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THE WHEAT SCHEME COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE WHEAT SCHEME COMMIS SION. The members of the Wheat Scheme Royal Commission are expeclcd in Port Pirie to-day, for the purpose of in specting- the wheat stacks.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE NAVAL AIRCRAFT. AERODEOMFS BOMBED. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE NAVAL AiRCRA AERODEOMF.S BOMBED. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Tuesd The Admiralty states that- the nav al aircraft dropped many bombs ves ?ierdav on aerodromes at Aererycks and Engcl. Two enemy machines -were fajh>ngfat> down during1 patrols. All oi our machines returned.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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ENEMY HAIDERS REPULSED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

ENEMY HAIDERS REPULSED. ' (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. Field Marshal Haig reports : Vve repulsed an attempted raid south ward of the Scarpe. ? The enemy did not reach, our trenches. Hostile artil lery is active) in {.he Arras and Ypres sectors. Our aeroplanes yesterday dropped 400 bombs on lioul,;rs and Manin end. a n aerodrome near Tournai. They also fired several thousand rounds on enemy troops- 'Air fight ing was continuous all day. We shot down two and drove down six enemy machines. Threet of ours are missing We last nicxht dropped six and a half tons of bombs 011 billets, railway sta tions, trains, and' two ' night iiying I aerodromes near Gh-nt and Tournai. All our machines ^returned. ;

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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The Andania SUNK WHILE TOWING TO PORT. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

SUNK WHILE TOWING TO POET. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. It is now officially confirmed that | the, Aiidatiia was sun1;, apparently while being towed into port.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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COLONEL OFFERS TO FIGHT AS PRIVATE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

COLONEL OFFERS TO FIGHT AS PRIVATE. I Major Shillington, of Sydney, who is interesting' himself in the formation of a Returner! Soldiers' Battalion, has re ceived the following letter from a lieat enant-colonel: "I notice by a paragraph in to-day's press that there is a chance of a Returned Soldiers' Battalion being ; formed. I think it is a splendid idea, ? and am quite sure there wil be no difll J eulty in its formation as soon as the re | turned men realize that they would be | sent away as early as possible to one | of the battle fronts as a battalion, i Only advanced and' specialists' train j ing would be required, so that no time need be lost. I herewith offer my ser vices-for the Returned Soldiers' Bat i talion. and am prepared to accept any rank, from private upwards. I am fit and well, and have served in the pre sent war from August 5, 1914, up to the present time. I commanded the th Battalion on Gallipoli and in France up to December, 1916; have never been a day ill, and h...

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OFFICIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

f OFFICIAL STATEMENT. Mr. MacPherson (Under Secretary for ,War), speaking in the House of j Commons last night, said it was esti mated that ten enemy, aeroplanes j reached London on Monday. He admit ted that a number of the casualties were due to crowding at. air-raid, shelters.; "lie emphasised that ques tioners should remember the number of times raiders had been turned back. ;

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

PERSONAL. Dr. Jethro Brown (President of. the State Industrial Court) and Mr. L. D. Waterhouse (Deputy-Registrar), left for Adelaide by motor yesterday after noon. Mr. G. .T. Emery (General Manager of the British Mine at Broken Hill) has been, elected President of the Mining' Managers' Association for the current year. The marriage of Mr. M. P. Gonsidine, M.H.R., and Miss Bessie Washington, daughter of Mr. W. J. Washington, President of the F&glehawk branch of the P.L.C., took place last wek. The Prime Minister (Mr. Ifughes) has again gone to the mountains for a rest and change, and is not expected back in Melbourne for a week.

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THRRIBLE SCENES. AIR SHELTERS RUSHED. FOURTEEN PERSONS CRUSHED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

| THRRIBLE SCENES. J . AIR SHELTERS RUSHED. FOURTEEN- PERSONS CRUSHED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. ! Fourteen people were crushed to j death on the renewal'of the raid on . London after -midnight-'' on Monday. ! They were part of a crowd which-rush led a certain shelter whose gates.were ; found to be locked. N

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Harboding a Deserter WOMAN FINED £20. HIDDEN IN THE WARDROBE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

WOMAN FINED £20. HIDDEN IN THE WARDROBE. -ADELAIDE," Wednesday. Probably the first case of its kind was heard at the Adelaide Police Court this morning, when Mrs. Ruse, of Adelaide, pleaded guilty to having' on January 12, knowing Pte. Donald' .Mc Carthy to be a deserter from the. Defence Forces, attempted to conceal him. Mr. 0. H. Powers, who prosecuted, said that the penalty provided by the Act was imprisonment without hard labour not exceeding 12 months. Mc Carthy was a member of the A.I.P. On January 2, while undergoing detention at Port Glanvllle, he escaped, and ten days later he was discovered in the defendant's house. The military police asked Mrs. Rose whether she had seen her brother. She replied that she had not seen him since he went to Fort Glanville. Corporal Paynter with other officers, searched the house. They went into a bedroom, in which was a wardrobe, which was locked. The defendant' said she could not open the wardrobe as she had lost the key . The- military pol...

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The Italian Front THE ENEMY ATTACKED. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

The Itafiaa Front THE ENEMY ATTACKED. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday . A German official report, states that the Italians attacked between the Asiago and the Brenta.

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HARROWING DETAILS. CROWDED SHELTER DESTROYED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

HARROWING DETAILS. CROWDED SHELTER DESTROYED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. Harrowing' details are being publish ed of Monday night's raid. The worst tragedy occurred in the basement of a building- where, besides a hundred men of a newspaper com posing- staff, many women and children were sheltering". A bomb blew out the wails and the doors, on which was heavy machinery, collapsed upon the people sheltering- in the basement. Watertanks burst, flooding the base ment and drowning- many of the sur vivors. Explosions and fire completed the catastrophe, and the whole build ing was a roaring- furnace. Firemen and police were quickly on (he scene, and assisted by soldiers, they worked their hardest- in fighting- the flames and clearing the-debris. Tileir efforts enabled many of the survivors to escape. The rescuers found groups of women crushed by blocks of concrete and children, killed in each others' arms.

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GERMAN ACCOUNT. (Wireless Press:) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

GERMAN ACCOUNT. (Wireless- Press:) LONDON, Tuesday.. A German, official report says An Italian attack broke down at Monte Sjmol. Our counter attack regained Monte di Calbella, on which the en emy had gained a footing- We threw .back the enemy at Cold el Ttosso and between Firenzella and Brenla, prjsonering 360.

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THE LINE BROKEN, THROUGH. FIFTEEN HUNDRED PRISONERS TAKEN. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 31 January 1918

THE LINE. BROKEN, THROUGH FIFTEEN HUNDRED PRISONERS TAKEN. (Router's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. An Italian official _ message says : Wo stormed yesterday heights east ward of tlie Asia;go basin and broke through the enemy positions at sev eral vomts. . Wo overcome a stub born defence, and subsequently resist ed a violent counter offensive. Wo took 1,500 prisoners.

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SOCIALIST RALLY EN BERLIN. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

SOCIALIST RALLY EN BERLIN. (Wireless Press). LoOXDON, Wednesday. Renter's correspondent, at Amster dam says Socialist representatives from all parts of Germany and Austria are arriving- in Berlin. . Rhenish and West phalian deputies are also arriving and they report that tiio miners are join-j ing- in ever-increasing, numbers. Four j thousand miners in this area were out J on January 28. Hundreds of thousands ] are employed in this area, and nine s mines are affected. j

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OUTSPOKEN PRESS SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

OUTSPOKEN PRESS SUSPENDED. The Socialist journal Vorwaerts also the Berliner Tageblatt and Berlin Post, have been suspended because they showed sympathy with the strikers.

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HINDENBURG AMD THE STRIKERS. CRIME AGAINST ARMIES. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

h"!NDENBURG AMD THE STRIKERS. CRIME AGAINST ARMIES. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thnrsil German newspapers publish a mes sage from Field-Marshal Hindenburg Warning- 1-lie strikers to return to work immediately. He'declares:'- "You ;<rc being- misled. You are weakening Ov-r ntany's defence and committing a eri»>e against our armies. It is cowardice against your brethren at tiie front/'

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The Berlin Strikes SPREADING LIKE WILDFIRE. QUARTER OF A MILLION MEN OUT. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

SPREADING LIKE WILQFERE. XJUARTEK OF, A MILLION MEN OUT. (United Cable Service). ! LONDON, Wednesday, j Among many contradictory reports i concerning- the German strikes one j of tiie most remarkable comes from j Copenhagen. It states that the de- ; velopment ins Berlin resembles , the progress of an avalanche. Over 400,- ; 000 men were out on Tuesday even- j ing, .»nd hundreds were joining hour- j ly. The total on Wednesday Was "758,- | 000. The strikes are now. general in i the country towns. [ Great meetings were held in Berlin, j and resolutions were carried dentalad ing Peace, general suffrage in Prussia, fairer food ?distribution and the re lease of arrested Socialist leaders. According to semi-official German j reports from Amsterdam tlie strikes are still confined t o Berlin. , i

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A BOGUS HERO. AN IMPOSTER SENT TO GAOL. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

A BOGUS HERO. AN IMPOSTER SENT . TO GAOL. . ADELAIDE, Thursday. At the Police Court to-day Henry Johnson tod to answer a series of military charges that he falsely re presented himself as a returned5 sold ier, unlawfully wore a Distinguished Conduct Medal ribbon, and 'had in his possession forged discharges. It was stated in Court that John son was a soldier at Mitcham Camp, and served some months, having stol en comrades', clothing. He had nev er been on active service yet he had been found wearing a brass A, signi fying Gallipoli campaign, and having in his possession a: document which .set out 'that hei showed (conspicuous bravery, at Walker's Ridge, He was sentenced to three months' imprisonment on each charge, the | seuteaces to be .concurrent.

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LEADING TRAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

LEADING TRAINERS. Trainer. C. Howie J. James H .E Gregory IX Dobbin . , T. Keily 0. A Northway .. First. Sec. Third. 9 6 10 6 10 15 r 6 2 - 5 3 2 5 3i 2 4 11, 4 Patterson may have to abandon all idea of talcing the two-year-old Stage girl to Melbourne. While proceeding home from the races on Monday she became frightened at the traffic and met with slight injuries. . ' An excellent acceptance was received1 on Wednesday for Tattersall's Races to be held at Victoria Parle on Satur day. ' There was a strong livelihood of ;t division in at least one race-the Second Division-the programme thus extended into eight races, but the withdrawals on Wednesday saved the. situation. The Firsts Division should go to' either Murillo Bud. Alacrity, or Silver Heart, although perhaps both Shacko and Azoic will race well forward. If Cordelier had started in the Hurdle Race there would have been an interesting tussle for pace between the Carbinier gelding. Third Degree, and Trentons Hope. Third Degree, h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

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