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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
damage from the heavy rains, still get some big bargains mainder of our 316 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-, tcriiil in a dark grey, suitable for Boys' Suits or Ladies' Skirts. Must be sold, i/ij yard. It will pay you to get a dozen before it all goes. In the SHOWROOM we' still have a number of Costumes that are being sacrificed for remainder of -Sale. Smart and effective styles, good ma terial and Low Prices. Ladies' Bloomers, a good line. Clearing Price, 2/11. vwwwywvwvwwww Ladies' Underskirts. Must go, 3/11 each. • White and Colored Blouses at 2/11 each. These are a marvel of cheap ness, and should have a ready sale. " Crepe Kimonas, very smart and] easily first in price, 6/11 each. Dainty Organdie and Georgette Col lars. Just the right .finish to a nice frock. They are sweetly pretty, and our Bargain Price is 1/3 each. Our Sale is drawing to its" close, so get ...
Artic Exploration FLOATING ON ICE PACK. (Reuter's Service.) SEATLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
FLOATING CPJ ICE PACK. (Reuler's Service.} • SEATLE. -Wednesday. S torkcy S torker'son, lieutenant of th e Vilfrjalniar Stenfssoii" Canadian Artie explorers, began a unique venture by Jlqatihg westward from the . Pa cific coast abroad an ice pack, starting: about 1T»0 miles north westward of . lierschell . Island. Storkerson expected to , leave his iee pack when it reached the. New Hib erian Islands. He and his party were then to come ashore and make their way back to Alaska. Lieut. Storkerson reached Fort Yukon on November 7. '
Taft on the Warpath DENOUNCES AMERICAN ALOOFNESS. (Reuter's Service.) ST. LOUIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
Taft on tbe DENOUNCES AMERICAN ALOOF NESS. (Renter's Service.) ST. LOUIS. Wednesday. • Mr. W. H. Taff, ex-President of the L ni ic3, States, - challenges the: opppa^ cnts of the League M Nations to a' de ■j>ale on the subject. ■ • - - He predicts that the United States ■will be drawn into another world war if a covenant of permanent peace is rejected. _ He denounced Senators Reed and Borah as reactionaries,; and declared they were utterly blinded, and he branded' tlieir arguments in .regaids to entangling- alliances as silly. , He emphasised that the purpose of the League was to maintain the Monroe doctrine.
CLERGY AT VARIANCE. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
CLERGY AT VARIANCE. ADELAIDE, ..Thursday A controversy between tut: Bishop (i 1' Adelaide (Righ t. Rev. Dr. Thomas ,i ; arid_;the rec tor of St Georges, GoodwOod (Gnao'n Wise) lias excited widespread attention. , In r .spoils'-- Jo -an imitalion iK-uf.i b v the Rev; F. Slaney-Poole, about 35 cleigj men assembled to-day to discuss ■ Hie matter. . The; "'gathering' lasted for on hour and at the close the chairman announe ■ ed the following resolution had been carried:—"We as priests of Church of England in diocese of Adelaide, thank .the Bishop for taking action regarding ■ St. Georges. Goodwood."
STYLES COMMISSION. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
STYLES 'COMMISSION. ADELAIDE, Tlmrsdny. Members of the Styles Royal Com-, mission met to-day and tended to visit on Friday the site at Yatata. which was proposed for a mental hos pital. Evidence wit! be called next week, and it. is under:-;food that the first witness wit!--—be Mr. A, . \W Styles, who was Chief Secretary dur ing the period of t'le negotiations for the land which'is the'.subject of tt.e enquiry.
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL. The Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan) lias convened a public meeting ol' citizens to be iield oil Tuesday night, to con sider the question of the most suit able, form of memorial to perpetuate the. memory' of the men of Port I'irie who served ^.at lite front. The Mayor, has ascertained that there "arc many widely divergent views on the subject, lie suggests that'eitizens in terested in the mailer should com municate their views to him In writ ing beforehand, in order that all sug gestions might be tabulated.
Motor's Tail Lamp WAS IT ALIGHT? HARD-FOUGHT COURT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
Motors Tail Lamp W.AS IT ALIGHT? HARD-FOUGKT« COURT CASE In .fins Police Court yesterday before Mr J. E. Miilhouse and Gap tain G. E. Creswell, J's.P.; Albert E. Moyle, clerk.- was charged with not- having a number light displayed on the night of February 21. Sergeant Bond prosecu ted. The defendant, for whom Mr J. W; Regan appeared, 'pleaded not guilty. Constable V. V. Kennedy stated that about 10 o'clock on Friday night last he was standing at the Institute cor ner and saw defendant's car being driven along Ellen s^eet, into Alexan der street. There was no light in the lamp attached to the rear of the car. Nonstable F. W. Ferguson said 'he .was standing with Constable Kennedy at the time the car (driven by defen dant) passed into Alexander street. There was no tail light. He drew Con stable; Kennedy's attention t«:the fact. To Mr Regan: Witness saw the car ■first in front of Skewes'. It was then facing south and the driver turned it round in front of the Barrier Hotel to face nort...
"THOSE TERRIBLE ANZACS." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
"THOSE TERRIBLE ANZACS. "Those terrible Anzaes who always ask for sugar in their tea," was an old lady's description of the fre quenters of the Australian Y.IM.G.A.'s tea kiosk in liydc Parlt, London. Wed nesday and 'Thursday;, afternoon con certs are given at the kiosk, which was visited in one month' recently by over 0,000 men. .
Wheat Scandals PROBING IMPORTANT EVIDENCE. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
Wheat Scandal PROBING IMPORTANT EVIDENCE. ; _ ^ ; ADEUAIDB, Thursday.; rue investigations by the; Royal Commission on wheat and rural indus tries was proceeded with at Parlia ment House to-day. ~ Mr NicholLs, further cross-examined by Mr Poole, said the direct telephone line, which did not go through the Wheat Scheme's office exchange, .was: put in between the scheme's i>uilding a'nd thy Treasury shortly after . Sir diehard Butler took over control. Mr Poole: You say Sir Richard But ler refused to. authorise the prepara tion of depots recommended by you in April last? Witness: What I meant was that he did-not do it. A more direct refusal was in July. How long was that after O'Lough lin had been handed a memorandum from Sir Richard Butler?—Within an hour and three months late. When did you begin" keeping the diary ?_lAboul: 12 months ago. Wh.it did Mr Vardon say when you first knew lie was keeping a diary?— ft was in relation to something which had "occurred, and lie said, "I thin...
O.B.U. DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
O.B.y. DISCUSSION. ' The O.B.U. scheme is still under consideration by Port Pine unionists. The . report submitted to the Trades and Labor Council was discussed at some length, and for. the guidance of the members it was remitted to the ..separate unions. When they have in dividually gone into the matter, the proposal will come again before the Trades and Labor Council. ' A meeting-of the A.W.U. has been convened for Sunday night, in the A.-W.A-' Hal], for the purpose rof-alis-. cussing the O.B.U. ^proposition.
TELEPHONE EXTENSIONS HAMPERED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
TELEPHONE EXTENSIONS HAM PERED. The shortage of cubic, which has to be obtained from abroad, is preventing .many would-be telephone subscribers from obtaining the installation of in struments. The shortage is particiilar ly serious in New South AVales. The Postal Department is endeavoring to obtain stocks of Jeabie from , obroad, and is placing orders for the future, but owing to the .quantity of such ma ferial iiejjuired in connection with the restoration : of the devastated Avar areas, the demand is tremendous, and stocks are hard to obtain. Automa tic : t eleph one servi c es a m being installed in various parts of the Commonwealth, where new switch-' hoards are .necessary, and it is likely thai the automatic system will be ex tended as fast as "circumstances will allow. - . Such of the cab!e news on this page as is so headed appeared in The Times, and is cabled to MThe Recorder" by special permission. It should be'under stood that the opinions given are not those, of The Times u...
TUG BOAT EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
• TUO-BUAT. EMPLOYES. - Considerable dissatisfaction is being expressed iir union circles in "Port Pirie at tin: continued delay in fixing ■wages and conditions of men employed on tugs and barges. it is. unfortunate' that the work of the Arbitration Court shou'.d have be come so congested. The illness of Dr. Jelhro Brown has eaused an unusual" volume of work to fall on thu'should ers, of Mr. Webb, and hence'-the una voidable delay, d
Peace Conference DEFINING EUROPEAN BORDERS. (Reuter's Service.) WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
Peace Confereo DEFiftCHG EUROPEAN BORDERS. (Reuter's Service,) WASHINGTON, Wednesday. President Wilson told the Foreign -Relations Comrpittee of Congress that unless the - United States entered the League' of Naions .the league would fail and chaos and turmoil beyond de scription would result in Europe. LONDON, Wednesday;. The Press Bureau :state*' that a communique from Paris, stated that representatives.; of the Great Powers discussed the question of allotting to commissions the consideration of fron tier- questions affecting enemy States, and laid down the conditions under which the Belgian claims will be con sidered. ' . . X The Conference has adopted the Supreme War Council's .conclusions regarding the establishment of an in termediate - zone in Transylvania,, be tween the Rumanian and the Hungar ian troops. The Armenian claims . have been heard by the Conference.:
FIGHT AT THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919
FIGHT AT THE THEATRE. The-"Wages' of Sin" company which, is lo appear at the Town llali to-nior imw night, will arrive in Pirie this afternoon. A special feature of the perform ance w!H bo a i!&lt;jht in which Allan Williams, of Port Pirie, will take part i;i a three round . eov.test with "The Fighting' Parson."