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The Western Front FRENCH REPULSE AN ATTACK. THE AMERICANS BUSY. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

The Western Frost -.n- . - ? FRENCH REPULSE AN ATTACK. THE AMERICANS BUSY. (Reutor's Service.) .LONDON, Tue5d.1v. A French communique reports . .Fairly yioleqt artillery, firing, occurred, on the right of the Mcuse, in tho re gion/ of Coiirerco, , and at. tie Gliaume, whore a German attack wr g, lopulsod after a lively contest. An eaomy attack on Bois des C/u;v tjaliers was completely checked. A German! raid on American trench es in Lorraine was repulsed. Ameri can patrols took, prisoners.

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The Submarine Menace HELD, BUT NOT MASTERED. STATEMENT BY SIR ERIC GEDDES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

The Submarine Menace HELD,"BUT...NOT' MASTERED. STATEMENT BY SIR ERIC GEDDES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Toesday. | Sir Eric Geddes reiterates tire state ment that the submarine menace is held tout not yet mastered. He said that submarines were being increas ingly destroyed, and he was confident that their destruction would increase. 'He knew that the German submarine crews were growingly reluctant to put to sea, especially those operating in the North Sea, the North Atlantic and the English Channel. The enemy was of ten assisted by insufficient precautions as regards" lights on ships. Absolutely complete darkness was essential for their protection.

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"Soldiers of Chance." A STARTLING STAR SENSATION. CASINO—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

A STARTLING STAR SENSATION. CASINO-TO-NIGHT. The Ahambra Theatre should be the i scene of a very large audience thisJ | evening-, when a magnificent and most i entertaining.program is to be shown, s The star attraction is a. big Yitagraph | triumph entitled "Soldiers of Chance," ! a stirring Southern romance, superbly : presented in upwards of 5000 feet of ; excellent photoplay, and featuring Evart Overton, the popular movie fa vorite . "Soldiers of Chance"' depicts a powerful story and exposure of the .dreadful circumstantial evidence on I which a man is accused of murder, [tried, and condemned to death. The piot centres around a thrilling revolu tion, and some tremendous battle scenes are. introduced into the great pict-ire. which has not failed to attract record houses wherever it has been shc-wn. it is just that class of picture ti i _ jt 'plea.se.a: Pirlc audience, \ iould make a'-point .of : > it -is oi) the .program at; 1-. ad.:;ton to this glorious star pro .JucUon a- wel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

BIRTH. BROWN.-On March 5, to Mr and Mrs <5. Brown, of Government road, Pirie Town-a son; both well.

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JAPAN. THE PUBLIC FEELING. (Published in The Times). TOKIO, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

JAPAN. THE . PUBLIC FEELING. (Published ill The Times). TOKIO, Tuesday. Tii© Suyukai <and Ivensikai parties, which compose a large majority of the Diet, have passed a resolution against a movement of Japanese troops in the Far East until the situation beaomes more menacing. Public opinion de precates antagonising Russia, although it desires an effective chee-fe on Ger man designs. A message from Dublin states that Sinn Feiners tore and burnt two Ame rican flags that were carried by "boys 3 in f? procession in Galway.

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WOMEN'S REPRESENTATION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

WOMEN'S ' REPRESENTATION LEAGUE. Mrs Jeanne P. Young-, honorary sec retary of the Women's Representation League, writes: I am requested.by my committee to report to you that a league has been formed ia Adelaide for <the purpose of securing the election .to Parliament, and all other bodies, of representative women who have agreed to the first step to purity of and stabil ity of government, viz., the adoption of effective voting. With this purpose in view, they will strive to do all in their power to bring about this desir able reform. Other measures upon which the League is emphatic are em bodied in the objects and platform en closed, which we shall be grateful if "on can find space to publish. Our der .sire- is- to create interest in the move ment, and encourage thinking - in country. centres to .join . our central League, to form -. .??> assist ;n carrying-out our oNects, 2nd to' send in names- 6t suii "t-i representative local .:women ...-'.> nr.-y ze' ?rep"?ed to...

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The Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. THE PARTY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

the Published Daily. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. . THE PASTY SYSTEM. Hie Bulletin hits the nail on the head : The party system! dotesii't jrnajke room foil clean politics. There is no hansard and no newspaper report > dealing with those secret innerffarlia ments which really run the show, while the public, which pays the bill, Only gets the husk of a foregone* con clusion in the outer or visible [BaTlia ment. The Caucus members come out with a unanimous resolution in their mouths, .and what, inducements -were afforded to make it unanimous they know, but they don't tell. Once the secrets of the N.S. Wales Lalbor Caucus leaked badly, but the mem ber, now "deceased, who used to listen at the keyhole was discovered, and since then mora precautions have been taken.

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CREW OF THE SEA ADLER. (Published in The Times.) VALPARAISO, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

CREW OF THE SEiA ADLER. (Published in The Times.) VALPARAISO, Tuesday. A Chilian schooner has landed at Talfahuano 58 officers and crew of the Sea Adler from a schooner for Tuna which was wrecked at Easter Island.

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BLEEDING THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

BLEEDING THE WORLD. In an* article.in thje Wedtminstec Gazette on the subject of tie Rub*O German peace terms, thg writer says'. Tha situation again? reveals the (Prus sian in his true colors^ He tdis aBemberang .Russia as his forebears partitioned* Poland. t There will foo no Russia left in the coming century if he can help it. The Baltic pro vinces' and Ukraine, tinder, one form or another, are to be the, vassals of the Central Empires Poland bei*omfes enslaved, and ia helplessly at tha 'disposal ©! itfcetta&a Powers. The Turk isto(be reinstated jcn Armenia, and given :anj opportunity of extinguishing the remnant (o$ the Christian population which has sur-j: vived the massacres. For cynicism and callousness, the "thing is without parallel, and' if it stands it means an inexhaustible (leg acy of trouble, strife, antf discontent for the world. The writer ol the article pr<S"*aods to show the impassable gulf between the Allied Labor war aims and the Prussian aims, ...

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HOW THE MONEY GOES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

HOW THE MONEY (JOES. While we are howling, at the Hefenca Department we might (says the Bull etin) spare a squeak fon Home 'Af fairs and its brilliant and economical administration of tha Northetai fferri tory. By June next the elephant will have costi the Commonwealth £6,335,918. This year there will be a deficit of £223,000, besides .£60,000 for new public works. To govern 3,554 whit© people costs £100,000 a year. There are 10 farmers and there are 20 officers in the Agricultur al Department inoluding a parasitolo gist to look after others. There is an officer of the Mines Department to every teij( miners or thereabouts and as every year the number of miners is less the officers will presently win. Meanwhile, encouraged by this brill iant example c& the Commonwealth Governmedt'd ''"organisation," Hugh es proposes to ^'organise" the ijjj4aa try and commerce of the vrholg Com monwealth. And nobody locks hioi up.

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THE SIBERIAN FRONTIER. PICKED CHINESE TROOPS ON GUARD. (Published in The Times.) PEKING, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

THE SIBERIAN FRONTIER. PICKED CHINESE TROOPS 0?! GUARD. (Published in The Times.) PEKING, Tuesday. Pending Japanese intervention, China is sending' picked troops to guard the Siberian frontiers.

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CYCLIST TRAFFIC IN PARKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

"\CYCLIST. TRAFFIC IN PARK LANDS. T&e. Town Govincil, at its meeting on Monday night, received a letter from its solicitors (Messrs. Barwell '& Hague), stating that although tbey were of opinion that the control, o£ cyclist traffic in the parks was sub ject to a special parklands iby-law, they thought; thati if ) notices- were iplaced at' ; park entrances-such as, "For pedestrians only >> no tihorough fare for cyclists"-it would be suffi cient to designate the pathways as footpaths and' bring them within the scope of the /general iby-law. The solicitors suggested that Aha (ques tion of parklands traffic* be .considered by the By-Laws Committee when new by-laws are under consideration-. Cr. Geddes moved that so .ar as the Central (Memorial) Park is concern ed, notices ibe placed at the entrances in accordance withe the suggestion of ^he solicitors. ;Cr., Warren, second od the motion, and the Council agreed.

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JAPAN'S COURSE. POSITION OF THE UNITED STATES. HANDS OFF IN FAR EAST. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

JAPAN'S COURSE. POSITION OF THE UNITED STATES. HANDS OFF IN FAR EAST. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Tuesday. -Senator Lewis told the House of Representatives that Japan and Britaiin wilt decide Japan's course in Siberia. The United States has no agreement or compact witli Japan regarding Russia, ?and the United States will probably keep het* hands off in the Far East.

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SHORTAGE OF COAL ON THE BARRIER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

SHORTAGE OF COAU ON THE BARRIER. The Barrier Daily.Truth: of!Tuesday, says that a majority of the men) who ba"d been working at, the £5inc Corpor ation . were dismissed yesterday on account, it was stated, of shortage af coal, buit nq official information wa13 obtainable! last night, .the rnana j ger (Mr. C. G.. Hylton)- being at pre sent in Adelaide. Thel supplies of some of the other* compa'nies are- re ported to be low as a result of -, the hold up of shipping at Port iPirio through the strike.

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FIGHTING IN SIBERIA. COSSACKS AND BOLSHEVIKS. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

FIGHTING IN SIBERIA. : & COSSACKS AND BOLSHEVIKS. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Tuesday. A message from Shanghai says: Sharp fighting at Diourai, on the trans Siberian railway, between Cossacks, under General Semenoff, and . well armed Bolsheviks is reported. The Cossacks have withdrawn to Shara suh.

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SPORTING. (Notes by "Churinga.") [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

Vfa'mklifriTtAWV* t>mjj,'"-*\t'^'m_lr^JBSSB I SPORTING. .?? i (Notes by ? "Giiuriuga." The V.R.C, meeting will be contin ued at Flemington to-day (Thursday), with the chicf attraction the Austra-r liau Cup. Many of the candidates had a run on Saturday, and best form was, undoubtedly : shown by Wallace Isin glass in the Essendon Stakes; , ^ UnjrU' has been kept on his lpss, and if he remains sound throughout the race iie will be there or there abouts. His jrre'at .effort in the Mel bourne Cup is still fresh in memory. Wllace Isinglass will see the distance out all right, and he promises to start the hottest favorite on record. Ifr-he were-in his Adelaide Cup form there would be no need to look further .|or . tho winner than Green Cap. $'? . Pfince Bardolph is a sound stayer, as he emphasised in the Sydney Cup, which he won, and I feel sure he will do well to-day. Shadowland, Escombe, Two Blues will cach have their re spective admirers, but Escombe's poor, race in the Brunswick Sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

ianc@f ? ^ . 'Eg* is BOOMING AND GOING STRONG. u. i-v-ta. -» -.-?>'*': v::;i-'v-> LAST DAYS ANNOUNCED. LAST DAYS. SPECIAL ODDMENTS AND REMNANTS MUST BE GOT RID OF REGARD LESS Op COST. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FOOTERY, All Sorts, AUSizoe. ALL BARC.GAINS. SEE STAITE, The Lively Bootrnan, and Get Wise to the LOW PRICES. 8AI.E WOW OS, SALE NOW ON. MORE ROOM WANTED. NEW STOCK ARRIVING. COMPARISON IS WHAT WE WANT. SEE OUR WINDOWS. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE?? A Visit Will be Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISION. . :>.R GAINS' IN'OHR D"'TPTr:N , .c." GAINS IN; OUR EMBROIDERY AND LACE DIVISION. i54i;vAlNS: IN OUR RIBBON AND GLOVE DIVISION. ?i? .-.RGAINS IN OUR HABERDASHERY DIVISION. ;.'i:?uAlNS IN OUR STATIONERY DIVISION. BARGAINS ALL OVER THE BIG STORE. -yoiesi^We -would :draw;-your attention, to "Sn Up-to-Date FITTING .RO for Ladies' and Children's BOOTS and SHOES. Every Convenience, : 'HOUSE. (A CARD). , My New...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

A SENSATIONAL STAR PICTURE. CASINO - To-night ? CASINO VITA GRAPH'S GREAT SOUTHERN ROMANCE. A Startling Tale of a Southern Revolution. 5000 FEET OF THRILLING AND PULSATING^ SCENES. 6000 FEET. A POWERFUL EXPOSURE OF THE DREADFUL CVRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. FALSELY ACCUSED OF MURDER AND SENTENCED TO DEATH. TREMENDOUS BATTLE SCENES. "SOLDIERS OF CHANCE," a Great Sensation, FLATHEADS AND FLIVVERS, A Convalsing Comedy Boom. T ©-Night THE STOLEN BRIDE, A Powerfull 1000ft. Drama. FRAGMENTS FROM FRANCE. Bairnsfather's' Great Cartoons. : Casino : THE LATEST WAR GRAPHIC. Gaumout's Glorious Pictorial. To-Night 1 BLIGHT Brothers Licensed Land Brokers . (Under Real Property Act, 1886), REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. -:o: Money tp Lend ESTATES MANAGED. RENTS COLLECTED. Homes for Sale on Small Deposits Choice Selection. .SURVEYS ARRANGED. ! ALLOTMENTS FOR, SALE IN ALL PARTS. SEVERAL TOWNSHIPS TO SELECT FROM. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, etc., prepared by Expert Con .. veyancer. OFFICE: AL...

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TWO TOMMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

sTWO TOMMIES. Twb British soldiers went into a .Restaurant at Salonika, and asked for Turkey, -with Greece. The waiter said ? "I'm sorry,; gentlemen, but I-can't Sefrvia,"' wnereupon the Tommies cried, "Fetch the Boaphorous When that- gentleman arrived and heard the complaint, the maft&gs ! said i "Well, gentlemen, T '?don't -went to i Russia, but you cannot Jhunanift.'' And so the poor Tommies had to . £o'Hungary.

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PATHETIC TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918

1'ATRETIC TRAGEDY. "Ato" in the Bulletin , The theatres were out. The streets were alive with streams or people rushing for trains and trams. Suddenly I bumped into a tall man standing stiff as a { ost in tlie mid dle of the path. "Beg pardon,'' 5iei said, without tvrnins-' his .head. '.lie wore the baCge of returned warrior and stood as upright as though on parade. "Anything wrong?'' I asked, touifil ing his arm. "It's all right, mate," lie answered cheerfully. "I've lost my m.other in the crowd. Don't you worry. ^he-ll soon spot me if I stand stili.'' He spoke without turning his head, and I knew that behind the smsoked glasses there was no sight. .'Don't- 'worry mate. Mum will find me." And two minutes before I had help ed three other men to lift into; an ambulance-waggon a poorly-clad, old woman that a moitOr-car 5iad mang led. I glauced up at the serene, smiling, fexpectant face of the big blind sold ier. "It's all' right. ,'Mum will lind me."

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