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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Dally. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 18, SWIM THROUGH ADELAIDE. WON BY S. ROBERTS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

Published Dally. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 18, SWIM THROUGH ADELAIDE. WON BY S. ROBERTS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. Grc;il imprest was taken in the an nual swim through Adelaide yesterday. There were now fewer than 128 en tries. Spencer Major, of Wallaroo, i.started off scratch. The course was | from the Weir to a point at the rear : of the Jubilee, Exhibition. I The race was won by S. Roberts, of the Giiberton Club, in 32 minutes 45 seconds, with a 4 minute handicap. The second place was secured by W. Lille, of Henley Beach, whose time was 34 minutes 22 seconds, and who had. a handicap of five minutes. The third was J. 0. Robbin, of North Adelaide, iwith a lime of 34 minutes 22 seconds, jand a handicap of six minutes. Major j finished fourth in 28 minutes 42 sec onds.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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GERMAN PRESS CAMPAIGN. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

GERMAN PRESS CAMPAIGN. (Published in Tlis Times). LONDON, Saturday. The Times correspondent at Amster dam says that flic ust.ro-Germans arc preparing to despatch troops to Uk raine for the double purpose of sur rounding Rumania and the destruction of Bolshevism. The German newspapers are pre paring- to publish for military purposes i a campaign against Bolshevism. The Xorth German Gazette vehemently de nounces the. Bolshevik outrages In Fin land, Esthonia and Livonia. It says that the Finnish representatives in Ber lin besought German intervention. The paper further points out lliat the Bol sheviks arc organising a Red Army. The Berliner Tageblatt states that Austria is eager to militarily assist 1 Ukraine.

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A Co operative Commonwealth. ARTICLE II. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

wealth. -o (By W. F. ROGERS.) ARTICLE II. , How is the Co-operative Common wealth to bo brought, about? What is the system-the constructive iplan? And how are the undoubted dangers of bureaucracy to bo avoided? Bu reaucracy is indeed a real danger; but with our war experience to guide us, bureaucratic methods of the past, the red-tape and barnacle, systems, the cir eumlocation offices, will be brushed aside by the men whose directive ef fort and ability will be employed in unison with industrial and other work er's and their leaders and organisers. Sir William Irvine, before the war, al leged the dangers of bureau ore- ... a.- the greatest stumbling block and objection to the realisation in a practical manner of the theories and aspirations of La bor. If affairs under a Co-operative Commonwealth were administered by permanent Public Servants of the type of tiie majority of those at present in the service, the new state would soon be n hopeless muddle and confusion, would become wors...

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Australian Casualties THE LATEST SUMMARY. TOTAL OF 229,740. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

THE LATEST SUMMARY. TOTAL OF 229,740. MELBOURNE, Sunday. The latest summary of Australian ?casualties at the front is as foilpws: Dead 42 817 Missing' .. .. 1,014 Prisoners of war .. .. 3,002 1 Wounded .. : 115,197 | Sick . . .. G7,498 j Casualty unknown . . .. 212 i Total ...... .. 229,740

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THE BOLSHEVIKS. GERMANY PREPARING TO MOVE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

THE BOLSHEVIKS. GERMANY PREPARING TO .MOVE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. There are indications (hat Germany is preparing to move against lite Bol sheviks. AH the German Commissions have left Petrograd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

W. F. WELLS a GO., Gloihiajg and Boot Pai&ce, THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Me»'» Suits lor Quality, Variety,. Cut and Finioh, afc Tailor-Made, cannot be baatwa i» the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Vrhne. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hata, Shirts, Ties, &e. ; Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Linea. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the preoent time much be low tie market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. alexandeb-STBEET, POST PIBIE. . All SUFFERING FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARE SENT BY THE MILITARY FORCES TO Holland & Pinchbeck S.A.O-A.. G.SiO.l. "J. RUNDLE STREET, -ADELAIDE: THE UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS. Mr. HOLLAND Consults personally every day from 9 till 9 p.m. at J. J. .NETTING, Chemist Alexander Street. ADVICE FREE ». C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHsTaND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., . PORT PJRIE. SUMMER Clean-up SALE ...

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GERMAN FORCES IN RUMANIA. PARIS, Satuay. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

.GERMAN FORCES tN RXt^IAXIA.i ' ] PAltIS, Satuay. J Le Matin's military expert, states ?that thirty two divisions of German infantry and several divisions of cav alry remain on the; Rumanian front.

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WHEAT CERTIFICATES. METHOD OF TRANSFER. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

WHEAT CERTIFICATES. METHOD OF TRANSFER. . ADELAIDE. Sundav. Dealing with wheal certificates, Sir Richard Butler state; 011 Saturday that all arrangements have been completed for the issue of bearer certificates for surplus in exchange for the usual cer tificates for suplemenlary advances to farmers desiring to transfer the in terest of a. supplementary advance to other persons, or wishing to consoli date a number of certificates into one. Application forms have been distribu ted among- the various bank branches, and also with the Secretary of the Stock Exchange, from whom farmers desirious of transferring certificates may obtain them. The method of trans ferring which has been adopted has been made as simple as possible. L So that no confusion may exist among farmers regarding what the po sition is in transferring, fthe application forms simply need the numbers of the certificates to be transferred and the name of the transferee inserted, and . to be signed by the farmer in the pre ...

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CZERNIN OPTIMISTIC. MUST HOLD OUT A LITTLE LOGGER. FOR HONORABLE PEACE. (Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

CZERNIN OPTIMISTIC. MUST HOLD OUT A LITTLE LOGGER. FOR HONORABLE PEACE. (Reuter's Service). - AMSTERDAM, Saturday. Replying to a "welcome by the Burgomaster of .Vienna on bis return from Brest Litovsk, Count Czernin, the Austrian 'Premier, stated that ho had received a positive assurance that all Austrian prisoners of war in Russia would' ba released. He said the civil war Ijetween Rus sia and the Ukraine wag bound to create many difficulties, but he was convinced that an honorable general peace would be obtained if they hold1 out a: little lonber.

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THE POLITICAL MUDDLE. FINALITY EXPECTED THIS WEEK. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

THE POLITICAL MUDDLE. ! FINALITY EXPECTED THIS WEEK. ' i ADELAIDE, Sunday. j Political affairs will be finalised this week. It is expected that Mr Styles .will be officially abandoned and an ; agreement reached between the Libe rals and the Nationalists regarding- the Central seat for the Legislative Coun cil.

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Russia and Central Powers ULTIMATUM, TO TROTSKY. PEACE OR WAR? (Published in The Times), ZURICH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

Russia and Central Powers ULTIMATUM, TO TROTSKY. PEACE OR WAR ? (Published in The Times), ZURICH, Saturday. Austria and Germany, are simu-fm eously as-tiog ITrotsky« whether he wants peace! or wa*r. If the reply is not clear General Eichora's . troops will inarch to lieval and. I'etrograd.

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SWIMMING. E. LEWIS WINS OPEN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

SWIMMING. E. LEWIS WINS OPEN HANDICAP. The final for the 100 Yards Open Handicap promoted by the Port Pirio Club -was held at tho Pock vest or- ; day morning. The race resulted ! R. Lewis (3 accs.) A \\\ Rodda (3 sec.) 2 R. Mutton (acr.) 3 There -was a very large crowd pres ent to witness the contest, and a good deal of enthusiasm was evinced. The competition was keen, there be ing nine fetartera. Lewis -won by about a yard, and only a vouch sap- . teratBd Second, and third. The time . was i min. 3 accs. Mr. J. P. Sella re ' acted as starter,' Mr. W. Yeatman as | timekeeper, and Messrs. A. McLeod and C. Hockley ns referees. | It had been intended to repeat the : life-saving exhibition, but out of |deference to the .wishes of the Sun | day school people, this was aban idon&d.

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MELBOURNE RACING. POITRINA WINS OAKLEIGH PLATE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

5$£LB^URNE RACING. POITRINA WINS OAK LEIGH PLATE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. iha Autumn meetings were common ced yesterday, with, a mee dug at Caulfiald- Results WARREIN HURDLES. 2 miles, &4 Yards. Blue Victor, 9.4. (Hawkins) . 1 Mountain God, 10.9, (McLean) H Single Barrel, 9.5. (Connelly) 3 Won; fofy two lengths. Betting, 4 to 1 against the- winner. FEDERAL STAKES. First Division. Five Furlongs. Palm Leaf, 9.8. (Bracken) 1 Moulinet, 6.12, (Howard) 2 King of the Sea, S.7. (Herbert) 3 Won by a length.. Betting, 9 to 4 against the winner. Second Division. Tragic Star, 9.4. (Murphy) 1 Girralong (7.9. (Bullock) 2 Euiebius, S.10, (Harrison) 3 Won by a length. Betting, 2 to I against the winner. BOND CUP. One mile and a half Defence, 7.12, (Harrison) 1 Telecles, 7.5. (Delhpsey) 2 Two jBlues, 8.0, (Bracken>> 3 Won toy three quarters of a, length. Betting, 10 to 1 against the winner. OAKLEIGH PLATE. Five and a half Furlongs. Poitrina, S.ll, (McLachlan) ... I Delinacre, 8.1, (Browne) ...

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PETERBOROUGH RACES. LAROON WINS HANDICAP. PETERBOROUGH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

PETERBOROUGH RACE8. LAROON WINS HANDICAP. PETERBOROUGH, Sunday. Races were held yesterday, with the following results: HURDLE RAGE. Two. miles. SGRUTINIZER, 9.8 .. . . ^ . 1 General Joffre, 9.7 2 Neutral, 9.6 . 3 Dividend. £1/14/. NOVICE PLATE. W.-F.A. Six furlongs. BILL WATSON i Canizy 2 Warkabinda 3 Dividend, £2/4/. PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. LAROON, 8.3 1 Wee Spec, 8.2 . 2 Cheer Up, 7.4 .......... 3 . Dividends, £2/11/ and 2/G." TRIAL STAKES. - . On® mile. SCUTARIA, 8.0 .... ...... i Little Pistol, 8.8 .. .. .... 2 Snowtown, 8.3 .. .. .. .. .. 3 Little Pistol won, but was discrual ficd for interference. FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. DISTURB, 7.12 ... .. .. .... 1 Wairakei, 8.1 2 ? Gwtosa. 8.5 .. .. .. .. 3 Dividend, £3/14/. JUMPERS' FLAT. Nine furlongs MUTTAWARRAH, 1.0-4 .... 1 Grace Watson, 10.4 .... .. 2 Pompongoorah, 9.2 .. 3 Dividend, £1/11/. JUNCTION HANDICAP. Five furlongs BONINITE. 7.8 ........ ... 1 Qusenbrook, 8.5 2 "V'-m'ck. 7.13 . . 3 O-v-fipr-As. £2/5/ and...

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Navvy's Terrible Death TRGEDY NEAR CRYSTAL BROOK. CUT UP BY A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

TftA«E&V N£&R.'oRY8TJU. BKOOK. CUT OT BY A TRAIN. A railway navvy named W. T. Kins man met 'with a~ terrible death near Crystal Brook some time between Fri day night and Saturday morning. H« was run over by a train and dragged; a distance of about 80 yards, his body being- fearfully mutilated. At about.8 o'clock on Saturday mora in# Mr Clayton, ;& line inspector of the j railways stationed at Crystal Brook, I came upon the body about, a mile this , side of Crystal Brook, and reported the}: I matter to M\C. Griffon, the cone tabled at Crystal Brook, who went out sad secyred the corpse.... J . i " When: the tiody was discovered;' h& ' two arms and the top of.the skull weife torn off. one leg was severed, and the other was practically off. There were, pieces of l!esh scattered about, and; bloodstains and portions of the body; could be traced for a distance of about; 80 yards where, the unfortunate maa had been dragged.' The deceased was last, seen on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

l£ Back to School 2%«j&in !' The I -itie Owes are Waiting for New Boots. GET THEM AT - « raiTE'S High Stacks and at Low Prices. - Cheapest is Pirie for All Cfeses of Footwear. See Our Windows 0 Here's something Spccial for this week only. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for 18/9 'J']',IS 'VF.EK ONLY. 5 T a I T E, THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDKRR STREET. . 'Phone 101. OrOT D'DAC i The Big Drapery Emporium f HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STOglE?? A Visit Will be Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HOSIERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR EMBROIDERY AND LACE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR RIBBON AND GLOVE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HABERDASHERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR STATIONERY DIVISION. < BARGAINS ALL OVER THE BIG STORE. LADIES!-We would draw your attention to an Up-to-Date FITTING''ROOM' for Ladies' and Children's BOOTS and SHOES. Every Convenience. P R E*ST"""BR O S. THE POPULAR HOUSE. Denial Announcemen...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

DEATH. FABIAN.-On February 11, 1918, at Streaky Hay Hospital, Faniiy, beloved wife of G. Fabian and dearly loved sis ter of Mrs T. Baird,' Mrs A. Baker and Miss K. Sniyllie, Port Pirie. IN MEMORIAM. WILSfHiX.-in levins' memory of my dear wife and mother, Lilla Grace, . who died at Port Pirie on February 17, 1010. Good was her heart, in friendship sound, Patient in pain, beloved all round; Always so loving-, generous and kind, ; None in this world her equal to find. | -Inserted by her loving' husband, J. ; Wilsdon. and son, Ronald. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

t» AiVVitiTPWTiiTirririr^r nrrfvi flP^jryijwvfi^irirA rn~Wi i > wv^iTirffiri r« iiYiftr i-vy* -°^- *.*-Wi; A MAGMPIG'EI^T PICTURE PROGRAM. CASINO -'To-night - CASINO ' JUNE ELVIDGE and AftTHUft ASHLEY ia THS SPLENDID WORLD FILM STAR ATTRACTION, The Guardian A Particularly Pleasing- and Powerful Star-Drama. 3000 FEET OF GLORIOUS ACTING. .'SOOO FEET. SERIES NO. ii, THE SHORT CIRCUIT. MOST SENSATIONAL 2500 FEET ROMANCE. OVER THE FENCE, THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. THE U.S.A. WAR TOPICAL, A Laughable Comedy. The Famous American Pictorial. To-Night : : Casino : : To-Night O^stiios.! Motice Quality, Satisfaction; A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one \vaQts, esjiccKilfy when auffcriag fvpm L'y'; troubles. You get them all at BEN SON '3 Pharmacy, ELLEN STRBET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S.. Pharmaceutical Cfeeroist, and Optician. PIANOS PIANOS By the beat Manufacturers l'nun Kngland .no# As#e£i«». CASH OR EASY EXTENDED TERMS. Music -Music- Music CALL...

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A River Tragedy MR. ARTHUR HENRY JOHNSON DROWNED. A FATAL SWIM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

A River Tragedy MR. ARTHUR HENRY JOHNSON DROWNED. A FATAL SWIM. A sad tragedy of the river occurred yosl<-rda.y morning, the victim of which was .Mr Arthur llenrv Johnson, a sing le man, aged 27 years, who resided with his father, Mr George Johnson, in Second street. Port Pirie West. Mr .Johnson went for a bathe, after having been for a row, a little later ho was missed, and two hours' dragging- ope rations revealed his dead body. -Mr Johnson, who was employed at the Smellers as an electrician's labor er, was a member of the Port Pirie Rowing- Club. He left home at about. 0 o'clock ycsttjrday morning with the intention of going for a row, and he (hen appeared [o lie in his usual health and spirits. At about 10..'SO o'clock lite, deceased and Messrs K. W. Graham ia litter, of Warren street. Pirie South), AY. Sweet land (hairdresser, of Kllen street), and F. H. Head manager of Messrs Bridg Irmd and Alterton) went down the river for a row. They returned to the boatsheds abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

(Such of the cable news in this fosue as is so headed appeared fn The 'London Times, and is cabled to Aus tralia by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions given are not those of The Times unless, expressly stated to be so). THIS MEANS YOU. There is one medicine that every family should be provided with at all times-Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy. It is most certain to be needed sooner or later, and then it will be needed quickly. For sale every where. THE BIG SALE OF Ihs BIG HOUSE is still the centre of attract* aa. The Big- Reductions made in many lines is attracting much attention.. Tfaeae Bargain ore jfoia® fast, so Call early and get your share. . We quote a few Specials fer this weefc. get your share. LADIES' and MAIDS' JAP. CREPE KIMONAS Special, C/ii each. A few only left, LADIES' TRIMMED IIATS, being- sacrificed at 4/li each. LADIES and GIRLS' PANAMA HATS, worth up to 15/9 each, our Special Sale Price 4/11 eaoh SAMPLE TOWELS to Clear at Samp...

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