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AMUSEMENTS. COO-EE TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
AMUSEMENTS. COO-EE TO-NIGIIT. ! | The anticipation of a full house at Coo-ec to-night goes without saying'. In the engrossing 5,000-ft.. star, "Bitter Truth." Miss Virginia Pearson again scored heavily with' her audience last night. It should be sufficient to say that the Coo-ee repertoire is crammed full of such gems. To-morrow "Wednesday) Tiight the programwill be be repeated, and on Thursday and Fri day evenings (the management has been able to secure the film for two nights only) will be shown Hall Caine's immortal work, "The Eternal City," which will be followed by Charles i Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities," a story of the French Revolution. Pat rons should be sure to reserve seats for these fine pictures, which are in themselves an education. At each entertainment there will be the usual excellent supporting fims.
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Mr. E. M. Sabine, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Mr. 33. M. Sabine, S. lyan Yurvenpan pleaded guilty to ?having, on. January 19, been unlaw fully in possession of a pair of boots -worth 6/11, which, might reasonably bo suspected of having been stolen or unlawfully obtained. F.C. "J udd was the arresting constable. On Satur day evening, in consequence ot some thing-hef heard. Harold William Goode of the firm of Goode, Bros., Ellen-st, followed the accused down the street as far as the Federal Dock, where he said to him, ''I want those boots you took off the nail." The accused re plied, "I have not got them." Mr. Goode said, ''What are these sticking on your belt under your coat ?" and pulled out a pair of boots similar to those belonging to his firm. He asked the accused his name, and received the reply that he had no name. .Ac cused said he was ofi the Koolunga. Subsequently Mr. 'Goode pointed him out to F- C. Judd, who arrested him. The accused was fined £5 and £1/2/ costs, in default one...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
FUP3ERAL IWTSIHATI'OW. The FRIENDS of the late WILLIAM C. GILL, of Port Germein, ;iro reseck fully informed that his REMAINS will be Removed from tile Port Pirie Hos ital THIS DAY (Wednesday) at 4 p.m. for Interment in Port Pirie Cemetery. SYMONDS BROS., Undertakers and Embahners, Aleandcr Street and Soiomontown. BfRTH* SHEPHERD.-On the 11th .famiary. to Mr. and Mrs. J.- Sheherd, Pirie .South, a son. Both well. ,
THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23. DEATH OF PRIVATE ARTHUR DUFFY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
i Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23. DEATH OP PRIVATE ARTHUR DUFFY. The sad news was received in Port j Pirie yesterday of the death, as the re- I suit of wounds, of Private Arthur Duffy. The late Private Duffy leaves a widow, a daughter of Mr. W. R. Whittaker, of Port Broughton. Pte. Duffy, a native of Port Adelaide, was well known in Port Pirie, particularly in sporting' circles. For some seasons * he was a prominent player for the Solomontown Football Club. Prior to enlistment he was employed 011 the dredge. PIONEERS' ASSOCIATION. A meeting' of the Port. Pirie Pion eers' Association will be held to morrow evening at the Barrier Hotel, at 8 o'clock.
SUBMARINES. HOW BRITAIN IS HAMPERED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
SUBMARINES. HOW BRITAIN IS HAMPERED. I (Reuter's Service). | LONDON, Monday.. In the House of Commons last night Sir Richard Cooper asked how was it that enemy submarines could operate regularly in the Mersey whilst British submarines cannot'operate near enemy ports on the North Sea? Dr. MacNamara replied that the Admiralty was not prepared to admit, that British submarines could not operate near enemy ports on the North Sea. He emphasised that the conditions; in the vicinity of enemy ports were1 wholly different to those near British ports. The absence of mercantile* traflic of the Germans- enabled them, to carry out extensive mining", whilst; the. volume of mercantile traffic im British orts necessitated keeping the* ; approaches clear of vision.
Smelters Co-Operative Council DRAFT CONSTITUTION PROVISIONALLY ADOPTED. ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
SmeltersCo-Operatire CoB&cil JDKAFTI CONSTITUTION PROVIS IONALLY ADOPTED. ELECTION OF REPRESENTA TIVES. A meeting of the Broken Hill Ass ociated. Smelters Co-operative Coun cil was held on Monday afternoon, H\hen the; draft constitution was. pro visionally adopted,, subject to ratifi cation by the reconstituted Council. It is intended to give each depart ment in the Works representation, on the Council, cn a basis of ' numbers. A committee was' appointed to make an allotment of representatives. This .will come before . a later meeting of the present Council, and if accepted steps will be taken to hold elections in each department for Council repre sentatives.
PALESTINE. BRITISH OCCUPY STRONG POSITION. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
PALESTINE. BRITISH OCCUPY STRONG POSITION. (Renter's Service). LONDON, Monday. The Press Bureau announces: Our forces have, carried out successful operations since January ( in the neighbourhood of Maan, south of the Dead Sea. and about 100 miles from, Jerusalem. They occupied a strong posi: lion at Abu Lissal, also at Maghaira,. and compelled the Turks to evacuate this forest, which is a serious blow tO' the fuel supply for the Medinara rail way. After a two-days' engagement north ward of Maan the Arabs occupied .laufe Derwish. They l&lt;illed 80 of the enemy and captured 20.0, and one llelct gun was taken." British aeroplanes bombed Maan on three occasions.
Dardanelles Naval Action STORY OF THE FIGHT. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
Dardanelles Naval Acton GRY OF THE FIGHT. (ReuLer's Service). LONDON, Monday. The Admiralty states that the Goeben and Breslau emerged, from the Dardanelles early on Sunday morning and attacked our forces norUhward of Imbros. with tiie result that Uvo of our monitors were sunk. The enemy went southward of ' Imbros, wfrere the Breslau was forced into a minefield. She struck a mine and sank. . The Goeben went full speed Cor the Dar danelles. Turkish destroyers coining to the assistance of the Breslau were driven off. The Goeben also struck a mine near Hie entrance to the Dardanelles, thus reducing- her speed, and causing- her to settle down aft. She was finally beached at Nagara, where she is being . continuously bombed by our aircraft. We rescued 173 from the Breslau. One hundred and thirty-two were saved from our monitors out of 311.
The Stoppage on the Wharf WORK BEING DONE BY VESSEL'S CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
J WORK BEING-DONE BY VESSEL'S I t CEEW. In. connection with .the dispute which. Has arisen at the elevators ; over the demand for an. e^tta hatch man. Captain Davis, manager ci the Commonwealth. Shipping Board, when seen last night by a Recorder repre senf "SiiY^: said: "After the recent Sydney "strike application was made to Mr. J ustice Biggins for the de registration of the Waterside Woskers Union. This Mr. Justice Higgins de clined to grant, but r^uired the Com niittee ol the Association to amend, their rules in order, that the powers of the Committee ol. Management shall include full control oi the branches of the Federation, which was granted. One of the amend ments made on the 16th day oi Oc tober, 1917* was as under Rule 43.--No resolution shall be submitted to any meeting ot any branch nor shall any action be tak en therat involving- n- cessation of work or for members; to refuse to offer by any member in combinat ion with another member to cease work -or to refuse or fail ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
"STAITE" The Lively Bootman, Port Pirie The perfection of MAR SHALL Shoes has been obtained only by constant attention to excellence of workmanship, originality of styles and choice of superior leather --- T H E LA T E S T-Long Parisian model, Patent Colt skin uppers, with Derby front. Must be seen to be appreciated --- 25/- to 32/6 SJ §> W TiT "*»" v IDBClalS . for THIS MEEK. paintj yoiles Dress Lengths. Very Pretty Patterns, 5 s I la and 6 s lid the dress length. We ask You to inspect Thes^Speclal Lines PR EST BROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. My Dental Surgeries will be CLOSED during CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS frero Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice iResumed on Thursday, January 4, when wil* be made available to my Patients any New Surgeries and Apartments with finished Appointments ant Complete Denial Accessories. . ... Herbert C. Afford, Qualified Surgeci? . Dentist .Phone 228. & SON. Watchmakers,' Jewellers, and Opticians. - ELLEN STREET, PORT PIKIE ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
The Film Star of the Year. CASINO - To-night - CASINO WILLIAM DESMOND AND ,ALMA REUBENS in Triangle's Great Problem Play, Master of His Home The Sequel to " Where are my Children." DARING, ASTOUNDING, SENSATIONAL. The Thrilling Story of a Society Lady whose God was Pleasure; - whose Dread was Motherhood; whose decree was a Childless Home. 5,000 ft. OF POWERFUL DRAMA WITH A TERRIFIC PUNCH. THE SIGN OF THE CUCUMBER. SHE WANTED A DOCTOR. 2,000 ft. L.K.O. COMEDY. THE WAR GRAPHIC. KEYSTONE'S 2,000-ft. RIOT. To-Night : : Casino s : ToNight Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four thtngs every one wants, especially when suffering' from Eye troubles. You get them all at - BENSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., .Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician. HALL'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE ALEXANDER STREET (NEXT- PORT PIRIE FURNISHING CO.), Have Just Unpacked a Large Shipment of MUSIC, GRAMOPHONES, RECORDS, VIOLINS, AND MANDOLINES. Call i...
BATHING ENCLOSURES. QUESTIONS IN THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 23 January 1918
} BATHING ENCLOSURES. QUESTIONS IN THE COUNCIL. at the Solomon (own Reserve. The Mayor said he was not thoro ughly conversant with the regulations, " but he would look them up. Councillor Warren: Are there not notices posted? The Mayor: I ain not sure: but as you know, the Harbours Board has taken all the power out of our hands. Councillor Taylor asked if it were a fact that the bathing sheds werrTbeing used for training' purposes for pugi lists during certain hours, to the ex clusion of people who required them for bathing. The.Inspector (Mr. A. Leonard) said he had no knowledge of such a thing-. The Surveyor 'Mr. T. Karrell) said it. was a fact. It had been done for the last fortnight for two hours each morning by pugilists, and when they were there nobody else could use the shed. ; Councillor Hopkins: It wouldn't do for anybody to object if they are pugi lists. ; Councillor Warren moved that the Council solicitors be consulted to see if the Council had legal action for tres pass....