SPORTING SUCCESS. . r,000 FEET OF THRILL AND EXGITEMENT. 5000 FEET. SEE:-'?The Race for the Askwood Gup," The Great £5000 -Sidc-wager, The Fight on the Racecourse. Nothing- Finer Ever Staged or Filmed. Also these Popular Picture Gems. Just Gold. ' Rough Stuff A Delightful J000ft. Drama. A 2000ft, Riot,of Laughter. The War Graphic Gaumont's Great Topical. To*Njght : : Casino r . : To-IMIght . 1 . Optica,! Motio© Quality* Satisfaction, IIWIf A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at SEMSOW'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. ? We give Glasses only when necessary. . . Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Ph?«rmaeeufcfcal Chemist and Optician. E. T. Collins Piano, Organ, And Music Warehouse ALEXANDER-STREET* POET PIRIE. Importer of High-Grade Pianos an d Organs, Gramophones, Records, and Musical Instruments....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
DEATH. ELLIS.-On February 13, at lite re sidence of her parents, Three-chain road* Port. Pirie. Dorecn Violet May, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs A. K. L. Ellis, a fed two niontliK.-R.I.P. A HERO OF THE WAR. WATHERSTON-In loving memory of our dear brother who was killed in France on February 1 i. 1017. Far away from tlio.se who loved him. Comrades laid him down to rest; A noble hero true and brave. Peacefully sleeps in a soldier's grave. -Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Al. E. and E. F. Walli erston. IN MEMORIAL. PHOENIX.-In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who de parted this life 14t.li February. HU-'t. "Love is the link Death cannot sever." -Inserted by his loving wife and daughters. Port Piriti, FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends'of Mr and Mrs. A. E. L. ELLIS are respectfully informed that the remains of their late' daughter,1 Dorcen Violet May, will be removed from llieir residence. Three-chain road, Solomontown, THIS DAY at 3.30 p.m. for inteniR-nt in the...
The Western Front AUSTRALIANS NEAR MESSINES. THEIR LATEST RAID. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
The Wes ern STRALI'fiKS NEAR (V3ESSINES. THE IK LATEST RAID. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. Reuters correspondent at the Brit ish headquarters says the Australians arc in the region of Messines and have given the Germans a vigorous re minder that their fighting qualities re main ? The raid reported yesterday came about in this way: For some days past there has been more traffic than usual upon certain railways. Curiosity there at was aroused, and'it- was also learn ed from'a prisoner that his division was training intensively for an offensive. The Australians thereupon arranged to go and see what was going on. The German positions were heavily man ned; -and a hnil of machine gun ami rifle lire greeted their approach. It is amazing that our resultant casualties were so light under the circumstances. They do not total more than half the number of prisoners taken.
UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. j Acute attacks of colic, diarrhooea j j and dysentery come oil without warn- j ting and prompt relief must be obtain ed. It is not necessary to incur the ex- j jpciise of a physician's services in such \ . cases if Chamberlain's Colic and Diar- j ' rhoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of | '. this* remedy will relieve the pain before the doctor could arrive. For sate everywhere. ' ' ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
Back in School ftqain!" The Little Ones ire Waiting for New Boots. GET THEM I High Stocks and at Low Prices. Cheapest in Pirie tor All Classes of Footwear. See Our Windows -O Hei-e's something Special for this week ouly. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT; 22/6 for 16/9. Tl'iIS 'VEH.K ONLY. STftlTE. THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDERR STREET. 'Phone 101. Big Alteration Sale N@w in Full Swing. *Jri,4rW?4rir^,lrirWr45lriW'3ri"i',2rl,'i'» IN OUR BEAUTIFUL 1NTEW SHOP. BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. WE ASK YOU TO INSPECT OUR NEW PREMISES. Hundreds of Bargains, to intere«t you. DO NOT .MISS THIS .OPPORTUNITY. THE PRICES WIL|L PLEASE. r.r'" I « PR EST BROS. THE POPULAR: HOUSE. Dental Announcement (A CARD). My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES and APARTMENTS aro now complete. They have been modnlted upon the latest Con tinental designs, equipped with up-lo-date Accessories, and afford every facility for high-grade Dental Treatment. A SPECIAL FEATURE of my PRACTICE is the attention devoted to Conservative Treatment o...
EASTERN SUBURBS SWEPT BY GALE. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
EASTERN SUBURBS SWEPT BY - . GALE. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The ©eastern suburbs of Adelaide .were swei't lost night and early this ' morning; by a vjolent gale, whicfc. at j times blew at the rate of * hundred miles art hour. The wind came down through th» guilias -with cyclonic foroo, and played havoc in many Erections. Flowers in gardens were cut as -with a scythe, or perhaps mono appropriately, with a eaugage macMae. Treea* wer« uprooted! aod brajichfis torn o5 thai squired the fetrangih oi several men to lift. Hous .s wore unroofed here and there, fenc es and boardings- blown down/ and considerable .q-aantitias of fruit; oh trees, partdoidarly ]*te paaehes and apples. Tbe root of a new houaeo at Kftlv«rn waa carried over a neijjh boriag paddock. The damage was eonfined ehiefty to Mitch am, Malvera, Ualey, Burnsidei, Marryatvilla, and Kensington Gar dens. Portion of the roof of tte Gongrog'ational Church at Kensington Gardees was taken off and the tiles of ...
"The Chasce of Lifetime." A BIG SPORTING SEMSATION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
"The Cbasce of afletiM." A Bid SPORTING SEMSATiORi ' Ck 'iSsQ TO-NIGHT. ; Nat Gfauid'a famous racecourse# ro mance, "The Chance oi.si lifetime," one oi the most thrilling;sporting pictures ever filmed, coiues to the C«aino to-night, and patrons to that .ever popular reaort should eea soma j thing roally gbo&/'3%s big picture, which is over 5,000ft. ui &eajgth,'. faisi# bristle* withaxcitamsnt fcnasn fcegin-: niog to rod. It dopiota theaeneational race 'tor., the AaWood Gup, in which t£fa owner of tha" iavorita has bacfcoi Ms feorae for ovsr . SS.OOO. Ia ard»r to frustrate 'tie chances of th» hocoa eaveral «rooia feavo be«jn engaged to block him from winning. A moat thrjiliog fight &mies oa the course. The thrills are all here, enacted bsfor® your very eyea. with such power end excitement, that avea Nat Qoubl's fam 0U3 book could not depict. .. Enormous crowds attended nigS*fcly to see this famous picture in - Ade laide during the past fortnight, w&ere...
RELATIVE OF JIMMIY GOVERNOR. SAVAGE ATTACK UPON A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
RELATIVE OF JiMIVIY GOVERNOR. AVAGE ATTACK UPON A GIRL. Roy Governor, a boyish-looking' apo riginal, and a relative of the notorious Jimmy Governor, appeared before Judge Scholes aat Bathurst Quarter Sessions on five charges of burglary wiHi violence, stealing from a dwelling, attempted burglary, common assault, ?and larceny at Warren (reports the Sydney Sun} . With a broad smile Governor pleaded guilty, and was sen tenced to five years' penal servitude for the burglary with violence, and on the other charges to sentences total ling five and a half years, which were made concurrent. In connection with the burglary charge, it- was staled that the prisoner entered a house at Warren, where a young girl was sleeping on the veran dah?. In order to silence the girl Gov ernor struck her a heavy blow with his fist. Then he entered the building and escaped with valuable property.
NOT HIS CHILDREN. SOLDIER FINED FOE FALSE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
NOT HIS CHILDREN. 0LD1ER I'LNED FOE FALSE STATEMENT. A case of interest in relation to se paration allowances was heard before Mr Paylen, S.M., at the Sydneyl Police Court, when James Edgar Laane (34) pleaded guilty to a charge of making an untrue statement that he had two children wiicn applying for a military separation allowance. Walter Francis Gibson, sergeant, in the garrison military police, said that i he saw Lane at-Victoria Barracks, ?when he said hi's name was .Tames Ed gar L'ane, and that his wife resided at Hereford street, Forest Lodge. He admitted having a wife in England.. Lane made a statement from the .dock . lie admitted having made a false declaration that he was a married man with two children in order to get an | allowance for them. The truth, of the | matter was, lie said, that he was only I living with the mother of these chil jren. He was not the father of her children. His wife had left him years ago in England. He claimed that his only fault was that he sai...
COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Following are current prices in Port Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb. 0 i 11 Butter (dairy), per lb. . . 0 1 2 Fresh Eggs, per doz 0 0 9- ' Ham, per lb. '. . 0 i 6 Bacon, per lb 0 13 Lard, per lb . 0 1 3 Dripping, per lb OiOlO Cheese, per lb 0 1 2 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
PORT PIRIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
PORT PIRIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. r in connection witn trie report 01 trie ; openin.-- demonstration of i-hc. Port Pirie Technical School we would refer ; our readers to the list of classes an- j oearing in our advertising- columns. | The li?l shows that ample instruction is provided to ''quip .very thoroughly any l of our girls and boys who are anxious | to make progress in any technical pro fession they may care to adopt. Adults, too. are provided with instruction in subjects helping- to the better under standing of operations that are carried on at the Smelters. It- was interesting !&lt;> nolicr last evening that, some of Uiose obtaining certificates and prizes were men of mature age.
MONEY IN SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
MONEY IX SHIPS. A "Bulletin" correspondent says: While Australia is still chinwagging as to liow, when and where a start is to he made at shipbuilding, the principal Commonwealth ports are populated by vessels constructed since Lite war started. The four, five and even six masted schooners now familiar in Aus tralian harbors are nearly all new; also they are floating gold mines for the strangers who own them. One Canadian syndicate alone has turned out 12 large schooncrs in the last few months, and the profits from these ves sels repay the capital cost in two or three trips. One Yankee skipper visit ing Sydney recently showed me that, his "dinghy" was returning his owners £24,000 a year.