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THE PRESIDENT'S VIEW. (Published in The Times). WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

THE PRESIDENT'S VIEW. (Published in The Times). WASHINGTON, Wednesday. President >Vilson is convinced that little short of a revolution in Germany will ensure the responsibility of the Government to the Reichstag majority thus satisfying tlie Allies first condi tions for, a (practicable peace discus sion.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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LEADING HORSEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

LEADING HORSEMEN. Jockey. Mounts. 1st. 2nd. ard. V. Hopwood . . 66. 12J 5 5 61 9 R 7 57 8 7 2 67 7 5 7 53 7 3 8 Veale D. Campbell Sins' Dally .... Ringer 6'» H. Francis . . ? 4$ . Marshall A 8 E. McGowan Little ...... 15

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COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES RECORDER OFFICE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

COMMERCIAL. ;-. j PORT PIRIE PRICES , RECORDER OFFICE, Thursday. ] Following are current prices in Port Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb.. 0 1 il Butter (dairy), per ib. . .01 2 Fresh per doz'. .. . . 0 0 9 Ham, per lb. . . .. .. 0 1 6 Bacon, per lb. ...... . .. 0.13 Lard, per lb. . . . . . . . . 0 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 ..... .. 01 4 Pollard, per bushel 0 i 5

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ANNEXATION POLICY SHAKEN. WHERE PEACE WILL BE MADE. LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

ANNEXATION POLICY SHAKEN. WHERE PEACE WILL BE MADE. LONDON Thursday. Renter's Correspondent at. Petro grad says an ofilcial Maximalist state ment says that everything- indicates that the general strike in Austria has shaken to its foundations the Austro German annexationist policy in the East Formerly Germany had decided to unite the occupied provinces with herself by a customs agreement and railways control but the Austrian workmen com pelled Count Czernin to disassociate himself from the German annexationist plans. If Austria refuses to adopt the German plan for putting the Emperor Karl on the throne of'Poland the whole of the Central Powers' plans will col lapse and peace will not be concluded at Brest Litovsk, but in he streets of Vienna and Berlin. If the Russian revolution refuses to compromise with tile Hohenzollerns and Hapsburgs vic tory will be hers.

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

LEADING SIRES. ?sumber ni Sire. Winners. Pistol If The Welkin 1 St. Anion ,3 Kuorins-a 1 Maltster ... ...... '' Comedy King .... -5 Glinrleniagne II. . . ' Sylvanitc

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. SMELTERS ACCIDENT FUND AND THE A.W.U. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

THE Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i. SMELTERS ACCIDENT FUND AND THE A.W.U. I In reference to the position which I has arisen in connection with the Smelters Accident Fund, and the nianfesto relating to it issued by the company through The Recorder, a special meeting' of the A.W.U. is to be held within the course of a few davs. AN APPEAL FOR ECRUITS The State Recruiting Committee writes:-The eligible men of this State should ask themselves what people, who know they are lit and well and should £0 to help Australia, think when they see that appeals are in vain, that they stay at home and evidently do not care a snap of the finger for home, parents, or loved ones. They should get into khaki. To every single eligible man who has not yet enlisted we would put the question :"Would you go to the war yourself or would you sooner your father went?" That is prompted by the fact that many men of 40 years of age, heads of families, too are responding to the call. They I see the Motherland g...

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BOLSHEVISM IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

BOLSHEVISM IN GERMANY. The Koelniselie Volks Zeitung re marks that the Bolchevist ' bacillus which has been in operation at the peace negotiations at Brest Litovsk have impregnated the German national life with poisonous disintegrating in fluences that would be fatal to any State. Everything now depends, the paper says, upon what the German Socialists decide during Lite next few .critical weeks. 1 ? :

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

PERSONAL. Mr. G. W. H*ilcombe, b.M., arrived yesterday in Port Pirie, where lie will remain for a few days. He will occupy the Bench at the Police Court this morning. Mr. B M. .?Sabine. S.M. is in Adelaide where lie is acting us Master of the Supreme Court Messrs 'H. I\\ Barwell, M.P.. and J. Daley, senators, returned to Adelaide by yesterday morning's train.

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HATRED AGAINST GERMANY. AUSTRIAN WARNING, DESIRE FOR PEACE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

HATRED AGAINST GERMANY. AUSTRIAN WARNING, DESIRE FOR PEACE. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Wednesday A significant article appears in the Vienna newspaper Arbeiter Zeitung, which declares that the rulers of Ger many have .aroused fierce hatred againt Germany -throughout the world. The* paper adds: "No nation can force ano ther nation from the outside to con tinue a war which is full of saerilices when it wishes and can have peace. Berlin must reckon with the desire for peace which is heing powerfully mani fested in Austria."

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Australian Heroes THE 381st CASUALTY LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

Australian Heroes | THE 381st'CASUALTY LIST. The 381st Australian casualty list .was released yesterday morning-. Fol 3 owing- are the names mentioned of : those, who enlisted from South Aus tralia:- . . Killed in Action. » Dvr. G. EDDINGTON, Upper Mit eham. Cpl. R. WOOD, Renmark. Pte. S. II. JENKINS, Woodville. Pie.'- M. W. CIIARLESWORTH, North Adelade. (Cpi. C. M. HARRY, Noi'wbotJ. Pte. B. C. FRANCIS. Woods Point. Pte. V. -ALLEN, England. , Pte. G. WELLS, Quorn. Died of Wounds. Pte. A. W. GARRISON, Port Mac donnell. ^ Pte. A. DUFFY, Birkenhead. Died of I'llness. Sgt. A. FARR, Ireland iat sea). Pte. G. B. WALLACE, Walkerville. : Pte, G. K. UNCLE, New Parkside. Pte. IX G. MALONEY. South Broken .Hill. Died, Cause Not Stated. Pte. A. 0. ANDERSON. Rosewater. Dvr. P DEDIGAN. Yorketown. Dvr. P. R. RICHARDSON, Murray Bridge; Prisoners of War. Pte. M. MANN, Broken Hill. Pte. T. H. LANGKOW, Wayville. Pte. C. MATTHEWS, Hedhill (and wounded). Missing. Second-Lieut. F. B.- WiLLMOTT, Prospect-....

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FURTHER ITALIAN SUCCESSES. CAPTURED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

FURTHER ITALIAN SUCCESSES. CAiPTUKED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. An Italian official report states : We captured Col Delorus and Col dechele on .Monday; and) withstood nun; eroUs counter attacks. We captured Mount Valebella yesterday, almost completely destroying two enemy di visions- Our captures so far include 100 officers, 2,500 men, six guns, 100 machine gfuns, numerous trench mor tars and several thousand rifles. We brought down 17 aeroplanes in two days.

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"Come Outside." AN ANGRY HUSBAND. FINED FOR ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

AN ANGRY HUSBAND. FINED FOR ASSAULT. Before Messrs. J. E. Minimise and G. E. Creswell. J/sP.. in the Police Court yesterdaymorning', Archibald Robin son was charged with'having assaulted Herbert Leslie, on January 26.. 1H0 "pleaded guilty. Each party conducted his own ease. 1 The informant stated that he was a {labourer.'. On Saturday. January 26, |'at. -about 4 p.m.. lie was at Klefinuw's. ?jofl" .Mary-Ellie street. lie was called (out into the street by the defendant., jwho said, "You have been out with my jwife." Informant said*' "No, I never ;'navc." Robinson wanted to light him. ?informant went fur the police, and at .the corner of Gertrude street lie again .met defendant, who-struck him on the mouth. Two other men joined the i defendant, and the three of them got ; the informant out on -the road and j knocked him about. Tito defendant jwas punching: into him. Inf'.«vm;;nl twent to the Ftrc Station and rang up j for the police. .' Defendant: Didn't 1 say ir. you tluit 'you were...

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

ic Back m School Aqain f The Little Ones ar© Waiting for New Boots. GET THEM AT » - High Stocks and at Low Prices. Cheapest irPirie tor All Classes of Footwear. See Our . Windows Here's something Special for Uiis week duly. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for 18/9. TJ'.IS H'EEK ONLY. S T PL THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDERR STREET. 'I'llone 101. for Dainty Voiles Dress Lengths. Very Breif^ Patterns, 5 s lid and 6s lid* the dress length. We ask You to Inspect These Special Lir es PR EST B R THE POPULAR HOUSE. My Dental Surgeries will be CLOSED durjng CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS from Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice 'Resumed on Thursday, January 4, when wiH be made available to my Patients my New Surgories and Apartments with finished Appointments ami Complete Dental Accessories. I si rbert C. Afford, Qualified-Surgeon Dentist 'Phone 228. Waiohmakers, ileweiUers, arscl Optieia?isB ' ' . - ELLEN STREET, POET PIRIE We" have just Completed Enlarging Bur Shop, and Si...

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THE A.W.U. ELECTION OF PORT PIRIE OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

THE fl.W.U. ELECTION OP PORT PIRIE OFFICERS.. The halfyearly meeting of the Port Pirie branch of the Australian Workers' Union was held in !he A.W.U. Rooms. Ellen street, on Tuesday night 3ast. when the following- officers were elected:-President Mr. T. Castle: Senior Viee-President. Mr. W. i Robinette: Junior Vice-President, Mr. P. J. Atkins: Committee, Messrs. Mc Pherson, McNamara. Fitzpatrick. Gee. Pope. Bourke,, and Trevena; Trustees. Messrs. W. Robinetle, S. J. Davis, and J. - McNamara: -Actinpr Organiser, Mr. W. Robinette. The Organisers for the A.W.U. are elected bv the members for (he whole of the State. Mr. A. W. j Lacey has been re-elected in Ihis way. Tlie retiring President Mr. .T. Mc Namara) thanked the officers for the 'Sfe-istance they- had ,aiveiy him' during' his term. He commented on the pro- . press of the union since its inception in Port Pirie. r^markin^ that there bad been nearly 2,000 tickets issued during the past 11 months, which he considered to be very goo...

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WHEAT SCHEME ROYAL COMMISSION. VISIT TO PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

[.WHEAT SCHEME ROYAL COlWiVHS-' -? siqn. VISIT TO PORT PIKE: Tlie Wheal Scheme Royal -Commis sion paisl a visit to Port Pirie -.yesterday. The members who made the trip were Messrs. W. Angus, M.P. (CI 1 airman), W. H. Harvey, M.L.C., E. A. Anslev. R. L. Butler, and J. K. Pick, M.'sP., G. G. Nieholls (Manager of the South Aus tralian Wheat Scheme), aud J. Sincoclc i (Secretary of 11 ic Commission). The party left Adelaide by motor on - Wednesday morning' ,aud proceeded to Wallaroo and inspected the wheat slacks there. On the way they had a look at Port Wakefield and Paskeville. After spending: the afternoon at Wal aroo, they continued to Port Brough ton. \vh'-!',t. they stayed lite nighl. ' £ Purl Pirie wns rrached at about 11 .o'clock yesterday morning,'and--an 'inspection .was made of the .stacks oil Mii' wharfs and the mechanical coal 'handling appliances. After lunch the '.stacks at Solomontown were examined. The object of the trip is to see the ?-manner in which this season's wh...

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TATTERSALL'S ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

TATTERSALL'S ACCEPTANCES. , Following are the acceptances for Tattersall's Meeting, lo be run on Saturday: TATTERSALL'S (FIRST DIVISION) HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Aislabie (imp), 10 st. 12 lb.; Murillo Bud, 9.1 i; Shacko, 9.11; Azoic, 9.6; Alacrity, 9.2; Nomion, 8.12; Silver Heart, 8.11; Arltunga King, 8.5; Wood Knight, 8.5; Bee to!, 8.5; Sconser, 8.3; Miss Restful, 7.8; Baraeoon, 7.8. , TATTERSALL'S (SECOND DIVISION) HANDICAP. , Seven furlongs. KSIlarney Rose, 9 st. 13 lb.: Golden Rule, 9.13; Winapie, 9.12 ;'Loofi Aryan, 9.11 ; Lord Avington, 9.11; Lady Pau dion, 9.10; Believe. 9.9; Bonnie Flag-, 9.9; Parhad, 9.8; Lord Cooper, 9.4; (Paddy Koran, 9.3; Holy War, 9.3; Field i Glass, 9.3: Sweet Rest, 9.2: Her Own, 9.2: Zup'a 9.2; Marnoeh, -8.1'0: Wai- i raki'i. 8.8; Target Mark, , 8.3 ; St. | Cyprian. 8.0: Scut-aria, 8.0; Blue Glint, 8.0; Mumluckhardt, 8.0. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. About two miles. Third Degree, 10 st. 11 lb.: Trenton s! i!upe. 10.8;. Netherton, 9.13; Waltowa, > 9.4: C...

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GERMANS ADMIT LOSSES. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

GERMANS. ADMIT LOSSES. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Wednesday. A German official report states : '.Strong Italian forces maintained at tacks 011" the Asiago Plateau. We gave up Mount Ediavalbella and Col delorug after severe fighting.

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ENGINEER OF ROADS AND BRIDGES. SERVICES DISPENSED WITH GRANTED EIGHT MONTHS' SALARY. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

\ I ENGINEER OF ROADS £ND BRIDGES. SERVICES DISPENSED WITH GRAFTED EIGHT MONTHS' SALARY. ADELAIDE, Thursday. Tlie Premier ! 11 r. A. H. . A'eake) stated to-day that Executive had de ; cided to dispense with the services o£ Mr. F. W. Stovena, Engineer jof Eoads 'and.Bridge;-., as hz had forfeited the conliderice of the government as set , out in the report oi the Royal Com | mission. Ur. Stevens, in a letter, 'had asked for eight monthsj leave ? oi absence, and the Premier explained I that he would in ordinary circum stances have been entitled to that privilege, but his services had now been 'dispensed with. As ,,,, act" oi grace the Government had decided to give him eig-ht months' salary. Mr. 'Peake added di ii legal opinion oi. the Crown Law* officers was that Mi' Sstevtns oouldDnot succeed in <jeii&insx a Board of Enquiry. «

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The Italian Advance LINE GREATLY IMPROVED. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

LiNE GREATLY IMPROVED. (Reuter's Service.) PAJ3IS, Wednesday. A semi-official message saytf that the Italian success cabled yesterday, following the recent French advance oil "Mount Tomba, greatly improves the line guarding the Veuchin Plains.

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SPORTING. MONTH'S RACING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 1 February 1918

SPORTING. MONTH'S RACING FIXTURES. 2-Southj Australian TattersalL's Club. 0-Clare Racing' Club. 7--Elliston Racing Club. 9-Burra Racing Club. J3-MarUndale Racing Club 13--Bordertown Racing' Club. 1G-Gawler Jockey Club, Limited. 10-North-Eastern Jockey Club 10-Victoria-Oakleigh 'Plate. 18-Tumby Bay Jockey Club. 20-Penola Racing Club. |20-Orroroo Jockey Club. ! 21-Port Lincoln Racing- Club. 23-jSouth Australian Jockey Club. 27-Jamestown Racing Club. 27-Millicent Racing Club. (Notes by "Churinga."). Racing statistics for the current half-year are available, and they make interesting reading. Here are some of the most rominent points:-.. WINNING OWNERS. Owner. Races. Value.. £ R. E. il. Hope 3 842 R M. Hawker ...... 2 672 Flannagan ..' .. .. 3' 660, III. E. Gregory ...... 5 - 052 .T. James .... . . .. 4 649 j Ambler and Venn .... 2 634 A. E. Nott .... .... 3 620 II. G. O'Brien ...... 1 565 James & Spencer 3 517 V. E. Hamilton .. .. . . 5 497 A. P. Bowman 4 493 VV. G. Ilollis 3 4...

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