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HOSTILE RAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
HOSTILE RAIDS. Field-Marshal Haig- pcports: We re pulsed three raids, following- a. heavy bombardment-, in the neighborhood of Armentieres. The enemy attempted a Marge raid this morning', his infantry, attacking on 'a thousand yard .front, north-westward of Passchendaeie. The enemy was everywhere repulsed with heavy losses. A hostile party entered a post southward of Ilouthulst Forest, but we immediately recaptured it.
THE COSSACKS RETIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
THE COSSACKS BET!RE. 1 neuter's correspondent at Peking says that a Harbin nlessaga states that Semonoff, the Cossack loader, was obliged to retire anil lake up a position near .Manchuria Station. The .Chinese commander warned the Bolsheviks that an invasion of Chinese territory .vould be regarded as an act of war,. tncl declaring that Seminoff's forces .epresents the Russian Provisional Government, which is recognised. The Cossacks arrested Bolshevik leaders at i Blagovesichensk. The Cossacks also] disarmed the leaders at- Irkutsk, and telegraphed to the Chinese: authorities in MaBchuria that they had no un friendly intentions towards China. The Chinese authorities replied, refusing- to consider Seminoff a rebel .
Still Advancing BRITISH IN PALESTINE. OBSTINATE RESISTANCE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
"BRITISH IN. PALESTINE. . OBSTINATE RESISTANCE. (Renter's Service). ^ - LONDON, Monday. A Palestine official reoort states : Our advance astride the Jerusalem Nalblus road continued through most precipitous and most- difficmlt coun try, in tlio face ol obstinate resist ance. Tito enemy is employing aum erous Concealed machine guns. "We progressed 3,0U0 yards on. a 12 mile front, ttecuring high jidges overlook ing the north bank a£ the Wadierib. We repulsed three counter (attacks, and' consolidated the new line norti. ivard of the Wadiejib. Aeroplanes bombed ; aod machine gunned enemy troops and transports on the Neblna road* The operations continue.
CHINA'S CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
. CHINA'S CO-OPERATION. 'Hie Japanese Ambassador in China has ? returafed to l'ekin from Tokio. It is understood -that he is fully .author ised to negotiate for China's co-oper ation with Japan in an advance in Siberia, to whicli the Allies ' have Consented. . . Portion 06 "the Siberian railway' was destroyed near Koreniskays. It is expected the Japanese move will bff thei despatch of troops from South Manchuria to Harbin.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
SPORTING. (Notes by .'Ciiuriuga."). -much discussion has been talung : .'place over the reasons that animated ! Northwny and Butler from refraiiimg from nominating- Oopina and Third ©Tfcf. respec.iivety' lor , t.ni Hurdle . Race at Port Adelaide. Uf course liiev kiiow i their own business bus!..and in cliuus- ' ing to run the horses in the Weiter . they .may both have . imagined thai , neither candidate required. any pre-' ismmary schooling. .... Thai is hot the general opinion, how- : ever, as what we have seen of Third 1 Degree lie certainly lacks proliciency in this direction, as Butler will probably Jirid out when tiie Perambulator horse comes to tackle those battens on tlie hiils' course. Tiiey are not there lo^be played with, moreover raps will hot: j displace tiiem. j Therefore it is beyond question thai i Third Degree would have benefited had lie been allowed to run next Sat 'urday over the hurdles instead of oil I the ilal. Of course, lie can receive j plenty of schooling i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
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The Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1918. THE GENEROSITY OF THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
HIM II ? I ? 11 Published Daily. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13, 191S. THE GENEROSITY OF THE WORKERS. - ueing treated in the Port Pirie Hos pital for terrible ^injuries received through a burning' accident at the Smelters is a little chap named George Hartwig. His father is blind and he is the chief support of his mother and one little sister. They live in Adelaide, and George Came to Port Pirie to earn enough to keep them. Through the generosity of the Smelter boys Mrs Hartwig has been enabled to come up ?and see her boy, who lias berne his sufferings like a brave young Austra lian. On Friday a whip round on the boy's behalf was made at the Works, when the handsome sum of £o8/12/ was colected. The generosity of the Port Pirie workers is proverbial. Outside, Port Pirie has a bad reputa tion. This impression has been largely created by visitors who- view things from the surface and have no know ledge of the inner life of the people. One reverend visitor described the town as "a hell upon earth,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
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Broken Hill [?]ish Pipers ARRIVAL IN PORT PIRIE. THE RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
ARRIVAL IN PORT PI'RIE. THE RECEPTION. Tiie Broken Hill Irish Pipers' Baud arrived in Port Pirie yesterday for the purpose of assisting at the St.-Patrick's day celebrations to-day. The personnel of the hand was as follows: Drum Major M. J. Quigley; Pipe-Major G. G. Knipe; Pipers E. C. McLivey, D. E. J. O'Brien, P. Grimes, J. F.^Brady, J. Vance (secretary and manager), P. Sherlock and A. Kerston; base drum mer "E. F. Dwyer; side-drummer E. II. McQuillan; and Master Theo Vance. The bandsmen were met at the train by several of the members of .the i Spoils Committee, and in the after-! noon, at the International Hall, they &lt; were tendered an enthusiastic recep- j tion. The hall was tastefully decorated I with national flags and greenery. The Rev. Father. O'Mahoney occupied the chair, and on the platform with him were the Revs. Father McEvoy and Ryan (Redhill), the Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan), and Mr W. J. Thompson (as sistant secretary of the Committee). After the loyal toast ha...
RUSSIAN PROVINCES AND PEACE (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
RUSStAN PROVINCES AND PEACE (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday Renter's correspondent at Zurich stales that Count Andrassy, writing' to ,i .Budapesth "paper, declares that Po land must be taken froni Russia and brought under Hnpsburg, otherwise Polish agitators wifi disturb the peace of Austria-Hungary and ? spread chaos n Russia.' The. N'euc Zuricher Zeitung states that omng to a ferment against the Ukraine pcace terms amongst the Po lish legionaries at the front,1 they have been disarmed a«d interned in Aus tria-Hungary.
America to Russia PRESIDENT WILSON'S MESSAGE. (Reuters Service). WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
America to Russia PRESIDENT WILSON'S MESSAGE. (Reuters Service). WASHINGTON, Monday. Pesident Alison's message to the Russian Soviets was as follows: '-May I nut take advantage of Hie meeting' of the Congress of Soviets to express 'the sincere sympathy which the people of the United States* feel for the Russian people at> this'moment when German power has been thrust in to interrupt and turn baek their whole struggle for freedom and substi tute the wishes of the enemy for Hie purposes of the people of Russia. Al though the Government of the United States is, unhappily, now not in a posi tion to render the direct effective aid it vwuiti wish to .'render, I beg to assure the people of Russia Ihroughthe Con gress, that it "will avail itself of every opportunity to secure for Russia once more complete sovereignty and inde pendence in 'li-.'i' own affairs, and full restoration to her'great role in the life i Europe ait; Ihr niod.:-r-n world. The whole heart of the American people of t...
BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 March 1918
BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED. I PARIS, Tuesday. Tlie alarm was given at nine\ o'cljock in the evening and the "all clear.' signal midnighf. Sixty machines crossed the Fvench lines. The bar Tago w-a^ most iatenstf throughout, but a certain number ot aeroplanes reached their objectives and dropped numerous bombs ©n Paris and the suburbs. Several buildings were .de molished or set afire. One of the raiding Gothas was brought down in flames near the Chateau Thierry, and the crew were prisonered.