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RUSSIA'S PEACE OFFER. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

RUSSIA'S PEACE OFFER. (Renter's Service.) LONIKiX. Wednesday. A HM.ssian oftlcial inrswiire says Uia{ Germany has acknowledged receipt of Russia's peaci: oflVr.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRITAIN AND THE BOLSHEVIKS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

BRITAIN AND THE BOLSHEVIKS. (P.ublished in The Times). LONDON. Wednesday. if, is siat.eu- i>y Russian newspapers tlisiI- tin; Bolshevik Government will assume an unfriendly altitude towards British residents in Russia if Hie British Government withholds its ocknow ledjrment of M. I.itvinoff, ihe Bolshevik Ambassador in London. They ;dso threaten energetic oppressive measures .urainst resident, Antrlo-Aniericans un less the naval pressure which is caus ing tin* closing of the Manehurian bor der is removed.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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"FLYING COLORS." A BIG 5000 FEET ROMANCE. CHARLIE CHAPLIN. CASINO—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

"FLYING COLORS. BIG 5000 'FEET .ROMANCE. CHARLIE CHAPLIN. CASINO-TO-NIGHT. The Casino management are adver tising a magnificent .'5-star attraction and a capital supporting program for Mie entertainment of their numerous patrons to-night, when William Des mond. America's matinee idol, will he seen in the glorious Triangle drama, "giving Colors." a captivating and ex citing story of a ne'er-do-well, told in live sensational acts. Desmond'is seen in lite role of a defective, and the ad ventures lie undergoes are of a most thrilling character. Here is one of (hem: "The crooks are locked in a room. -The only means of getting at them is through a window 5 feet up. Not a ladder is at hand, only just a long prop. Then a thrilling poie vault, crashing through the window and down on the top of them, and a fierce struggle for supremacy ensues." This is only one of the many exciting scenes. There are dozens more like it. The picture is a brilliant one and well worth seeing. Charlie Chaplin, th...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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RUSSIAN EXCESSES IN FINLAND (Pubished in The Times). HELSINGFORS, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

IRUSSIAX EXCESSES IN FINLAND 'ubished in The Times). IIELSIXGF0 RS, Wcdnes-d It is reported that the whole of tho money that- was in the State Bank has been stolen and sent io Lpctirognid tor the purchase of arms and provisions. The Russians sys tematically loot the 'homes of all re sidents who do not vav<<- the revol ution and the victims are left to starve. iiesistcrs are summarily shot. The ?ie'd Guards continue to Jnll and strip war prisoners and many naked corpses have been found.

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BRITAIN'S COALING STATIONS. VORWARTS COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

BRITAIN'S COALING STATIONS. YORWARTS COMMENTS. Neuter's correspondent at Amster dnm reports that in its comments on Mr Lloyd George's speech Vorwarts stales that no one in Germany saw anything in Dr. von Hertling'.s remarks about the coaling stations hut a light ironical interpretation of President Wilson's principles regarding the free dom of the seas. Vorwarts deduces therefrom that spenoli-makinar across llic seas merely creates new misunderstandings.

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RUMANIA NOT YET CRUSHED. AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

RUMANIA NOT YKT CRUSH El). AMSTERDAM, Weductday. A telegram from \ ionna states that, the -Rumanian (government lias ex pressed a desire to enter into pre liminary peace discussions with re presentatives of the Central Towers, ? consequently Count Czernin and others are shortly leaving for Rumania. -Thi: telegram adds that competent, ^quarters opine (that Kumania is unripe Sfor peace. She is still entertaining far-jrc-acliing- aspirations, and' (appears jdotcrmmtd to continue lighting if inegotiations do not satisfy these as jpirations.

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In No Man's Land EXPERIENCES OF A PIRIE SCOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

EXPERIENCES OF A PIRIE SCOUT. Some of the most dangerous work on the battlefield is that of the Battalion Scouts. The most J athletic arid resourceful men are usually'selected for this branch, specially trained. In the. follow ing article a well known Port Pirie ajoldier gives an interesting ac-" count of his experiences. . After a go at Warneton (Belgium), where we had a comparatively quiet lime, we were moved up to oust Fritz from the vicinity of . We went over the top on September 29, and our company met with little resistance, thanks to a good artillery and machine sun barrage, under which it is practi cally impossible for infantry to live unless they are in pill boxes. We dug in on arrival at our objective. During" this process a dozen or so of Fritz's planes were living- low over us, and soon after their return to the German lines we learnt that the Boolie had some artillery, too. Whilst we were juggling with our shovels there was also an odd machine sun or Iwo worrying us. Of...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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SWIMMING AND LIFE SAVING. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

SWIMMING AND LIFE SAVING. ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of the Port Pirie Life Saving and Amateur "3wimmtog As sociation was held on Tuesday even, rag. Mr E. Waddy presided. On. the motion of Mr. J. P. Sell ars, seconded by Mr. Doyle, it was resolved that a letter be sent t-o the Combined Sunday. ' £chools( stating that the Association was not formed when the display was given on Sun day, and that it. was ,tna intention of the Association to refrain from hold ing demonstrations on the Sabbath. Permission was. granted to the1 Port Pirie Central Club tp hold a carnival on March 2, and tilso for the Amat eur Squadron Race for the ten guin ea, cup, a condition being that it must always (be competed for, in Port iPirio. It was resolved on the motion of Mr. Robinson, seconded bv Mr. Roon ey, that the afiilialion fee for clubs be 10/6 for cacli club up to 100 mem bers, and for pack" adult male mem ber ]/-, and ladies and children 6d. On the motion of Mr. iCharlesworth, seconded by Mr. MeL...

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RUSSIANS WILL TRY PERSUASION. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

J RUSSIAN'S WILL TRY PKR 1 SUASIOX. (Wire I f.ss Press). LONDON, WeduoSua J A iiussiar' o-iciai message ' siafes, ! that General Krylcn'-o has ordered Ms I'arniy *tot oryanisa for massed! pou A parlors with (ierman soldiers, and it they do not refrain from fighting the , I utmost resistance should lie otiererli

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THE LYDEAMORE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

THE LYDEAMORE FUND. Port- Pirie life-Savins' and Swimming- Club (per Mr J. P. Sellars, secty.) ..£0 10 0 Mr Pavey ..' 0 2 0 Mr D. Bairns 0 5 0 Mr K. O'Callaghan (Crystal Brook) .... .... .. 05 0 Mr D. Macacaney is taking: up a col lection in aid of the above fund, and amounts collected toy him will toe ack nowledged. through. The, Recorder.

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Russia GERMANY WILL ENFORCE ORDER AND PEACE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

GERMANY WILL EN-FORCE ORDER AND PEACE. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Wednesday. The Times correspondent at Ams terdam .says: Dr. Kuelilmami. tin.; Ger man Foreign Minister, made a candid 'though cynical speech before the Reichstag- Main Committee. Me stated :-Our new war will strengthen the Bolsheviks' inclination towards peace. . Germany no longer believes Russia's . professions, and must consequently en force order ant! peace in the occupied; regions. Even today -we. are willing to ,conclude a peace corresponding with 'our own particular interests. Decisive' factors in Ihe Ukraine 'peace were val uable economic advantages, from which Germany will gain during 1!)J8. lie recommended the ratification of the treaty. Herr Ledebour said the Government should show the constitutional grounds on which peace was concluded. Hen* Ledebour added: The Ukraine is still a part of Mussia.

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THE CITY MAGISTRACY. MR. SABINE APPOINTED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

THE CITY MAGISTRACY. MR. SABINE APPOINTED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. Mr. E. M. Sabine, S.M., was ap pointed Adelaide magistrate and chil dren's magistrate to-day. He has been in the Civil. Service for 25 years, and was associate to the late Judge Hom bur.tr. He has been magistrate at Port Pirie since August last.

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ANARCHY IN IRELAND. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

ANARCHY IN IRELAND. (United Cable Service). LONDON. Wednesday. '..The Dublin correspondent of )the j Daily News says that most of Ireland is infested with lawlessness and is rap- I idly drifting towards - anarchy.

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PCRT PIRIE HIGH SCHOOL. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

PC FIT F3RIE Ht'SK SCHOOL. AXM'AL HEPU Tli<k following is tin annua! report; of tin' Port Pirie High School. \vhieh; was read ;ii.the annua! demonstration' last evening by the Headmaster ^Mr X. Edwards; :-, 1 I'mvo much p!'"*:!in pre-senling llir annual report covering the period 19 1 7. The year 1 <been jjt;;by; subsbKilial progress ami hy ivcord .-oreesses. Bolh it: numbers and ot'ti !-iischool. as judged by ro sidis, has slinwil a marked advance. Iii patriotic work, ihe total amount raised by 1 ii<. school and students amounted |u them;:: second only to the Adelaide -Hiicii School ib-elf. Although only a mon'h bus passed since reassembling, belwe.en :iud £?0 has already !)n>n subscribed. We are also working for a patrioti<: ir.iy.nnr Iti be- liolti iii March, and Hie enthusi asm of sludenls and others <-oan«'fLcit, .wilh. the school promise. to make fhis a marked success. Owing lo Ii;;;m<. i:r4 stringency, the D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

NOW.- ON. NOW ' .ON. '"TWO PAIRS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE." See for Yourself. JJrin# Father.. Mother: in. fact, bring- the Wliole Family. We' Can Fit Ton All at .naif'Price. SEE OUR WINDOWS A.\D HE WISE. Space will not allow, us to enumerate the Many Hundreds of Bargains, but We Quote These as a Fair -Sample 206 PAIRS Of LA DIES' HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, mostly size A ami 5. in Boots and Shoes. .Not one pair usually sold und.-r 25/ to 30/. You see them. OUR PRICE: l-'i/'J. \Nol paper talk. £4000 WORTH GOING AT HALF PR5CE. Our Iiu.s-e and Complete Stuck is Completely Hurt and Insulted at the Ruth less and Indiscriminate marking of the "RED PENCIL." EVERY PAIR IN. THE STORE REDUCED AND COINC AT HALF PRICE. GENTS. See Our Wonderful Offering at f i/V. "THE SALE EVERYBODY IS WAITING FOR." "STMTE." THE LIVELY BOOT-MAN. SAYS "SALE." HE .MEANS IT. IT'S SOME SALE. . GET BUSY. iraperf HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE?? A Visit Will jbe Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAIN...

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918. PORT PIRIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

Published Daily. lUDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 15118. I'OIiT PIUIE CLUB. A meeting of the Port Pirie l/ife Saving (and Amateur Swimming Club was held-<at the Barrier Hotel on Wednesday evening. The ?delegates' report was received. The secretary was empowered to obtain [electric j light, flags, and brass band for the Carnival. Miss Hayes .and Mr., J. Jc-ssop were elected delegates to the Association. Other details were dealt with before the meeting adjourned. DRUNKENNESS. At the Police jCourt yesterday mor ning, before Mr. G. E. Creswell, J .P., Sidney Mitchell, a previous offender., was iined £2, or seven 'days' impris onment, for drunkenness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

<A BIG 3-STAR ATTRACTION. CASINO - To-night - CASINO ^ / ? A BIG TRIANGLE STAR SENSATION . WILLIAM DESMOND, the Screen Idol, In A SENSATIONAL STORY OP A NE'ER-DO-WELL. 3 GREAT ACTS OF RO-VANGE. AND INTENSE .EXCITEMENT. 2000 LAUGHS IN JIIS GREATEST COMEDY. 2000 LAUGHS. " The Adventurer." ' ^ ~ A REAL RIOT OF LAUGHTER AND FUN. LOST, A COOK, HER MARRIAGE FAILURE, THE GAZETTE, A Rollicking 2000ft. Keystone Comedy A Triangle Romance. Pathc's Great Topical. To-Night : .; Casm© : : To Night Oi3"fcioal Notice Quality, Satisfaction; A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially . when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at BEMSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. , . Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician. PI AMOS' f<-' 7 By the best Manufacturers from England and America. CASH OR EASY EXTENDED TERMS. Music Music- Music CALL in TO-DAY and Ask to hear your favourite Piano Solo or Song pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

«it the BIG HOUSE is still the centre of attraction. Tht; Uiiy Reductions made in many lines is attracting: much attention. These Bargains are going fast, so. Call early and got your share. We quote a few Specials for this week. LADIES' and MAIDS' JAP. CREPE KIMONAS Special, G/ll each. A few only left, LADIES' TRIMMED IIATS, bcinu- sacrificed at Mi 1 each. LADIES and GIRLS' PANAMA HATS, worth up to 15/9 each, our SpecM Sale Price 4/11 each S KIM O.N A PRINT just the tiling- for the hot a bargain, 2/11 each. I of SAMPLE flOSE to go pair. SAMPLE TOWELS to Clear at Sample Prices 1-2/ i White H.C. QUILTS, for this week only, 10/6 each. STORM FLANELLETTE, Special Saia Price 9/li dozen. , A Big Lot of ENVELOPES to go at 5 packets for i/. A Lut of SAMPLE HOSE and SOCKS to he cleared, 1/ pair. STILL A FEW REMNANTS LEFT AT SLASHING PRICES 0 Pieces only Light Gound PRINT, good width and fine quaity. thrown out, 0/11 dozen. SEE THESE AND OTHER BARGAINS AT The Big House where the Vaiues --are H...

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MARCHING TO JERICHO. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

MARCHING TO JERICHO. LONDON, Wednesday. General Allenby lias again made an important advance towards Jericho.

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Memorial Park VALUE OF CO-OPERATIVE EFFORT WORK OF VOLUNTEER PIPELAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

lemoriai Park VALUE OF CO-OPERfiTEVE EFFORT AVOHK OF YOIANTKKH 1MPK . LAY ICRS. The woitfc ill' beautifying Memorial Park is exemplifying- the bent ?His whieli accrue to (he general communr .ty through co-operative effort. Last Saturday afternoon a party of 20 men were at work in tlie park. They wr a irarif" of pipe-layers organised by Mr W. Tonkin; a .shift boss at (he- Smelt er.*;, and they gave up their afternoon's leisure io perforin a service which was going to benefit the community as a who!'*. themselves included. The re suit ol" this contribution in liie form..if personal service was that 3500 fret, of piping were laid. Las! week .Mr G. I-'. Pope placed a scantier, a team of horses, and his own services a! the disposal nf the gardener (Mr Giles j, and to-day there is a wonderful differ enc". in the appearance of Hie park in consequence. Hundreds of loads of manure have been carted and dumped in the park to enrich the soil, Fortius the- .firm of Mallyons Lid. is respon sibly ...

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