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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
a Back to 'SchdoL' Hqaln!' The Little Ones are Waiting for New Boots. GET THEM AT » - .High^Slsclsaii ;atL@WvPrices. . Cheapest m -PIrie for AH Classes ©f Footwear. See Our Windows Hero's something- Special for this week only. A REAL FASRfC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 . for. 16/9. TlilS "-.VEEK ONLY. - o Il'ITE. THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDERR STREET. 'Phone 101. Two Big Specials for THIS IJaiiity Voiles D. ess Length* v Very /PretxyPattern?, 5s lid and 6s lid the dfes>length We ask Yeu to inspect These Special Lires PR EST BROS - THEWUL'AK HOUSE. 3S&lt;sff% 3s$ * * i£& intiKtaai. I¥Iy Dental Surgeries will be CLOSED during CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS from Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice Resumed on Thursday, January 4,-when wilt be made available to my Patients my Rew Surgeries and Apartments with finished Appointments and Complete Dental Accessories. Herbert, Q, Afford, Qualified' Surgeon Dentist 'Phone 228. IT. FLETT & SON, makers* *tewel§...
CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
CAUTION. Persons when travelling snouia i exercise care in the use of drinking j water. As a safeguard it is urgent that every traveller should secure a bottle of Chamberlain's .Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy before leaving home, to be carried in the hand luggage. This may prevent distressing sickness and unnecessary delay.
TROUBLE WITH HORSEDRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
TROUBLE WITH 'HORSEDRIVER | Trouble has arisen in connection 'with" the horsedriyers who were en gaged in work on the wharf in connec tion with the coal elevators. It.will be remembered that a few days ago a dis pute arose between men engaged on the boat for discharge and the Com monwealth Shipping Board. Tlie former asked-that, extra hatchmen be employ ed. The Shipping Board refused, and as a result the men would not work on the ship. The outcome was that Captain J. K. Davis (local manager of the Shipping Board), with the approval of the Seamen's Union, engaged the crew of the boat to do the work. Mallybns Ltd., who do the w;ork of hauling by horsepower the trucks from under the. bins, cannot now ob tain men for this work. It is under stood. however, that horses have been provided by this firm, and that other men are driving them.
BOXING TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
BOXING TO-DAY. j A boxing contest of unusual interest [will be held ft)is morning, when Allen Williams and Joe Faleo will take the ring at the Coo-ee Pavilion, Ellen street. There will also be preliminaries between Leo. Oroome and Les Yonn and Bill Hutchinson' and Alf. Barrett, iA start will be made at 10.30 a.m.
Stale Politics DIFFICULTY ABOUT MR. STYLES. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
Stale Politics D1FF5CULTY ABOUT IVIR. STYLES. ADELAIDE, Sunday. There were 110 fresh developments in the political situation on Saturday. The. Premier ami Mr. Blundeil were out of town. The Nationalists held a Ion? meeting on Saturday night, when the position of Mr. Styles was discus sed, but no information of the proceed ings was given to the press". It is known that the attitude of the Na tionalists towards the ex-Minister was discussed, and that there was a division of opinion whether he should be supported in his candidature for Central District No. 2. Mr. Styles has stated in the press that he offered to resign unreservedly from Ihe National Pariy. but, that members thought lie should remain. Major Smeafon, however, does not hold this view. ITe said: "If I am any judge of the situation. I wonid say that un less he can see his way in retire at this juncture Ihe whole of Ihe negotia tions of the past twelve months will be futile, and South Australia will be confronted with a bitt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
A BIG HOLIDAY PROGRAM. CASINO - To-night - CAS1 MO ,aHCE JOYCE--THE .AMERICAN. FILM STAR- in A REMARKABLE AivQ SENSATIONAL PROBLEM PLAY, 5,000 Ft. m POWERFUL DRAMA, 5,000 Ft. ' Fatal SERIES- No. 8- "THE SWITCH IN THE SAFE." A THRILLING 2,500 FRET EPISODE-- 2,500 FEET. Series No. 8-"THE SWITCH IN THE SAFE." A Thrilling 2,500-ft. Episode. P THE LADY DETECTIVE. THE U.S.A. WAR TOPICAL. A Laughable i.OOO-.ft. Cub Comedy. America's Magnificent Pictorial. THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. f To-Night : : Casino : : To-Slight Optical- -^Notice, Qualify, Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at ELLEN STREET. : We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.3., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician HALL'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE ALEXANDER STREET (NEXT POET PIRIE FURNISHING CO.)-, Have Juat Unpacked a Large Shipment o! MUSIC, GRAMOPHONES, RECORDS, VIOLINS, AND MANDOLINES. Call in and inspect the large assortmen...
PORT PIRIE RIFLE CLUB. SATURDAY'S SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
PORT PIRJE RIFLE CLUB. SATURDAY'S SHOOTING. The last stage of the competition was fired on Wednesday and Saturday last at the 800 and COO yard ran.-es. The conditions were two sighters unci eight shots, and the handicap limit was 74. For the highest score off the rille for the four competitions .1. R. Tlogben, with a score of 258, was the hiirhest for the Saturday afternoon competitors, while W. C. Slater ' an nexed the honour with 221 fo r the Wednesday competitions. The fol Jowing are the scores for the last shoot: SATURDAY COMPETITORS. Yards-800 000 Hp. Tl. J. R. Hog-ben 35 35 7 77 AY. 13. Burden . . .. 2-5 3-i 5 63 A. Maschke .... 20 20 r.i I. ,T. Speers .. . 20 25 10 55 W. C. Ansbnry .. 25 1C> 8 49 .T. Gill 23 12 12 17 G. E Thoman .... 14 10 3 40 A. !?:. .To.Tse .. .. 25 12 > it J. AIcNamara .... 23 0 10 33 H. Wenzell .... 12 12 .5 20 .T.Burt .. .. .. 17 0 8 25 AY. B. Ansbury . . 5 0 8 13 ?WEDNESDAY COMPETITORS AAr. C. Slater .... 33 2G * '",7 E. AAr. Pettman .. 32 20 15 ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
IN MEMORfAJVI. HANSEN.-In loving- remembrance of our dear wife and mother. .Martha Hansen, who died January 28iii, 1!)J3. When days are dark and friends arc few, Dearest mother, how7 I Ion? for you. Your loving- smile, your welcome face, There is none can fill my mother's, place. -Inserted by her loving: husband, daughter. and soii-in-l.nv. May and George Seyfang, and son .Mm on active service.
SPORTING. SANDOWN PARK RACES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
SPORTING. AND OWN PARK RAGES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. Races at Sand own Park yesterday resulted as follow:: SAND OWN PARK HURDLES. SAD LAD (Amson) .. .. .. .. .. ' AtTIniiis (Boyd) ...... . ; . . 2 Mountain God (Gough) .. .. .. 3 Won bv a length.- Betting-9 to -i the winner. WELTER PLATE. POLYBIUS f Foulsliarn) 1 Bobador (Riley) 2 Dhuldhul (Walker) ........ 3 Won by a length. Betting--3 to 1 the winner. SANDOWX PARK HANDICAP. LADY NARCISSA (Eaton)' . . . .; 1. Sauci (Howie) 2 Telecles (Franklin) .. .'. .. .. 3 Won by half a head. Betting-9 to 4 the winner. WELTER PURSE. BLUETOORIE (Boyd) i Sagelo (Herbert) . 2 Lapford (Bullock) 3 Won by half a head. Betting-50 to 1 the winner. OPEN HANDICAP. COSTELLO (Bullock) I Pinkerton 2 Royal Reserve (Burn) 3 Won by a neck. Betting-12 to 1 the winner. JUMPERS' FLAT. KATWY-K (Spark) x SHORT RAIN (Home) ...... x Gnarblue (Herbert) 1 x Dead heat for first. Betting-1 to I Katwyk. 8 to 1 Short Rain.
AUSTRALIAN HULKS. ARE THEY SEAWORTHY? WHAT SHIPBUILDERS SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
AUSTRALIAN HULKS. ARE THEY SEAWORTHY? WHAT SHIPBUILDERS SAY. The question whether any of the hulks in Australian waters can be re fitted and made seaworthy has been interesting shipping- for a long time (says the Sydney Sun). 1 Opinions differ as to what use can be made of them, and as to whether any undertaking- would be successful. Several men in the shipping- business put forward (he argument that no one can tell just what chance there is of refitting the hulks until such time as they have each been docked and examined. That seems reasonable. ! One shipbuilder who discussed the matter said it must not be forgotten that \vhen the owners decided to con vert tiie vessels to hulks, ships of that class were not of a high value, and probably were not worth'what the re pairs would cost. To-day, ? however, the position is changed, and enormous prices are being paid for anything that can float, and it is safe to say that a vessel which-was in the condition of lite Loch Katrine, for instan...
PROPOSED SWIMMING ASSOCIATION. FOR PORT PIRIE AND SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 28 January 1918
PROPOSED SWIMMING ASSOCIATION. , " 3 FOR PORT PIRIE AND SUBURBS, j Mr. James P. Seilars writes to The Recorder: There will he held a public meeting of all thosa Hi teres ted in swimming and , life-saving-at the Barrier Hotel on i Thursday night, when the Mayor of! Port Pirie (Mr. A. B. Forgan) will j occupy the chair. Having been in structed from headquarters of the the South Australian Amateur Swim ming Association and the South Aus tralian branch of the Royal Life^ saving- Society to form a branch 'at Port Pirie, with local clubs if neces sary, such as one at Solomontown, the Smelters, etc., and the State Schools, I am of the opinion that every person in this'town should en deavour to do their utmost to make j this a booming- success, as everybody, ,young or old, should be able to swim. Furthermore, they should be able to rescue those unfortunate persons who cannot swim and get into difficulties in the water. I think it should be a part of the education of children to learn to swi...