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SWIMMING. WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
SWIMMING. 'WEDNESDAY WIGHT'S UK G ATT A. . Tke Port Pirie;. Amateur Liie-Sav in£ ati-d Swimming Club continued its rearatta oil Wednesday nisM. . The swiiiuuinK ibasin was beautifullv lit up with red, white, and blue electric Iisrhts, and decorated with buntinw and lias's. The arrangements were carried o\it under ihtt direction oi Mr .J. P. Sellars, the [ secretary,, with Messrs. A. W. Roonoy and A. Mc Leod. The following: wero officials : Jnde*>. Mr. -T. Firinin Jenkins : starter. Mr. A. W. Rooney. ; Call Steward, Mr. S. Jones ; Gate Keeper. Mr. McLeod : Megaphonist, Mr. E. Swannie ; Stew ards, Messrs. I. Cox. Roberts. Bal ?dock, Malcombe ; Instructress. Miss V. Write : Chief Instructor. Mr. J. P. Sellars : Treasurer. Mr A. McLeod: Assistant Secretary. Mr. A. W. Roon ey ; Secretary, Mr. J. P. Sellars. The S'&lt;hooL Girls' 'Race (under 15V was won by Miss Y. Pelbam, who was the only starter and had to swim the course before she could be declared the winner. The final of ...
"HIGH JINKS." [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
"HIGH JINKS." At the Town Hall on Monday and Tuesday next) Mr- U- B- O'Connor presents -his opera company in J. . C. Williamson's famous comic oneras "Hig-h Jinks" and "So 'Lone1 iLettv." It is certainly an unusual tbinff for, a comic opera to contain a plot, but such is the case ins "'Hieh Jinks." Dr. Thome, instead of curing his pat ients in the orthodox wav. nuts new life into them.and'cures them immed iately of any dread disease' with, one whiff oi a special perfume called High .links. His system also has », love making ' effect on his men patients, and fsicklentally himself too. This is quite O.K. when expressed, on maiden ladies, . but leads to confusion and conflict when tried on his patients' wives and sweethearts-^ "Something seems Tingle-ins," "Ix>ves OwnKiss" and "The Bubble Sons'" are amonsrst the numbers whicK will fee rendered during the performance. The boxnlnns are available at, Slater's, where seats i may be reserved without exrtra fee.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
Are SHOWING THIS WEEK a V ERY FINE RANGE of Oui* Show of CURTAINS is considered GOOD. Wn tmvo t\ ri&lt;' pith TAINS from -i/G to 45/ Pair, in splendid designs. , GRASS'-' LAWN and COLD MADRAS CURTAINS are showing lo Great Advantage. , We have a Very Fine Lot of CRETTONNES. Anions the Designs are /those suitable for Furnishing,, or the Latest in Skirts. One line REVER SIBLE CRETTONNE, in Red or Green, at. 2/11, yard. A Very Pretty Cret tonne (reversible) at i/G yard. ' IF you are desirous of RE-COVERING your DOWN QUILT fur the win-. ter, see our Selections of FLORAL SATTEENS, just the thing for the pur pose. . . We have a few Very Dainty Lines in JAP CREPE, which make up very prettily for Kimonos, Dressing Jackets, etc. . ' i 'there are ^1AN\ 0 II1ER LINES to. I\ 1 EREST YOU at OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. The Big House where the YaSues -are» Watchmakers, Jewellers, arsd Opticians. ' . - ~ - ELLEN STREET, POET PIRIE We have Completed. Enlarging Our Shop, and Fitled with New and ...
ANXIETY IN GERMANY. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
?ANXIETY IN GERMANY. (Reuter's Service). LONDON, Thursday. Reuter*s correspondent at Amster dam s«ys that the apprehensions re cently expressed by the Swedish press regarding German designs in Finland have now been justified by the arrival of a German force o»i the Aaland Is lands . The proceeding's in the Reichstag over Germany's action are also caus ing anxiety in the Fatherland. The ..Socialists Ledebour, Haase, David and Ebert bombarded the Foreign Under Secretary (Herr Butesche) with ques tions . For instance: Why was the news of Sweden's protest withheld in Germany? Why was Sweden treated so brusquely? The1 .speakers insisted that such interference would turn to Germany's disadvantage by exaspera ting the Finns and Scandinavians. The protests were not confined to the Socialists, Herr Gotheim (Pro gressive) said he sympathised with, the Finnish White Guards, but inter vention in Finland was Sweden's affair, not Germany's. Herr Buesche replied: We are respon ding to Finnish appe...
EXEMPT NIGHTS FOR VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
EXEMPT NIGHTS FOR \ VEHICLES. ! March 24, 25, 26, 27, 23. April.22, 23* 24, 25, 26. May 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. June 20, 21, 22, 23, 24.' Julj- 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. August 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. September 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. October 16, 17, IS, 19-. 20. November 14; 15, 16, 17, IS. December 14, 15, 16, 37, IS.
Broadway Arizona A RILLIANT TRIANGLE FEATURE. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
A RILLiANT TRIANGLE FEATURE. OASINO TOrNjGHT. An exceptionally line Triangle pro- i gram, is to bo shown at Casino this evening, when the chiming Olive Thomas, the queen of tho famous Ziegiieki -bollies, will be seen in; her record breaking musical comedy suc cess, entitled "isroadway Arizona," a thrilling §tory of a cowb'ov who kid napped the Queen of the Great Whit« Way: :lhe story is a, most thrilllincr one, and is portrayed! in 5,000ft of excellent photo play. The folio win-, short synopsis may prove interesting to intending patrons,, to Casino to niirht : t The cleverness and beauty of Fritzi Carlyle, star of a roadway musical comedy, attracts John Keves. a West erner "dtoing" .New York. Tne mana ger of the show sees in Keves a good newspaper story," so uq arranges for him to meet Fritzi. A sharp flirta tion ends with Fritzi promising to mariry Keyes. The newsDaPp.vs '^ive the aifair enough publicity to satisfy even Keyes. Later that day he read that Carlyle has denied) the ero...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES AND SPORTS. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
I ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES 5ND ! SPORTS. THE HANDICAPS. Splendid eatries were received for the various events to be run-at the St. Patrick's.Day sports, the handicaps for which are appended. There are 14 In for the Trial Stakes, seven for the Pony Race,- eight for St. Patrick's Day Handicap. 17 for the Maiden Handicap Trot. 13 for the Butchers' Derby, sev en for the Handicap Pony Trot. 12 for | the Flyins Handicap, 16 for the Dis j lance Handicap Trot., and 11 for the, |Handicap Pony Race. As the handi cappers appear to have done their work well, good fields are assured, and there should be some first class sport on Wednesday next., HANDICAP TRIAL* STAGES. T. P. Clark's Benson. 9.0. A. E. 'Johns'-Grace Summed. 9.0. lF. Dennis's Ripplim* Wave. 8.12. G. Hannah's Aladdin. 8.12. | .T. O'Biiien'a Uimmie, 8.12. [ J. 'Keane's Pardon. 8.12. G, Eame's ThoueKtful Bov. 8.10. E. Fcatherstonefsf Bluch'erstine, 8.7. ]\r. O'Toole's Thoughtful 11. 8.4. '.T. T/. O'T'oup-Tilin's 'John Bull. 8.0. V. Mi...
Death of Mr. Redmond, M.P. HEART FAILURE FOLLOWS OPERATION. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
HEART FAILURE FOLLOWS OPERATION.: (Published in The Times.) . LONDON, Wednesday. The death is announced of Mr John Redmona, M.P., for many years leader of'the reunite Irish.Nationalist Party. Mr Redmond's health had been failing for some months. Death followed a severe operation, which was impera tive, owing to an intestinal obstruction. The operation was borne with great courage. Satisfactory, progress was maintained for a few days, but heart failure supervened. The late Mr Redmond, who was 6T years of age, was originally a clerk in' the House of Commons. He was a fine orator and ,an expert Parliamentarian. He had his son and brother as Parlia-' mentary colleagues in the Commons. He made several eloquent speeches on the war. In September; 191-i, he re ceived many congratulations on the Home Rule Bill passing into law. He declined a seat in the Coalition Cabinet in May, 1915.
MUNICIPAL MATTERS. SCHEMES OF WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 8 March 1918
MUNICIPAL MATTERS. SCHEMES OF WORKS. I At. the meeting- of the Town Council [on Monday night the schemes of works ifor the year 1918 were considered. , NORTH WARD. In moving the" adoption of the scheme for North Ward, Gr. Palmer said there were very few additions to what was left over from last year, with the exception of the top-dressing of footpaths. Gr. Geddes seconded. Cr. Warren sought to move an amendment regarding the David street item of £370, but the Mayor said he would have to give notice of motion. Gr. Warren: Then I challenge your ruling. It does not require a notice of motion to rescind a motion of a pre vious Counlil. ! Commenting on the scheme, Cr War ren said it was wildly extravagant. The item for £870 was unwarrantable, and ' also those for £30 and £137. Cr. Palmer said he was not prepar ed to amend the scheme. There was nothing extravagant about it. All. the works in it were necessary, and he wished the scheme to stand. Gr. Warren: I ask the councillors for North ...