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THE PROMOTION OF MR. S. J. MITCHELL, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

THE PROMOTION OF MR. S. J. MITCHELL, S.M. : The Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan), ! speaking a'b a. meeting of the Town Council last ni^ht, said they had '° congratulate Mr. Commissioner Mit chell, our late Magistrate at I'ort Pine, on his elevation to his present high oflice as Commissioner of Insol vency. During his_stay in Port i'irie he had- made himself popular with somo of the people of the town. Of course, with some he -was most nil popular-those he had sent down ior a month. Whilst he was bet'e .?.ad done good work for the to^n in a fjuiet way ; he had tocenim t"? unfortunate position of being unable to take a leading part ia the vuViic affairs of the town. Councillor 'Oed-' ties said he was sure Councillor.-; wei'' very gratified to know that Mr. ~<1it chell had been elevated io his present high position, which, they all felt sure>, he would fill with credit to himself and. benefit/to the State. Be had much pleasure in moving, that a letter of congratulation he sent f...

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RUMANIA. "MAY NEGOTIATE FOR PEACE. (United Cable Service). AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

RUMANIA. "MAY NEGOTIATE FOR PEACE. (United Cable Service). AMSTERDAM, Sunday. The Handelsblad learns from Vien na that Rumania intends io negot iate -\vitih the Central Powers provid ed lier sovereignty iq not assailei and the solution of tlio dynastic question is left to Rumania.

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GERMANY'S DECISION. WAR AGAINST NORTHERN RUSSIA. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

GERMANY'S DECISION. WAR AGAINST NORTHERN RUSSIA. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Sunday. The Times correspondent, at Zurich says the Berliner Tagoblatt slates that a conference nl German headqarlers, under the presidency of the Kaiser, de cided to resume war' against Northern Russia. 1

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TROTSKY CLAEMS NOTICE. (Reuter's Services). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

TROTSKY CLAEMS NOTICE. .(goiAjas s.jajnaH) LONDON, Sunday. A wireless Russian oflicial message says that Trotsky has asked the Ger man Government for information con cerning messages from Generals Hoff mann and Samorit. in winch they sta ted that the war will be resumed at midday on Monday. Trotsky claims seven days' notice before a resumption of hostilities.

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THE Port [?]irr[?] Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1918. THE LATE MR A. H. JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

Published Daily. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1918. I THE LAT?E MR A. II. JOIIMfeON. I, The funoral of the late Mr A. H. jUohrisaon, wl«> was drownpd in the river on -Sunday morning, will take place. this i.'incrsioon. leaving the residence of the deceased's .failher, Mr George Johnson, Second straul. Pirie West, at 4.30 o'clock. At last night's meeting of the Town (J»nineiL Mr Johnson's untimely end was referred to with deep regret hy the M.iyor (Mr A. B. i'organ). It was doeicXed, on the motion of Coun cillor Godtlcs, that the Council forward a letter off comiolence (o the parents. Councillor- Taylor, in 1 seconding the motion, pndil a high tribute to the char acter of i,!?>.'. Jate Mr Johnson.. He said that tflfUioti:~h be was not a naMve of Port Pirie, he had gone to school here, and he wais a young man of the stamp which the if,own could ill afford to lose. He was ibju son of a good citizen. He had enter<5«J into all clean sport, and his life hpd always been clean and...

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A NEW ARMY FORMED. PROBABLE RESUMPTION OF HOSTILITIES. Published in The Times). AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

A NEW ARMY FORMED. PROBABLE RESUMPTION OF HOSTILITIES. .Published in The Times'). ' ^ AMSTERDAM, Sunday. The Frankfurter Zeitung- states that numerous trustworthy reports indicate thhl the Russian demobilisation was immediately revoked and a new army formed. It appears tiiat the Bolsheviks are successful at Kieff. and there arc strong indications that" the Central Powers are resolved to end further Bolshevik penetration. The Kreuz Zeitung- discusses tiie re sumption of operations against Russia as a fact whereof doubt is impossible.

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MAINTENANCE OF PRIVATE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

MAIN 'JKXANCE OF PRIVATE STREETS. An item of considerable interest to owners utf property abutting on private streets c»ame before a meeting of the Town Ccwncil .last night. A legal opin ion -was received from the council's solicitors (Mcsstrs Barwell and Hague) staling that providing the private streets are within the municipality ^icy may by order of the Council be-repair ed. levelled, and paved at the cost of the owners of properties abutting ihereon.

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TERRIBLE FIGHTI[?]C. PLOT "TO CAPTURE LENIN. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

TERRIBLE FIGHTlTIC. PLOT "TO CAPTURE LENIN'. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Sunday. Delayed telegrams frorii Petrograd disclose terrible fighting and many fluctuating battles in Finland and Ukraine. Russian guardships 6eized 3000 Finns who were returning to Fin land from Germany through Sweden, and handed them over to the Red Guards. An officers' plot to c'aoture Lenin and hold him as a hostage was discov ered in Petrograd. The plotters were armed with bombs. A Ukrainian oflicers* corps captured 'he Kicff station and massacred 1500 Rod Guards. All who wore workmen's blouses were shot. The Bolsheviks cl:ii!u that they captured the State 5:j; ".'* and M'o l^'frmphs at Kiei'f and put l!ic Tarl.ir.-; !<> HifrhI. in Crimea. The, Times correspondent at Amster dam says that all parties arc rebelling igainst 1lio Germans. The newspapers htivn published the Ukraine treaty \v:th black borders. A general strike has been declared for February IS.

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"SECONDARY MARRIAGES AND MAN POWER. THE NEW "MORALITY." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

"SECONDARY MARRIAGES AND MAN POWER. THE NEW "MORALITY.' During the war there have been fre quent, but for the most part unveri fied, reports of German schemes for increasing future man power by the promotion of bigamy or polygamy. We have now received some trustworthy evidence, in the shape of a pamphlet, irt its second edition, which has been i'-ubhjr-hod this year by the firm of Os - .\Iua-.;x-, of Cologne, states T2ie Times. It is called "The Secondary Mar riage as Only Means lor the Rapid Creation of a Kew and Powerful Army and the Purification of Morality." The author, whose name is Carl Hermann Torges, says that he is well over 70 years of age and that he has "travelled almost every sea, and worked through life with open eyes." So lie "appeals .for unprejudiced examination ol' his proposals, the adoption of which may be expected to lead logically to tlie de sired ?improvements." - The pamphlet is based upon the fu ture needs of the German army, be cause "the military strength ...

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The Police Station Cells BOARD OF HEALTH AND DR. LEITCH. THE DOCTOR'S REPLY. OBJECTION TO COUNCIL'S REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

BOARD OF HEALTH AND DR. LEITCH. TilE DOCTOR'S REPLY. OBJECTION TO COUNCIL'S REFLECTIONS. - r.i connection with the matter of the insanitary police station cells and the report concerning them which appear ed in The Recorder recently, the fol lowing letter from Dr. Leitch, the Town Health Officer, was read at a meeting of the local Board of Health last night: The Secretary, Local Board of Healthj Port Pirie. Dear Sir,--I beg to acknowledge receipt of a communcation from you dated 12th inst, in which you ask two questions (a) Was the report appearing in the paper your report, and in with your views on the iOiKKv't'.'.. i.>.) If why w;'_s the subject i not included iu your rc-;;ori, to u.o last Board meeting? In answer to which ?I have to in-.. ? form you that (a) The certificate appearing in the paper was a copy of a cei* tiilcate given by me, and- was na turally in accord with my views 011 the subject, inasmuch as it bore my signature. (b) The subject was not in cluded in my repor...

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RUSSIA. GERMANY MUST RESERVE FREE JEAND. (Reutur's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

wirth rrmR*i*i'jW9rw. RUSSIA. GERMANY 'MUST RESERVE FREE JIANK. (Reutur's Service). LOXDO.V, Sunday. llculer's correspondent at Amster dam- says, according to a Berlin official telegram,, tlu: Gorman imperial (lov mmK'nl stales ullieially !! i;»t life I'elro i:r.-i'I (lovcriiiiiertl, by it;-' ^eudurd. in !.n:i t!l«' . frcni i*i*!»ru:ii*.v I«.. - r. i..... i,','. with Germany 1:111::!. =.. , .... = . reserve a free hand i;:. c. ;. uV

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The Housing Problem ACTION BY THE COMPANY. A MAYORAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

ACTION BY THE COMPANY. A MAYORAL STATEMENT. Tile Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan) slated at a meeting of the Council last night that the housing problem had been gone into, and the Broken Hill Asso ciated Smellers Proprietary had advis ed him that it was dealing promptly with the question. The company in tended building a batch of houses, which would be permanent structures, as soon as it was possible to get the necessary labor, so that he would not recommend the council to go any fur ther into the question of temporary buildings. The Town Clerk and he had had a long interview with Mr Mussen, and afterwards they had decided that it would not be necessary for. the (.ouncil to-deal any fmfner w-th the housing problem, as the Associated Smelters had taken it up so seriously . and intended to deal with it immediate ly.

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THE HON. J. JELLY. LEADER OF LABOR MEMBERS. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

THE HON. J. JELLY. - -O .LEADER OF LABOR MEMBERS. ADELAIDE, Monday. a meeting of L'abor members to ni.fflit the Hon. J. Jelly was selected as leader. After the elections 'a Par liamentary leader "will have to be arranged.

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EXTENSIVE AEROPLANE WORK. BRITISH AND GERMAN RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

EXTENSIVE AEROPLANE WORK. BRITISH AND GERMAN RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Sunday. Field-Marshal Sir ..Doug-las Haig re ports: Au enemy raid occurred this morning at. a post westward of L.-t bassec. Three British soldiers are missing-. We repulsed raiders at Pelea grelle. There was hostile artillerying in the St. Quentin, Lens and Armentieres sec tors, also north-eastward of Ypres. Our aeroplanes yesterday bombed and machine-gunned billets, railway . stations and troops. Wc dropped over live and a half tons of bombs on differ ent targets. Fourteen hostile machines were brought down and seven driven down. Our anti-aircraft guns shot down two, one being a large bomber. .The four occupants were taken pris oners, also those of another machine which was driven down but of con trol near one of our aerodromes. Five of our machines are missing. We last night dropped 400 bombs on aerodromes in the neighborhood of Ghent, Tournai and Laon.. We also bombed from a low height- the Con llans ...

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TO HIS MOTHER. TUE "BABE" ISO MORE [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

TO HIS MOTHER. TUB "BABE" ISO MORI 'I his is a portion of a letter . to "' the mother of a gallant young of ficer who died fcfc o;:r country; ii.» France, written by one of his com rades who was blinded hi battle, in the Daily /Mail. It speaks for »t s-it. Kvc-ry word in it goes to the J heart ns it ccmcs from the heart, j Its ra're "beauty wjll place it among tho classfcs of war. j ^ Von kno.v how wo all lovcd the ile was the .youngest and livest tintio- I ever came across, and if on« ever happened to hold the. d'teadfttl old ideas about :l-;atb :}H» pas*i ns' of these wonderful boys : M0Uld be enough to «how bow <rlx>L- I ;.esque ihov wciv. * » K I . I can t feel .somehow in writing to j | the "Ba-hcV mother that I &m | . 'wr,^'nS5 to ii comparative- stranger. j ?so you must forgivc mo ;{ j soem | fo trespass on too sacred ground. [ ' piavo never yet lost any of thoso i .nearest io me and I know that one i 'l ean never conceive what a loss lik« '' ? 1 hi's Jn...

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

Annoyncement Extraordinary "Red- Pencil" is COMING. Watch ad Wait. Yon hew wki that leans! Bushels of Bargains, 3© 4s and Shoes for Every F o«t. PilLbT jrfKQw. The Big Drapery Emporium HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY. STORE? ? 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 LACK DIVISION. BARGAINS IN-OUR1 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. PR EST BROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. ' Dental Announcement (A CARD). My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES and APARTMENTS are now complete. They have been modelled upon Hie latest Con tinental designs, equipped with up-to-date Accessories, and afford every facility for high-grade Denial Treatment. A SPECIAL FEA...

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

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S.A.J.C. RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Run on Saturday. WELTER HANDICAP. One Mile. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

S.A.J.C. RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Run oil Saturday. WELTER- HANDICAP. One Mile. Aislabie. 11.3: Shaeko, 10.2: Azoic, 10.0: Perambulate. !).S; Meroo. 9.0; Xomion. 9.3: River Prince, 9.2: Roya! TTnion. 9.2: Likely. 9.0: Golden Rule, 9.0: Fiekl'Glass, S.I3; Winapie. 8.G; Killarney Rose, 8.-1; Opera BoulTe, 8.3: Aliss .Restful. 8.2r High'Tension, S.2; Tsurse Cavell. 8.1: Wilton Chief, 8.1; Believe. 8.0; Alcoholic, 8.0; Picaform, 8.0; Robert de Diable, S.O. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. I Two miles and 36 yards. | Cordelier, 11.8; Common King, 10.10; Brewster, 10.6; Netherton, 10.0; Mooenbar, 9.13; Bruri, 9.13; Bonny Flag", 9.10; Baron Douro, 9.5; Short Haven, 9.4'; Wallowa, 9.4; De Waldcn, 9.0; Ferrignitte, 9.0; Proven, 9.0; Crensot, 9.0; Widgil, 9.0; Ord nance, 9.0; Mumluekhardt, 9.0. SOMERTON HANDICAP. " Ono and a quarter miles. Epistle, 9.G; Boontree, 9.0; Pistolier, 8.12; Aislabie, 8.9; Wire Wheels, 8.9; Kongororig, 8.5; Lord Lpnhuk, 8.3; .BaQftonie; 8.3; Beauty Spot,, 8.2; Plenty. 7.13; Azoic, ...

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ENEMY POSITION BOMBED. A FIRE STARTED. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Sanday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

ENEMY POSITION BOMBED. A FIRE STARTED. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Sand The Admiralty states that our air craft dropped many bombs on the Zaydwege (lump mi Saturday. A lire was started in the, renin; of our ob jectives. All our machines returned.

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SPORTING. MONTH'S RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 19 February 1918

SPORTING. . .. - ---o: ? ?? - ? MONTH'S KAUiAU FIXTURES. IS-Tuiiiby Bay Jockey Club. 20-Peuoia Racing Club. 20-OiTorao JocKcy Club. z i--Port Lincoln Racing Club, sjy-^'jutii Australian Jockey Club. 27-Jamestown Racing Club. 27-Millicent Racing Club. (By "Cliuringa.") In consequence of Poilriria's suc in the Oaklcigli Plate on Saturday, an. additional 71b. lias been earned for the .Newmarket Handicap, which will bring' the Sydney sprinter's weight up to j 9st., or-Sib. more than wind, she car ried at Caulfield. Poitrina is still left with a chance at Flemington, although the rocords are all against a horse ac complishing the double. It is generally recognised that the Fleniinglon six is a far more. ,-difficult'proposition than the Caulfield course, and the straight run linds the best of them out. All things considered, the Victorian bookmakers were fairly liberal over Desert Gold in the St. George's Stakes on Saturday. The New; Zealand mare came and she conquered, and if they have a...

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