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BIG GUNS ACTIVE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

BIG GUNS ACTIVE. LONDON, Sunday.. " A later Ferneh communique reports: There have been lively artillery ac tions on the right of the Meuse, in the Woevre, Domevre and Badonvillers re gions. There is a violent enemy bom bardment of our lines north of the Rhine-Rhone Canal.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The War. The Western Front ENEMY ATTACK FAILS. (Heuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

The Western Front ENEMY ATTACK FA!LS. neuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. A ;? {French. communjfcjuo reports : TJiere have teen fairiy lively, Ibombard racnts.' on thp. Boiselchaums iront. Artillery firing prevented an enemy attack north-eas;t of 'Seilloa an Lor raine, as he was preparing to leave his lines. . ' 4 .

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

BOAT EACE. A four-oared boat ra-e wns rowed .on the river on Saturday in ccnne<t ion with the Regatfea, aad after a splendid tussle it resulted in a dead Jheat. The crews were as follows 'Carara- S. Harmer (strokrt)/ W. Snow ball, S. Leonard, - Graham ('bow), Matthews? (cox) . Ataupa-E. S- Love (stroke), J- Jessop, S. Estick, G. Leg^e (bow), T. Bell (cox).

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PROCESSION ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

j iPJROCESSION ONi ST. PATRICK'S DAY. At a meeting of the Town Council last night a letter was received from Mr. J. J. Madigan, s& (rotary of the St. Patrick's! Day arrangements in iPort jPirie, seeking permission to hold the' usual procession on Wednes day, March 13. On thes motion of Or. Hopkins, seconded *by Cr.- Free man, the application was granted.

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RUMANIA AND PEACE. AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

RUMANIA AND PEACE. I AMSTERDAM, Sunday. A Vienna message says: It is offi cially reported from Bucharest that negotiations with the Rumanians are progressing favorably.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

I I I PERSONAL. i Mr J. B. Tayier, stationmastcr at j flic Port Pirie office, has been selected! to iill the position of acting-traffic superintendent at Petersburg during the absence, on holiday leave, of Mr J. Henderson. Mr Tayier was the first sfcuiumnaster at the Cockburn border after the Broken Hill line was taken over by the Government from the con tractor?-Messrs Millar Brothers. Mr H. H;iy, manager of the Port Pirie branch of the Savings Bank, has returned from his holiday.

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GERMANY WILL USE AALAND ISLANDS. STRONG PROTEST FROM SWEDEN. STOCKHOLM, Snnday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

GERMANY WILL USE AALAND ISLANDS. TRONG PROTEST FROM SWEDE* STOCKHOLM, Snnday. Germany has officially informed Sweden that she is sending troops to Finland to suppress the revolution, and the German. troops will use the Aaland Islands as a halting place. Ger many assures Sweden that she has no territorial interests in the Aalanad Is lands, and recognises Sweden's vital interests there. ! Sweden has replied that, she strong ly objects to'the eventual inclusion of the Aaland Islands in the sphere of war operations, and emphasises that even .a limited utilisation of the islands ac cording to.Germany's conditions might create difficulties, in the way of Swe den's humanitarian work for the pro tection of the population of the islands.

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DOEOTHY QUADRILLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

DOEOTHY QUADRILLES. Thq Dorothy Quadrille class will op en their dancing season this evening.

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ELECTRIC LIGHT MATTERS. .. oMAYGR SATISFIED WITH AGREEMENT. NEW MAINS READY WITHIN FORT-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

ELECTRIC LIGHT MATTERS. .. o MAYGR SATISFIED WITH AGREE MENT. NEW MAINS READY WITHIN FORT NIGHT. The .Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgaii), in iiis report at a. meeting- of the Town Council last night; said that the com mittee appointed by {lie Council had met officials of the Broken Hill Asso ciated Smelters in connection with the electric light agreement, and, us he had told one of {lie officials afterwards, lie was not only satisfied but was ex ceedingly gratified, and he liad ex pressed thanks on behalf of the towns people for the very excellent agive menl which the company had offered them. i , The Electric Light Committee re ported: A meetingwas held on February 18, at which there were present the .Mayor and Crs. Oood<\ Geddes, Paviich and Hopkins. 1. Re *7/1 't wire: Resolved to obtain further indent <[uotatioii before pur chasing". -2. Re i'rest Urns' aplication for power for motor: Resolved that per mission he granted to install a service ! for power, sufficient f...

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IRELAND. CLARE QUIET. (Published in The Times) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

IRELAND. CLARE QUIET. (Published in The Times1 LONDON, Sunday. Thet Tiroes correspondent at Dublin Bays General French and General Ma hon have left lor Ennis. The County of Clare has been tree from disorder for tltf'ee days, and un demonstrative crowds witnessed tns removal of the body of James Byan, ' wlio was shot by the police after tho CastlePergUs cattle %hive.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

Are SHOWING THIS WEEK a V ERY FINE RANGE of Our Show of CURTAINS is considered GOOD. We have LACE'CI I'. TAIXS ft'uiii i'O to -55/ Pair, in splendid designs. GRASS LAWN and COLD MADRAS CURTAINS are showing to Greal3 Advantage. Wo have a Very Fine Lot of CRETTONNES. Among- the Designs are liinsc. suitable for Furnishing, or the Latest in Skirls. One line REVER SIH.LE CRKTTONNE. in Red or Green, at 2/11 yard. A .Very Pretty Cret tunne (reversible) at 4/.G yard ' If you are desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT for the win-.. lor. see our Selections of FLGRAL SATTEENS, just the thing lor the pur pose. We have a few Very Dainty Lines in -IAP CREPE, which make up very prettily for Kimonas, Dressing Jackets, etc. ' . There are MAN\ OTHER LINES to INFEREbl 10U at >'\Aj*\yyvif*j/W>iiniiinLinuiru|Ttinu"uy^ili''ii(i'u'|'iii'>/\ OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The Bag: House where the Values are. RGBT. FLETT1 SON, Watchmakers; Jewellers, and Opticians. ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIE We liave Co...

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ALLEGED INSANITARY ALLOTMENTS. MESSRS MORROW, MALONE AND SAWTELL TO BE PROCEEDED AGAINST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 March 1918

ALLEGED INF,UNITARY ALLOT MENTS. \SK>SRS MOKHOW, MALONK AND S YWTELL TO HE PROCEEDED AGAINST. The Town Health Inspector .Major A. Leonard), in the course of his re port- to the Local Board of Health last night, stated: Notice,s to W. Morrow, Ma lone, and Sawtell arc lime expired. Ma- i J0110 has issued instructions for the work to lit.- taken in hand. Morrow lias also issued instructions to put i the work in hand. Nothing' lias been I done by Sawtell. 1 respectfully ask I you to deal with these matters. j The Town Clerk (Mr K. E. Garrett) ; stated that he had that day received a note from Messrs Blight Bros., agents for Mr Morrow. Cr. Warren asked when the notices expired, and the Inspector gave the following' replies: Morrow, February 22; Fawtell, February 20; " Malone, February 25. Further questioned, the Inspector said the notices allowed t ? di'yp for compliance. Cr. Warren, after perusing the no tices. moved that the notices served on William Morrow on February 8 in respect ...

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Russia KRYLENKO ORDERS CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

KliYLEKKo ORDERS CESSATION \ OF HOSTILITIES. LONDON", Mondav. A Kussian official report states : Krylenko has onle^-d the llussiaus to Iceaso hostilities but to remain at tboir present positions.

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THE RAIDER WOLF. (Published in The Times.) (LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

THE RAIDER WOLF. Published in The Times.) {LONDON,, Tuesday. A Copenhagen messagei states that the German raider,,$roli caught all wireless messages, \Vhich enabled her to avoid danger. Messages .caught by the Wolf included several front .armed British transports.

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ENGLISH WAR BONDS RUSHED. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

ENGLISH WAR BONDS RUSHED. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Wednesday War ."bond gales in the couBtry bave .been vast, Same totala greatly exceed inw expectations. Liverpool was lore mtrst, raising £4,750,000 yesterday.

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RATIONING IN ENGLAND. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

RATIONING IN ENGLAND. (Published in -The Times). LONDON. Monday. The Times political" correspondent *ays that Lord Rhondda desires to postpone treat! rationing-, but, the v/heat and food position will be acute for the nextj six or eight -weeks. Sug ar supplies a»e more uncertain, and ia reduction of the ration is possible.

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REJOICING IN GERMANY. (United Cable service). AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

REJOICING IN GERMANY. (United Cable service). AMvSTEliDAM, Tuesday. Tiic German press greets tho Kus sian peace as a masterstroke. The Kaiser's telegram to Count Hurtling ia placarded' everywhere in Berlin, and tho people are waving flags. The schools ivill be given a holiday to day. The Loipsig Xeuests Isashricten states "that Serbia and 3Iont«u©gro will negotiate for peace in a few weoke, and that they must agree on account of liussia'a defection. The paper .adds that the 'Germans, will support Austria's territorial claims.

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MUNICIPAL MATTERS. FORTNIGHTLY COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

MUNICIPAL MATTERS. FORTNIGHTLY COUNCIL MEETING. The fortnightly meeting" of the Port Pirie Town Council was held in the Council Chamber on .Monday, night. The Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan) presid ed, and there were also present: Crs. J. S. Geddes, L. A. Hopkins, T. R. Taylor, M. L. Warren, T. Y. Freeman, ? [A.- G. Palmer and M. Goode; the Town Clerk (Mr E. E. Garrett); the Electric ian-(Mr P. H. Rieschiek); the Survey or .(Mr T. Farrell), and the Inspector I(Major A. Leonard). { Baskets in Plantation. I The Mayor said it had been sugges ted to him that baskets for refuse (should be placed in the plantation in front of the house of the late Captain Murdock, so that there would be no litter caused by paper and food scraps thrown down by school children. It was an excellent little plantation. At a later stage of the proceedings, the suggestion was adopted,' on the .motion of Cr. Warren. [ Repairs to Tennis Courts. I A letter was received from the com mittee of the Tennis Club asking that the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

IN RflElSlORIAfV!. EMMETT.-In loving memory of our dear friend Jack", who died at Port Pirie, March 5, 1917. 'Tis swe'et to. be remembered, And this our wish will show We hold you still in memory As years may come and go. -Inserted by his loving friends, Mrs Telford and family.

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Rosso-German Peace TEXT OF THE TREATY. (Reuter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 6 March 1918

Rosso-German Peace TEXT OF THE TREATY. (Renter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, -Monday. Berlin officially issues the text of (lie peace treaty between Germany. Auslro-Hungary anil Turkey on the One hand and Russia. Article 1 stipulates that the con tracting- parlies shall live henceforth in peace and friendship. Article 2.states that- the parties shall refrain from all agitation and provoca tion against- the existence of Govern ment or State and will spare the popu lations of occupied regions. Thirdly, it is agreed that the regions lying west of a line to lie agreed upon by the contracting' parties formerly be longing' to Russia shall be no longer under* Russian territory. This line in the west- will In; lixed by a mixed Russo-German Commission. The re gions in question will, have no obliga tion whatever towards Russia arising from former relations if Russia re frains, from all interference in the in ternal affairs of these territories and allows Austro-Germany to determine their future fate...

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