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Japanese Action Probable AWAITING PRESIDENT WILSON'S SIGNAL. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

AWAITING PRESIDENT WILSON'S SIGNAL. . tRouter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. It i»! understood in political circles in Japan that intervention in Siberia now depends solely upon F resident Wilson. There is' no 'doubt that Bri tain, France, and Italy have assented to Japanese action. A high; .Japanese oflic:a! in London states' it hat - Japan has long. been wait in j; chance for elfectiva military -co-operation h} conformity with the Allies' interests ami that- there are large Japanese forces in Korea and Manchuria ready fo a-ivar.ee at a tew houns' ntj'ica. Tlu-se will be J sick ly -reinforced. The Russo-Japanese .oiFeiisivekand defensive alliance h:;s not been abrogTated by the I'olsheviU policy, and Japan is entitled to in terfere with: >ut antagonising Russia. 'file Triantsin correspondent oi'- the Weekly Despatch states that the Chinese oress reports that, Japan and China are already despatching, troops to Siberia a'nd Manchuria respective ly. Japanese official- here are sphin...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE NEW ART OF WAR. (Published in The Times) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

THE NEW ART OF WAR. } (Published in The Times) Mr. Perry Kobiuson,. correspondent ,o! The Times at British headcfuart fers, deaciiibes a new school* in in struction at the front. Ostensibly it is for bayonet and musketry work, -but really it' is tc-r teaching tbelarg er creed of physical and moral, fitness, keenness, g«od fellowship, atnd c&ma radie. Small1 time is given to drill, and smaller still to lectures, which are an entertauiing, wholeBome talk, full of humor and' anecdote. The graat* thing1 is the games. All games ,'teach a Sombination /of self-reliance, 'quickness of hand, footj an<$ eye. Tbe [games include fencing^ iboxing^ baa 'ketball, football, and tug-of-war. The insCructora include .world's champions It is -'a .delight to watch ;a hundred men in a great gymnasium, iboxing and wrestling.- and hundreds outside on a wind-swept hill engaged at oth er sports. Nowhere else i^ there su-b a scene of riotous> exuberant life and physical fitness. A three ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Venice Bombed WORST RAID YET EXPERIENCED. SCARS WILL ALWAYS REMAIN. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

Venice Bombed WORST RAID YET EXPERIENCED. SCABS WILL ALWAYS* REMAIN. (United Gable Service). LONDON. Saturday. I Mr. Ward Price, the British, "war I correnr.ondent, .states : The -ioth'rtiid j was the -worst yet; experienced on j Venice. Tt lasted ;tor eight hours, j Three {hundred bombs were dropped, and 3S= houses and jtliree. churches : were destroyed. Yenioa will never "lose the scars the vandals made this ; naorning.

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THE LINES RE-ESTABLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

THE LINES RE-ESTABLISHED. A French communique states : In it-he regions of Kheims and Ohampagre lie enemy artillery is very feeble, j The French since morning -have com ; pletely re-established their lines at ! Pompelle. An attack against' iiiat ?! position nt night wa's effected by tivo ; battalions. J There* was lively cannanaflin<r c-n | the right ol the Mouse, at Hill 314, j north of Bezonvaux.

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FRANCE READY FOR ANYTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

FRANCE READY FOfi ANYTHING. Keuters correspondent at French headquarters, writing1 yesterday, said that as the season advances and the shadows of the expected German of fensive looms larger, it is comforting to know' tha't the French are- ready in every sector of the long line, to meet the blow whenp.ver it falls. Be hind' the French front, as behind the British front, the "winter has been a tinm oi silent, methodical prepara tion- "Unnumbered miles o? trenches' have been dug, road3 and communica tions have |beeii| improved, fresh, nion .stroua growths of vine have sprung up on every road and1 field through which the German * ?'advance can con ceivably lie, artillery 'and*, munitions are ready in quantities the Germans have never befcVe encountered, but' a surer, stronger defence -is the uncon querable spirit oi' tha French soldiers They are ready as they (have" always been, and are better prepared than ever' before.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

THANKS. Mr find Mrs }V. J. GLIDDON un3 FAMILY wish to THANK the unknown gentleman who rescued her, and Mrs Mackay, Mr Head, Dr. Dawson, and the many little school friends for the kind jness shown to their daughter Doreen, |and prompt attention in saving her life at Solomon town Beach on Saturday afternoon. IN MEMORMM. MESCHKE. - In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died at Port Pirie March 4, 1917. Though death divides, fond memory clings. -Inserted by his loving wife and sons.

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The French Attacked HEAVY GERMAN ASSAULTS. FOOTING GAINED AT SOME POINTS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

The French Attacked HEAVY GERMAN ASSAULTS. FOOTING GAINED AT SOME * POINTS. (Reuter's Service). . LONDON. Saturday. A French communique reports: An-intense artillery duel rages in the region north and north-west of Rheitns and in the Champagne heights. South-west of Butte (tu Mesnil the enemy, after being driven out by coun ter attacks from some points where .he had penetrated this morning." reas saulted with fresh forces. After seve ral unsuccessful attempts, with heavy losses, the enemy, regained a footing in part of the positions we captured on February, 13. The enemy violently bombarded our first line front at Beaumont, Chaume Wood and Sucheprey, where a big raid was repu.'sed at two points. Last night the enemy attaac.ked at La Pompelle, but our fire drove him back. He violently reattacked,. making renewed 'efforts to reach the fort of La Pompelle. Isolated elements suc ceeded in gaining a footing on the northern portion of a small work on the west of 'the fort. The enemy at th...

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The Recorder Published Daily. MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1918. ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

Published Daily. MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1918. ST. PATRICK'S DAY 11ACE MEET 1NG. Mr. .T. J. Madigan, secretary of the St.'Patrick's Day Rac<j Meeting and sports, liotilics that, nominations for nil the horse racing events .(cxcept, th0 Hack Race) close to-morrow (Tues day).

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A SHARK IN THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

A' SHARK IN THE RIVER. It is reported that a shark about Mft. long was seen up the* river on .Saturday morning- at about 6 o'clock.

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PLANNED OPERATIONS. AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

PLANNED OPERATIONS. AMSTERDAM, Saturday. Tlie Koelnischke Volks Zeitung- re liably declares that upon the expir; lof the ultimatum to Rumania planned .operations against Rumania will pro ceed.

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F.E.D. AND F. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

F.E.D. AND F. ASSOCIATION. A special; meeting ot tli^ F.K.I), and F.A. will he held in the A.W.A. Hall at 10.30 o'clock this morning) to deal with a report ofi Relegates to the Barrier .conference and oth.fcr import ant matters. Members working. 011 the gantries are parti /ulaiiv asked to attend.

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RUMANIA AMD THE CENTRAL POWERS. NEGOTIATIONS BREAKING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

RUMANIA AMD THE CENTRAL POWERS. NEGOTIATIONS BREAKING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. Tliere Are indications that negotia tions between the Central Powers and Rumania are breaking down owing: to the heavy enemp demands:

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

PERSONAL. Mr Edgar, Desenhardt. of Moonta, is spending a holiday with his parents, Mr and Mrs C. A. Degenhardt, of Solo mon town. , Nurse Mayor, who joined the staff of the Pont Pirie Hospital as a charge nurse only a week a,-ro. has been called lto Keswick for military duties. Nurse Mayor has had her name enrolled for military service for some time. Mr Lionel Hill, one of the Australian Labor Parly's selected candidates for the Port Pirie District, is in the town.'

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SWIMMING. SATURDAY'S REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

SM/IfYiMING. SATURDAY'S RE GAIT A. A swimming-? regalia was held under the auspices of the Port. Pirie Amateur Swimming' and Lire-Saving1 Club on Saturday afternoon. 'Seating. accommo dation was arranged round Hie !>ui;k, and there was a large attendance. fit*, interested spectators. The Mayor sMr A. R. Pnrgan) - opened tfie function in a Citing speech. An interesting pro gram of events was carried out. TJiiv. competition was good, and a larg-: " amount of enthusiasm was displayed. . The Open Handicap, of 100 yards,. ' attracted a Held which necessitated the event being swum in two heals, the first and second in each of which will compete in The fmai, which will be held on -Wednesday'night. Those who are. left in the event are -1. Richard son (Pirie), H. Ball (West), W. Mag-, inay '(Piric) and 'IL Yeatman (West). Tin*. Uuck Hunt attracted 13. competi tor s, the winnie.r being L. Jones ; PirieV A duck was released in the water, and j given about 2*0 yards start, and th-.V {swimmer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

hi r Wif'l 11 iiiilut ii ^ffrtfBWrgasatMnBMaMataBaBg*--*1' V" irrvf ?"? 'JIti uiimwoaa A REMARKABLE STAR ATTRACTION. CASINO - To-night - CASINO VITA GRAP!I'S 1EXCS.TING MASTERPIECEr THE MESSAGE OF THE MOUSE An Intensely Sensational Story of Diplomatic Intrigue. 0000 FEET OF GRIM REALITY. 6000 FEET. FEATURING THE CHARMIMG ANITA STEWART. The Fatal SEIUES A'O. 13, "A DASH FOR ARABIA." Featuring- the Fearless PEARL WHITE in another Adventure. ipiiss The English Gazette A Laughable 1000ft. Comedy. - . Pathc's Great War Topical. To»N|ght : : Casino : ; ToNight $ © <? fl S « 1 1 i BLIGHT Brothers Licensed Land Brokers - - (Under Heal Properly Act. J;>sr,}. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. Money to Lend t i i ESTATES MANAGED. RENTS COLLECTED. Homes for Sale on Small Deposits Choice Selection. SURVEYS ARRANGED. ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS. SEVERAL TOWNSHIPS TU SELECT FROM. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, etc., prepared by Expert Con veyancer. OFFICE: / ALEXANDER STR...

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EXEMPT NIGHTS VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

EXEMPT NIGHTS VEHICLES. Itfarch 2-1, 25, 26, 27, 2S. April,22, 23, 24, 25, 26 May 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. June 20, 21, 22, 23, 21. July 20, 21, 22, 23, 21. August 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. September 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. October 16, 17, IS, 19'. 20. November114, 15, 16, 17, 18. December 14, 15, 16, 17, 18.

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PREPARING FOR SIEGE. FOOD SUPPLY ENDANGERRED. (Published in The Times) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

PREPARING FOR SIEGE. FOOL) SUPPLY EN DANG ERRED, fPublished in The Time?' LONDON", Saturdap. Tlio Times correspondent at Peiro irr.xl says that the People's Commis saries are preparing- for a long- siege ' of Petrograd. The Germans have resumed the ad vance from -IJskofr and liave occupied . KliasUku . It is expected that they will capture, Bologie, which is the, main channel for Petrograd's food supplies. The defenders may thus .be starved out if they resist. A Bolshevik proclamation says that the Germans are evidently determined to profit by the delays in the negotia tions and penetrate more deeply into Russia. The People's Commissaries urge the people not to yield any thin.?, but to fight to the last. They have ordered arm^d detachments to barrieale the provincial railway stations to prevent locNing and the use of the trains by tsoliders fleeing from the front unwil jing to light. _

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GERMANY INSISTS ON PEACE TREATY. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

GERMANY INSISTS ON PE.ftCE TREATY. (Reuter's Service). LONDON", Saturday. A Russian oflleial 'message says: The peace delegation a I Brest LitovsK reports that the Central Powers, reply ing to the request for a cessation of hostilities, declared that they would <-ease only when a peace treaty was signed. Three days have been allowed. , A later Russian oflleial message says: Lenin has received a message from tho Brest Litovsk delegation re questing a train with an escort. Lenin .comments: "This probably means that the Germans have broken off negotia tions. We must be ready for an imme-' diate Herman advance on Petrograd and. all the fronts. The people must rise to strengthen our defence .mea sures."

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AN ENEMY ATTACK. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 March 1918

AX ENEMY- ATTACK. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. * On 8 wide'front northward <jf Xeuvg Chapelle a strong party attacked and entered* the Portuguese * front trenches, but an immediate counter attack e-ected th» enemy -and com pletely restored the' situation.

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