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ATTITUDE OF ROUMANIA. ODESSA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

ATTITUDE OF EOUMANIA. ODESSA, Saturday, It is announced that the Rouman ian Government, forced' to self pro tection, will temporarily occupy cer tain points in Russian territory.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

Clcilfaliig and Soot Palace, THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Gut and Finish, aR T&ilor-Made, cannot be beaten ia the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri,tfS- We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &c. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low the market value. '? W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXAOTJEE-STREET, POET PIRIE. 'Pftone 204. W. L. PALMER& Co. ??? ?? ? Q. K Watchmakers, Jewellers, And Opticians .A 013 WOBK GlrAB AN2PEED. ALEXANDER-STBEET. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. S0SV2E HOW SOSV1E ONE MAY MAKE A MORE BEAUTIFUL SE33 OF .TEETH THAN E. A. DUNGEY, SUT UP TO {THE PRESENT NO ONE NO WHERE NO HOW CAN MAKE A MORE NATURAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT DUNGEY'S SURGERIES, ELLEN-ST., 'Pioao 1S4. Aad Vietoria Square, Adelaide. S. C. COTTLE, GA...

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ALICE JOYCE IN "THE QUESTION." SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

ALICE JOYCE IN "THE QUESTION." PEI/.IAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. The program lo be screeneJ at Casino this 'evening promises-patrons to thuf ever-popular resort .-in excellent op portunity of a thorough evening's en joyment. The slur attraction, "The Ques tion," is a magnificent- 5,000-ft. drama from the famous Vitagraph studios, and features (he charming Alice Joyce, one of America's leading picture artists. The story ami plot are exceptionally fine, the acting is superb, and the photography is beautiful. In all it is a star of stars, and one that cannot fail to meet with approval of the most .fastidious. "The Fatal Ring." Pathe's sensation al star serial, enters on its eighth epi sode this evening in a most exciting chapter entitled '"The Switch in the Safe." which presents Miss Pearl jWhile in another thrilling adventure in connection with the missing blue diamond. Other pictures on the big program are as follows :"The Lady Detective." a very laughable 1,000-ft. Cub C...

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GERMAN PACIFISTS. AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

GERMAN PACIFISTS. AMSTERDAM, Sunday. The< Germans) are suppressing paci fist demonstrations by sending; the demonstrators to the trenches- The 'German Government discovcredi that the ringleader in returning iTon cross es to Von Turpilz was " member of the staff of the Socialists' newspaper Vorwaerts and President of the Dis abled Soldiers' League. Although wounded and: incapacitated, the ring leader was sent back to the army

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

WILL BE AT THE The Reductions in many lines w.n astonish the keenest buyers, be cause while everything is advancing- in price we are reducing- many lines, and this will mean a great saving in money to you. We quote just a few of the many lines offering-. GREY FLANNEL, usual price 2/3: Sale Price 1/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual price 3/3 ; Sale Price 2/6 yard. NATURAL FLANNEL, usual price 2/6; Sale Price 2/2 yard. UNBLEACHED SHEETING. 54 in. wide, very special, 1/4-J yard. NAVY GROUND TABLING, cheap at. 2/6: now i/ I i yard. 20 Pieces only FANCY CREPE, usually lO-Jtl. yard: now 6/11 dozen. 10 Pieces Good Washing DARK PRINT, usually 9$d. yard; now 6/11 dozen' 30 Pieces Light PRINTS, usual price 1/3 yard; now 11/6 dozen. A Few Pieces CHECK ZEPHYR, 1/3; Sftie Price 10J yard. A Limited Quantity only LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, 8id. pair. LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE, verv . special, 1/6 pair. LADIES' PLAIN BLACK HOSE. 2/6; Sale Pricel/11 pair. LADIES' BLACK SILK ANKLE HOSE, 3/6; now 2/11 pair...

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APPEAL TO AMERICANS. TO CURTAIL FOOD CONSUMPTION WASHINGTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

APPEAL TO ArWERIGArcS. TO CURTAIL FOOD CONSUMPTION WASHINGTON, Sunday. President Wilson lias issued a pro clamation calling »Pon Americans to Steadfastly observe the Hoover food regulations. Regarding sugar, meat, and flour, he asks the people to cut down consumption by half that of last year. He also asks them to go on the war bread diet, on 3Ionday. All methods will be used to create an export oi surplus foods for "tie Allies' needs.

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AMERICAN WAR STOCKS. BIG ORDERS FOR BRITAIN AND SPAIN. WASHINGTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

AMERICAN WAR STOCKS. BIG ORDERS FOR BRITAIN AND SPAIN. WASHINGTON, Sunday, f) In. the turmoil of semi-political sen sation recently, the nation is now taking New Year war stock* The Senate Committee is holding a secret conference and some of the evidence will be oflicially published later. 'Th© most significant announcement to-day is that General Pershing, the American Commander-in-Chief in France, has been authorised to pur chase certain equipments in England and clothing in Spain for two hun dred thousand soldiers in each case.

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RUSSIAN CONSUL IN MELBOURNE. (Reuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

RUSSIAN CONSUL IN MELBOURNE. {Reuter's Service). j PETROCKRAD, Saturday. I It has been announced that the Russian Consul in. ^Melbourne has /jeen dismissed, and replaced by a Russian emigrant, M. Sinrinoff. A semi-official Note denies Austro German- assertions: that ?& separate peace .\vitli Ukraine is assured, and says that these are intended to ap fpease the Central ^Powers': proletar iat by the promise of relief from, the ] food shortage. The Note declares j that the masses in Ukraine -would ! never consent to such an. agreement. !

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Russo-German Negotiations. CZERNIN AND HERTLING. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

RussrrGeimas Negotiations. o CZERNIN AND HERTL1NG. PARIS, Saturday. Le Temps draws, attention, to the differences btetween .Hertling's and Czernin's speeches, and says that Czernin's formula regarding Poland can serve as the basis of a just and lasting settlement.

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CHINA AND RUSSIA. WASHINGTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

CHINA AND RUSSIA. - o ? WASHINGTON^ Sunday. A message from Harbin states that the Chinese liave cut off the export o? all "-ooas to the Russians, who are making " protest and threaten to suspend operations on the Chioese railway.

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AUSTRALIA DAY IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

j AUSTRALIA DAY IN ENGLAND. j LONDON, Saturday. Australia Day was very widely cele brated in camps, hospitals, clubs, and among munition workers in all districts. The celebrations took the form of parages, sporis, and dances, ana a vigorous; Australian sentiment was manifested. .

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Austrian Discontent WIDESPREAD AT THE FRONT. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

WIDESPREAD AT THE FRONT. (United Cable Service]. LONDON, Saturday. The Daily Mail's correspondent at Petrograd says thai news from the Austrian - front reveals increasing want of discipline and widespread fraternising. The oHicers are « ?defied by the soldiers., who are de manding' peace. It is reported that 1the discontent is spreading to the German front.

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The Naval Aircraft BOMBING THE GOEBEN. CEASELESS ATTACKS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

BOMBING THE GOEBEN. CEASHLESS ATTACKS. LONDON,' Saturday. The Admiralty reports : Our air craft bombed and hit an aerodrome at Vei'sseHaere to-day. All our mach ines returned. During patrols 011 Wednesday we destroyed> t-wq enemy, machines and shot down two out o£ control. One of ours is missing. Ceaseless aerial attacks have been made 0n the Goeben. Seven tons of bombs were dropped Dn and around the ship during the past 48 hours. Direct hits were also secured on an aerodrome at Galata. A Turkish cruiser wliich accompan ied the /Goeben has gone up the Straits. We compelled a steamer which was lightening the Goeben to desist. The only casualty was a ' Qreek officer, who was shot down. The operation is continuing.

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Pro-Germans in America INCENDARIES ACTIVE. ENORMOUS DAMAGE. WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

Pro-Germans IfJCENDARIES .ftCTIVE. ENORMOUS DAMAGE. WASHINGTON, Saturday. German sympathisers throughout the United States have, apparently launched\ a great fire offensive, for extensive damage has been done in many cities. ' Seven army stores have been des troyed at Newark, where the immense adjoining jplant o£ the Submarine Boat Corporation wast 5or a time in great danger. Oil barges that were ' frozen against' the dock broke away, | spilling blazing oil over the ice, and the sky was: lighted for miles around. Two plantsjfct Baltimore at work on making munitions, have been bum ed and six p?rsons were ld,led|) and many injured at Washington by an explosion in torpedo works. Two steamers in Atlantic ports were recently on fire. ^President Wilson recently received an anonymous warning of a nation wide plot to destroy docks and war plants commencing on the date quot ed last Monday. The losses to-day aggregating £1,000,000 sterling.

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CASUALTIES AT SEA. 2,000 TROOPS DURING WAR. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918

CASUALTIES AT SEA. 2,000 TROOPS DURING WAJ3. (Router's Service.} LONDON, Saturday. Ueuter }ras been informed there have been only 2,000 casualties o£ troops afloat since thet beginning of the war. Approximately 11,000,000 troops have been carried overseas without cas ualty.

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Warning to the Kaiser OFFENSIVE INADVISABLE. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918

OFFENSIVE INADVISABLE. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Mom! Mr. Tower. the Daily Mail's -r'trrc s [Hind en! al, I iotlerda.ru, telegraphing" on January 27. says the Berlin news papers in. a' ' startling1 anner ? an nouncethat Count RocTson sent a me morandum to the Kaiser warning iiim that the condition <>T the. nation ren ders the, furl her development of the offensive inadvisable. IL is staled licit other in!luential au thorities are trying to induee the, Kaiser lo cheek operations.

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BRITISH AERIAL WORK. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918

BR3TSSH AERIAL WORK. LONDON, Sunday/ Field-Marshal 11.'iijr. in his aviation report says: '.Our '. anti-aircraft'' guns shot down one enemy machine. We dropped bombs on the railway station anil communications at Treves. Ail our machines returned.

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The Western Front HOSTILE ARTILLERY FIRING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918

J The Western Front HOSTILE ARTILLERY FIRING. (Reuter's Service). ' LONDON, Sunday, j Field Marshal Haig reports hostile1 artillery firing in the neighborhood of Ribecourt and south-westward of Cambrai.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918

(Such of the cable nevvs in this Issue as is so headed appeared in The London Times, and is. cabled to Aus tralia by special permission, it should r be understood that the opinions given - are not those of The Times unless oxpresaty stated to be so). The Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Lmli NOTICE is hereby given that' pur suant to the resolution for adjournment passed at the 64 th Ordinary General -Meeting' of the Broken. H'ili Proprietary Company, Limited, held on the olst day of August, 1917, the Board of Direc tors 'has appointed that the Adjourned Meeting- shall he hald on FRIDAY, the 22nd day of February, 1.91.8, at 3 o'clock in the. Afternoon, in the Board Room, at the Registered Office of .the Company, Equitable Building, .320 Collins Street, in the City of Melbourne. ) NOTICE Is - also hereby Given that-! the (",5th HALF-YEARLY ORDINARY j GENERAL MEETING of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Limited, will be held in the Board Ro^m,-Equif::bie Building aforesaid, at 3.15 ...

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EAST AFRICA. A BRITISH REPORT. (Reuter's Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918

EAST AFRICA. A' BRITISH EEPOBT. (Renter's Service). An .'East African official message ! -sayg : We reached Nanunya, 50 miles j inland from Port Walia.

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