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RUSSIAN FINANCES. (Published in The Times). PETROGRAD, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

RUSSIAN FINANCES. (Published in The*Times). PETROGRAD, Saturday. In order to obtain possession of the funds belong- to the oldn Russian Government lying in banks abroad, the Bolsheyiki refuse to allow foreign em bassies'and consulates to draw on de posits in Russian banks.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Boys in Frasce FOOTBALL INSTEAD OF DRILL. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

.The Boys in Frasce FOOTiULL /INSTEAD OF DRILL. LONDON, Sunday. In every way the Australians' win ter in France is infinitely Tetter than the last. The policy o£ catering for their recreation by means, of football and, athletics and eliminating needless ?drills and parades, lias produced' a state of contentment hitherto un known. A veteran Sydney ^officer states that he has not seen the boys fitter. Their recuperation following ?their trials at jPasschendael^ is mar vellous. The- medical officers have had all their estimates of winter-was jtage upset. Surgeon General Howse says -figures prove that there is less danger from sickness and hurt in France than 011 Salisbury Plain. Sup reme confidence permeates the forces.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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Boarding Steamer SUnk THE LOUVAIN TORPEDOED. 224 LIVES LOST. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

THE LCUVAiN TORPEDOED. 224 LIVES LOST. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Saturday The Admiralty reports that the armed boarding steamer Louvain was torpedoed and sunk in the Eastern Mediterranean on January 21- Seven ! officers and 217 men were lost. j

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE PARIS AIR RAID. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF CASUALTIES. 45 KILLED AND 207 INJURED. (Reuter's Service). PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

THE PARIS AIR RAID. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF CASUALTIES. KILLED AND 207 INJURED. (Reuter's Service's. PARIS, Saturday. A French official message states that the casualties in the German air raid 'were 45 killed (of whom ?> 1 were in the city atifl 14 i lithe suburbs, in cluding 11 women and five children), and 207 injured 'of whom 131 were in the city and 16 in the suburbs).

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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SUBMARINISM HELD. STATEMENT BY SIR ERIC GEDDES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

SUBfVSARlNISM HELD. STATEMENT BY SIR KRIC OEDDES. f Router's Service.) LONDON SatunJ: Sir Eric Oeddes. interviewed by the I Associated Press on the e>:oiry of a! year of unrestricted subnuirinisns. said: "The submarine is held. Sinkings are now reduced to a level below that which existed when Germany threw off all restraint." He thought we were i now sinking- submarines as fast as Germany could build them.

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AMERICA AND THE WAR (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

AMERICA AND THE WAR .'Reuler's Service). WASHINGTON, Saturday America's heatless 'days may, end 011 Monday, for the coal situation is .improving the weather is getting warm. T^e Government is taMng over the fuel oil industry. Mr* Baker, Secretary for War, is planning a tour of tlie war zone.

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AVOIDANCE OF HOSPITALS AND SCHOOLS. (United Gable Service). PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

AYOIPANCK OF HOSPITALS AND SCHOOLS. (United Gable Service).' PARIS. Saturday. Enemy airmen captured in Wednes day's raid had written orders to avoid hospitals and schools. It was ex plained that these orders wer« to save the airmen being shot if captured..

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THE ARGENTINE. (Reuter's Service). BUENOS AYRES, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

THE ARGENTINE. (Reuter's Service). BUENOS AYRES,' -SaUuvluy. Tlie Argentine's Military Attaches have been recalled from Berlin and Vienna. This is regarded as significant in view of the sinking' of the. Argentine steamship Irriando on January 26.

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NAVAL AIRCRAFT. A.N AERODROME BOMBED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 4 February 1918

NAVAL AIRCRAFT. A.N AEKODROME BOMBED. (Houter's Service.') LONDON, Saturday. The Admiralty,slates: Our aircraft bombed on Wednesday an aerodrome at Oosteamp, directly hit-ting' a hangar and sheds, and causing: fires. Wt; forced down one enemy machine out of control and also during' patrols forced down one and shot down two out of control. One of ours is missing.

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DEATH OF CANON LITTLE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

DEATH OF C.ftWON LITTLE. (Published in 'fixe Timea). LO-VDOX, .Monday. Tiie death is announced »f Canon | Knox Little.

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A TIME SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

A TIME SAVER. Keep Chamberlain's? Paain Balm on hand. It is an antiseptic liniment and causes wounds to heal in loss time than by any other treatment. For sale everywhere.

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Liberals and Nationalists STATEMENT BY MR. PIPER. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

j Liberals and Nationalists j ! i STATEMENT BY MR. PIPER. ADELAIDE, Monday. A strongly worded statement was | made this afternoon by Mr. A. W. [ Piper, President of the Liberal Union ' referring to the Nationalists' letter j which was published in Monday's; .Recorder. He says : "The peremp- j tory refusal to discuss the offer of j the Liberals in Central No 2 district ' is hardly the language of friends in! negotiation.' iBut let that pass, j More t regret.able is the indication that the National Party, in sending the letter, was actuated by no broad- .. er ithoun-ht' than! supposed] .self-interest' The exigencies of the State, the pec- j uliar difficulties of the time, and the surest means of winning the elections none of these are to be brought, into the discussion whether a partic ular seat shall be sought for Liber als or Nationalists. The insertions in the letter are quite iuacurate, and evidense com plete misappreciation oi tlie fae-j*. far every Nationalist supporter of the C...

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The French Sca[?]dals SOLO PASHA TRIALS. ENORMOUS INTEREST. (Published in The Times). LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

SOLO PASHA TRIALS. ENORMOUS INTEREST. 'Published in The Times). LONDON. Mnnd ; The Times correspondent at Purls says that the series of 20 treason trials ; begin to-day The trial of Bolo Pasha |will be taken first"' It is expected that | the hearing will be prolonged and ex citing-. Paris is enormousv interest ed i There is presumptive evidence that three groups associated through in trigues in Switzerland, where the ex Khedive of Egypt and others ap parently endeavoured to act as a trea sonable telephone exchange for Gail laux. Malvy, Bonne, trouge, Bolo, and , Sumbert. The first stage of the defer red Malvy drama beggared the most fertile cinema producer, showing a procession of courtesans, Oriental po : tentates, a inbassadors, politicians, journalists, and sham countesses amid, steady rain. Bolo Pasha loudly protests his inno cence, and has summoned Gaillaux for his defence. The prosecution relies primarily on the evidence of the American Secret Service.

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ENEMY RAIDERS DRIVEN OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

i ENEMY RAIDERS DRIVEN OFF. Sir Douglas IJaig- reports: We drove off raiders with loss eastward of Poly gon Wood. Hostile, artillery is active south-westward of Epehy, in I lie neighbourhood of !!ie Arras-Cambrai road, southward of Armentierres and in the Ypres sector.

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PATROL ENCOUNTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

PATROL ENCOUNTERS. [ Field-Marshal Haig- reports: We re ! pulsed a raid at Poe!enp<_'!Ee. Patrol **n i counters gave us an advantage soulh Kvard of Lens. Hostiio artillery linn, lis taking- place at Lavacquerie souili .ward of Lens.

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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. EXTRAVAGANCE ON THE INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. EXTRAVAGANCE ON THE INCREASE. bpoafcing" at the half-yearly m-"t - in.? of the shareholders of the Com mercial Banking1 Company of Sydney, Ltd., Mr. G. J. Cohen, Chairman of Directors, said that six months ago he > called the attention of the community I to the necessity for economy to enable! the country to hear the burden of debt" caused by the war. "I regret," he said, "that so far there is no evidence i of any serious attempt at economy by the people. Extravagance is only too I apparent everywhere, and' in every form, and unfortunately seems to be on the increase. That strict economy will sooner or later be forced on the community is clear to everyone versed in financial matters, and the sooner the public can be made lo realize this the better it will be for the country generally." -

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ENEMY ATTACKS FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

ENEMY ATTACKS FAIL. i A French communique says: mere is marked reciprocal artillery activity north of the Aisne in the Fleur-de-Paris region. Enemy coups-de-main -against a small post south of Lombaerdszydc, nor th of Hill 344, on Hie right of the Meuse, north of Bnres, in Alsace, and Uie Rhone-Rhine Canal, in the region of Alsace, failed.

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LINKING UP TRADES UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

LINKING UP TRADES UNIONS. Following upon a suggestion as to tlie reorganisation of unionism made by tlie Secretary of the Sydney Labour Council ('Mr. Kavanagh, M.L.C.), in his. half-yearly report, the Council has decided to appoint a contntiilcc to deal with the matter," -Mr. Kavanagh pro posed the grouping of unions on the lines of trade nihility, the groups to he formed into industrial federa tions, such federations lo be linked up tu a central State council. He also sug gested that such Siaie councils should he linked up into an Aulr.ilkm Labour Council..

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The Western Front ENEMY AERODROME FIRED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

-o ENEMY AERODROME FIRED. : (Renter's Service). LONDON, Sunday. The Admiralty states: Our aircraft bombed the : Varseenaers aerodrome yesterday morning A direct hit was made, and a fire broke out. We de stroyed one enemy machine. All of ours returned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 5 February 1918

HOUSE SCARCITY AT LITHGOW. . Port Pirie is apparently not I lie only place ' where 1 there is a scarcity of houses. T11e President of the Litlijrow (N.S.W.) Returned Soldiers' "League, referring to the lack of living accommodation in that town, said that 42 men were living in one seven roomed house. In other cases four and five men were housed in rooms 10 ft. x 12 ft. WS.NTED ADVERTISEMENTS. Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid) 1/, three consecutive inser tions 2/6. No advertisement booked under 2/6. i TO LET, One Furnished Front Room, suit two or three ninths, quiet pi,-see, jrood locality. Apply Recorder Office. twt WANTED, at- once, Three Good Ferrets. Apply tin's Office. twt. WANTED. Girl, for house duly. Apply Mrs. Macksad. Pirie West.. FOR SALE, Wire-haired Fox Terrier Pups from prize imported slock, also ; imported hitch and dog. Apply Box i 32. Crystal Brook. OF 'asp «a «sp III #1 11 li I 8 & UM vi I 1MB iiii «; m,o& :MV^««ua»c«EKS WILL BE IN " PULL = ?? ...

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