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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
IHMVGHTS START &lt;30108. Nazetha is the most effective and pleasing cure lor head colds,'ca tarrh, bronchitis and aU throat an/* chest troubles. Nazeiha is an ovo nasai antiseptio« therefore a most ef fective precautionary measure against the microbes of Influenza, Diphtheria, Notice I, the undersigned, wish to NOTIFY the PUBLIC of PORT P1RIE that I have this day DISPOSED of. MY BUSI NESS, on account of ill-health, to Mr C1IRIST0PHERSEN, of Port Augusta. ■And Dave Green will manage the busi ness as usual. - GEO. J. GREEN, - Tobacconist and Hairdresser. Alexander Street. Fr H. ^VVMrm HOUSE, LAND, (NSURAHCi and COMMISSION AGENT* AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ■'I - ANYWHERE. MARKET EVERY SATURDAY. MONEY TO LEND CHEAP ALLOTMENTS I OR S^LE on ; TIME PAYMENT. FOR SALE CONNISTON, Four Rooms. Bath and Kitchen, Iron. Lath and Plaster lined, good position, almost new building, £390. - / SENATE ROAD, PIRIE TOWN.—6 roomerl Dwelling, excellent, position For.quick sale, £550. OFFICE and RWRT: ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. Department of Trade ami Customs, Lighthouse Service, T PORT ADELAIDE. February 13, 1919. NOTICE TO Mfll^lNJERS. GABO ISLAND: ALTERATION OF . FOG SIGNAL., MARINERS and OTHERS are here by notified that oil and after XiARGII 1, 1919, FOG SIGNALS, GABO IS LAND, will be ALTERED from two ex plosive rockets in quick. succession every Ave minutes to ONE EXPLOS IVE ROCKET EVERY FIVE MINUTES; A. W. THIIELKALL, Acting Collector of Customs. THE DENTISTRY ESTABLISHED 1895 THOMAS riLLHOUSE, R»gttte*«d Bentfatb Crown, S?!dg« and PIvol Tcothwork. When Plates are necessary,-WT claim that no Platework excels ours Long Experience ana Extensive Prac tice have atted us to direct the work is few men can. The right men ii Dentistry axe Specialiste^-differenl ex perts- for the different branches. WE have them. WE can make Artificial Teeth that .vill rcund out the cheeks ana add youth and tone to the countenance. Repairs to Plates io a few hours, ~ CONSULTATION FREE. Open -9 td 6....
CHURCH OF CHRIST. PRESENTATION TO PASTOR AND MRS SHIPWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
CHURCH OF CHRIST. [presentation to pastor and i mrs shipway. :: A coh\xrsazione took place at Mr and Mi's W. Smith's residence, Port Pirie South, on Thursday night. Mem bers of the Church of Chi'ist and friends met to acknowledge the effi cient services of Pastor and Mrs Ship way during1 their first 12 months in Port; Piric. The lawn at Mr Smith's home . was brilliantly illuminated i>y means of a powerful- electric &lt; light which-had betin installed. Many peo ple were present. Mr R. 0. Bottrali presided. ' Proceedings were opened with the National Anthem, and . witii prayer, offered by Pastor Shipway. The chairman spoke eulogistieally of the pastor's work; and assured him of the loyalty of the church to hini. Mrs Pillar, speaking for the deacon esses, "told how Mrs Shipway's work amongst them had been appreciated. Mrs Shipway was presented by Mrs Pillar with; a very neat sweets dish. The recipient thanked the d6aeonesscs for their kind expressions of apprecia tion and t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919
IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; MURDOCH. —In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who died at Solomontown on February 15, 1918. His kind and loving ways are pleasant, to recall: He always had a loving smile, and died beloved by all. &nbsp; —Inserted by his loving- son aiul daughter, Arthur, Bessie and grandr children. „ MURDOCH. —In loving memory of my dear husband, Peter Murdoch, who died at 3-chain road, Solomontown, on February 15, 1918. Good was his heart, in friendship sound, &nbsp; Patient in pain, beloved all round: Always so loving, generous and kind. None in this world his equal to find. —Inserted by his loving wife, A. M. Murdoch.
PORT AUGUSTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
PORT AUGUSTA RACES; The following arc the weights for the Port Augusta races,, to be run on lei ru i. >2 : ILANblCAP ifl'HULE kack. Two imles. Citiidwiek .. .. . . . ... 10 0 Tot -MelJm J 11 Quiokshot J J JDribble .. .. j Poor Beggar '.. .. . . .... y 4- • • Pimba .. .. .. .. .. .. 9 2 Defaulter ...... ... .. D 0 : UGJ^SJaD-' VICTOALLEKS' HAjN -;v " digap. v-:: One mile. ^ , Merty Made . . . . ,V . . !> 0 iiuyjiii.s .. .. 8 12. Cheer Up: .. .. 8 10 Jamestown 8 6 jJi.; Cyprian . . . .* . . .. 8 '■> Childwiek. .. . . .. .. .. S a Flagfall: .. v. . . . .. .. 8 4 Wmapie .... ..." .. « 0 Showtown . . . .. .. ... ; 7 10 :: Hopfactor .. .. .. .. .. 7 7 STIRLING handicap. . ' Six furlongs. Queeiibrook ...... 'J 3 Mazaris •>_ .. •• 8 12 . -\1 i.-rly Made .... « ■ .. 8 (5 Jamestown '■ .* . . . . . • 7 12 Flagfall .. .. .... ... 7 10 Tot -Meiba 7 3 Pistolusian .. .. .. .. 7 0 The Crystal King .... 7 0 _ iiotelkeepers' BRACELET ' " handicap. Seven furlongs. Mazaris -. . .. .. .. 9 *...
CRICKET. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
CRICKET, SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Hot and' dusty conditions again pre vailed for Saturday's matches, which nmii". good cricket out of tlie question. PORTS ,vj SMELTER "VV." Ports had-'first use of the wickets, W'i'isby and Dyer .opening to Richards and Brown. Oyer was the first to go, being- bowled by Richards ■ without scoring, 1—0—Furler lilted hie vaeafiicy, and hit- up 17, when lie bril liantly drove Brown, and R. Pirnlott (ft elding as a substitute) brought off 'a magnificent e»itch, 2—17- -i'5 Cooper followed and soon settled down to a sound innings. Welsby's stay With Cooper was of short dura tion, as "when the former had rn^de 2-i in good stylo, lie w;is well caught by Richards - off Brown, 3—-24—-52. Wis dom joined Cooper, and with the scorc at 77, Wisdom" was well caught by Lovelock- • off Brown, -i—iiJ—77. .Angel, was next, and had only made 1 when lie • played -forward to Brown, missed, and Wilson tM the rest, 5—1—82. R. Pimloll hdped Cooper io carry the score to 118, when th...
SATURDAY'S RACING. DEMONSTRATION AT GAWLER. JUDGE SEEKS POLICE PROTECTION GAWLER, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
- . ... u—• • SATURDAY'S RACING. DEMONSTRATION AT GAWLKll. JUDGE SEEKS POLICE PROTECTION GAWLER, Sunday. The Gawler Racing- Club held Its meeting yesterday. - When the jiuinbers of the placed horses for the Welter Handicap were hoisted there was a strong hostile de monstration. The decision was Ptanii first by half a head and iAntos second hull" a head in front of Wizzo. It was an exceptionally close finish. It is; ad mitted that the judge is in tlio best position to sec liow the horses iinish; still it certainly appeared io-those near the winning post that Antos had won, with Wizzo second and Plaiai third. Popular- feeling ran so high that the judge, under police escort, was fol lowed from his box to. the weighing enclosure. - " The results qf the races were: 6 " summer plate. About six furlongs. Cutlha, 7.1 (Hopwood) .... .. 1 Battle Queen, £f.2 (Reddan) ... ... 2 Min Bess, 8.1 (Hobby) 3 There were four other statrers. Won by six lengths, a length and a half between second and "th...
PETERBOROUGH RESULTS. GYR WINS AGAIN. PETERBOROUGH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
PETERBOROUGH RESULTS. j GYR WINS AGAIN. J PETERBOROUGH, Sumiav. The Peterborough races were held yesterday, with the following- results: HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. I About two miles. Tot Melba, 9.10 .. .. .. 1" Grace Watson, 10.4 .. .. .. 2 Lulabar, 9.7 .■ .• ... .... .. .,. 3 Dividend. £3/7/, , ■ NOVICE RACE. Cloudless ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Bob Manor ••. • • ■> .. .... 2 Pistolusion >. .., .. ......... .3 Divide/nds, £10/10/ and £1/7/. x PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. " Nine furlongs. Gyr, 7.13 ...... ... .. . ..... 1 Cheer Up, 8.G . .• .... . ;. . \ . 2 ."Wairakei, 8.0 .. .. .. .. .. 3 Dividend, £2/13/. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. One mile. Bob Manor, 7.7 .. .. . . .. .. .,. 1 Snowtown, 8.(5 .. ■ :-i. 2 Blafll, ,8.0 .. ... .. .. 3 Dividends, £1/19/ and £1/1S/; HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT. Nine furlongs. " . Childwielc, 9.12 .. .. .. .. .. 1 Olive Downs, 9.4 .. • • • • • > • • 2 Toriila, .9.10 . .• . ..• 3 Dividend, £3/8/. - FLYING H'AiNDICAP. Six furlongs.-: . Ethel M., 8.9 .. ,.. . . . • • •...
Adelaide Labor Troubles ONE DISPUTE SETTLED. CARPENTERS MAY STRIKE. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
Adelaide Labor Troubles ONE DISPUTE SETTLED. CARPENTERS MAY STRIKE.| ADELAIDE,. Sunday. The difference between the Supply and Timber Board employes and the Government has been amicably settled , and the men will return to" work on Monday morning. f It is reported that big developments are possible in the sawmillers' dispute - on .Monday. The executive met on ' Saturday morning and resolved that in .view of the serious aspect the trouble s had assumed a combined meeting of tlio -Amalagamated and Progressive ^ Carpenters' Societies should be held on Monday evening to take the whole position into consideration. Upon the. result of that meeting would depend whether the men" now out would re turn to work or whether they would be joined by other workers in the timber industry. : .*.•
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
ADVERTISEMENT RATES. "THK RECORDER," PORT PIRIE. Tho Scale -of.Charges for Casual Advertisements in "The Recorder" is as follows: Each Insertion .... .. 4/ per inch Each Insertion after third insertion, with - out resetting .. ., 3/ per inch Each Insertion after eighth insertion with out resetting •.. .-. 2/6 per inch Wanted Column (if. prepaid) i 16 words for .. .. 1/ Wanted Column (if prepaid), three con-s~ secutive insertions .. 2/6 Scatters ~ (16 words each) .. •.. .... 2/6 for three Birth, Death, Marriage, _ Funeral, In Mernor iam and " Return Thanks notices ... 3/'. per inch "Gd. for each additional line Rates for Contract Advertisements will be supplied on application. READING. Books are .but the modem name for the genii of the Arabian nights. With their aid we can, in an hour build or destroy kings and palaces. Seated on the magic carpet of the author's imag ination we can go from Arctic Pole to tropical Equator, from noble halls 1 to sinister slums. We share the cap tain's ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
Take It With You. v Never go on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in your trunk. Train and boat travelling, with the conse-. quont change of diet, upsets many; people and.it is not always easy to ob tain a remedy when travelling-. Cham berlain's Colic and■ Diarrhoea Remedy can always be relied^ upon to give in?-, staiit relief^ in all jbowel complaints. .Sold everywhere.
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
Sporting . RACING FIXTURES. "—February.— 1!)—Penola Racing CluLv if.—Orroroo Jockey Club. * .. >20.—:Tumby Bay Jockey Club. ■22.—^Port Augusta L.V. Racing Club 2t>—Jamestown Racing Club. ^-Millieent Racing Club. 27.—Port Lincoln. Racing Club. March.— 1.—Snow town Racing Club. r>.—Balaklava Racing Club. 5.—Mount Gambier Racing Club. S.—Spalding Racing Club. 12.—Port Broughton Racing Club. 12.—Murat Bay Jock'ev Club. . 12, 13.-—Naracoorte Racing Club. 15.—Port Adelaide .Racing Club.
INWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
INWARD, i' Mails arrive at Port Pirie Post Office at the following times: Adelaide, Monday, 9.15 a.m.; Tues day to Saturday, 0.30 a.m. Hamley Bridge, Monday, 9.15 a.m.; Tuesday to Saturday, 6.30 a.m. Port Pirie West, 8 " a.m. daily. Solomon town, 9 a.m. daily. Broken Hili, 9.15 a.m. daily. Port Germcin, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays'and Fridays, 9 a.m.; Wed nesdays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Telovvie Creek, Mondays, Tuesdays, 1 Thursdays and Fridays, 9 a.m.; Wed nesdays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Broad, Creek, Mondays, Tuesdays and, Fridays, 9 a.m. Nelshaby, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, 9 a.m. Peterborough, 1.15 p.m. Port Pirie West, 3 p.m. Solomon town, 4 p.m. Warnertown, 4.8 p.m. Crystal Brook, 4.8 p.m. Gladstone, 4.8 p.m. Gladstones Railway, 4.8 p.m. Adelaide, 4.8 p.m. Peterborough, 7.40 p.m. Post Office opens for half an hour for delivery of correspondence by this mail. Terowie Railway, 7.40 pan. Post Office opens for half an hour for. de livery of correspondence by this mail. Hummocks H...
FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. PIRIE SEASON OPENS TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. PIRIE SEASON OPENS TO-NIGHT. The weil-knowtr vaudeville company organised and conducted "by Messrs B. and J. Fuller, will arrive in Port Pirie to-day for a short season of brisk and novel entertainment. The company, which consists of twenty performers, has been appearing for a year or two under the Fuller manage ment in all the capital cities of Aus tralia, and also New Zealand, so that the programs to be submitted for the edification qf~ the Port Pirie people have gained a wide reputation. Alt the performers are well-kuown in Sydney, and Melbourne, and they have just concluded an exceptionally successful season in Adelaide. The Alhambra Theatre has been en gaged for the Pirie season, which will commence to-night and continue on Tuesday,. Wednesday ami Thursday nights. The program is full of diver sity, including as it does;jmany items of humorous, descriptivevand sentimental music, stage acrobatics;7 fantastic trick cycling, ventriloquism.' dancing, k and other...
Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Trains are due to leave Pirie for-— Peterborough at 6.30 a.m., 12 noon (carrying -passengers for Wilmington line), 5.15 p.m. (carrying passengers for Adelaide via Terowie). Adelaide, via Blythe, at 9.-10 a.m. ' . Trains are due to arrive at Pirie from— Peterborough at 5.30 a.m. (bring ing Adelaide passengers via Telowie), 1.15 p.m. (bringing passengers from Wilmington line), 7.42 p.m. Adelaide, via Blythe,, at 4.8 p.m.
Amusements TO-NIGHT'S CASINO PROGRAM PERSHING'S CRUSADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
TO-NJGHT'S CASINO PROGRAM PERSHING'S CRUSADERS. One of the most remarkable feat ures of the great war is the faithful ness 911 d realism with which its many shades and operations have been brought closely under the notice of the people. Added to the technical and .sometimes dry official communiques have been the brisker yet closely-cen sored stories of the war correspond ents, and amplifying these have come the latest and most complete devel opment, illustrating by meams of mov ing pictures the very life and thrill of war. The various governments con cerned were quick to seize upon the value of- the film as a means of keep ing the people in close touch with what was going on at the front. .They" did. not leave the making of films to vagaries of irresponsible private en tcrpx-ise. The..High-Commands them-, selves undertook the task.. * One of the finest sets of official war films, depicting the American troops' under the title, Pershing's Crusaders, will be siiown to-night at ihe Cas...
Pirie Mystery INFANT'S DEAD BODY FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
' INFANT'S DEAD BODY FOUND. A startling discovery was made on Saturday at the sanitary depot,* be yond Solomontown, when the body of a well developed--—newly-born child was found by one of the sanitary at tendants. From the conditions of the body, it is presumed that the child was born five or six days prior to the discovery. The..body was taken to Ihff morgue, where it is understood a post mortem will be held. Until this lias been done it is impossible to say whether the child had lived or not. Circumstances surrounding the af fair indicate that the body had been placed in a pan, which had then been collected and in due course taken to the depot. -When the body was discovered the. police were in formed, * and efforts were - made to identify the locality whence the pan had come. The method of collec tion in force enables this to be done. | Thus the, police are able to commence their enquiries with a fair amount of definite information to guide them. Whether it is a ease of murder or...
Doped Smokes LEGACY OF THE WAR. OLD GRIME REVIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
LEGACY OF THE WAR. OLD GRIME REVIVES. Science is the -handmaid of crime. Not wittingly, but none the less effec tively. The police are grappling with a new form of frightfulness in the Aus tralian capitals-—the doped cigarette. The nervous excitement induced by the prolonged tension of the war gave birth to a vast army of unfortunates in Great Britain, who resorted to drugs to soothe their fretted nerves. Morphia .was? lirst ipa tronisedj r then cocaine, and latterlyheroin. The taste has changed,, but the fashion has remained. Crafty criminals—the. culls of degenerate cliques at lire great schools and uni versities— detected rtn':.:opportunity , to get rich quick with duly a smaU chance of feeling the heavy hand of the law. In the J ns of thousands of soldiers and sailors—home, overseas, and foreign — thronging London, they found a wide field for their activities. The old dodges of confidence men had lost their lure. Against these the men were on their guard, but what the Hash- spie...