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WITHOUT A PASSPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
WITHOUT A PASSPORT. j G«orsre Hansen was charged afc t.hp. ll'olice Court yesterday morninrr -with liavinfflandetl at Port- Adelaide from Wasihinrfton, America, without a ncss .port, contrary to section 30 of "the War Precautions Regulations. He pleaded guilty, and' was fined £ 1 and 15/ costs, tin default 14 days' im prisonment.
THE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. A PROPOSED BUILDING REGULATION. ADELAIDE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
THE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. PROPOSED BUILDING REGULA TION. ADELAIDE. Friday. The following- motion was carried at a meeting of the Municipal Association held at Adelaide to-day: That the fol lowing" be included in the Building Act to apply to any district as it did for Adelaide: The Council 'may refuse to approve of' plans for any proposed building- which, in the opinion of the Council, would, by reason of its de sign, elevation or size, or the quality or nature of such proposed building, injuriously affect 'the value of property in the vicinity of the proposed build in;?. The following motion, proposed by the ML Gambler representatives, was lost: That, this Association urges upon the Government the advisability of amending- the Municipal Corporations Act 1890 to provide that before a sit ting member of the Council whose term of office does not expire at- any ap proaching- election can be nominated for any approaching election or can be nominated for any other vacancy in the same Cou...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
PERSONAL. Mrs. ,J. B. King, of iPirie "West. Jias received word from her son. Captain Hugi King, that lie lias recovered front »his wounds and -rejoined h'w Battalion in Frame earlv in: -Decem ber. His friends will be pleased to hear that Mr. Ernest A. Leahey. AS.A.S. M., has been, appointed as head of the 3Iechadical and Electrical Engineering Department of the Bendisro School of Mines. Mr. Lealiev previously tad charge of the Mechanical Engineering Department. The Clerk of the Court (Mr. G. E. Ores well) 'received word vesterdav thaii Mr. D. C. Scott. S.M., the nevr Iv-appointed magistrate at Poet iPirie, will arrive oil Mrs. Bockelberg, of Port iPirie. has received a cable tnat her husband. Lieutenant F. Bockelberer, M.ft., is on his way home. Lieut. Bockelberp- en listed and went into, camp on Septem ber 12, 1915, and left S.A. for Eng land the following- February. He re ceived the Military Medal in Auril of last year, a net was sent to a. tram ins- school at Cambridge, where ho...
FATHERS OF SAILORS AND SOLDIERS. MEETING OF PORT PIRIE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
FATHERS OF SAILORS AND SOLDIERS. o MEfeTLNG OF PORT I'UlIE ASSOC IATION. A meeting of the Port Pirie ? -;1 j District Fathers of Sailors ntid Sol diers' Association was heldl at tboj 'Institute ouTuesday nisrht last. Th&lt;; j President (Mr. Charles Edwards); ,oc-j cupicd the chair, and there -were also I present- : Messrs T. S. Smith. W- 1 Glenn, F. HaMball. J. Eamsay, J. j Fita^erald, J. C. Fitzgerald. T. Davev G, A. Desrenharht, H. Arnold. W. , Sweetland and J. liafterv. j 1 Mr. W. Glenn was appointed trms urer, and Messrs. F« Havball and f Secretary were nnpoin.'ted accouroa-nv infr signatories tor bank cheaues. It was resolved, to procure a suit able membership register. The following- executive was nTvoowi for the management of the affairs of the Association : The presiheht ("Mr. C. Edwards^ the vice presidents! (Mcs srs. C. A. Desrenhardt and T. Davevl. 'the treasurer (Mr. W.- Glenn) mid Mr. ?Fred Hayball (bank «icmatorv1. In reference tc.«. admitting: foster fathers ...
THE MARCH SHOW. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
THE MARCH SHOW. ? I ADELAIDE. Friday. I 'Although small in range, the March Show, which was revived to-day fur the first time since the war began, is most interesting and representative. Tiie attendance was not so large as on former occasions, and the oflicial lun cheon was dispensed with as a matter of economy. There was a line, if limit ed. exhibition of lleeces. There were capital displays of fruit, (lowers, vege lables and agricultural produce, and the exhibition or dairy produce in the. Main Hall attracted considerable at tention.
Australian Heroes THE 385th CASUALTY LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 9 March 1918
THE 385th CASUALTY LIST The 385th Australian Casually List was issued this morning. Following are the names mentioned ol' those who enlisted in South Australia: Killed in Action. -Pit;. W. i£. Trenordcn, Summer Ion. Pie. W. C. Reid, Kadiua. Pie. II. A. Murray, Snowlown. Pte. (J. 11. Morris, Second Valley. Ptc. J. J. O'Learv, Torrensville. Pc'. -M. A. Belts, Bordertown. PIP. A. C. Dobson, Kent Town.. Pie. L. A. Kelly, Gilberton. L.-Cpl. E. X Hutl'on, Parkside. Pie. A. W. Gallagher, Abex'deen. Pie. II. 11. Ilofabe, Quorn. Pie. A. A. Baldwin, urroroo. L.-Cpi. R. W. Burn, England. Pte. F. A. Mialke, Walkerville. Pie. J. '11. McLcllau, Hawthorn. Pie. II. .Masters, Gawler South. Pte. S. E. Love, Coonalpyn Pie. W. 11. l,e Brun, Louth Bay. L.-Cpl. L. W. Harvey, Murray Bridge Sorgt. I. Harris, Mile End. Pte. il. V. Horne, Starisbury. Pie. l>. L. Wright, Plymouth. Pte. A. Ward, Water Vale. Pte. C. Mahoney, Woodville. L.-Cpl. S. J. Wright, Adelaide. Pte. S. J. Wooldridge,, Stone llul. L.-Cp...
"God's Greatest Gift." A STARTLING PROBLEM PLAY. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918
| " God's Greatest Gift." A STARTLING PROBLEM PLAY. CASINO TO-nk;-HT. The mabniliccnt program ga/ettwl to be exhibited at Casino lo.-nighl promises to be one of the very - lineal ever shown; in Port Pine. As the star attraction the energetic management ?have secured the . Brady?-Worlh master piece entitled /'God's Greatest Gift," a remarkable . and powerful 1,009ft. problem play, featuring Miss Alice .Brady, the great emotional actress, 4n one ? of the most remarkable 5,000ft pictures ever unfolded on the screen. "God's Greatest Gift-Motherhood" ,Yet women turn away. Whalt o£ them? What of the women WHO . cheats her self and her husband of that wonder ful gift*' pre erring the hollow,.; empty life of a childless wife and -building for her later years a pyramid of soli tude and sorrow ? This plav sfliows her plight. There has seldom, if ever, been a purer and truer appeal to woman' and man's first instincts with such a diilicult theme, awkward situations have to be met. and over come...
THE LATE MR REDMOND, M.P. AN IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918
THE LATE MR REDMOND, M.P. I AX IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL. (Published iu The-. Times.; LONDON, Saturday. f. The crimes correspondent, in Dublin says (.hat (he late A/r? Redmond's fune ral at Wexford was a remarkable de monstration of respect and affection ate. regret. A hushed assemblage of 30,000 mourners. jneliuiins represen tatives of every port, and representa tives of the. British and Americaan na vies and armies, ntet.. the cottin on ar rival from London. The procession passed" through a silent and heavily draped city, in which' business was complete!? .suspended-. The holts of the' churches of all denominations were ? tolled. '-ier.^y from all parts of Ireland attended the requiem, at which SO priests formed a choir. i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918
- A BIG STAR SENSATION. CASINO - To-night - CASINO TIIE WORLD'S GREATEST PROBLEM PLAY. S ?t MOTHERHOOD. A REMARKABLE AND POWERFUL DRAMA. 6000 FEET OF FORCEFUL. ACTING. 6000 FEET. A WONDERFUL PICTURE WITH A TERRIFIC PUNCH. The Fatal Ring SERIES 14: THE PAINTED SAFE. A MOST SENSATIONAL EPISODE. VAMPING MILLIONS, THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. A Convulsing 2000 ft. L.K.O. Comedy. , To-Night : : Casino ; : To-Night B LI Q HT B roth e rs Licensed Land Brokers . - g (Under Rea! Properly Acl, 1886). jm 3? REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND PROPERTY SALESMEN. ? - 1 :o: SVloney t® Lend ESTATES MANAGED. RENTS COLLECTED. Homes for Sale on Small Deposits Choice Selection. /"" SURVEYS ARRANGED. ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS. SEVERAL TOWNSHIPS TO SELECT FROM. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, etc., prepared by Expert Con veyancer. XJ ' J OFFICE: ALEXANDER STREET. THOMAS & MILLHOUSE LEGALLY QUALIFJE DENTAL SURGEONS. P AlS IS. » VHBy our New Method and Anaesthetic. GOLD WORK A SPECIALITY. CROWN BRIDGES AND FILLIN...
Easy Ways to Acquire War Loan Stock or Bonds [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 11 March 1918
Loan Stock or Bonds The Australian Mutual Provident Socicly will buy tlic Stuck and issue a policy payable in from five to' nine years, or at previous death, in 5 per cent, stock. All you have to do is to pay the premiums'yearly or lialf-year iy under the policy. The society will also issue policies for longer terms or ?payable at death only, and advance you £95 in each £100 "to buy Treasury Bonds. "Such loans would be repayable or reducible at your convenience and 5 per cent, interest would be charged on the balance owing from time to time. The interest would be made to fall due on the same dates as the divi dends. Any excess, of the-dividend over the interest on loan would go to reduce, tiie amount owing.-Forms and particu lars may be obtained from the Aus tralian. Mutual Provident Society, 23 King William street, Adelaide; from the district offices at Mount Gambier, Glare, and Port Pirie: or from any of the Society's local agents throughout the State. , GAVIN LUCAS, Manager.