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EAST AFRICA. ENEMY DRIVEN OUT OF LUZENDA. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

EiftST AFRICA. ENEMY DRIVEN OUT OF LUZ ENDA. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. j An East - African official message | states : We occupied Mount Arika. in the iLujTMida Valley, on the 2nd in stant. . The enemy has now been driven out of the westward of Lwg end-af

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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GENERAL KALEDIN. COSSACK LEADER REPORTED DEAD. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

GENERAL KALEDIN. COSSACK LEADER REPORTED If DEAD. (Renter's Service). SgV WASHINGTON, Saturday. The 'American Consul at Tiflis trans mils an unconfirmed r?port that Gens erol Kaledin, the leader of the Don " Cossacks, is dead.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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"The Guardian." JUNE ELVIDGE FEATURED IN SOCIETY DRAMA. CASINO STAR TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

JUNE ELVIDGE FEATURED IN SOCIETY DRAMA. CASINO STAR TO-NIGHT. A capital program is to bo presented at [ho popular Casino to-night and to morrow night, when June Elvidge and Arthur Ashley, the famous American picture idols, will be seen in Uie great iirjuly-World lilm sensation, "The Guardians" a 5000 ft. star triumph, which depicts the story of a desperate piol against a beautiful young heire«6, .Hid the manner in whieh she is saved l>y theman she deapised is told In live mammoth acts of convincing and spletodidly-entertainlng drama-a real treat for every movie fan. "The Fatal-Ring-," the eseiting Patho serial, enters on its 11th chapter co titled "The Short Circuit," a most ex citing 2500ft. adventure featuring the '.harming Pearl White; while the fol lowing splendid pictures also find their position in the excellent program: "The U.S.A. War Topical," a superb addi tion of this great pictorial which can not fail to .arouse tho spectators to a high pitch of enthusiasm; "Over the ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Mysterious "X." ALARM AT THE BARRIER. THREE DEATHS IN THREE DAYS. BROKEN HILL, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

Mysterious "X." ALARM AT THE BARRIER. THREE DEATHS IX THREE DAYS. imOKEX HILL.. Sunday. Much alarm is being- felt at Broken Ilill owinjr to deaths from an unknown ; disease. On Friday iuornin.tr William Molloy. aged r,.*i, (lit.',! I'vum-a mysteri ous illness. He was admitted to the hospital on .Thursday. Other eases there are being treated. Within thrc<> three days three elderly men have died from what is described as "X" disease, which causes mental disorder. There was a similar outbreak at the Barrier jlast. year, and it was then regarded as «x slight form of meningitis.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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HAIG REPORTS SHARP FIGHTING. RESULT OF RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sataurday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

HA!G REPORTS SHARP FIGHTING. RESULT OF RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). " LONDON, Sataurday. Field-Marshal Sir Douglas llafg re ports: Raids at Lava<iuerie and Cherisy ed to sharp lighting. We inflicted a number of casualties. A few British are missing. The- hostile artillery was most active n Cambrai and Passchendaele. Our aeroplanes last night bombed ihe Menin railway station and sidings: also aerodromes and billets. A German machine landed intact, behind our lines, and the occupants were prisonered. All our machines returned.

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ENEMY BOMB RETESON AND NANCY. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

ENEMY BOMB RETESON AND NANCY. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. A French communique states: W'e repulsed attempted raids in the Cham pagne region and in Upper Alsace. We raided Vanquedis, \v«st of Ver- , dun, and took several prisoners. s Two enemy aeroplanes bombed Reteson and Nancy, killing and wound-4 ing a number of civilians.

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ITALY ANGRY. AT AMERICA'S OVERTURES TO AUSTRIA. MILAN, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

ITALY ANGRY. AT AMERICA'S OVERTURES TO AUSTRIA. MILAN, Saturday -President; Wilson's latest message to Congresta lia"3 been hostilely re ceived in Italy for its asserted len iency to Austria and the distinction that is draivn between CzeJmin's and Hertling'a speeches.

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PALESTINE. FURTHER BRITISH ADVANCE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

PALESTINE. .FURTHER BRITISH ADVANCE. (RcuterV Service). LONDON, Saturday. f:-? A Palestine ollicial advice reports : Our line has been advanced for a depth of two miles on a front of 'six miles astride of the village of Ift Mtikhmue, north-north-east of Jems psS; elem. We met with little opposit §t ion.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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RAID BY LAKCASHIIRES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

HMD BY LAKCASHIIiES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sit turd Field Marshal Haig, in u later re pert, states : The Lsmcusmres nutria a. raid in the neighborhood of the ?Ypres-Staden railway. Our ca-:u-il ities were slight. Hostile artillery '.s active in the region northward oi Lens n.rwi opposite I.anassee aivl Wy tschaete.

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The War. The Western Front ENEMY PARTY SURPRISED. CONVOY AND TROOPS BOMBED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

'ENERIV PARTY SURPRISED. CONVOY AND .TROOPS BOMBED. - . (Hauler's Service). LONDON, Saturday. Field Marshal Haig; reports : Our patrol on ?'Friday morning surprised a German working party eastward tof Lens. There has been hostile artill ery firing between Gouzeacourt and the Scarpe Eiver. Despite unfavorable conditions yes terday our aeroplanes machine gun a ed a convoy and troops «t a low altitude. One of. our machines is missing. . . j

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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AUDACIOUS ATTACK ON DOVER. SUBMARINE DISCHARGES 30 ROUNDS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

AUDACfOUS ATTACK ON DOVER. SUBMARINE DISCHARGES 30 ROUNDS. LONDON, Saturday. The Press Bureau reports .that ail enemy submarine bombarded Dovei' at 12.10 on Sunday morning and dis charged 30 rounds in6three minutes. One child was killed and several 'in jured. Slight damage was done to some houses.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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GERMAN RUSH REPELLED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

GERMAN 1115SH REPELLED. LONDON, Saturday. J A later French communique re ports : .There were fairly violent ar .tillery actions in somo sectors on the right of the Meu.se, in the XVaevre, and in Upper Alsace. Two oiiamy 'detachments 'which were attempting to rush our lines Q11 the Chaume Wood front were repulsed.

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A GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Saturday. A German official message .states: Our torpedo boats on the night of February 14 made a surprise attack on a strong- force guarding- the Channel between Calais and Dover and Cape Orisnez and Folkestone. A big ^Hard ship, numerous armed, fishing vessels and several motor boats wore forced to give battle. A: large number of these were destroyed. Our warships return ed without loss or damage.

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FRENCH REPORTS. HEAVY ARTILLERVING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

FRENCH k F.PORTS. H KAV V AKTILL FAi VI \ (:. (Reuter's Service}. LONDON, Saturday. A French report says : The artillery struggle continued to bet most vio lent. It was liveliest in the Cham pagne region. Our air squadrons on ?Tuesday nignt' dropped 4,500 Icilo granims of bombs on railway stat ions, Causing iires and explosions.

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England on Rations MAKING THE MEAT GOR ROUND. SCHEME STARTS IN MARCH. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

R/IAKtPJG THE iVTEflT GO ROUND. SCHEME STARTS i.V MARCH. (Router's Service). LONDON", Saturday. The -Press Bureau states that the moat rationing scheme mentioned on February (3 and U will apply to the wholeof Britain from March l2'2. Tiie. schenut provides that 1/8 'worth1 shall he the weekly ratiou of butch er's meat. Holders of meat cards will also l>e allowed to .purchase an amount of other (meat, including- qa con, poultry, rabbits, and , preserved ? meats, equivalent to five ounces of uncooked butcher's meat. The meat cards will bear four cou- j pons, each -entitling: the holder to j purchase tiwpence worth oi uncooked meat, poultry. ?ame or horseflesh.

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A BLACK NIGHT. (Pubished in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

BLACK NIGHT. (Pubished in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. The bombardment of Dover took place in the middle of a black night. The Hashes of the. injn.s lit up the town. Several houses and chimneys were smashed. A girl, aged 13, was klled, and her sister, aged 2 and brothers, aged 0 and 16 respectively, were in jured.

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AN OFFICIAL EXPLANATION. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

AN OFFICIAL EXPLANATION. (Reuter's Service'). LONDON, Saturday. Tito Press Bureau says: An extension of the functions of the permanent military representative which was decided on at the last meet ing of the War Council at Verseilles necessitated the limitation of a special power hitherto exercised by the Chief of the Imperial General Staff. The Government, therefore, thought It right to offer- General Robertson the choice of becoming the British military representative on the War Council at at Verseilles or contirlung to act as Chief of the General Staff under the new conditions. Sir William Robert soil, for reasons which the Prime Min ister will explain in the House of Com mons early next week, was unable to accept either position, and the Govern ment regretfully accepted his resigna tion. Sir Henry Wilson has accepted the position of Chief of the General Staff. The appointment of the British representative at Verseilles will be an nounced shortly.

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Chief of Staff SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON RESIGN GENERAL WILSON APPOINTED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

Chief of Staff 8IR WiLLfAM ROBERTSON RSSSQW8 GENEIt.U, WILSON APPOINTED. (Reuter's Service). L,ONDON, Saturday. Sir William .Robertson lias resigned and General Wilson has been appoint ed to succeed him as Chief of the Im peria! Genera! Staff.

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

LATEST AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES. ADELAIDE, Sunday. In the latest casualty list appear the following names:-   ILL. Private S. Wallis, Solomontown. Private F. H. Bennett, Port Pirie. West (second occasion). Private C. B. L. Lock, Peterborough (seriously). Private H. R. Olson, Port Pirie.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

Mrs Xewed (sobbing): Oh, me, Al phonse has left me! Ha: There!--the scoundrel! But you lcnow I always said he was jrood for nothing and quite heartless. Where has he prone? Mrs iNevved: I d-d-don-t know. ina. He's dead! ST GOING STFOKC .NTMNMNInJMMS) THE BIG SALE OP DRAPERY *t the BIG HOUSE !». f-lili I!(.'.conire r' 'fraction. The Big Rcduc!.' .-!-- c. ntrm;- lin^i "Is. :. early and get your share. Wc- tjuohr ;> {?. \v:' ?*i "-.II. LADIES' and MAIDS' JAP. GRKi'i: KIMQNAS Special, 6/ii each. A few only left, LADIES' TRIMMED IIATS, being- sacrificed at 4/li each. LADIES and GIRLS' PANAMA HATS, worth up lo 15/9 each, our Special Sale Price 4/11 eaeU VMM. p TOWELS !« Prices. . : : < .. ::V Kfur !'ti V\(«cl\ iO'i' ?TO!\Ai i":. ' .?jrr |*n<- . :> i i A 1 '. i . r : . A Lot of SAMPLE HOSE and SOCK.: be cleaned, it pair. CHJLnnEN'S KIMONA PRINT STILL A FEW REMNANTS LEVT A i HU.'-iIKS. jusl-1li«> thins for the hot S&ASHING PRICKS \vealln.'i\ a bar-win:...

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