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POLISH QUESTION. MORE ACUTE FORM. (United Cable Service). AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

POLISH QUESTION. MORE ACUTE FOHM. (United Cable Service). . AMSTERDAM, Thm-sday. The Polish question is assuming a snore acute form. owing not only to the cession of Polish territories to Ukraine but Also to the pan-German demand oor .direct access from Germany to Russia through Polish territory and to the solid guarantees for .the maintaining of the new Ukraine States.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ITALIAN FRONT. BRITISH LINE LENGTHEND. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

THE ITALIAN FRONT. BRITISH LINK LKXGTHEND. (Renter's Servic,e). LONDON, Tlmrstki R<mLt:r's correspondent at Italian .JioM.l'fuarters says Ih.'il tlie British line ]ins liocTi InnjrlljH.nr'd considerably east af Affin{<'!!n Kid-'' ant! alone the Pi.nv 31 now extends for some miles east of .Ni-rv'ss

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON. REPORTED CONFIDENCE OF CABINET. (United Cable Sorvice). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON. REPORTED CONFIDENCE OF CABINET. (United CaWe Sorvice). LONDON. Thursday.. The Chronicle says that Sir William Robertson remains Chief of Staff with the full approval and confidence of Cabinet

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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POLISH COUNCIL RESIGNS. ZURICH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

POLISH .COUNCIL RESIGNS. ZURICH, Thursday. 'The Polish Cabinet has resigned as a protest against the Ukraine t-trins involving- the cessation ot territory in which 75 per cent, are poliah ]>ec ple.

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BULGARIA AND RUMANIA. QUESTION O FPEACE. (Reuter's Service). AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

J BULGARIA AND RUMANIA. I QUESTION 0 FPEACE. (liouler's Service). AMSTERDAM, Thursday. The Bulgarian Minister in Berlin ..-.tale? llir.t poace is practicable l»e 1\vt en Rumania and Bulgaria if the for m>ji' accepts Bessarabia and cedes the Dobrudjnda to Bulgaria.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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A GERMAN REPORT. (Wireless Press.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

OFPMA"N" REPORT. (Wirelps? Pr*p=sO LONDON, Thursday. A German official message states : .The Anelo-Frrneh continued their reconnaissances at manv po't><S, rr S'.iltincr i,, violent on^n-cre'iipnts Tiortn -vvard of T.'-ns nr>d' in the Champagne rprfon. The French raiDrd a foc'; hold ' I'd' j a salient southward of Tahure.

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NOT A WRECK. THE KETCH ENDEAVOR. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

NOT A WRECK. , THE KETCH ENDEAVOR. ADELAIDE, Friday. ] The supposed wreck in the Gulf 'proved not to bo a wreck at all. The latest accounts are that the ketch Endeavor struck ft ad weather. A top hamper was discarded, and. this was seen by passings skippers, who feared that a disaster had occur , red. It was imdesstocd that tlv> Kn Ideavor was safely reached.

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ENEMY STEAMER. TORPEDOED BY ITALIANS. (Reuter's Service). ROME, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

"ErJEMY STEAMER. TORPEDOED BY ITALIANS. 'Renter's Service}. ROME. Thursday. An Italian submarine, on Tuesday af ternoon torpedoed an armed enemy tcamor near the island of Lussin.

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AN EARTHQUAKE. FELT AT ANGASTON, KAPUNDA. AND EUDUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

AN EARTHQUAKE. FELT AT ANGASTON, KAPUNDA. 4"NTn mTT)FNT>A A slight earthshock -was experienced at lAneaston this morning- at ^.29 o'clock. It was travelling in a north westerly direction. Later news to-night regarding the earthquake shows that it was felt at Kapunda and Eudtmda.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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SHOCKING EXCESSES. COMMITTED BY RUSSIAN SOLDIERS. (Reuter's Service). STOCKHOLM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

SHOCKING EXCESSES. CU.M.MiTTKi) BY HL'^IAX SULDIKHS .Router's Service). STOCKHOLM, Tiuirsdny. [! is r>'jujru>ii ih;it Russian soldiers .'tre cuniisiiUiiii? shucking excesses «m 'in- Aliiiul Is'i.-mds. Tito Swedish in liui'ihmts have l',c<l to outlying islets. Swi'di;-!] rosi-iM' iwpwiitiun with ict* will tic ik'Spatchi.'il.

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BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY COMPANY. HALF YEARLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY COMPANY. HALF YEARLY HEPOllT. The report of the Broken Hill Pro- | prietary Company, to bo submitted at the sixty-filth half-yearly meeting of shareholders 011 February '22, is to liatid. It covers operations oi the Company for the six months' ended November 30, 1917 The report includes a report by the directors, a report by the genera rm-:m ager (Mr D. G. Delprat), together with . statements of account prepared by the secretary (Mr F. M. Dickenson; . Fol lowing -ire extracts: THE MINE. The unfortunate occurrence of labor troubles at Broken Hill materially af fcctcd the results obtained, as work! was only carried on for a period of four months out of the six. The output of ore as only one-half of that, of the cor responding period of 1916, and as a consequence- costs were largely in rcreaKed, and .the some remarks appiy I .equally . to the operations carried on .a the concentrating' plant. In the zinc -..puration plant an ill-round better re covery was made, ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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THE COAL ELEVATORS. ADMIRAL CLAEKSON RET[?]CENT[?] ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

THE COAL ELEVATORS. ADMIRAL CLAEKSON RETtCUiiSTi ADELAIDE, Friday. Admiral Clorkaon left for .M bourne this afternoon. He vas i n sed to rna'r© a statement in reisr-M to the coal handling plant at i\n Pirie, but declined.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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WATERSIDE WORKERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

WATERSIDE WORKERS' "MEETING. A special summons meeting of the Port Pirie branch of [the- Waterside Workers' Federation has been called for to-morrow afternoon. The pur pose of the meeting is to receive a report of delegates who were appoin ted to meet representatives of the Commonwealth Shipping Board, and to hear the report of & conference held on Thursday.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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SUNDAY SWIMMING DEMONSTRATION. (To the Editor of The Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 16 February 1918

SUNDAY SW'MIVilfJG DEMON STRATION (To the Editor of The "Record-r.) j Sir-, Kinilv allow me to tres ^ass on yo'*r va't-able 9 ace to answer the report in to day's issue in refer ence to a protest from the Tort PVm j Combined Sun'lav School Teachers j Association, who s-iv they desire to \ protest against the action ot those associated with the Port Pirie Swim mine' Association for holding- a dis play of life-savinc on Sundav morn ing last. I would like to enlighten the Teachers' Associat on. tint the Po-t Pirle Amateur Swimming As sociation was not formed until the Monday after the rfisnlay that was (riven bv me and a few life-saving experts from Melbourne, and it had nothing- whatever to do with anyone' connected -with t.he Association, which was formed after that demon j stration. I pm, etc., JAMES PERCY SELLARS, Gc-uetal Secretary P.P.A.S.A.

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Raid by Enemy Destroyers TRAWLER AND SEVEN DRIFTERS SUNK. IN DOVER STBAITS. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

Raid by Enemy Destroyers TRAWLER AND SEVEN DRIFTERS SUNK. IN DOVER STBAITS. (Reuters Service). LONDON, Saturday. The Admiralty reports that a flo tilla of large enemy destroyers made, a swift raid at- 1 o'clock on Friday' morning on our patrol forces in the Straits o, Dover. They sank a trawler and seven drifters -which were hunting for submarines. The des troyers. returned northward ralpidly before >ve were able to engage them.

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The Recent Italian Retreat COMMISSION OF INQUIRY OPENED. POWER TO FIX RESPONSIBILITY. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

The Recent Italian Retreat COMMISSION OF INQUIRY OPENED. POWER TO FIX RESPONSIBILITY. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. The Times correspondent at Rome ] says that a Commission of Inquiry into I the Italian retreat- has been opened | under the presidency of General j Caneva. Signor Orlando, the Premier, at tended. He explained that no limit had been placed'on'the Commission's pow er to establish the responsibility for the defeat.

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BELGIAN JUDGES ARRESTED. PROTEST BY HOLLAND. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

BELGIAN JUDGES ARRESTED. PROTEST BY HOLLAND. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. The Times correspondent at Amster- ' dam states that tlie Dutch Government; has.protested acainst the arrest by the Germans of three Belgian judges. The ' arrests were the result of the .judges' | strike against Germany's sham elec- I tions for the Flanders Conueil . j

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GERMANY AND RUMANIA. KULHLMANN TO OPEN NEGOGOTIATIONS. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

GERMANY AND RUMANIA. KUMIL.MANN TO OPEN NEGO GOTIATIO.XS. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Saturday. Reports from Berlin state Mi.it Kue.hl mann is shortly going to Bucharest- to inaugurate negotiations with Rumania.

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POLAND. TURNED FROM FRIEND TO ENEMY. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

POLAND. TURNED FROM FRIEND TC ENEMY. (Published in The Times). . LONDON, Saturday. The Times correspondent at Copen hagen says that, .^roat workmen's and peasants' anti-German demonstrations are flaming" through the country. The streets of Warsaw are occupied by the military, and the restaurants and theatres are closed. The Berlin Socialist newspaper Vorwacrts writes that the German' an nexationists have turned friendly Po land into an enemy.

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GAWLER RACES. MARIE STUDHOLME WINS DOUBLE ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 18 February 1918

GAWLER RACES. MARIE STUDHOLME WINS DOUBLE ADELAIDE, Sunday. Races were held at Gawler yester- i day with the following results:- I NOVICE HANDICAP. j ' Five furlongs. MARIE STUDHOLME, S.7 (Veale) 1 Tallin. 7.J3 (Hopwood) 2 Bottle Queen, 8.6 (Sins) 3 There were 16 other starters. Won by two lengths, with a length between second and third. Time, i.33 - Dividends: £f./15/ and £1/16/. HURDLES. Two miles. COMMON KING (inc. 51b. pen), 10.3 (Mnoney) . 1 A'cf.iiiTt'j!!. 10.2 {MeCormish) . . 2 De V-'aldcii, 9.0 (Robertson) .... -3 There were seven others. Won by a length. with half a length separating second and third. Time, 3.53. Dividends. £3/3/ and £1/1/. RAILWAY TRIALS." Six furlongs. MARIE STUDHOLME, 7.13 (Camp bell) 1 llardrelly. T.!> (Dally) 2 Silkworm. 7.8 fCaarmichacl) ... 3 Won by half a neck, two lengths separating second and third. Time, 1.16. Dividends, £4/1/ and £5/15/. MODERN ATHENS HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. KONGORONG. 8.0 (Veale) .... 1 Azote, 7.11 (Hobby) 2 Nomio...

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