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CAPTURED GUNS WANTED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

CAPTURED GUNS WANTED. (Iteuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. •Mr Bonar Law has announced that Great Britain is demanding- the return of the British guns - which the Gerr mans Captured during the war.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

ffgKg |€ with You. Nevergo on a journey without -a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, and Diarrhoea Remedy in your; trunk. Train arid boat- travelling, with the conse quent change of diet, upsets many people and it is not always easy to ob tain a remedy when: travelling'. Cham-: berlairs's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy can always; be relied upon to jrivc in slant relief In all bowel complaints, gold everywhere.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Street Row WHARF LABORER CHARGED. THE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

Street Row WHARF LABORER CHARGED. THE CASE DISMISSED. _ Charged on---Monday Willi insulting behavior, a man whose name was said to Jbc Hugh Glynn, secured a remand until - yesterday morning-, -when the ease was resumed hel'ore Mr Scott,' S.M. The offence alleged against depen dent was that lie boohooed while Con stable Ferguson was taking a man to the look-up on Saturday evening. ; The defence set up was that of mis taken identity. - Evidence of the arrest was/given, and then Constable Ferguson, who effected the arrest, was. cross-examin ed by Mr Regan, who appeared for the defendant. The constable stated that, there was a fair percentage of the crowd boohooing, but he was positive as to defendant doing so. There could be no question of mistaken iden ■ iiiy, continued Constable Ferguson, as the accused was: well known to/him; A man was taken to the watclihouse for refusing to give his name. He was subsequently released. ' This closed the: case for the police. The accused was sworn a...

Publication Title: Recorder
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CRICKET. CRYSTAL BROOK v NARRIDY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

CRYSTAL BROOK v NARRIDY. . \ Played at Namely on ^Saturday last. Scores:— Crystal Brook. G, KavpnagU, c and b Haren ... 2 T. Butler, b Yenning i ii. O'Shaughnessy. c Darley. b Haren 10 B. naw?f, b Harries • • . 5 V. Stirscant. b Yenning, li AY. Stephens, c Darley, b Ilaren 0 F. O'Brien, c smart, b Haren . . 4 \V. Button. not out .. .. 15 T. Sutoinfc, c and b smart- ■ . • • -I G. Geim. b Haren . .' .. . . . . . . 0 Ii. Kloppeiv l.b.w. b Haren . . ... 4 Sundries . . .8 - Total . . . . . . . . .. .... 56 Bovil'ij L. Karen, 7 for 20; XV. Yenning 1 for ii: A. Smart, I for 1 i. Narridy. J. Darley, c Butler.- b Stephens 23 L. llcvc'i <• ard b Sargent ; -. . . 0 ^r^liai«,'i, ii ^t.'phcns 7 A. Smart, jj O'Brien .. .. 19 G. Smart, b Sargent . . .. - • • • 1 L. -Nicholson, e and b Sargent 0 i. J. Kelly^ i.b.-w., b Sa-rgent . . ■ 1 \V.Friefi, c Sargent, :b 'Sargent .. 0 \J Groucli, not out .... \;..v . - ^ $ W. Venning,- b W. Button .. . 8 \V. Hansen*, b O'Brien . . .. . . . .'. 0 Su...

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SOUTH ARICAN REPUBLICANISM. (Reuter's Service.) CAPETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

\ SOUTH ARICAN REPUBLICANISM. \ (ilcuter'9 Service.) CAPETOWN, Monday. In tlie Assembly th6 anti-Repubiican. debate was resumed by Sir Edgar Walton, who emphasised that the Union was based on-mutual faith and .•onMenee. Notwithstanding recent events, he was still sure of the faith of the great majority, of the Duteh speaians' people. Sir- Edgar Walton complained that the Nationalists never faced the, question' of the attitude, of. the natives because they inew the na-" fives' were bitterly oppos-ed to a-Re publican Government. He declared that. Great Britain could not relievo herself of her obligations as protector of the natives.

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SPALDING v JAMESTOWN. KIRKWOOD 122 NOT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

I. • ; SPALDING v JAMESTOWN. K! UK WOOD: 122 NOT OUT. The first meeting, of the • Spaldiug and Jamestown clubs look piace on the Jamestown oval on Saturday. Capt. A."J. Lee- (.Jamestown) lost the toss to Capt. 0. Roberts •'(Spalding), and the latter decided to bat. Kirkwo.od, an old Interstate player,'" took strikes from Lee, and from then to the end of the innings he gave a very line ex hibition of the game. None of the oilier visitors stayed yery long with hint; the next best being' Roberts 19, Hngan 1-3, and Cheney and Burton each 12; the innings closing for 235. Lee and Measday did most of' the bowling for the home team.. Two brilliant catches by Lee were ;.a feat ure of'the innings. With a little oyer au hour to go Lee and Moy vent to the wickets to try and catch the Spalcling total. They both batted freely and stayed together " until 63 /-were ! compiled, when Lee lost his •■vvIciNet trying to pull , a staight bnH from Sanders and was bowled. J.: lUcGthre/, fi.iilowed and help...

Publication Title: Recorder
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IMPERIAL FINANCE REGULATIONS. (Reuter's service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

JRIPERIAL FINANCE REGULATIONS. tKeuter's service..) LONDON, Monday The Press Bureau says the Treasury: states that it is. impossible' to dispense altogether with . the control of capital issue, but it is necessary to reconsider che principles governing the sanction tn order to avoid placing unnecessary obstacles ia the way of providing capi tal l'or the speedy restoration of com merce and industry. In .view, how- , ever, of the numbers of fresh issues j «ie expected a new Defence of the ' Realm regulation- will be made; pro- \ hibiling issues except under the Trea- .l oury's licence, and the capital issues v :ommiltee .has been reconstructed' with new terms of reference. : \

Publication Title: Recorder
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WHEAT SCHEME SCANDAL Railway Appointments POLITICAL INFLUENCE ADMITTED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

WHEAT SCHEME SCANDAL Railway Appointments POLITICAL INFLUENCE ADMITTED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. I Several witnesses were examined ' by the Wheal Scheme and Rural In i dustries Royal Commission ;to-day; in j respect of evidence- given by Messrs. ! G. G. Niehqlls;-,manager, and G. H. K. •.Vai'don^ secretary. i f the wheat scheme I concerning Sir Richard Butler. -. Mr Alfred N.Day .general traffic ; .man ager of the South Australian Railways, questioned in! re'aid to the transfer of i Mr. P. J. Conote, from Angaston to [ Bi'inlcworth, said it was because, wit ' ness considered there v ere* men more suited to Angaston, while Gonole was more suited to Brinkworth. Sir Ricli | ard Butler had spoken to him about 1 Conole's ease. I The Chairman: What was said ? ; i Witness: Sir Richard'Butler, as far t as I remember, said Goiioje was taking rather ia prominent part in political ■ mnltevs, and he would be glad if wit ness could, arrange far his transfer. , - The Chairman; What;; did you take Sir R...

Publication Title: Recorder
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CRYSTAL BROOK. SOCIAL TO SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

, CRYSTAL BROOK. SOCIAL TO SOLDIERS. A welcome social was tendered re turned soldiers at .-Crystal Brook in the Institute Hall on Monday evening-. The guests were Driver Edgar E Mat thews (Dick), Private H. You, Private j\. A. Clothier, MM., and Corporal W. •11; Gray. Other, returned soldiers were present, including" Sergeaait S. J. But ton, Private R. C. Coleman and Private L. ;S. Horne. Mr Geo. Davidson, chairman of the Soldiers' Reception Committee, pre sided over a crowded house. He paid a high tribute to the work done by the Australian soldiers at the front, and welcomed them home. x The Rev. H. A. Williams said they had met to do honor to those who had returned from ganger ana" hardship. It was only right that they should welcome them back and say how pleased they were to welcome them home. The most important feature in the decorations was the war loan hon or tlag. They must keep in mind the fact that however much they might honor those" who came- back, it was nothing to- the ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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"DADS" HONOR ROLL. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

"DADS" HONbR ROLL. fTo the Editor of "The Recorder.") Sir,— ■ In your report of the. "Dads" As sociation I notice that Mr. H. .Jackson, with his usual sound sense, comment ed upon an obvious' error of judgment in the Fathers' Association. He ex pressed regret that the name of every, man tfiat; left Port Pirie was not on "the roll. r Could the secretary explain to a fair-minded public how the associa tion came to mate sueh afEectiliar dis tinction betwcdn-stil'liers whose fath ■ ers ^belong- to the: association and those Avho . do not on a practically I public honor roll? I am, &c:. i;'--JUSTICE.

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CLEMENCAU CONVALESCENT. (Router's Service.} LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

CLEMINCEA.y CONVALESCENT. {Router's Service.} • LONDON, Monday. M. Clemehceau: is almost convales cent and is expcctccl to attend the Peaep Conference on Thursday.

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RETURNING TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

RETURNING TO-DAY. Lieutenant Mars ana L/Cpl. V.'iiis are returning- by train lo-day.

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FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Port Pirie Football Association was -held last night at the atefnalional Hotel. There were pre sent: Messrs Cornish and Sandrv (St. dark's). V. Johnson, D. Brackenbridge (Solomon town)T. Bronniek and J W. Adams (Proprietary) Bron niek presided. > It was decided to continue fooibali "nil up the present season and to make •pplicatioh -to the Port Pirie Council 'or ihcase of iho ground. The pros pects of the coming season are good.

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QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

QUOITS. The following arc {lie .results of the second rouuil of tournament, \vliicli •loscd last Saturday:— G. White 39 beat A. W. Bottrill 2 L \Y. Sprague. a bye. A Lel'oig, a bye. ~ .T; Farquliar 39, beat J. B. McN'ally 2 A. J. Taylor 37. beat II. Wilson 16. i. Dewyer .31. beat W. Brusnalion 28. SV.McGregor 'So, beat J. Ferryman 21. The draw for the third round is as follow:— G. While I? bhd.. v AY. Sprague 7 behind. - J. Taylor 10 bud, v J. Farquhar 18 behind. R. Dewyer 10 bllcl., v A. Leibig 10 behind. . : W. McGregor, a bye. The round closes on Salurdav,' March 1. - i

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Sporting RACING FIXTURES. February. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

Sporting RACING FIXTURE —-.February.— 2 6^Jamest5\vn Racing Club. 26.—Mllicent R3.Cing Club. 27.—Port Lincoln Ifacins taub. —March— d .t—Snowlowa Racing Club. o.^BaiatiaYa'Bacins: Club. ^ 5.-—Siouni Gambier Racing Club. S^^pab&agVE&crag^Club.-:. 12.—J>ort Bfousii.ton Racing Club. 12.—Marat Bay Joqfcey Club." i _43, 38.—Jferaccprto Racing Club. .lS.^^ort Adelaide Racing Club. OSI (By "Ghuringa,") • _ ' - The Oakbank people are quite confi dent that they will be able to manage a second mee ting a year and intend to apply to the S.A.J.(J. for October 25. Some years ago the Martindale Club) tried the experiment of promoting two' fixtures a year, but it was not a suc cess; more than that, the February gathering from that moment took a backward step and the position has never been recovered. While,'of course, there is ho sugges tion that the Easter Monday fixture ; will suffer, people who should know -say that a meeting at Oakbank in the summer would,not;prove popular. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

flHSTRALrSN NATIVES' ASSOCIA TION. MIXED BRANCH. PORT PIRIE LODGE, No. 3Of Meets every MONDAY NIGHT after Smelter Pay at .7.30 p.m., at the A.W.A. Hall. President: S. .T. Davis. J. S. HOCKING, Secretary. Box G9. STANDARD FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CORIPAHY. Every Description of Insurance Busi ness Transacted at Lowest Current Rates. LOCAL \GENT FOR PORT PIRIE: G. KEMP, c/o Treleaven and Brown. When the Dny is Hot and Ypu are Thirsty, Try a Dolicious v COOL DRINK or ICE CREAM at AUSTOW'S NIAGARA SALOON, ALEXANDER ST. UP TO DATE SODA FOUNTAIN. Best Brands of Confectionery al ways in Stock. twf Received no damage from the heavy rain?, but you may still get some big bargains during the remainder of our Big Bargain Sale Crex Squares and Crex Mats are ] still betas'offered at Bargain Prices. Door, Slips in great profusion at Sale Prices. , A good line of Cotton and .Wool Ma-' terial in a dark grey, suitable for Boys', Suits or Ladies' Skirts. Must be sold, "*!/"-ii yard. It will pay you ...

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Doctors' Dilemma PROFESSIONALS HOLIDAYING. "ABSENT" TREATMENT BY POST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

PROFESSIONALS HOLIDAYING. "ABSENT'' TREATMENT BY POST. > A new do etors' dilemma lias arisen in Sydney —doctors of medicine, doctors of law, and doctors of dentis try are all suffering, from the .same complaint—a temporary stoppage of work. And all because of the 'flu. "Nothing doing" is heard on all sides The trades and general ...industries are not the only injured ones—they have now been joined by the profes sionals. A visit to the leading Mac<luarie ■'street medicos show sparsely populat- 1 ed waiting rooms—which in pre-'flu J ' days were crowded to overflowing with patients impatiently studying out-of date literature. The few waiting ones i who do appear are, in nine cases out of 10, those awaiting inoculation. - "It's the same everywhere," said a leading specialist, "and nearly half the profession is taking a holiday. People are afraid to come to town, and sev eral of my patients write and tell me fiow they are, and enclose their last prescription—but prescribing...

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WAR MUSIC Nocturne on a Ship GREASER GETS AN OCTAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

WAR MUSIC Wagner would have found power ; Xuf inspiration in the Saga of one ■Hugh Butty, greaser, on the steamer War. .Music, now at Port Pirie. Thf prelude, as related by the master, Capt. Headie, .was commenced b;> Duffy, a native of "the ould sod,' com ing on hoard on Monday night arid with cheerful indiscrimination hitting any heads lie could reach. Thinking that this playful exuberance of spirits would soon exhaust itself, Captain Beadie contented himself with an or chestra-seat- on the flying bridge. Huffy, who was playing leading Middle, . refused, however, to consider an an dante treatment of the theme and such limes as his arms were free continued tiie arpeggio movements.' on Itie faces of his. mates., ; As leader of the orchestra, Captain Beadie iclt called on to restore har mony and, with the third mate, went aii, to. moderate Duffy's feelings. With Celtic irenzy his advances were re'-, puiseu, and ii was with difficulty that Uuiiy was restrained irom playing a fanOu ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

.m wv xu j" ^art&as Kii!hless Reducticifisin ail 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 DAY whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. Note these Wondrous . .. .. 2/6'' •.. .. 4/6 .. .. ..12/6 LEATHER- "SAGS, Superbly Finished, from E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, , from ., ■.. . CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from .. v. Stroll thorugh and see the profusion of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities - ^ : ■ 1 ■ : /■"■ '■"'. ■ ' ' * ' Importer, Diamond Mercb^ai, Manufacturing Jeweller * and Optician,

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GLADSTONE. TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

GLADSTONE.' TENDERS. IAt a--special meeting of the Glad stone Town Council callcd; to receive ■ tenders in respect' of re-advertised contracts, the following tenders were accepted: ' No 7.—100 cubic yds maintenance, Laura road, M. D. Harm, 9/6 a yard. No S.—150 cubic yds maintenance, -Georgetown road, W. E-. Braddoek, 100 vards.at 9/, .and M£T>. Hann, 50 yards at 10 A No. 13.—S chains sheeting, Boo voolie Flat, T. Flanriagan, £5/lS/ a .chain. r No. 14.—:10 chains sheeting, Lee-: sue's Flat, W. E. Braddock, £6 a chain. Beetalco. Wafer .Supply. On the motion oi Cr. Blessing, -sec onded'by Cr. Lohmarai, it was resolved that the chairman and Mr. Wm. Grow den be a deputation from the Glad stone District Council to confer with find assist the Georgetown District Council in Its efforts'-to secure an ade-. quale water supply from Beetaloo for the town and,district. '

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