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CONTROL OF THE FORESHORE. DIFFICUTLY OF THE COUNCIL. OBJECTION BY HARBORS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
CONTROL OF THE FORESHORE. ? ? o DIFFICUTLY OF THE COUNCIL. OBJECTION BY HARBORS BOARD. The foreshore of the river, com monly known as Solomontown Beach, where a good deal of bathing is in dulged in during the summer months, is at present under the control of the Harbors Board. The Town Council, with a view to framing necessary re gulations" and effecting improvements, decided to endeavor to obtain control of this strip of water front, but it is meeting with some difficulty. At the Council meeting on Monday night the following letter was received from Mr C. H. Dewhirst, secretary to the Minis ter of Marine, Adelaide: "Referring to your letter of Febru ary 12. addressed to the Chairman, Hfrrbcro Bjwd, statin/? your Gwn :?! Is t.'-z-isr the pesesssry steps, under L? ~?thn Co~i:occ~ '.c" LO'.'t. *c ch~ ccr.'.::c,l tbs ' f'srerr rrr-. 7 . .' - ~ * Pir:?.' . -. ~ j- j ." > . ^ v v " * v.' .. I r.r. ;i.: -:c\: hy the Hon. :r_c of Marine to inform you ? hiu inc Harbors Board report that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
F. WELLS Clothing and Bout ?a! ? THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, &K Tailor-Made, cannot bs beaten i® the Commonwealth. Many lines atill at Old Pri^ss. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods T Men'? Hate, Shirts, SPies, &e. Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were boug&t many months ago ito arrive, and are at the present time much b& low tie market value. W. F. WELLS & CO. .ABESAJ^DBS-STEEET, EOBT- PIBIE. S. G. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &0. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. STYLE: SALE NOW ON. Ladies' Washing and Ready - to - Wear Hats, 5/11 to 7/11; now 3/11 each. Women's Cotton Vests, 1/3 each. Black Cotton Kose, 7$d., f lljd., 1/3 pair. Dainty Flower Posies, ! 1/6 for 8}d. ' Black Ball Mending, | worth 1/3, for lOJd. Girls' Navy Bloomers, !' with calico bodice, worth ' 3/6; no...
BALAKLAVA RACES. A BIG DIVIDEND. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
BALAKLAVA RACES. A BIG DIVIDEND. J~': ADELAIDE. Wednesday. Balaklava races were held to-day. Results: HURDLES. Two miles. 1IAMAKO, 9.5 (Hale) ...... i Lochiel, 9.0 .. .. .? .. ... 2 Soofa, 10.3!. . .. .. . . .. . . 3 Dividend, £3/.12/. MAIDENS. Five-and a half furlongs. BATTLE QUEEN, 8.3 (Sing) . 1 Banzai's Hope, 8.6 .... .. .. 2 Deporte, 8.6 .. - .. .. .. 3 Dividends, £1/11/ and £1/8/. WEROCATA HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. LA BOISELLE (inc. 10 lb. pen.), 8.2 (Francis) .. .. 1 Barracoon, 7.12 .. 2 Likely, 7.13 .. .. .... 3 Dividends, £4/10/ and £1. RAILWAY HANDICAP. Five and a half furlongs. BONNIE VI?PCENT, 7.0 (Fin lay) ........ ...... 1 Marie Carola, 8.11 ........ 2 Coppertown, 7.0 ........ 3 Dividends, £78/7/ and £1/3-. ' TRIALS. Seven furlongs. OPERA BOUFFE, Si3 (Cum niings) 1 Battle Queen, 7.10 ........ 2 Bobonite, 8.12 .. ...... 3 Dividends, £2/18/ and 15/. JUMPERS' FLAT. One and a quarter miles. 'HARDRELLY, 10.10 (M'Gowan) 1 Master Maelgwyn, 10.10 .. . . 2 Coppertown, ...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
PERSONAL. Mr»E. J. Wills lias returned from a. holiday trip to Tasmania. 'His many friends in this district will . be pleased to learn that Mr A. P. Cheek, who has been, seriously ill." is now progressing: towards recovery. He is in the Gawler. Hospital, where he recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr E. M. Sabine, S.M., entered upon liis new duties at the Adelaide Police Court on Monday. When Mr Sabine took his seat on the bench Mr Herbert Solomon, on' behalf of the legal pro fession and the Justices' Association, of which lie was president, extended a cordial welcome to the new magis trate, and expressed the hppe that he would have a successful term of office. He could assure him that lie would receive every assistance from the members of the bar and the officers of the Court. Mr Sabine could also rely upon receiving every help from the justices of Adelaide. Superinten dent Priest, 011 behalf of the Commis sioner of Police andi officers o? the force, congratulated Mr...
PETROGRAD BOMBED. FURIOUS PROTESTS AGAINST ANNEXATIONS. MOSCOW THE CENTRE OF RESISTANCE. (Published in The Times.) PETROGRAD, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
PETROGRAD BOMBED. FURIOUS PROTESTS AGAINST ANNEXATIONS. MOSCOW THE CENTRE OF RESISTANCE. (Published in The Times.) PETROGRAD, Tuesday. Moscow is increasingly becoming the centre of resistance, new hopes, and desperate schemes. Local Soviets throughout the countryside'-are pour ing in furious protests against annex ations. If another anti-climax does not follow, it seems improbable that the treaty will be ratified. The German?, occupied Narva immediately prior to the signing of the treaty. It is reported that the Germans are continuing their ad vane, despite Hoff mann's order for the cessation of hos tilities on Sunday. German airmen bombed Petrograad on Tuesday afternoon. It is believed that they were aiming at the principal railway station. Zeppelins appeared, but machine gun batteries drova them bac-Ic.
RECRUITING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
RECRUITING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Tlie Stale Recruiting Committee writes: The enlistments for the week ended March 2 were two short of the previous seven days, being 32 as against 34. Of these, 15 men enlisted in the country and 17 in the metro politan area. Gawler occupies pride of place with four enlistments out of nine volunteers, Port Pirie coming next with three out of eight. Altogether 77 men volunteered (iy more than during the previous week), 38 in the country and 39 in the city arid sub urbs. The sergeant in charge of the Dug-Oi.o ' near the Town Hall was kept fiarly busy, during last week 34 men being passed as fit and attested. Nine men previously attested called in en route for Mitcham Camp. Three men two of whom were returned soldiers and the other a reject-applied to get into the home service. Several youths obtained parents' consent forms. Seve ral ladies-soldiers' dependents-call ed to express their thans for the kind ness, consideration and assistance that had been exte...
The Australians HEALTH NEVER BETTER. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
The Australians HEALTH NEVER SETTER. (United Cable Service). LONDON,. Tuesday. -Mr Keith .Murdoch, tlie Australian war correspondent, who, is at Austra- i lion headquarters, says: i Leading- consultants of Sydney and] Melbourne who are attached to the 1 staff of the great Australian Hospital" told -tne last- night that the health of Australians was never better. The men wintered splendidly. They have plenty of woollens and rest. At St. Vincent's j Hospitals the surgeon reaffirmed the I old siorv. iirst told in Gailipoli, that tiie Australians' stamina enabled them !to bear their wounds better and re cover quicker than the others.
CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. An antiseptic liniment, espeaially valuable for cuts, bruises, burns, sprains, swellings, Jarae back and rheumatism. Sold everywhere. During a Bible lesson a teacher was trying to explain the parable of the tares. .'Can anyone tell me who is like the evil one who sowed the tares?" A hand instantly shot up from a small boy at the foot, or the class. "Well, John, what person do you say?" - "Please, ma'am, my mother." "Why?" asked the teacher, in as tonishment?" " "Well," answered .he, eyeing his ?(patched trousers, "she sews all my tears." t
WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
WHICH: 'J'nere is & familiar story of Abr&h am .Lincoln to t/liq effect that a dele gation of clergjuieii once called on him, one of whom, said1, "I hops, 31r .President, thati the Lord is on our feide/" t>(j whomi 'L/inpolni . replied, " Tluit does not concern met ; what concerns me is tjliat we should be on ?the LordJ'fc side." Christmas morning's .papers publish ed a speech delivered by the Raiser to liis troops, containing the follow ing two sentences,':-';The year 1917, with its gi-eat battles, - has proved that the G-ennan people have in the Lord of Croa?ion al>ove an uncondit ional and avowed ally on whom it can absolutely rely. Without Him, all would- have been in vain." The difference between Abraham .Lincoln and the Kaiser is- the differ ence between true and false religion, "true and false faith. False religion; is the religion of self will. False faith has its own plans, formed, and claims G&lt;od as a silent partner, lending the capital of ...
TRICKS IN THE AIR. WHAT AIRMEN HAVE LEARNED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
TRICKS IN THE .AIR. WHAT AIRM£:N^HA-VK LEAliXED. William G. Shepherd, thei well known American correspondent, lvas had unusual opportunities oi watch ing air achievements on every battle front. in Europe. He gives a graphic account of tho progress that has been made since -1911. "Some of thei tricks which the fly ing men learnt^! for themselves wont contrary to the theories of the thing men themselves,"' j he states. . I "The .?things, which it seemed a Hying man ought to do it was discovered to be the very things he ought not to do. ''Under shrapnel fire .it seemed the proper ? thing to climb out of range. And vet ttha flying * man learnt, by deadly experiences that the -best way 'to avoid shrapnel was, to'drop instead; of climb, because climbing lessened .the speed and afforded a slower tor get, while dropping increased the speed and spoilt the enemy's range. "To get above an enemy flyer, and in front oE him was the early, war idea of plane-to-piffine fighting in the air, but expe...
"SO LONG LETTY." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
LONG LETTY." Two married couples live in adjoin- I inc cottages 011 a beach front, with "li.iy a low hedge convenient for flir tation purposes dividing- them. Tommy is married to Lelty, and Harry is mar married to Grade, but Harry sees 1..0 !unci 1 of Letly. and Tommy sectf to much of Gracie. This leads to com plications, and in the end, desiring to remain friends, they decide, on. an ex- ; perinienl, which does no!, prove a suc cess. "So Long Lelty" is an object-j lesson to tiie wife whose hubby has ! grown .stale, and "does not understand her." and likewise to the husband who is tired of the same old face at break- ; fast, dinner and tea. Mr D. B. G'Con-] nor will present "So Long- Lelty," | which is one of the most successful j comic operas ever staged by J. C. Wil- j liamson Ltd., and the full O'Connor I Opera- Company will be appearing in j the caste. The opera will be staged ; complete in every detail. The com- j pany appear at the Town Hal! on .Mon- j day and Tuesday nights n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
Are SHOWING THIS WEEK a VERY FINE RANGE of Our Show of CURTAINS is considered .GOOD.' We have LACE TAINS from 4/6 to 45/ Pair, in splendid designs. GRASS LAWN ami COIsD MADRAS CURTAINS are showing to Great Advantage. A " We have a Very Fine Lot of CRETTONNES. Among the Designs are "\ ?* Uiose' suitable, for Furnishing, or the Latest in Skirts. One line REVER- : SIBLL" CRETTONNE, in Red or Green, at 2/11 yard. A Very Pretty Cret- ^gjg^9«L tonne (reversible) at 4/6 yard. ' If you are desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT for the win- ir_ Biff' tor, see our Selections of FLCRAL SATTEENS, just the thing for Uie pur- ? I'OsC. ; «9SJ9 We have a few Very Dainty Lines in .TAP CREPE, which make up" very prcltilv for KimoHas, Dressing Jackets, ctc. There are MANY OTHER LINES to INTEREST YOU at iwvi&lt;wvvw^fw»irwvwvu The Big House where the Values are. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. & Watchmakers, Jewellers, and Opticians* - ? - ELLEN STREET, PORT PIME We have Completed Enlarging...
THE LYDEAMORE FUND. A DISTRESSING CASE. AN APPEAL TO THE KINDHEARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 7 March 1918
THE LYDEAMORE FUND. A DISTRESSING CASE. APPEAL TO THE KIND- HEARTED. Our attention has been drawn to the pitiable condition in which the widow of the late Mr James Lydeamore has been left. She has a large family, five of whom are absolutely dependent up- on her for their support. She has been under medical treatment for a painful affliction (housemaid's knee), and is quite unable at present to work, and will be for some time. She is liv- ing in a rented house and has practi- cally nothing, and no relatives who are in a position to afford her necessary help. Mrs M. L. Warren, who is always &nbsp; to the fore in cases of distress, is in- teresting herself on behalf of the un- fortunate woman and children, but more substantial assistance is requir- ed than can be rendered by a few pri- &nbsp; vate individuals, hence this appeal to &nbsp; the charitable public. Will our readers please extend their charity to this un- fortunate woman, who is more or less permanent...
THE ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
THE ADELAIDE , SHARE MARKET. Messrs. Blight Bros, supply us with the following noon quotations at the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: Broken Hill, sales 71/ British Old. b 38/6. s 40/ British New. b 37/(5. s 38/ Junction Con,, sales 10/5. Junction Paid, b 11/-. a 11/3. Junction North, b 22/7.V. s 23/-. Norths, sales 62/6. Wallaroo, sales 59/-. Edna Ma v. sales. 33/6. Edna Mav Centrals, b 13/9. « 14/ ,Edna May Consol Con., b 15/10. a 16/ Edna Mav Deeps, b 27/11. a 27/6 " Great Bo-v?-; b J3' s 13/2 Gifeenfincbi Cons, b»9Sd. s lid./ Greenfinch'Paid, b 2/. s 2/2 Commodores, sales 10id Zinc fordv"). b 21/. s 21/6 A clergyman who had failed to gain the confidence and esteem of his flock was giving his farewell sermon. He started: My dear friends,-It is clear God does not love you, for I'have not buried any of you. It is ? equally clear, you do not love one another, for I have not married any of you. It is painfully clear you do not love me, for you have not paid me my last quar ter's s...