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FRENCH TRANSPORT TORPEDOED. 110 LIVES LOST. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

FREPiCH TRANSPORT TORPEDOED. 110 LIVES LOST. (United Gable Service). LONDON7.-' Thursday. A French transport has been torpe doed in the .Mediterranean. One hun dred an-;l ten lives were lost.

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

W. F. WELLS i& CO., Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and iFinisK, aE Tailor-Made, cannot be foeatea ia the Commonwealth. . Many Imps still at Old Pri^a. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bougifc many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, P0BT PIEIE. IF you liave a WATCH and its a Deceiver, bring it to us. We will take the deceit out of it. ! All Work faithfully and well done, and Guaranteed. - W.L. PALMER&Co WATCHMAKERS, &c., Alexander Street (opposite Blight Bros.) 1 S. C. COTTLE, _ GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, Ac. TANKS, BATIIS, AND GKNKUAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST.. PORT PIRIE STAR CYCLE AND MOTOR WORKS. FLORENCE ST., PORT PIRIE. AGENT FOR STUDEBAKER MOTOR C...

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ONKAPARINGA PACES. NOMINATIONS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

ONKAPARINGA PACES. NOMINATIONS. VDELAIDK. Thursil.iy HURDLUS. Hill Douglas, Louden Hill. King Bin «i;i. Mi* Catchem, Curalum. M'turi Lad. Sir Prim. Royal, Woai; wine. Sherwuod Wallowa. T>-Hup". Andy Donald, .\avaf Gem, Prin*< liardreiiy, Do Wabk-n. !>e oroti. Third Degree, Mooenbar. ilm.:: Douro. Wirlgil. Holy War. ic'i'iii. Thoogawarrab. Common K: Bniri. Boaehlield. Auchenloul. Slnit'i liaviuj. Perrignite, Encounter. Kins, I'iMV.'n, Ooivna. Cordelier. OXKAPARINGA CUP. Sir Mao. Swift King, High Tension. -^UHik.T Kinsr. Maori Lad, Dcpcndonc, Boentree. Opera Bouffe. Kpistle, Do . Jnmri. Azoic. Wee Gun, Kongorong. i;iiiss. Loch Aryan. Baraeoon. \!uril!n Burl. Dimitol. Pistolier, Plenty. Beauty Spot. Golden Rule. Laroon. Fer Alcoholic. Kin;rhier. .Tanvan. ? . i'D. Bob Oitjrwa, Sliacko. Mei" GREAT EASTERN STEEPLECHASE. Farm Lad. Arrowlay, Fine Degree. C<-.'iloiig. Wyreema, Poowong. Bonny !-'irework>. Golden Ridge, Murrartgong. Katingawa. Artillery Bill. Uni...

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ITALIAN FRONT. SUCCESSFUL AIR RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

ITALIAN FRONT. UCCK55FUL AIU RAIDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Wednesday. Au Italian oflieial message says: Bri- I tisii ;ii'i-opi;ines effectively bombed the j Casnrsa -aerodrome, destroying1 an air ship shed. Our machines dropped two I tuns of bombs on an aviation camp at Laeomlivi. causing' a largo fire. AU our machines relurned.

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THE CHANNEL RAID. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

THE CHANNEL RAJD. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Wednesday. In the House of Commons to-day. Mr Lynch asked a question regarding fiie recent German raid in the Channel. Dr. .Macnamara, Parliamentary Secre tary to the Admiralty, replied that an answer would involve a detailed ac /eount of our dispositions, which it was not desirable to give. Dr. Maenainara added that the con tention that German raiders and sub marines could operate successfully in the Channel and Straits of Dover was entirely unjustified by the facts. Obvi ously. lie said, no matter how com pletely we controlled the sea, we could not always prevent such attacks on a dark niulit. The Admiralty had every reason to be satisfied with the' results achieved in recent weeks by tiie admir al commanding- at Dover.

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RUMANIA. NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE. (United Cable Scrvie). COPENHAGEN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

RUMANIA. G0TIATI0N3 I'"OH PEACE. {United Gable Scrvie). COPENHAGEN, Wednesday. Kuehlmann goes to Fociani on iry "22 to negotiate with Ru

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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SINKINGS BY SUBMARINES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

SINKINGS BY SUBMAR3NES. (Router's Service). LO.N D 0 N. W cdn c s d a v. The Admiralty states that the ar rivals in British "ports for the weelc number 2322, and the sailings 2,*j{>3. j Twelve vessels over and three under j J COO tons were sunk and eight vessels ! unsuccessfully aatlaeked. One fishing vessel was sunk.

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The War. The Western Front ENEMY RAIDS REPULSED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

The Western Front ENEMY RAIDS REPULSED. (Reuter's Service). 1,02*DON, Wednesday. Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Uaig- re ports: After heavy bombardment, the enemy attempted a raid eastward of Arleux-Enyoliille. We completely re pulsed llie raid and killed and i.'rison ered a number of the enemy. WVpri's onered several unsuccessful local en terprises north-eastward of Wyts ehaete.

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DEATH OF MAJOR CATE. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

DEATH OF MAJOR C,<ITE. ADELAIDE. Tliursdav. Major William. Gate, eldest son of the late Mr William Cate, of Norwood, was found in an unconscious condition at Loxton on Monday. He lingered un til Wedesday afternoon, when he died. Major Cate'was a leading- oflicer in the Customs Department for many years, and was at one time a prominent mem ber of the military forces. Mrs Cate mysteriously disappeared in July, 1907, and lias never since been heard of. Their three sons-Capt. CuUiberl Cate, Lieut. Reginald Cate, and Serst-Major Maxwell Cate-have- been at the front since early in the war.

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THE FIGHTING IN FINLAND. STOCKHOLMN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

THE FIGHTING IN FINLAND. STOCKHOLMX. Wertnvsifay. '"Fighting occurred in Aland Island on Sunday and Monday. A Swedish naval expedition intervened, and niter ims'ii tialions the Russians and the follow ers of Cenera! Mannerheim consented to tro in Swedish ships to Keval and N'ortli Finland respectively.

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ENEMY POSITIONS HEAVILY BOMBED[?] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

ENEMY POSITIONS HEAVILY BOMBED* LONDON, We'la Thi! -Admiralty etaces : Our naval aircraft last night dropped many tons of explosives on St Denis, West- ; "rem and the' Bruges docks - V>'o drove down an aetacking hostile j scout and dropped large quantities ! of explosives to-day on the Aerryclce aerodrome and. Engel dump with {rood results. During' patrols we j shot down a seaplane in flames, ; .brought down a scout in our own lines, and drove down one. All of our machines returned.

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KALEDIN'S DEATH. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

KALEOIN'S DEATH. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Wednesday. The Times correspondent at Petro grad "says a Bolshevik oflicial report alleges that General Kaledin's suicide was «ue to tae Don Government re signing authorily in favor of the Soviet. Immediately folbwins this decision Kaledin left the Chamber, went to a private room, and shot himself in' the heart.;

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FRENCH REPORT. AVIATORS ACTIVE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

FRENCH REPORT. AVIATORS ACTIVE. (Renter's Service). LONDON, WEDNCS.INV. A French communique reports : There is fairly" great artillery activity in the Champagne region aud on tbe right of the Sleuse. From rcbruary J6 to February IS wc brought down IS enemy machines." 3n retaliation for raids Aleta, liablans, Forback and Bensdorf were bombed, also de-' pots at Ensieviem, \\lien a big lire broke out. Field .Marshal IJaig reports : We repulsed raiders northward of Armen. t'iert'S- There is mutual artillery fir ing .south-eastward o{ ;Epehy and southward of Armentieres.

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AUSTRIA DARE NOT ATTEMPT TO THWART GERMANY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

AUSTRIA DARE NOT : YRN;.\II>T TO THWART UKUMANY. LONDON. WRILNESTINY. .'\usfriii is tm.'ibI<> Lo hhuk'r (he n«M i)i;in Imperialists' pjuns, ;md «.|ocs nut dure in join the renewed :uiti-Hu.ssi;in \\*;n-.

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AUSTRO-RUSSSAN FRONTIER. COMPLETELY RESTORED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

AUSTRO-RUSSSAN FRONTIER. OO.M Pi.H'raA" UESTOHIiD. (HiMitr-r's fVi'vicn). LONDON. Wednesday. A Vienna nl'ieia! niessajrs' says: 1 acronljiticc willi tin- provision* of fit Ukraine peace. livaiy. t!n> Atislrn-Kiis sian frontier is now comjiJeteiy res lored.

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CONCESSION TO POLAND. (Reuter's Service). BASLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

CONCESSION TO POLAND. (Router's Service). BASLE, Wi"iliiOSf!;in. In the Austrian Iieiehsrath J Terr Seidler announced tin-* modification of tin; Ukraine treaty in view of Polish peace representations. and ti!1"' Hada and Austria have signed an agreement under -vvhicli Ukraine will nut retain Clmlni. whose-future will he determin ed later by a mixed Commission in ac cordance with the. wishes of Hut in habitants

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AN EYE ON VLADIVOSTOCK. (Reuter's Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 22 February 1918

EYE ON VLAD8VCSTOPK. f Renter's Service). I .M. I Hulin. \vi-iIirjin Hie Kelio lie. Paris. Kiiys thai Cermany. ;inm .soiiiiatinjr Iter Russian' position, aims af tin; extension uf her power !u Vl;>.( li vestock. when- France must In- sfron-r ly represented. Tin* new Bepwhiie <«f Siberi;i is prepared fur eitniinii'enrie.s. .lapan can play a .m-eat par!, hut will the Eh ionic, -leave her to ueeninplish it {lone?

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PALESTINE. BRITISH ADVANCE CONTINUED. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

PALESTINE. BRITISH ADVANCE CONT8NUED. i United Cable SjTvie). LONDON, Tliurs'lny. A Palestine <»Hk";<'d jn -.s.-i,5i:it<\-<: Our udvancc eastward of jt»ru».ik'm was resumed yesterday. Despite tf; enemy's obstinate resistance, we pro gressed three and a l;aif_ mile.-* ..n a front of ripfM miles to within four miles westward of,the Jcrusalem X>-bIuB roiift. The air service, co-one rating, bombed er.mrirf and depots ten and...a. half miles east-north-east of Jericho. Our loosen on Tuesday were very slight. Yesterday's casualties arc not. yet. known. The operations eon tinue.

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GERMAN SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

GERMAN SUCCESSES. A wireless German official mcssnm says: We occnpiel Leal in Esllionia. and reached Perniaral and Lemsal. on tlio Gulf of Riga. We traversed Sen den. and are approaching Wn'mar. and hc!v.-^n Bv;n=k and Pins'-: pro pressing eastward. General von Llnsinzen re ports the occupation of important rail way and road Junctions. Rnvnn ban b>^en cleared of the ©nemv. pn}fi«n«»rp fiv-r>n bv i!« include a .sen era 1, 52') offi cers. and 87ft men. The booty includes 1353 guns, in00 motor ears, and i'Oil0 railway carriages, many laden with food.

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THE QUESTION OF RUSSO-GERMAN PEACE. (Published in The Times) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

THE QUESTION OF RUSSO-GERMAN PEACE. {Published in The Times":. j The Times correspondent, ft! Amster dam pays it, is reported from . Berlin that. HTuehlmann has beg-un consulta tions with the Central Powers regard ing1 the final terms of the Russian peace in view of £ho. Bolsheviks' un conditional surr^nd^r. .Meanwhile the Herman ndvHnc:- wi!! be. continueil m order to enforce a carnly and definite settlement face tn face with Trotsky. The Times correspondent at Petro srrad says that during (he rwHinvs of the. Commissioners of the Peoph* Trot sky .stood out for war against Ger many discounting" Lenin's fears that the majority of the Russian masses would regard the position apathetical ly.

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