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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

PERSONAL. .Mr. \V. Morrow is spending a few days in Port Pirie. Mr. K. M. Sahin«\ S.M., ha* gone to Adelaide to act as Master of the Supreme Court. for a month during the absence of Mr. W. L. Stuart, 5.M., on Royal Commission duties. Durinir Mr. Sabine's absence I ho bench a t I he court will he occupied by jus! ices. II is understood that a. movement is on foot for the appointment of an honor ary magistrate in Port Pirio. CIi;»rjra Nur.sc Barry, who has been on (lie sl-ift" of tile Port Pirie Hospital, for about five years, has tendered tier resignation. dating: from February IS. which the Board of Management, has accepled with re.-ret. Havin.y received an appointment lo I!it- Jamestown Hospiiai. Charge, Nurse Behi'i'iidt. has resigned from Hie stall of the Port Pirio Hospital. where she lias been f'ir upwards .<? six years. Tho resignation has been aeceplcd with rc.^rei. Mr. {'.cor^c Ofiicer. who bus been well known' for many years as a ineni ber of thi' woo! sbtii' of ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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OBITUARY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

OBITUARY. LOINBOIN, "Wednesday. The death is announced 0f Sir Jolin Wolfe Barry, one of the foremost en gineers ot our flay.

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder
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STRIKE OF WHEAT STACKERS. HIGHER WAGES WANTED. WORK RESUMED PENDING ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

STRIKE Os7 WHEAT STACKERS. iiii'ilF.R WAGES WANTED. WORK RESUMED PENDING ARBlTilATKiX. Information was received in Port Pirie oil Thursday morning of a strike of men enframed in ihe wheatstacks down Uio line. The men were work ing for ihe rate of 1C>/ per day, and it is understood that they want a rise to 22/C. pei- day. Stoppages of work are ivporlod to have occurred at Warner town, Crystal Brook. Jamestown, and Wirrabara. Port Pirie was not affect ed. The men returned to work yester day pending decision of ihe dispute by arbitration. The men concerned are members of the AAV.U. Yesterday the Secretary of the Port Pirie branch of the A.W.U. Mr. W. HohineUe) re ceived a telegram from the President inAdolaide .Mr. F. W. Lundie), stating lhat the President of (isc Sfafe Indus trial Court Hir. .lelhm Brown) has called a conipidsory conference in con nection with tii>^ matter.

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THE COAL ELEVATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

THE COAL ELEVATOR The Commonwealth Shipping' Bonni if- railing for applications for positions ts permanent hands in connection with She coal elevators. Tin- \v.igvs ars* '?i'-i l/t» per wed; nf iC>I hours. wi!h overtime at the rid:1 of 2/1 i per hour after G p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SCREEN STAR FILMED. . ' ' _ " j CASINO - To-night - CASINO AMERICA'S GREATEST ACTRESS, Clara Kimball Young , .IN The Common Law ^ ,4 " TI-IE OH KATE ST STAR SENSATION THE WORLD HAS SEEN. I 35,000ft. ©f Magnificent Drama1 8,000ft. .. To-Night t v_ , > J IS MARRIAGE NECESSARY? That is the question solved in the Common Law. A MASTERPIECE FROM END TO END. "THE LIFE STORY OF AN ARTIST'S MODEL." Positively the Crowning Glory of the Screen. DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL PICTURE, and the Glorious Supporting-'Program. ®ft-Night ; : Casino Optical Notice. Quality, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. . ~ Fourv things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles.-- You get them all at Pharmacy, - " ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician E. T. Collins Piano, Organ, And: Music Warehouse AIxEXANDEK-STB J3ET, PORT PIRIE. Importer o! High-Grade Pianos and Organs, Gramophones, Becords, a...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS OF PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

RETURNED SOI.niERS OK PORT PIRIE. A well-attended nipelinir of the Port Pirio snh-Branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' I>ajru<? was hold 111 the Drill Hall on Friday. January IS, and some very imi.torl.nnl. matters iu «-onnectii>n with the welfare of the branch w^re deal! with. A resolution was carried that Mr. Craisie should bo chairman for the ensuing: term. It was proposed and carried that this branch secure another room or hall for the purpose of hoMinir meeting's. This matter was left to the. Chairman and Secretary to arrange. It was re solved that Messrs. Dey and Murray he successors- lo the rntirinir covnmitteo nion.

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CHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

CHOOL OF SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING. Miss Simons, Principal of the School of; Shorthand and Typewriting-, Alex ander street, notifies that tuition wili he resumed on Monday, /February i. The hours are 7.30 p.m/lill 9.30 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays; and 2.30 p.m. till i.30 p.m. on Wednesdays. Miss Simons wilL be at the schoolroom be tween 2.30 and 4.30 on Wednesday afternoon, January 30. to interview in tending students.

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CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN "THE COMMON LAW." CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

CLAKA KIMBALL YOUNG IN "THE ? COMMON LAW." I CASINO TO-NIGHT. Casino patrons arc to he treated to a \ magnificent star production this even- j ing, when the record -breaking master piece. "The Common Law," will bo 1 shown in conjunction with a superb supporting- program. America's greatest actress. Clara lumbal! Youn.tr. portrays lite leading character in the Jiffs story of an artist's model, which is de picted in 8,000 ft. of excellently photo graphed Jilm. That circumstances may arise which would justify a cultured .nan or woman in ignoring' the legal side of marriage, and joining their lives under the common law, is the theme on which Robert \V. Chambers built one of the most succesful novels of modern limes. The heroine of the story, Valerie West, is a girl who would grace any position in society. She heroines an artist's mode! through force of circumstances, and, meeting a young painter, falls in love with him ! 1 er love is returned, but owing* to social connections, Valerie i...

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SUBMARINES. REPORTED NEW CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

SUBMARINES. KEPOETEB NEW CAMPAIGN. Tire naval correspondent of The Times, in his comments regarding The reduced losses by submarines, says it is rumoured in Paris' that num bers of U-boats have been ordered to ?reassemble at their bases' preparat orv to the commencement of a ne>v ' " i campaign. "

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HOW THE TROUBLE STARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

HOW THE TROUBLE STARTS. Constipation is the cause of many ailments and disorders that mate life miserable. Take Chamberlain's Tab lets, keep your bowels regular, and you -will avoid these diseases.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

"Back to School ^qain !' Ths Little ©rs@s are Waiting forN&w Boots. THITE'S GET THEM AT' - ftgh Stocks md at Low Prices, Cheapest k Piie for Al! Classes of Footwear. See Our Win clows 0--? Hrrc-'s ctomolJilng Special for this week ouiy. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, . 22/6 for 1S/9. Ts', IS " VEE.K OM-V ST HI T E THE LIUELV BOQTSVSAN, ALEXANDER!* STREET. 'Phone 10J. pedals for THIS MEEK. Uaiiity Voiles J> ess Lriigth< Very Pretf v Patterns, 5s lid and 6s 11<1 the dresfj length W© sslc You o Inspect These Sps-cfsU Lif cs PR EST BROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. [QlllDGgBOni B!y Dental Surgeries will be CLOSED during CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS from Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice Resumed on Thursday, January 4, when wiH be made available to my Patients my New Surgeries an3 Apartments with finished Appointments an& Complete Dental Accessories. ' erbert. G, Afford, ? Qualified Surgeon Dentist 'Phone 228. FLETT i SOU, Waioiirr^akers...

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IMPROVE YOUR COMPLEXION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

IMPROVE YOUR COMPLEXION. Your complexion as well as your temper is rendered miserable by a disordered liver and by constipation. Tate Chamberlain's Tablets and you will improve them both.

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State Politics THE VICTORIA DISTRICT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NOMINEES. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

HE VtCTOREA DISTRICT. L!.:C.rsLATIVK COUNCIL "NOMINEES. ADELAIDE. Fri-i j The threatened trouble in the Yie toria district lias been settled satis factorily. To-day at a conference of | the Liberal and National District Com mittees it was decided lo support one candidate for each party. Mr. Rekly will be the Nationalist nominee for cer tain. and Mr. Scott Petherick . of Mount Gambier, the other. Messrs. Morrow, M.L.C.. and J. K. H. Winnall. of the Burra. have been nominated for the Legislative Council. The latter will seek- eleciion for the seat beinjr vacated by Mr. J. H. Howe. M.L.C.

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THE HOSPITAL LAUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

TUP: HOSPITAL TAUNIUIY. For some considerable time Hie 11'onI Hospital authorities .have been uriim? en Hie Oovernnien! !!i<. mxes sity for improved laundry facilities at 1.110 institution. The present appliances are not adequate In deal \vitii the amount of laundry work required. "I'lli washing-house ihc^siu'cs fl. <> in. by ! I fl. ("> in., and is a iralvaniscd-iron >true!ure. unlined. and without a c*iI injr. In tins sumII space arc a iarjfe built-in- copper. washing troughs, ami a (.able. No tinlar.irerae.nt. of the room has been n>arii' ilurinir the last 20 years. At J ho time it was bniii (he number of patients averaged about 15 and the staff iO. Xo\v I hose averages are something like 55 ami -'>0 res pec lively. In :.> leii iinn to flie washing nccn.sioneil 5:y all lliese people, outpatients averauv about ;:00 per monlli, which <vm..»S misjiilcr ably more laundry v>:urk. Also, since Hie opening-'of the children's ward the ...

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Fire Near Adelaide CHAFF MILL AND CONTENTS DESTROYED. A SUDDEN OUTBREAK. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

CHAFF MILL AND CONTENTS DESTROYED. A SUDDEN OUTBREAK. ADELAIDE, Friday. A fire occurred at; Plynrpton to-day at a chaff mill rented by IMr. George Ryan from the firm 0i ^Messrs. Kyan and Sons. The place was completely gutted. Tie loss included a 22 h.p. engine, chaffcutter and elevators, corn crush ers and other machinery, 24 tons oi hay, 02 tons of chau, 500 bags. oi oats, 30 tons of wood', two twine binders, 90 hags of wheat. Only the building and appliances were insured. The fire started at 10 o'clock this morning remarkably suddenly while three men were working in the pro mises. They just had time to es cape. Only three minutes previously the foreman had walked through the mill.

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EXCELSIOR BAND AT GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

EXCELSIOR RAND AT f.LAI t.^TONK. The Excelsior Yiccrcsvil Band in tends to piny at a irranrj coi'lin'-nta! at Gladstone on Monday, .lanunr?" 28. A special train will leaw- i';ia<]£!"!t<' ft.t" flic return journey at ! I p.m.

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MEMBER OF STRANGERS' GALLERY. BABE AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

R/IEMBE?? OP STRANGERS' GALi-ERY. BABE AT PA ELI A M KN'L" HOUSE. AUELALD.B, Friday. A. baby boy, clean and; tastehilly dressec!. in a go-cart, was k-lt at the steps of Parliament .1 Louse last night. A woman was seen to hurry aw&.v> luaving; 'Llief :]itile' fello^v innoceutly contented. Tlie infant was charged at the Police Court io-day with be ing a neglected child, and the case was adjourned for enquiries lo toe made.

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Queensland Disaster CYCLONE AT MACKAY. MANY DROWNED: HUNDREDS HOMELESS. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

Qsieenslnd IMs&ter CYCLONE AT RlflCKflY. MANY DROWN!-:!); Hl'XDRK!): HOMELESS. BRISBANE. I'riiiav A terrible disaster !i;. _s happened at ^Iaekay. on !he north c"ms! of Queens land. As yol- only inwi.itre particulars have comp through, as She town has been cii( nt'f from eui-iimsni'ca tion. From a teie?ram jusi received from the Harbour Master at ?dackay. on Janu ary J.>. a cyclone ami tidal wave oc curred. Many people have been drowned, and so far ti bodies have been recovered. Hundreds arc homeless. The Wharfs and Susr:ir Companies' works collapsed ami several steamers were sunk. "flie town is on rations, and lite need for food is desperate. The Govern ment has been urived lii send relief im mediately.

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SMELTER EMPLOYE BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

SMELTER EMPLOYE BURNED. .While working1 at the Snie'ters on Wednesday morning Mr. T. r?uyi»r sustained severe burns nlmuf ti>«? hack. After receiving treatment a! the T'iret aid Station, lie was taken .in a ea!> to the Hospital.

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GETTING ON THE ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 26 January 1918

GETTING ON THE ROLL. The probability of general State elections in the near future litis been responsible for activity in gelling the names of as many persons as possible i who are entitled to vote on the 'roll.' A large number nf employes at the Smelters have come across .fnrm Vie I toria and other States, and there must be many who are not enrolled. Mr. ' W. Robinette, Acting Secretary of the local branch of the A.W.U.. said yesler iday that he had had a steady stream of enquirers for some days, and lie esc timated that something like 500 forms had been filled up at his office. It is necessary that application for enrol ment should be made one month before the issue of the writs, so that Uiose who desire to vote and are not on the roll should hurry up and send in ap plication forms. These may be had at the local branch of thp State Elec toral Ofllce. which is at thr Court house. or at the A.W.TT. <ir A.AV.A. Offlccs.

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