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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

Ruthless Reductions m;aII;S|o<:fesr: '■ Q ' , V; 'V:;/; _ ^.Oqr WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking Slock. ' SEE OUR. BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. . BUY TO DAY wixilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. Note these Wondrous Bargains - LEsATHER BAGS, Superbly Finished, from .... .. 2/6 E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .. .... .. .... .. .. . 4/G CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, froiji .. l?/6 Stroll Ihorugh and see the profusion of MONEY-SAVI? LeLievre, f G Opportunities Importer, Diamond Merchant Manafactaring Jeweller and OpIicisD, t

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEEROONA'S FIRST BIRTH. A NOTABLE PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

WEEROOPJfl'S FIRSTBIRTH. a Rotable' presentation. Tlic first birth at Weeroona, flic B.II.A.S. watering place across the Gulf, which took place a few weeks ago, hajs not been allowed to pass unmarked. The ladies and workmen who were at Weeroona when tin's important event took place subscribed and purchased some gifts of silver to be handed to the parents for the use of the boy in his early childhood. There was a silver cup, inscribed, "Pr.e sented by the ladies and workmen at Weeroona to Robert Weeroona Fogg, lirsl native born 16th January 1919." The other presents were a silver plate, similarly inscribed, and a silver knife, - fork and spoon. Each article has engraved on it the chilcFs monograms. The presentation was made yesterday afternoon* at the pai* ents' residents. First street, Port Pirie West, by Mesdames Sw-enson, C. Bot trall and Oliver, representing, the sub scribers. Master Robert Weeroona Fogg will probably do credit to his birthplace, as he is said to be a healthy loo...

Publication Title: Recorder
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In the Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

\ IV ■ . ■ I i fa 'the Pobiic Eye f ■ ~ 'Prior lo liis departure for Port Adelaide, Mr. Frank Swain, em ploye of Prest Bros., was, presented bv his fellow employes with a solid leather suit case. He was also pre sented by his comrades in the Salva tion Army' with a mahogaiiy-stoincd writing desk.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Germany Adopts Conscription BOLSHEVIST MENACE. (Reuter's Service.) BERLIN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

BOLSHEVIST MENACE. (Rcutcr's Service.) BERLIN, Wednesday. Conscription to thu'ly-iive years 01 age will be decreed as soon as auth ority Will■ be given the Government by the National Assembly. Heir Gusiav Jsoske, who lias been mentioned for the post as Minister of National Dcfencc", will adopt measures -to establish an army. The Bolshevists are near enough to (lie German frontier to bombard Lyelc, Tilsit ancl Memel, with average long-range guns.

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COOLER WEATHER. TO-DAY'S FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

COOLER .WEATHER.. TO-DAY'S FORECAST. The forecast for to-day is Cool to moderate temperatures and south winds. A shower or two in south east.

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I.W.W. Plot WILSON'S LIFE IN DANGER. (Reuter's Service.) CHICAGO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

WILSON'S LIFE IN DANGER. v (Router's Service.) CHICAGO, Wednesday. Pietro Pierre, an I.W.VV. leader, fias Ixeen arrested for conspiracy to kill President Wilson. . ;

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Children's Playground MOVEMENT AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

Children's Playground MOVEMENT iAT JvADINA. Last week a public: meeting in con nection with the establishment of a playground for children at Kadina was held in the local town hali. The Mayor (Mr Paul Roach) stated that a committee had attended to the level ling of the ground. About £200 was available for the soldiers' memorial, and those who subscribed might be agreeable to allow it to" be used for the playground. His Worship also men tioned visits to playgrounds in Bris bane and Adelaide. Mr W. Luke said that he would have 300 helpers ready so soon as wanted, and Ml sure a scholars' com mittee could be formed. - The 3J;iyor -Said.lie would like one of the Peacc liays set-apart for a working bee nt the: grounds.: A committee was appointed with j Mr P, Jackson as secretary. It was resolved that it be a recom mendation to the Peace Day Commit tee to have a working bee on the third ! day.

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Police Court FAILING TO REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

itfinr >f»*'.mw wjn * *iTt*' f ■ t~«>• -« Police Court o FAILING TO REGISTER. In the Police Court yesterday; be fore Mr; B. O. Scott, S.M., Hermann Karl Frederick Nehlf, a farm laborer, was charged with failing to register as an alien. [ Sergeant Bond pointed out that it was a particularly bad case, as the ; prisoner, who spoke and understood i English well, had resided at Port Broughton for the last live years with out making any effort to register. Nchlf pleaded guilty, and offered no explanation. The S.M. said~ia view Qf the short age of men no good purpose would be served by a sentence of imprisonment. A line of £5 and costs, in default one month's imprisonment. Another alien, Karl Karlem, was -ar raigned on a similar charge, but as the prosecutor pointed out the existence of mitigating circumstances, the case was dismissed with a caution. Cycling cn Footpaths, v 0. F. Walton and 0. M. Gilbert, charged with riding bicycles on the footpaths, were each fined £1 and costs. Th...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURNING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

RETURNING SOLDIERS. News has been received by the Port Pirie branch of the R.8.A. that Messrs H. G. Ilaif, C. G. Plenty and I). H. Prest are to be expected back in Port Pirie at an early date.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

Often Mistaken for Rheumatism. One sign of liver trouble is a screw ing pain in l!ie shoulder, which is often so severe as lo feel as if a gim let was being driven iB. Many people suffering this way imagine it is rheu matism, and rub in iinamenfs and think they areino good because they do no! lose the pain. All that is necessary is a course of Chamberlain's Tablet*. They are the safest,; surest and best medicine for a sluggish liver. The use of Chamberlain's Tablets is not" fol lowed by constipation. Instead you 1 will • lind your bowels act more regu larly and naturally than before, sold everywhere. BUSINESS NOTICE. \V. G. 1IOLDEX ilaie of Adelaide, bees to inform the RESIDENTS of PGRT PIRIE pnd Surrounding Dis tricts that he has TAKEN OVER the PUDNEY STOMOS, and will in future | be known as the _ * i - a I W. G. HOS.DEN STUDIOS. ! , ELLEN STREET. PORT PIRIE. 'Phone 179.

Publication Title: Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919. PROFITEERING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ■ 14, 1919. PROFITEERING. Coined during- the early'stages' of the war, this word Profiteering covers a multitude of devious and despicable practices. -Though the word is new the practice is old, and drastic action will be required before any marked diminution of the evil becomes . ap parent. France, according to the rabies, has set I lie world an example. French profiteers are to be dragged before the courts and punished for their greedy misdeeds, But that is in France, whils' the praotice is world wide. The conditions under which modern peoples live each day increase the facilities for exploitation by trade restriction. Public opinion Is only oc casionally aroused, and the volume of protest against such an iniquitous manner of obtaining wealth is sur prisingly small. It is only since the war that any widespread indignation has made itself manifest. There exists a popular school of sensational fiction, the hero of which, generally an American, by su...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

A SRIAT NIGHT'S ?LIAsUrE. ■I CASINO To'NIght ' To'hlight |ht at Maxims A GLOBlb'tiS CABARET BPECkVLITY FBOSl '-THE GAY .WHITE WAY.'. THE MAXIM GIRLS IN iA: CLASSIC: DANCING DISPLAY. ,^EE: THE NIGHTIE PARADE,'THE BON BON STEP, THE MAXIM BAL LETS, THE CHINESE FANTASY, THS MONKEY DANCE,' AND A HOST OF. NOVELTIES IN "'/.a Midnight at Maxims STAR No. 2; ' The House of Hate EPISODE No. 8, iANOTHEK VERY EXCITING CHAPTER. AMD fi IHOWSTER PROGRAIV!. CASINO——TO-HIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers, and Property Agesnts. Have HOMES FOB SALE ia Good LofiBlSUea on SMALL ^DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. DuildiBgvAHofmesIs near Sme'ters, and scaie townships to Select From. From J2f Deposit We Can Supply the Land ■.. Build ¥©«. the House Lend You :.the-Money. All I&@CE&£t3 uc-iee Rati Property Act prepared by on? Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AKD ADVICE PRES. QFFSCEs &8.EiUlgS28 STHSET. Xmas Presents LETT I SON JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Are Still...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

—The-r APEIiAIBE STEAMSHIP "Co. litdt will Dispatch .Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: (Circumstances Permitting). For Port PIrie, w.A., Pt. Lincoln. S.S. quorna, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. . ". s.s. quorna, every Monday. COAL MERCHANTS. OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port pirie.. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., S.T&.

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NURSES FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

NURSES FROM NEW ZEALAND. ' While the authorities in South r Australia by vacillation and muddle are making-the nursing problem more difiieult New Zealand is liking action to provide assistance. L, Tuesday's Age, a telegram from Wellington is * published setting forth the "the Min ister of Public Health announces that lie has-decided to acecde to the re quest from Australia for nurses to help in fighting tiie influenza epidemic there. Applications are being received by the Minister from nurses in all "" parts of New Zealand. ~

Publication Title: Recorder
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Welcome Home THREE RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

Welcome Home | THREE RETURNED. SOLDIERS. : The business people of Port Pirie made a great display of flags yesterday afternoon in honor of three returning' soldiers. > Pte A. L. Tamms, son of Mr. AV. Tamms, who served, in Egypt, on Galli poli and in France. . Staff-Sergeant Gunn, one of the her oes of Lone Pine. His father is Mr. T. R. Gunn; of Ellen street; and Private Wisemann, a visitor from Coweti, who returned home five weeks ago, but: was made a partici pator in yesterday^ -receptionv-— The Soiomontown railway station had been gaiiv decorated for the; re ception by the ladies who have carried out- that work, since the men started to come hc«me. The school drum and life band and the children worn m;ir shaled by Mr. Geo. Cliarlesworth, headteacher. The National Anthem was sang, also "Home sweet Home." In . decorated niotor cars, the use of whieli was given for the occasion Ijy Messrs P. Price and NV. M. Pelham {driver, Mr. Arthur, Pelham). the three re turned soldiers were co...

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War Gratuties ANNOUNCED BY ADMIRALTY. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

War falaiiies ANNOUNCED BY ADMIRALTY. (Reuter's Service.) -LONDON. Wednesday. The Admiralty announces gratuities • to the Royal navy and the Royal Ma-' rines ranging from £120 to £250 for ; admirals and £140 to £20. for other officers for" the first year's service, r with increments ranging from £3 to 10/ for each additional month's ser vice. Officers of the naval and volun teer reserves receive a gratuity of 100 days' pay for the first year's service and 50 days' pay for each subsequent year.

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GASTRIC INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

GASTRIC INFLUENZA. • To l!u> Editor of "The Recorder.) ■ Sir.—Jn to-day's issue seven cases of gastric influenza . are reported at v Burnt, and have been isolated. At least one ease of gastric influenza has been diagnosed in Solomontown, but tiie patient and family do not appear to be ia any wa>v isolated, and the little children are running the streets and playing- ; in the neighbors' yards all the time. There are no precautions taken at ail so that tire neighbors con clude Ibal gastric influenza is in no ..way/danger9us^.oH;cateh!ng.iThis"has ~ uc-eo iroitig on about a week. T am <€-«• : Pitt) BON'O OMNES solor«onfown, Feb 13. "" '

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSOC- ~ IflTIOW. - Tiic executive committee of the .Port Pirie sub-branch of the R.ir. and .S.l. League met at their rooms in EHen street yesterday afternoon. Tht;.. president. Mr. G. Hayball was in the cbaitv and ttfe following were present: Rev. ^IcGabe. I)r, pilose. Messrs Jlc Cabe. H. Armour. H. Pill.tr and the secretary - (Mr. Craigie). A suggestion that arrangements be made for Hie re gistration of any.. Jiouses for sale in order to assist returned men who wished to buy. was adopted. It was further decided that advertisements calling attention of house owners to tiie proposal should be published. The appeal for funds that" is lo take plaec in April was discussed, and a committee to make the necessary arrangements was appointed.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919

DEATH. SEAGRIM. —On the 13th February, at the Port Pirie Hospital, Dorothy, dearly loved wife of F. C. Seagrim     and youngest daughter of Mrs L. M. Quinn, Florence street.

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SNOWTOWN WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

SNQWTO WN WEIGHTS. The following weights; have been declared for the meeting to bo held on March 1 at Snowlo.wn: Handicap Hurdles, two miles.— Grace Watson, 10.12; Pinballie, iO.iO; Gyr, 10.7: Willing, 10.5; Lochiel, 10.2; Tot V Melba, 9.13: Childwick, 0.13: Paddilli, 9.12; First Day, 9.10; Bay Trent, 9.2; Dardanelie, 9.0 ; Minl heoil, 0.0. .. . ' \ -■ ■ ; - Snowlown Handicap; 1] miles—Tom Gallon, 9.0; Arllunga King, 8.12; - La Boiselle, 8.5: Maldon King'. 8.1IlalVo daie. 8:0Lord Pistol, 7.10: Lady Gapita'no. .7.8; Jamestown, 7.8Ethel jNJ., 7.fT; .ToriHa, 7.5; Tom Nugent,'.7.'2; JMbaree, 7.0: Lochiel, 7.0: Wareast, 7.0. ■ Handicap Trial Stakes, seven fur-; longs.-—Vain, 9.0; Wairakei, -.8.9; Bla til, 8.8; Cyprian, 8.7: Lord Rani'urly, 8.0"; Miss Point, 8.5; Slmvanette, 8.3; Royalstine, 8,0; Tinbrae, 8.0: Kolhie moy; 7.12; Cloudless. 7.11; Bob Man or, 7.11;. Ilopi'aetor" 7.10; Snowtown, 7.10: Broughtan . Lass, 7.10; Eighteen ' Pounder, 7.9; . Zanle Currant, 7.9; Sunfire, 7.9: Captain...

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