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Ships in Port. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
Ships in Port. " The following, vessels were in port last night:-— . . Ihvon. s.s.. loading wheat at Baltic wharf (Geo. -"WillsCo.. agents). Period, s.s..'discharging' coal at Bar rier wliarf (Howard Smith & Co., •agents). . :■>. . Maiihara, s.s.. loading' wheat a! -Queen's wharf (Geo. Wilis & Co., agents). ■ '•.OienldoJiyj. s.s., loadjp'g ore at. the Federal Wharf (Capt. ISIacindoe, agent); : War Music, s.s., at' the Railway wharf, loading: ore (Elder Smith & (jo., agents.). ■ ;" Hexhanf, s.s., at the B.H.A.S. wharf, discharging ' coal - and coke (Howard Smith & Co., agents). ; ' E\pected _ Arrivals. , • , Epsom, uncertain. Kadina, s.s.,. from Newcastle- on Monday next, with a cargo of coal. - Quorna, s.s., from Adelaide; with a general cargo. - Kamura, s.s. from Western Aus tralia (Elder, Smith, & Co., agents-. ,. v :' ' "X". \ Departures.. .• Devon City, s.s. ( Elder, Smith & Co.,) at 5 a.m., for Port Adelaide. Uailwen, s.s. (Gfe...
ANOTHER ELLEN STREET BOLT. TWO HORSED TROLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
rrr-n-rfig: ANOTHER ELLEN STREET BOLT. TWO HORSBDjmOLLY. A trolly and pair of horses belong ing to Symonds Bros, caused consid erable. excitement yesterday by .bolt-, j ing along Ellen street. This busy ; street has?, been the scene of a number of sfehsational bolls, and it is remark - able that, in practically every instance, the runaways hare been stopped before serious damage lias occurred. Yesterday's bolt started from the goods sheds, where:the trolly hacl been left unattended for a few minutes.. Galloping along Ellen .'.street the com motion they caused gave sufficient warning for other; traffic - to get clear. Eventually near the mill the trolly came into violent contact with an elec tric light standard; The trolly was wrecked, but the horses freed by (he harness . breaking, continued - their course .for .some distance. They woi-q. caught at last and found to have Sus tained no serious injuries. >; i ' ' " " " ' ' " ■ I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
R.A.O.B., .G.L.E. WEST SUBURBAN LODGE. MEMBERS of the. R.A.O.B., G.L.E.. in Port Pirie, are invited to MEET at the Residence of Mrs T. Murphy, Lily street;•'Ellendale; at 2 p.m. TO-MOR ROW (Sunday) to FOLLOW the RE MAINS of our - late brother, JOHN Ml.;I\PHY. to thw Port Pirie Cemetery. A H. WILSON, ' Secretary.
POLICE COURT. TWO DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
POLICE COURT. "TWO .• CHUNKS. In the Police Court yesterday morn- - iug, before Mr. Scott, S.M.v Frank Latrobe : and James; Andrew Moyes were each fined £1 or 72 'hours for being drunk. - RIDING ON FOOTPATH. J. O'Leary was fined £1 and costs in ■default seven days- -gaol, for riding a bfoyclci on. the footpath m Nurman street. ; INDECEN r L \XGUAGE. Robert Daley, charged with using indecent language, slated she had no recollection of doing so. He was fined £3 and costs, in defuilt 14 days' im prisonment. . ''
The Recorder Published Daily. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1919. WHO IS THE PROLETARIAT? [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
PubMshed Dfilly. SATURDAY, MARCH i. 19'1!)," WHO E3 THE PROLETARIAT ? "When. ministers ami deputies were falling- from a fusilade of revolver shots, the other uay in Munich the key to the outburst of assassination was disclosed in the remark" of the presi dent of the workers' council; "That is Hie proletariat's revenge." If that, remark meant anything at all it meant that the. shooting- of the representa tives of the peophvwas retaliation; for some injury .which'-..these representa tives had indicted on the proletariat. Exactly what the proletariat is lias never been made clear. The term is frequently used by the rough orator of the open forum. One hears it a doz I en times on Sunday afternoon in the I domains of Brisbane, Sydney, Mel bourne, and Adelaide. It is a favorite phrase of the I.W.W. and the eom | inunist. The avei.&lt;ge man on hearing j il usually links the word up with the: [ people as a . mass. That is not quite correct. The original meaning of the root word, t...
Boots that Walked MALONE GETS A MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
Bods *hat Walked JV5ALCDJE GETS A JV70NTH. On his own statement, .iaines Malone -- has had an expensive and o merry three weeks. He now !•;•*: before him a quiet month fur ri'iji'isi.niro and recup eration., Yeslei"&lt;};i>. bo fore Mr. Scott. S.M., in;.'.the Police '.Court, he was charged with stealing a pair of boots the property of Goode liros. ■George Lancelot Lvall Luscombe, shop assistant, at Goode Bros, .gave, evidence Unit the boots produced were the property of Goode Bros. "I saw the defendant," continued the witness, "in the door way of our shop "about JL.JO. He went along the footpath in the direction ol' the. Exchange Hotel. Mr. Munday told me something, and I reported the matter to Constable .Tudd. Defendant had no authority to remove the boots. The boots are valued at 30s." David Henry Munday, scissor grind er. said: I Avas near Goode Bros at J :i0 on Thursday. 1 saw the accused will king out of Goode's with a pair of boots under his coat. There-- was no p.M...
Summer Football SOCCER" BENEFIT TO-DAY. "ALL FEET AND NO HANDS." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
ummer Football SOCCER" BENEFIT TO-DAY. "ALL FEET AND NO IIAXDS." I A good cause and-a novel sight will i combine to attract the: people-of Port Pirie this "afternoon to tiie Solomon-. - town -Parklands. A - football match, is to be -played -between teams repre senting two of the big ships in port— the War Music and Glcnlochy; The ob ject of the inatch is to raise funds for ttie relief of a-war widow, Mrs. God frey, whose husband gave his- life in the great adventure, and left Mrs. Godfrey to battle along with the chil dren. . Summer foolball is unusual,-even in the unconventional town of Port Pirie. But more unusual still is 'the fact that ••the., match will be played according to Association rules — "Soccer,"' as it is called: Anyone who wains a des cription of "Soccer" can get it in live words—"All feet and no hand's." If those live words do not satisfy him. lie must see the match for him self—and if he .is a sport he will take a silver coin to add to the collection that will be t...
IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
JN THE PUBLIC EYE. The acting-General Manager of the B.II.A.S. Co (Mr; Rigg) left for Ade- : laid*; by motor yesterday evening. If. is understood !hat his trip will extend, over three or four days. . At the meeting of tlie Methodist Con-: ferenee in Adelaide on Thursday night the election of officers for 1920; was conducted. Rev. \V. A- Potts was ap pointed president-elect, and Rev. \V._J, iIortimore, wlio is at present carrying on secretarial duties, was re-elected secretary. .. V ■ Our Adelaide correspondent -tele graphed last night that the Director of Education, Mr. M. M. Maughanv is still indisposed, although there are now more - favorable reports concerning his - health. It is understood .that;; a fur ther extension of leave- will granted; . to him by tlie Cabinet oii Monday. •
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
STARS! STARS! STARS! CASINO TO-Night To*P&lt;ight 3 BIG SPECIALS. 3. CARLYLE BL.ACKWELL and EVELYN GREELEY in the Great World Film ■-■Feature,,:'..' ... • , •.,e ■■■■■■■■ A LEAP TO FAME A STORY OF MYSTERY and TRIUMPH. A PICTURE THAT WILL KEEP . . YOU INTERESTED. 5 SPLENDID ACTS. 5. STAR No. 2: The House of Hate ; EPISODE No. .10. A THRILLING STORY OF ADVENTURE. SPECIAL No. 3. The Oog Catcher A CLINKING. GOOD 2000 FEET KEYSTONE. AND 'A F1HE SUPPORTING PROGRAM. TO-NIGHT. TO-N5GHT. CASINO—-TO-NIGHT Miianciers^^and JBroperty Agents. Rave HOMES FOIkSALITia Good LoasiiUes on S51ALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMSNTS. Dmldisg Alkffflects near fme'ters, asil some to Cflmpanv's n:"' 1 Several townshi ps to Select From. From J£*f Deposit ::: W@ Cari: Sup ply - the Land / ■Baild Yoy. th© House . Aml ke nci Yoy the IVSeney EvC ii3 Ail Bosamests aaSer ilstl Pro] erty Aci prepared &y oar Eipert Con veyancers. . . CD5fSULTATIOH7/KD ADVICE FHS1. ) 7'.--.'«PPl©SrfiLSKMMR «TW8T.^'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
; LATE ^DV EimSEWIENTS. ALL MILK VENDORS aiid DAIRY ME.N are requested to -ATTEND CON FERENCE in Institute Meeting Room THIS i. Saturday) EVENING at 8 o'clock. J. B. MARTIN. Convenor. ORIENT LINE MAIL STEAMSHIPS To LONDON i via Colombo, Suez Canal, Naples, I ' R.M.S. ORONTES - 'will be despatched during-FEBRUARY, carrying 1st Saloon and 3rd Class Passengers. . : - For all informationapply M. C. ANDERSON, „ Agent, 8 King William Street, ( Adelaide, i Or to John Darlingand Son, Local I Agents. —The— ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP Go. will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: (Circumstances Permitting). For Port Pirie via Pt. Lincoln; S.S. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE and Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. COAL MERCHANTS. OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
BIRTH. GOOLEY. —On the 7th February, at Nurse Noble's nursing home, to Mr &nbsp; and Mrs Gooley — a daughter. IN MEMORIAM. CLARK. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, John Charles, who passed away on March &nbsp; 1, 1910 &nbsp; &nbsp; A devoted father, a faithful friend, One of the best that God could send; His name was good, his friendship sound, &nbsp; &nbsp; Loved and respected by all around. &nbsp; —Inserted by his loving wife and &nbsp; children. &nbsp; &nbsp; CLARK. —In loving memory of our dear brother, Jack, who passed away &nbsp; on March 2, 1916. &nbsp; &nbsp; Though death's stern hand divides us,: Our thoughts still turn to thee. &nbsp; And memory fondly lingers On days that used to be. —Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Fan and Fred Scott. FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of Mrs T. Murphy are respectfully informed that the remains &a...
JAMESTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
JAMESTOWN. The residents of Jamestown read with interest, envy, and a good deal of chagrin, the report of the opening of the Black Forest school,, the other day. This fine building, to house 260 pupils (the present attendance) cost &nbsp; £6000, and is fitted up with every convenience for both scholars and teachers. The people here do not be- grudge Black Forest it's school, but the part that hurts is, that for a long time the fact that the local school has been full and running over with scholars has been pointed out to the department again and again, and the invariable reply has been "no funds" available. However, a few weeks' ago an advertisement appeared in the &nbsp; Government "Gazette" calling for tenders for a High School building for Jamestown. The school committee and parents were very gratified, and haste was made to examine the specifications &nbsp; when it was found that the building was to be a wood and iron structure &nbsp; 24ft. square...
REFINERY V FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919
REFINERY V FEDERAL." - I A match was played at (he Globe oval oil Friday, between the Reiihery Amusement Club and Federal Cricket Club: the Amusement Club won by 27 rims on the first innings. Scores Federal. ; . Miller b McLaren . ... *. . .. . . -j MeCabe. &lt;• Lacy, i) McLaren .'. 5 Ware, c 'JQi.il. b Benger . . . . ., 'i .Minogiie, c O'Toole, b McLaren . JO Johnson, b Benger .. .. . . V. 20 Walters, b McLaren . . . . . . . . f> Sunimers, c u'Tooie,' b Benger . T ' G Brady,' b Bongi-r . . . . ..V.. '■ ; I Murdnek. not out . . . 10 Soiiier, e'O'Toole, b Benger ..2 Mitrhcll, •• MrLaifti. b Benger . 0 Sundries .. . . .'. . . . . I ? Bowling : McLaren, => for 3*2: Benger, 5 for 3 J: QTeole. 0 for 3. Amusement Club. - O'Toole/e Summers, b Minogue . .°> 'JacivSoa' c'"jfrCab'cV- b Johnson . 2 rieary. c Souler. b Minogue . . . . 2&lt;> Neiison. *r> Johnson .. .. .. .. 2 v-acfiy. b Johnson .. v. . ... . 0 McLaren, c Souter, b Johnson .. ? L Sumir.c:". c und ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919
HACK—"Wanted to Buy, with or with out Saddle, bridle; must be good .horse. By letter, "Gras'-patch," tills oce. - tc FOR Sale, cheap, 3-roomed House, large block, Pirie West. C. W. Castle, 2nd -street, - Pirie town, smt LOST, between .Slater's and Harnp's: . corner, Terracc, ■ Brooch, No. 12'170. -Reward. Apply Mrs Price. Pirie West. sint ~Wj.VNTED to" Sell. Chicks, month- old, 1/ each. Apply Miss Jones, 7th st., i Smerdonville. - smt i WANTED, Competent Cook-General, [ no washing, good wages. Miss Som erset, Pirie' South. " smt LOST, St. .Peter's College Badge Brooch. Tuesday night; Howard. ■Miss Alclnlyrc, Port Pine Hotel,, sill PO Let. 2 Unfurnished.. Rooms, use kitchen, electric- light, gas j»1,uvl\ .. Apply by letter to '"Respectable," tins oflicc. . ; - . -fsm WANTED, Girl able lo do plain cook ing, or no objection to middle-aged : woman or widow. Apply Schmidt's Commercial Hotel, Gladstone. > wthfsmt' WANTED. Strong Youth fur mill. Tlios Bowdeu and Son, Timber Mer chans. •...
Y.M.C.A. DRAW WITH PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919
Y.M.O.A. DRAW WITH PORTS. Welsby- and Wilson opened' for Ports to the bowling oil Miteheli and SmercUin.' Willi tin; score at 23. Wis dom lifted a ball from Mitchell to the deep field and McDonald .".-held the catch. j1-13-23). A -McDonald joined WeMiy, and after making J 2,' was .smartly stumped by Severn, off Mit chell (*>-12-53)... Dyer was next. But had the misfortune to . lose Welsby, atfer making 3 T uugood style ('3r31 Gj). Angel mode-J3 when he hit a.-baJI from Prater to Gonuelly and. retired ('»rl3-(»l>}.. A. G. Davis was next and with the score at 88, Dyer lifted a Jiali from Prater arid Mitchell accept ed the cliauce.-".(5-28-88).- Furler had only made 8 when he was smartly stumped by Heveru off .the bowling of Kemp. ((>-8-112). When Davis had made. 55 in good style, he had the mis fortune-.to be run out through a good return by Sui'-rdon. (?• i5-i(>8). Willi the score a!, -17G, •Wisdom' "deeiared." Mitchell and Garrett opened for the Y.M.C.A. to A. G. Davis a...
Port Pirie. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919
Port Piric. A. Weisby, c Prater, b Mitchell.. 31 F. Wisdom, c .McDonald, b .Mitchell 1'? A. McDonald, si.'■ Severn', b Mitchell 12 AV. Dyer. e .MitdMl, b Prater .. 28 T. An^ei.-c ■Council,'.!) Prater- . . I'■'&lt; A. G. Davis. run oul . . .... .. -15 H. Kurier, st. Severn, b Kemp . . 8 li. Piniiott, not, out . . '25 A. Davies. not ou^ •• P Sundries .. .... ...... 1 Total (declared) 7 for .... 17G Bowling: E. L. Mitchell, '3 for '52; A Prater, 2-for 12; G. Kemp, 1 for 57. ' , Y.M.C.A. E. L. Mitchell, e Lawrence, b Dyer 55 E. K. Garrett, c Lawrence, b Davis . G 11. 13; Etude. not out. .. . . . . . . 10 G. Kemp, b Pimlott, . . ...... 0 A. 15. Smerdori, not oul ...... 7 Total ( for ;> wickets) .. .. 85 Bawling:. Dyer, 1 for 12; Davis, 1 for. 22; Pimlott. 1 for 22.
A.N.A. CONFERENCE. EASTER MEETING AT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919
A.N.A. CONFERENCE. EASTER MEETING iAT PIRIE. Ncxl lrionlh I'urt Pii'ic will have the hcuor oi" working visit from about lifty reprcsentatiycs of the (Australian jNalives' Association. The annual State Conference of the A.N.A.- is to be held in Pirie Town Hall on April 19 and 21. In addition to matters relating to the internal affairs of the association as a friendly society the conference will have before it many matters of public interest. ;\ ; : The visiting' . delegates, who will conic from all parts of the State, will be entertained by the- Pirie branch at a social on the evening' of April 19. The Port Pirie branch delegates to the conference are Messrs S. J. Davis, W; >1. Forsyth and J. S. Hocking.