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Austria and Germany THE FRICTION INCREASED (Published in The Times). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

Austria and Germany 0 THE FRICTION INCREASED " (Published in The Times). LONDON, JHon^n The Times correspondent ,at Am sterdam says that Germany's prepar ations for w,ar against ^Northern. Rus sia have increased the friction be tween Austria antl Germany.- Vienna newspapers state that Austria will not participate in the operations ex cept for the protection of Ukraine. The Foreign Office's organ, De Zeit, in a remarkable article, says that Austria regards her war as practic ally finished. Russia 11(j> longer bord ers upon Austria-Hungary, therefore Count Czernin can continue to act as negotiator with the Entente. The paper (adds : '"Millions of thinking people look yearmingly towards Czer nin and PresidentWilson. We desire positive negotiations, and we will not 'allow Germany to interrupt tfreni."

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Sir William Robertson ACCEPTS EASTERN HOME COMMAND. RESIGNED OR DISMISSED? (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

ACCEPTS EASTERN HOME COM IV! AND. RESIGNi:D or DISMISSED ? .(Reuter's Service). LONDON", Monday In the House of Commons to-day Mr. Bonas Law announced that Sir William Robertson, late Ch et of Staff, had- accepted the Eastern (Horn?. Command. Rep-lying to Mi". As /juith, Mr. tf'otiar Law stated that Mr Lloyd (leorire -was suffering from a severe chill, but the Prime Minister hoped to be able to make a statc ! ment in the House to-morrow. | Mr. Billing : Did Sir William Rob ertson, resign or was he dismissed ? Mr. Bonai'i Law. : Ivwon't anticipate! the discussion. i Mr. P.onar Law ;lnnouncf?:l that ^he jroldiiicr hi an Jn<perial War Cabinet in would al'ord an .opportunity t.o hold- an Imperial Conference-.

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THE FOURTH UNSUCCESSFUL. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

THE FOURTH UNSUCCESSFUL. (Renter's Service).' VANCOUVER. Tiip.sriiiv. A London message states that a fourth aeroplane raid was unsuccess ful.

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The Hat Trick ANOTHER RAID ON LONDON. THIRD NIGHT IN SUCCESSION. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

ANOTHER RASD ON LONDON. Till HI) NIGHT IX .SUCCESSION. (Reuters Service). VtVNCOUYEU, Mondayr A message j'ust received states that enemy jiirplanes raided Loudon for tin." third night in succession.

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The White Plague. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

The Whit© Plague. Of the long list pf diseases that the human race is tfdr to, perhaps con- ( sumption is the most dreaded of all, j and yet it is claimed, by many doctors, ? that constipation has .been responsible . for many cases of consumption. They: claim that constipation, which means that the bowels are not functioning, properly, thus leading to the dossing of the system with waste matter, which in turn poisons the system, lowers the resisting powers of the body to such an extent as to make possible the de velopment of consumption If this be so, and it appears to be the general accepted fact, it is important that everv precaution be taken to guard against a constipated condition A safe and sane treatment for constipation is to use NUJOL, the internal lubricant, which is recommended by doctors the world over. 'NUJOL is manufactured by the! Standard Oil Company New Jersey),' U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a medicine.; or a drug, and is not absorbed by the system. It does not grip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

CASINO - To-night - CASINO THE MILLION DOLLAR COMEDIAN. IN " The Adventurer." lie's Dangerous-If our Warders nearly died laughing at him-and if lie's loag at liberty the world will giggle "' ' itself silly. IT'S THE FUNNIEST OP ALL CHAPLIN'S COMEDIES. A GREAT AND MIGHTY PLAT IN 5 STIRRING WARLIKE ACTS OP THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, Featuring FREDERICK WARDE and JEANNE EAGLES, Entitled Under False C@f@rsB - ' TEEMING - WITH - STIRRING - SENSATIONS TANKS AT ROUBLES. G.4UM0NT GRAPHIC, AND A TIP-TOP PROGRAM. A Fine Comedy Full of Laughs. Coine Early and Take All the Family Poi' the Laugh Boom To-Night : : Casino : : To-Night OEyfeloa,! Notice Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at BENSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. , We give Glasses .only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician. PIANOS By the best Manufacturers from England and America. IT." CASH OR ...

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THE FRENCH ATTACKED. ENEMY EVERYWHERE REPULSED LONDON, 31 Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

THE FRENCH ATTACKED. ENEMY' EVERYWHERE REPULSED LONDON. 31 outlay. A French communique stales : In the Champagne region the Germans newly attacked in the afternoon our positions south-west of Butte ilu JIcs I'.il. Our lire prevented the attackers reaching our line. This morning an attack in the samo region was made '"jy three German battalions. The enemy was everywhere repulsed, suff ering heavy losses. Aviation activity continues. We .dropped 13 tons 01 explosives in the Itfetz region, causing s&veral fires and' explosions.

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LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

LOCAL BO,«iRD OF HEALTH. The Inspector submitted Ihc-follow ing special report: I have the honor to report upon Allotment No. *i, Greenwood road, Walterton: owner, Mr Saw tell, No. 26 Gawler Chambers, North Terrace, Ade laide. This allotment has a frontage of 51 ft. and a depth of 142ft. Most of the ground is low-lying, and has part of a ereek winding from front to rear. This creek appears to be effected by the tides and by soakage through em bankment, and always contains water. One of Mr T. Morgan's houses, occu pied by Mr Ryan, is close to this creek, and I consider the crcck in its present condition as offensive. Councillor Pavlich asked if the water were stagnant. / The Inspector said there was no re gular How. but the soakage seemed to come through the bank when the tide was high. There was hardly any water there that day, but^ at times it was three or four inches deep. Councillor Parlich moved that the owner of the allotment be requested to fill it in. Councillor Goode seconde...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of Mr E. C. OSBORNE arc respectfully informed Unit-the re mains of his late daughter. Gwendo line Emily, will he removed from his residence, Fourth street, Pirie West, THIS DAY, at 2 p.m., for interment in the Port Pirie Cemetery. W. H. NOAL, Undertaker. . De DIAR.-On the 5th February, at "Oeiigo," Solomontown, Norah, dearly loved eldest daughter of Ernie and Eva De Diar; aged 3 years.

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ENEMY AERODROME ATTACKED. BOMBS FIND THEIR TARGET. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

ENEMY AERODROME ATTACKED. BOMBS FIND .THEIR TARGET. LONDON, 'Monday. The Admiralty states : Our aircraft dropped many boml:s on the I;iith-, erke siirdrome a't noon on. Sunday. Odo enemy aircraft was driven, down. All of aur machines returned. i

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MUNICIPAL MATTERS. TOWN COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

WUNFCIPAL MATTERS. TOWN COUNCIL MEETING. The fortnightly meeting- of the Town Council was held in the Council Cham ber on Monday night. The Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan) presided, and there were also present: Councillors J. S. Geddes, L-. A. Hopkins, T. R. Taylor, E. J. Pav- \ lie!), T. Y. Freeman, A. G. Palmer, and i M. E. Goode; the Town Clerk (Mr E. E. Garrett), the Electrician (Mr P. II. Bieschielt), the Inspector (Mr A. Leo nard), and the Surveyor )Mr T. Far rell). An apology was received for the absence of Councillor Warren. THE MAJOR'S REPORT. ..The Mayor said he was pleased to state thai he had not to report Hie deaths of any Port Pirie soldiers since the last meeting of the Council. APPLICATION FOR FISH SELLING PERMIT. . An application was received from G. Gallo for a permit to have a stand either at P rest's corner or near the Family Hotel for selling smoked fish, when available. Councillor' Freeman moved that the application he granted at a fee ,pf £1 per year. Councillor Pavli...

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THE Port Dirrie Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1918. WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1'JiS: WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSO ? CIATIGN. - -mure was a iair auenaance at tne Town Hail last night, when a branch of the Workers' Educational Associa tion was formed. Air B. S. Pound pre sided. Air Victor E. Cromer, the gene ral secretary in South Australia,v de livered an address, and explained the objects of the Association. The fol lowing oHicers were elected: President, .Mr P. E. Lynch; vice-presidents, .Messrs W. Robinctte and W. Ray; sec retary, Air G. Sharp; committee, Rev. T. D. Webb, Councillor E. J. Pavlich, ai>d Ales sr.s A. W. Lacey, A. Dallaway, J. Skeehan, II. L. Baldock, W. W. Mc pherson, F- J. Alartin, N. V. Parham and If. Arinour. A number of students' application forms were filled in by per sons desirous of attending tutorial classes. A full report of the meeting will appear in to-morrow's issue.

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The Western Front BRITISH REPORT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

BRITISH REPORT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. " 1 Field Marshal Haig reports : ' VTc ' drove off raiders in the neighborhood of X!avrelle. j The Portuguese took a lew prison ers in the neighborhood of Neuvc ChaPeile. j The enemy, suffered casualties in patrol encounters in the Messines sector. '

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HEALTH OF THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

HI3ALT.II OF THE TOWN. At a meeting of the Local Board of Health on Monday night the Health oilieei' CDr. Oliver Leilch) reported that eight cases of an infectious nature, had been reported during the preced ing fortnight. . Six were typhoid cases and the other two were diphtheria and tuberculosis respectively. The report of the Inspector (Mr A. Leonard) . showed that four of the Cases occur red in West Ward, two in Solomsn- , town, one in South and one in North. , This is the highest number of typhoid cases since last June.

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THE BRITISH ARMY. PROVISION FOR 5,000,000 MEN. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

_ THE BRITISH ARMY. K '/PROVISION FOE 5,000,000 MEN. XReuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. T'Ke Army estimates provide five million mea.

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PORT PIRIE AND TOWN PLANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

PORT P1RIE AND TOWN PLAN- K KING. U i TIie Town Council had before il on 1 Monday .night a letter from the Govern- ' ? ment Town Planner (Mr Charles Read) i which stated: "Referring1 to your lct^ i ter of August 20 with reference to. a lantern lecture entitled, 'Can Port Pirie be Planned,' I aril now making arrange ments for lectures during the winter months in various country towns, and if it is desired to have the proposed lecture illustrating the application of municipal town planning practice to local conditions please let me know at your earliest convenience.' As a matter of form, it. will he necessary for you to approach the Attorney-General and ask that the. Town Planner should visit Port .Pirie for the purpose. In accord ance with {lie usual practice, the Coun cil/ would have to provide a hall and publicity. The simplest way is to. ar range with one of:the moving picture theatres for the loan of their building and apparatus unless you already have the facilities installed in...

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NATIONAL SHIPYARDS. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

NATIONAL SHIPYARDS. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, ^o.vday. In the national 6h pyards a satis factory- arrangement has been arrived at. The men liave been given slight ly increased wages.

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TREAT IT PROPERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

TREAT IT PROPERLY. If you have trouble in getting rid of your cold you may know that you are not treating- it properly. . There is no ^ reason why a cold should hang on for j weeks and it will not if you take s Chaberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale ] everywhere

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SPORTING. MONTH'S RACIND FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

SPORTING. - : -... -o--- , | MONTH'S RAGING FIXTURES. IS-Tumby Bay Jockey Club. 20-Penola Racing Club. .20-Orroroo Jockey Club. !2i--Port Lincoln Racing Club. 23--South Australian Jockey Club. 27-Jamestown Racing Club. ! 27-Millicent Racing Club. (By "Churinga.") ' Although Lady Anton failed to run up to expectations in the Novice Han dicap at Gawler, she should not be condemned altogether. From where she was stationed I think she did ex tremely well, and the filly will do bet ter- in the metropolitan area. A rather nice cut of filly in Sweet Rest ran in, the Novice which, should be. worth watching. She is by St. An ton from Restful, dam of .Miss Restful and Arise. Varlin ran in Hopwood's colors for the first time on Saturday, and it was a pity that he was not allowed to 5t$de out after Marie Studholme when he got off so well. Varlin may recoup his purchase money in the near future. Old Common King was giving away a lot in age to his opponents in the Hurdle Race, but the veteran ski...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' APPEAL. AN APPLICATION TO THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918

RETURNED SOLDIERS' APPEAL. APPLICATION" TO THE COUNCIL. - At -Monday night's meeting - o£ the Town Coun -ii a letter was received froi/i Mr. (J. K. (*Lcs«'fll, the- . assist ant .-v:::viarof the Port Pine branch of the Kolumol JSokliccs and bailors' imperial Lea'gue, stating that the State "War Council ' liad <rra.nt£«d' permission to make an ap peal for funds from April i5 to April 30, and-slating- xhat his sub-branch would be g-la»'i i' the Council would grant, it. permission ia seek for con tributions, in tne Port, il'iric stroet/3 on these (lays, and. also [:.-cnniss'Lon to liold procession.' Tlio flavor (Mr. A. 13. Morgan) suggested that, thu Council should ?wri(e to 3i'\ Creswell, asking him lor what particular days he sought permission. Cr. 'layI or moved and Couucil'.or Palmer seconded that 'he letter bo received an.-i a reply sent asking t'-ut the particular 'dales-', be specitii/l. Councillor Hopkins said that. to him it seemed rather peculia'r chat an associati...

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