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Russo-German Conference AGREEMENT WITH UKRAINE. RESUMPTION OF ECONOMIC RELATIONS. (Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

AGREEMENT WITH UKRAINE. RESUMPTION OF ECONOMIC RE LATIONS. (Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Monday. An agreement has been reached at Brest-Litoysk between the Central Powers and Ukraine, under which war terminates and both parties immed iately resume economic relations. At the resumed -deliberations at Brest-Litovsk Dn Friday M. Trotsky repeated his demand for a referendum of the peoples of occupied territories on the question of their destiny. Baron Kuhlmann reiterated his re fusal to withdraw the Austco-German troops- He declared that these ter ritories must be protected ifrom the spread of the revolution thereto. The discussion of this question <was ad journed. Baron KuMmaim asked wihat were the relations between the Petrograd Government and the Caucasus. M. Troreplied that the Russian ar my in the Caucasus was absolutely devoted to the Petrograd Govern ment.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The War. Turmoil in Austria-Hungary STRIKES SPREADING LIKE WILDFIRE. TRAFFIC HELD UP. STRONG DEMAND FOR PEACE. (Reuter's Service). ZURICH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

in Austria-Hungary STRIKES SPREADING LIKE W1LDFSRE. TRAFFIC HELD UP. STRONG DEMAND FOR PEACE. (Reuter's Service). ZURICH, Monday. The latest reports show- thai strik es in Austria-Hungary are spreading like -wildfire. The entire railway, tram, and underground services have been stopped. The Arbeiter Zeitung, in" a manifes to, warns the Government, that the working classes can only -be pacified if assured that the Brest-Litovsk ne gotiations are not frustrated through territorial demands. Laborites also insist on IMng consulted in the ne gotiations with unwonted . outspoken ness, which perhaps accounts for the vitriolic comments of German news papers regarding' the situation in ?Austria. The Arbeiter Zeitung adds that nor mal conditions can, only be resumed when the Government has shown that it has heard the voice 01 labor and speedily concludes peace. ' The fact that the Vienna Govern ment is not altogether displeased at the labor rising is significant.

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FIRES IN THE COUNTRY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

IRES li\3 THE COUNTRY. o A DI1] L AIDE, T aestTuy. A serious grass firo occurred at the Point Sturt Estate, near Mi I an jr. on Sunday. Over a ihousand acres of grass, willi fences, were destroyed Tiie Ilaine.s swept !!ie properly of Mr. James Oakley. and destroyed till his lieed. The lire is suposed to have been caused by phosphoriscd pollard. ?Another lire broke out a I Melrose oa Sunday on the Mount- Remarkable training" farm. Fifteen acres of stand ing crop and 50 baj-rs of wheat were in>t.

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IRELAND. CARSON RESIGNS FROM CABINET. (United Cable Service). [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

IRELAND. CARSON RESIGNS FROM CABINET. (United- Cable Service). Sir Edward Carson has resigned ins seat in the Cabinet in order to relievo the Government of embarassment re garding- the Irish question. (Reuter's Service';. LONDON. Monday. The resignation of Sir Edward Car son was expected.

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TROUBLE DEVELOPING. OVER A EV11LLION STRIKE PEACE WANTED. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

TROUBLE DEyELOPSsViG. OVER' A EV11LLION STRIKE PEACE WANTED..' {Published in The Times) LONDON, Tue> The Times correspondent at Amster dam says that despite, the severe censorship and official falsification of reports it is evident "thai the Austrian strikes are developing- throughout the nation. Most intense feeling was shown at live immense meeting's of workers in Vienna on January 20, when j a resolution was tremendously cheer ed. It declared that the workers' pro test against being robbed of ail in iuilucn'ce in the peace, negotiations, the constant postponements of Parliamen tary sittings, and the suppression of press criticism of Austro-German policy. The people-demand that the Government negotiate at Brest Litovsk in a conciliatory manner, so as to en sure a premanent friendship with Russia. The people are opposed to annexations, and declare that Poland, Lithuania, and Courland must be free to decide their own future with 'univer sal suffrage. The Austrian workers insist w...

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ENQUIRY TO BE RE-OPEWED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

ENQUIRY TO BE RE-OPEWED. o ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [ The Government inivc decided to ailow Mr. E. 1.5. Jones to call further [evidence in connection with the Land Deals and to give the Commission the right to call new witnesses. The en quiry wiil he held immediately.

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THE STURT SEAT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

HE STURT SEAT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Captain Blackburn has written to Major SnieaLon accepting the offer of the' Sturt seat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

(Such of the cable news in this issue as is so headed appeared in The London Times, and is cabled to Aus tralia by special permission. It shouid ] be understood that the opinions given are not those of The Times unless expressdy stated to be so). ©©©8®©®e©ee®e®s®<s®®®©et9s®@#e«998®s«©a©®e©s0s KEEP YOUR On this Space and You will See Something to interest Yen at oo OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICII The Big House where the Values are. WILL SELL, Six-roomeil House, good locality, cash or terms. Apply "No Asrcnts," this Office. wlf Announcement Extraordinary 1 TO THE THOUSANDS OF PICTURE-LOVERS. FOR TWO NIGHTS OWL.Y.S gflggi 3.' COMMENCING Thursday Next, f AT THE COO-EE PAVILION COO-EE HALL CAINE'S IMMORTAL MASTERPIECE Eternal A PARAMOUNT PHOTO SPECTACLE DE LUXE. 10,000 ft. Great in Conception. I js L tt .j. 7 - in Historic Value. ^Ii-.-77/7 777*" In Dramatic Power. "7. '2-. Jl-jl." U] "7 7 . Iii Plot, Execution, and -Spectacular Effect. ' ~ PRONOUNCED BY FILM CRITICS TO BE THE WORLD...

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ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

EKGUSH KiaiL. O ; :ADELAIDE, Tuescfay. 1 English expeditionary and American mails arc expected to reach. Mel bourne on Wednesday.

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"MASTER OF HIS HOME" AT CASINO [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

"MASTER OF 'HIS HOME" AT CASINO During the past two weeks the people of Sydney have made Triangle's great problem play, "The Master of His Home," a popular topic of discussion. This great picture, which is a sequel to "Where Are My Children," comes to Casino to-night. It is described as one of the most daring and remark able exposures of what civilisation has done. The film is upwards of 5,000 ft. in length, and features William Des mond as the faithful husband, and Alma Reubens as the -wife whose God was pleasure, whose dread was . motherhood, and whose ambition was '? a childless home. It i§ a pijcture with a i mighty and powerful punch. The hus i band (William Desmond) says: "I only want what is rightfully mine-a home, a real wife, children, and not just a house with a woman in it." The great drama bears a- great mission. At the . same time there is not the slightest taint in it that would in any way make ' make it objectionable for those of ten der years. The film censors are un...

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HANNAFORD QUARY CASE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

HANNAFORD QUflRY CASE. | u r ADELAIDE. Tuesday. A decision; which is being kept secret, has been reached by the Go vernment regarding" the Haimaford (Quarry case. The matter is now,be fore the Governor, and the Premier (Mr. Peake) lias promised to give a full explanation on Thursday after the meeting of the Executive Council

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

?*Icilliiiigiaiid Soot^Paiace. r Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, b& Tailor-Hade, cannot be beat®* is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PriL<-s. We are continually opening- up New Season's Goods in Men's Hate, Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Stoek is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bougibfc many months ago to arrive, and are at thei preoent time much be low the market value. r' W. F. WELLS & CO. W. L. PALMEft& Co. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. ALEXANDEB-STREET, PORT PIBIE. 'Phone 204. JO. Watchmakers, And Opticians ABB W0 EK GUASANrTEBD. .or ALEXANDER-STBEE& ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. Some Day SOMEHOW SOME ONE MAY MAKE A MORE BEAUTIMJL SEffl OF TEETH ETHAN E. A. DUNGEY, BUT- UP TO THE PRESENT NO ONE NO WHERE NO HOW CAN HAKE A MORE NATURAL, SUPERIOR, AND BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT DUMGEY'S SURGERIES, ELLEN-ST., 'Pkoa« 184. Aad Victoria Squ^r#, Adelaide. HOW THE...

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GERMAN NEW GUINEA. HUNS RESOLVED TO HOLD ON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918

GERMAN NEW GUINEA. IIUNS RESOLVED TO HOLD ON. The following is extracted from a striking article by Thomas J. McMahon in the current issue of the "Bulletin": The Germans of this territory do not recognise the possibility of the defeat of their nation in Europe. Their oock sureness as to the ultimate results is profoundly impressive. Their mer chants are pushing their trade for all they are worth, and making more money than ever they did under their own 1'UIq, an admission they freely grant: the planters, traders, and re cruiters are almost feverishly develop ing, trading, and recruiting; and not one of them but will laugh to scorn the idea of the German territory one day belonging to England, or, more dirct ly to the Commonwealth. The "suggestion of the last prospect sends any German into a slnte of hys terical laughter, for the contcmpt the »average Hun here has for, the Aus tralian is amazing. Australia they covet as the cfowning jewel of the German colonial Empire they have plann...

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MYSTERIOUS LADY. NORTHCLIFFE'S VALUABLE HINT. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

MYSTERIOUS LADY. ^OETHOLIFFE'S VALUABLE HINT. (Published in Tlie Times). LONDON, Tuesday. The Times correspondent in Paris states that Le Journal ' asserts that the American disclosures concerning Caillaux were the outcome of Lord NorthcJifie's suggestion that inves tigation should be conducted under the new war legislation, extending the rights of search to telegraph! offi ces. Sicnor Pirollini, a member of the Chamber of Deputies, stated in an interview referring to the Italian evi dence that Caillaux is a lost mail. He must and, will share the fate of Bolo. A mysterious lady, whose name hag [ not been disclosed, has been examin ed in connection with the Caillaux affair. i

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PRESS OPINIONS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

PRESS OPINIONS. LONDON. Tuesday. The Times correspondent in Dublin says that the tone of Sir Edward Car son's letter disarmed criticism. The press is conciliatory, and ' discusses Carson's re-entry into the Irish area. Freeman's Journal infers that the Government is alive to the urgent, ne cessity for an equitable settleixient, and is determined to seeure it. The Irish Independent anticipates that Carson will exerl. an influence over Ulster to secure a workable bargain with the Nationalists. The Irish Times says: "We are en titled to hope that Carson will prove a temperate mediator advocating a settlement capable of uniting- all par ties.

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IRISH DEADLOCK. ALL CLASSES ANXIOUS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

IRISH DEADLOCK. ALL CLASSES ANXIOUS. 'Published in Tbp. Tim^s). LONDON, Tuesday. The Dublin correspondent of! the Times states that the newspapers are refraining' from comment xtpon the proceeclings of the Homci. Kule Con vention,, as they realise the extreme delicacy of the situation, . but the Cri sis is the sole topic of conversation in Ireland. If members of the Government vis ited Ireland, they would he impressed with the anxiety of all classes. No other national crisis has ever stirred Irishmen so deeply. Everybody is .thopine- that some way out of 'the impasse will yet be found before the Conference reassembles on January 21. Sir Edward Carson, a member of the War iCabinet, will shortly visit Belfast. Sinn Fein Lawlessness. The correspondent also reports a recrudescence of Sinn Fein lawless ness. A party 0f Sinn Feiners board ed a train, and overpowered a mili tary escort, which was in charge of two deserters, rescuing the latter.

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The I[?]ish Question SUPREME EFFORT AT SETTLEMENT EFFECT AMERICA. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

SUPREME EFFORT AT SETTLEMENT El-'FECT 0* AMERICA. (United Cable Service). LONDON. Tuesday. A supremo effort will be made during tin? next few days to settle tlie Iri^Ji question. 'I'll'' Times correspondent at Wash ington. in an important despatch, states that President Wilson lias in formed. Mr. Baifour of trie vital hear ing of the'Irish problem on America's war efforts. The correspondent, adds that America no longer regards the question as British, but one deeply affecting the whole of the civilized world. Even oJlicial circles strongly feel that in Ihe event of a collapse of the Convention the Government must ac cept the majority report and enforce it upon the majority. The United States is eager to gener ously assist in liift establishment of in dustries in Ireland. If given colonial autonomy Congress would vote a loan of a hundred million dollars.

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Germans' Worst Winter INCLINED TO FRATERNISE. PEACE BY COMPROMISE EXPECTED. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

INCLINED TO FRATERNISE. PEACE BY COMPROMISE EXPECTED. . ?f Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. j The Times correspondent at British i 'headquarters states that the Germans j are spending1 their worst- winter of the j war, owing to tiie "loss of their higii j ground and comfortable trenches. The j British- are correspondingly advan- ( taged. Prisoners declare that the i hardships tend to increase malingering". The favourite method is shamming to be passed. Tiie Germans in some portions of the lines distinctly incline to fraternise with the British, the outcome of which is that there is a growing antici pation of an early peace by compro mise. ,

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SPORTING. FROME ACCEPTANCES. Run at Melrose, January 28. HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

SPORTiNG. FROJWE ACCEPTANCES. Run at Melrose, January 28. HURDLES. Two miles. st. lb. Byssoid 10 2 Scrutiuizci' 9 9 Bridgewater 9 7 Pompongoonah .... 9 G Six* Pistol 9 4 Gcldsn West 9 3 Coonatto's Pride .. 9 2 FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. stl lb. Jamestown 9 4 Coonong 8 10 Queenbrook .. .... 8 S Gratiosa S 3 Utkasta 8 2 Mertv Maid 7 13 Bonny Land ...... 77 Jim Watson ...... 7 0 FROME HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. st. lb. Jamestown 9 3 Queenbrook 8 8 Wee Spec 8 6 Rayahs 8 5 Childwick .... . . 8 5 Grace Watson .... 7 10 Bridge water 7 2 Laura's Pride .... 7 2 FARMERS' PURSE. Five furlongs. st. lb. Queenbrook 9 0 Gratiosa ........ 8 9 Utkasta 8 7 Merty Maid ...... 8 i Byssoid 8 2 Luger 8 0 Bonnyland .. .... 7 13 Mazaris 7 10 Petekrie 7 9 Snowtown 7 7 Deporte 7 7 Jack the Rector .... 7 6 Scrutineer . . . . . . 7 5 Tostig Bell 7 5 Jim Watson 7 5 MOUNT REMARKABLE STAKES. One mile. at. lb. Coonong - . 0 0 Wee Spec 3 10 Childwick 8 9 Rayahs ...... - - S 4 9 Grace Watson .... 8 0 Tinfly . - 7 7...

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24. Local and General THE HOSPITAL AND CURTAILED ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 24 January 1918

Published Daily. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2i. Local and General THE HOSPITAL AND CURTAILED ELECTRICITY. Tile Secretary of the Board of Management of the Port Pirie. Hospital (Mr. F. J. McMahon) has written to the Town Council pointing out the in convenience which is caused by the lack cf electricity after midnight, and asking for a continuous supply for I lie institution. Relerence is made in the letter tc the rcht.:' ?i florded fever nitidis by the use of electric fens. The letter came before a meeting of the unci! on Mor-o > nignt, and the matter %vas referred to the Eleclria Light Committee to deal with.

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