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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
Announcement Extraordinary OA TE'S ''pencil - Sale . IS COMING. Watch rail Wait Yon know what thai leans! Bushels of Bargain ?'j£3| ( and Shoes for Every Foot. r^. .^w^k The Big Drapery Emporium ;.''' HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAMMOTH DRAPERY STORE?? A Visit Wiii be Appreciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MAN CHESTER DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HOSIERY D[VISION. ~ ~25AROMNS IN OUR EMBROIDERY AND LACE DIVISION.' --..w BARGAINS 1NV OUR RIBUON AND GLOVE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HABERDASHERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR STATIONERY DIVISION. BARGAINS .ALL OVER THS BIG STO£E. LADIES!-Wfe would draw your attention to an Up-to-Dule KITTING ROOM for Ladies' and Children's BOOTS and SHOES. Every Convenience. PR EST B ROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. Denial kimmemmi (A CARD). My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES, and APARTMENTS are now uompiclo. Tlicv have been model led upon the latest. Con tinental designs, with up-to-date Accessories, and afford every facility l'ur high-grade Denial Treatment. ...
UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
UNNECESSARY EXPENSE. i Acute attacks of colic, diarrhooea |and dysentery come on without warn ing- and prompt relief must be obtain ed. It is not necessary to incur the ex pense of a physician's services in such cases if Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of [ this remedy will relieve the pain before [the doctor could arrive. For sale evervwhere.
ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLY. THE AGREEMENT. WITH THE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
ELECTRSC LIGHT SUPPLY. THE AGREEMENT. Y.'iTll THE CO.MPANN . At Monday-night's meeting of trie i To«n Council l::tUr v. as received from the Broken P-iil Associated Hifuclti-'.s t'r^t airtary fonvaMing cop- | ies of tne i:roi osed agrec.reiu tor ! the supply by th-) &lt;'umrany of elec- j trie current for Iowa p'.u'pofos. Councillor Geddets : Will t!,.c agree ment be read ? The Mayor : li is not lor publica tion. Councillor Geddes : But the Coun cil. can have it read. The Mayor : Well I object. 1 have not even seen it yet. Councillor i-eddes . But the Coun cil is I'nt jl !&lt;\'l to have all correspon dence road/ The Mayor : 1 h" correspondence has been read. Co'iuciMor Gc&lt;Ui&lt;>s : But -- The Mayor : Please read lb? agree ment. Mr. Tov. 11 Clerk. C'Councillor Ceddes : No, L don't - Tiie .Mayor : What are you arguing the point about if you don't want it read ? Councillor Gc-Jdes : On a point of order The Ma\ ?or : You »re quite out of 1 order. ...
THE AIR RAID ON ENGLAND. THE CASUALTIES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
THE AIR RAID ON ENGLAND. THE CASUALTIES. (Reuter's Service). LONDON', Monday. It Us officially annoua«o:l that six or seven aeroplanes carried out an air raid on Sunday. Only ow pene trated London. It passed over Tlvam et street , at- 'J.'15 followed, the Tham es, and tlun crossed Loadon from southeast to northwest. Bombs were dropped &lt; on various districts be tween 10.40 and 10.55. The remaining raiders attempted, to rea]fh London from the north-east across Essex and from the ,.;ist along the Tha'mes. but tlicy .were all turned -back. ... The casualties for Saturday's raid' were :-Killed, three men, five wom en, and three children ; injured, one man and three children. ' Thirteen men and throe women were, killed and twenty seven, 7neu,and» ten '.vom^B injured in Sunday's air raid.
WHEAT STACKING. THE GOVERNMENT AND A.W.U. CONFERENCE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
WHEAT STACKING. THE GOVERNMENT AND A.W.l". CONFERENCE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday The conference between the> A.W.U. and the (> overrunent was resumed to day in connection with the stacking of wheat. The .Deputy i'resident . ot the Industrial Court (Mr. X. A. Webbj crcsided. -Air. A. W. ,Viper, K with Mr. S. H. Warren, appeared on behalf of the Treasurer find .Mr. .J. ,1. L'aly repre sented lite A.W.U. Jt was -reported that the parti«3 had "not been able to come to any agreement, and the Deputy 1'rcsident decided that a.s there is some doubt as to whether -many of the parties are really concerned ju the dispute at all, he would not refer the matter into Court, litis decision met with the approval of the1 parties, and Mr. Daly subsequently intimated that he would either file a submission or bring tKe matter before the Court in sonic other way. (Such of the cable news In this' issue as is so headed appeared In The i London Times, and is cabled to Aus-&lt; tralia by special permis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
W. F. WELLS & CO., Gloihing and Boot Palace. V THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection ;of Man's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish!, aE, Tailor-Made, cannot be beatwa is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri^}3. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &e. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were boug&t many moreths ago to arrive, and are at the preoent time much be low tie market vjalue. W. F. WELLS & CO. AIjEXANDES-STEEET, PORT PIRIE. IP you have a WATOH and its a Deceiver, bring it to us. We will take-the deceit- out df it. AS! Work faithfully and well done, and Guaranteed. - - WL WATCHMAKERS, &c., Alexander Street (opposite Bliglit Bros.) t S. C. COTTUEi GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &C. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS," ALEXANDER ST., PORI PIRIE. THE STAR CYCLE AND MOTOR WORKS. FLORENCE ST., PORT PIRIE. AGENT FOR STUDEBAKER MOT...
OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
OLD AGE. Old age as it comes in the orderly process of nature, is a beautiful and majestic tiling. It stands for experi ence, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is old age as it should be, but old age as it often is means poor diges tion, torpid bowels, a slugisli liver arid a general feeling of ill-liealth. despon dency and misery.. This in almost every nstance is wholly unnecssarv. One of Chamberlain's Tabules taken > immediately after supper will improve I the digestion, tone up the liveer and regulate the bowels. That feeling of despondency will give way to one of »hope and good cheer. , Obtainable eveywhere.
MOVEMENTS OF ALEXIFF AND KORNILOFF. FOLLOWERS REPORTED TO BE INCREASING. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
MOVEMENTS OF ALEXIFF AND KORNILOFF. FOLLOWERS REPORTED TO BE INCREASING. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Monday. Itcuter's correspondent at- Pctrograd in a message 'dateel February 9, state* that General ALexielt's operations are developing jn the region, oE Tagantoz. Violent encounters occurred noar I'os toff, while near "Voronezh, the Bolshe viks are surrounded. Tlie> same correspondent.: -telegraph ing on February 10, states. that two outstanding forces- tiro, now arraigned a^aiust the Bolsheviks, namely Alex icE's army and trie Church. The fol lowers of AiexieG; and KorniloG are apparently increasing. It is stated *' that Bolsheviks are Bending an army of 100,000 men, under General Ivry lenko, against AlexjelT. Apart from the above messages nothing is known j in London of the movements of AV-x- | ielT and KornilolT.
PUBLIC CONVENIENCES IN PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
PUBLIC CONVENIENCES IN PORT PIRIE. Councillor Geddes. speaking at the Town Council meeting: on Monday night, said the Council had for a long time delayed the question of public conveniences. Now that the park scheme-was proing ahead it would be well for the Council to take the matter into. consideration. More public con veniences should, be provided in Port Pirie. lie moved that the Works Com mittee be asked to po into the matter and report to the Council, especially taking- into consideration the require ments of the parks, where there were no conveniences at all. Councillor Hop kins, in seconding-, said he was glad the matter had been brought- up, as it was a serious one. The Council should have looked into it long- aj?o. The mo tion was carried unanimously.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
THE WEATHER. After several .dusty days, heavy rain commenced on-.Monday afternoon, and continued almost without intermission, accompanied by thunder and lightning, until early in the evening, when &lt;t cleared up. The total registration at Port Pirie was 65 points. Yesterlay was cool," and the air was beautifully fresh after the previous day's rain. The Stale forecast, issued yesterday, read: "Fine but showery, except for isolated showers and thunder east of the'.Gulf: south-east winds." The highest shade temperature recorded by Mr H. E. Le.Licvre yesterday was 79 degrees. .
MAIN ROADS. ENORMOUS TASK OF REPAIR. STATEMENT BY MINISTER. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
MAIN ROADS. ENORMOUS TASK OF REPAIR. ST \TEMEIT RY MINISTER. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. The Oomrraissiouer of Crown Lands stated to-day; "From time to timo articles appear in tlio newspapers ami letters arc con stantly appearimr rallintr attention to the shocking slate of main and oilier roads. It appears to me Hint, people who Write on those matters have very liffie idea as I" the extent /if rnadj! in the Slatf> arid the comparatively small amount, of mnnov available for their uplceen. Tlie main road schedule shows a total ii-netl! of .'iS32 miles. To put all these roads in fir^t class renair would nrohabiy take from £2.000.000 to &lt;"i.000.000. I hnvo bad an estimate made as regards some of ihe more im portant ro.uIs in (lie ?[;i!e. .".r'-c !injr about 2000 miles. and (m nut th«m j eione :n irn^.] or:1.er would cost) ££>.'>0.000. while the snbsenuenf rust fit' Ihe m>!;eer>. assmuincr lit" life of me f-il In he sis: years, which is a very liberal '^timato. wmi'd run...
Cruelty to a Dog ANIMAL'S NECK BROKEN. FIXE OF £10 IMPOSED. MAGISTRATE'S STRONG COMMENT ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
ANIMAL'S NECK BROKEN. FIXE -OF £10 IMPOSED. MACISTIIATE'3 STRONG COMMEN ADELAIDE, Tuesday. I A.cusp of revolting" cruelty was heard [at. the Police Court to-day, causing the S.M". to say to the defendant. Thomas Spurr, of St. Peters:' "I am of the opin ion that you have been guilty of one. of the crudest cases I have ever heard of in the way in which you killed this dog. I think, the maximum penalty is none too great. You will pay a line of £10, including costs." I Spurr, who is ;; retired civil engineer. ' iwas charged, on the information of Special-Constable G. Batten, of tliu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Aninial;;. with having unlawfully ill treated a fox terrier dog on January 2*. The Defendant conducted hi* own case. Lance Teiss^hv, a chaff merchant, said that 011 January 2S he heard a dog cry. Hi- looked throuirh Ihe defend ant's hack gate, and saw him Willi a dog on the ground wilh one of h?s kr.oc'! on ii. His left, hand was through (lie dog's collar, and the dog...
REGULATION OF CYCLING TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
REGULATION OF CYCLING TRAFFIC The quesition of the regulation ol", cyclist traffic was introduced by Coun cillor Geddes at Mqiulny.. nights meet ing of the Town Council, lie said that now the paths in the new park were were being made with a slight curve cyclists who rushed along at a mad rale of speed presented a greater dan ger than ever. For a long time the Council had been concerned as to the best way of dealing with cyclist traffic in park lands-. In the city parks there were special paths allotted for cyclists only. During the progress of the gar den it would he better to have all cyclist traffic stopped in that .park. lie moved that the question of the regula tion of cyclist traffic in park lands generally be referred to the Council's solicitors, and that they also he asked if the Council had power to slop all cyclist traffic. in the Central Park for the present. Councillor Geddes second ed the motion, which was carried with out dissent.
COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 20 February 1918
COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Following; are current prices In Porl Pirie: PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb. 0 1 11 ;Butter (dairy), per lb. ... 0 12 i Fresh Ejrgs. per doz .... 0 0 11 L?am, per lb 0 I 6 . Bacon, per lb 0 1 3 . Lard, per lb. .... .... 0 1 3 I Dripping, per lb 0 0 10 Cheese, per lb 0 12 Onions, per lb 0 0 2 Potatoes, per qr 0 3 0 FODDER. ETC. Chaff, per ton ........ 3 15 0 ? Hay (baled), per ton .. 3 15 0 Flour (wholesale), per ton 11 0 0 Bran, per bilshel ...... 0 1 4