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SALARIES OP CHARGE NURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
SALARIES OP CHARGE NURSES. For some time, charge nurses at the Adelaide HospitaL have been in receipt ol' a higher salary than those at the 'Port Pirie Hospital. The Board of Management of the local institution has been experiencing considerable difficulty in securing the "' services of charge nurses, and. representations were made to the authorities to have 'the' remuneration raised. At a meeting of tthe Board on Thursday night a let ter was received from Mr W. J. G. Cole, M.P., who has been following up the matter in the city, forwarding an intimation from the office of the Chief Secretary that the amount of the sal ary had.been raised from £70 to £80 per annum. This makes the salary the same as is paid in Adeaide.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. Asj 'usual at this time of tho year Mr. J. G. Shinnick is busy organis ing- for t-be children's portion of. the great/ sports day. Mr. Shinnick ?throws himself heart and sioul into the work,. and although the multitud inous details that have to be attend ed io make it arduous work, it is with him u real labor of love. This year tho Irish 'Pipers' Band from Broken Hill will ba present, .? and their music will lend an additional attrac tion to the dancing events -whicn form so conspicuaus and enjoyable a feature of the ..day* Mr. J. J. Madi gan, the Energetic secretary, is busily making arrangements for (the horse racing events, the program of which will appear in tq-morrow's Kecorder. It is framed on the usual popular lines, and horse-owner^ are Isure to respond with liberal entries. The 'right to the publican's 'booth will be sold by auction at Mr. Fred Grey's mart to-morrow.
PROHIBITION. ATTITUDE OF THE TREASURER. PROTEST BY THE CHURCHES. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
PROHIBITION. , ATTITUUK OF THK THKASURKR PKOTKsT BY TIIK CIll'HOlIKS ADELAIDE, Momhiy A sirun:-r letter lifts been issued by tilt' Council of Churches concerning the Treasurer's attitude. in connection with prohibition, li states: - "The churches, united in the Coun cil of Churches, have all declared for prohibition i>f (|io liijii'T ?trade, ;md desire enter their snlenjii protest against 111&lt;. reactionary altitude lo this iinesfion manifested by lite Treasurer, Sir Richard Butter, in an utterance at Tanunda on January 28, wherein he pledged himself and his colleagues to ' resolutely oppose this reform, and . warmly to foster the wine and brandy , industry. Since the pledge has not. . been repudiated by the Premier, lint . was endorsed beforehand by him in a ; promise made on his behalf at a via:- i rterons' meeting at McLaren Vale, he evidently stands committed to the. same retrograde policy. The Council deplores the indifference to the higher interests of the communi...
BURGLARS' MEAN RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
BURGLARS' MEAN RUSE. [ Several streets in the East-end I where panic has been most frequent in time of air raids were roused the other night by men rushing from house to house warning- the -inhabitants to take cover, as hostile aircraft were on the way towards London. Obedient to the summons, they sought the nearest Tube station, and waited for about two hours. As nothing Happened, however, they gradually ventured back to their homesHere a surprise awaited them.' livery gas meter had been ransacked, ami on the empty boxes the burglars j left ilie ironical notice, "All clear."
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
PERSONAL. v - . I i Alderman T. H. Barson, ivaiis-;;!' : of the Broken Uiii G-a? Company, has .betn paying- Port Pirie a siio^t v:sit. I Ho also visited. TTummo: &lt;ky, iv-h^re his son is p.n official of the B.H.P. Com |pany. Air. Barson was manager in | iiPorfc Pirie t>[ the S.A. Gas Company Kvhen the company started operations jhcrc eighteen, or twenty years aw. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
Arc SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY FINE RANGE of Our Show of CURTAINS is considered GOOD'. Wo have LACE CUR-^wiw^Ai|V^V»*WWWV%*W,Vi TAINS Irani -5/0 to 45/ Pair, in splendid designs. ,URASS LAWN and COLD MADRAS CURTAIN'S are showing" to Great Advantage. - t We have a Very Fine Lot of GRE'fTONNES. Among the Designs are suitable for Furnishing. . or the Latest in Skirts. One line REVER SIBLE CRETTONNK, in Red or Green, at 2/il yard..1 A Very Pretty Cret tonne 'reversible) at i/C yard. [f you are desirous of RE-COVKHIXG yinir DOWN QUILT fur the win !it, see our Selections of FLORAL SATTEE.NS. just the thing for the pur pose. ! We have a few Very Dainty Lines in .!AP CREPE, which ni.i?.«. up very ireftilv for Kinionas. Dressing Jaekets, elc. There are MANY OTHER LINES to INTEREST YOU at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The Big House where the Values --are. WANTED ADVERTISEMENTS. Under this heading 16 words (il prepaid) 1/, three u..ii*-:cin.\&lt;j inser tions 2/fi. No advertisement bookee un...
SOCIAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 February 1918
SOCIAL ITEMS. A correspondent- writes: Oil. Sunday ! a parly comprising Hi&lt;> Misses Sard ( (."]). .Nlrs Quinn, -Messrs Pain, Toppo- . wyne, Quinn and Kwiiis. proceeded to ' Mr AtJjrus Rriee's. Tlio picnickers hud a lovely day foe tlx; trip, the weather ' being- nice and cool. After partaking" , iof a delectable spread, the visitors, ..betook themselves to the gardens, ami Jihen lo the courts, where they had an enjoyable. game. During Hie latter par! of the afternoon the r.ianolo was in i constant use. till, having exhausted ail Sth" records, f,h&lt;; company continued to amuse themselves.with their own. lal enK. Mr Mwills proved himself fo Jh?. J a. talented musician, and r&lt;U through j the afternoon and evening he kept the } company merry. After spending an | enjoyable day, the picnickers left, .homeward bound, after thanking Mr Brice for his Australian, hospitality.
STATEMENT BY HERTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
STATEMENT BY HKRTLiNd. Iii the German Reichstag Count-von .Hert-ling, referring to a speech' by 5Ir." Kuncimann, said that if the lat ter meant that peace -would' be brought nearer if the belligerent re presentatives met in conclave1 to dis cuss individual questions, he espec ially as regards Belgium "repeatedly -said -ive don't fconteinplitt" retaining Belgium, but we must have safe guards £rom the danger of the coun try' with which we desire to live in i peace and friendship after the war | becoming the object or jumping oil J ground' of eneim1 machinations. It, ; therefore, the proposal came from the | opposing side at the instanca of the | Government at Havre we should not be antagonistic, even though a pre liminary' discussion might not bo binding." Herding agreed that peace could t>e discussed .on iliu basis of- President Wilson's principles ' cablcd on Febru ary 11 if the Entente accepted.
The Western Front SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAID. AERODROMES BOMBED. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
Front o SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAID. AKRO D HOMES BOMBED. (Router's Service). LOAD ON, -Monday. Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig r«- , ports: As the result of a successful raid at Broodseinde, wo prisonered 15, ] including an officer, and killed several j raiders. We repulsed a raid against j two of our posts at the Ypres-Gomines , canal without casualties. j Hostile artillery, tiring is active, par- j tieuiarly at Soughcb River, south-east- J ward of Armeniieres. We bombed on Saturday night three aerodromes in Lys Valley. All our aK.'cliines returned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
Clothing and Boot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Ilea's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, Tailor-Made, cannot be beatea is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old PrL&lt;js. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirta, Tiea, &e. Our Stoek ia Exceptionally Well Aasorted in all Lines. These were . bougkt many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much be low the market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, POST PIfilE. 8. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERA!. IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST.,- ' PORT PIRIEj SALE NOW ON Ladies' Washing and Ready _ l« - Wear Hals. 5/It to 7/11; now 3/1J eacli. Women's Cotton Ycsk,, 1/3 each. Black Cotton Hose. 7Ad., ilid.. 1/3 pair. Dainty Flower Posies, 1/6 for 81d. Black Ball Mending, worth 1/3, for lOld. Girls' Navy Bloomers, .with calico bodice, worth 3/6; now .1/11 - Girls' Trimmed Hats, 5/11 to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
A GREAT CAPITAL. VERSUS LABOR PICTURE. CASINO - To-night - CASINO PATIIE'S GREATEST STAR SENSATION. of Youth A Picture that has Made Master and Man THINK. -?5000 FEET OF GRIM REALITY. 5000 FEET. THE PROBLEM OF THE VERY HOUR. x A -Touching- Story of the Dreadful Effects ol" the-Lust for Gold. DOVI' MISS-"TI1E FIRES OF YOUTH." It id more'than a Picture. It is a Great Moral Lesson. IT STRIKES HOME WITH A TERRIFIC PUNCH. ? THEN WE WILL SHOW THESE CHAMPION FILMS: Counting Out the "Count A ROLLICKING "2000 FT. L.K.O. LAUGH RIOT. THE LATEST GAUMONT WAR PRAPHIC, Casino's Great Exclusive Topical - FOOTLIGHT FAKERS. ' A Lively 1000ft. Romance. And Other New and Exclusive Pictures Tonight : : Oasirs® : T®-Night OjEyfrLca*! 3?^Q>t>:Ioo Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four tilings every une wants, especially when suffering from Eye [roubles. You get Uiein all at BENSON'S' Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutic...
THE SOCIALIST MEMORANDUM. (Pubished in The Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
THE SOCIALIST MEMORANDUM. (Pnbished in The Times.) Mr Myndnian, the chairman of the Socialist Patty, said he approved of I he Socialist memorandum, but did not ?believe that the German workers were joins' to rise to the" occasion. The (Allied Socialists) were unaWle to get the memorandum published in Germany. Moreover, he feared that the German Socialists would turn a deaf ear to plebiscites in German colonies. Mr. Hyndman added that the Dominions must have a voice. v
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 27 February 1918
DEATH. The friends of the late George E. A'iekers will regret to hear that he .assed. away at the Port Augusta .Hos pital on Sunday morning, February 23, IG years and 0 months, f-Inserted' by his affectionate aunts, iK. Str.iwbricise and .M. Bennett, Port i'Pirie West. FUNERAL INTSMATSON. Tit!- friends of the late WILLIAM! ffK.NRY REYNOLDS are respeetfiilly informed 'that his remains will be re moved from his late residence. First street, Port Pirie West, at 5 p.m. THIS MAY (Wednesday) for interment in Port Pirie Cemetery. SYMONDS BROS., . Undertakers and Embalmers, ? Alexander street and Solomoqtown. ' IN MEMORIAM. ,! O.NES.-In fond memory of my clear wife Ellen, who passed away on February 27, 1917. At rest. -Inserted by her loving- husband ;uid daughter, Henry. Jones and Mrs A. Yeatman, Port Pirie. JOHNSON.--In sad and loving me mory of Myrle, only daughter of G. B. and K. Johnson, who departed this life on February 27, 1914. Not now, but in the coming years, It may be in the bet...