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Amusements CASINO—"SHIFTING SANDS." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
CASINO—"SHIFTING SANDS." - The iiicw program of films to bo submitted to-night at the Casino in cludes ' three stari features—a live-ael problem play called Shifting- Sands, a drama named A Good Little- Devil, and a' comedy entitled Oil! Susie, Be Brave. Gloria Swanson is featured in Shift ing Sands. The picture reveals a dar - ing' story of domestic deeption and of a woman with a past, who-wedded and kept lier dark secret from her hus? band. The synopsis of the : play is. as follows: Marcia Grey, a struggling young artist:in New York, is making a desperate effort to sell her mediocre cain vases and support her sick sister. Art dealers are indifferent to her work. She meets John Stanford, a wealthy art patron, while &lt;*X one of the dealers. Von Holtz. a young German., insults Marcia in the street. She spurns him. He brl-ngs a false charge of .theft against her, and she-is sent to Black well Island for Ihree. months. On her release she plans suicide, but, through the Salvat...
DECEASED SOLDIERS' CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
DECEASED SOLDIERS' CERTS Fl GATES. The suggeslion has boon matte with respectto soldiers who have died on war service iiiat the Defence depart ment should issue to the next of kin some form of commemorative certi ficate. setting out the military record of the deceased soldier. This is done by the authorities in America, and the certificates issued are of a neat and tasteful design, suitable 'for framing. If such certificates were issued by the Commonwealth authorities, they.would be greatly valued by the recipient?, and would be preserved in the same way as the medals of a war-veteran. The military authorities, while ac cepting the suggestion for considera tion, point out that the nerd- of kin ol" deceased soldiers are-already to be provided with a special commemora tive badge, and in addition they will in time re'eeive any medals to which the soldiers were entitled. They also men tion that whenever-application is made for an ■•.■official .statement'of the ser vice of any soldier wh...
Carmichael's M.C. HOW IT WAS WON. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
HOW IT WAS WON. Captain Carmiehael, M.C., will re turn to Sydney: in a few days. ; The official story of how he won his dec oration has not yet been told. Here it is from the: O.G.':— On January 22, I'.UG, when in the most northern portion of the Houp lines sector, 'which was on the left Hani; of the system of trenches held "by the 9th Brigade, the Huns started at 2.10 p.m. one of-their very intense bombardments of minenwerfer and "coal boxes." This lasted more or less —chiefly more—until 6.15 that- even ins. _ "" The 36th Battalion (Cai'michael's) held lialf the !)th Brigade frontage with A Company on the extreme left, their boundary being on the north of '■the Lys River and on the south "Irish Avenue." A ".Company was commanded at the time by Major (then Captain) W. Weils,with Captain (then Lieut enant) Campbell Carmieliael as second in command. During this intense bombardment A Company "suffered about 60 casualties, leaving only about 10 men In, the line. Between 2.10 p.m. and'4 ...
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. February. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
Sporting RAGING FIXTURES. —February-— 26^Jamestown Racing- Club. 26.—^lillicent Racing Club. - 27.—Port Lincoln Baelng Club. > —March.— i.—Snowtown Racing Club. - : 5.—Balakl&va Racing- Club. 5.—Jrouht Gambier Racing Club. S'=—Spalding Racing- Club. 42 Port Broughton Racing Club. 12.—Murat Bay Jockey Club. d.2, 13.—Naracpprte Racing Club. 15.-'-Port ■Adelaide Racing Club.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
LOCAL REPATRIATION COMlWITTEg j (A: GENERAL MEETING of MEM BEES, also CITIZENS interested in , the Formation of an Appeal Commit-j tee, will be held in the Meeting Room ! of the Town Hall at 5 p.m. on TUE3- j DAY. ' | L. T. GRAIGIE, Secretary. BIG SPECIAL The Prices, we feel sure5 will Interest You There are occasions when Mother cannot afford the time to make the Children's Garments. We can help you in this matter. In our Big Showroom we are displaying a Beautiful Range of CHILDREN'S GARMENTS m all sizes. .You cannot make the Dresses for the money. We quote a few SMART CUT DRESSES for CHILDREN-1/1 i, 2/11," 3/0, 4/C to 7/H. SEE OUR WINDOW- DISPLAYS. _ OUR BIG CLEARANCE Sl'PIlVIER SALE STILL CONTINUES. WE GIVE COUPONS ON ALL SALE LINKS. FROM TIIE MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT WE QUOTE: • 3G-INCII WHITE CALICO, at S/ll DOZEN. COLORED TOWELS at iOAd. BACH, large size. FROM QUR DRESS DEPARTMENT WE QUOTE: DOUBLE WIDTH VOILE at 1/3 YARD, BLOCK STRIPES. FROM OUR HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT" WE QUOTE:...
DON'T EXPRIMENT [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
BOHT EXPERffVJEFJTw. It is no time to try experiments, especially in medicine, but to rely on' remedies which have proved their worth and are known to be effective. If a burglar was found in your room one would feel very nervous in relying on some unused contrivance, but if o weapon that had proved its worth was on hand one would feel much easier. This, is the case at the present mo ment. The public is threatened with a dreadful scourge, and it can only be checked and stamped- out by keeping the general good health of the people up to the holiest pitch. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are known and have been used by thousands,- and in the present emergency nothing belter at any- price could be used to' keep the system in a healthy condition. They are a searching, cleansing remedy and taken with an occasional 10 grain dose of Aspirin will go a long way in pre venting infection from Influenzal pneumonia. .
INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES. STATE STOREMEN'S CLAIMS. GOVERNMENT GIVES WAY. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
EHD'JSTFJAL BSFFEREHOES. "STATE STOREMEN'S" CLAIMS. GOVERNMENT, GIVES WAY. ADELAIDE, Sunday. On Friday ni^ht there, appeared to be a strong probability that- the labor I trouble at the produce department's 'freezing works would result in a stop page of operations and the loss of thousands of pounds worth of produce which, is now in the chambers. Some of the men demanded increased wages, .;nd the mailer was referred to the Minister. On Saturday morning- work waa continued as usual, as the autho rities considered it desirable to give advances which bring the rates of pay up to that received by other employes.
KINDNESS TO HOSPITAL PATIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
f KINDNESS TO HOSPITAL PATIENTS. Yesterday.the Port Pivie Ccnsr•-op tional Junior Endeavor Sodeiy, under the leadership of ^liss Wilklns and. Miss Mortimore, another visit to the hospital. Thti 'members, . twelve in nuniBer, presented each paiicni with a hunch of flowers. This act of kindness was appreciated by the ma tron and im^scs of that noble institu tion.
Prisoners of War COMING OUT OF GERMANY. AUSSIES TRICK FRITZ. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
.Prisoners of War COMING OUT OF GERMANY AUSSIES TRICK FRITZ: : Over a thousand Australians Have now reached London (writes a 'Sun' correspondent) after varying terms of imprisonment in Germany, and it will console their relatives at home to ; know that for the most part lisey have come through all their trials and privations little impaired either ment ally or physically. - I have sqen several hundred of those men, and talked with many of them. Jn appearance, once they have got into the new uniforms provided im mediately upon arrival, they differ hut slightly from the fit soldiers from the "convalescents" at Ilurdcolt or Sutton Veiny—a few are even ruddy-cheelied and fat. Of course they are all excited and supremely happy, and under.'-'such, circumstances even the sick are at their best. I have seen none broken be yond recovery, or even abnormally emaciated. Some are over-wrought and nervy, some a trifle bewildered by the sudden transition .end contact with friendly men and women. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
Bronchitis. Bronchitis is a very common ail ment among children and among tlios? subject to it the least liltlo exposure brings it on—that is if the child is not given Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy at the first wheezing or hoarse ness. Sold everywhere. " Ruthless Redtictlons'iii all Stocks v. - •,. - , .\ Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking Stock. : -SEE OUR BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY TO- N BAY whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. Noteytke'se Wondrous 'Bargains; LEATHER BAGS, Superbly Finished, from . ...... 2/5 E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .. . 4/6 CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from .. .. .. .. • • > • 12/6 Stroll thorugh and see the profu sion of MCNEY-SAVING Opportunities
UNION JACK MUST FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
UNION JACK MUST FLY. Alderman Cab.ena.. the Lord Mayor cf Melbourne refused, permission' .to fh-e St. Patrick's Day celebration cornhittee to bold a procession unless sn tiadr-rtskifes v>as given that the Union Jack would be-carried. and. that ail republican emblems would be .ex cluded. 'So far fh.e- eoramitte s'fcao cot replied to'the letter of ths Lord Mayor. The M-jvor of Salfi" (Councillor. W;. Lyons) asked Hie local St. -'Patrick's 0>y committee 'for an assurance, of. a similar vind, -.and the committe?.' has. replied that, as in past years, the Un ion Jack .will be carried'in the pro cession.
A VALUABLE INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
A VALUABLE INSTITUTION. In view of the approaching cool weather,; .the committee of the Y.M.C.A. are planning- to conduct var ious clubs and functions of social value to the men. Tiie. whole cquip mehts of the Y.M.C.A. has been placed at the disposal of the town for use in the treatment. of cases of influenza and now "the board is faced with the pr ob I em o f ma i n ta ining a h i.gli s tand ard program.- The association rooms shrould prove a favorite meeting- place for all young men. facilities are of fered for enjoyable and pleasant soc ials. for games of billiards, draughts, or chess.' So far the membership has not been as high -as it should. If at least 300 members are not enrolled by the end of March, some of the ae tivi'uey will have to cease. The assoc iation belongs to the'men of-Pirie, and the directorate is askiyg thai more of them should join forces with this world wide organisation. ' Those who are tempted to-join are urscod to call at the rooms, Gertrude street, and se...
CLERKS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
CLERKS' ASSOCIATION. For some time past the Port Pirie branch of the Austr'ilhn Clerical As sociation 'has bccri in a state of sus pended . .mirnation. Last year the branch 'discussed, the advisability ctf •-sflUi-itlnS with the Trades and .Labor Council of Port Pine, and after a keen controversy a, motion was carried shelving the mailer for a period ox' six months., Thereafter the branch con tinued its work; but it was found that as an independent organisation its efforts to secure and maintain the re gulation of rates of pay and working conditions, were so seriously hampered that the branch became moribund. It has now been decided to take a ballot among the members on the question of affiliation, and that a meeting" will be held in two or three weeks' time to act on the result of the ballot. An or ganiser from Adelaide is coming to Port Pirie to assist in the re-estabiish nient of activity in the branch.
NEW DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
NEW.DISEASES. A yet undetermined malady has stricken the family of Mrs. Sarah Me Glosky, of Ma!in street, Kew, although in the case of . one son the cause of death given was enteritis and convul sions. On Monday the, son. aged 3 years and 10 months, became ill, and on Tuesday he died. On Tuesday the child's twin brother showed symptoms of Illness, and he was removed to the hospital. The mother attended the funeral of .her- dead son, r»n&lt;l on her V return she Was jnet by a policeman, who informed her of the death of the second twin child. Later she was ad vised that her daughter of 6 years, had succumbed.' A younger daughter is; now ill in the hospital. Before the epidemic Committee, Wellington (N.Z.) on Tuesday, evi dence was: given by doctors of the pre valence of influenza, with a few cases ' ef the pneumonic type, In Ai^kland before the l-Uaganls arrival. There were twenty -'cases al DeVonport. and four between October 7 and 19, two having pneumonic symptoms. A new typ...
Shortage of Houses (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919
■u> Shortage of Houses .(To the Editor of "The Recorde Sir,— Jf the voluntary house building scheme of "Snowy" Synnetrs could bo carried out in that help-one-another style of liis it would be a great bless ing for us womenfolks. Not that I am sharing badly myself, but the old song1 of years/igo, called "It's nice to have a home of your own'' seems to echo in my ears, when I read of his volun tary building scheme. Most of your, readers know the words of the song, but for the benelit of (hose who do not I will give them the chorus with a change, of the words in the last two lines:— It's nicc to have . a home of your own: You can sit by your fire side. If you've only go I a table and a - chair , •. • It's all your own, and you're welcbme therc: You're as good as any lady in the land, And as happy as the King upon a ' throne; So'come men, let's begin it. This scheme of "Snowy" Syanett's, And we'll alt have a home of our. own. • I sincerely hope that the men-folk who assisted on other...
AUSTRALIA DAY APPEAL. LAND SALE TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919
AUSTRALIA DAY APPEAL. LAND SALE TO-DAY. The Australia Day Committee" ha&lt;" three blocks 01 land presented li. them'-to be disposed of in aid of the appeal. Two were alloted, and the third, an unelaimed allotment, wil; be offered at auction to-day.at 2.30 p.m. by Mr. Fred Grey, Junr., at his clearing- furniture sale on Mrs. Scan droit's premises, The Terrace, sever doors north of Hie."Model school. Tin unclaimed allotment is No 30, Lester situated on Balmoral road, with a frontage of 50ft. by 178ft. 3in. It was presented"by Mr. ,l. Petty.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919
W^n.t'ed Col u mn. Under this heading iG words (i prepaid)., i/; three consecutive inser Uous, 2/0. No advertisement bookei under 4/. "... . .. ■ ■ " ' - ■ • SHIFTING Sands, a daring 5000ft Problem Play, .featuring,the. charni in;: Gloria Swan son.' (J.asino, To night. WANTED, young Lady for, office f6i Federal Steam Laundry'. Apply W. II. Moyle, Florence st-. . mtw JAMESTOWN Races. One seat vacant, leaving 8.30 a.m. Wednesday. Vivian Lewis. . ON March 1 all Stock Unclaimed on Pirie Racecourse will be sold unlesf paddoekiiig arrears are paid to the Lessee. TROLLEY. WANTED. Wanted, a -5-Wheeled TROLLEY and POLE,to carry 2J to 3 tpns, 21in. tyres.': ■■■. A. E. BRETT, smt or to Treleaven and Brown. WANTED/. TEA GIRL and HOUSEMAID. Good-wages. B.U.A.S. Co's BOARDING HOUSE, to Florence Street. FAST Motor Launch, 2oft., speed 12 Knots, -in perfect, order, any trial; cash or terms. "Ron," this office. t,'-:' " * mtw A GOOD Little DevH. a delightful 5000 ft. Famous Players feature; and a sp...
Amusements THE COO-EE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919
Amusements THE COO-EE. 'What a tangled web we weave, when first we* practice to deceive,' is aptly illustrated-in "Some Liars," now showing- at the Coo-ee pictures They are indeed some liars, but the rohce mmv ends their romancc. " The best incident in the exciting \ce High film is the tight under water. The'■■hero wins the fight and the girl lie loves. Nancy's birthright is full of human interest. Her life, from a helpless in fant left motherless in the slums till she reaches her birthright at last holds one entranced. ■ - _ To-morrow nigrit picture-goers will be given an opportunity of seeing Elsie Ferguson in "The Lie." Miss Ferguson has been described as the most beau tiful woman acting in the movies. In "The Lie,", an adaptation of Sir Henry Arthur Jones' famous book, iMiss' Ferguson, is .given full opportunity to. display her capabilities as an emotion al actress. Tlve play hinges on the saeriiices made by Elsie Shale to shield her' family from dishonor. The inter est is susta...