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GERMAN PROPERTY. HELD BY PUBLIC TRUSTEE. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 February 1918

GERMAN PROPERTY. If ELD RY PUIVLir, TRUHTE! ADF/LAIDK, FrirUx The Public Trust-,! Hiatal to-day that something like «C 130.000,001' worth of CJe''man property ia held by tho Public Trustee in England, and the German Govctomenl hold consid erable English moDeya, although nothing iiko the eamo amount. In view of the fact that Germany may later jon deride to confiscate all Ger roan property and- moneys belonging tq British fuibvecis <the uupshlou ol tKe disposal of the moneys or prop erty belonging or be H'eath'tl t> Ger mans wilL bo held over till after the war in order {o soo what attitude tin Kaiser's Government will adopt c-n the subject. Should tli^j Germans d - cido oa the confisc^ti-on thi> Alli.-d countries will mj doubt adopt th . same policy-.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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PANIC IN PETROGRAD. BOLSHEVIKS IN A MUDDLE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

PANIC IN PETROGRAD. BOLSHEVIKS IX A MUDDLK. (Pubisheci 5n The Times). LONDON. Patiinlay. The correspondent of Tito Times at Potroarad states: Reval is isolated and its early occupation by the Germans is expected. The Bolshevik Government have fal len into a complete muddle. They (rv to stem the wild panic by proclama tions discounting- the German advance and ; claiming 'that only parties of a 1000 or 1500 troops are ndvnnein.v, and they are handing over the south ern cities to the Ukrainians and Poles. The Bolsheviks are endeavoring to re establish' discipline in the Baltic fleet, of which Captain Goutsharoff has been apnointed chief commander. The soldiers at Ueval have refused '.o assist in the work of evacuation. . Demobilisation at Moscow has been stopped. The foreign Embassies n are prepar ing to leave Pelro.^rad. The city is in a strong anti-Bolshevik frame of mind, and crowds at street corners are dis cussing the necessity for action. Tiie food crisis Ss severe . but. tbc onl...

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GERMANY RENEWING PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

I GERMANY RENEWING PEACE I NEGOTIATIONS. (Router's Service) ? - VANCOUVER. Saturday. News has been received that Ger many is renewing- peace heffoliajions with Russia.

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GERMANS REPORT SUCCESSES. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

GERMANS REPORT SUCCESSES. (Wireless Prnss). LONDON. Saturday. A German official message states: Our troops in Esthonia nr« pressing eastwards. Wo occupied War!;, in Li vonia, and Dubno.

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NEGOTIATIONS WITH RUSSIA. MAY BE RESUMED. (Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

NEGOTIATIONS WITH RUSSF,*. MAY BE RESUMED. (?Renter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Saturday. I The Cokal Anziegcr stales that after having a conference with Count Cxer nin and M. Averescu (Rumanian Pre mier) at Bucharest. Dr. Kue.hlmann, who lias frono to Bucharest,. oxpeets to renew negotiations with Russia at Brest Litovsy to ascertain if flic Rus sians will undertake to . accept; thy terms laid down by Germany.

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GERMAN REPORT. ESTHONIAN REGIMENT CRAWLS TO ENEMY. RAPID MARCH INTO RUSSIA. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

GERMAN REPORT. CRAWLS RAPID MARCH INTO RUSSIA. (Wireless Press}. LONDON, Saturday. A German official message states \\> occupied Hapscl, in Esthonia. ' Thft first Est.honian . regiment has placed itsel/ at the disposal of the German command. \VV are beyond Konneburgr, Walmar and Spatuiau. Wc entered Riczitza amidst lh<' rejoicings of the inhabi tants. From thence we advanced to Luiziri and occupied Minsk. Our assistance of the Ukraine for ces in their struggle. for freedom is progressing. We junctioned with Ukrainian detachments-at-Novo Grado lensh. Other columns are marching on Bubo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

W. F. WELLS & CO., Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL WEN'S WEAR. Oar Selection of Men's Suita for Quality, Variety, Cat' and FiniaK, aR Tailor-Made, cannot be beatem i* the Common-wealth. Many lines still at Old Pri-<ss. We-are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lin&s. The3e were bought many months ago to arrive, and ase at, the preoent time much be low tke market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDEB-STEEET, POET PIBIE. IE you liave a WATCH and its a Deceiver, bring it to " us. We will take tlie deceit out of it. All Work faithfully and well rione, and Guaranteed. - - W. L. PAiMEMMQ© WATCHMAKERS, &c., Alexander Street (opposite Blight Bros.) s. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER. GAS FITTER. Ac. TANKS, BATIISTAND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST.. PORT PIRIE Ladies' Washing :<nd Ready - k> - Wow Hals, 5/11 to 7/11;...

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— THE — Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. MONDAY, FEB/RUARY 25, 1918. ESSAYS ON SWIMMING POOL SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

Published Daily. MONDAY, FEB/RUARY 25. 1918. ESSAYS ON SWIMMING POOL SCHEME. The Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan), speaking at ihe annual demonstration of the Port Pirie High School on Thursday night, said that he had ob tained permission from the Headmaster (Mr N. H. Edwards) to present three prizes for the best essays from stu dent's of the High School on the sub ject of his swimming pool scheme at Solomontown. The essays were to be judged by Mr Edwards. The announce ment was received with applause.

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Russia and Germany ORDERS FOR REVOLUTIONARY MOBILISATION. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

ORDERS FOR REVOLUTIONARY MOBILISATION. (Wireless Press). s LONDON, Saturday. A Russian message states: Krylenko has given orders for a revolutionary mobilisation for guerilla warfare: in every street, village and town if the Germans refuse to conclude peace.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

WANTED ADVERTISEMENTS. Under this heading i6 words (r prepaid) 1/, three consecutive inser tions 2/fi. No advertisement booker under 2/6. SUNLIGHT'S Last Raid will be the talk of Port Pirle. 'Tis. the most thrilling- Picture ever filmed. Be sure and see it. Exclusively at Ca sino To-night. WANTED. Girl for pantry work. Apply Britannia Cafe. Arc -SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY FINE RANGE of iic Sho\% ot CliRIAI^S is con&idcrcd UOOD>? \\e 1ia\c.LACb CL TAINS l'roni i/'G to 45/ Pair, in splendid designs. - GRASS LAWN .anil . COLD -MADRAS 'CURTAINS -. arc showing' lo Great, Advacilajrc., . , ' - We iiave a Very Tine Lot of CRETTONNKS. Among Hie Designs are Uii.suitable' for Furnishing,' or tint Latest in Skirts. One Jine. NEVER- , ' SiHLK 'CRETTONNE, in Reil or Green, at 2/i 1 yard. A Very Pretty Cret tuiinc ; reversible) at i/G yard. lf yi.'ii are desirous of RK-COVERING yyur DOWN 'JUII.T for Hie win ter. si-f Diir Selections of FLORAL S-M'TEENS, just tile tiling: for Use pur pose...

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SMELTERS EMPLOYES. PROPOSED HOLIDAY RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

SMELTERS EMPLOYES. PROPOSED HOLIDAY KESORT. To c^brate tho completion pf the first, stage of th'e founding p£ tjic co-operative store the members of the provisional Co-operative Council ?were invited by the Company to an excursion across to Backy Bay yes terday. In addition, representatives of tth& various unions were . invited to be present. The excursionists visited a beach about two miles from Point Lowly where it is contemplated to establish a holiday resort for emplyes.

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EAST AFRICA. CHASING THE ENEMY. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

EAST AFRICA. CHASING THE EXEMPT. (Reutfirs Service). LONDON, Saturday. An official message says: We dis lodged the enemy forces from the Lu jenda Valley and forced their retire ment southwards towards the Upper Lurio River. We prisonered some fn the vicinity of Mount. Arikal, Uvambnl. and Aboma. The Portuguese have re-oecupied Malokte'ra. * The British are following up the main body of the enemy along and northward of Lurio.

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YOUNG WOMAN'S SUDDEN DEATH. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

YOUNG WOMAN'S SUDDEN DEATH. ADELAIDE, Sunday. II. was reported to file pulire last J ijight that .Miss Hilda Wilkinson, aged j23, called at a.hoarding house in Ade laido. on Saturday, and ;iske<i Tor a room. i?he was told that there was none available, and then the woman vm,irked. "Will yon give nie a drink of water. I am feeling ill." Slie was taken inside, and the landlady went for a drink. When she returned Miss Wil kinson had died. The Coroner is having enquiries made.

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MYSTERIOUS "X." ALARM AT THE BARRIER. SEVEN DEATHS. BROKEN HILL, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

MYSTERIOUS "X." ALARM AT THE BARRIER. SEVEN DEATHS. BROKEN HILL, Sunday. Up lo the present there have been s^even deaths in tile hospital from "X." disease, am) the people are be coming alarmed. Apart, from the hos pital, there have been several cases outside. There was a similar epidcmic last year, and of 16 cases only throe recovered. Five cases are now in hos pital. It is asserted thai, the theory riiat the disease is due to eating un washed fruit has been upset by post mortem examinations. The symptoms .begin with a headache. Vomiting fol lows. and after that speech is affected. Then either delirium or total uncon sciousness occurs.

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REFERENCES IN ADELAIDE ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

REFERENCES IN ADELAIDE V ADELAIDE. Sunday. Many references wore made in the churchcs to-day to the capture of Jcrielio'by the Australians.

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ANOTHER MINE OFF NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

ANOTHER MINE OFF NEW ZEALAND WELLINGTON (N.Z1), Sunday. A second mine lias been discovered and destroyed off Cape Farewell.

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AUSTRALIANS LEAD INTO JERICHO (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

AUSTRALIANS S.EAO INTO JERICHO (Reutor's Service) LONDON, Friday. ' The Australian cavalry tod the Brit ish eailry into Jericho this morning.

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ALLEGED ASSAULT. UNIONISTS VERSUS NATIONAL WORKERS. PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

ALLEGED ASSAULT. UNIONISTS VERSUS NATION \L WORKERS. PERTH, Sunday. Tfoublc has occurred in Fremantlc between unionists and national work ers. Three of the former have been arrested for allegedly assaulting the latter. The incident arose from a de velopment a'fortnight ago, when the wheat lumpers struck for increased wages.

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Palestine AUSTRALIANS CAPTURE JERICHO. THE ENEMY RETIRING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

AUSTRALIANS CAPTURE JERICHO. THE ENEMY RETIRING. (Reulcr's Service). LONDON. Saturday. A P.desline oflieial report. states: nnr jurri's advancing on Thursday morning encountered small opposi tion, -.mil at S.30 a.m. the Australian n;< nrl>-'1 troops entered Jericho ami established themselves a line between the. .Ionian and Wadiauja. The wea ther is had. Our. casualties on Wed nesday were slight. .. Forty-six Turks were, prisonered. We extended our po f.if-ons north and- north-westward of .Jerusalem.- . ? A later Palestine, official message stales: The enemy from Jericho re ?tin-rf northwards towards Wadiauja. Irving posts on high ground on the left 'fnmk. They also retired eastwards .?across ,lUe Jordan, holding the bridge head at Kighoraniye.

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Port Pirie High School THE ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. ADDRESS BY THE HON. H. JACKSON [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 25 February 1918

o "!i THE ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. ADDRESS BY THE HON. II. JACKSON* The annual demonstration of the' Port Piric High School took place at the school, Mary-EUie street, on Thurs day night. Mr II. A. Chester (chairman of the Council) presided over a large attendance of students, parents and1 others interested. Also on the plat form were the Hon. H. Jackson (Com missioner of Crown Lands), the Mayor of Port Piric* (Mr A. B. Forgan), Mr W. .T. C. Cole, M.P.. and the Headmas ter of the school (Mr N. II. Edwards)> It bad been arranged that, the newlv^ appointed Minister of Education (the Hon. W. H. Harvey ) and the Director of Education (Mr M. Maughan) should also be present and deliver addresses, but just before the gathering com menced a ielegram was received stat ing that their motor car had broken down near Wilmington. It was at first hoped Mint they would be able to reach Port Piri» by 9 o'clock, but they had not. arrived when the meeting closed. Tim proceedings throughout were charac...

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