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SHIPS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

SHIPS IN PORT. The following- vessels were in port ,last night: v Devon City, s.s., Captain W. H. Bud den (Geo. Wills and Co. and Elder, Smith, and Co.). Hesharn, s. collier (Howard Smith), i discharging coal and coke,, Marthara, s.s. (Geo..WiUs and Co.), ~ loading wheat. i Dailwen, s;s: (Geo. Wills and Co.), I loading wheat. l Iiwen, s.s. (Capt. Ellis). ■ • - I War Music, s.s., Capt. Beadie (E1-. I der, Smith and Co.), loading ore. ■ : At the-Anchorage. i Thomas P. Emjgh, barquentine, from Puget Soun'd with.limber (agent, v Chas. Geddes & Co.) Departure. Tlie s.p. Galonne sailed at 5.30 a.m. yesterday, with 2000 tons lead for the UnitedN"Kmgdom, via Newcastle. — . The" s.s. Chalister sailed at 3 p.m., -yesterday, with lead concentrates and silver bullion for Melbourne. - - Notes. The s. Hexham is discharging 3318 tons coal and 338 tons cote at the . BJI.A.S. wharf.; The s.s. llwen, at the Baltic \vharf, is .■ loading about 6000 tons wheat. The s.s; Dailwen will leave the. B...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

- Arrivals. Period, s. collier, from Newcastle about 4000 tons coal for Broken Hili discharging at Barrier "vvharf. Departures.' Calonne. ^ s.s. for United Kingdom "wn In'twcastle- (N.S.W.). Glialisler, s.s, for Melbourne.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

High tidiis-i-This.day, at 7.9 a.m. and

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Barrier Woos Pirie [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

Under the heading "Adding to bu sman Happiness," the "Barrier Miner" says:— It is announced that arrangements have been made for the members of the Barrier Boys' Brigade to visit Port Pirie at Easter. They will-be accom modated' at Weeroona • (Point Lowly), the new health- resort ■ which has been created .within the last three months on the opposite side of the. gulf to the town of Port Pirie. The carrying out of the plan will, of course, dependup on the influenza epidemic and-the regu lations framed in connection there with: If the excursion can be made it should not only prove beneficial to the bovs themselves, but, be the forerun ner of a closer social connection be tween Broken Hill arid its principal seaport. Citizeas of this city and those of Port Pirie are allied communities: They are largely inter-dependent, and there is every reason why they should know and understand each other bet ter than they do. - " Weeroona is the name given to a little town established by the Broken....

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

ssesBesassre 15 1J""| II I Ruthless Reduetion^iirallBttfcks Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking' Stock. ; - SEE: OUR BARGAINS ihr Stylish- BAGS/ PURSES," Etc: BUY TO DAY whilst .BI'G- SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. :. Not<s th^se Wondrous . .. .. 2/6 .. 4/6 w vV v. i2/6 LE'ATHER BAGS, Superbly'Finished; frojp .. . E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .. .. .. .. CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from" v.; x^: . [■- Stroll thorueh and see Ihe profusion of ^iONEY-SAVlNG Opportunities f importer, Diamond Merchant, Manufacturing Jeweller and Optician,

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CRYSTAL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

CRYSTAL BROOK. Cain, organising representa tive of the Y.M.C.A., met the local auxiliary committee in the Institute on Monday evening'. He urged the nec essity for a further appeal for the continuance of-the work abroad. lie pointed out that the Avar work was distinctly separate from the ordinary work of the association, and any sur plus after the war was over and the boys home, would be taken over by the Repatriation department. The committee decided to organise a local effort for the month of May— the period set apart by the Repatriation^ department for the State appeal. - Mr. L. G. Story, of Crystal Brook, had a nasty accident a few days ago. He was ploughing with a. team when the animals took fright and bolted. While he .'was attempting to stop them one of the reins broke and he lost balance and fell ..off the seat. One wheel went over portion of his right side and shoulder, severely bruising, him, and breaking a small bone in the shoulder. -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAMESTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

JAMESTOWN. Two ladies, of Jamestown arc at present SyorkiB'jr on behalf of Minda, anil doing it in "n happy ns. well as n remunerative may. At a. meeting of l!if Ht.nl Cross circle held recently. it was decidcd liiaf. instead of, having a .special function, each lady should malic hor own "(lay at home" a Minda parly, with the request that all "call-" crs" srould leave a silver' coin, in slead <il' a "card" behind them. The result »n» to the present, has heed very encouraging- amisuccessful.;: The lirst.-Minda "al. home" was -given by Mrs. Doucaiil. at Penn Coitagre, when a larr.c number of people attended. The Mayoress (Mrs; R. E; Humphris)^ followed with a, Minda afternoon for ladies only, when her .■beautiful home was thronged by the fair sex, and a good response was made lojthe funds. On Tuesday night the Mayor's house was again the scene of a large gather ing, when Mrs. Humphris ^loaned the house and grounds to Tvirs. S. B. Castine, whose turn it was to have the- "at ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW VERSION OF TWO-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

NEW VERSION OF TWO-UP. Two men, W. .T. Brooks and Roy Stephens. wore sentenced at Broken Hilfon Monday to terms' of imprison ment for having, y>iayed; an unlawful same, Unown as "Troys," a new ver sion of two-up. Brooks was sentenced lo 11 imprisonment and Ste phens to a'-'month's, but both sen tences were suspended 011 13i<» accused entering into sureties for good be-" lmvior.

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BARRIER MUSICIANS STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

BARRIER MLC101 \NS STRIKE. - The musicians'; strike at Broken Hill j has- been' so ( tied. The s trikers go i back to; \york for a minimum, wage of £5/JO/ per week for six performances ' and one rehearsal, and 16 half- -hour; matinees, to be paid - for ol 10/ each, the agreement to be for six months. The principle of one m=in one .job was adopted.

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BEER BOYCOTT AT DARWIN, [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

BEER BOYCOTT AT DARWIN, Tor eight; or nine .-weeks the male; inhabitants of Darwin have been carry ins- on a boycott against the State-own ed hotels as a protest against the high prices charged for drinks. The boy cott is still on. Dissatisfaction at the price list has been rife for seme time past. Darwin is cursedWith a thirsty: climate, and the price of bottled beer there is 1/D per bottle. Recent riots at Darwin, it has been suggested, had some connection with the high.liquor prices, but other authorities affirm that the strike has resulted in a splen did moral uplifting of the people. Be that as it may, the Minister of Home and Territories has been en gaged for several weeks on his fav orite occupation, namely, collecting all the facts. In this case the facts were those bearing upon the increased prices of liquor supplied to the Territory. "Hasten slowly," is Mr. Glynn's motto. He has not yet comc jo any decision oh the matter. In the meanwhile, the State-owned hotels—and,-there...

Publication Title: Recorder
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PURSUED BY MISFORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

prns:/kr> by .misfohtu^k. Changed in. the Crhninal'Court i;i_ ^Melbourne on Monday 'with ffie ffmft of a i-oaV anil vest at St.. Kilda Baths, Thomas Gollitf pleaded not-faulty. The ca?e had novel features.Accordingto CoHiit's statement', his life had been brrofnl <:>f misfortune and ill tuck. At 3 yeas? of age'ho was scalded very ppvercly, being: nearly KiMed: at 6 he was !;nO''kf! down by a hor^e and I<ury, the wheel's passing- over his face; at f i be was pnisoued wilh.inswlibaiv?.-' IHii* uncoiss"i'Q«s for sonse lime"; at 1? he ran a. slick 5in. into hiv stom ach. nnri in (he. s'ariie year he was thrown. f!'i>ra a horse oo his lieatl.. When'.ho was 21 he w;ac- laid up for seven week? with" rheuniatie influenza • H!id • pleurisy. In addition he had been nearly drowned three times. The .jury relmnod a verdieL of not guilty and Coliiltwas discharged.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

HEROES OF THE WAR. SAMPSON.—In loving1 memory of Harry Percy, killed in action at Armen tiercs, on February 27, 1917. —rlnserled by his sorrowing parents, sisters and-brother. THANKS. : Mr and Mrs S. T. BRINE and' •FRIEND desire to THANK all tliose who assisted to rescue them oil Tues day night on the occasion of their boating accident, and also those who gave welcome assistance afterwards." • 5. T. BRINE. - Solomonto'jvn. - • ' . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

EURO - HO US E . and Garden (land. 130f1-. fronting Balmoral road by depth of 400ft.). PRICE: 875. The. Garden is splendidly reticula ted and contains orange trees, etc., in full bearing. . - - ■ There- are eight, rooms, bathroom"' (hot and cold water), cellar, wash house, stable: with loft, buggy shed, ind harness rooms; r Apply ^ . . - A. SOUTH.

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BUDD TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

. BUDD TRIAL. . - - ■; Sittings of the Circuit Court will I be held at Gladstone commencing on March 25. The cases include the trial of Percivrll William Budd on a charge of having murdered Harold Jacques at Port Pirie.. The sittings will be before the : Chief Justice, Sii\ George Murray.

Publication Title: Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1319. WHEAT AND ITS DISPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

Published Daily. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1319. WHE.fVT AND ITS DISPOSAL. . Though - the administration of {he! big wheat -pooling scheme, in some of j its details iias an odor suggestive of waste and lack of forethought, and! the ' intrusion of personal influence, the scheme has worked out substantially to the advantage-of both''the produc ers and the country. The initiation of the scheme! is one of the things for which Australia owes a debt of grati tude to its politicians. The identity of (he man who first proposed the pool ing of the harvests has been a matter of dispute, but in the early stages the ! two men; most instrumehtar in devel [ oping and advocating. the adoption of the idea were Mr W. L. Baillieu (who! [ is-identified in other ways with Port • jPirie) and Mr P. Hagelthorn, .who at the time were: members of the Govern ment then in power: in Victoria. At the outset the scheme was regarded with suspicion. To some extent it was an experiment/1 Farmers, natur ally enough, ar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

IN MEMORIAM. JOHNSON. —In sad and loving memory of Myrle, dearly beloved daugher of G. B. and E. Johnson, who departed   this life February 27, 1914. We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another year, And in lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are ever dear. —Inserted hy her sorrowing parents and brother, "Elvin," David street, Port Pirie.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of Mr Alfred H. Hicks are respectfully informed that the remains of his late son, Frank, will be removed from his residence, Main road, Solomontown, near Railway Hotel, at 11 a.m., this day,   (Thursday) for interment in the Port Plrie Cemetery. SYMONDS BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers, Alexander Street and Solomontown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

PREST BROS. BIG SPECIAL SHOWING OF CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND ROMPERS The Prices, we feel sure, will Interest; You "'* There "are occasions when Mother cannoi afford the time to mate the Children's Garments. We eon help you in-this -matter. In our Big Showroom' we are displaying a Beautiful Range of CHILDREN'S GARMENTS, in all sizes. "Yuii cannot make the Dresses for the money. . - We quote. a few SMART CUT DRESSES for CHILDREN 1/11, .2/11,'3/C, 4/G'to 7/&.' f SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS. OUR BIG CLEARANCE SUflMER STILL CONTINUES. WE GIVE COUPONS ON ALL SAID LINES. FROM. THE MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT WEQUQTE: ' \ V - 3G-INCII WHITE CALICO at- S/ll DOZEN. COLORED TOWEL.3 at ldM^'BAClI* large size. FROM OUR DRESS DEPARTjj^NT WE QUOTE: , DOUBLE WIDT1KYOILE at 1/3 X\RD. BLOCK STRIPES. FROM OUR HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT WE QUOTE: BUNDLE. TAPE Good Assortment, 1 4id. BUNDLE. RANGE of DRESS BUTTONS at-2d. DOZEN. LIii@!eyrnS: Lmofeums, We have just opened a Big Shipment of QUALITY -LINOLEUMS. T e...

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AUSTRALIAN WARSHIPS RETURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

AUSTRALIAN WARSHIPS RE TURNING. ; The Australian light cruiser Mel bourne. accompanied by six -destroy ers, will shortly * leave England for Australia. The Acting Prime Minis ter (Mr. Poyuton) states that the flo tilla is expected to reach Brisbane on May 1, and Sydney four days later. The destroyers are the Parrainatta, Swan, Warreso, Torrens, Huon, and Yarra. Since Ihe departure of II.M.A.S. Mel bourne..shortly. after the outbreak of war, she has cruised in many waters. She was one of the vessels which as sisted in convoying the Jirst Australian contingents from" these shores, and af terwards visited the West Indies on patrol duty. She .joined the- Grand Fleet in 1910, and has since performed valuable work in the North Sea and elsewhere. No information has yet reached the Minister concerning the probable dale of departure from Great I.ritain of li.M.A.S. Australia and II.M.A.S. Sydney: neither is it knovfn when the six destroyers and the six submarines which have been presented to...

Publication Title: Recorder
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THREE SONS AT ONE BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

THREE SONS AT ONE BIRTH. Interest wis recently aroused by J the announcement that a woman at ; the McBride Home had given birth to ; lour sons, and that phenomenon has j been followed by a mother giving birth j to triplets. This occurred at Gunyah, North Unley, last-week, and the moth er and her three little sons are all well. A search of the statistics for j South' Australia indicates that the average for the birth of triplets is about two a year. In 191'G and 1918 , there were no cases of trplets reeord | ed in this State, but there were four l instances in 1917, and oiie in 1915. i - ■ ! '

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