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RAISED TO THE PEERAGE. "EMPEROR OF THE WEST." ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918
RAISED TO THE PEERAGE. "EMPEROR OF THE WEST." ADELAIDE, Fridav. Great interest \\ as ta'sen in Ade laide to-day in the announ cement that Sir John Forrest has been rais ed to the peerage. Many congratul atory telegrains were sent to Mel bourne/ where the Federal Treasurer is recuperating after a recent opera tion. Lord Forrest is undoubtedly one oi Australia's iinest constructive states men, ;;nd so far as can be gathered this is the first baronetcy that has come to the Common-wealth. He is in his 71st year, ajid is a native of Western Australia, where lie showed great vision in devising the Cooll gardie water scheme. He is rightly resarded as the "Emperor ol the West."
Russo-German Negotiations HUM TREACHERY. COMMUNICATIONS CUT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 February 1918
HUM TREACHERY. COMMUNICATIONS CUT. LONDON, Thucsd .j The Times correspondent at Petro ' grad states that although there is a tlirect telegraph line between Petro grad and Brest Litovsk the delegates have not been heard.- from for four days. Trotsky is isolated as in a fortress. It is believed that the . Ger mans have cut off communication. The Smolny Institute is anxious and suspicious, and has retaliated by dis connecting n special wife by -which the Austrci German delegates in Pet* i-ograd communicated with Berlin. A belated message sent by a cour ier from Delegate' Radek states that "a peace agreement surrendering Pol and, Lithuania and Courland would be treachery t-o the Bolsheviks, their friends, and would strengthen ' the Allies' war spirit and only give a short reprieve to the revolution, which would perish if it does not spread to other countries."
ATTACK NOT EXPECTED FOR FORTNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
\TT\CK NOT EXPECTED FOR FORTNIGHT. -\o thing yet indicates an attack in any particular section beyond move ment of troops. It is not believed thai' anything- will happen within the next fortnight. Allied airmen are scoring marked uceesses on the Franco-British and Italian fronts: indeed the enemy is having' considerable trouble in secur ing the information necessary for his onslaught.
GERMAN, ULTIMATUM. NO EVACUATIONS. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
GERMAN, ULTIMATUM. . ., . NO EVACUATIONS. Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturd i The correspondent of The Times at lAmterdam says that Germany ' has delivered what Vonvearts calls an ulti Iniatum to the Bolsheviks, requiring Trotsky to accept Germany's demand of December 27, otherwise-war against Russia will be resumed. The IN'ord Deutsche Zeitung" semi officially stales that the Central Pow ers have intimated that they are un alteruby resolved against the avaeua tinii of Russia's western territory, eiainiing that they "have already gone an extraordiuarly long way to meet Uie Russians on 'the question of the right of natiomil self-determination. Tlx y state that further concessions are. impossible, .and if Trotsky forfeits this last opportunity of peace and sal vation for collapsing Iiusski, then Trot sky's party will be responsible and Russia .must pay the hill.
THE Port Firie Recorder Published Daily. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. TROUBLE WITH HER YOUNG MAN. GIRL ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
THE A?* * * tort line Published Daily. II ill ? ' % I ? L ? ' I . . . 1 I ? JL t u_» MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. TROUBLE WITH HER YOUNG MAIM. GIRL. ATTEMPTS- SUICIDE. ADELAIDE, Sunday. Because .she had had trouble trouble with her young man.so she said, Eve lyn Page, aged 22, of Glen Jg, is al leged to have taken a quantity of liar sol, the new name for iysol. A doctor found her in a state of collapse. He treated.her and the same morning' she still threatened to take her life. She was taken to the Adelaide Hospital, and on being discharged was charged at the Glenetg Court, and released on being bound over in.-the sum of £25 for her good behaviour for 12. months.
LEASE OF AUSTRAL GARDENS FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
LEASE OF AUSTRAL GARDENS FOR RETURNED.' SOLDIERS ADELAIDE, Sundav. The State War Council has taken a five years' lease of the Austral Gar dens on North Terrace near the Bo tanic Hotel, for the Returned Soldiers' League at £500 per year. The gardens have spacious- lawns, and the rooms are large and well-appointed. The staff of King George when he visited Adelaide as Duke of York stayed at the-Austral Gardens. The club will be occupied on April 1. It " contemplates purchasing the property at the expira tion of the lease. .
THE POLITICAL SITUATION. MR STYLES AND HIS RESIGNATION. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
THE POLIXIGAt. SITUATION. ; MR STYLES AND HIS RESIGNATION. ADELAIDE,,^ D-iuiiieii mi uu? urauvucii jrairvy* is writing-, to the Libe.als asking for another conference; regarding' the Cen tral district, but it is stated that the decision of the Liberal Union to run two candidates on its own is irrevoc able. Mr Styles States in an interview to-day that it is evident that he has been dropped, and that as an induce ment to h m. not to insist on his nomi nation he has been offered the secre taryship of the National Party. "I have Written to Mr Blundell declining to accept such .-office "? Iajthe-flrst placo I am not g0inff;t0fbe,;a, person to turn another man out; of his job; and, sec ondly, I think that under the present arrangements the National Party can; not live; longr after the -return of the coalition to the new Parliament, be cause, a&a natural sequence it will be come part, and parcel of the Liberal Union." '" > ' . : : . ;???-.» ? - Mr Blundell positively refuses - t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 February 1918
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