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WHITE GUARD GARRISON CAPTURED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

WHITE GUARD GARRISON CAPTURED. (Reuter's Smice'). LONDON, Wednesday. Reuler's correspondent at Petrograd | states that Finnish revolutionaries] captured the headquarters of the j White Guards at Karpialo and ar- j rested the whole garrison. Reuter's correspondent at Amster- 1 dam says the Vossische Zeitung states that the Rada troops occupied j Kharkoff and Holiibowitch, and formed a- miilistry, which contains no Bol sheviks. Reuter's correspondent at Petrograd says a telegram, from Sebastopol states that the Tartars have occupied Yalta, and are' advancing on Sebastopol,. They are dealing mercilessly en route with Red Guard sailors and soldiers.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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MOHILEFF OCCUPIED. Amsterdam, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

MOHILEFF OCCUPIED. Amsterdam, Tuesday. j rA telegram from Berlin sars 1 Lenin lias occupied Mohileff, the. headquarters of the Russian General : Staff, 'and lias arrested General Kry- . lenko and his entire staff. j The Ukrainians have suppressed a , Bolshevik losing at Kieff. j M. Holubourich. Chairman of the ; Ukranian peace delegation, has been j appointed Premier of the Ukraine j Rada.

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COMPULSORY RATIONING POSTPONED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

COMPULSORY RATIONING POSTPONED. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. In the Houe of Commons Mr. Glynes 'stated that compulsory rationing had been postponed till April op May.

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MEETING OF THE REICHSTAG. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

MEETING OF THE REICHSTAG. (Reuter's Service). LONDON. Wednesday. A telegram from Berlin says that the Reichstag' will meet on March t9.

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An Empire Conference. ANOTHER CHANCE FOR LITTLE BILLY. (Reuter's Service). London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

An Empire Conference. ANOTHER CHAKCE FOB LITTLE" BILLY. (Reuler's Service). London, Tuesday. Heater learns that iu accordance with the general wish expressed last year, and as the convenience of Dominion statesmen and their Par liaments will permit, a series of Imperial War Cabinets and War Conferences will be held in London this year, at which representatives of the Dominions will attend and confer with British Ministers on problems of the war. n

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Disturbance in Holland. "WE ARE HUNGRY." Amsterdam, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

[ Disturbance in Holland. WE ARE HUNGRY." Amsterdam, Tuesday. The Dutch strikes led to a number of minor collisions. The police and i mounted forces fired sliots in the [ air. I Commentators state that food troubles are the x-eal cause of the strike. A number of strikers mar ched in procession at- The Hague past the Palace crying, -'We are hungry and want bread."

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Russia. OFFICIAL STATEMENT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

! Russia. ( OFFICIAL STATEMENT. (Wireless Press). LONDON, Tuesday A Russian message denies the j truth of the statements that terror j and chaos prevail in Petrograd and I elsewhere. The message declares! $ that the KieS Rada has fled, and j that the authority of the Ukraniaii i Council ha,s been recognised. j

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Italian Front. AERIAL SUCCESSES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

Italian Front. AERIAL SUCCESSES. {Reuter's Service). LONDON, Tuesday. An Italian official report states-r We brought down five enemy aero planes and the Britisli brought down eight.

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KALEDIN DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

KALEDIN DEFEATED. Forty-six Cossack regiments in the Don province revolted against Kale din, and He was defeated and fled.

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HAUGHTY BOLSHEVIKS. (Reuter's Service). Amsterdam, Tuesday, [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 February 1918

HAUGHTY BOLSHEVIKS. (Reuter's Service). Amsterdam, Tuesday, j A telegram from Berlin, apparent ly semi-official, spealss of tlie haughty attitude of tlie Bolsheviks at Brest Litovsk as not being justified by the situation on tlie Eastern front. j The message states that the troops > of the Ukrainian Republic practi-, cally entirely support tlieRada. j

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A Co-operative Commonwealth. ARTICLE I. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

wealth. (By W. F. Rogers). I \ ARTICLE I.' Paradoxical as it may sound, th(j evolution of the affairs of the human race is now entering upon the rev cau tionary stage of its progress. Able writers have contributed much inter esting matter to "The Forum" columns'; but there lias been no state ment- of the ease from the workers' the people's-point of view, that is, from.the viewpoint of llie most ad vanced and practical of Twentieth Century Socialises. Professors of our Melbourne Uni versilv have . enunciated ethical prin ciples. Mr. Desmond Byrne has ana- , lysed linane'e from a conservative, and Mr. J. R. Butchart from an old-time ^ banking- slandpoint. Neither can free himself from the conventional shackles of conservative finance, based upon the assumption of the permanent main tenance of the capitalistic system of pre-war times. Mr. Gerald Mussen and Dr. W. H. Brown, of Colae, .have . faintly struck tilie right note, .inas- j much as they, in effect, seem to advo- j cate the co-o...

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LOSS OF LIFE NOT SO HEAVY. SURVIVORS REACH THE IRISH COAST. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

LOSS OF LIFE NOT SO HEAVY. SURVIVORS REACH THE IRISH COAST. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Wednesday. Later reports show that the loss of life through the torpedoing' of the steamer Tuscania was not so heavy as at first stated. It now appears that there are 1,912 survivors from a total of 2,179. The American soldiers on boai*d were small detachments, including engineers, aviators, and military police The survivors landed at widely separated points in Irelanid. There are indications that relief ships were at hand quickly. The fate of the crew is not mentioned.

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American Steamer Sunk. ONE THOSSAND TROOPS LOST. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

ONE THOSSAND TROOPS LOST. (Reuter's Service). VANCOUVER, Wednesday., The American steamer Tuseania has been torpedoed. One thousand troops, apparently Americans, were lost.

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"AN INGENIOUS LIE." THE SITUATION REVIEWED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

"AN INGENIOUS LIE. THI3 SITUATION ItEVJEWED. (Renter's Service). LONDON,Wednesday. A high military authority, in a weekly review, states that although the Germans were never so strong on the Western front, they arc noU yet numerically equal to the Anglo French forces. The enemy at present was trying to create a belief among the Allies that England was full of Iroops. This is an ingeniuus lie. Th«!''e were over a million men in khaki in England, but he emphasised the point tlu^t Engfand is the main l)ase of the Empire for the Ear.

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THE RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR. REVOLUTIONARIES IN FINLAND. (Reuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

THE RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR. REVOLUTIONARIES IN FINLAND. (Reuter's Servicc). PETltOGRAD, Wednesday Tlie revolutionaries claim to hotel the entire south of Finland.

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GAWLER WEIGHTS. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

GAWLER WEIGHTS. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlongs. Passado, 9 st-.;. Bob Manor, 8.8; Norak, 8.8; Marie Studholme, 8.7; Sweet Rest. 8.7; Lady Anton, 8.7; Her Own, 8.7; Doradilla, 8.7; Battle Queen, 8.6; Udine, 8.6; Wilton Chief, 8.6; Antonbridge, 8.5; Lord Cooper, 8.4: Sirinya, 8.4; Miss Bernice, 8.3; La Warrina, 8.2: Kallinta, 8.2: Varlin, 7.13; Pocilliona, T.H;; Banzai's Hope, 7.11;, Lord Pistol,. 7.9; Lady Lossie 7.8; St. Cyprian, 7.8; Miss Point, 7.4; Master Robbie, 7.4; Lord Midge, 7.3; Pedester. 7|3: Montwing, 7.3; De porte, 7.3. HURDLES. Two miles. , Devron, 11 §t. 3 lb.: Trenton's Hope 10.3; Brewster, 10.7; Nether ton, 10.2; Baron Douro 9.10; Waltowa, 9.8; Baracoon, 9.12: Common King. 9.12: Master Maelgwyn, 9.8; Holy War, 9.6; Perignite, 9.6; Proven, 9.4; Kopenick, 9.2; De Walden. 9.0; Patron's Delight, 9.0; Bamako, 9.0; Wldgil 9.0; Thunder Girl. 9.0: Transmitto, 9.0. , RAILWAY TRIALS. Six furlongs. High Tension, 9.0; Opera Bouffe, 8..13; Passado, 8.7; Queenbroo...

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THE [?] Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. THE NOTE ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

__ the - a-ft |:1yrv hi l i ' i ^tfcrbct Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S. ?4 THE NOTE ISSUE. The Australian note issue now amounts to £50J8S,653, and the gold reserve to £18,012,582.

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Red Russia. AWFUL REIGN OF TERROR. MURDER ROBBERY, AND DESTRUCTION. (Pubislied in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

Red Russia. AWFUL REIGN OF TERROR. MURDER. ROBBERY, AND DESTRUCTION. <Pubislied in The Times). LONDON. Thursday The Times correspondent in Petro ffTrtd sends an appalling" account of con ditions in Russia. The reisn of terror murder, and criminality is worse than the darkest time under the old regime. Bands of Red Guard soldiers and sailors are. for ever seelnnsr. searching, con fiscating-, and invadinpr the homes with marauding, drunken hooligans, destroy in.?, smashing, robbing', and ' vioating decency: Protests ace-silenced with | revolvers and bayonets. Sometimes roush-handed justice is administered by lulling burglars who are caught redhanded and flingm.ir their; bodies into the nearest canal. The ex tent of the lawless robberies and murders is indicated by the open sale in the market place of overcoats and furs smeared with blood and human hair. There have been cases in which sailors have murderedd and arreste officers and thrown their bodies intothe them to prison....

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PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Rim February 16. HURDLE RAGE. Two miles. '. Jluttawarrah, 10 st. 3 lb.;* Rytol, 10.0; Scrutinize!1, 9.8; General Jo'ffre, 9.7; Neutral, 0.6; Scutari,, 9.4; Little Pistol, 9.4; Greytiawk, 9.2; Sir Pistol, 9.0. PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Arise, 9 st. 6 lb.; Rayahs, 8.6; Coo nong, 8.5; Laroon, 8.3; Wee Spec, 8.2; Scotch Peer, 8.0: On Parade, 7.10; Holy Friar, T.7 ; Muttawarrah, 7.6; Al baree 7.5; CheerUp. 7.4; Etinie, 7.3; Laura's Pride, 7.2; F.H.E., 7.0; Little Pistol, 7.0; Scutari 7.0.. TRIAL STAKES. One mile. Tinfly, 9.0; Little Pistol, 8.8; Lulla bar, 8.7; Prince Torah, 8.6; Dell Rose, 8.5; Snow town, 8.3; . Miss Redmond, 8.2: Petekree, 8.2; Goonatta, 8.0; Tos tig Belle, 8.0; Scutari, 8.0; Bulparine,, ,12; Deporte 7.12; Bill Watson, 7.10. FLYING HANDICAP. . > : Six furlongs.. Jamestown, 9 St.; Paddilli, 8.12; Laroon, 8.12; Wee Spec, 8.10; ! Scotch Peer, S.S; Garawa, 8.6; Queenbrook, 8.5; Gratiosa, 8;4; Wairakei, 8.4; Muttawarrah, 8.2; Merty Maid,...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 February 1918

, ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. The necessary permission has been obtained from the Miitary Commandant for the holding »f 'these sports 011 March :io. The programme wil consist of JO horseracing events in addition to tlie usual'program of dancing events under the control of Mr. .T. (5. Shin nich.

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