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Disillusioned Bolsheviks EARLY ATTACK ON PETROGRAD EXPECTED. (Published in The Times). PETROGRAD, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

Disillusioned Bolsheviks EARLY ATTACK ON PETROQRAD EXPECTED. (Published in The Time?). PETROGRAD, Thursday. Until the actual invasion the Rus sians apparently believed that the Gor man soldiers were influenced bv propa ganda ami would refuse to advance. It is reported that the disillusioned Bol sheviks now expect an earlly attack upon Petrograd and are feverishly im provising the defences. It is reported that Lenin was the chief advocate of the acceptance^}? the C.ennan terms, and declared that it would be impossible to seriously re \sjst. He declared that it was nrtc-'s %ary to sign po-aw; in order to save the revolution nnd maintain the Soviot au thority. Five Commissioners voted for the acceptanco of the terras and four against it. The re.sult wm determined hy <4ho news of the occupation of. Dvinsk ami further German advances. There is evidently no light left in tlie demoralised Russian troops. Accounts from various centres show that the soldiers are abandoning- their ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

(Such of the cable news In. this Issue as is so headed appeared In The London Times, and Is cabled to Aus tralia by special permission, ft should be unde$tood that the opinions given are not those of The Times unless expressly «*a$ed to be $9). ' - . ? BIG PATRIOTIC FAIR. A fair an-ci safe of goods Oa a ^ig scale, in aid of the Central Trench Comforts . Mnnd, will be held in in tlie Town Hall __ on Wednesday and Thursday nsxt. Miss Sylvia Olsen, who has been .one of our hardest and (most successiJal workers tor patriotic causes, is the secretary, and she is ['being associated^ by otlxar Red Gross jladics. There will be numerous stalls ,containing a splendid lot ot children's jeiothing and underclothing and fancy i"vorky ; plaia sewing, produce, and all 6oris >oi novelties in the way of side shears, fete. Excellent musical pro cams have been ail'aogei for eack fevcuiag. , Are SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY FINE RANGE of * *ui ol oURi A1NS is coDftitlci sd tjUOD . Wo ii&ve LAC b ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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DESPONDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

' DESPONDENCY. ' I Is often caused by indigestion and .constipation, and quietly disappears {v,'hen Chamberlain's Tablets are taken ?For sale «rvejywll£Fe

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

m JVJEiViORfAtVJ. IIALVORSEX.-In loving memory of our dear son and. brother, An<irew (Andy)."No. -5793, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France February 23, 1917. lie fell a herein Hie deadly strife, For K;ug and Country he laid down his F;«me was achieved aod ho had done his share " . "-'rt - those laurels rich and rare Which now adorn Australia's- loyal r-ici': Not even time its glory can efface. -Inserted by his loving- father and sister,. Bella. 1IALYQRSEN.-In loving memory of our dear brother Andrew (Andy), No. iTHn. Mne-hine Oun Corps, killed in ac !ion in France February 23, 1917. Me hay borne his Gross, he has gained his Crown. Though ho lies in a far-off grave, And we think of his duty nobly done, Manly, onseliish, and brave. -Inserted by his loving sister aijd brollier-in-law, Amelia and Walter Booth, jun. THANKS. Mr and Mrs K. C. OSBORNE tender their sincere THANKS to all kind ; friends for sympathy in their sad be 1 reaveni'^nt. especially Dr. Goode, Mrs...

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RUSSIAN GENERAL SHOT. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

RUSSIAN GENERAL SHOT. (Published in The Tiroes}. LONDON, Thursday. The Times correspondent at Petro grad states that the German scouts have arrived at Polotske. The general staff headquarters at Mohileff have been evacuated.' General Yanashveitch, former Chief of the General Staff, was taken prisoner, and was travelling by train to Petrosrad. He attempted to sieze a revolver when told he would be interned in the fortress of St. Peter and Paul. The Red Guards shot him dead. .

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THIS MEANS YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

THIS MEANS YOU. There is one medicine that every family should be provided with at all times-Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy. It is most certain to be needed sooner or later, and then it will be needed quickly. For sale every where.

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. [?]STURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918. Local and General ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

Published Daily. Local aratf Geriefal ST. ANDREW? PHKSBYTKHIAX CHURCH. The annual congregational meeting of the above church was held 011 Mon day evening' when the Minister, (Rev,J. Andrew Pawson) presided over a very fair number of members and adherents. The reports showed that' the kirk had had a good year, all the organisations having been successful. The altend orice at public worship had born main tained. Reports wi-re presented by the Kirk Session. Board of Management, P.W.M.U., Sabbath School, Choir, Girls' Guild. Roys' Club, Soldiers' Mis sion League of Worship, and .Junior Kndc-.ivor. The treasurer's report showed thai the Sunday offerings and subscriptions were £40 higher than last year. About i.">0 more than the pre\ ions year had been subscribed throusrh the various organisittions of 5!ic church and a credit balance re . i ;>i the close of the year. Miss Mn:'"';i!i and X. Syiviends contri buted solus and the ladies provided re f:v-r.!im^n's at the "close.

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JOURNALISTS HEAVILY FINED. (Pubished in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

JOURNALISTS HEAVILY FINED. (Pubished sn Tho Time?). LONDON, Thursday. At thf> Bow Street Police Court, to day J.ient.-Col. Repirigton, military cor respondent. of the Morning- Post, and Mr Gwynne, editor of the. Morning Post, were each lined £100 and 40 and :»0 guineas costs respectively for breaches of the Defence of the Realm Act.. Both (defendants gave notice of appeal. The defence was that since there was not the slightest proof that the prohibited article was likely to as sist the enemy, the censor .was not em powered to suppress it.

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CRICKET. ASSOCIATION VERSUS COFFEE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

CRICKET. ASSOCIATION VERSUS COFFEK PALACE. On the Recreation Ground on Satur day afternoon a match was played be tween old Association pJaycrs and a team from Stewart's Coffee Palace, re sulting- in a win for the former. Messrs ?I. L. Sampson and G. Stewart acted as umpires. Scores:- r P. Nunan, c Gould, h Rothwell . . 8 I\. Pimlott, c McDonald, b Kemp . 23 P. Highman, c De Vorgd. b Furler '! II. Campbell, c Impett, b .McDonald 17 J. O'Callaghan, c Wisdom, b Gould 13 A. Davies. c Gould, b Kemp .... i E. Cooper, not out. 15 A. Waddy, c Wisdom, b Rothwell 3 Sundries . . . 7 Total 113 .Bowling: Rothwell, 3 for 29; Furler, 3 for 21; McDonald, 1 for 16: Kemp, 2 for 19; De Vorgd, 2 for 7: Gould, 1 for 8; Barnett, 0 for 2. Coffee Palace. F. Wisdom, c Cooper, b Highman, 22 S. McDonald,"b Highman ...... 2 W. Barnett, b Nunan 21 De Vorgd, run out ...... .. 8 - Gould, c Waddy, b O'Callaghan 1-5 C. H. Impett, b .Mitchell .. .... 0 G. Kemp riot out .......... 7 T. R. ..Rothwell, c Campbell, b O'...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

RETURNED SOLDfEBS' SMOKE SOCIAL. i'i:- Port Pirie sub-braneli of the H"turned Soldiers and Sailors' Imperial Le.-ijnn; bekl a pleasant .smoke social in iho Insliiute .supper room last night. ? Tht» president (Mr L. T. Graigie) was in Hie and ihere was an atlend ar;i*;' 'ctvf r GO. The visitors ?included i?t = ? Mayor Mr A. H. Forfait -. Messrs V/. ,1. C. Cole. M.P., C. Morgan, O. < :liarii.-s\\ <r} 11. A. l!eg'"nhardt and : i.;«?!!f. .1. C,. Dow (recruiting' oilier) . .An bsi'U'esiinjr toasl list was submitted, and a number of items wore rontribu ied by Mr K. Cockinjr. An apoloiry was aiiHi'iiei" was received from Councillor M. r.. Warren. A report of tlie pro : feedings will appear later.

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SIBERIAN PRSIONERS FREE. SHANGHAI, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

SIBERIAN PRSIONER8 FREE. I SHANGHAI, Thursday. A Harbin telegram states that Ger man prisoners in Siberia are entirely free*. Many are openly trading- in German goods. Others, including many civilians who were engaged in commerce in Siberia and. Manchuria boforo tho war. aro coming to North 3fanchi>na -with Itussian. passports, ?""hich are purchasab e for a hundred roubles. 'Prompt Allied action is nec essary in order to combat German occupation pi these rich districts.

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METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

| MKTIIOfUST CENTRAL MISSION. Harvest Thanksgiving services will , be held at Hie Methodist Central Mis sion. Alexander street, to-morrow. A j Jnr.ire choir under Mr .T. Lilywhite will I render special anthems at both morn ins and evenin.tr services. The Rev. T. D. \YH>h will laL;>' Hie morning service, and .Mr .1. L. Cowie, secretary of the Newcastle Ironworks, who is mi a visit to Port Pirie, will preach in the even ing". He is a prominent worker in the er in tho Methodist Central Mission at Newcastle.

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FUTURE OF POLAND UNDECIDED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

FUTURE OF POLAND UNDECIDED. LONDON, Thursday. A sinii-o!jicial Berlin statement de clares that 110 decision haa yet boett taken regarding the fature o! Poland, whose fat-e dopeuds on the attitude of tho Poles to (iermnny and Austria Hungary'.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ir The Harvest Festival services of tHe ? Congregational Church will be held to 'morrow, when one of-the in embers of ' Parliament for the Port Pirit district (Mr W. J. C- Cole) will conduct the [ morning service and in the' evening j the minister (Mr T. D. Webb) will preach the second sermon of a series Ion ''The Men and Influences that Caus jed Christ to be Crucified."

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THE TRARNSPORT DIVES. MISSING NUMBER 165. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

THE TRARNSPORT DIVES. MISSIXG NUMBER lt$5. PARIS, TliurB'ia 'i lie Transport Dives was torpedoed on February 1 while on a voyage to Votig> Irom ^Itirscilli's with an cs. cort-j.fl convoy. No submarine wan sigiiie:'. There wore 339 passengers, j induhing 301 troops1 Fitty-five of I the crew and 110 soldiers are mis- ! eing. |

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PORT PIRIE HOSPITAL. MONTHLY BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

PORT PIRIE HOSPITAL. MONTHLY BOARD .MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Board "f Management of the Port Pirie Hos pital was hold on Thursday night. The chairman {.Mr James Ramsay} presid ed, and there were also present: Messrs S. A. Gray, P. Hague and W. Clark, and the secretary (Mr F. J. Me Mahon). Staff Resignation. The resignation of Miss G. Merlino from the household staff was received and accepted. Appointment of Probationer. The Visiting Committee's report re commended'the amount of charges to be made against various patients for maintenance, and the appointment of Miss Agnes Miiler, of Soiomontown, as probationer nurse. On fixe motion of Mr Clark, second ed by Mr Hague, the report was adop ted . Secretary's Report. The .secretary reported that since the last meeting of the Board 05 males and 19 females had been admit-, ted to the general wards, <>2 males and t-'i females had been discharged, and four males had died. This left in the general wards 28 males and 13...

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"FLYING COLORS." A BIG 5000 FEET ROMANCE. CHARLIE CHAPLIN. CASINO—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

"FLYING COLORS.'' A .BIG 5000 FEET ROMANCE. CHARLIE CHAPLIN. CASINO-TO-NIGHT. The Casino management are adver tising a magnificent 3-star attraction ami* n - capital supporting program for .She entertainment of their numerous patrons to-night, when William Des mond, America's matinee idol, will be seen -in the glorious Triangle - drama, "Flyiui:- Colors." a captivating and ex-, citing story of a ne'er-do-well," told in 'Jive sensational acts. Desmond is seen in the role of a detective, and the ad ventures he undergoes are of a most thrilling character. Here is one of them: "The crooks are locked in >. room. The only means of getting at them is .through a window r> feet up. Not a ladder is ?.t hand, only just n long prop. Then a thrilling pole vault," crashing through the " window - ".."' down. r»3 .the top of them, and a flpj'c strugir-'; zrr supremacy ensues'." This is only of the many exciting re^nes. There are dozens more like :"t. | The picture, is a-brilliant one and well...

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Returned Soldiers in Pi[?]ie SESIDEMTIAL CLUB WANTED. THE COMING APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

SESISEMTIAL CLUB WANTED. THE COMING APPEAL. It is estimated That there are about 200 returned soldiers iu Fort . i'irie, and -a uso-e is on foot by the local aub-braueh pf the .Returned Sol diers and Sailors' Imperial League'to. secure a residential club. As lias been previously announced, tlie R.S. a'nd S.l.L. in South; Australia js mak ing a big appeal to the public for funds between April 15 and April 33 .next. It is then anticipated that somcith ng in the region ol £50,000 'will I)e raissd, though in some vmart ' c-r* it is -confidently expected that the ? amount will be nearer £70,000 or ' £80,000. Tka Pirie gub-!!>rant'h. ol the Association considers it should pet at lea3t £1,000 of this amount, and there ha? been a considerable j anioimt of negotiating with the Ade laide Executive over the matter. A , returned HOldier, discussing the auair 'yesterday, summed up the position by I keying- '""Adelaide wants to draw ev erything to the c'.ty, but we are not ! going- to stand th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

Bushels of Bargains. C3 .J / V i > II 5^1 ertci Mv vV 3 s. iSlOW O W and' Shoe's. "T WO PAIRS KOft THE PRICE OF ONE." S<\: for Yourself. Briusr Father. Mother; in fact, bring- the Whole Familv. Wo Can Fit You All at Half Price. SEE OUR WINDOWS AND BE WISE. Space -will not allow ns -to ennmeratethe Many Hundreds of Bargains, but - - -- - - v. -We Quote These as a Fair-Sample 200 PAIRS of LADIES' HIGH GRADE SAMPLES, mostly size i and 5, in Boots and Shoes. "Not one pair usually sold under 2?/ to ,'!0/. You so.- tiiPin. OUR PRICE: 14/9.-.Not paper talk. £4000 WORTH GOING AT HALF PRICE. Our HiifV' and Complete Stock is Completely Hurl and Insulted at the Ruth less and Indiscriminate marking1 of the . "RED PENCIL." EVERY PAIR IN THE STORE REDUCED AND GOING AT HALF PRICE. GENTS. Sec Our Wonderful Offering at 15/9. "THK SALE EVERYBODY* IS WAITING FOR." -STA1TE," THE LIVELY BOOTMAN. SAYS "SALE." TIE MEANS IT. IT'S SOME SALE. GET BUSY. Th@ Big Drapery Emporium 1IAYE YOU SEEN TH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

ft BIQ 3-STAR ATTRACTION. ' CASINO:" «:T@-ri1ght - CASINO A BIG TRIANGLE STAR SENSATION WILLIAMS DESMOND* the Screen- idol, in" Qs V A SENSATIONAL STORY OF A NE'ER-DO-WELL. GREAT ACTS OF ROMANCE. AND INTENSE EXCITEMENT. 2000 LAUGHS IN ilLS GREATEST . COMEDY. 2000 LAUGHS. " The Adventurer/® A REAL RIOT OF LAUGHTER AND FUN. LOST, A COOK, HER IVIARRiAGE FAILURE, THE GAZETTE, A Rollicking 2000ft. Keystone Comedy A Triangle Runmnce. Pathos Great Topical To-Night : : Casino : s ToftSSght OjplbiioouX Notice Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things «very one wants, especially when suffering Ironi Eye troubles. You gel them all at ENSONS Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We yive Glasses only when necessary. .Manager, G.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and upucian. B. T. Collins Pian@s Organ? . And Music Warehouse ALEXANDER-STREET, POET pirie. ^porter of Highi-Grade Pianos and Organs, Gramophones, Records, and Musical Instruments. All the Latest and Most Up-to-dato Music and...

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