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Red Russia CIVIL WAR GENERAL. MILITARY DICTATORSHIP IN RUMANIA. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

CiVIL WAR GENERAL. MILITARY DICTATORSHIP IN . RUMANIA. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. Civil -war is now general .in Russia. The Bolshevikr- . have inaugurated i strong military campaigns in>; Finland,v 1 Bessarabia and Ukra ne«- Troops | and guns have been moved south ward from the front. The Bolshe- J vi-a .apparently aim at the immed-j iate overthrow of all burgeosie Gov- ? ernments in Old Russia and Ruman ia. The Times correspondent at Pet rograd says that the lied Guards j-'have . conquered . Helsingrford. It is. . not known whether the Government j escaped.' Russian warships, under [ the lied Guards, dominate the city. The establishment of a military dic tatorship in Rumania shows the. ser iousness of the crisis. The Bolshe viks claim that, Rumania sent troops ?into n<s«iirai>ia ? a I . the . request of "ihe aiuJiontics, ostensibly to restore order, but really to eject the Bol sheviki.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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"STRANDED." THE GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. CASINO, TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. CASINO, TO-NIGHT. Patrons to the Port Pirie premier picture pavilion. Casino, are to be afforded an excellent night's enjoy eiit this evening", when Che offeriug to' be shown includes three big star at tractions. Miss Bessie Love, - one of America's foremost screen favourites, will be seen in the great Triangle drama, "Stranded." This remarkably powerful story, which is presented in live throbbing acts, gives Miss Bessie Love glorious opportunities for dis playing her great emotional power and intense dramatic capabilities. The story is one quite unique in plot, with numer ous thrilling and exciting scenes, and is superbly portrayed; in a word, it is a picture that is too good to be missed. The next star attraction is a Lubin Feature drama, entitled "Final Pay ment," a 3,000-ft. picture which can not fail to meet with generous ap proval. The laughable part of the evening comes next with an excrucia , Jingly funny L.K.O. comedy. "His Prairie Chicken/' a 2....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

DEATH. DOYLE.-On the 29th January, at M)f! Port Pirie 'Hospital, Thomas Patrick James, dearly beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Doyle, Port Pirie West, aged 7 months. A little sufferer at rest. " IN MEMORIARI. WILSDON.-In loving: memory of my dear husband who fell asleep at Solomontown, on January 31, 1917. Old ape, and sickness brought me home, And to the grave we all must come; Both youiyr and old prepare to die. And live with Christ eternal. -Inserted by his loving wife and daughter Maude. WILSDON.-In loving memory of dear fath'er who fell asleep at Solo montown on January 31, 1917. At the, heavenly gate, he- will meet us With the same sweet, loving smile, For we are only parted Just for a little while. -Inserted by his v loving son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Agnesf

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 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. Jt should be understood that the opinions given are not those of The Times unless expressly stated to be so). OF WILL SWING The Reductions in many lines wai 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/G 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, ai in. wide, very special, 1/4J yard. NAVY GROUND TABLING, cheap at 2/<>; now 1/11 yard. 20- Pieces only FANCY CREPE, usually 10 Ad. yard; now 6/11 dozen. 10 Pieces Good Washing DARK PRINT, usually 9M. yard; now 6/11 dozen 30 Pieces Light PRINTS, usual price 1/3 yard; now 11/6 dozen. A Few Pieces CHE...

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. STATE INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE trie Published jDaily. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. STATE INCOME TAX. Excepting for farmers, who have been granted another month, State income Tax returns should be posted not later than to-day. There is liability to a fine for any return received at the Taxa tion Office later, than January 31.

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THE ELUSIVE GOEBEN. AGAIN ESCAPES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE ELUSIVE GOEBEPL AGAIN ESCAPES. LONDON, Wednesday. The Admiralty .states that a. re connaissance on Sunday at midnight showed that the G oeben was no long- ' er ashore at Nagara Point.

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PROPOSED SWIMMING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

PROPOSED SWIMMING ASSOCIA TION. ! A meeting c>' persons interested in the formation of an Amateur Swimming Association and a branch of the Life ' saving Society will be held at the Barrier Hotel at 8 o'clock to-night. The i Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan) will pre , side.

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Naval Disasters ARMED ESCORT AND GUNBOAT SUNK. (Heuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

.ARMED ESCORT AND GUKBOA1 - SUNK. (Heuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. The armed1 escort vessel Mechanic ian -was torpedoed arid subsequently .grounded -in the English Channel -on January 20. She became a total wreck and thirteen lives were lost. The torpedo c-unboat. Hazard sank in the 'English Channel on January 28 as a result oi a collision. Three lives were lost.

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TATTERSALL'S ACCEPTANCES. ADBLAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

TATTERS ALU'S ACCEPTANCES. ADBLAIDE, Wednesday. Following' aFs the acceptances for Tattersali's Meeting", to be run en Saturday: TATTBRSALL'6 (FIRST DIVISION) HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Aislakie (imp), 10 st. 12 lb.; ^ Murillo Bud. 9.11; Shaoko, 9.11; Azoic, 9.6; Alacrity, 9.2: Nomion, 8.12; Silver .Heart. 8.11; Arltungu King, 8.5; Wood I Knight, 8.5; Bectoi, 8.5; Sconser, 8.3; Miss Restful; 7.8; Baracoon, 7.S. TATTERSALL'S (SECOND DIVISION) . HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. KiRl&rney Rose, 9 st. 13 lb.: Golcten ! Rule, 9.13; Winapie, 9.12; Loch Aryan, 9.11; Lord AvingUn, 9.11; Lady Pan | diOD, 9.10; Believe, 9.9; Bonnie' Flag1, I 9.9; Parhad, 9.8; Lord Cooper, 9.4; I Paddy ICoran, 9.3; Holy War, 9.3; Field [ Glass, 9.3; Sweet Rest, 9.2; Her Own, : 9.-2; Znpa 9.2; Marnoch, S.10; Wai -rakei. 8.S: Target Mark, 8.3; S'fc. I Cyprian. 8.0; Scutari,i. 8.0;- Blue Glint, ,8.0; Mumluckhardt, 8.0. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE J About two miles. JThird Degree, 10 st. 11 lb.; Trenton s ! Hope. 10.8; N...

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The Police Station Cells APATHY OF THE GOVERNMENT. DOCTOR'S SENSATIONAL REPORT. "FEVER CASES AMONG POLICE NOTORIOUS." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

.QPATHY OF THE GOVERNMENT. DOCTOR'S SENSATIONAL REPORT. "FfiVER CASES AMONG POLICE NOTORIOUS." ; This is to certify that X have examined police cells N05.-I and 2 at tlie Port Piric-: Police Station. These 'have boarded lloors. Some boards were re moved from each floor. * The under surface of the. boards re moved wore mildewed* and there was a cavity 'underneath each floor of about thi'ce feet in height. The floor of this . cavity was occupied by decaying chaff, and, apparency, manure drift. There was an offensive damp odour arising therefrom, and the decaying matter under neath the immediate surface was wet. Quite recently a police, 'employee was removed from one isf these Cells. which lie occupied, suffering from typhoid fever. The number of cases of typhoid fever, arising amongst the Port Pirie police has be2n notorious for some time past. OLIVER LEITCII, Bac., M.i5 , B.S. This sensational report was prepared by Dr.. Leitch, the Health CHiieer of the Local Board of Healjth. on Tu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

Back ? lis: i»cfiaoiv Regain!': The Little 0.rses a.re Wilting .for i^ew Boots. GET THEM AT - ~ flgfe Hecb aiicS gi Lciw Prices. - Cheapest fcrHe for All Cteses of Footwear. See Oyr Windows _ something Special for this week oi;!y. Pi real FABRIC camvas BOOT, 22/G . for 10/9. 'i'i'JS " VEEK OXF.Y. I T'E THE L5VELY BOOTftlAN, . Af.EXANDERR .STREET. 'I'llone 101. a jUtff n 11 i B1U .feas . T® f ¥ 1 ri for -tfiaaTGW?-.., M%Ltil Dainty Voiles Di ess "Length*. Yerj .Pretry Patter ii^ os lld and . "6s lid tlie -<ifeBsiengtli:::' We ask You io Inspect These Special Lir es . PR ?TSBTB ; I jS3*9 . p. ^ <1 I Q v,/ X.J. THE POPULAR HOUSE, 7' EicI t. Rfly Dental Surgeries v/i!« bs CLCSS0 during CHRJSTWflS HOLIDAYS from Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice Resumed on Thursday, January 4, when wis? be made available to my Patients my Wow Surgeries and Apartments with finished Appointments and Complete Dental Accessories. Herbert Gf Afford, - Qii....

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POLICE COURT. YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

POLICE COURT. YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Mr. u. tj. u-resweii, presiueu over a sitting of the Police Court yesterday morning. Senior-Constable McCarthy prosecuted' for the police. Peter Ilae, with three, previous con victions, was lined .£5 or 14 days' im prisonment for drunkenness. Mr. Creswell warned the accused that if ho came up again lie would be liable for two months^ "without the option for U'eing an .habitual drunkard. Patrick Field, who had a previous conviction, was ordered to pay £2 or go to gaol for seven days for insobriety. Patrick George Miles, who also had a previous conviction, was similarly den It with.

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COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES a Recorder Office, Wednesday. Following are current prices in Port. Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butler {factory}, per lb. 0 1 II Butter (dairy), per lb. . . 0 i 2 Fresh Eg-ss, per doz. .... 0 0 8 Ham, per lb. 0 1 G Bacon, pel* 11) . 0 1.4 Lard, per lb. ....... . Q 1 , 3 Dripping, per lb. ...... 0 0 10 Cheese, per lb. - . . 0 1 2 Onions, per lb. 0 0 2 Potatoes, per qr 0 3 0 FODDER. ETC. £ s. d. Chaff, per ton 3 15 0 Hay (baled), per ton . . 3 15 0 Flour [wholesale), per ton 11 0 0 Bran, per bushel 0 1 4 Pollard, per bushel .... 0 1 5

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The industrial Court CHARGES AGAINST DRIVERS. ADJOURNED FOR LEGAL CONSIDERATION. MEN TO RETURN TO WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

u CHARGES AGAINST DRIVERS. ADJOURNED FOR LEGAL CONSIDERATION. MEN TO RETURN TO WORK. The President of the Stale Industrial Court (Dr. .Tethro Brown) presided over a sitting' of the Court at the Port Pirie Courthouse yesterday morning to hear charges against four horse drivers who had been working on the wharf on which the coal elevators are situated. The Deputy-Registrar 31 r. L. 1). Waterhouse) was also present. The men against whom charges were laid were A. Turnbuli, E: II. ' Pope, T. Guerin, and H. Fisher. All pleaded not guilty. The first case railed was that of A. Turnbull, who was charged, on the in formation of Alfred Mallyon, managing (director of Malyons Ltd., that he did * at- Port Pirie, on January 22, do an act in the nature of a strike contrary to the provisions of The Industrial Arbitra-ll lion Act, 11)12, in that being a person who was bound by an industrial agree ment, dated* September 27, 1917, be tween the informant company and other employers of horsedrivers, of t...

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UNREST IN GERMANY. WHOLESALE STRIKES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

U Pi REST IN GER88Afli\ WHOLESALE STRIKES LONDON, Wednesday. The latest unofficial reports leave n0 room for doubt regarding the serious ness of 'the Gxamjan strikes, ^vthich are spreading from district to dis trict. Factory meetings have been prohibited in all industrial centres. The Frankfurter Zeitung states that apart from, a hundred' thousand work ers who are on strike in Berlin, the movement has spread, to the Bo chum mining district, a most important manufacturing centre. The workers in a torpedo factory at Freidhoort and the; Germania dockyard at Kiel have struck owing .to their leaders being called up by' the military.

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CIVIL WAR IN FINLAND. SENSATIONAL REPORTS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

CsVIL WAR IN FJNLflND. SENSATIONAL REPORTS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Tuesday. The correspondent of *1 he Times at Stockholm says that a succession of sensational reports are coming from Finland, where tile civil war is extending. It is stated that' the re volutionaries have overthrown- the ?Senate.- arrested the senators,. and occupied the Government <!r; oilments.. The-Guards Corps is remaining faith ful to the Government and has re fused. to lay down arms. A big strug gle is expected to follow. The greneral strike which, began at Helsingfors on Januuary 29 is .spread ing, throughout the country. ' The revolutionaries/ who have ap parently been welcomed in many dis tricts, announce that they will rig orously crush all opposition. The Times correspondent at Petro grad says that additional guns and armoured cars have been sent to Helsingfors from (Petrograd with, large reinforcements of. Eed Guards. The Russian Sailors' Committee gave the signal for the attack on ...

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Berlin Labor Troubles "PARTIAL STRIKE" ADMITTED. NINETY THOUSAND MEN REPORTED OUT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

"PARTIAL STRIKE" ADMITTED. MNETY THOUSAND .MEN REPORT ED OUT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday In connection with the recent re ports of labour troubles in Berlin a "partial strike"- is now semi-officially admitted.) Unofiicial' "message front Berlin state that there are 90.030 Strikers, chiefly from metallurgical factories, notably tlie Daimler and Borsig motor works.

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CIVIL SERVANTS AND PUBLIC POSITIONS. DEPUTATION TO THE PREMIER. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

CIVIL SERVANTS AND PUBLIC POSITIONS. I DEPUTATION TO THE PREMIER. I ADELAIDE,' Wednesday A deputation from, the Australian Labor Party, consisting) of Messrs. Edwards, M.P-, L. L. Hill, and V. W. Birrell (secretary) urged the Pre mier to-day that the regulations which debarred Government employes from contesting municipal and par liamentary elections without first resigning or being 'dismissed from Wheir, (portions and forfeiting long service benefits, be abolished, and that those workers should lie treated the same as ordinary citizens. The Premier said that the ques tion dated back to 1893. Precedent was against the deputation. Among Government employes who might con test elections there might be some holding high positions and in posses sion of inside and secret information, and it would not be right that such men should be allowed OT1 the hust ings the opportunity to divulge in formation and perhaps slate the Gov ernment, and then if they were not elected be able to return to th...

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A MINER'S DEATH. JURY ALLEGE NEGLIGENCE BY COMPANY. BROKEN HILL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

A MINER'S DEATH. JURY ALLEGE NEGLIGK.XCE BY COMPANY. BROKEN HILL, Wednesday. i 'At the inquest on tile body 01 nan VosileJT. a Bulgarian, aged 20 years, who was killed on January 17 by a fall of earth at the'Junction Mine, the jury returned a verdict Hint his death was caused through the negligence of the Company in not talcing necessary i precautions to protect tile lives of it employees. The Coroner pointed out that that would mean a charge of manslaughter against some person. > - The 'Foreman of the jury rcarkcd Iial that was not meant, and after a further retirement the jury expressed the opinion that if the instructions of , the inspectors had been carried out! accident would have been avoided. i

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The War. The Western Front RAIDERS DRIVEN OFF. HOSTILE ARTILLERY FIRING. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

RA5BERS DRJVEPJ OFF. HOSTILE ARTILLERY FIRING... (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday X^ielci Marshal Haig reports * We drove off raiders in the neighborhood of Arleuzen and Gofnelle. There is great hostile artillery firing in the Monchy io Preux sector. One or our patrols northeast of Ypres has not returned.

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