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MELROSE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

MELttOSE RACES. ' The program for the Fro me Jockey Club's annual meeting to be run on Monday next (Foundation Day) is sun; to attract a good contingent of sports, to the popular course. As a holiday •outing for residents of Port Pirie it .affords a splendid opportunity of a . train journey through what is admitt ed to he one of the finest stretches of arable land 111 the Commonwealth. The township of Melrose, which is sit uated at the foot of Mount Remark able, lias many attractions for holi day • makers on no count of its natural beauty:' The course is near the town ship. - Pirie line passengers will leave ' Pirie at 6.30 a.m. and connect with a •special at Gladstone and for their con venience-on the return journey car . riages are to he attached to the goods train timed to leave Gladsone at 9.1'J p.m. ~ i

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. The program for,-to-day's matches is as follows:—Smelter "A" v Port Pirie (No 2 ground)"Smelter ."B" y. Y.M.CA. (No 1 ground). . The teams are ' as "follow1 Port Pirie.—G. Davis. A. Davies, R. Pimlolt, E. Cooper, F. Wisdom,- A. Welsby, A. McDonald, T. Angel, C. Smith, F. Lawrence and T.- Morrishs Smelter "A".—D. Numuv J. King. T. Rothwell, N. Iloldsworth, W. Gibson, E. Coutt.s, J. Wilson, C. Brown, 8. Gardner, W. Davies, and G. Keats; emergencies: J. Scoteher and L. Love lock. , : / ' Smelter ''B".—II. I. Campbell (capt), J. Birrell, L. Tardrew, J. Con nelly, L. Giles, W. Lang, L. Norton, C. H. Impett, A. C. Grey. j. 0. Goatcs, and II. L. Highman: emergencies: L. Giles and J. Liddle. Y.M.C.A.—E. Miller, B. Smerdori, II. E flick, E. L. Mitchell, C. H. Mc Donald, G. Kemp, Prater, P. Petty, E. E. Garrett, S. Parker, J. Connelly Polkinghorne. - ^ The secretary of the Cricket Assoc iation (Mr. F. Wisdom) has received word from the Jamestown Cricket Club saying ...

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SUSPECTED INFLUENZA CASES. MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

SUSPECTED IWFLUEMZft CASES.; MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE. ; : ADELAIDE/ Friday. A sensation was caused in Adelaide to-day by ;i report that u serious case of iin'iuenza had occurred at Unloy. It is only a suspected case so far. TliO: iiatii'ii'i is a boy whose father visited "Melbourne recently. 't'he home* has been isolated and every "precaution is being talccn. Reports from Melbourne slate that there has not ye! been any definite diagnosis of the cases reported to have occurred there.

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Greek Cafe Raided EIGHTEEN PERSONS ARRESTED. GAMBLING CHARGES PREFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

EIGHTEEN PERSONS ARRESTED. GAMBLING CHARGES PREFERRED. A raid;\yas made by the police yes terday afternoon on the premises in Ellen street, known as the Greek Cafe, and eighteen arrests were made. The raid caused, a mild sensation in the neighborhood. Constable Ferguson entered the premises through the back way, and after watching a game that : was in-progress he telephoned to Ser geant Jaines Bond. Warrants. had; • been prepared and everything was in. rGadiness for the raid which followed^' Sergeant. Bona, with Constables; French and Ferguson, went to the ' back of the cafe, and Constables Ken nedy. Barrett, Smythe, Stewart, and Emery entered by the front door. There was no attempt at resistance; one man only tried to "break" away, but Constable Ferguson caught .him by the head. The men, eighteen in number, were taken to the police sta tion, where they, will be charged with being in a place used for'■unlawful gaming.. The defendants, who are all Greeks, "-were bailed out by their c...

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BOY'S LEG INJURED. ACCIDENT NEAR THE SAWPIT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

BOY'S LEG INJURED. ACCIDENT NEAK THE SAWP1T. Tom Sampson, eight years of age, son or Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sampson, of Howetown, had his right leg- badly lacerated -yesterday through being run" over by the wheel of a wagon loaded heavily with sand. He was taken to the hospital by Mr. Hoy Lane, and ad mitted to the institution, where surgi cal aid was given by Dr. O. Leitch, assisted by Dr. Close. The muscles and tendons of the leg were' much torn, and the kneebone was crushed, but it is hoped that,amputation . will not be found necessary. The wagon was in charge of Mr. J'aseoe. wlio drove to the sandhill, which is about three miles from Port Pirie, for a" load of, sand. A number, of children, including Tom Sampson, were given a ride on the wagon. It is surmised that the lad slipped from his seat and fell in front of the wheel "which passed over the leg.

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MOTHER AND SON DROWNED. FORMER RESIDENTS OF PORT PIRIE. AN EXTRAORDINARY COINCIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

MOTHER AND SOW DROWNED. j I FORMER RESIDENTS OP PORT PIR1E. EXTRAORDINARY COINCIDENCE i -lli- II. W. Sampson, butcher, Ellen street, Port. Pirie, received yesterday a. telegram from his brother, Mr. Percy Sampson, .-slating Uutt, his- wife - and ison.-about 10 years of age. bad been drowned. The bereaved husband is a' , farmer at Mangalo. near Coweli, on 'the. west coast of Spencer's Gulf. Xo details were given as to how the fatal ity occurred.. Mr Percy Sampson for merly carried on business in Port Pirie with his bother, Mr F. Sampson, whose son, by a strange coincidence. | had a bad accident in Port Pirie yes terday in circumstances described elso I where in this issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF CHRIST, I.O.O.F. Hall, Florence Street. ii a.m„ Worship, Mr C. W. Mc Donald; 7 p.m., Gospel Service; Mr E. Arnold, of Glen Iris. ' , METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. ALEXANDER STREET. Rev. W. T. SlIiAPLKY. j Morning', 11, '-The Burdens of< Life": Evening-, 7, "The Soul's Awak ening." ~ TENNYSON. Rev. Ed^ar Miller. Morning and Evening. SOLOfiflONTOWN METHODIST . CHURCH. 11 and 7, Rev. Gordon Rowe. PORT PIRIE BAPTIST CHURCH. Opposite the Recreation Ground. ' 11 a.m., Mi- F. G. Durrani; 7 p. in., Rev. A. Gowans. PIRIE SOUTH BAPTIST CHURCH. Solomontown Railway Station. II a.m.. Rev. A. Gowans; 7 p.m., Mr T. I-L Taylor. . Church Anniversary, Next Sunday. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Florence Street. 11 a.m . Mr" \. Hartlfij : 7 p.m., Mr L. Mitcliel I .VH Wficon.K'. 'PHONE. WRITE.' CALL. As you please, but don't negllct order ing your XMAS REFRESHERS from THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM. We .have Full Stocks of All Lines. Imported Whiskies, Brandies and Liqueurs, Colonial B...

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Fire at the Wheat Stacks 120,000 BAGS IN DANGER. HOT WIND AND LITTLE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Fire at the 120,000 BAGS IN DANGER. HOT WIND AND LITTLE' WATEH. Fire broke out in the Port Pirie wheat-stacks about 8 o'clock yesterday morning', .just, as the shifts of men were changing. The outbreak, was in the large stack adjoining- the cleaning plant on the south side. It?started on the north end of the stack. It was first observed by Mr. Wilson, officer in charge of the plant, and Mr Thurlow, clerk. They sent the alarm by tele phone to the Pirie Hire station, and the hose carriage and the usiyil comple ment of men under station officer Kellett, quickly got to work with a couple of lengths of hose attached to the two 3-inch mains. The pressure of water, as usual, was" extremely weak..but the."firemen, lighting against such odds as a hot wind, a warm sun and a little water, worked hard.. They were assisted by gangs of men who shifted the wheat from the stack into trucks as Vapidly as they could in order to . save as much of it as was possible. Before the seat of the lire could b...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

POLICE COURT, In tlie Police Court on Friday, hc-r fore~ Mr. D. C. Scott. S.M., a boy named - James Kenny was pro ceeded against by Lieut. J. B. Spells,' area officer, on a charge of failing to attend a compulsory parade of the 3rd Battalion, InfantryRegiment, Sgt. Major A. M. Miller slated that defend ant had attended only one drill since June last, and the present was his fifth offence. He had missed 40 hours; Defendant-was ordered 15 days' deten tion at Fort Glanvilfe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

ANOTHER GREAT STAR - ATTRACTION. Jit. NORMA TALIVSA0GE, the Movie Idol, in the Great Select Picture Boom, A THRILLING STORY OF CABARET LIFE IN P UUS. C> GREAT AN I» WONDERFUL ACTS. 0. THE RECORD BREAKING PICTURE OF THE YEAR. * EPISODE C>. -SPIES WITHIN." A REMARKABLY SENSATIONAL CHAPTER OF ADVENTURE. Va A 2000 FT. KEYSTONE LAUGII RIOT. 2000 FT. AXl.i A GREAT SUPPORTING PROGRAM. BLIGHT BROTHERS Liceosed Laud Brokers, Einanciers^ and Property Agents. Have llQMZ3 FOR BALE in Good Losaliiiea on SMALL DEPOSITS ana EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 7P Railding Ailctmects near Smelters, and some haody to Company's Buildings. Several townships to Select From From J5f Deposit We Can Supply the Land . Build You the House And Lend You the Money AU^ Oee^ast* uafiar Xttl Propsriy .Ael prepared bjrsur.Expert Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AV.D ADVICE PRES. sr?i£i: alkxahber smssT. Hamp's Coupons* To-Day WILL uUli NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS PLEASE RlSJ)EE.\.l THEIR COtSB$N; rooks TO-HAV if possible;;-. We wiv...

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SINN FEIN PARLIAMENT. (Reuter's service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

SINN FEIN PARLIAMENT. (Reutcr's service.) LONDON. Thursday. The ""Sinn Fein Parliament held secret session yesterday and appoints a Premier and four Ministers. Th names were not disclosed.

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The Recorder Published Dally. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1919. UNIONISTS AND NON-UNIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Ihc Mecorki | Pu'aiisned Daliy. i SATUaiJAV;' JANUARY 25, UNIONISTS AND NON-UNiONISTS. Only the ultraconservative and the i industrial out-of-date are to-day op- j posed to trade unionism. All pro- j gressive people now admit the right of men and women to combine in unions for the purpose of. protecting their industrial interests. There are, of course, employers who make 110 secret of their dislike of unions, but these -are aa an ever-decreasing min ority. A great many employees have no quarrel with the provisions of the Federal Arbitration Act empowering' the judges to grant preference to unionists. These employers would much prefer that all those in their em ploy belonged to unions. They re cognise the undoubted advantages of collective bargaining with industrial ists. In other words, they freely con cede the right of men to discuss with them every question of wages and conditions of labor that arises. This class of employer, the membership of 1 which is increasing yearly, endeavo...

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PRISONERS IN IRELAND. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

PRISONERS !N IRELAND. (Published in The Times.) - LONDON. Wednesday. The Times correspondent in Dublin «ays twelve masked men attacked ..and shot dead two policemen near Tipper-' ary who were guarding- a conveyance . which was faking- blasting explosives toa quarry. The men seized the ex plosives and escaped. No arrests have been made. -Sinn Fein prisoners in Belfast -Gaol :'madc; a demonstration on Tuesday. The police were called in and hand- * cuffed the prisoners. j

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UNION V. NON-UNION LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

- UNION V. NON-UNION LABOH. Meetings of the A.W.U. will bo held on Sunday at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the A.W..V. JIali. to further consider the mailer of non-union labor. A j pi'onoutu-ri"-!'n! mi Uip. subject, frum ! the B.TI..\.S. Ply. Ltd. 'is published oa 1 Hie third pa^e of this issue.

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ANGLO-FRENCH TAKE TURKISH RAILWAYS. (Reuter's Service.) CONSTANTINOPLE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

ANGLO-FRENCH TAKE TURKISH! RAILWAYS. I (Tu'.utor's Service. } CONSTANTINOPLE, Thursday. The lAnido-French have taken over the administration of the Turkish rail ways, including- 1.1 ie Bagdad railway.

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RETURNING SOLDIERS. NESTOR CONTINGENT DUE ON SUNDAY. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

RETURNING: SOLDIERS, NESTOR CONTINGENT DUE ON SUNDAY. ADELAIDE, Friday. The returning soldiers on the Ises tor are expected to arrive at Keswick at 9 a.m. on Sunday next. ~ ORIENT LIST The following soldiers are return ins to Australia on the Orontes. The date of disembarkation will be an-, nounced shortly before her arrival:— Lieut. T. T. Bain . ,:V. 2nd Lieut. D. L. Van. Senden ' Gnr. W. T. Acottj Pte R. M. Aitken hcad; Pte F. J. Andrews, Spr. E. TV. J. Baker, Cpl. h. E. Barrett (D.G.M.), Spr. W. Barronn, S/Sgt. J. V. Barl lett, Pte C. D: vPr Beasl#. Pte C. G. Beckraan, Pte II. Retro, Ftr. IL F. J. BottriU M.M.), Pte H. G. Bristow, Spr. J. Burnop, Pte D. P. Burrows. Pte C. L.Caldecott, Gnr. F; W. Chambers, Pte. A. C. Coleman, Pte S. j .T. Condon, L/Cpl. W. J. R. Conroy, Pte R. B. Coonan. T/Sgt. J. Daly, L/Cpl. J. Dodd, Pte J. Dorlirig, Cpl. J. F. Durant, Pte. H. Dunstan. Pte A. Fawcett, Pte. A. G. M. Free man, P.tc T. J. Freet, Pte A. Frost, 1 Pte R. B. Gongh. L/Cpl A. K. Harris, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Saturday, THiS IS TO BE THE BIGGEST PRICE-CUTTING EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF OUR BUSINESS. OUR LATEST LONDON CABLES POINT TO A FURTHER ADVANCES IN WOOLLEN AND COTTON GOODS. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS FACT WE-HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT A GOOD PORTION OF OUR HUGE STOCKS, BOUGHT AT OLD PRICES. THE SALE PRICES, IN MANY INSTANCES ARE FAR BELOW CITY PRICES. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GIVEN-OPPORTUNITY. BE EARLY ON SATURDAY. BARGAINS IN MANCHESTER. BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS. BARGAINS IN LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES. BARGAINS IN GENTS' BOOTS. BARGAINS IN MILLINERY. BARGINSs IN MEN'S CLOTHING. BAR GAINS IN THE SHOWROOM. — — — BARGAINS ALL OVER THE HOUSE. AMONGST THE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS WE QUOTE A FEW:— 50 Pieces White Calico,-36-inch, pure cloth, 1/3 yard. 20 Pieces Grafton Voile, in Fashion able Stripes. 2/11 for 1/6 yard 2 Pieces Assam Silk, 10/6 for 8/6. j 2 Pieces Assam Silk, 9/6 for 7/6 WE ASK YOUR INSPECTION OP THE SAMPLE RANGE OF" NAPPERY WE ARE NOW SHOWING. TRAY CLOTHS. TABLE RUNNERS. D'OYLE YS, ETC., AT PR...

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THE BURMAH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

THE BURR3AH CONTINGENT. The following soldiers are return ing on the Bunnell:— Invalids—Pie L. L/Altrill, Pie S. If. A. Bouts. Pie F. H. Grivell. Returning on Duty, etc.—L/Cpl R. P. Lewis, "Pie W. H. Bates, Pte J. R. Buttcrick, Pie H. A. Edwards. Leave.—T./Sgt. R.S.Welsh (M.MV, Lieut. W. II. Green (M.G.). Lieut. H. A. R. Squires, Lieut. A. Warren-Jones, Sister E. M. Crabb. L/Cpl. S. F. Anderson, Pte A. D. Antonson. Pte A. G. Borchardt. Dvr. H. II. Bottom. Pte A. E. Brook, L/Cpl C. J. Brown. T/Cpl. E. F. Brown, G./ Q.M.S. F. R. Bullen, Pte T. H. Burt, L/Cpl.. G. W. Busbridge. W.O. 11 F. C. Cartel', Pte II. C. Caust, Gnr. T. B. R. Crabbe. Bdr.-A. V. Davenport, Pte H. M. Da vill, Spr. W. Davev, Sgt. G. W. Dewar, Pie G. Dodd. L/Cpl. R. J.. Dillon, Pte H. Downing, Pte. W. C. Dunstall, Dvr. F. H. Dyer. ■ " Pte F. G. Evans, Pie M; Ev, Gnr. S. Farrell, Spr. J. Ferguson, Dvr. J. Fair liank. Spr. .T, H. Fishburn, Dvr. N. P. Fitzgerald, Sgt. R. H. Fry (D.C.M., M.M.}, • -ag Pte C. C. Grivell, P...

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Non-Members of the A.I.F. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Non-Members of the A.I.F. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Bazar, Major BcurinKm, (R. Air Force) ; T. Sgt. Braricln (Goldblream - Guard?;; ; Lieut. II. O. Hopkins, Bn. Liverpool Regirnent){ Rfloian-.N; Fv Lock. (Ri fle Brigade; : Lieut. R. X. Robinsnoi (ft. -Air Fo! (•> ~ . Diiwi. L. A. Arm strong (R.lf.Aj : Sgt. Biggwither (R.F.A.) ; Mrs. M. B. Hammond; Ptc E. John, (Labor Corps) : Pte L. A. Matthews (Yorkshire L. 1.); Mate S. Symonds; Engr.-Lieut. R. Wildridge, (Naval Reserve). S Nurse G. M. Al mond (now Airs. Bright and child); S Nurse D. A. Rose (now Mrs Wliyle) ; Licut.-Col. J. H. Whyle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

- --- LIFTING THE EMBARGO. Everybody remembers the early days of Hie war, when, after Hie firs I shock was over, and it was found that no German miracle had happened, avl thai "Britannia still ruled the waves," then: was confident talk of "'business as usual." But we. had .reckoned with out the submarine, that hitherto dark factor. Little by little it perfected it self, and little by little, if it could not of itself break the spell which the Bri tish fleet- put upon Germany, it began to put a spell of its own upon Great Britain, until she found herself com pelled to cease "business as usual" and, in order to conserve supplies for I her own people, to prohibit absolutely j the export of all foodstuffs abroad. It is over eighteen months since the pro hibition was put In force and since any shipment of Bournvillc or Cadbury's Cocoa or Chocolates left England. For some time past Cadbury's Australian warehouses have been empty of every thing in the nature of cocoa or chocol ate, and hav...

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