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Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. i—Feiruarv 13.—Gawler -Jockey Club. U5J—North-Eastern Jockey Club races, Peterborough. 7 19.-—Orroroo ; Jockey Club. 20.—Tumby Bay Jockey Club. 22.—Port Augusta L.V, Racing Club 26—Jamestown Racing Club. 20.—Milliccnt Racing- Ciub. 27.—Port Lincoln Racing Club. —March.— 1.—Snow town Racing Club. ~ 5.—Balaklava Racing Ciub. 5.'—Mount Gambler Racing Club. 8.—Spalding Racing Club. 12.—Port Broughion Racing Ciub. 12.—Murat Bay Jockey Club. 12, 13:—Naracoortc Racing Club. 15.—-Port Adelaide Racing Club.
GAWLER NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
e.SWLER NOTES. (By_"Cliurinsu.;') Gawler races will ^be held lo-day, and with decent fields and a fair class of fior.se in competition a good day's sport should result. A start will be made with the Sum mer Plate, a paltry stake, which soon er or later will have to be increased. In factj owners generally are . cum-, plaining that they are badly catered for, and the clubs. will soon have to study them in a more lucrative spirit. Looking- over the list in the Plate the chances of Lord Mintberry, Wizzo and ; Ralvona seem best. Battle Queen showed a bit of puce lor a while at Tattersait'C meeting, a ad so did Mar ie Studhohne. It has transpired that both Panjalm and I'lieoda were inelig ible to run. Mount Miltsin holds prior claims in. the Hurdle Race, although, of course, Rytol, on. his Clare- running, should run him close. -Andy Donald does not seem quite ready, and Lochiel, First • Day and Bonnie Flag may do the best of the'others. : Epsom Rose won well at Mo.rtincMu. ' A more misera...
SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
^ -selections; Summer 'Plule: LORD MINTiii^RRY Hurdle MOUNT MILTSLX BYTOL. . Summer Purse: SAN OEOKr.E or Itl.XDMARSli. _ Modem Athens 'Handicap:- "PER A BOUPFE or UDINE. ■ Jumpers' Flat: MURUNDI - or ROYAL UNION. Flying Handicap: ISLE OF SKYE or PRINCE "3IINTBERRY. Willastoa Welter: MISS RESTFUL Or LIKELY.
BEHIND THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
BEHIND THE TIMES. Hon'olliing seciiis to be wrpu'g -AviUi the records of .the' Defence Department and its branches. The following type written note was delivered through the post yesterday:— "You are 1-67 quired to "report yourself immediately at the above address for medical ex amination. Failure, to report will liable you to-prosceution under the Defence Ael.;—J. B. Spells, Lieut.,Wrea"'Oflicer, 50';.. Port Pirie." The lad to whom this peremptory notilication was issued has been ab sent .onactive service for the past three years, and is now in "England, or I'rance. or Germany carrying on the work. - .
PIRIE LAD COMING HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
Plillli LAD COMING HOME. MiV Martin .M'Loisg'hlm of Solomon lown. Iras been informed that his son. No :J1G5 Pie F. .M'Lougiilln, 50th Bat talion. is returning- by the Margba. which left England on January 18, and .will reach Melbourne about March 1. Pte M'Luughlin has been about three and a half years away from home.
The Recorder Published Daily. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919. NATIONAL, RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
Published Dally. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1910. NATIONAL, RIGHTS. Japan's claim lo the League of XaliuiiH 4.1iut free ingress lo all coun tries of the world should, be allowed as a right raises considerations of supreme importance lo civilisation. It is not merely au abstract "or an acade mic matter. it is essentially practical. The claim raises issues - which affect the intellectual and industrial welfare •of everyone. The underlying' prin ciple affects directly the future of Port Pirie and its people, whether they choose to—spend their lives in this community or whether they are merely temporary residents gathering sustenance for enjoyment in some other place. First and foremost, of course, it affects the principle of a While Australia. If the Japanese claim b.e upheld by the League of Rations, then LYifsjralia must cither throw open h'jv ah ores to the njem^ers of any nationality and to men of any and status, or else" stand up .aifaifist the WofI'I.- WfifUjY ..or W~ ^yofljjy, clean...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
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In the Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
I " ■ } fa the Pabiic Eye' j -- ■.-.y | After jO -years of service, Mr. A. G. j Sainsbury tendered his resignation as . I.Cluef Commissioner of Police...lor Vie | loria last week. Sir G. Steward, official j Secretary to the Governor-General. I has been appointed to the position. He i wiir begin his. '.new duties on -March I 1. Sir George is 50years of age. He j began- his career in the \Tasmaniaii j Government service. His salary will | be £900, with £100 allowance. Four i years ago Sir George made an inves tigation of the police system of the Continent. ; ; Our Adelaide correspondent; wired last night: The death is reported of Mr. W. 0. Whitridge, aged 66 years, wiio was one of the leading; followers of cricket in his State. In his younger days he was a successful bowier. -
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
High .Tide: To-day at 8.12 a.ra., and 8.50 p.m. Mariners and others - arc notified that on and "after March ,1 next, " the fog signals, Oabo Island,iwm be al ! tered froin Uvo explosn e rockets in | quick succession every live>minutes to ■ one explosive rocket every.- live minu I les. ■■■■■■ }. Tin- s.s. umana .(Adelaide . Steam ! ship Co) from IS'ewcaslle,"-. readied ^Porl Pi'rie on Thursday night late. She has a cargo of 3500 tons of coal oil board, -which wilt be discharged in due course, at the Barrier wharf: After discharging her cargo she \viii toad 2000 tons of concentrates. 1 The s. Pareora. from Hobart. berth ed at the Baltic wharf during Thurs day night tov discharge her cargo of Tasmanian timber. j The steamship Devon Ciij, which was due at Port Pirie on Wednesday, Jias been diverted to Port Augusta.
CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. PORT PIRIE v SMELTER 'A.' [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. PORT PIRIE v SMELTER 'A.' Tin: program for to-day s cricket promises keen interest. Port: Pirie who was recently - beaten - J>\- Smelter "A" wiH again, meet that team on No. 1 ground. Both sides are confident, and the match will no doubt present good play.: The following players will .lake purl:— Port Pirie: F. Wisdom, R. FurlerV Sv. Dyer, A. G. Davis, T. Angel, C. Smith, A. ^Welsbv, A; McDonald, R. Pimlott, V. Johnson, and T. Law rence; emergencies, H. Harper, and E. Cooper. 1 ' - Smelter "A": D. Nunan, C. Brown, N. Holdsworth, G. Keats, B. Pound, J. Wilson, T. Gardiner, W. Davies, L. Lovelock. D; Gibson, and T. Richards; emergencies, J. ^ing and E. Coutts. ; Y.M.C.A. v SMELTER "B" Y.M.O.A. and Smelter /"B" will oc cupy No. a ground. These teams are fairly evenly matched, and in view of tlie* performances shown at the nets a good game is anticipated. The clubs will be represented as follows: Y^i.C.A. : E. Miller, .H. -Seyern, E. E. Garrett, E. H. Waddy...
Original Armistice AGREE OR CAPITULATE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
Original Armistice AGREE OR CAPITULATE. LONDON, Thursdav. Keuter's correspondent- at Amster dam says "that remarkable revelations regarding- the circumstances which forced Germany to accept the original armistice ^ conditions: were given in a speech at Heidelberg by Herr Pehren , bach, ex-Presidefat of the Reichstag. He said: Dr. Solf read the condition? j to the members of the new and olo i Governments at the Chancellor's pal- : lace on November 10. 'After that a tele gram was read from General Hinden , burg staling that unless all the con ditions were immediately accepted he would be compelled to capitulate with iiis entire array. Herr Ebcrt then put the question, ''Who opposes?" Feh renbach said, "There followed a ter rible siierice which I hope I shall nevei* experience again." . Reiifer learns that demobilisation of the Gv'.rti'.ajn army is almost complete except 100,000 men still on the East front. .': "'V'-;.1:: •. A German volunteer army of 300,000 good experienced soldiers ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
ORIENT: LINE " MAIL STEAMSHIPS To LONDON via Colombo, Suez Canal, Naples, R.M.S. ORONTES will be despatched during: FEBRUARY, carrying 1st: Saloon and 3rd Class Passengers. For all information apply M. C. ANDERSON, Agent, 8 King William Street, Adelaide. Or to John Darling and Son, Local Agents. - —The— ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP Co. Ltd, 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 S QL ORNA, EVERY MONDAY. COAL. WERCHARTS. OFHCt S: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. BUSINESS NOTICE. W. (i. HOLDEN -Uate of Adelaide) begs to inform the RESIDENTS of PCRT PIRIE and Surrowidiug Dis tricts that he has TAKEN OVER the PUDNEY STUDIOS, and will in future be known as the - IV. &lt;3. HOLDEN STUDIOS, ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'Phone 179. " ~ W. H. BRUCE LIMITED, QREAT REDUCTION IN SUIT PRICES £5/5/ for £4/1...
CYCLING. FLINDER'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
CYCLING. FLINDER S CLUB: Crystal Brook will again l)u Use ob jective of Sunday's run. A start will be made froni Lewis's bicycle shop at 9.30 ;um. tomorrow. A good turn out is cxpeeted. ' '•Thf recent \vorking bee was a de cided success, and those who partici pated have every reason to be pleased with their efforts. Another L«ee has been arranged for Monday next, to complete the work. It is Sloped that there will be a good muster. A start will be made at 5 p.m.
"DADS" HONOR ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
"DADS" HONOR ROLL. - - ■ .—-—O— More. than usual interest suiTounds liie forthcoming unveiling" ceremony. ■ to: take place in the Institute Hail next Wednesday at 8 p.m. ..The Mayor, Mr A. B. Forgan, will perform the unveil ing ceremony. Being, the ilrst function of the kind to take place in Port Pirie, it is antici pated that the seating accommodation will be taxed to its utmost capacity. The corporation councillors and oth ers specially invited to do so will oc cupy seats on the platform. The honor roll is claimed to be the finest piece; of workmanship of its kind to l)e seen anywhere in the State. There will be eight ushers in attend ance. It is expected that the program, which appears in our advertising col umns, will prove a big draw. No stone is being left unturned to ensure one of the most interesting and memorable functions so far held in Port Pirie. 'i
ADELAIDE STRIKES. SETTLING TO A LONG FIGHT. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
ADELAIDE STRIKES. settling to a long fight; " adelaide, Friday. Owing to .the fact that many of the men are engaged on peaceful picketing of various establishments to-day there were no meetings of members of the ironmorkers association; but it is un derstood that picket duty will be can celled temporarily on Saturday morn ing to allow the men ta attend a mass "meeting. The secretary, reported there is no fresh development. The Public Stores Yard employes held a long meeting at Port Adelaide this morning, when the. reply of the; "gojanilssieri^s-©f^Piiftlie-: ?Works*was' "considered. Discussion vvas^adjourned The general tone of the gathering was such that there seems to be every prospect of a settlement.