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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

WANTED, Ladies make Lace for us; home work, easily learned from di rections supplied. Earn 20/ week ly in spare time. Illustrated book let, with full details, 3d. postage. Torchon-'Go.,- 229 Collins street, Melbourne. r TO whoiw IT MAY CONCERN. As I have SOLD MY BUSI NESS, and shall toe leaving Port Pirie shortly, ALL ACCOUNTS DUE tQ . me MUST BE PAID WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. All Persons having CLAIMS AGAINST me are requested to SEND THEM IN promptly. A; E. SOUTH. Recorder Office, Port Pirie, January 23, 1919.- 1 : advertisement rates. "THE RECORDER," PORT PIRIE. The Scale of Charges for Casual Advertisements in "The Recorder" is as follows: Each Insertion . . .. .. 4/ per inch Each Insertion after third insertion, with out resetting . . . . 3/ per inch Each Insertion after eighth insertion with out resetting .. -• 2/6 per inch Wanted Column (if prepaid), 16 words for ............ 1/ Wanted Column (if prepaid), three con sceutivc insertions . . 2/6 Scatters (16 words each) . - .........

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY. Sale SALE Sale fry- : " 1,1 7~7T?73i Chas.' Moore /& C@B ; HAVE MUCH PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THEIR REPRESENTATIVE, Mr S. Yivian Elliott WILL BE SHOWING A COMPLETE RANGE OF ALU .SAMPLES REPRESENTING Adelaide's Keenest Sale Prices O.nly AT THE Supper Rodin, Port PIrie Institute* PORT PIRIE, FromF.EB'RUABY 1st until 9 p m Saturday, Eeb, 8,1919 LADIES WH.L BE INTERESTED TO KNOW THAT THE Ladies Departaeefs are ii charge of Miss icEliisler EVERYONE WELCOME TO INSPECT OUR SAMPLES. Don't miss this Splendid Opportunity of Securing Hew Season's Goods at Keenest Prices Chas noore & Co., VICTORIA SQUARE, — ———. ' ' . . NEW ADELAIDE. The Sale of the Season Starts THI3RSDAY January 23rd 1919 AT 9 O'CLOCK/ AT THE ; TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCKS AND THUS iLUvE ROOM. FOR NEW SEASON'S GOODS WE ARE MAKING SWEEPING REDU CTIONS IN M!anY LINES. BARGAINS IN THE DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. BARGAINS IN THE SHOWROOM. BARGAINS IN THE CLOTH ING and BOOT DEPARTMENTS. BARGAINS ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. Miss H. J. Rogers is conducting' a series of cooking demonstrations a\ tiie Port Pirie Town Hall to explain the correct method of using 'Anchor self-raising- flour and other goods packed under this brand. Au invita tion is extended to all housewives to see these demonstrations, which com mence daily at half-past two. After noon tea will be provided. There will be no charge for admission.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

This Afteraoas, 230 to 4.30 Town Hall Ladies lovited. Afternoon Tea. Admission;" Free. : W. F. WELLS k CO. The Old -Reliable. House for Clothing & Boots We are Still Selling-MEN'S TWEED SUITS from 35/, 37/0, 45/, -H»/»>, i 52/6 up to S5/. " MEN'S WtASHING SUITS, from 21/. 22/6. 25/. 27/0. up to 50/. MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, G/9, 7/6, S/6,. 8/11, ' 9/6, 10/6, li /C. 12/9, [up to 21/. MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS, C. & P.. from 3/C, 3/9, 3/1-1, 4/6, 4/11. 5/«. up lo 6/11. 1 MEN'S FASHION SHIRTS, from G/9, 7/C. 8/fi, - up - to- 11/0. {MEN'S STRONG WORKING SHIRTS, from 3/9, 3/11, 4/6. 4/11, 5/0, 5/1-1, | up to 8/11. |MEN'S UNDERPANTS, from 2/6,- 2/9, 2/11, 3/G, 3/11,■ 4/G, 4/U. up ; to 10/0. - MEN'S SOCKS, from 9d.. 1/, 1/3. 1/G. 1/11, 2/3. 1 MEN'S SOFT COLLARS, silk and cold, from 1/, 1/3, 1/0. OUR USUAL BIG ASSORTMENT. ' MEN'S PANAMAS, fronf 7/11, 8/11, 0/0. 12/9, up to 27/6. „ MEN'S BOATER STRAWS, from 4/li. 5/11, 6/6. up to 14/G. MEN'S FELT BATS, all the latest styles, froni 4/...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOUNDATION DAY IN LONDON. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

FOUNDATION DAY IN LONDON. (Renter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. The /Australian natives So-day lieJd a most successful ebrroboree in con nection Willi the anniversary clay cel ebrations. Sir -John Momisli was the chief guest, and the Connaughfc Rooms, in which the. function wis held, wen; packed-' with. representalives of all branches of the service. . Shells increase in destructiveness more than, in proportion to tlieirv inches. .A 12-inch shell is eight times more dangerous than u 6-inch one. A D.S.O. won by the late Major Leslie Woodward, R.F.A., was pinned upon Hie -breast of his two-yea r-oM son at Nottingham at the request of the gallant officer's .widow-..

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

A MAMMOTH MASTERPIECE. CASINO WINSTON CHURCHILL'S GREAT NOVEL, AS novel "THE crisis'' was the most forceful book of its -YEAH. AS i.V picture IT will go down, IN.. filmland'S- history a3 tiie greatest OF all photo plays. ."THE CRISIS vivid; THE CRISIS.' THE CRISIS." daring, interesting, <>000 feet of wonderful drama. «000- feet. great. the picture that everyone should SEE. ,<IN0 A BEAUTIFUL SUPPORTING PROGRAM. TO'Might Casino To-Night Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers,-and Property Agents, Have HOMES FOB SALS In Good Localities on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 7AA Daildmg Allstmests sear Smelters, and some tedy te Caffipanj's Baildings. Several townships to Select From. From J5f Deposit We Can Supply the Land Build You the House And Lend You the Money AH Boeumecis usasr Heal Proixeriy Act prepared l>y oar £xpsrt Goa veyaacers. . CONSULTATION AND ADVICE PRES. r" omoss AMEXMBOIR ITBBT. * ?' .7- f ' l ' •' Xmas Presents R. FLETT & SON...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Portuguese Upheaval (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

(Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. Ueuter's correspondent in Lisbon says" the Republican troops At noon on Saturday attacked the rebels \vitli bayonets, inflicting heavy losses and capturing' two batteries and talcing: nu merous prisoners. ■ A Republican aeroplane in the after noon flew over the city dropping pa triotic- leaflets .and exciting the enthu siasm of the populace. The ^President of the Republic mo tored through the streets and was ac claimed. . " _ / Incendiary- fires in the suburbs were quickly extinguished. Thii telegraph lines with Oporto, Braga, Yiana arid Yizen were interrup ted. v The Portuguese Royalists control Minho and Trasosmontes. . . ; Router's correspondent at Lisbon on Sunday says: "It is officially announ ced that although the Monarchists at Braganza, Lisbon and Vizen have been crushed, the military and civilians hi the Aviero district are seeldng to re vive quarrels among the Republicans. The Government, resigned in order not to weaken the Republican fo...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Labor Troubles (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

(Reuter's Service.) LONDON. Monday. i A meeting of tlie executive of the j Police Union last night recommended the men to apply for the inquiry which | the authorities had promised, into the dismissal of three Midlands Railway policemen. This decision eased ■ the situation, and a strike is now consider ed unlikely. " ~ The strike on the No It-Derbysliire . .ciolfield . has ended, the employers ] withdrawing the notices to the. nien disposed of to make room for return ed soldiers. ■ ; The Clycie strike situation is easier. I It is expected that many shipyards ' workers will come out on Monday for a. forty-hour week^ but the stop ; page will probably be on nothing like I the .scale anticipated by the prompt-, i ers, while the London headquarters I municipal employes associations re- , i fusal to pay strike pay is expected to | prevent the Glasgow municipal em I ployes from joining the strike. Employes of-the shipbuilding trades in the port of . London decided to strike to-day for an a...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"THE CRISIS." DISPLAY AT CASINO PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

"THE CRISIS. DISPLAY AT CASINO PICTURES. "What is described as a magnificent picturization of Winston Churchill's novel, "The Crisis," is to be unfolded on the screen to-night. at the popular Casino. The picture, in the lan guage of the show, is 9,000ft. in length. As a novel "The Crisis" was one of the most powreful stories of its time. As depicted it lias strong con trasts and tender touches. The story is too "well known ti need description: and if it has been forgotten a sight, of the picture would make a happy re vival. With it the evening's entertain ment will have an excellent support ing program of topical and comedy subjects.

Publication Title: Recorder
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WINNIPEG'S CONTEMPT FOR BOLSHEVIKS. (Reuter's Service.) WINNIPEG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

WINNIPEG'S CONTEMPT FOR BOLSHEVIKS. (Reuter's Service.) WINNIPEG, Monday. Soldiers have made bonfires of red flag's and Bolshevistic- literature. They raided the SSfeiallst^J^eadjjuartereVauid^ wrecked five iVuUcliriirs. *'

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMELTERS TROUBLE PASSES MEN RESPECT THE AGREEMENT. ONLY TWO ON STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

MEN RESPECT THEAGREEMENT*.' ONLY TWO ON STRIKE. Employes at the B.H.A.S. Smelters yesterday vindicated their honor and saved-sane Unionism and the country from a disaster of unknown propor tions. The majority of them without hesitation ignored the resolution of the A.W.U. declaring that .its members would not work alongside non-union isls. They preferred to stand by the policy ol" arbitration, and . to observe the agreement under whicii the A.W.U. undertook to work until June 30 next. Under the program prepared by the A.W.U. branch members of the union were expected to go to work as usual at 8 o'clock yesterday. morning, but if, on reaching their departments, they found that non-unionists were to work alongside them, they were to re fuse to start. Action was to be self contained in each department. The union did not intend to force a gen eral fight. In fact, it had no. quarrel with the B.H.A.S. Coy. or the general manager. In three of the six departments there were a few men who at ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OPIUM STOCKS BURNT. (Reuter's Service) SHANGHAI, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

OPIUM STOCKS BURNT. (Router's Service } SHANGHAI. Mondi Hauler's.'Correspondent'-at Shanghai says lliat, the Government has burnt hail" the opium stocks purchased last year. The balance will Be destroyed immediately. The stock is valued at twenty-five million dollars. The Peace Conference between North China and South China begins here in February.

Publication Title: Recorder
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A Trio of Seamen SUCCUMB TO SHORE TEMPTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

SUCCUMB TO SHORE TEMPTATIONS - "Guilty, my Lord," answered Peter ■Russell, in the Police Court yesterday, in reply to the usual question by the assistant clerk as to how he. would plead. The title \ya& bestowed in good faith. Constable J. )). Stewart stated defendant was drunk in Alex ander street on Saturday afternoon, and it'was his second offence. He was fined £2: in default, seven days' im prisonment.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

Good Teeth JFHE DENTISTRY ESTABLISHED 1895 THOMAS fillLHOUSE, | Registered Dentists. I Crown,. Brldgo and Pivot. ToothworJt. | When Plates are necessary, WE i claim that no Plate-work excels ours. Long Experience and Extensive Prac- j iioe have fltted us to direct the work as few men can. The right men in 1 Dentistry are Specialists—different ex perts for the different branches. WE have them. -WE oan make Artificial Teeth that will round out the cbeeks and add youth and tone to the countenance. Repairs to Plates in a few hours. CONSULTATION FREE. Open 9 to 6. Two Surgeries—No Waiting. Direct Representative, You will find TAYLOR'S to be the CHEAPEST PLAGE in PIRIE for TOYS This is not bluff, but a Genuine Clearing Out of Toys at T- R. TAYLOR : NEWS AGENCY, • \ - , Sllsa gtreas, Port Pirla. CONSTIPATION poiaona the ayatena.' Nujol, the internal lubri* cant, relieves without griping or forming b habit. STANDARD OIL CO.! (NewJer»ey) - F«s aala iy All Chemists

Publication Title: Recorder
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ANOTHER DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

ANOTHER DRUNK. John Hennessy, another sailor. Was charged by Constable R. Henwood with being drunlc on Queen's wharf about 6.30 p.m. " on Saturday. The defendant seemed relieved to hear the court's decision, "fine *20/, or 72 iiours' imprisonment." Probably after his mate's experience he did not know what further charge might be pro jected against him "from the book." The lines were all paid. The German rifle was the heaviest in use among the belligerent armies in the Great War.

Publication Title: Recorder
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THE SURPRISE PACKET. A DOUBLE-HEADED CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

THE SURPRISE PACKET.' ' L\i DOUBLE-HEADED CHARGE. Daniel Mead, a good-humored Irish man, thought lie was getting off light ly for his Saturday's spree with a fine of 20/, or 72 hours. His face was a study when he was asked to plead to a further charge of using indecent lan guage. "I .don't remember anything .about it," he eandidiy admitted. "I pleaded guilty to being drunk, and I thought ! it covered everything. Was it yes- j f terday?" he innocently queried, and as j j Mead had been out on bail sincc Sat urday, the question was very sugges tive. "I don't now whether to say guilty or not guilty," he added, look ing towards Sergeant Bond, as if for inspiration. But the sergeant's face, was impassive, so he floundered a bit, and finally, .admitted, "I was drunk, ami may .have used the language." Constable "Stewart clinched the mat ter by stating that there were several .persons about, including women, at the bank corner in Ellen street, when , the language was used. ^ • The Defendant:...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919

IN MEMORIAM. DOYLE. —In loving memory of our dear little nephew, Tommy, who passed away January 29, 1918.   God needed one more angel child Amidst his shining band, And so He bent with loving smile, And clasped our darling's hand. —Inserted by his loving uncle and aunt, B. and L. Sutton, and little   brother, Georgie. KOCH. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died on January 29, 1916. As it dawns another year. Thoughts of you are ever dear; Sweet is the memory left behind Of a father so loving, gentle and kind. —Inserted by his loving wife and   children, Solomontown.

Publication Title: Recorder
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IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

IN THE PUBLIC EYE. Mr H. Easton, late of Kadinaaud -Adelaide, who has taken over Mr W. E, Hamp's business in Ellen street, ar rived in Port Pirie on Tuesday. Lieut. Arthyr Mars, son of Captain and Mrs. Mars, Port Pirie West, is on his way home. He is on hoard the transport. City of York, which arrived at Port Said on January 25. Mr. E. J. Wills yesterday received a telegram from Pte M. T. Melnerney (No. 933), 43rd Battalion, from Ade laide, intimating that he had arrived safely, was fairly well, and would re turn to Port Pirie to-day.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

WATER SUPPLY. Tlie hopeless inadequacy of the Port Pirn water supply and the pressing need for expedition in the completion of the Baroota system demands at tention. So much headway is being made in the matter that it is almost ! justifihiblc to say confidently that the I children of the present time may live i to sec the town supplied satisfactorily i in this respect. The present condi I lion of affairs in such a vital matter is regarded with grave concern by all citizens with a vestige of civic con sciousness. A protest- is required to make those responsible for the delay realise the evils contingent upon such dilatoriness. Inquiry as; to the causc of delay is greeted with disdain. In formation if denied. At every tried source the inquirer is referred to someone else. Noone seems proud of what is being done-—or, more truly, of what is not being- done. The new scheme is treated like Cinderella. The only suggestion of excuse for the delay is that labor is difficult to obtain and inc...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1919. ANTI-INFLUENZA CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

Published Sally. THURSDAY, JANUARY ISO, 1919. ANT!=INF?,UENZfl CARIP.SIGW. Though late in starting, the local health authorities have now initiated a vigorous anli-inilu'jiuu. campaign. The plans prepared on Tuesday night, when carried fully into e fleet, will do much for the protection of the 13,000 inhabitants of Port Pirie. The Local Board of Health must, not think, how ever, that in deciding that certain tilings shall be done, and in instruct ing its officers to act, it has" fulfilled the requirements ol" tlie situation. The campaign has not been organised. A partial scheme has been agreed upon. Beyond that the board is relying upon the services of its officers, already overloaded meni To decide a thing is easier than to do it. The danger is that, the man-power and tiie material available will not suffice for the ab normal requirements of a complete scheme. The local board itself can not do all that is needed. The holding of occasional meetings is not enough. A bigger organisati...

Publication Title: Recorder
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