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COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Following arc current prices iu Port Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb. 0 1 11 Butter (dairy), per lb. . . 0 12 ?resh Eggs,, per doz 0 0 9 Ham, per lb. 0 1 6 Bacon, per lb 0 1 3 Lard, per lb 0 13 Dripping, per lb. 0 0 10 Cheese, per lb 0 12 Onions, per lb 0 0 2 Potatoes, per qr 0 3 0 FODDER, ETC. £ s. d. ChaJX, per ton 315 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
The Russian Demobilisation IS IT A SHAM? TROTSKY DISTRUSTED IN BERLIN. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
The . Russian Demobilisation j x I IS IT A SHAM? " TROTSKY DISTRUSTED IN BER LIN. (Published in The Times). | , ' LONDON, Thursday. I The Times correspondent af_ Amster dam states that the sincerity of Trotsky is now strongly suspected in Berlin. It is feared that he- is rais an army behind tha lines. All the German newspapers, note that Trot sky cancelled the order for demobili sation three hours after it was is sued. The Mittag ZeiUmg declares that the demobilisation "is a sham in front, a breaking up oi soldiers and a reforming in the rear with a view to constituting- -wi army of a million men, whirh will iiroba'bly embarass Germanv during her peace negotiat ions with the. Allies.'' It is reported from Berlin that a declaration of the independence of Lithuania is believed to be imminent. Kuhlmann and Hertlinir Jonierred re gard m&lt;j the position during a con ference with the Kaiser at Army Headquarters.
MYSTERIOUS "X." BROKEN HILL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
MYSTERIOUS "X." BROKEN HILL CASES. Lust year, a mysterious disease somewhat like meningitis, but con sistently varying from that disease, broke out on the Barrier, some cases also occurring in Southern Queens land and various; districts of this State (reports. the Barrier Daily Truth on Thursdayj. Here, there were i(i cases and lb deaths. Dr. C'leland, of the Health Depart ment, came here to investigate the complaint, but he arrived after the scour&lt;re bad disappeared, and' so was handicapped. Nothing definite was discovered relating to the genisis ot the illness, which has been labelled with the algebraical X. Unfortunately, the disease has bro ken out again, some cases having oc curred elsewhere, while within, the last couple of days two, have devel oped locally. . Last night, the outbreak was dis cussed in Committee by the Hospital I Board, and it was decided that tie j public should be warned to notify a doctor directly. any person should | show suspicioussymptoms. The...
DEATH OF PILOT MURDO[?]K. PASSING OF ANOTHER PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
DE&TH OF PILOT IHURD0OK. _? =. - PASSING OF ANOTHER PIONEER. | Another of the pioneers who helped i to lay the foundations of Port Pirie passed away yesterday, in the person ;of Pilot Peter Murdock, who died rath er suddenly at- his residence on Three Chain road, Solomontown. Although 78 years of age, the pilot had been en _ joying-good health until a couple of days ago, when he "was seized, with an interna! trouble. Drs. Dawson and Aiken were summoned, but the patient gradually sank and passed away at about ,2 o'clock in the afternoon. vBorn at Dundee, Pilot Murdock was a fine type of Scotchman. He took an early liking- io the sea, and followed a marine occupation all his 'ife.^ At the age of 20 In: obtained -his Board of Trade-certificate as a master .mariner, and so-sn afterwards -he came to Aus tralia. For many years he traded be tween Port Melbourne and Mauritius and lo Now Zealand, and on various occasions h? came to Port Piire, his first landing !iere being in 1873. E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
H Back to -.School Hqain! The LITISS Ones are-Waiting "FOR FUEW Boots. it GET THEM AT - VWW57* is I B gh Stacks and AI Low Prices. Cheapest in Pine tor All Classes of Footwear. SEE Our Windows Here's something Special lor this week only. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for 13/8. Ti",I5 WEEK ONLY. E> , *¥*$$ - IS . 5F * i. FC S THE UVELV BOOTMflN, ALEXANDF.RR STREET. 'Phone 101. ?p W- N *W i 'V ? , V '% S B J 3lg Drapers? Emporium ;HVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE?? A Visit Will be Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISION. BARGAINS IX OUR HOSIERY DIVISION. I. \RG \I\S IN OUR EMBROIDERY AND LACE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR RIBBON AND GLOVE DIVISION. BARG-MNS IN OUR HABERDASHERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR STATIONERY DIVISION. ^"BAR-SAEKO ALL OVER THE BIS STORE. VDIEQ '-We would draw vour attention to an UP-LO-Date FITTING ROOM for Ladies' .and Children's BOOTS and SHOES. Every Convenience. PREST BROS. . - -THE-: "PGPULAR^H©YSEVR. ?' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
A TRIANGLE PROGRAM SUPREME. CASINO- -"'To-nishT'. CA8INO AUSTRALIA'S OWN ENID BENNETT in the THRILLING SPORTING SENSATION, Egpspaagsa^^^'wass. ^BmBSOBSgssBSBBs^i ---m--to»o-.#.......-.c-s©@e©©® &lt; There's a Whirl of Hoofs, a cloud of dust down the course, a r'onr as ih».y j ! take the first jump-then a vicious swerve and a shout a* one horse comes | j crashing down. --' j 5000 FEET OF TERRIFIC SENSATION. 5000 FEET. THE GREATEST RACING THRILL-SINCE THE WHIP. THE CINDERS, A ViUigrapli, i000ft Drama. THE GAZETTE, Pathc's Glorious Tapical. HIS UNCLE DUDLEY, A Convulsing' 2000ft. Keystone. THE GIRL AND THE RSNG, A - Laughable Triangle Comedy. To-Night Casino To-Night OE3"fcioss»l KT otice Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at BENSONS Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, G.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician E. T. Collins Pian...
CRICKET. MATCH THIS AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
CRICKET. MATCH THIS AFTERNOON. A cricket match \viL! bo played t!i^ afternoon on the. IV'iTe:i!ion Groin-' bi*tvvoi:!] teams rei'ir^'nUiia- Stewart's C.'ilTi'r- p.-daee and old Association play ers. Those wild will take part will be from the foil own:- : .\s.~i)('.i.'it;rin: If. Pbrtli.tt.-U. 'Pimh.tt. K. L. Mitchell, 11. Campbell. .T..J. O'Callasiian. - Dwyar. - Davies, K. E. Oarrdl.- - Gardiner. V. L, Stevens. - Brandfonl. W. O. Noal. J. Soolc1i»*r. K. W. Canst. A. Gray. Coffee Palace: Rotlnveii 'captain . Wisdom. Furler. Gould. McDonald. It" Vcrcd. Rarker. Impetl. Kemp, Kd waards. Tinrn>'U, Sexton.
"They're Off." MOTHER GREAT RACING SENSATION. CASINO—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918
MOTHER G:1EAT RACiPiG SEN SATION. CAPLXO-TO-A'I-GKT. Tn:iL Casino patrons ha\e a glorious j . vening's uiierurinmeal awaiting them I ihis evening is readily assured by a j ysanee at llic excellent programme j viiicli ill;; energetic management has .v.r'jp-ired for their enjoyment. Enid I iiennett, the famous Australian actress I who stars in Triangle ploys, will be I I -wen in the record-breaking sporting sensation. ..They're Off,", a story that is one. thrill from the moment of lite Jir^t flash on the screen to the very last climax-5000ft. of Triangle's very beyt. There's a whirl of hoofs, a elond of dust down the course, a roar as they take the first jump, and then a ! vicious swerve, and tile shout of the rMers as our horse comes crashing down. What a race! A iierce leather and stirrup lash, a dark horse, that has got the public guessing, not know ing the jockey is a girl riding to beat itci father's own horse, and to make ihings rig!!I for the man her father hates. It is a most ...