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THE PRESIDENT'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 February 1918
THE PRESIDENT'S FRIEND. President .Wilson's friend and advis or is Colonel House. This cautious, kindly, shrewd, and. far-seeing Scot ish-American is one o£ the strangest characters of the war, §ind one of the strongest. He made a compet ence in business some years ago, and has ' lived since at a farm near Wash ington, connected with private tele phones to the White House. This simple farm, is the second -great centre of deplomaey and national action in America. House is a man of mys tery because he has never been in active, open life. He has become a man of imnfsiise power, simply: ^because he is the on& adviser whom "Wilscm implicitly ? trusts, the one strong and silent man who seems to Wilson to be max;ked' ousl /for great diplomatic work abroad. House has been in all the principal European, capitals since the war, and has had ttniquQ opportunities for studying the bellig erents' rulers and intentions at first hand. It is all the greater therefore to be able to say that h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 February 1918
a*** fc otia |HS £% § ?y ..... S/s THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety,, Cut and Finish, bR Tailor-Made, cannot be heatea is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Gld i?rLcS. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &lt;fcc. Our Stock ia Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be tile market value. Yn IITOT T n n r ilitjij ALEX A.NDER-STR SET, PORT PIJRIE. iUFFERINC FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARE SE.NT BY THE S.A. MILITARY FORCES TO & 'inchbeck S.A.O-A., G.S.OJ. RUN OLE STREET, ADELAIDE. THE UP-TO-DATE OPTiCiANS. Mr. HOLLAND Consults personally every day from 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. at J J. J. NETTING. Chemist. Alexander Street. ADVICE FREE S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST.. PORT PIRIB A. E. W. NOVICE. FURNITURE PACKER \.\0 ; REMO...
THE ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 February 1918
THE ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. Messrs. Blight Bros, supply us with the following noon quotations at the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday : Broken Hill, sales 62/ British Old, b 39/6, s 39/10^ British Now, b 37/6, 8 38/ Junction (con), sales 11/9. Junction Paid, b 12/9, s 13/3 .Iunction North, b 22/7i, s 22/10^ Norths, sales 61/9 South New, sales £10/1/ South Paid, b £10/3/6, s £10/6/-. Wallaroo, b 58/-, s 59/-. Edna May, b 36/9, s 36/6. Edna May Centrals, h 1*2/11 . s I'i/1 Edna May Consol (con), b 16/8, s 17/-. Edna May Deeps, b 27/6, b 28/1^ Gregt Boulder, b 13/7, s 14/. Mararoa, b 3/8J, s 3/10. Zinc Corp. (ordy), b 21/3, s 21/6. -A
A Shooting Falality TRAGEDY ON PORT DAVIS ROAD. DEATH 0F MR JAMES LYDEAMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 February 1918
A Shooting Fatality &nbsp; TRAGEDY ON PORT DAVIS ROAD. DEATH OF MR JAMES LYDEAMORE. The death occurred in tragic circ- cumstances some time between 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday and 7.30 o'clock yesterday morning of Mr James Lydea- more, aged 47, a married man with a large family, who resided about three and a half miles beyond "Lealholme," the well-known residence of Mr Fred Grey, senr. Mr Lydeamore was found dead on the Port Davis road, and the circumstances suggest that he acci- &nbsp; dentally shot himself. &nbsp; &nbsp; The tragedy was discovered by Mr &nbsp; E. L. Pope, a milk vendor. At about 7.30 o'clock Mr Pope was driving into the port with milk, and when on the Port Davis road at a spot situated about six and a half miles from Port Pirie he came upon Mr Lvdeamore's body, which was lying at the side of &nbsp; the road. Close to the fence, and running parallel with it, is a ditch, and the body was lying in this, with the feet on the ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 15 February 1918
FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late JAMES LYDEAMORE are respectfully in- formed that his remains will be remov- ed from the Baptist Church, Mary- Ellie street, THIS DAY (Friday) at 4 p.m., or on arrival of the Adelaide train, for interment in the Port Pirie Ceme- tery. SYMONDS BROS., Undertakers and Embalmers. I, FREDERICK WILLIAM JACOBS, of Port Pirie, hereby APOLOGISE to the Port Pirie Sub Branch Returned Soldiers' Association for stating that I am a returned .soldier, such being not the case. F. W. JACOBS, Witness: Leslie T. Craigie. BIRTH. SOUTH.—On 29th January, at Glen- della Nursing Home, the wife of Gor- don J. South-a son.
Prisoners in Russia VALUE TO GERMANY EXAGGERATED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
-5S. VALUE TO GEKMANY EXAG GERATED. (Reuter's Service.}. LONDON, Thursday. Interviewed bv a representative oi Re*iter, Commander LocVer Lampson, on his return from Russia, said that the value of released prisoners to Ger in any lia.'J 'been "greatly exaggerated. The prisoners are really Kl"elv to Drove dangerous, owing to their hav ing imbibed revolutionary views. The majority; are Czechs and Slovacs. Others are also onrosed to the Cen tral Powers, especially Austria. Commander Locker ,Sampson added that during the latest fighting m which a British. armored car -unit was engaged ?he Aiistrians surrend ered wholesale. Some ioinsd the British, and then volunteered to fight against the Austriang.
RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION. QUESTION OF RESIDENTIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSO CIATION. -Q- - QUESTION OF RESIDENTIAL PTTTP. A meeting of the Port Pirie sub- j branch of the Returned Soldiers and | Sailors' Association was held on Feb ruary 11, with ilr. E. L. Craigie pre- j siding. | The resignation as. Secretary oi. Sir. " Atkins was received with regret, and Sir. Atkius was thanked for His ser vices. Mr. L. Ryan was appointed secretary, and Mr. G. E. Creswell | assistant secretary. it was resolved that the duties of assistant secretary should be the control of minutes and correspondence. Mr. W. Sweetland was appointed correspondent to the Returned, Sol- ' diers' Magazine. Messrs. A. Moyle and G. Symcnds were appointed aud itors. It was decided tq hold a amoie social, and Messrs. Craigie, Creswell, Moyle, Goldsmith and Anderson were ai>poiuted a committee to look after the arrangements. Tho date of the social and other details were left to this committee. The Question of a residential club at Port Pirie was discussed, unfl the foli...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late PETER MURDOCK are respectfully informed that his remains will be removed from his late residence. Three-chain road, Solomontown. THIS (Saturday) AF TERNOON at -i p.m., or on arrival of the Adelaide train, for interment in the Port Pirie Cemeterv. SYMONDS BROS.. Undertakers and Embalmers IVIARRIASE. PEARCE-ALSON.-On the. 8th Fe : bruary, at Christ Church, North Adi-~ j laide, by Captain-Chaplain .1. II. .Jof-. I Lieutenant Alfred Alexander, iih ?c . of Major A. A. Pearc V.D.. u.' Port Pirie. to Ivy Isabel. : ~dy tknif-li ter of ?drs R. A. Card. Le IT v.ite Aven ; ne. Hud ley Parle. Pres ni address: Fnliarton road. Parkside. IN MEP.SORfAF/1, ; 'FORM.-In loving memory of our i dear hu -b-uKl and father Oe.or&lt;r O., "who died February 10. 1916.-R.I.P We who loved you sadly miss you. I as it. dawns another year. -Inserted by bis loving- wife and chil dren. Mae-gie Ford. D-W1ES.-In. lnvinsr memory of Al bert Davie*. dearly beloved husb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
W. F.:-WELLS A- CO., G Scil hiaflf and Bool Pal ace, THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Seleotion of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, aL. Tailor-Made, cannot be beaten is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri.^s- We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Glen's JIats, Shirts, Ties, &c. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These we e bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much b*~ iOK- the market value. VV P 1 T 3 X WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, POUT PIRIE. ®@®©©©@@©@®©@®@©®®©@e®©©©©«©®0©©!B#©e©©®®©®®©&lt; eturned SUFFERING FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARE SENT BY THE S.A. MILITARY FORCES TO Holland & Pinchbeck S.A.O-A., G.S.O.I. RUNDLE STREET. ADELAIDE. THE UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS. Mr. HOLLAND Oi'iisults personally every day from 0 a.m. till 9 p.m. at J. J. NETTING. Chemist Alexander Street. ADVICE FREE S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. T\NK3, BATHsTa...
The War. The Wes[?]n Front CANADIAN RAIDS. LOCAL FIGHTING AND ARTILLERY FIRING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
Ik Wes era Frost o CANADIAN RAIDS. LOCAL FIGHTING AND ARTILLERY FIRING. ' - t'Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Ilaig re porls: The Canadians successfully raided s;&lt;ufh-eastward of Ileroicourt. "They kii'c.'i iii.-sp.Germans and prison ered ! :i. They also captured two ma chine guns, destroyed four trench mor tars and bombed 17 dugouts whose occupants refused io surrender. Our casualties were siis"li t. The Canadians last night success fully raided at Hill TO. northward of Lens. Lfical lighting occurred in the morn ing uorlli-wcstward uf Passchendaele. ?A parly of attacking Germans occupied two posts. Our (Miniu'i- attacks re gained the posln. The enemy - :irtii!'-i-y is t'i?»"?.? active southward and norihw-.t-d uf i.'-u ;.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
PORT PIRIE ELECTORATE COMMITTEE. A MEETING of the COMMtTTKK of the above will-be held on MOXDW NIGHT, FEBRUARY 18. ill the AAV.l". HALL, at 7.30 O'CLOCK sharp. All Delegates requested lu atte!id. Business Important. S.J.DAVIS. Secretary. WATERSIDE WORKERS' FEDE RATION. PORT PIRIE BRANCH. A SPECIAL SUMMONS MEETING! of the above Association is called for' TO-MORROW (Sunday) at 2 p.m. BUSINESS: To Receive Report of Delegates ap- j pointed to Meet the Represen ' tatives of the Commonweal!.! Shipping Board, and Report uf * Conference Thursday, February i -5. All -Members are Specially Ktsipios-. ted to Attend. LOT J. O'MALLEY, , Secretary SI 1 tL THE BIG SALE &lt;i.i the BIG HOUSE is still the centre of attraction. The Big- Reductions made in many lines is attracting much attention. These Bargains are going- fast, so Call 'early and-get your share. ~ We-quote afew Specials for this week. LADIES" and MAIDS' JAP. CREPE KIMONAS Special, G/li each. A few only left, LADIES' TRIMMED ^ ...