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TRIBUTE BY THE TIMES. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918

TRIBUTE BY THE TIMES. Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. ?The Times, inferring to Mr Red mond's death, says: The loss stretches beyond his native land. The Irish and the whole Empire will deplore tho death-of. one who was supreme to the test of war. and sought to make it a bond for the conciliation of Ireland ;uid Britain. .

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CONQUESTS OF REVOLUTION NULLIFIED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918

CONQUESTS OF REVOLUTION NULLIFIED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON Thursday. Reuter's correspondent at Petroyrad says that the leader of the Russian peace delegates attending the confer ence of Soviets at Moscow said that an economic treaty with Germany nul lified all the conquests of the revolu tion. The Germans had forced them to abandon the nationalisation of banks, which henceforth would be German banks. !

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE EVACUATION OF PETROGRAD. POPULATION HASTILY DEPARTING. (Reuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918

THE EVACUATION OF PETROGRAD. POPULATION HASTILY DEPARTING. (Heuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Wednesday. Apparently the Government lias re solved to evacuate Petrograd and es tablish the State institutions in .Mos cow IS'igniovgorod and Kagan. The Ministers for Roads and Foreign Af fairs are already leaving. The popula tion is also hastily departing by road in all sorts of vehicles.

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Armed Cruiser Sunk LOST TOTAL FORTY-EIGHT. THE CALGARIAN TORPEDOED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918

AmeJ Cruiser Sunk LOST TOTAL FORTY-EJGHT. THE CALGARIAN TORPEDOED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Wednesday. The Admiralty-status: The armed' mercantile cruiser Galgarian was tor- j pedoed and sunk. Two officers; and 40 i men were lost. .

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RATIFICATION OF PEACE. WORSE TERMS IF RUSSIA REFUSES (United Cable Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918

RATIFICATION OF PEACE. WO IIS K TERMS IF RUSSIA REFUSES (United Cable Service). LONDON, Wednesday. Mr Philips <Pricc .says: A cession of trans-Caaucasus means that the Germans will secure more valuable copper and manganese ores in Europe. They are expected to increase the stringency of the terms if peace is not ratified on -March 12. A combination of peasants and soldiers favor ratifica tion .but the Revolutionary Proletar iats wilt oppose it at the Moscow con gress .

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A DISTRESSING CASE. AN APPEAL TO THE KINDHEARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918

A DISTRESSING CASE. AN APPEAL TO THE KIND- HEARTED. Our attention has been drawn to the pitiable condition in which the widow of the late Mr James Lydeamore has been left. She has a large family, five of whom are absolutely dependent up- on her for their support. She has been under medical treatment for a painful affliction (housemaid's knee), and is quite unable at present to work, and will be for some time. She is liv- ing in a rented house and has practi- cally nothing, and no relatives who are in a position to afford her necessary help. Mrs M. L. Warren, who is always to the fore in cases of distress, is in- teresting herself on behalf of the un- fortunate woman and children, but more substantial assistance is requir- ed than can be rendered by a few pri- vate individuals, hence this appeal to the charitable public. Will our readers please extend their charity to this un- fortunate woman, who is more or less   permanently disabled through hard   work, a...

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WORE RETURNED SOLDIER'S COLORS. A MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

WORE RETURNED SOLDIER'S COLORS. A .MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT. ADELAIDE, Friday. Waller Ray Taylor, of Broken Hill, was ordered a month's imprisonment a I the Adelaide Police Court this after noon on a charge of improperly wear ing returned soldier's colors. He plead ed guilty. Superintendent Priest said that the defendant was seen in the streets wearing the colors of the L-ith Battal ion, and was next observed at the Mit eham Camp wearing a reject's badge, lie had gone to the Recruiting Office, but had only been accepted for Home Service, lie had admitted having worn a tunic with colors, and stated that he had bought them and two gold stripes. He had worn the colors and stripes in order to avoid being picked up by the military police. Taylor, who gave his age as 21,'told the Court that he wore the uniform with the object of getting away with the A.I.P. He had tried before, but had failed. When lie found that he could not get away with the 8th of the 43rd, he took off the uniform and went...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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DISABILITIES OF THE FARMERS. COST OF WHEAT GROWING. PRIME MINISTER'S STATEMENT REPUDIATED. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

DISABILITIES OF THE FARMERS. COST OF WHEAT GROWING. PRIME .MIMSTEK'6 STATEMENT REPUDIATED. ADELAIDE, Friday. Important observations regarding Hie disabilities under which fanners are laboring were made at a meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion to-day. Mr J. Entwistle, who presided, said that in July, 1914, the farmers were receiving on a basis of 3/11 per bush el at Port Adelaide for their I'JIG and 1710 crop. They had been so far been paid 3/ per bushel, and their certili eates on stock ex were worth about 5d. per bushel. That meant that last year's crop was worth (id. per bushel less Hi an in 1914, which, on a total yield, was £1,143,820. That was a loss which ttie farmers were carrying, as compared with the old conditions. 'On top of tiiis the cost of machinery and supplies had increased, and the cost of labor had risen to 50 per cent., and in some cases 100 per cent., and it was not efficient at that. In the face of these increases, however, the Prime Minister had s...

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GERMANS HOPE FOR PEACE. (Reuter's Service). NEW YORK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

GERMANS HOPE FOR PEACE. (Reuter's Service). NEW YORK, Thursday. Americans arriving from a long re sidence in Hamburg say that a bettor System of distribution lias resulted in lessoned severity in the food situa tion in (rermany. The people have every confidence that they will win. but are hoping for peace soon.

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The Far East GERMANY'S LOST CHANCE. JAPAN'S STRENGTH. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

The Far East O GERMANY'S LOST CHANCE.. J A P AX'S STRENGTH. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. 1 Tin; Times correspondent al The Hague says that (he censorship is lini j ifing comment on lite Par East, but tin; Vossiche Zeitung's military expert ?ventures to disgustedly point out that Germany has lost a great- chance of laying- the foundation of a llusso-Ger man-.fapane.se alliance. The expert notes that Japan has conserved her financial and lighting strength, and that she is a dangerous antagonist.

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Workshop Explosion FOUR KILLED ONE INJURED. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

FOUlt KILLED s .ONE INJURED. (Router's Service.) LONDON. ThuVsdav. The Pres3 Bureau states : An ex plosion occurred in a small Govern mejitJ workshop in the South' :of Lon don on March 5. Four persons were killed and ono injured. The shop was destroyed.

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PORT ADELAIDE WEIGHTS. RUN MARCH 16. TRIALS. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

PORT ADELAIDE WEIGHTS. RUN MARCH TRIALS. Six furlonir Opera BouiTe, 9.0: Maire Studholmc, £.12; Corroboree King, 8.'J; Borneo, 8.8; Nobody's Daughter, 8.7; Butllc Qu.j.-n, 8.."): Target -Mark, 8.3; Paddy Koran. 8.0: Doradilia, 7.12; Pangalin, 7.1 J; 'ller Own, 7.11: Mount Wiltsin. 7.10; Silkworm, 7.10: Nurse Gavel, 7.9; Udine, 7.!); RegiinentaL Lass, 7.0; Sweet Re si. 7.7; Alcoholic, 7.7; Kal linta, 7.'i; Blafil, 7.2: ' Coryola, 7.0: Dell Hose. <",.12; Thoogawarrah, 0.12; Encounter King, G.10: Blue Glint, G.8; Lord Midge, 0.7. RIVER HURDLES. About two miles. Cordelier, 11.7; Prince Maelgwyu, 11.0; Trenton's Hope, 10.5; Nether ton, 10.3; Culluleraine, 10.0; Royal UaiOB, 9.13; Hedonist, 9.13; Hardrelly, 9.12; Soofa, 9.10; Bruri, 9.10; Naval Geni, 9.S; Bonny Flag, 9.8; Holy War, 9.0; Fatal Error, 9.0: Hamako, 9.7; De Walden, 9.0; Widgil, 9.0; Locliiel, 9.0; Proven, 9.0: Mumluckhardt, 9.0. ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. One mile and three furlongs. Wee Gun, 9.8; Dimitol, 8.13: Pisto...

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DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

DRUNKENNESS. William Uonnell {331. laborer, who had two previaus convictions against himy pleaded guilty to drunkenness, in Eight-street, tPiria West. at. the (Police Court yesterday morning. He -was- fined; £2 or 24 hours' inrpWson jr.fint.

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Germany's Western Strength INFERIOR TO 1914. SWISS CRITIC'S, OPINION. (United Cable Service). PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

INFERIOR TO 1914. SWISS CRITIC'S, OPINION. (United Cable Service). PARIS, Thursday. Colonel Fedler, a leading Swss military critic, claims,, after a" ex haustive calculation, that despite re inforcements from Russia Germany's troops on. the West front are over a million below those of 1914 and the quality is inferior. He estimates i-iiat 2,500,000 Germans ara (dead, 1500, OUO prisonered, and 2,500,000 -incapaci tated since the war. began.

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Broadway Arizona [?] FEATURE. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

Broadway Arizona T irji.-iuwifaii FEATURE. CASINO 20-3JGJJLT. ' I Au exception ally line i riangie uuo j gram is to ue shown at vasiuu this | evening', ;when the charming Ulive i Thomas, the queen ot the famous Zieglieid i'otlies, will bo seen in her , record breaking musical comedy sue ? cess, entitled "liroadwav Arizona." a thrilling story of a cowboy who Kid napped the Queen of the Ureal Wh;t.. Way. The story is a most tbrilllinir one. and is portrayed! in o ,000ft of excellent photo play. The follow' n ? sisort synopsis may prove interesting 10 intending patrons to Casino to il io-ht : The cleverness and beauty of Fritzi Carlyle, star 0i a roadway musical comedy, attracts John Keves. a West erner "dioing" .New York. Tne mana ger of the show sees in Keyes a good newspaper story, so he arranges for him to meet Fritzi. A sharp flirta tion enda with Fritzi promising to inaiv:y Keyes. The newsuap.-rs five ihe ati'air enough publicity to satisiv even Keyes. Later that day he read that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

BLIGHT Brothers Licensed Land Brokers - i (Under Real Properly Act, 1886), REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. -:o: Money to 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 j OFFICE: " ALEXANDER STREET. Ellen Street Dentistry. THOMAS & MILLHOUSE , LEGALLY QUALIFIE DENTAL SURGEONS. -j Painless -a Extractlobus By our New Method and Anaesthetic. GOLD WORK A SPECIALITY. CROWN BRIDGES AND FILLINGS. HOURS 9 to 6. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. EXTRACTIONS after 6 p.m. 2/6. .Phone 168. F. WURIV! & SON, HOUSE AND LAND AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS. Lowest Rates of Commission. Prompt Settlements. Rents and Debts Collected. Houses and Land for Sale. FOR QUICK SALE. BUYER Waiting for 5-ROOMED HOUSE, Pirie West, must be in good order. £320, 4 ROOMS and KITCHEN; £50 Cash, balance...

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RUMANIA. FRENCH OPINION. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

\ RUMANIA. FRENCH OPINION. '(Published in The Times.) LONDON,t ^Thursday. Tlie Times correspondent in Paris teays that the newspapers are - unanim ous in not regarding :the Rumanian .treaty as ?definite. .They say that' the final peace conference wall rev-se ard may annul it. They recognise that Rumania has been to the utmost loy al to its pledge, and. that the 'Allies lQU3t ultimately ensure her restitut ion and ireeclom.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

Are SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY FINE RANGE of Qui' Show oi' CURTAINS is considered GOOD. We liave LACE TAINS Irom 4/0 to i~>/ Pair, in splendid designs. GRASS LAWN and COLD -MADRAS CURTAINS are showing to Great _ Advantage. Wc liave a Very Fine Lot of CRETTONNES. Among the Designs are those suitable fur Furnishing, or tlie Latest in Skirts. One lino REVER SIBLE CRETTONNE. in Red or Green, at 2/11 yard.' A Very Pretty Cret toniic t, reversible) at i/i> yard. If you are desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT for the win ter, see. our Selections of FLCRAL 3ATTEENS, just the thing for the pur pose. We have a few Very Dainty Lines in JAP CREPE, which make up very prettilv for Kimonas, Dressing1 Jackets, clc. There are MANY OTHER LINES to INTEREST YOU at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The Big House where the Values --are. ROBT. FLETT & SON, p Watchmakers, Jewellers, and Opticians, ELLEN STREET, POUT PIRIE We have Completed Enlarging Our Shop, and Fitted with New and Ip-to-DateJ Win...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

THANKS Mrs T. E. SMITH wishes to THANK Dr. Leiteh and the Matron and Nurses of the Port Piric Hospital, especially Nurses Row, Gray and Marshall, for their kindness during' her recent ill ness . THANKS. Mrs E. L. STRAWBRIDGE and Miss BENNETT and ROBERT R. VICKERS wish to THANK all kind friends for letters of sympathy etc.. especially the Port Pirie South Football Club and the Salvation Army of Port Piric, in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their nephew and brother, George E. Vic-kers.

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GERMAN INTERESTS IN AMERICA. PLACED IN OTHER HANDS. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918

GERMAN INTERESTS IN AMERICA. (PLACED IN OTHER HANDS. (Reuter's Service). .L LONDON, {Thursday. Eeuter's correspondent at AYashing j£on states thai plans to take over vast holdings of, German interests in the United States and place theui in otlier hands, so that after the ?war they cannot continue tp be,character ised as "outposts p£.German fcu.ltur" ia America, were presented to Con gress to-dav by Sir. Palmer, the cus todian of alien property. Whether the German o uners will receive the mon ey will. be determined! by the p-ea.ee terms. American .property ia ijec maxiy is subject to similar action.

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